Anne Crawford Flexner

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Anne Crawford Flexner
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Anne Crawford Flexner, from a 1919 publication.
Born
Anne Laziere Crawford

June 27, 1874
Georgetown, Kentucky
DiedJanuary 11, 1955
Providence, Rhode Island
OccupationPlaywright
Spouse(s)Abraham Flexner
ChildrenEleanor Flexner
Jean Flexner
RelativesSimon Flexner (brother-in-law)

Anne Crawford Flexner (June 27, 1874 – January 11, 1955) born Anne Laziere Crawford[1] was an American playwright.[2][3] Her eldest daughter Jean Flexner, attended the London school of economics,[4] while her younger daughter Eleanor Flexner (1908-1995) was a noted scholar and proponent of women's studies.

Plays[edit]

  • Miranda of the Balcony (1901)
  • Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1904) - (filmed in 1914, 1919 and 1934)
  • A Lucky Star (1910)
  • The Marriage Game (1913)
  • The Blue Pearl (1918) - (filmed in 1920)
  • All Soul's Eve (1920) - (adapted into a 1921 silent film All Soul's Eve)
  • Aged 26 (1936)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Crawford Flexner; Internet Movie Database; IMDb.com[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Flexner, Anne Crawford". American National Biography. Oxford University Press. (subscription required)
  3. ^ Works of Anne Crawford Flexner; Internet Broadway Database(IBDb.com)
  4. ^ Bonner, Thomas Neville (1998). "Searching for Abraham Flexner". Academic Medicine. 73: 160–6. doi:10.1097/00001888-199802000-00014.