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Butcher

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Musician (31)

Mystic

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Oboist

Occupational therapist

On October 27, 1898, Martha Hale married William Wright Harts. Together they had six children named George, Roy, Mary, Clement, William, and Cynthia.

Ophthalmologist

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Pacifist

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Pastor

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Penologist

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Probably the Editor of the Kansas City Star

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Russian Ambassador to the United States until the Russian Revolution.

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Songwriter

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Suffragette

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Supreme Court Associate Judge (1939-1962)

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Tutor

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Union officer (4)

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Volunteer (3)

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War Correspondent (8)

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Women's Rights Activist (122)

Writer (33)

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Youth worker

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Zoologist (5)