By

Kathleen Stone
Trees, mountains and rivers are undeniably majestic in the Pacific Northwest, but two museum visits were equally grand.
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I knew, of course, that Perkins was Secretary of Labor under FDR, the first woman to hold a cabinet position, but I knew little else about her. The accolade of "first" made it seem that was enough to know. I was so wrong.
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Did you know that Carrie Chapman Catt was more than a suffragist? I didn't, but now I do. Read on!
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What readers want in a book is just one side of the coin. Writers look for something, too, and their quest needs to sustain them through years of research and writing.
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My reading list is idiosyncratic, a reflection of my personal interests and feelings. How did you decide what to read this summer?
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We bring our personal experiences to the art we see, hear and read.
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With Mother's Day close at hand, I am devoting this newsletter to mothers – mine, yours, all of ours.
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Current events should lead us to a new way of thinking about women's history.
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Thanks for reading my newsletter these last months, and for reading this one where I share the news that pub date is here.
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It's cold in Boston as I write and I'm feeling cooped up. Maybe you are too. I don't have a magic fix but I think books can help.
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