Clark, Harriet Anna Laura, 1908-1992

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Clark, Harriet Anna Laura, 1908-1992

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Harriet Anna Laura Clark was born in Toronto on March 23rd, 1908, the oldest daughter of Herbert A. Clark and Laura Clark. She attended the University of Toronto, University College, where she obtained a B.A. in 1934. In 1944, she entered Osgoode Hall Law School. At the time of her call to the Bar in 1947, she received the Wallace Nesbitt Essay Prize. In addition to her legal practice, Clark was actively involved in a number of organizations, including the Women's Canadian Historical Society, the Provincial Council of Women of Ontario, the University Women's Club, and the Women's Missionary Society. She was a long-time member of the Women's Law Association of Ontario and served as both vice-president and archivist in the 1950s. Harriet Anna Laura Clark died on May 9th, 1992, in Toronto.

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