Standard Name: Lewin, Sarah
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|Friends, Associates||Jessie Boucherett|
|Occupation||Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon|
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...
The offices of The English Woman's Journal moved from Cavendish Square to 19 Langham Place, where a ladies' club was also planned.