Winslow, Mary N. (Mary Nelson)

American social worker

Mary Nelson Winslow (1887–1952) was a Washington, D.C. social worker who worked in the US Department of Labor's Women's Bureau from 1920 into the late 1930s, conducting many research projects on the status of working women. She was an officer of the National Women's Trade Union League. When the Inter-American Commission of Women was made a permanent subsidiary commission of the Pan-American Union Winslow was made the official US delegate to the commission and served from 1938-1944. (Source: Wikipedia)

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