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social worker , state labor official.

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.

Membership

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

Connections

father:
Joseph Henry Carr

mother:
Edith (Carver) Carr