Browse Items (31 total)
- Tags: 1851-1860
LUMMIS, Mrs. Dorothea
Tags: 1851-1860, 1860, Boston University, Californian, Charles Fletcher Loomis, collector, Critic, Dorothea Lummis, dramatic editor, Earnest Carroll Moore, editor, Emma Seiler, Home-Maker, homeopathy, Hull House, James O'Neil, Journal of Sociology, Judge, Kate Field's Washington, Life, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Times, Medicine, Music, musical editor, musician, New England Conservatory of Music, OH, Pacific Coast Women's Press Association, Pacific Unitarian Conference, physician, Physicians, Portsmouth Female College, Puck, Reform, reformer, San Francisco Argonaut, Social Work, Sociology, Southern California Medical Society, suffrage, suffragist, Woman's Cycle, Women's Rights
WYLIE, Mrs. Lollie Belle
Tags: 1851-1860, 1858, AL, Atlanta, Atlanta Journal, Atlanta Writers' Club, author, Butterfly, Elia Goode Byington, Ephie E. Williams, GA, Henry Wellington Wack, Hoke Smith, John Toy, journalist, Lollie Belle Wylie, October, Pioneer Women, poet, Poets, Richard H. Clark, Society, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Woman's Press Club of Georgia, Writing/Publishing
GILES, Miss Ella A.
Tags: 1851, 1851-1860, Association for the Advancement of Women, author, Authors, Caroline Maria Seymore Severance, church singer, Ella A. Giles, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, February, Hans Balatka, Hattie Tyng Griswold, librarian, Libraries, Los Angeles, Madison, Madison Public Lib rary, Magazine of Poetry, Music, novelist, Novelists, Oratorio, poet, Poets, Social Science, Stella A. Gaines Fifield, suffragist, Unitarian, WI, Wisconsin Conference of Charities, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing, Zona Gale
WILLARD, Mrs. Allie C.
Tags: 1851-1860, 1860, Allie C. Willard, April, Authors, Bertha J. Baur, biographer, Biographers, Business/Banking, businesswoman, editor, education reformer, Frances Elizabeth Willard, IL, J. T. Mallalieu, L. B. Fifield, Lady Henry Somerset, librarian, Libraries, London Signal, Loup City Times, Nauvoo, Nebraska Editorial Association, Omaha Daily Bee, Politics/Government, postmaster, Postmasters, Reform, reformer, State Senate Clerk, Temperance, temperance reformer, Western Newspaper Union, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Writing/Publishing
MCKINNEY, Mrs. Kate Slaughter
BALLOU, Miss Ella Maria
FOXWORTHY, Miss Alice S.
Tags: 1851-1860, 1852, Alice S. Foxworthy, Boscobel College for Young Ladies, college president, December, Education, educational administrator, educator, George Washinton Fergus Price, Martin College, missionary work, Nashville College for Young Ladies, principal, Religion/Missionary, religions education teacher, Sabbath school teacher, teacher, Teachers, teaching, University of Nashville
SMITH, Miss Helen Morton
Tags: 1851-1860, 1859, Bar Harbor Record, Boston Home Journal, Charles C. Burrill, December, editor, Education, Eugene Richards, Gilman Colby, Helen Morton Smith, James Gillespie Blaine, journalist, ME, New England Woman's Press Association, Saturday Evening Gazette, Society Journal of Mt. Desert Island, Sullivan Harbor, teacher, Teachers, teaching, Writing/Publishing
BISHOP, Mrs. Mary Agnes Dalrymple
Tags: 1851-1860, 1857, actress, August, author, Authors, Boston Globe, Esther T. Housh, Grafton Herald, home dramas, journalist, lecturer, MA, Mary Agnes Dalrymple Bishop, Massachusetts Ploughman, Maud Howe Elliott, New England Woman's Press Association, Public Speaking, Springfield, Theatre, Writing/Publishing, Youth's Companion
DIGHT, Mrs. Mary A. G.
SHEARDOWN, Mrs. Annie Fillmore
ABBOTT, Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson
Tags: 1851-1860, 1852, Connecticut Valley Kindergarten Association, Education, educator, Elizabeth Robinson Abbott, General Federation of Women's Clubs, Harriet Jane Hanson Robinson, Hillside Avenue School, kindergarten, Lowell, Lucy H. Symonds, MA, Pauline Agassiz Shaw, Phoebe Adam, September, Teachers, teaching, women's clubs, Women's Rights
DIGGS, Mrs. Annie Le Porte
Tags: 1851-1860, 1853, Annie Le Porte Diggs, CAN, February, journalist, Kansas Equal Suffrage Association, London, Ontario, People's Party, poet, Politics/Government, Public Speaking, Temperance, temperance reformer, Unitarian, woman suffragist, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
BREWSTER, Miss Cora Belle
Tags: 1851-1860, 1859, Alfred University, Almond, American Institute of Homeopathy, author, Authors, Baltimore, Bellevue Hospital, Business/Banking, businesswoman, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Cora Belle Brewster, editor, Flora A. Brewster, gynecologist, Homeopathic Hospital and Free Dispensary of Maryland, Homeopathic Medical Society, Maryland Homeopathic Hospital and Free Dispensary, medical writer, Medicine, Northwestern University, NY, orator, physician, Physicians, Public Speaking, September, surgeon, teacher, Teachers, Women's Medical College of Baltimore, Writing/Publishing
ARMSTRONG, Miss Sarah B.
Tags: 1851-1860, 1857, art teacher, Art Teachers, author, Authors, Baptist, church singer, Education, Homeopathic College of Michigan, homeopathy, July, Lebanon University, Medicine, Music, musician, Newton, OH, physician, Physicians, poet, Poets, professor, Reform, reformer, Sarah B. Armstrong, school board member, soprano, surgeon, teacher, Teachers, woman suffragist, Writing/Publishing
ALDRICH, Mrs. Flora L.
BURNHAM, Mrs. Clara Louise
Tags: 1851-1860, 1854, Atheneum, Atlantic Monthly, author, Authors, Catholic World, Chatauquan, Christian Scientist, Clara Louise Burnham, Dial, George F. Root, Grosset & Dunlap, Henry A. Sumner & Company, Houghton Mifflin & Company, Lois Weber, lyricist, MA, May, New Orleans Picayune, Newton, novelist, Novelists, Overland Monthly, pianist, pseudonym, Robert Dempster, St. Nicholas, Wide Awake, women as authors, Writing/Publishing, Youth's Companion
WEBSTER, Miss Helen L.
DELETOMBE, Miss Alice S.
WETHERALD, Miss Agnes Ethelwyn
Tags: 1851-1860, 1857, Agnes Ethelwyn Wetherald, An Algonquin Maiden, April, author, Authors, Bel Thistlewaite, Business/Banking, businesswoman, CAN, Canada, Canadian Monthly, Chicago Current, Christian Union, editor, Elizabeth Cameron, Friends' Boarding School, Graeme Mercer Adam, Harper's Weekly, J. Lovell & Son, journalist, London Canada Advertiser, Magazine of Poetry, novelist, NY, Ontario, Our Wives and Daughters, Pickering College, poet, Poets, pseudonym, publisher, Quaker, Rockwood, St. Nicholas, Toronto Globe, Toronto Saturday Night, Union Springs, Williamson & Co., Woman's Journal, Women's Rights, Youth's Companion
CAMERON, Mrs. Elizabeth
Tags: 1851, 1851-1860, Agnes Ethelwyn Wetherald, Business/Banking, businesswoman, Canada, editor, Elizabeth Cameron, John Cameron, March, Niagara, Ontario, Our Wives and Daughters, publisher, reading clubs, Temperance, temperance reformer, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
AMES, Miss Lucia True
Tags: 1851-1860, 1856, author, Authors, Boscawen, Charles Carleton Coffin, Education, Edwin Doak Mead, Houghton Mifflin & Company, Jane Addams, lecturer, Lucia True Ames, Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association, May, New England Magazine, NH, orator, Orators, peace reform, Public Speaking, Reform, reformer, women as authors, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
CUMMINGS, Mrs. Alma Carrie
BENEDICT, Miss Emma Lee
Tags: 1851-1860, 1857, American Issue, author, Authors, City University of New York, Clifton Park, DC, Education, Hyde Park, Lee and Shepard, Mary H. Hunt, New York School Journal, NY, poet, Poets, Reform, reformer, Scientific Temperance Federation, State Normal School (Albany), teacher, Teachers, Temperance, temperance reformer, Washington, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Writing/Publishing
FIELD, Mrs. Martha R.
Tags: 1851-1860, 1855, author, Authors, Catharine Cole, circulating libraries, Eliza J. Nicholson, journalist, LA, Libraries, Martha R. Field, Mollie Evelyn Moore Davis, New Orleans, New Orleans Picayune, New Orleans Times-Democrat, pseudonym, San Francisco, San Francisco Post, travel writer, travel writing, Writing/Publishing
LOUGHEAD, Mrs. Flora Haines
Tags: 1851-1860, 1855, A.L. Bancroft & Company, author, Authors, CA, Chicago Inter-Ocean, CO, Denver, editor, Flora Haines Loughead, Houghton Mifflin & Company, July, Libraries, Lincoln University, Milwaukee, novelist, Novelists, San Franciscan, San Francisco Chronicle, Santa Barbara, WI, Woman's Parliament of Southern California, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
BLACKWELL, Miss Alice Stone
BAKER, Mrs. Charlotte Johnson
Tags: 1851-1860, 1855, Akron, Ann Arbor, Anna Howard Shaw, Beaumelle Sturtevant-Peet, CA, California Equal Suffrage Association, Charlotte Johnson Baker, Elizabeth Lowe Watson, MA, March, Mary Ashton Livermore, Medicine, MI, Newburyport, Newburyport High School, NM, NY, obstetrics, OH, physician, Poughkeepsie, Roseville, San Diego, San Diego Civil Service Commission, San Diego County Medical Society, San Diego Equal Suffrage Association, Socorro, Southern California Anti-Tuberculosis League, Southern California Medical Society, Southern California Woman's Parliament, University of Michigan, Vassar, Walter Lindley, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Young Women's Christian Association
BROTHERTON, Mrs. Alice Williams
Tags: 1841-1850, 1848, 1851-1860, Aldine, Alice Williams Brotherton, April, Atlantic Monthly, author, Authors, Cambridge, Century, Federation of the Women's Literary Clubs of Ohio, General Federation of Women's Clubs, IN, Independent, Magazine of Poetry, New England Magazine, Public Speaking, Scribner's Monthly, St. Nicholas, Western Association of Writers, Writing/Publishing
NICHOLLS, Mrs. Rhoda Holmes
Tags: 1851-1860, 1854, Adele Williams, AFR, American Art Association, art teacher, Art Teachers, artist, Artists, Bloomsbury School of Art, Coventry, ENG, exhibitions, ITA, Littlehampton, March, Natalie Sawyier, New York City, New York Water Color Club, NY, Port Elizabeth, Rome, Society of American Artists, South Africa, Sussex, Venice