Obit: Campbell, Mabel (1885? – 1961)


Surnames: Buland, Campbell, Lewis, Bryan

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 16 Feb 1961

Campbell, Mabel (1885? – 12 JAN 1961)

Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel (Buland) Campbell, 75, of Kalama, Washington, were held at 2 p.m. Monday,
January 16 in Kalama Community Hall. Interment was in Kalama IOOF Cemetery.

Mrs. Campbell died Thursday, January 12, 1961, in Longview. She was a cum laude graduate of the University of Washington, where she also received her Master's Degree. She attended Columbia University, received her Ph. D. at Yale, and was professor of English at the College of Puget Sound and Whitman College.

Active in civic affairs, she held numerous position during her career, including president, Columbia District Federation of Women's Clubs; vice chairman, Republican Central Committee; president, Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs; director general, Federation of Women's Clubs; member, Kalama School Board, and others.

Survivors include a son, George Campbell, Portland, Ore.; a daughter, Mrs. Sydney Lewis Jr., Corvallis; sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan, Portland, Ore.; brother, George L. Buland, Palo Alto, California, and four grandchildren. (Portland Oregonian)

(Editor's Note: Our thanks to Smith H. Miller for the above news. He had this to say: "Here is a clip re: Mabel Buland which will explain all, except that she was born in Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) about 1885 and her father was then family Dr. of all of us. Dr. G.L. Buland, who moved from Greenwood to Castle Rock, Washington, near where Mabel lived in Kalama, Wash.).



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