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Martha Morton

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Martha Morton from the 1897 book, American Women: Fifteen Hundred Biographies, published by Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick.
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Martha Morton from the 1897 book, American Women: Fifteen Hundred Biographies, published by Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick.

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Clara Lipman, 1910 Cropped

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

Image courtesy of The Theatre Magazine via Wikimedia Commons.

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

Image courtesy of The Theatre Magazine via Wikimedia Commons.

Clara Lipman, 1910

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

Image courtesy of The Theatre Magazine via Wikimedia Commons.

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

Image courtesy of The Theatre Magazine via Wikimedia Commons.

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Beatrice Kaufman, 1943

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Writer and playwright Beatrice Kaufman in 1934.

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Writer and playwright Beatrice Kaufman in 1934.


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Fay Kanin

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Screenwriter, radio producer, and television producer, Fay Kanin (1917–2013).

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Screenwriter, radio producer, and television producer, Fay Kanin (1917–2013).

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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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Selina Dolaro

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Opera singer and theater producer Selina Dolaro.
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Opera singer and theater producer Selina Dolaro.

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Yavilah McCoy

Yavilah McCoy is the founder of Ayecha, a nonprofit Jewish organization that provided Jewish diversity education and advocacy for Jews of color in the United States.

Death of writer Sarah Brandstein Smith, “Queen of the shundroman"

April 29, 1968
“Sarah B. Smith is the most beloved Jewish newspaperwoman, the first who ever served as a reporter on a Jewish paper, and the one who has triumphantly overcome the misgivings of editors who mistrusted the abilities of a mere woman writer.”

Sarah Brandstein Smith, 1945

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Journalist and fiction author Sarah Brandstein Smith, photographed in June, 1945.
Courtesy of Gale Antokal
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Journalist and fiction author Sarah Brandstein Smith, photographed in June, 1945.
Courtesy of Gale Antokal

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