Mabel Ping-Hua Lee (1896 –1966) was a Chinese advocate for women's suffrage in the United States, a member of the , the "de-facto minister of the Chinese Baptist Mission", and the head of the First Chinese Baptist Church in New York's Chinatown for more than 40 years. She was born in China and raised in New York for the majority of her life. She attended Barnard College and Columbia University and was the first woman to receive a PhD. from Columbia University. She was a leader of the American Baptist Home Mission Society and established the First Chinese Baptist Church and the Chinese Community Center in New York City's Chinatown which were dedicated to social services for the immigrant community. She became a well-known figure in the women's suffrage movement and rode horseback in the 191

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  • Mabel Ping-Hua Lee (1896 –1966) was a Chinese advocate for women's suffrage in the United States, a member of the , the "de-facto minister of the Chinese Baptist Mission", and the head of the First Chinese Baptist Church in New York's Chinatown for more than 40 years. She was born in China and raised in New York for the majority of her life. She attended Barnard College and Columbia University and was the first woman to receive a PhD. from Columbia University. She was a leader of the American Baptist Home Mission Society and established the First Chinese Baptist Church and the Chinese Community Center in New York City's Chinatown which were dedicated to social services for the immigrant community. She became a well-known figure in the women's suffrage movement and rode horseback in the 191 (en)
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