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Alice Louise Higgins

social worker

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.

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