|Juliette Peak Fowler
In the late 1880s, Juliette Peak Fowler dreamed of a creating a home for widows and orphans. She traveled throughout the country researching social service agencies, but died before realizing her dream. Her will designated land and funds specific for this purpose. Through this act of benevolence she became known as Dallas' first woman philanthropist.
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