Gertrude I. Johnson
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For the Australian singer, see Gertrude Johnson.
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In 1914, with fellow teacher Mary T. Wales, she co-founded Johnson & Wales Business School in Providence, Rhode Island. It has grown into the present day for profit Johnson & Wales University, with four campuses in the Eastern U.S.
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