Thursday, May 5, 2011
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
P.K. Wrigley famously came up with the All-American Girls League during World War II, but at that time the Cubs already had had a woman working in their front office for more than twenty years. She was the Vice President of the team.
Her name was Margaret Donahue, and among her many accomplishments with the Cubs was coming up with the concept of Ladies Day.
Read all about her here, in her hometown newspaper the Huntley Patch.
(Photo: Margaret and Chicago Mayor Kennelly. Photo by Gloria Casas)