Woman's Who's Who of America, 1914-15/BURROWS, Frances Peck
BURROWS, Frances Peck (Mrs. Julius C. Burrows), The Elms 315 Woodword Kalamazoo, Mich, and 1406 Massachusetts Av., Washington D.C.
Daughter of Horace M. and Emilia (Barnes) Peck; grad. Forest Hill Sem; Rockford Coll.,1864 one of the three distinguished essayists who read essays on graduation day (mem. Rockford Coll. Ass'n); m. Richland, Mich., 1864, Julius C. Burrows (U.S. Senator, 1895-1911). Mem. Congregational Church. First State regent D.A.R.; vice-pres. gen. of Nat. Soc. D.A.R; nat. pres. of Children's Soc. D.A.R.; mem. Colonial Dames Howells of America. Interested in church work and philanthropy. Favors woman suffrage (with educational and property qualification). Mem. Colonial Dames Club (Washington); Book Review Club (Kalamazoo). During husband's service as Congressman and Senator has spent 33 winters in Washington.