Marie von Bunsen was a German writer, watercolor painter, and literary salon host born in London on January 17, 1860. She was the daughter of Georg von Brunsen, a Prussian politician and Reichstag deputy. Between 1892 and 1927 she was a member of the Association of the Berlin artists
Suzanne Lenglen was a French tennis player born in Paris on May 24, 1899. Because of her ill health during her childhood years, her father decided to have her compete in tennis to gain physical strength. While it did improve her health, she found enjoyment in the sport and
Hermine Cloeter came from an old Hugenotten family, and was a member of the evangelical/protestant Church in Austria, having a protestant Priest as her father, Samual Gottfried Christoph Cloeter. In 1880 her family moved to Vienna, where she received an extensive private education in foreign languages, art history and
Ann was born in Vienna in 1891. She wrote many books, including novels, children’s books, and essays. She was a correspondence for the German and Austrian newspapers in New York and Chicago. She worked as a Professor in Vienna. She died in 1976.
Marianne Hainisch was born to wealth and lived in such her entire life, but she noticed the situation of other less fortunate women around her, and saw a need for social reform. She became very active in the Austrian women's rights and education movement. She founded the National Council
Friede von Bülow was a German author, a traveller in the African colonies and a founder in the beginning of German colonial novels. Her heritage is rich in noble Bülow blood, and she began her life in Smyrna, Turkey, where her father worked actively in the Prussian consulate. She