Lois de Lafayette Washburn (born c. 1894) was an American fascist and the founder of anti-Semitic groups in Chicago and Tacoma, Washington. She signed her letters "T.N.T."
In 1936 she founded the Crusaders for Economic Liberty in Chicago with George W. Christians.
She founded anti-Semitic groups in Chicago and Tacoma, Washington. She also acted as the executive secretary of Donald Shea's National Gentile League.
While on trial with seditionists in 1944 during the Brown Scare, she gave a Nazi salute from the court steps.
- "Yankee Minute Men" (pamphlet)