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Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
December 16th, 1843 AD (search for this): entry lowell-josephine-shaw
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Charles Russell Lowell (search for this): entry lowell-josephine-shaw
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
Josephine Shaw Lowell (search for this): entry lowell-josephine-shaw
Lowell, Josephine Shaw 1843- Philanthropist; born in West Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1843; was educated in Europe, Boston, and New York; and travelled abroad from 1851 to 1855. She married Charles Russell Lowell in 1863, and has devoted her life to charity. She was one of the commissioners of the New York State board of charities in 1877-89; and was a leader of the Women's Municipal Purity Auxiliary in 1894. She is author of Public relief and private charity; and Industrial arbitration and conciliation.
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