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  1. Flora Dodge La Follette (September 10, 1882 – February 17, 1970), known as Fola La Follette, was an American actress and teacher turned women's suffrage and labor activist and editor/author from Madison, Wisconsin.

  2. 18 de feb. de 1970 · Fola La Follette, a suffrage leader, actress and daughter of the late Senator Robert M. La Follette of Wisconsin, died of pneumonia yesterday at a hospital in Arlington, Va. She...

  3. Photograph shows suffrage and labor activist Flora Dodge "Fola" La Follette (1882-1970), social reformer and missionary Rose Livingston and a young striker during a garment strike in New York City in 1913.

  4. Fola La Follette - Women's suffrage and labor activist, actress and author; born Flora Dodge La Follette on September 10, 1882 in Madison, Wisconsin. She was the first child of lawyer and women's suffrage leader Belle Case La Follette and progressive politician Robert La Follette.

  5. Flora Dodge La Follette (September 10, 1882 – February 17, 1970), known as Fola La Follette, was an American actress and teacher turned women's suffrage and labor activist and editor/author from Madison, Wisconsin.

  6. LaFollette graduated from the University of Wisconsin and became a stage actress in New York City in 1904, but her career and her politics were always closely linked. Her stage career really took off in 1910 when she appeared in the British woman suffrage play “How the Vote Was Won.”

  7. American actress and women's rights activist. Name variations: LaFollette. Born in 1882; died Feb 17, 1970, in Arlington, Virginia; dau. of Robert M. La Follette (US senator) and Belle Case La Follette (1859–1931, social reformer); m. George Middleton (playwright, died).