Eleanor Plunkette Brown, US health campaigner

Eleanor Plunkette Brown, US health campaigner

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Caption: Eleanor Plunkette Brown, US health campaigner (born 1877). During the 1930s, when this photograph was taken, Eleanor Plunkette Brown was National Secretary of the Society for the Prevention of Blindness. She married, and by 1944 Eleanor Brown Merrill was the Society's Executive Director and had been elected the first woman president of the National Health Council.

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