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Franz Brentano. Foto.  © Bildarchiv der ÖNB, Wien, für AEIOU

Franz Brentano. Foto. © Bildarchiv der ÖNB, Wien, für AEIOU

Lise Meitner. Foto.  © Bildarchiv der ÖNB, Wien, für AEIOU

Lise Meitner. Foto. © Bildarchiv der ÖNB, Wien, für AEIOU

Ernst Mach. Foto, 1900 © Bildarchiv der ÖNB, Wien, für AEIOU

Ernst Mach. Foto, 1900 © Bildarchiv der ÖNB, Wien, für AEIOU

The Austrian National Library

The Austrian National Library

li-an:  ÖNB/ANNO AustriaN Newspaper Online  “Dear child, I admit I’m a monster but mind, I’m of a pensionable age.” ‘Der Freier / The suitor’ by Franz Wacik for 'Die Muskete’, a satiric weekly magazine. Published 22. September 1910 in Vienna.

li-an: ÖNB/ANNO AustriaN Newspaper Online “Dear child, I admit I’m a monster but mind, I’m of a pensionable age.” ‘Der Freier / The suitor’ by Franz Wacik for 'Die Muskete’, a satiric weekly magazine. Published 22. September 1910 in Vienna.

Mildred H. McAfee, president of Wellesley College and Director of the WAVEs. First commissioned women in the Navy.

Mildred H. McAfee, president of Wellesley College and Director of the WAVEs. First commissioned women in the Navy.

Toni Cade Bambara

Toni Cade Bambara

Tech4 Carmen Contreras-Bozak (born December 31, 1919) was the first Hispanic to serve in the U.S. Women's Army Corps where she served as an interpreter and in numerous administrative positions.

Tech4 Carmen Contreras-Bozak (born December 31, 1919) was the first Hispanic to serve in the U.S. Women's Army Corps where she served as an interpreter and in numerous administrative positions.

Josefina Fierro de Bright, labor organizer and activist.

Josefina Fierro de Bright, labor organizer and activist.

Museum of Tolerance - -  Women’s History Month at the MOT - Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American woman to win an Academy Award. She worked with Hollywood legends ranging from Shirley Temple to Clark Gable, but was barred from being buried in a Hollywood cemetery with her white colleagues when she passed way in 1952.

Museum of Tolerance - - Women’s History Month at the MOT - Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American woman to win an Academy Award. She worked with Hollywood legends ranging from Shirley Temple to Clark Gable, but was barred from being buried in a Hollywood cemetery with her white colleagues when she passed way in 1952.

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