Emily (Stuart) Mohrig

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Emily Stuart 13 September 1861 – 11 April 1945

Wife of Edwin Mohrig, mother of Edwin Charles Mohrig and Arthur Everett Mohrig


Mrs. E. Mohrig is the first California lady to join the L. A. W.

The Bicycle. - The San Francisco Examiner, 25 Oct 1886

E. Mohrig, accompanied by his wife, intended to leave here Saturday on his tandem for San Jose. They were to visit the various points of interest in the city of long-legged riders and were to return on Tuesday, but the rain interfered and they did not go.

The Bicycle Sports. - The San Francisco Examiner, 22 Nov 1886

Mrs. Edwin Mohrig has the honor of being the first lady bicyclist on the coast. With very little practice she has mastered the mount and dismount, and is now able to handle the machine very gracefully and quite skillfully. It is to be hoped that other ladies will follow her example and discard the heavy tricycle for the lighter and much more comfortable machine.

To the Summit of Mount Diablo by Wheel. - Wheel. - San Francisco Chronicle, 08 Apr 1889

Chief Consul Edwin Mohrig and wife, C. C. Moore and wife and S. H. Knapp Jr. will leave for Los Angeles to-day to attend the league meet to be held there on the 30th.

The Wheelmen. - San Francisco Chronicle, 27 May 1889

Chief Consul Mohrig and wife of San Francisco, Charles C. Moore and wife of Stockton and S. H. Knapp of San Francisco were out riding last evening over the asphalt streets. Mrs. Mohrig rides a ladies' bicycle, and manages it with rare grace, aud she presents a very pretty sight mounted on her two-wheeler. Last evening the entire party was the cynosure of all eyes. Mr. and Mrs. Moore rode a tandem, while the other gentlemen rode safeties. Mrs. Mohrig is the first lady to ride the ladies' cycle in Los Angeles.

30 May 1889, Thu The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California) Newspapers.com

Edwin Mohrig and his two little sons, George Morrill, Mrs. Mohrig and two other ladies started yesterday awheel for San Luis Obispo. They stopped at San Carlos to witness Wells' speed trial and then continued on to San Jose. They will be gone several weeks.

NEW FIVE-MILE RECORD. - Charles S. Wells' Fast Ride Over the San Mateo Course - The San Francisco Call, 10 Jun 1895

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