”Women in United States Government Departments.
Mrs. Angeline D. Ware held a very responsible position also in the Patent office for more than a quarter of a century. Mrs. Ware is a woman of great refinement and gentle birth. In her young womanhood she moved in the first circles of Ohio society. Her brother was Governor Dennison, the ‘war’ governor of Ohio, and a member of Lincoln’s Cabinet. Her husband was one of the first lawyers of Ohio, and after his death it became necessary that Mrs. Ware should support herself, which she has done with cheerfulness and credit to herself and satisfaction to the government for many years.”
The Part Taken by Women in American History, by Mrs. John A. Logan, 1912, page 890