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Irene Osgood Andrews

Irene Osgood Andrews, American social worker. Member of Executive Committee New York League of Women Voters; member American Political Science Association, Alpha Phi.; Member the Young Women's Christian Association National Industrial Commission to Europe, 1919.

Background

  • Andrews, Irene Osgood was born on January 18, 1877 in Big Rapids, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Lucius L. and Mary (Markley) Osgood.

  • Education

    • New York School Philanthropy, 1903. Bachelor of Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1905. University of Wisconsin fellow at University Settlement, Milwaukee.

    Career

    • 1 son, John Osgood. Agent Associate Charities, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Special agent for relief work, American Red Cross, San Francisco, 1906. Factory inspector Wisconsin, 1906.

      Head resident, Northwestern University Settlement, Chicago, 1907. Associate secretary American Association for Labor Legislation since 1908.

    Works

    • Author of numerous articles and treatises, including: Minimum Wage Legislation. Working Women in Tanneries. Irregular Employment and the Living Wage for Women.

      The Economic Effects of the War Upon Women and Children in Great Britain.

    Membership

    Member of Executive Committee New York League of Women Voters. Member American Political Science Association, Alpha Phi. Member the Young Women's Christian Association National Industrial Commission to Europe, 1919.

    Connections

    • Married in New York City, John Bertram Andrews, August 8, 1910.
    • father: Lucius L. Osgood
    • mother: Mary (Markley) Osgood
    • spouse: in New York City
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    Born January 18, 1877
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