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Mary Stott is best known as a later twentieth-century feminist journalist and specifically as editor of The Guardian women's page. She is also worthy of notice for her own various non-fiction writing, in essays, monographs, and her two volumes of autobiography, about all kinds of political and cultural subjects, particularly those bearing on the status of women.
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18 July 1907 Mary Waddington (later MS) was born at Leicester; she was the third child and only girl in her family. Bibliographic Citation link.
May 1973 Mary Stott published a volume of memoirs, Forgetting's No Excuse, dedicated to "K Stott's granddaughters" (that is also her own) "with love, gratitude and faith." Bibliographic Citation link.
January 1987 MS edited Women Talking: An Anthology From the Guardian Women's Pages 1922-1953, 1957-1971. Bibliographic Citation link.
16 September 2002 MS died in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
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