03-14 TABLE of CONTENTS:
QUOTE by Marlo Thomas.
The complete episode for this date...
...will be published here soon.
03-14 DATES, ANNIVERSARIES, and EVENTS
B. 03-14-1833, Lucy Hobbs Taylor, first women in U.S. to receive a degree in dentistry, Ohio College, 1866. A woman's rights activist.
B. 03-14-1877, Edna Woolman Chase, THE High Priestess of Fashion, joined Vogue magazine in 1899 and made managing editior in 1909 and editor in chief of Vogue in 1914. She is the mother of actor Ilka Chase.
B. 03-14-1894, Osa Helen Leighty Johnson, author, filmaker, adventurer, and explorer. She and her husband who sailed with Jack London filmed South Seas native customs - including head hunting - and toured the vaudeville circuit with them. A number of the films became commercial successes and they turned their attention to Africa. After her husband's death, she continued filming. She wrote a number of books about the native customs and animals.
B. 03-14-1923, Diane Arbus, American photographer who excelled at capturing the inner spirit of ordinary people.
QUOTES DU JOUR
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-- Marlo Thomas
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