Ruth Price Hartley Mosley (1886-1975) became a registered nurse at a time when many black women had little education. She owned a funeral home and worked in public health. Mrs. Mosley was a community leader and founder of a women's center named for her. Ruth was also active in the NAACP and was a founding board member of Booker T Washington Community Center.
Read about other prominent African-Americans buried at Linwood Cemetery.