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date: 15 May 2021

Hall, Helenlocked

(1892–1982)
  • Edith OlmstedEdith OlmstedIndependent Scholar, Brooklyn, NY

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Helen Hall (1892–1982) was a Henry Street Settlement house leader, social reformer, and consumer advocate. She served with the American Red Cross in France during and after World War I and in the Far East during World War II.

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