Mabel Gardiner Bell (née Hubbard; 25 November 1857 – 3 January 1923), was the daughter of lawyer Gardiner Greene Hubbard, who was the first president of the Bell Telephone Company, and the wife of Alexander Graham Bell, an eminent scientist and the inventor of the first practical telephone.
- Mrs. Bell, Widow Of The Inventor Of The Telephone, Is Dead: Deaf From Girlhood, Her Infliction Inspired Husband's Great Triumph, Ludington Daily News, January 6, 1923. Originally publish in New York Times, January 4, 1923
- Mrs. A.G. Bell Dies. Inspired Telephone. Deaf Girl's Romance With Distinguished Inventor Was Due to Her Affliction, New York Times, January 4, 1923.