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Mary Morton Kehew - Social Activist for Women Workers' Rights

Women and the City
Women and the City Gender, Space, and Power in Boston, 1870-1940 By Deutsch, Sarah (Book - 2000 ) HQ1439.B7 D48 2000 and more… Available in some locations
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Mary Morton Kehew was a social activist, particularly know for her work with women in industry. She served as president of both the Women's Educational and Industrial Union and the National Women's Trade Union League.


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