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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas! Elizabeth Cady Stanton recalled in her “Reminiscences”  what she and her sisters would find in their stockings that “were pinned on a broomstick, laid across two chairs in front of our fireplace . . . .a little paper … Continue reading

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“Yes, Virginia”

Our grandchildren are SO excited about Christmas, and, yes, I’ve got a women’s history tie-in for them: this plaque at the site in New York City that “was once the residence of Virginia O’Hanlon, who in 1897, at the age … Continue reading

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Holidays

Traditionally Sophie, her mother Katrin, and I have started the holiday celebration by going to a performance of “The Nutcracker” in New York City.  This year Katrin suggested we go to the Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall.  Jonathan, … Continue reading

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