1875 – Born on the 7th of March in Jersey City, New Jersey.
1896 – She graduated from Packard Business College, New York City.
1909 – She married Robert Francis Norton.
1916 – She was the president of the Queen’s Daughters’ Day Nursery Association of Jersey City.
1920 – She was appointed to represent Hudson County, New Jersey
1921 – She was elected as a member of the committee and served as vice chairperson.
1938 – She helped pass the Fair Labor Standards Act.
1945 – She was a delegate to the International Labor Conference at Paris, France.
1951 – She represented New Jersey’s 12th District, then composed of Jersey City and Bayonne.
1959 – She died on the 2nd of August in Greenwich, Connecticut.