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By the early twentieth century, the metropolitan newspaperwoman was one of the most recognizable images of the woman writer.
Of the Wolfe daughters, Jennie held a nursing degree from the University of Michigan; Tissie played the piano professionally, and Clara Belle worked as a newspaperwoman, like her sisters Etta, Jessie, and Stella, although little is known of her career.
the moment she grows spont aneous, a vigilant newspaperwoman is sure to interrupt and say, "This is off the record, isn't it?
Author Sandrock is the recipient of many journalism awards from her long years as an Ohio newspaperwoman.
Woods' work as a newspaperwoman had been limited by sex discrimination, and her satisfaction at devoting herself to her family mingled with a disquieting sense of restlessness and isolation.
Most people would conclude from the evidence in the first volume that Eleanor became engaged in a passionate and almost certainly physical relationship with Lorena Hickock, a newspaperwoman, right in the White House.
Last Friday morning, as she waited for a limo to arrive to take her to the Tom Snyder Show for the beginning of a publicity tour for her much awaited book, ``Headline Justice: Inside the Courtroom - The Country's Most Controversial Trials,'' Theo Wilson missed her first deadline in more than 30 years as a newspaperwoman.
Such was Martineau's authority that Thomas Walker, when taking over as editor of the Daily News, assured her that he "'could not get on without' her" and, later, Sir John Robinson, managing editor of the Daily News, eulogized her as a newspaperwoman and quoted W.
American newspaperwoman and writer, one of the most famous journalists of the 20th century.
More of a jaded newspaperwoman than her column lets on; she's seen it all.
Council members include bankers Bill Bowen of Little Rock, Louis Ramsay of Pine Bluff, and Marlin Jackson of Conway; newspaperwoman and state representative Charlotte Schexnayder of Dumas; state Senator Jack Gibson of Dermott; Little Rock lawyer Robert Shults; and Preston LaFerney of the University of Arkansas's School of Agriculture at Fayetteville.
Isabel had barely settled at Gardencourt, her aunt's home, before she received a letter from an American friend, Henrietta Stackpole, a newspaperwoman who was writing a series of articles on the sights of Europe.