Book Review by Jennifer Walton-Hanley (Western Kentucky University) for H-SAWH
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Author: Wilson, Laurel.
Title: "Changes In Newspaper Portrayals Of Women, 1900-1960."
Publisher: Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects, Paper 328. Bowling Green, Ky.: Western Kentucky University.
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She was born Eliza Calvert in Bowling Green, Kentucky on February 11, 1856 and was known to all as “Lida.” Her mother, Margaret Younglove, was a native of Johnstown, New York and her father, Thomas Chalmers Calvert, was born in Giles County, Tennessee. Thomas was the son of a Presbyterian minister, Samuel Wilson Calvert, and his wife Eliza Caroline Hall Calvert. It was her grandmother’s name, Hall, that Lida would use as her pen name.