"Interesting to Ladies," Home Journal, March 4, 1854

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"Interesting to Ladies," Home Journal, March 4, 1854

"Women in America," Chicago Daily Tribune, Feb 20, 1854

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Eliza Cook and Grace Greenwood are mentioned as Charlotte Cushman's intimate friends and Charlotte is characterized as feminine and honorable.

"Interesting to the Ladies" in the Home Journal, March 4, 1854, reprinted a note (presumably) first published in the Louisville Journal and the Chicago Daily Tribune ("Women of America" column, Feb 20, 1854).

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Home Journal

Date

1854-02-20

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Reference

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Charlotte Cushman, the greatest American actress, distinguished as a woman unimpeachable, and as a writer of no mean ability, is now in Rome. We hear of her there, much honoured and admired by all travelers and persons of note. She is the intimate friend of Eliza Cook, Grace Greenwood, in her recent European tour became warmly attached to the great tragedienne. Both ladies are excellent horsewomen, and enjoyed greatly this beautiful feminine accomplishment amid the fine scenery and classic associations of Italy.

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Chicago, IL, US

Geocode (Latitude)

41.8755616

Geocode (Longitude)

-87.6244212

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“"Interesting to Ladies," Home Journal, March 4, 1854,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed January 30, 2023, https://www.archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/395.

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