The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Treble, Lillian Massey
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Treble, Lillian Massey
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TREBLE, Lillian Massey, Canadian philanthropist: b. at New Castle, Ontario, 2 March 1854; d. California, 1909. She became interested In mission work and organized classes in domestic science which led to her founding The Lillian Massey School of Household Science and Art. Similar results were secured at Toronto and other universities and she gave the Toronto University a handsome building which was opened in 1913.