Queer Places:
413 S 10th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Green-Wood Cemetery Brooklyn, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York, USA

Anna George de Mille (October 2, 1878 – March 17, 1947) was an American feminist and Georgism advocate. She was the mother of Agnes George de Mille.[1] She was a member of the Heterodoxy Club.

Anna George, date unknown

Anna George with dog Thoe. date unknown

Anna de Mille was born in San Francisco in 1878 to Henry George and Annie Corsina Fox. Throughout her life, she served as a prominent leader of the single-tax movement, in many leadership roles including vice president of the International Union for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade in London, and a director of the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation. In 1932 she partnered with Oscar H. Geiger to establish the Henry George School of Social Science. She served as the president of the board of trustees of said school. De Mille went on several tours promoting the single-tax movement, and was a large donor to the Henry George Collection at the New York Public Library. She served as an officer in the Henry George Foundation of Pittsburgh.[2] In 1950 she published Henry George, Citizen of the World, a biography of her father, which was published by the University of North Carolina Press after being released in The American Journal of Economics and Sociology.[3] De Mille also helped raise money for the restoration of Henry George's birthplace.[4]

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