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Hephzibah and Yehudi Menuhin, 1951

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Hephzibah and her brother Yehudi Menuhin in Australia in 1951.
Courtesy of the John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland/Wikimedia Commons.

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Hephzibah and her brother Yehudi Menuhin in Australia in 1951.
Courtesy of the John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland/Wikimedia Commons.

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Ruth Laredo, circa 1977

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Pianist and teacher Ruth Laredo, circa 1977.
Courtesy of Jennifer Laredo Watkins via Wikimedia Commons
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Pianist and teacher Ruth Laredo, circa 1977.

Courtesy of Jennifer Laredo Watkins via Wikimedia Commons

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Isa Kremer, cropped

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Isa Kremer.
Courtesy of Wikimedia.
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Isa Kremer.

Courtesy of Wikimedia.

Isa Kremer

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Isa Kremer.
Courtesy of Wikimedia.
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Isa Kremer.

Courtesy of Wikimedia.

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Lesley Gore’s “You Don’t Own Me” Climbs Billboard Charts

February 1, 1964
"I don’t care what age you are—whether you’re 16 or 116—there’s nothing more wonderful than standing on the stage and shaking your finger and singing, ‘Don’t tell me what to do.’” - Singer Lesley Gore

Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-up Hearts, 1963

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Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-up Hearts, released in 1963, included the single "You Don't Own Me."
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Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-up Hearts, released in 1963, included the single "You Don't Own Me."

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Lesley Gore

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Lesley Gore.
Courtesy of Biography.com.
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Lesley Gore.
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Libby Holman, July 9, 1932

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Libby Holman, July 9, 1932.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress/Wikimedia Commons.
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Libby Holman, July 9, 1932.


Courtesy of the Library of Congress/Wikimedia Commons.

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Libby Holman, July 9, 1932, cropped

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Libby Holman in July 9, 1932.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress
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Libby Holman in July 9, 1932.

Courtesy of the Library of Congress

Theresa Helburn, 1919

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Theresa Helburn in 1919.
Courtesy of Lawrence Langner's G. B. S. and the Lunatic published in 1963.
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Theresa Helburn in 1919.

Courtesy of Lawrence Langner's G. B. S. and the Lunatic published in 1963.

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