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Dedications Constance Smedley
This began as a series of articles in The Christian Science Monitor while CS was living with her husband in New York.
Bowe, Nicola Gordon. “Constance and Maxwell Armfield: An American Interlude 1915-1922”. The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Vol.
, pp. 6-27.
The UCLA copy of the resulting book, digitized and available through...
Employer Buchi Emecheta
She held visiting academic appointments the University of Calabar in Nigeria, and at a number of US universities including Pennsylvania State , Rutgers , UCLA , and Yale .
Busby, Margaret. “Buchi Emecheta obituary”. theguardian.com.
Employer Maya Angelou
In 1966 she was appointed as a lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles , and there followed a string of academic appointments as writer in residence or visiting professor: at the University of Kansas
Literary responses Lady Mary Wroth
Some early readers registered in their copies their dissatisfaction with the non-happy ending. The Library of Congress copy bears a pencilled-in couplet addressed to readers, and the UCLA copy a paragraph offering, in direct contradiction...
Material Conditions of Writing Antonia Fraser
She had done much of the work for this while at UCLA in Los Angeles in autumn 1985.
Fraser, Antonia. Must You Go?. Random House of Canada.
Translations into Dutch and Spanish were quickly published at Baarn and Buenos Aires. Some reprints...
Performance of text Elizabeth Inchbald
It was published at Dublin in 1789, and held the stage well during the early nineteenth century: October-November 1824 saw two rival productions at different theatres. Dickens directed the production of a much-revised version in...
Publishing Eliza Fenwick
This was illustrated with woodcuts. Copies were sold already coloured, or (more cheaply at one shilling) for the child-owners to colour themselves. Tabart advertised this title in several other books, including EF 's Visits to...
Publishing Eliza Kirkham Mathews
The full title is The West-Indian; or, Anecdotes of the Somerville Family: on Various Subjects, Designed for the Amusement and Instruction of Youth. Published by Henry Mozley (father of the writer Anne Mozley )...
Publishing Margaret Roper
Erasmus had published his commentary at Basel in Switzerland in 1523. The full title of Roper's translation was A Devout Treatise upon the Pater Noster, made fyrst in latyn by the moost famous doctour mayster...
Reception Buchi Emecheta
In the same year she was invited to be a Visiting Professor at USn universities including Pennsylvania State University , the University of California at Los Angeles , and the University of Illinois at...
Reception Sarah Grand
At her death, SG left all her manuscripts, copyrights, and published works to her step-granddaughter, Elizabeth Genevieve Bernadine Crawford Haldane McFall , daughter of Haldane McFall .
Kersley, Gillian. Darling Madame: Sarah Grand and Devoted Friend. Virago Press.
334-5, 100
Her letters and papers are now...
Textual Production Susannah Gunning
The title-page of this initially three-volume work calls the authors the Miss Minifies of Fairwater in Somersetshire—thus linking their identity with their rank.
Gunning, Susannah, and Margaret Minifie. The Histories of Lady Frances S—,— and Lady Caroline S——. R. and J. Dodsley.
The long subscription list includes Frances Boscawen , Jonas Hanway
Textual Production Anna Brownell Jameson
Anna Brownwell Murphy (later ABJ ) published A First or Mother's Dictionary for Children. If this date is correct, her first job as a governess had just ended.
It is the Osborne Collection and...
Textual Production Anna Brownell Jameson
The book's full title was A First or Mother's Dictionary for Children:containing upwards of three thousand eight hundred words which occur most frequently in books and conversation: simply and familiarly explained, and interspersed throughout with...
Textual Production Mary Collyer
This may well have been written out of financial need.
Immel, Andrea. “<span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>A Christmass-Box</span>. Mary Homebred and Mary Collyer: Connecting the Dots”. Children’s Books History Society Newsletter, No. 94, pp. 1-4.
The copy surviving at UCLA spent more than two centuries in the Ludford Box, a family collection of children's books from several eighteenth-century...


29 November 1969: ARPAnet, the Internet's precursor, established...

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29 November 1969

ARPAnet, the Internet's precursor, established its first link between UCLA and Stanford (after an earlier attempt when the system crashed). By early December it was connecting computers between those two, UC Santa Barbara , and...

1972: E-mail, based on programmes developed by...

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E-mail, based on programmes developed by Ray Tomlinson , was incorporated into ARPAnet. Tomlinson inaugurated the name-and-domain name convention, which, despite contentions, became widely adopted in the eighties as e-mail use proliferated.

1974: African American activist Angela Davis published...

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African American activist Angela Davis published Angela Davis: An Autobiography.


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