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Helen Rand Thayer

Helen Rand Thayer, American organization founder, advocate. member State Common for Belgian Relief, etc. Active in suffrage work.

Background

  • Thayer, Helen Rand was born on October 3, 1863 in Morisania, New York, United States. Daughter of Albert Tyler and Sophia Anna (Chadwick) Rand.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Smith College, 1884. Newnham College, Cambridge, England, 1886-1887.

    Career

    • One of the founders, 1889, of the College Settlement, Rivington St., New York City. President College Settlements Association, 1907-1913. Vice president Smith College Alumnae Association, 1913-1915.

      Trustee Smith College, 1901-1907, 1921-1922. Chairman Smith College Relief Unit, 1917-1918. Secretary Northern N.E. School of Religious Education, since 1919.

      Director Woman’s Board of Missions. Director N.H. Children’s Aid Society. Member State Common for Belgian Relief, etc.

      Active in suffrage work. Home: 664 State St., Portsmouth, N.H.

    Membership

    Member State Common for Belgian Relief, etc. Active in suffrage work.

    Connections

    • Married Review.
    • father: Albert Tyler Rand
    • mother: Sophia Anna (Chadwick) Rand
    • spouse: Review
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    Born October 3, 1863
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