Mary Ball Chapter
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Tacoma, WA
This little band of patriotic women, in the far northwest corner of these United States, remembered that the mother of Washington had once borne another name in the days of her girlhood. So this first chapter of DAR in the State of Washington had the honored privilege of taking that name, MARY BALL, and the Chapter, like the mother of Washington of sterling worth, has ever been foremost in the good works of patriotism and charity; a worthy model and guide for the chapters following.
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