Caroline Haslett

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Caroline Haslett

Black and white portrait photograph of Haslett taken about 1924. She is looking into the camera, wearing a dress and resting her chin on her hand.
Caroline Haslett c.1924, when she became director of the Electrical Association for Women
Caroline Harriet Haslett

(1895-08-17)17 August 1895
Worth, Sussex, England
Died4 January 1957(1957-01-04) (aged 61)
Bungay, Suffolk , England
OccupationElectrical engineer; business woman; educator
Known forFeminism; electrifying the home to liberate women from domestic drudgery. She was the leading professional woman of her age.
TitleDame Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Caroline Haslett was born on 17 August 1895. Caroline was an engineer.

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Her parents were Mr and Mrs Robert. She grew up wanting to be an inspiring woman to other people. There is a school named after her in Milton Keynes. She loved fixing stuff when she was young.

Caroline Haslett died on January 4th 1957.

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