|Best known for||State Representative|
| Born||1912, Napavine, Lewis County, Washington, USA|
| Education||Renton High School|
- Vice Chair. Democrat. Washington State Democratic Central Committee.
- Officer. Democrat. Thirty-fourth District Precinct Committee Officer.
- State Representative. Democrat. 31st District. 1941 - 1945. 2 year(s). In 1941 on the committees of Agriculture; Constitutional Revision; Elections and Privilages; Engrossment; Flood Control; Unemployment Relief and Public Welfare. On the committees of Agriculture; Constitutional Revision; Roads and Bridges; State Library; Unemployment Relief and Public Welfare in 1943.
|Affiliations:||Thirty-Fourth District Democrats, |
Washington Commonwealth Federation,
Washington State Grange,
|Notes:||Interested in pensions, workers' protection, public power, widows' rights, good roads, equalizing school opportunities, consolidation of school districts, rural libraries, and graduated net income tax.|
Hinsch, Kathryn, “An Interview with Emma Taylor Harman,” 1981