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ca 1901...Waaay ahead of her time!

ca 1901...Waaay ahead of her time!

9 Ways to Be a More Productive Writer - make more time for writing & get more done. Read the post to learn how to make it happen! >>>

9 Ways to Be a More Productive Writer - make more time for writing & get more done. Read the post to learn how to make it happen! >>>

Operator Molly with Telephone

Operator Molly with Telephone

Check out this playlist on The National Day on Writing. Discover the opportunities to share your text with a mass audience and bring awareness to the value of writing as a means of communication in the 21st century.

Five-Minute Film Festival: National Day on Writing

Check out this playlist on The National Day on Writing. Discover the opportunities to share your text with a mass audience and bring awareness to the value of writing as a means of communication in the 21st century.

The caption on this photo is, "A woman teaching her kangaroo to type." Which begs the question, "Why?"

22 Vintage Photos of Animals Acting Like People

The caption on this photo is, "A woman teaching her kangaroo to type." Which begs the question, "Why?"

JFK and Caroline Kennedy having a tea party, 1960.

JFK and Caroline Kennedy having a tea party, 1960.

Ice Age Lion Man is world’s earliest figurative sculpture. 40,000 years old: Lion Man sculpture. Photo: Thomas Stephan, © Ulmer Museum

Ice Age Lion Man is world’s earliest figurative sculpture. 40,000 years old: Lion Man sculpture. Photo: Thomas Stephan, © Ulmer Museum

Bette Davis costume test for ‘All About Eve’, 1950.

Bette Davis costume test for ‘All About Eve’, 1950.

Adelia Matter on a tricycle, c. 1900. Adelia has a child's replica of the large, flower hats of the day. The trike has all metal wheels yet the padded seat compensates. Photograph by Walter Matter of Chicago.

Adelia Matter on a tricycle, c. 1900. Adelia has a child's replica of the large, flower hats of the day. The trike has all metal wheels yet the padded seat compensates. Photograph by Walter Matter of Chicago.

"Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860–1935) was many things throughout her life: philosopher, artist, novelist, lecturer, editor, suffragist, journalist & publisher. She was a popular influential public figure who tirelessly worked against women's inequality. She wrote about the social changes she thought necessary to achieve gender equality. She argued that women needed economic independence, not just suffrage, to achieve true equality with men."

"Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860–1935) was many things throughout her life: philosopher, artist, novelist, lecturer, editor, suffragist, journalist & publisher. She was a popular influential public figure who tirelessly worked against women's inequality. She wrote about the social changes she thought necessary to achieve gender equality. She argued that women needed economic independence, not just suffrage, to achieve true equality with men."

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