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Louisine Havemeyer

(1855–1929). Art collector and patron. Also a suffragist. With her husband, Henry O. Havemeyer (1847–1907), also a collector and patron as well as a businessman, she amassed a ...

Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt (1845–1926)   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of American Quotations (2 ed.)

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2008
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...Mary Cassatt 1845 – 1926 Why do people so love to wander? I think the civilized parts of the world will suffice for me in the future. letter to Louisine Havemeyer, Feb. 11,...

Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)   Reference library

Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (8 ed.)

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...Mary Cassatt 1844 – 1926 American artist Why do people so love to wander? I think the civilized parts of the world will suffice for me in the future. letter to Louisine Havemeyer, 11 February 1911 love to wander civilized ...

Mary Cassatt

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Oxford Essential Quotations (6 ed.)

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...Mary Cassatt 1844 – 1926 American artist Why do people so love to wander? I think the civilized parts of the world will suffice for me in the future. letter to Louisine Havemeyer, 11 February...

Exploration

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Oxford Essential Quotations (6 ed.)

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...days. Daniel Boone 1734 – 1820 American pioneer Chester Harding My Egotistigraphy (1866) ch. 2 Why do people so love to wander? I think the civilized parts of the world will suffice for me in the future. Mary Cassatt 1844 – 1926 American artist letter to Louisine Havemeyer, 11 February 1911 Polar exploration is at once the cleanest and most isolated way of having a bad time which has been devised. Apsley Cherry-Garrard 1882 – 1959 British polar explorer The Worst Journey in the World (1922) To speak, in conclusion, only of what has...

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