Answer Key

1. Nellie May Quander (educator, activist, Alpha Kappa Alpha president)
2. Alice Pike Barney (painter and sculptor)
3. Eleanor Roosevelt and the first women’s White House press corps
4. Frances Benjamin Johnston (photographer)
5. Vanilla Beane (hatmaker) and Mayor Bowser
6. Helen Hayes (actress)
7. Elizabeth Keckley (dressmaker, activist)
8. Evalyn Walsh McLean (Hope Diamond owner)
9. Dorothy Height (Civil Rights icon)
10. Therrell Smith (ballet dancer and teacher)

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