Anne Blaine Harrison

McCarthy, Abigail
June 1977
New Republic;6/18/77, Vol. 176 Issue 25, p9
Profiles U.S. philanthropist, civic worker and humanitarian Anne Blaine Harrison. Background; Beliefs and contributions to the people of Washington; Perceptions on her love for the city of Washington; Information on death of Harrison; Report on her belief that children of Washington were full of promise; Efforts of Harrison for social system of Washington; Attempt made by Harrison to raise funds for public education; Comments on public and private life of Harrison.


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