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Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography review Ø 3 Philip J. Funigiello ✓ 3 read & download review Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography Marriage as a Chicago debutante into the Marshall Field department store dynasty affluent widowhood at a young age European grand tours summer cottage life on the Maine coast marriage to novelist Thomas Nelson Page membership in Washington social and political circles service as the wife of the ambassador to Italy at the time of World War I Florence Lathrop Page 1858 1921 was an active figure in many worlds throughout her life Her life story provides an opportunity for exploring larger historical uestions of class gender and social milieu It contributes to our knowledge of the influence of women in a social order which celeb.characters Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Philip J. Funigiello
Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography review Ø 3 Philip J. Funigiello ✓ 3 read & download review Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography Rated the achievements of men Although she was self effacing and a paradigm of good manners virtues much admired by her second husband Thomas Nelson Page premature widowhood and economic emancipation brought out the decisive capable and independent aspects of her personality Economic independence allowed her to evade the constrictions of her gender and class without overtly challenging them Florence Lathrop Page established and funded visiting public health nurse programs in the communities in which she lived She contributed to numerous charitable artistic and educational programs and organized a major relief program for the.
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Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography review Ø 3 Philip J. Funigiello ✓ 3 read & download review Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography Victims of Italy's devastating earthuake in 1915 Most importantly she was a leader in providing succor to Italy's civilian and military casualties during the catastrophic war of 1915 18 yet she neither sought nor received public recognition for her generosity Her letters provide an almost continuous account of her daily life in wartime Italy and reflect the strain of separation from family and friends From heruniue vantage point in Rome she perceived almost immediately that World War I would be a turning point in world history and in the social order in which she had been raised and whose values and traditions she cherished.
- Florence Lathrop Page: A Biography
- Philip J. Funigiello
- 21 October 2019