Source: Prensa, April 30, 1929, p.6
“DENNETT, Mary Ware (Mrs. Hartley Dennett), 505 Fifth Av., N.Y. City.
Sec. Nat. Suffrage Ass’n; b. Worcester, Mass.; dau. George Whitfield and Livonia (Ames) Ware; ed. Boston public schools, Miss Capen’s School for girls, Northampton, Mass.; Boston Art Museum, School of Art; m. Jan. 20, 1900 Hartley Dennett, architect; children: Carleton, Devon. Head of School of Design and Decoration at Drexel Inst., Philadelphia; director of the Handi-craft shop, Boston, Mass.; director of Boston Arts and Crafts Soc.; professional house decorator and furnisher. Mem. several single tax Ass’ns. Favors woman suffrage. Former field sec. of Mass. Woman Suffrage Ass’n; now sec. Nat. Am. Woman Suffrage Ass’n; vice-president of Nat. Postal Progress League. Mem. Twentieth Century Club (Boston). Manhattan Single Club and Woman’s Henry George League (N.Y. City), Boston Equal Suffrage Ass’n for Good Government, Intercollegiate Socialist Soc. (N.Y. City).”
Source: Woman’s Who’s Who of America, Vol. 1, by John William Leonard, The American Commonwealth Co., New York, 1914, pages 240-1