Emily Hartshorne Mudd
She obtained a master's in social work from the University of Pennsylvania, published paper: A Case Study in Marriage Counseling, the book; The Practice of MARRIAGE COUNSELING (ELMHURST COLLEGE LIBARU)
She was a onetime college dropout who trained to be a landscape architect before the trajectory of her life.
- Celello, Kristin (February 2000). "Mudd, Emily Borie Hartshorne". American National Biography Online. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
- Martha Woodall (4 May 1998). "Marriage-counseling Pioneer Dies At Age 99 Emily Hartshorne Mudd, A Champion Of Women's Rights, Founded Pa.'s First Birth-control Facility". Philly.com. External link in
- Mastroianni, Luigi (March 2000). "Emily Hartshorne Mudd; 6 September 1898–2 May 1998" (PDF). Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 144 (1).
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