The woman began calling herself Anna Anderson in the 1920s and after her release from the hospital in 1922 Anderson lived off the charity of various supporters most members of Anastasia's family and those who had known her, said Anderson was an impostor but others were convinced she was Anastasia. In 1927, a private investigation funded by the Tsarinas brother, Ernest Louis, Grand Duke of Hesse, identified Anderson as a missing Polish factory Franciscka a worker with a history of mental illness. In 1938 Anderson brought a suit to the German court to prove her identity and claim her inheritance. The case dragged on until 1970, when the court finally ruled that Anderson had not proved that she was Anastasia. Anna Anderson died of pneumonia in 1984.
While trying to gain entry to medical school many Physicians told her to either go to Paris or disguise herself as a man. The main reason for this was she was a woman and therefore intellectually inferior and she may have been competition and prove herself equal to the men attending medical school a thought that most men at the time did not receive very well. In October of 1847she was accepted into Geneva Medical College in upstate New York after being rejected by 29 different medical schools. On January 11, 1849 Elizabeth Blackwell became the first female physician in the United States she also graduated top of her class. April of 1849 she decided to move to Europe and in November while treating a patient with Ophtalmia Neonatorium she
Dorothea Lange (May 26, 1895 – October 11, 1965) was an influential American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). Lange's photographs humanized the consequences of the Great Depression and influenced the development of documentary photography Born of second generation German immigrants on May 26, 1895, in Hoboken, New Jersey, Dorothea Lange was named Dorothea Margaretta Nutzhorn at birth. She dropped her middle name and assumed her mother's maiden name after her father abandoned the family when she was 12 years old, one of two traumatic incidents in her early life. The other was her contraction of polio at age seven which left her with a weakened
When Dorothea was 7 years old she was seriously affected by polio that led to have a permanent limp, and having a lonely childhood. Her dad left her and her mother and he vanished from their lives and she never saw him again. Her real name was not Dorothea Lange but it was really Dorothea Nutzhorn she change it because she wanted a new beginning. She marry two times the first was Maynard Dixon but she divorced him then she married Paul Schuster Taylor. What you may not know about Lange is that she the one that took the most famous photographs about the Great Depression.
Her father died in 1838 and left them only 20 dollars in his account. The three oldest girls supported the family for several years by operating a boarding school for young women. In one of her books, Dr. Blackwell wrote that she was initially wanted to keep away the idea of studying medicine. She said, she had "hated everything connected with the body, and could not bear the sight of a
Cherilyn Sarkisian was born on May 20, 1946 in El Centro, California to a John Sarkisian a refugee who worked as a truck driver and Georgia Holt an aspiring actress and sometimes a model. Cher faced tribes and tribulation when her parents divorced. Due to financial problem Cher ended up in a temporary foster home till her mother came back to get her. Cher’s mother remarried again to a banker named Gilbert Capierre who later adopted her. When Cher was young she was diagnosed with dyslexia but didn’t let that stop her from her dream in 1941 she saw the movie Dumbo q“and I pead my pants” she realized that she wanted to become a singer and a dancing animal.
Anna Anderson is known as one of the best known of several imposters who have claimed to be Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia. In 1927, an investigation funded by the Tsarina's brother, Ernest Louis, identified Anderson as Franziska Schanzkowska, a Polish factory worker with a history of mental illnesses. After a lawsuit lasting many years, the German courts ruled that Anderson had failed to prove she was Anastasia. Between 1922 and 1968, Anderson lived in Germany and the United States with various supporters and in nursing homes and even including at least one asylum. From early 1929 Anderson lived with Annie Burr Jennings, a wealthy Park Avenue spinster happy to host someone she supposed to be a daughter of the Tsar.
Meaghan Savage Block -4 (a,c,e) She was born as Norma Jeane on June 1st 1926.She was bounced around from foster home to foster home when she was little and spent little time with her mother because her mother was institutionalized for mental illness. She had a difficult child hood with many emotional problems. She was beaten as a child by older boys in her family, and was raped when she was eight. She always tried to replace her broken up family by attaching herself to others. She married at the young age of 16 to James Dougherty.
Erik Erikson: Post-Freudian Theory. From the Beginning to the End of His Life Denise Tamanika Duggins July 15, 2010 Psychology ~ 344 Abstract Erik Erikson life began in Germany on June 15, 1902. Erikson life was very uncommon. His childhood was very confusing for him. He married and had children with one of his peers from Anna Freud Psychoanalytic Institute.
The foundational assumption is that most emotional and behavioral reactions are learned and can therefore, be unlearned. The most interesting of all psychologists throughout history is Erik Erikson. Erik Erikson (1902-1994), was born in Frankfurt, Germany and studied psychology under Anna Freud (Sigmund Freud's daughter) at the Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute. He did not desire the environment that formal schooling produced, so as an alternative to going to college he traveled around Europe, keeping a diary of his experiences. This lasted for a year and he returned to Germany and enrolled in art school.