06 jun 22

Emily Austin Perry (22 jun 1795 – 15 aug 1851 | Austinville VA – Jones Creek TX) pioneer, heiress, font innovator, religious / educational philanthropist

Caroline Wells Healey Dall  (22 jun 1822 – 17 dec 1912 | Boston MA – Washington DC) author, feminist, reformer, clubwoman, Transcendentalist

Kate Mason Rowland (22 jun 1840 – 28 jun 1916 | Detroit MI – Richmond VA) editor, author, historian, biographer,  genealogist, historic preservationist

Harriett Mulford Stone Lothrop (22 jun 1844 – 02 aug 1924 | New Haven CT – San Francisco CA) aka Margaret Sidney, publisher, literary hostess, children’s fiction author, historical preservationist, Children of the American Revolution founder / facilitator

Caroline Love Goodwin O’Day (22 jun 1869 – 04 jan 1943 | Perry GA – Rye NY) politician, school board president, third woman / first NY Democratic Congresswoman, New York State Board of Social Welfare Commissioner

Madeleine Vionnet (22 jun 1875 – 02 mar 1975 | Chilleurs-aux-Bois, France – Paris, France) French, author, memoirist, fashion designer, aka Queen of the Bias Cut and The Architect Among Dressmakers

Eleanor [Nelly] Bertine (22 jun 1887 – 03 jan 1968 | New Haven CT – New Milford CT) author, doctor, pioneering Jungian depth psychologist

Anne Morrow Lindbergh (22 jun 1906 – 07 feb 2001 | Englewood NJ – Passumpsic VT) poet, author, aviator, memoirist, mother of kidnapped / murdered child

Katherine Dunham (22 jun 1909 – 21 may 2006 | Chicago IL – New York NY) author, dancer, educator, choreographer, social activist, ethnochoreology [dance anthropology] leader / researcher, aka Matriarch and Queen Mother of Black Dance

Helen Norris Bell (22 jun 1916 – Miami FL) poet, novelist, short fiction writer, Poet Laureate of Alabama

Eugenia Price (22 jun 1916 – 28 may 1996 | Charleston WV – Brunswick GA) historical novelist, community activist

Alice [Dolly] Hite McNutt  (22 jun 1917 – 11 jan 1989 | Paducah KY – Paducah KY) politician, aka Madam Eloquent, Kentucky State Rep, first female mayor Paducah KY

Barbara Farrell Vucanovich (22 jun 1921 – 10 jun 2013 | Camp Dix NJ – Reno NV) co-author, politician, women’s rights activist, first female US Representative from Nevada

Dianne Goldman Berman Feinstein (22 jun 1933 – San Francisco CA) author, politician, California State Senator, currently oldest serving US Senator

Mary Pat Clarke (22 jun 1941 – Providence RI) educator, politician, first woman ever elected president of Baltimore City Council

Dorothy Garlock (22 jun 1942 – Texas US) historical romance novelist, aka Johanna Phillips, Dorothy Phillips, Dorothy Glenn

Sandra Ruth Lipsitz Bem (22 jun 1944 – 20 may 2014 | Pittsburgh PA – Ithaca NY) author, psychologist, feminist scholar, gender / women’s studies expert

Kay Redfield Jamison (22 jun 1946 – United States) author, memoirist, mental health activist, clinical psychologist, autobiographical author

Octavia Estelle Butler (22 jun 1947 – 24 feb 2006 | Pasadena CA – Lake Forest Park WA) sci-fi novelist, short story writer

Anne Doyle (22 jun 1948 – South Bend IN) news editor, sports anchor / reporter, pioneering female sportscasting journalist

Lindsay Jean Wagner (22 jun 1949 – Los Angeles CA) actress, nonfiction writer, meditation / self-help advocate, vegetarian cookbook author

Elizabeth Ann Herring Warren (22 jun 1949 – Oklahoma City OK) author, academic, politician, senior US Senator from Massachusetts

Ivy Stephenson Gunter (22 jun 1947 – Bellevue OH) model, author, amputee, inspirational speaker, osteosarcoma survivor

Bette Gordon (22 jun 1950 – United States) professor, filmmaker

Shelley Sekula-Gibbs (22 jun 1953 – Floresville TX) physician, State politician

Ann Hamilton (22 jun 1956 – Lima OH) painter, sculptor, photographer, printmaker, multi-media installation artist

Laura Day (22 jun 1959 – New York NY) intuitionist, self-help author

Erin Brockovich (22 jun 1960 – Lawrence KS) legal clerk, memoirist, environmental activist, Brockovich Research and Consulting president

Tracy Jo Pollan (22 jun 1960 – Long Island NY) actress, cookbook co-author

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