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Kate Bornstein, Seattle, 2010

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Kate Bornstein at Babeland in Seattle in 2010.
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Kate Bornstein at Babeland in Seattle in 2010.


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Steve Benson on Ruth Gruber Thumbnail

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Thumbnail of video. This Week in History: On September 30, 1911, Ruth Gruber was born. Steve Benson describes how the woman who started out as the youngest PhD on record went on to become an award-winning journalist, an honorary general, and a war hero in WWII.
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Steve Benson on Ruth Gruber

This Week in History: On September 30, 1911, Ruth Gruber was born. Steve Benson describes how the woman who started out as the youngest PhD on record went on to become an award-winning journalist, an honorary general, and a war hero in WWII.
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Maud Nathan, 1913, cropped

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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.
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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.

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Maud Nathan, cropped

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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.
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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.

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