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Clara Barton was an educator, nurse and founder of the American Red Cross. In Barton's early life, she opened a school in Bordentown, New Jersey. Impressed by the rapidly growing enrollment, local authorities provided $4,000 to build a new and larger school. When the schoolhouse opened, however, Clara was replaced by a man, who was paid double her salary. Undeterred by this setback, Barton moved to Washington, D.C., to work in a patent office, and became the first woman to work in that government position, at a salary equal to a man.


SPECS: Tri-blend (50% Cotton, 25% Polyester, 25% Rayon) The sizes run more as juniors than women's, so you may want to order a size larger if you prefer a bit looser fit.

First model is 5'3 and wearing a small. Second model is 5'6 and wearing a medium.

Women's - "Clara Barton"

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