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In 1909 Sir Robert Baden-Powell's rally of boy scouts at the crystal palace was joined by 2,000 'Girl Scouts'. In an age where single sex education and heavy chaperoning until marriage was the norm, Sir Robert Baden-Powell recognised that a separate organisation for girls was necessary, and his sister 'Agnes was seen to be the person to lead it'. Agnes Baden-Powell, The st ...more
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Published December 22nd 2011 by Amberley Publishing
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Helen Gardner (1878–1946) was an American art historian and educator. Her Art Through the Ages remains a standard text for American art history classes.

Gardner was born in Manchester, New Hampshire and attended school in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. In 1901 she graduated with a degree in classics from the University of Chicago.[1] After an interval as a teacher, she returned to the same
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