(1882-1971) and Bertha Willard Hudson Walker (1882-1973). Walker and Harriet Granger Hulet Walker (1841-1917), Louise had a privileged lifestyle.Her siblings were Hudson Dean Walker (1907–1976), Stephen Archie Walker (1910-2001), Walter Willard Walker (1911-2001), Philip Hulet Walker (1917-1969), and Archie Dean Walker Jr. Her father, alongside his siblings, Gilbert Marshal Walker (1864-1928), Julia Anstis Walker Smith (ca.1865-ca.1951), Fletcher Loren Walker (1872-1962), Willis J. However, her voluminous correspondence reveals a woman frequently conflicted by and at odds with her family's social and economic standing.
family of Minneapolis, Minnesota), her children (the Mc Cannel family), her aunts, uncles, and her grandparents (T. Walker family of Minneapolis, Minnesota), and other family members. Access to some vital records and financial records (#72.11) is closed until January 1, 2052 Additionally, folders access to which would constitute an unwarranted invasion of privacy are restricted as noted.
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She was instrumental in establishing The Way, a youth center created for African Americans and the urban poor, in an effort to improve race relations and empower groups that felt socially and fiscally powerless.