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Elizabeth Blackwell said she turned to medicine after a close friend who was dying suggested she would have been spared her worst suffering if her physician had been a woman. She became the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States, as well as the first woman on the UK Medical Register

Margaret Vale in a suffrage parade in New York, 1915. (Photo: Library of Congress)

Women suffrage working to get the vote, 1912. Photo Courtesy: Oregon Historical Society by Oregon State University, via Flickr

photograph of Woman Suffrage Pickets. It was made in 1917 by Harris & Ewing.

CHISUM, ETHELYN MILDRED TAYLOR (1895–1983). Ethelyn Mildred Taylor Chisum, black teacher and administrator, was born in Dallas on June 9, 1895, the daughter of William Henry and Virgie M. (Collins) Taylor. After graduating from Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College in 1913, she taught in the public schools of Rock Creek (Smith County), Waxahachie, and Dallas (1916–23). She was a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority... So pretty

The airship, Los Angeles, hovers near an incomplete Empire State Building. New York, 1930 ~j