|Violet Moulin: The Sewing Circle
|Violet Poelman Moulin and the sewing circle
|A very pretty Violet Poelman at about the age of 15, Elysian Fields Avenue, 1915
|~~With many thanks to Bob Moulin for sharing these wonderful family photos and clippings.~~
|Newspaper story reads, in part:
Girl Proves Congeniality Is Big Factor
In Building UP Business
Miss Violet Poelman, who as manager of the Western
Union branch office in the Hibernia Bank Building, is
building up a business record to be envied by many men.
The young manageress does not wait for business to
come to her, but goes out and brings
|Mrs. John Charles Moulin, formerly Miss Violet Anna Poelman,
whose marriage was celebrated at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Poelman, Carrollton Avenue and D'Hemecourt.
Miss Peggy Golerni was maid of honor and Thomas Moulin was
|The Moulin house on Milan Street
|Violet Poelman Moulin - a self portrait
|Gov. Earl K. Long stands in front of the portrait of
his wife, Blanche, which Violet Moulin painted.
|Mrs. Moulin met many interesting and
famous people over the course of
her life, including Dr. Jonas Salk. The
description under the signature
reads: "Autograph of Dr. Jonas Salk,
discoverer of Salk Polio Vaccine,
October 1, 1972."