03 mar 11 | women.born.today

Sarah R. Adamson Dolley (11 mar 1829 – 27 dec 1909 | Schuylkill Meeting PA – Rochester NY) social reformer, community organizer, women’s rights activist, second US female medical graduate, obstetrician / gynecologist

Matilda [Tillie] Pierce Alleman (11 mar 1848 – 15 mar 1914 | Gettysburg PA – Philadelphia PA) memoirist, Civil War activist / participant

Eliza Jane Poitevent Holbrook Nicholson (11 mar 1849 – 15 feb 1896 | Hancock County MS – New Orleans LA) poet, lyricist, journalist, aka Pearl Rivers, newspaper manager

Beatrice Winser (11 mar 1869 – 14 sep 1947 | Coburg, Germany – Newark NY) US librarian, education / visual arts activist

Dorothée Manski (11 mar 1891 [or 1895] – 24 feb 1967 | Berlin, Germany [or New York NY] – Atlanta GA) German-American operatic soprano and mezzo-soprano

Wanda Hazel Gág (11 mar 1893 – 27 jun 1946 | New Ulm MN – New York NY) artist, author, translator, illustrator, printmaker, children’s book author-illustrator

Dorothy Elizabeth Gish (11 mar 1898 – 04 jun 1968 | Dayton OH – Rapallo, Italy) film actress, magazine writer

Dorothy Schiff (11 mar 1903 – 30 aug 1989 | New York NY – New York NY) social welfare activist, columnist, newspaper owner / publisher

Hilde Bruch (11 mar 1904 – 15 dec 1984 | Dülken, Germany – Houston TX) German-American author, psychoanalyst, obesity / anorexia / eating disorders research expert

Margaret Ellen Traxler (11 mar 1924 – 12 feb 2002 | Henderson MN – Mankato MN) aka Sister Mary Peter, social / women’s activist leader, member School Sisters of Notre Dame, founded Institute for Women Today, opened Sister House half-way house for women

Ethel K. [Dusty] Sklar (11 mar 1928 – Sokol, Poland) Polish-American author, Nazi occult research specialist, investigative editor / reporter / journalist

Ann Hartness (11 mar 1936 – US) author, editor, essayist, academic research librarian, active member of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM)

Nancy Faust (11 mar 1947 – Chicago IL) former long-time live stadium organist for Chicago White Sox and other baseball teams, aka MVO: Most Valuable Organist

Norah McClintock (11 mar 1952 – 06 feb 2017 | Pointe-Claire, Quebec – Toronto, Ontario) young adult fiction author

Elizabeth B. Jenkins (11 mar 1960 – Manhattan NY) spiritual author, psychotherapist, cultural investigator, international guide and teacher of the Inca tradition

Camille Turner (11 mar 1960 – Kingston, Jamaica) Jamaican-Canadian curator, educator, feminist, new media / interactive performance artist

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