In 1907 she began a composition course at the Royal College of Music, where she was Stanford’s first female student. Again, she was unable to finish her studies, as her father suddenly banished her from the family home. In order to support herself, she had active performance as a violist. In 1912 she became one of the first female musicians in a fully professional (and formerly male) ensemble, when Henry Wood admitted her to the Queen’s Hall orchestra. Clarke’s music spans a range of 20th-century styles including Impressionism, post-Romantic, and neo-Classical.
Later, in 1913, she would open her first boutique in Deauville, France. For the rest of her life she would work as both craftsman and businesswoman. She would put forward her ideas for the art of fashion design. She first started off as a hat maker to the divas, that’s when her name was revealed to Paris. Her business grew to be something never known in the history of fashion.
Victoria Woodhull Victoria Claflin Woodhull was born on September 23, 1838 in Homer, Ohio. She was born as Victoria Claflin and was said to have inherited a lot of her mother’s fiery personality and was imitating preachers when she was young. Victoria spent much of her childhood traveling with her family because when she was ten years old, Victoria and her sister, Tennessee, had visions and their father took this as an opportunity and took them on the road as psychic healers. When Victoria was fifteen years old she married Dr. Canning Woodhull who was a Cincinnati doctor and a patent medicine salesman. They had two children together.
A few years later, Stanton and her new husband attended their first convention, The World’s Anti-Slavery Convention, in London. Stanton was believed to have made a great impact and was the driving force behind the convention in 1848. At the first convention they attended, they experienced the elimination of women’s rights first hand. According to research, “Stanton and Lucretia Mott were angered at the exclusion of women and vowed to call a woman’s rights convention” (National Women’s History Museum 1). In 1848,
He was the son of Louis Kirstein and was raised in Boston, Massachusetts. Kirstein’ first attendance of a ballet performance was at the age of twelve when Anna Pavlova came to Boston in 1920 (“Lincoln Kirstein 1907-1996”). Ballet became Kirstein’s passion. After seeing a musical with his sister and father, he wrote in his journal, “Nothing does [fill the demands of my heart and eye] like the ballet (qtd. from Kristanits).” Kirstein visited London during the summer of his junior year at Harvard and went to a Diaghilev ballet seven times in ten evenings.
On August 30th 1903 Lawrence Exeter’s went to the Gossie gander baby Shoppe to buy some things for a baby he was expecting soon. On September 2nd of 1903 he paid the Hollywood hospital after getting an ultra sound. To see how mature the baby was and to predict how long before the baby gets here. In October of the same year he paid Dr. David M. McCoy for his wife’s therapy. In December of 1903 Lawrence Exeter senior now buy’s toys for his newly born for Christmas.
The book that I going to talk about is Johnny Tremain the author of this book is Esther Forbes. Retells in narrative form events in pre-Revolutionary Boston prior to and during the outbreak of the American Revolution Johnny Tremain is drawn into the Revolutionary War.Johnny Tremain is boy who is proud—too proud his pride made him overconfident. He pretty much planned all of his life while he was young; he would be a silversmith and marry Cilla. His mother dies when he is fourteen years old before his mother died, he was apprenticed to a silversmith named Mr. Lapham. When his mother died, she gave him a silver cup that showed that he was a member of the Lyte family.
As all of the noble ladies of her time, she was taught how to dance properly and taught eloquence on how to express herself when in attendance to nobles and other important figures. When Lucrezia was only ten years old, she had an arranged marriage with a Spaniard whom later Rodrigo Borgia ended. Two months after the annulment he promised Lucrezia to another man though the contract was annulled on the eighth of November 1492. Finally her father made up his mind and Lucrezia’s third betrothal later became her first husband, Giovanni Sforza. The King of Naples did not want this marriage to go through, so he offered Lucrezia the son of the Duke of Calabria.
Lambert's trade-show dance number was recycled as the "Treasure Hunt" dance in How to Succeed..., while Fosse agreed to take a "musical staging" credit for choreographing all the other dance numbers.  Burrows also reveals that another crisis arose in rehearsals when former recording star Rudy Vallee wanted to interpolate some of his hit songs from the 1930s. On February 1, 2011 Simon & Schuster re-issued a paperback edition of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying With a New Introduction by Stanley Bing. Stanley Bing’s new introduction is written in the same style as the rest of the book and addresses office life in 2010—what has changed and what hasn’t—and all the new absurdities that the digital age has
Handler co-founded Mattel, a Southern California toy company with her husband Elliot Handler, and spearheaded the introduction of the doll. Barbie s physical appearance was modelled on the German Bild Lilli doll, a risqué gag gift for a man, based upon the cartoon character featured in the West German newspaper Bild Zeitung. Barbie made its debut in the American International Toy Fair in New York on 9 March, 1959. This date is also considered to be Barbie s official birthday. Barbie sells over 1 billion annually across 150 countries.