One Woman Determined to Make a Difference: The Life of Madeleine Zabriskie Doty
This work contains twelve chapters of Doty's uncompleted autobiography that were written in the last years of her life. Its purpose is to demonstrate the effort, convictions, and (for her day) the daring achievements of Dory as an early twentieth-century feminist. It describes her roles, just as a resident of Greenwich Village, as columnist, and one of the first women lawyers, and, for the last two-thirds of her life, as resident of Geneva, Switzerland, where she worked for international understanding and peace.
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FROM CHILDHOOD TO LAW SCHOOL
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