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Photograph dated 1910-1920
(LoC Prints and Photographs Division,
LC-USZ62-48852)

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1890–1964)

Author of The Rebel Girl: An Autobiography

Includes the names: Elizabeth G. Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn

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Elizabeth Gurley Flynn was a leading American union organizer, women's rights activist, and Communist. She called herself "The Rebel Girl" in her 1955 autobiography; she inspired famed songwriter Joe Hill to write a song about her by that name. She also wrote another two dozen books, many of them aimed at women.
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