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Born to an educated Philadelphia family, thirteen-year-old Maimie was compelled to leave school after her father was murdered. Alongside her first job as a salesgirl, Maimie turned to sex work to support herself. Her teen years were largely spent in a reform home, jail, and various hospitals where she recovered from more than thirty surgical operations, including one that removed her left eye.
Despite her curtailed formal education, Maimie was a skilled writer who reportedly spoke five languages. In the s, Maimie overcame her morphine addiction, left prostitution, and became a stenographer and fledgling businesswoman. Upon arrival in Montreal in , Pinzer observed some substantial deterrents for aspiring businesswomen. Kinkead, J. Making and Breaking the Rules: Women in Quebec, Toronto: University of Toronto, Papers, A Finding Aid.
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