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Photos, Prints, Drawings Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania. She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for two years. She has done factory inspection and trade union organization for women in the Consumers' League and Women's Trade Union League. Spent last three years, when able to work, campaigning for women suffrage. Took part in anti-Democratic campaign of California with Lucy Burns. Spokeswoman in working women's deputation to President Wilson, February, 1914.

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