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Alice Louise Higgins

Alice Louise Higgins, American social worker. member Executive Committee Massachusetts Child Labor Committee; member Massachusetts Civic League, Massachusetts Commission to Investigate Employment Agencies, 1910-1911.

Background

  • Higgins, Alice Louise was born on March 28, 1870 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Albert H. and Addie A. (Everson) Higgins.

  • Education

    • Educated private schools, Boston. Special training in Associate Charities, Boston, 1898-1900. New York School of Philanthropy, summer of 1902.

    Career

    • District secretary, 1900-1902, general secretary, 1902-1913, Associated Charities, Boston. Member Executive Committee Massachusetts Child Labor Committee. Member Massachusetts Civic League, Massachusetts Commission to Investigate Employment Agencies, 1910-1911.

      Chairman American Association for Organizing Charity, since 1914. Director civilian relief for N.E. of America Red Cross, 1917-1919.

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Member Executive Committee Massachusetts Child Labor Committee. Member Massachusetts Civic League, Massachusetts Commission to Investigate Employment Agencies, 1910-1911.

    Connections

    • Married William H. Lothrop, May 1913.
    • father: Albert H. Higgins
    • mother: Addie A. (Everson) Higgins
    • spouse: William H. Lothrop
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    Born March 28, 1870
    Died September 2, 1920
    (aged 50)
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