"A Gallant Army of Famous Spinsters," Daily Picayne, June 2, 1895
The article strives for a change of labels used for unmarried, successful women. They have been called 'old maids' but the authors makes a case for the term "women bachelors." Harriet Hosmer is mentioned as a prominent example and Charlotte Cushman as her "friend" who came with her to Rome in 1852. Hosmer's most renown scupltures are listed as well.