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September 27, 2010

 

Dan Patch, engraving

Branding a Great Horse

Today’s star athlete may have a horse to thank for her multi-million-dollar salary and endorsement contracts.

March 15, 2010

 

Teaching around Jim Crow…Merze Tate

Being the first African-American to graduate from Western Michigan Teachers College wasn't enough to land Merze Tate a teaching job in her home state.

March 10, 2008

 

Mary Ritter Beard

A feminist who eventually opposed the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, Mary Ritter Beard was nonetheless a pioneering scholar and proponent of women’s history. The texts she co-authored with her husband, not to mention fifteen titles of her own, made significant strides in incorporating cultural, social and economic trends into the popular interpretation of American history.

March 3, 2008

 

Xenia Miller

Women’s History Month 2008 begins on a wistful note in Columbus with the news of Xenia Miller’s passing February 19 th. Born in 1917, Miller was a major philanthropist whose life story dovetailed with many of that city’s significant figures, trends and landmarks.

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