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1940 Ragoborna of Anna Lindhagen Ragoborna To Sweden Three uniformed ladies sitting in the sofa.

Ragoborna of Anna Lindhagen
Ragoborna To Sweden

Three uniformed ladies sitting in the sofa.
Ragoborna of Anna Lindhagen
Ragoborna To Sweden

Three uniformed ladies sitting in the sofa.
1940 Ragoborna of Anna Lindhagen Ragoborna To Sweden Three uniformed ladies sitting in the sofa.

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Rågöborna. Author: Per ue Söderbäck Publisher: Stockholm : [publisher not identified], 1940. Series: Nordiska Museets Hadligar, 13 Edition/Format: Print book : SwedishView all editions and formats Anna Lindhagen (7 April 1870 in Stockholm – 15 May 1941 in Stockholm), was a Swedish politician (Social Democrat), social reformer and women's rights activist. In collaboration with Anna Åbergsson, she was a leading force in the introduction of allotment in Sweden. She was one of the driving forces behind the foundation of the National Association for Women's Suffrage. Lindberg was a member of the Stockholm City Council in 1911–1923. Anna Lindhagen was the daughter of Albert Lindhagen and the sister of Carl Lindhagen and Arthur Lindhagen. She was a licensed nurse and early active within the Labour movement: from 1902 until 1925, she worked as a child care inspector for the Stockholm Poor care. In 1902, Lindhagen belonged to one of the leading figures who called for the formation of a women's organisation for women suffrage, which was founded as Swedish Society for Woman Suffrage. With her combined membership in the upper-classes and her social democratic and radically socialistic views, she functioned as a uniting force between right wing and left wing women within the suffrage union. From 1911 until 1916, she was the editor of Morgonbris, the paper of the social democratic women. In 1906, Anna Lindberg and her Anna Åbergsson founded the Föreningen koloniträdgårdar i Stockholm (The Society of the Stockholm Allotment), the first allotment society in Stockholm. At Fjällgatan in Stockholm, there is a museum called Borgarrummen (The Bourgeoisie Rooms) depicting a merchant class home from the mid-19th century, furnished by Anna Lindhagen and where she herself lived prior to her death. Close by, there is a small park, Anna Lindhagens täppa, named after her. At Fjällagatan not long from there, there is also a sculpture of Anna Lindhagen.

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