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date: 28 October 2020

Rodriguez Pastor, Soledadlocked

(1897–1958)
  • John F. LongresJohn F. LongresSchool of Social Work, University of Washington, Emeritus

Summary

Soledad Rodriguez Pastor (1897–1958) was a pioneer in services for deaf and blind people and a leader in the development of professional social work in Puerto Rico. She became director of the Institute for Blind Children in 1936.

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  • Social Work

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