Green Arrow's female facsimiles were remarkably similar, both in the golden and silver ages. As such, we're taking them all together to consider in today's post ramblings.
Diana Dare was the daughter of a billionaire and Green Arrow's biggest fan on Earth-One. She even trained in archery, to such an extent it was said "if she were a man, she would be the Green Arrow". So, during an occasion while sleep walking, she actually conceived of and acted upon her new identity as Queen Arrow. Despite saving her idol and his partner Speedy, she was subsequently awaken to the reality that because there can only be one...well two...Battling Bowman.
And she wasn't the first, for during a Hollywood production, an expert female archer was recruited to play the principal protagonist in the film... since Earth-Two's Green Arrow was busy with Speedy fighting crime. Enter Romona Reed, the Girl Archer, whom a civilian Oliver Queen quizzed on the best type of wood for an arrow. Her transparent answer, coupled with no callouses on her fingers, cause the hero suspicions despite her trick shooting.
When Ramona is forced into aiding criminals in a robbery using her skills, of else they reveal that the actress' father is in prison himself, she is thwarted by another archer. The Battling Bowmen maneuver the situation, after dispatching of the criminal gang, to determine that she is being aided by her identical twin Linda, a champion archer in Minnesota. They both retire.
And yet, a fourth girl archer appeared and made a lasting impact. Bonnie King was trained in expert archery and an Olympian medalist who used various gimmick arrows of her own such as the powder puff arrow as Miss Arrowette. She would fumble in her first few outings but reappeared twice more in her heroine alias, once even going out on a date with Green Arrow's alter ego while accompanied by other girlfriends (and Steve Trevor) of the Justice League!