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January 28

Emily Taft Douglas

1944 – Emily Taft Douglas, U.S. Congress Representative from Illinois and Moderator of the American Unitarian Association, died at the age of 104. She wrote several books, including a biography of Margaret Sanger. Her father was the sculptor, Loredo Taft. Read more about Emily Taft Douglas.

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