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Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer

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Photograph of comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer.

Courtesy of Comedy Central.

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Photograph of comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer.

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Gilda Radner as Roseanne Roseannadanna

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Gilda Radner, as her recurring Saturday Night Live character, Roseanne Roseannadanna, who appeared between 1977-1980.
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Gilda Radner, as her recurring Saturday Night Live character, Roseanne Roseannadanna, who appeared between 1977-1980.

Ilana Glazer

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Ilana Glazer.
Photo by Lane Savage, courtesy of Comedy Central.
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Ilana Glazer.

Photo by Lane Savage, courtesy of Comedy Central.

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Abbi Jacobson

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Photograph of comedian Abbi Jacobson by Lane Savage.

Courtesy of Comedy Central.

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Photograph of comedian Abbi Jacobson by Lane Savage.

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Jacqueline Susann

After a breast cancer diagnosis left her determined to leave a real impact on the world, Jacqueline Susann made history as the first author to have three consecutive New York Times bestsellers, starting with her landmark 1966 novel, Valley of the Dolls.

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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Frances Horwich

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Educator, administrator, professor, and writer, Frances Horwich (1908–2001).

Image courtesy of NBC via Wikimedia Commons.

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Educator, administrator, professor, and writer, Frances Horwich (1908–2001).

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Julie Heldman and Teammates with the Federations Cup, 1966

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From left to right: the United States national team tenniswomen Carole Caldwell Graebner, Julie Heldman and Billie Jean King in Turin, Italy, holding the Federations Cup in 1966.
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From left to right: the United States national team tenniswomen Carole Caldwell Graebner, Julie Heldman and Billie Jean King in Turin, Italy, holding the Federations Cup in 1966.

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Eydie Gorme, 1962

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Translator, singer, actress, and songwriter, Eydie Gorme (1928 – 2013) in 1962.

Image courtesy of The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown, PA via Wikimedia Commons.

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Translator, singer, actress, and songwriter, Eydie Gorme (1928 – 2013) in 1962.

Image courtesy of The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown, PA via Wikimedia Commons.

Alyson Hannigan, 2003

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Alyson Hannigan at the Buffy wrap party in 2003.

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Alyson Hannigan at the Buffy wrap party in 2003.

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