Deaf Suffragists/Activists: Larrouy, Marie Pauline

Marie Pauline Larrouy

Sketched Portrait of Marie Pauline LarrouyMarie Pauline Larrouy (1834-1919). She was a student and instructor in the school for the deaf in Bordeaux, then founder and director of the school for the deaf in Oloron-Sainte-Marie. Marie was also the first deaf woman to be awarded the Academic Palms. 


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