|Katherine Storey, 1886|
1879 - 1920; married, 1904, Malcolm Donald; parents: Moorfield Storey and Anna Gertrude Cutts; lived at 44 Edge Hill Road, in a house that still stands.
The family house at 44 Edgehill Road was designed by Robert Peabody, a well-known architect who had been her fatherís college roommate and lived next door. Moorfield Storey was a president of the American Bar Association and the president for most of its existence of the Anti-Imperialist League, an organization founded to oppose the annexation of the Philippines as a colony and to support free trade and the gold standard. Its members included Jane Addams, Andrew Carnegie, Grover Cleveland, Mark Twain, Samuel Gompers, and John Dewey, among many notables. Later, Storey became the first president of the NAACP, a role he served in from 1910 until his death in 1929. Katherineís husband graduated from Harvard Law School in 1902 and practiced in Boston, they lived in Milton with their two children.