Grace Abbott, 60, social worker, director of the Federal Children's Bureau from 1921 until 1934, 19 June 1939.
Jane Addams, 74, social reformer, settlement founder, peace worker; founded the Hull House settlement in Chicago in 1889, which housed clubs, classes, a day nursery, a dispensary, and served as a cooperative boardinghouse for working girls, 21 May 1935.
Alexander Berkman, 65, anarchist and associate of Emma Goldman, shot Carnegie Steel head Henry Frick during the Homestead strike of 1892; was deported from the United States in 1919, 28 June 1936.
Marion Butler, 75 educator and lawyer; led fight for state university at Greensboro, North Carolina; led fight for appropriation to save state university at Chapel Hill; led fight to improve public schools, favored cooperative marketing of cotton and tobacco, 3 June 1938.
Louise Bryant, 40?, wife of radical leader John Reed,...
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