Edna Covert Plummer (1907-1972) was the organizer of the Farmers and Merchants National Bank (Eureka, Nevada), the co-founder
of the Legal Aid Foundation, and the nation's first woman district attorney. The collection consists of correspondence, scrapbooks,
yearbooks, memorandum book, articles, and a narrative relating to Edna Covert Plummer.
Plummer was born in 1907; she was the organizer of the Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Eureka, Nevada; cofounder of
the Legal Aid Foundation; first woman trustee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association; an active member of many public service
organizations; and the nation's first woman district attorney; she died in 1972.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
3 oversize boxes
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