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This biography of Elizabeth Parkinson Simpson was written because of her accomplishments in a generation that coincides with the development of the University of New Mexico. She was Chairperson of the Home Economics Department at the University of New Mexico from 1918 until 1952 when she retired.
Her imprint on the young women who were trained in her Home Economics Department will never be forgotten, nor will her contributions to the growth of the state of New Mexico. Teachers trained in her field returned to their homes throughout the state to pass on that training to others.
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Hinton, Betty Huning. "Elizabeth P. Simpson: Menu for Success." (1989). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/archives_documents/4