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Baright-Clarice - still image

Baright-Clarice - still image

In a career spanning the first half of the twentieth century, Clarice Baright, the "Lady Angel of the Tenement District," fought for the rights of New York City's children and poor while earning the distinctions of serving as the second female magistrate in the city's history and of being among the first few women admitted to the American Bar Association.

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