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date: 12 November 2019

Kehew, Mary Morton Kimballlocked

(08 September 1859–13 February 1918)
  • Kathryn Kish Sklar


Kehew, Mary Morton Kimball (08 September 1859–13 February 1918), social reformer, was born Mary Morton Kimball, in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Moses Day Kimball, a banker, and Susan Tillinghast. She received private schooling and studied in Europe for two years before marrying William Brown Kehew, an oil merchant, in 1880; they had no children. He supported her lifelong reform activism, although he did not himself participate in social reform....

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