Black and white photograph of Ethel Johnson, someone who gained recognition as an author of monographs, essays, dramas, political works and articles in addition to her well known work as a poet. She held many government positions and served on boards, committees, and commissions dealing with minimum wage, women and children in industry, industrial health and safety codes, and unemployment. She also served as assistant to the American ambassador in London at the Court of St. James. No date is indicated on the photograph; probably taken in the late 1960s or early 1970s.
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MS 772 sc, Ethel McLean Johnson papers
Maine authors, political figures, women