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Name:    Clapp, Anna
Category:  Human and Social Services
Description:    Anna Clapp was the president of the Ladies´ Union Aid Society (LUAS), which provided supplies and care for wounded soldiers, prisoners, and refugees in St. Louis during the Civil War. She was also a founder of the Women´s Suffrage Association of Missouri. Ms. Clapp had been the treasurer of the Industrial School Association in New York City before moving to St. Louis with her husband in 1860.

In Her Place: A Guide to St. Louis Women's History



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