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Famous as the first female doctoral graduate of a dental school, she earned her degree from the Ohio College of Dental Surgery in the mid 1860s and practiced dentistry in Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, and Kansas. After her retirement, she became a women’s rights activist.
Before beginning her dental career, she worked as a Michigan-based schoolteacher.
The American Association of Women Dentists established an award in her honor.
How did Lucy Hobbs Taylor die?
|Cause of death||N/A|
|Age of death||77 years|
|Birthday||March 14, 1833|
|Death date||October 3, 1910|
|Place of death||Lawrence, Kansas, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|