02.07 | Women.Born.Before

07 feb 1830 Jane Stuart Woolsey
Jane Stuart Woolsey (07 feb 1830 – 09 jul 1891 | Brooklyn NY – Fishkill NY) teacher, memoirist, Civil War Union nurse, field hospital superintendent | women.born.before © susan.powers.bourne
07 feb 1832 Hannah Tatum Whitall Smith
Hannah Tatum Whitall Smith (07 feb 1832 – 01 may 1911 | Philadelphia PA – Iffley UK) author, public speaker, temperance activist, spiritual autobiography author, US Holiness Movement / UK Higher Life Movement leader  | women.born.before © susan.powers.bourne
07 feb 1859 Emma Wixom Palmer Nevada
Emma Wixom Palmer Nevada (07 feb 1859 – 20 jun 1940 | Alpha CA – Liverpool UK) operatic coloratura soprano  | women.born.before © susan.powers.bourne
07 feb 1867 Laura Ingalls Wilder
Laura Ingalls Wilder (07 feb 1867 – 10 feb 1957 | Pepin County WI – Mansfield MO) author, memoirist, pioneer settler, farm journalist, children’s book writer | women.born.before © susan.powers.bourne

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Ethel Perrin (07 feb 1871 – 15 may 1962 | Needham MA – Brewster NY) author, physical education teacher

Anna May [Anita] Stewart (07 feb 1895 – 04 may 1961 | Brooklyn NY – Beverly Hills CA) film producer, silent film actress

Jessica Powers (07 feb 1905 – 18 aug 1988 | Mauston WI – Pewaukee WI) poet, teacher, Carmelite nun, aka Sister Miriam of the Holy Spirit

Marion Enwright Cunningham (07 feb 1922 – 11 jul 2012 | Los Angeles CA – Walnut Creek CA) food writer, cookbook editor

Emma Elizabeth Jean Sutcliffe Goldrick (07 feb 1923 – 20 nov 2008 | Mayagüez, Puerto Rico – Acushnet MA) collaborative romance novelist with husband James Goldrick

Martha Holmes Waxman (07 feb 1923 – 19 sep 2006 | Louisville KY – New York NY) photographer, photojournalist

Berta Rosenbaum Golahny (07 feb 1925 – 04 nov 2005 | Detroit MI – Newton MA) painter, sculptor, printmaker

Alice Lok Cahana (07 feb 1929 – 28 nov 2017 | Sárvár, Hungary – Portland OR) Hungarian-Swedish-American author, abstract artist, Holocaust survivor

Arla Stenseth Holroyd (07 feb 1931 – 23 jan 2018 | Detroit MI – Mt. Pleasant SC) editor, teacher, professor, photographer, docent of French Huguenot Church of Charleston, poets / painters / writers / sculptors hostess and supporter

Jacqueline Beaugé-Rosier (07 feb 1932 – Jérémie, Haiti) Haitian-born Canadian, poet, novelist, educator, short fiction author

Betty Ann Bobbitt (07 feb 1939 – Manhattan NY) singer, actress, playwright, ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher

Barbara Sorensen (07 feb 1945 – Racine WI) artist, sculptor, multi-media installation artist

Darlene Clark Hine (07 feb 1947 – Morley MO) author, professor, Africa-American history expert scholar

Lyn Yvonne Abramson (07 feb 1950 – Benson MN) author, essayist, clinical psychologist, prejudice / depression expert researcher

Karen Joy Fowler (07 feb 1950 – Bloomington IN) editor, feminist, creative writing instructor, literary / fantasy / science fiction author

Francine Berman (07 feb 1951 – Glendale CA) professor, computer scientist, women’s advocate, expert in digital data preservation / cyber infrastructure

Mary Norris (07 feb 1952 – Cleveland OH) writer, author, copy editor, query proofreader at The New York magazine

Evelyne Brancart (07 feb 1954 – Belgium) author, classical pianist, master teacher, professor of piano music, Belgium-born American

Jean Stothert (07 feb 1954 – Wood River IL) former head nurse, first female mayor of Omaha, Nebraska

Molly Macklin Fowler (07 feb 1957 – US) TV producer, documentary filmmaker, Executive Producer of Red Darragh Films

Sy Montgomery (07 feb 1958 – Frankfurt, Germany) naturalist, screenwriter, adult / children’s author

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