Famous People Who Died on May 14
Civil Servant, Government Official / 1882 - 1965
Frances Perkins was the first female to serve in the U.S. presidential cabinet. As secretary of labor, she helped with the New Deal and Social Security.
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profile name: Frank Sinatra profile occupation: Film Actor, Singer
profile id: 9332633
profile name: Rita Hayworth profile occupation: Film Actress, Dancer, Pin-up
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profile name: Frances Perkins profile occupation: Civil Servant, Government Official
profile id: 9354625
profile name: Jiang Qing profile occupation: Government Official
profile id: 39430
profile name: Mary Seacole profile occupation: Nurse
profile id: 9314556
profile name: Emma Goldman profile occupation: Activist, Writer
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