Alice Stone Blackwell
Blackwell, Alice Stone, 1857–1950, American feminist, b. East Orange, N.J., grad. Boston Univ., 1881; daughter of Henry Brown Blackwell and Lucy Stone. She was an editor (1881–1917) of the Woman's Journal, first as assistant to her parents and after their death as editor in chief. Among her works are a biography of her mother (1930) and anthologies of poetry translated from several languages.
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