Fannie

Fannie may refer to:

  • Fannie Barrier Williams (1855–1944), an African American educator, political and women's rights activist
  • Fannie Barrios, a professional bodybuilder from Venezuela
  • Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler (1863–1927), an Austrian-born American pianist
  • Fannie C. Williams (1882–1980), an American educator
  • Fannie E. Motley, an American schoolteacher and president of the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools
  • Fannie Farmer (1857–1915), an American culinary expert and author
  • Fannie Fern Andrews (1867–1950), an American lecturer, teacher, social worker and writer
  • Fannie Flagg (born 1944), an American actress, comedienne and author
  • Fannie Greenberg (1895–2007), an American supercentenarian
  • Fannie Heaslip Lea (1884–1955), an American author and poet
  • Fannie Hillsmith (1911–2007), an American cubist painter
  • Fannie Hurst (1885–1968), an American novelist
  • Fannie Kauffman (1924–2009), a Mexican comedian and actress
  • Fannie Lee Chaney (1921–2007), an American baker turned civil rights activist
  • Fannie Lou Hamer (1917–1977), an American voting rights activist
  • Fannie Nampeyo (1900–1987), a modern and contemporary fine arts potter
  • Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm (1865–1946), an American writer, ornithologist and folklorist
  • Fannie Porter (1873-c.1940), a well known madam of the 19th century
  • Fannie Salter (1883–1966), an American lighthouse keeper noted for her tenure at Turkey Point Light in Maryland
  • Fannie Sellins (1872–1919), an American union organizer
  • Fannie Ward (1872–1952), a vaudeville and silent film actress

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