Standard Name: Lewin, Sarah
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|Friends, Associates||Jessie Boucherett||
Partly through her membership of the Kensington Society (a social and political discussion group of about fifty women inaugurated in 1865), JB broadened her acquaintance with significant members of the feminist movement, including Frances Power Cobbe
|Occupation||Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon||
Jessie Boucherett and Adelaide Procter served as the honorary secretaries, Sarah Lewin and Emily Crow acted as executive secretaries, and BLSB , Bessie Rayner Parkes, and Emily Faithfull served on the advisory committee.
By 1859 The English Woman's Journal was felt to be no longer adequate on its own for promoting women's work, and Jessie Boucherett suggested the creation of a society which would deal specifically with this...
7 July 1859
The first meeting of the Society for Promoting the Employment of Women was held in London; founding members included Anna Jameson , Emily Faithfull , Jessie Boucherett , Adelaide Procter , Bessie Rayner Parkes , Isa Craig , and Sarah Lewin .
The offices of The English Woman's Journal moved from Cavendish Square to 19 Langham Place, where a ladies' club was also planned.
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