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Memorable Manitobans: Louise Olive Cole (?-1965)

Dental surgeon.

Born at Cobourg, Ontario, daughter of N. N. Cole and Adelaide Clemens. Dr. Cole was educated at the Winnipeg Public Schools, Collegiate Institute, University of Manitoba, Manitoba Dental College, and Northwestern University (Chicago) then did postgraduate work at the Dewey School of Orthodontia in New York City. She returned to Winnipeg where she worked as a dental surgeon. She was a member of the Winnipeg Dental Society, Women’s Canadian Club, University Women’s Club (President in 1934-1936), Omicron Kappa Epsilon of Northwestern University, Delta Sigma Phi Sorority, and American Orthodontia Society. Her recreations included motoring and golf. Methodist. Residence: The Roslyn, Winnipeg.

More information:

Manitoba Legislative Library, Biographical Scrapbook B14, page 68, Obituary - L. O. Cole.


Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

Page revised: 10 August 2009

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