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date: 20 August 2019

Weed, Ethel Berenicelocked

(11 May 1906–06 June 1975)
  • Leo J. Daugherty

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Weed, Ethel Berenice (11 May 1906–06 June 1975), U.S. Army officer and women's rights advocate, U.S. Army officer and women’s rights advocate, was born in Syracuse, New York, the daughter of Grover Cleveland Weed, an engineer, and Berenice Benjamin. After she completed grammar school in Syracuse, the family moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where she attended Lakewood High School. Entering Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve) in 1925, Weed graduated with a bachelor of arts in English in 1929. She then became a feature writer for the ...

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