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Eunice Hunton

Eunice Roberta Hunton, Smith College Class of 1921, c1921.


Eunice Hunton (later Carter), Class of 1917, went on to become the Deputy District Attorney in New York City, where she received accolades for her work on prostitution and corruption cases. She was a representative of the National Council of Negro Women at the founding of the United Nations in 1945.