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Josephine Baker
[Josephine Baker]
June 3, 1906 - April 12, 1975
American expatriate entertainer and actress, Josephine Baker is noted for her contributions to the civil rights movement in the United States and for assisting the French Resistance during the Second World War. A star at the Folies Bergères in Paris, she refused to perform for segregated audiences in the United States. Baker also starred in three films which found success only in Europe: the silent film Siren of the Tropics (1927), Zouzou (1934) and Princess Tam Tam (1935).
Initiated: March 6, 1960
Lodge La Nouvelle Jerusalem
Grande Loge Feminine de France (Founded 1945)

Source: "Initiation of women," by Mr. Alec Mello. Ars Quatuor Coronatorum : unconfirmed.

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