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This profile was last updated on 11/4/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Ms. Minnie Barton

Wrong Minnie Barton?

Founder

Minnie Barton Home
 
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Children's Institute, Inc.: History
www.childrensinstitute.org, 4 Nov 2012 [cached]
Founded in 1906 by Minnie Barton, the city's first female probation officer, the original organization (then named The Big Sister League) was designed to help troubled young women who found themselves adrift in Los Angeles. Minnie Barton established the Minnie Barton Home for these young women, and later, the Bide-A-Wee Home for unmarried pregnant women.
Women in the LAPD - official website of THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
www.lapdonline.org, 11 July 2006 [cached]
Los Angeles' second policewoman, Minnie Barton, befriended several homeless girls while working with young women on parole or probation. Often these girls had nowhere else to go and no prospects for the future, so she attempted to help them rebuild their lives by taking them into her home and offering them vocational training.
In 1917, she founded the "Minnie Barton Home.
LAWPOA History
www.lawpoa.org, 5 Sept 2011 [cached]
In 1912, Minnie Barton, the second LA Policewoman, offered vocational training in her home to girls on probation or parole. In 1917, she founded the Minnie Barton Home, which evolved into the Big Sister League, now a United Way Agency.
First Female in the L.A.P.D
www.studyworld.com, 25 July 2001 [cached]
Minnie Barton was the Department's second policewoman.Ms. Barton founded the Minnie Barton Home for Girls in 1917 which was to become the present Big Sister League.
Nation's First Police Woman
www.LAAlmanac.com, 13 July 2006 [cached]
Los Angeles’ second policewoman, Minnie Barton, befriended several homeless girls while working with young women on parole or probation. Often these girls had nowhere else to go and no prospects for the future, so she attempted to help them rebuild their lives by taking them into her home and offering them vocational training.
In 1917, she founded the "Minnie Barton Home.
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