ROCKFELLOW, Annie Graham: architect; b. Mt. Morris, N.Y., Mar. 12, 1866; dau. Samuel L. and Julia Lucinda (Conkey) Rockfellow; Education: Diploma, Mass. Inst. Of Tech., 1897, Architectural Designer, with firm, H. O. Janstad. Previously: Mem. Of faculty, Univ. of Ariz., 1895-97; practiced architecture, Western N.Y. Republican. Member League of Am. Pen Women (pres., Tucson br., 1933-35); Ariz. Archaeological and Hist. Soc. (vice pres., 1934-35); Tucson Natural History Soc. (civic relations com., 1934-35); Tucson Fine Arts Assn.; Ariz. Hist. and Pioneer Sec.; D.A.R.; Mass. Inst. of Tech. Women’s Assn.; Y.W.C.A. (Tucson dir.), Clubs; B. and P.W. (vice pres. Tucson, 1920-21); Mt. Menis Meuday (sec., 1898-1906). Author; articles on architecture for leading Am. Periodicals. Traveled extensively. Address Tucson, Ariz.