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Charlotte Elizabeth Carr

Charlotte Elizabeth Carr, American social worker, state labor official. Member National Women’s Trade Union League, League of Women Voters.

Background

  • Carr, Charlotte Elizabeth was born on May 3, 1890 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Joseph Henry and Edith (Carver) Carr.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Vassar College, 1915. Master of Arts, MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1938. Doctor of Humane Letters, University Pennsylvania, 1939.

      Unmarried. Personnel manager, 1921-1923. Assistant director bureau of Women and Industry, New York Department of Labor, 1923-1925. Director Bureau Women and Children, Pennsylvania Department of Labor, 1925-1929, secretary labor and industry, 1930-1934.

      Executive director Emergency Relief Bureau, New York City, 1935-1937. Director of Hull House, Chicago, 1937-1943. Assistant to vice chairman War Manpower Commission, 1943-1945.

      Director Citizens Committee on Children, New York City, 1945-1953, retired.

    Career

    • Assistant dir; director Bureau Women and Children, Pennsylvania Department of Labor, 1925-1929, secretary labor and industry, 1930-1934. Director Emergency Relief Bureau, New York City, 1935-1937. Director of Hull House, Chgo.

      Assistant to vice chairman War Manpower Commn. Director Citizens Committee on Children, New York City, 1945-1953, ret.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member National Women’s Trade Union League, League of Women Voters.

    Connections

    • father: Joseph Henry Carr
    • mother: Edith (Carver) Carr
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    Born March 3, 1890
    Died August 8, 1957
    (aged 67)
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