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- Occupational Categories is exactly "Art/Design"
VERY, Miss Lydia Louisa Anna
Tags: 1821-1830, 1823, Art/Design, artist, Artists, author, Authors, Boston Transcript, corporal punishment, educational administrator, Lydia Louisa Anna Very, MA, November, painting, poet, Poets, principal, Salem, Salem Gazette, Salem Observer, teacher, Teachers, translator, women as authors, Writing/Publishing
WEISS, Mrs. Susan Archer
Tags: 1821-1830, 1822, Aldine, Alexander Galt, artist, Artists, author, Authors, book review, Century, deafness, disability, Edgar Allan Poe, Edward Virginius Valentine, February, Hanover County, National Era, People's Home Journal, poet, Poets, Rosalie Poe, Rudd & Carleton, Scribner's Monthly, Southern Literary Messenger, Susan Archer Weiss, VA, Wide Awake
CARPENTER, Miss Ellen M.
LEONARD, Mrs. Anna Byford
Tags: 1841-1850, 1843, Anna Byford Leonard, Art Amateur, art teacher, Art Teachers, artist, Artists, Arts Club, author, Authors, Board of Foreign Missions, china painter, Columbian Exposition, exhibitions, IN, John E. Owens, July, labor reform, League of American Mineral Painters, Mount Vernon, New York Society of Ceramic Arts, Rachel Foster Avery, Reform, reformer, Religion/Missionary, sanitary reformer, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, William Heath Byford, Woman's Congress, World's Congress
DWYER, Miss Bessie Agnes
SPOFFORD, Mrs. Harriet Prescott
Tags: 1831-1840, 1835, Annie Fields, April, Atlantic Monthly, author, Authors, biographer, Biographers, Biography, Calais, Celia Thaxter, Century, decorating, furniture, Galaxy, Harper & Brothers, Harper's Magazine, Harriet Elizabeth Prescott Spofford, Independent, interior decoration, Jane Andrews, Little Brown and Company, Louisa Stone Hopkins, Louise Chandler Moulton, Mary Abigail Dodge, Mary Louise Booth, ME, National Congress of Mothers, North American Review, novelist, Pinkerton Academy, poet, Poets, Putnam School, Reform, reformer, Richard Smith Spofford, Roberts Brothers, Rose Terry Cooke, Sarah Orne Jewett, Scribner's Magazine, Scribner's Monthly, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Women's Rights
SHOAFF, Mrs. Carrie M.
DYER, Mrs. Clara L. Brown
MATHER, Mrs. Sarah Ann
Tags: 1811-1820, 1820, African-Americans, art teacher, Art Teachers, Art/Design, Chester, Education, educator, MA, March, Mather Academy, Methodist Episcopal, philanthropist, Philanthropists, Philanthropy, principal, professor, Public Speaking, Reform, reformer, Religion/Missionary, Sarah Ann Mather
NICHOLLS, Mrs. Rhoda Holmes
Tags: 1851-1860, 1854, Adele Williams, AFR, American Art Association, art teacher, Art Teachers, artist, Artists, Bloomsbury School of Art, Coventry, ENG, exhibitions, ITA, Littlehampton, March, Natalie Sawyier, New York City, New York Water Color Club, NY, Port Elizabeth, Rome, Society of American Artists, South Africa, Sussex, Venice
ABBATT, Miss Agnes Dean
Tags: 1841-1850, Agnes Dean Abbatt, American Water Color Society, art teacher, Art Teachers, artist, Artists, Charitable Mechanics' and Tradesmen's Association, Cooper Union Art School, exhibitions, Fifth Avenue, James D. Smillie, landscape painting, National Academy of Design, New York City, NY, R Swain Gifford