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Mary Ware Dennett

3/4 shot of women's rights activist, Mary Ware Dennett, ca.1892–1896. Courtesy of Schlesinger Library

Education of Mary Dennett

1 Educational Institution(s) are currently recorded in Wikidata about Mary Dennett

Memberships of Mary Dennett

1 Organizations that Mary Dennett is a Member of Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

Mary Dennett

National American Woman Suffrage Association


Timeline of Mary Dennett

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People Relevant to Mary Dennett

2 People are currently recorded in Wikidata connected to Mary Dennett

Lucia True Ames Mead image of Lucia True Ames Mead
relative: Mary Dennett
  • American publicist, peace activist, feminist, writer
  • type of kinship (for Lucia True Ames Mead): niece
Charles Carleton Coffin image of Charles Carleton Coffin
relative: Mary Dennett
  • American journalist, war correspondent, author and politician

Map of Mary Dennett and Influence

6 Locations are currently recorded in Wikidata about Mary Dennett

School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Schlesinger Library
New York City

Library of Mary Dennett

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