11 nov 10 | Women.Born.Today

Cornelia Thurza Crosby (10 nov 1854 – 11 nov 1946 | Phillips ME – Lewiston ME) aka Fly Rod, columnist, sportswoman, first Registered [male or female] Maine Guide

Mabel Loomis Todd (10 nov 1856 – 14 oct 1932 | Cambridge MA – Hog Island ME) editor, writer, literary figure

Adeline Jenney (10 nov 1874 – 11 may 1973 | Macedonia-Turkey – Valley Springs SD) poet, author, first female Poet Laureate South Dakota

Kate Seredy (10 nov 1899 – 07 mar 1975 | Budapest, Hungary – Middletown NY) Hungarian-born American children’s book author / illustrator

Lisette Model (10 nov 1901 – 30 mar 1983 | Vienna, Austria-Hungary – New York NY) Austrian-born American photographer, née Elise Felicie Amelie Stern

Charlotte Berry Winters (10 nov 1909 – 27 mar 2007 | Washington DC – Boonsboro MD) US Navy enlistee, National Yeoman (F) Association co-founder, last surviving WWI American female veteran [died aged 109]

Constance Beresford-Howe (10 nov 1922 – 20 jan 2016 | Montreal, Quebec – Bury St Edmunds UK) novelist

Phyllis Ann Lyon (10 nov 1924 – Tulsa OK) editor, reporter, journalist, gay rights activist, co-founded first US social / political lesbian organization, Daughters of Bilitis

Marilyn Katz Bergman (10 nov 1929 –  Brooklyn NY) author, lyricist, composer

Ann Ruth Danberg Charters (10 nov 1936 – Bridgeport CT) professor, biographer, nonfiction author

Olga Francesca Linares (10 nov 1936 – 02 dec 2014 | David, Panama – Panama City, Panama) Panamanian-American author, researcher, archaeologist, anthropologist

Vera Frenkel (10 nov 1938 – Bratislava, Czechoslovakia) Czech-Canadian multidisciplinary artist creating installations, videotapes, performances, new media projects

Ann Schein Carlyss (10 nov 1939 – White Plains NY) concert pianist, Master Teacher

Alta Sherall [Allee] Willis (10 nov 1947 – Detroit MI) author, director, collector, songwriter, set designer, multimedia artist

Ann Reinking (10 nov 1949 – Seattle WA) dancer, actress, choreographer

Jane Aronson (10 nov 1951 – Brooklyn NY) author, physician, social activist, Global Arts Ranger founder, Worldwide Orphans Foundation leader

Kay Dickerson (10 nov 1951 – Philadelphia PA) professor, researcher, cell biologist, epidemiologist, research bias / integrity / consumer engagement specialist

Marlene Jennings (10 nov 1951 – Longueuil, Quebec) former lawyer / politician, first black woman from Quebec be elected to Canadian Parliament

Alice Nicole Rogoff Rubenstein (10 nov 1951 – US) publisher, business executive, philanthropist, patron of the arts

Linda Cohn (10 nov 1959 – Long Island NY) author, sportscaster

Mary Catherine Jordan (10 nov 1960 – Cleveland OH) journalist, memoirist, national correspondent, Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting

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