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Charlotte Eliza Humphry
Standard Name: Humphry, Charlotte Eliza
Used Form: Mrs C. E. Humphry
Birth Name: Charlotte Eliza Graham
Truth, under the pseudonym Madge: she is considered one of the originators of the women's gossip column. Following the success of her column, she published further journalism, books on etiquette, running a household, and the rules of behaviour in polite society for both women and men, whose roles are sharply separated. Her advice had widespread public appeal., a journalist at a time when the field was just opening up to women, began her career with a popular newspaper column aimed at women. This chatty column appeared in the society scandal journal
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. A Word to Women. James Bowden, 1898.
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. “Girl’s Gossip”. Te Aroha News, Vol.
5, No. 207, p. 3.
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. “How to be Pretty Though Plain”. The University of Chicago Press Books.
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. How to be Pretty Though Plain. James Bowden, 1899.
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. Manners for Men. James Bowden, 1897.
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. Manners for Women. James Bowden, 1897.
Humphry, Charlotte Eliza. “The Art of Good Living”. The Gentlewoman: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Gentlewomen, Vol.
42, No. 1094, p. 14.