Kim & Sue’s Genealogy Pages

Putting our tree in a book, so all will know where they came from.

Root Cause

Mom and Daughter detectives; let no limb of our tree go undiscovered!  We are a newer, hipper generation of the

“Daughters of the American Revolution”.  We are establishing our past, for future generations.  Have any questions or can share a information?  Click on our names to e-mail us!


Kim McCarthy        or        Sue Collier



Daughters of Revolution, 1932-Grant Wood

Grant Wood’s Daughters of Revolution painting, of the dour faced three women, is a self-stated satire in which Wood pokes fun at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).  It was interpreted as a plea for democracy, and a stab at smugness.

The national DAR prided itself on having had the ultra-patriotic painting restored and installed it in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Copyright Estate of Grant Wood

“Daughters of Revolution”

By: Grant Wood