Miller, Frieda S. (Frieda Segelke), 1889-1973

Labor activist and government administrator

Frieda S. Miller was an American labor activist, government administrator and women's rights activist. She served as the Industrial Commissioner of New York from 1938 to 1942 and the director of the United States Women's Bureau from 1944 to 1953. From 1936 through the 1950s, she worked with the International Labour Organization advising on women's employment issues. In the 1960s, she served in various capacities as a delegate to the United Nations focused on issues for women and children. (Source: Wikipedia)

April 16, 1890
July 21, 1973
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