04 apr 25 | women.born.today

Eliza Daniel Stewart (25 apr 1816 – 06 aug 1908 | Piketon OH – Springfield OH) aka Mother Stewart, state / local pioneering temperance leader / organizer

Constance Cary Harrison (25 apr 1843 – 21 nov 1920 | Vaucluse VA – Washington DC) aka Refugitta, fiction / nonfiction author, co-creator / seamstress first American Confederate Battle Flag

Harriet Randolph Hyatt Mayor (25 apr 1868 – 01 jan 1960 | Salem MA – Bethel CT) artist, sculptor, curator, genealogist

Marion G. Crandall (25 apr 1872 – 27 mar 1918 | Cedar Rapids IA – Saint-Menehould, France) French teacher, volunteer canteen worker, first American female casualty in WWI France

Henrietta Cuttino Dozier (25 apr 1872 – 17 apr 1947 | Fernandina FL – Jacksonville FL) architect, licensed genealogist, first female architect in Georgia, first Southern woman to earn MIT architectural degree

Maud Hart Lovelace (25 apr 1892 – 11 mar 1980 | Mankato MN – Claremont CA) adult historical / serial children’s novelist

Edith Gregor Halpert (25 apr 1900 – 06 oct 1970 | Odessa, Russia – New York NY) art dealer / collector / supporter, museum founder

Dorothy Margaret Salisbury Davis (25 apr 1916 – 03 aug 2014 | Chicago IL – Palisades NY) novelist, short story writer, crime fiction / psychological suspense author

Ella Fitzgerald (25 apr 1918 – 15 jun 1996 | Newport News VA – Beverly Hills CA) jazz singer, social / musical icon

Ibolyka Astrid Maria Varnay (25 apr 1918 – 04 sep 2006 | Stockholm, Sweden – Munich, Germany) Swedish-born American operatic dramatic soprano

Barbara Marshall McLeod Rhoades (25 apr 1921 – 02 mar 2013 | Reading MA – Hardwick VT) artist, teacher, sculptor, coffee shop owner, art / architecture educator

Marianne Elizabeth [Lisa] Lane Hickey (25 apr 1938 – Philadelphia PA) chess player, gift shop owner, former female chess champion

Nicole Hollander (25 apr 1939 – Chicago IL) writer, cartoonist, illustrator

Rubye Doris Smith-Robinson (25 apr 1942 – 09 oct 1967 | Atlanta GA – Atlanta GA) student activist, civil rights activist, SNCC member / organizer

George Ella Lyon (25 apr 1949 – Harlan KY) poet, essayist, children’s picture book author, juvenile novelist

Lenora Branch Fulani (25 apr 1950 – Chester PA) psychologist, psychotherapist, political activist, autobiographical author

Paula Dahl Huston (25 apr 1952 – Minneapolis MN)  novelist, short story writer, essayist, creative nonfiction writer

Charlene Teters (25 apr 1952 – Spokane WA) aka Slum Tah, educator, lecturer, Native American painter / installation artist, senior editor Native Artist Magazine,  first artist-in-residence American Museum of Natural History

Nancy Hirschmann (25 apr 1956 – US) author, researcher, professor of politics

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