List of sketches of notable people by Marguerite Martyn

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This is a list of sketches of notable people, or of their close relatives, drawn by Marguerite Martyn (American journalist, 1878-1948) and published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Mrs. Cornelius Cole, 1916

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Citations are to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch microfilm records.

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Women Charity Workers of National Fame Tell Marguerite Martyn Their Plans to End Injustice and Banish Evil From the World," May 22, 1910, image 1
  2. ^ "Judge Arnold Says Divorce Courts Are Schools for Perjury and Laws Governing Them Are Farce," December 12, 1915, image 35
  3. ^ "Belleville Business Woman In Hard Fight for State Office," October 26, 1912, image 3
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Women Leaders Among Republicans," June 17, 1924, images 38-39
  5. ^ "Why People Are Captivated by Lady Astor," May 6, 1922, image 14
  6. ^ a b c "Sketches of Notable Women Who Are Attending Jubilee Convention of Women Suffragists," March 27, 1919, image 3
  7. ^ a b "City Club Needed Advice; That Is Why It Gave a Luncheon to Women," July 21, 1912, image 1
  8. ^ "Congressman Baltz's Daughters to Drop the Hoe to Take Their Places in Society at Washington," December 15, 1912, image 45
  9. ^ a b c "Women Veterans and Newcomers at Convention," June 9, 1936, images 37 and 38
  10. ^ "'Suffrage? I'm Too Busy With My Babies,'" September 19, 1912, image 13
  11. ^ a b c d e "Harmony? They're All Out of It in Chicago," June 7, 1916, image 3
  12. ^ a b c d "Marguerite Martyn Finds the Speaker's Daughter a Regular Political Manager," June 38, 1912, image 6
  13. ^ "Sarah Bernhardt Tells Marguerite Martyn," March 12, 1911, image 1
  14. ^ a b c d e f g "Notable Women at Convention," July 6, 1924, image 5
  15. ^ "Amelia Bingham Would Not Relieve Men of Duties by Accepting Ballot," June 16, 1909, image 9
  16. ^ "Fighting for Equal Suffrage 50 Years Ago Vastly Different," March 30, 1919, image 1
  17. ^ "Bedraggled Suffragists March in Sloshy Shoes and With Bedraggled Banners to Impress Delegates," June 8, 1916, image5
  18. ^ a b c d "Mere Men Beware! The Suffragists Are Plotting 'Inside Politics,'" April 6, 1913, image 1
  19. ^ "Mother of Kindergarten System Who Began Here Talks of the Ideal Method to Marguerite Martyn," December 5, 1909, image 32
  20. ^ "Nelly Bly Tells Marguerite Martyn," May 14, 1911, image 37
  21. ^ a b c "When the Movie Stars Came to St. Louis," August 25, 1924, image 26
  22. ^ "'Most Beautiful Suffragette' Still the Eternal Feminine," March 22, 1914, image 1
  23. ^ "Language of Soul Same in Aristocrat and Plebeian, Says 'La Marechale,'" May 11, 1916, image 3
  24. ^ a b c "Marguerite Martyn Is in Desperate Chase After Suffragettes Who Are in Lively Pursuit of Reporters," July 6, 1908, image 3
  25. ^ "Intimate Study of 'Grandmother of the Russian Revolution,'" May 25, 1919, image 15
  26. ^ "Mrs. Schuyler Britton New Owner of the Cardinals Tells Marguerite Martyn," April 9, 1911, Page 1, Editorial Section
  27. ^ "'Baseball Better Mental Exercise for Women Than Bridge,'" April 14, 1912, image 15
  28. ^ a b "St. Louis Princess Threatens International Complications," April 22, 1906, image 60
  29. ^ "A Real Champion: Mary K. Browne," October 18, image 126
  30. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Finds Mrs. Bryan, Possible Mistress of the White House, Just the Balancing Weight Needed to Neutralize Husband's Lack of Reserve," July 12, 1908, image 1
  31. ^ "A Fashion Show for the Democratic women," July 9, 1924, image 30
  32. ^ "What-to-Wear Problem Not Solved at Horse Show," October 28, 1914, image 15
  33. ^ a b c d e f "Ladies of G.O.P. Have Their Day," June 16, 1932, image 29
  34. ^ "Answers Thosands of Questions a Week," November 13, 1931, image 46
  35. ^ "Andrew Carnegie Proud of the West," May 1, 1913, image 1
  36. ^ "How the Military Genius of a Woman Came to the Aid of Lincoln," February 14, 1918, image 13
  37. ^ "Styles Seen at the Derby," May 22, 1928, image 33
  38. ^ "The Castles," May 8, 1914, image 15
  39. ^ "Actress Who Is 28 Inches Tall Tells Miss Martyn She Would Keep House," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 5, 1910, image 9
  40. ^ "American Women Are Chic Parisians in Paris, Says Mme. Chaminade," November 29, 1908, image 26
  41. ^ "'When Your Child Fibs,Tell Him a Whopper!' Is One of the Precepts Prof. Chubb Gives Marguerite Martyn," March 31, 1912, image 1
  42. ^ "Turn Back the Clock and Hide the Calendar!" image 17
  43. ^ a b c d e f "With the Lively Ladies of Democracy," June 28, 1932
  44. ^ "Phoebe Couzins Tells Why She Has Changed All Her Former Beliefs," May 12, 1909, image 9
  45. ^ a b "Overheard at a Municipal Opera Rehearsal," July 11, 1920, image 71
  46. ^ "Inside Story of How Women Won," April 13, 1919, image 33
  47. ^ a b "Margaret Martyn Finds 'Convention Widows' a Factor in Chicago's Political Show," June 16, 1908, image 11
  48. ^ "Woman's Plan Is to Save Missouri by Talking for It, Miss Martyn Is Told," January 6, 1910
  49. ^ "Sketches at the Coliseum Made for the Post-Dispatch by Marguerite Martyn," June 16, 1916, image 5
  50. ^ a b "Ladies of the Rodeo," September 19, 1933, image 29
  51. ^ "Countess de Swirsky Tells Marguerite Martyn," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 23, 1911, image 1
  52. ^ "Women Superior to Men, Marie Doro Is Most Sure of That," January 13, 1909, image 4
  53. ^ "Sketch of Doxey, His Wife, Witness Who Identified Her and Erder Home," December 5, 1909, image 25
  54. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Does Not Believe Mrs. Doxey Is Aroused to Her Plight," May 24, 1910, image 2
  55. ^ "Demeanor of Women in Doxey Trial Is Contrasted by Marguerite Martyn," May 29, 1910, image 18
  56. ^ "A Proper Flying Costume," June 4, 1928, image 41
  57. ^ "Catherine Elkins Worthy of Pity, Rather Than Envy, Thinks Marguerite Martyn," October 18, 1908, image 9
  58. ^ "If Your Name Is Hazel You Can Prove That You Are Under 30 Years of Age," April 4, 1919, image 2
  59. ^ "Lillian Russell Is the Model Julian Eltinge Tries to Copy When He Becomes a Dazzling Beauty," November 11, 1908, image 9
  60. ^ a b "Home Is Woman's Sphere; Divorce Too Common in This Country," October 22, 1908, image 13
  61. ^ "On the Firing Line With Our St. Louis Suffragettes," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 9, 1913, image 1
  62. ^ February 26, 1911 "'The More I See of Civilization, the More I Like — Indians,'" February 26, 1911, image 1
  63. ^ Marguerite Martyn, "A Defender of the Modern Woman," May 30, 1933, image 15
  64. ^ "Ballot Is Aristocracy of Sex, Miss Martyn Is Told by Federal Agent," image 11
  65. ^ a b c d "On the Firing Line With Our St. Louis Suffragettes," February 9, 1913, image 1
  66. ^ a b "Marguerite Martyn Enjoys Thrills While Watching the Gans-Nelson Fight," October 12, 1908, image 9
  67. ^ "Mary Garden Tells Marguerite Martyn," January 8, 1911, image 1
  68. ^ a b c d e "Little Surprises at the Governor's Inaugural Ball," January 19, 1913, image 11
  69. ^ "Marvelous Genee Lives For and Thinks Only of Her Fairylike Dancing," March 10, 1909, image 9
  70. ^ "Cardinal Gibbons Interviewed by Marguerite Martyn," September 22, 1912, image1
  71. ^ "Charles Dana Gibson Gives Marguerite Martyn a Kind Word for Little Girls; the "Cotton-Made Gibson Man? He Is Discovered!" November 15, 1908, image 9
  72. ^ a b c d e f g h "A Woman for Vice President," June 30, 1932, image 34
  73. ^ "Emma Goldman Says Anarchism Will Mean Absolute Equality and Freedom for Women With No Moral Code," November 1, 1908, image 9
  74. ^ a b "Emma Goldman's Talk as Heard by Miss Martyn," February 3, 1910, image 4
  75. ^ a b "Notables at Denver Snapped and Sketched, Better Known Ones Being Thoroughly Camera-Broke, Newer Ones Still Pencil-Shy," July 8, 1908, image 1
  76. ^ "Be Shy, Mrs. Gould's Winning Rule," March 13, 1912, image 8
  77. ^ "Hetty Green's Son Tells Marguerite Martyn," May 7, 1911, image 1
  78. ^ "Woman Delegate Worries Over Clothes, Just Like Merry Convention Widow," June 19, 1908, image 3
  79. ^ a b c d e f g "Mrs. Hadley Keeps to Her Room, Unmindful That Governor Is the Talk of Chicago," June 21, 1912, image 4
  80. ^ "'I Have Looked at Your Society Woman's Duties With a Magnifying Glass, and I Cannot Find One Worthy of the Name,'" February 25, 1912, image 1
  81. ^ "Mrs. Harding Wears Her Old Clothes on Campaign Trip," October 17, 1920, image 66
  82. ^ a b c "Sketched at Chicago," June 7, 1920, image 3
  83. ^ "Mrs. Hearst Loves Babies, Politics and Journalism," September 19, 1908, image 3
  84. ^ a b c "Femininity at the Convention," June 27, 1924, image 3
  85. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Scores the Herrick Writers for Half Truths About Women," August 31, 1908, image 3
  86. ^ "Miss Hoffman's Salome Abnormal as Sin — But Art, Says Marguerite Martyn," January 7, 1909, image 13
  87. ^ "Mrs. Houston, With Great Executive Ability, Is Natural Aid in Her Husband's Progress," March 13, 1913, image 13
  88. ^ "Inside Glimpse Into the Workaday Methods of Fannie Hurst, Famous Short-Story Author," August 22, 1914, image 5
  89. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Ropes a Mighty Lariat Thrower," November 12, 1911, image 13
  90. ^ "Mother Jones Not as Belligerent at Near View as Her War-Like Record Might Indicate," June 29, 1915, image 3
  91. ^ "'Five Years From Now Will See the End of Strikes,' Declares Mother Jones," May 13, 1918, image 3
  92. ^ "'The Most Beautiful Woman' Tells Marguerite Martyn," February 12, 1911
  93. ^ "Charity Worker Tells Miss Martyn How 'Philanthropist' Employers Ruin Women's Lives by Underpaying Them," May 29, 1910, image 1
  94. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Finds Fascinating Mrs. Kern a Baseball Fan; Thinks She and Her Jolly Household Would Awaken Washington," July 19, 1908, image 9
  95. ^ "Senator Kinney Says Tax on Bachelors Will Make Them Real Useful Citizens," February 25, 1909, image 6
  96. ^ "Sketches of Women Prominent in St. Louis Life," November 28, 1908, image8
  97. ^ "'Every Woman Should Have a Job,'" April 20, 1919, image 1
  98. ^ "Women's Council Both Stirred and Amused by Men's Good-Humored Debate on Film Censorship," January 8, 1916, image3
  99. ^ "A Noted Judge Decides for the Movies," February 26, 1936, image 37
  100. ^ "Pencil and Pen Pictures Show Bryan's Daughter a Beauty of Artist's Type," July 8, 1908, image 11
  101. ^ "Marriage and Diplomatic Service," September 4, 1936, image 41
  102. ^ by Frederick H. Brennan, "Fifi Widener Comes Home," November 22, 1925, image 123
  103. ^ "Two Sketches and a Photograph of the Russian Singer Who Believes in Suffrage," January 28, 1910, image 11
  104. ^ "The Guillotine for Jack London, Say Western Women," February 4, 1906, image 50
  105. ^ "Mrs. Longworth, Lobster Salad, Chauncey M. Depew and Gossip Exhilirate Marguerite Martyn," June 18, 1908, image 13
  106. ^ a b c "Miss Martyn Finds Grand Opera Brilliance at Roosevelt Meeting," June 18, 1912, image 4
  107. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Tells of Women's Fears and Joys at Convention Session," June 19, 1912, image 4
  108. ^ "A Priest's Story of His Mother," January 4, 1935, image 41
  109. ^ "Joan Lowell Talks of Future," October 27, 1930, image 33
  110. ^ "Women, Not Men, First, Is the Rule in Baltimore, Marguerite Martyn Finds," June 26, 1912, image 4
  111. ^ "'Libraries and Art Museums Are Failures,' Says Percy MacKaye, February 16, 1913, image 1
  112. ^ "Mrs. Eliot W. Major Gives a 'Woman to Woman Interview," January 5, 1913, image 1
  113. ^ "Mansfield and Some of His Auditors When He Described Actors on Stage and in Real Life," May 3, 1906, image 7
  114. ^ a b "Marguerite Martyn at the Inauguration of President Wilson," March 9, 1913, image 1
  115. ^ "Great Stage Manager Lost to World," December 3, 1909, image 13
  116. ^ "How to Be Symmetrical, Agile and Graceful," September 26, 1927, image 29
  117. ^ a b "Miss Martyn Sees Suffrage Meeting Turned Into a Bully Roosevelt Rally," June 17, 1912, image 2
  118. ^ "George McManus and Wife Convince Marguerite Martyn They Are Newlyweds in Real Life," January 26, 1910, image 9
  119. ^ "Brazil Almost a Paradise for Women, Whose Chief Pleasure Is to Please the Men," October 27, 1912, image 1
  120. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Finds Mrs. Meriwether's Latest Book Belies Her 87 Years," August 18, 1910, image 11
  121. ^ "Mrs. Elizabeth A. Meriwether, St. Louis Woman Author in the Who's-Who Book," July 18, 1914, image 5
  122. ^ "Patsy Ruth Comes Back in Triumph," October 18, 1924, image 14
  123. ^ "Japanese Prima Donna Would Wear American Evening Gowns If She Were Not So Little," October 13, 1915, image 3
  124. ^ "Miss Anne Morgan and Others Outline Part Women Can Play in the Preparedness Movement in Addresses Before the Town Club," March 5, 1916, image 31
  125. ^ "'Czar' Mulvihill Has Wee Lenten 'Lid' of His Own; Dry 'Mid Enticing Bottles," April 17, 1908, image 7
  126. ^ "Mme. Nazimova Raps the Butterfly Women Fluttering About Men," November 27, 1908, image 18
  127. ^ "Nazimova: An Off-Stage Glimpse of the Famous Actress, February 4, 1936, image 27
  128. ^ a b c [https://stltoday.newspapers.com/image/139024112/?terms=Marguerite%2BMartyn "Mrs. Gann Rocks G.O.P. Social Boat by Snubbing Hostess," June 15, 1932, image 38]
  129. ^ "'My Voice Is My Child,' Declares Madame Nordica, January 22, 1912, image 14
  130. ^ "What Is Society? Toto Papin Explains," December 18, 1910, image 1
  131. ^ "Sylvia Pankhurst Tells Marguerite Martyn," March 19, 1911, image 13
  132. ^ "The Wiles of a Successful Suffragette," January 28, 1912, image 1
  133. ^ "Women Likened to a Blizzard Freeze by Rev. Dr. Pankhurst," March 12, 1909, image 11
  134. ^ "Mrs. Pennybacker, Dainty and Vivacious," February 20, 1913, image 13
  135. ^ a b "Woman Reporter's Description of the Several Types of Women Whose Speeches Won Convention Crowd," June 13, 1920, image 60
  136. ^ "Maker of Billiken Tells Marguerite Martyn How She Created the Little God of Optimism," November 7, 1909, image 14
  137. ^ "Billikens Girl With Billikens' Smile, Marries," February 15, 1912, image 11
  138. ^ "She Wants to Be So Very Genteel!" April 2, 1911, image 15
  139. ^ "Youthful Suffragette, a Debutante, Will Lead St. Louis Women in a Militant Franchise Campaign," March 13, 1910, image 1
  140. ^ "Woman Sociologist Tells Miss Martyn Taft is the Louis XVI of America," May 19, 1910, image 13
  141. ^ "St. Louis Gave Her a Start on Broadway," September 29, 1931, image 28
  142. ^ "A Woman In Command," October 18, 1912, image 15
  143. ^ a b c "Women May Elect President," October 20, 1912, image59
  144. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Tells of an Evening at the Open Forum When Miss Rumbold Held Her Own Among the Radicals There," December 8, 1915, image3
  145. ^ "Contentment Is Secret of Beauty, Says Lillian Russell, Fair and Fat, But Not Too Fat, at Forty," April 27, 1908, image 9
  146. ^ "Lillian Russell Tell Marguerite Martyn How Simple Use of Common Sense Preserves Youth," December 12, 1915, image 44
  147. ^ "Archbishop Ryan Believes Women Taxpayers Should Vote, He Tells Miss Martyn," December 19, 1909, image 25
  148. ^ "'The Lady Hercules' Tells Marguerite Martyn," June 4, 1911, image 11
  149. ^ "Mrs. Sanger, Who Defies Federal Law, Outlines Her Work for Birth Control Among the Poor," May 21, 1916, image 37
  150. ^ "Husbands to Pay Wives and No More Old Maids, Ideals Prof. Schmidt Outlines to Marguerite Martyn," January 30, 1912, image 11
  151. ^ "English Folk Dance Leader Defines Ideal of Dancing and Demonstrates It for St. Louisans," March 30, 1916, image 3
  152. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Interviews Finley J. Shepard," December 18, 1912, image13
  153. ^ "A St. Louis Author at Work," October 18, 1934, image 36
  154. ^ "Wife of Gipsy Smith Is Not a Gipsy, But She Is a Real Nomad," image 8
  155. ^ "Smoot Expects Women to Vote, But Not to Rule," October 26, 1909, image 11
  156. ^ "Mrs. Philip Snowden, Noted Suffragist From Over the Seas, Tells Marguerite Martyn," November 6, 1910, image 13
  157. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Finds Aviatrice," October 12, 1912, image 3
  158. ^ "War to Bring Greater Socialization of World, Rose Pastor Stokes Tells Marguerite Martyn," March 19, 1916, image 27
  159. ^ "Child, Who at 13 Is an Educational Wonder, Has Ambition to Be a Cowboy and an Editor," November 12, 1915, image 13
  160. ^ "Marguerite Martyn at Palm Beach," March 12, 1925, image 42
  161. ^ "Countess de Swirsky Tells Marguerite Martyn," April 23, 1911, image 13
  162. ^ a b "Talk About Fuss and Feathers at Chicago Convention," June 14, 1908, image 1
  163. ^ "Let Women Vote, But Never, Never Hold Office, Says Mrs. William H. Taft to Marguerite Martyn," June 25, 1908, image 11
  164. ^ "The Well-Dressed Actress," April 5, 1932, image 86
  165. ^ "St. Louis Poetess, Whose Verses Pulsate, Tells Marguerite Martyn the Secret of Her Many Triumphs," June 1, 1910, image 11
  166. ^ "Next in the 'Who's Who' Series is Sara Teasdale, Famous Poetess," July 23, 1914, image 14
  167. ^ "A New Ally for Suffragists and Who Do You Think It Is? Shakspeare," November 27, 1910, image 1
  168. ^ "Tetrazinni Seems to Be a Bit of a Tyrant, Says Marguerite Martyn," February 1, 1911, image 11
  169. ^ "Tetrazzini Cook Spaghetti? No? But Caruso Said So?" February 20. 1911, image 3
  170. ^ "Mrs. M. Louise Thomas, Another 'Who's Who' and the 'Why'of It," July 2, 1914, image15
  171. ^ "Miss Thornburgh's Fiancé Not Converted YET," November 10, 1912, image 39
  172. ^ "'American Women Independent? Bah! They Don't Dare Do Anything Unconventional,' Princess Troubetzkoy Tells Marguerite Martyn," March 17, 1912, image 1
  173. ^ "Father Vaughan, Scourger of Social Wickedness, Finds St. Louis Society So Good, He Becomes Its Devotee, Says Marguerite Martyn," May 5, 1912, image 13
  174. ^ "Marguerite Martyn Finds Mrs. Vermilya, Feminine (More Than) Forty, Fat and Not Her Conception of a Wholesome Poisoner," November 26, 1911, image 45
  175. ^ "Baroness Von Suttner Tells How to End War," October 20, 1912, image 1
  176. ^ "It's a Shame the Way They Abuse Waddell, Says Marguerite Martyn After Hearing Rube's Sad Story," June 3, 1908, image 9
  177. ^ "Marry Anyway, Advice of Summer Garden Actress for Marguerite Martyn," June 17, 1910, image 11
  178. ^ "Eugene Walter, Playwright, Gives Marguerite Martyn New Ideas on Suffrage," June 27, 1910, image 7
  179. ^ "Fannie Ward, Who Left St. Louis Poor, Returns Rich to Buy Her Girlhood Home in Dayton Street," March 28, 1909, image 22
  180. ^ "Fannie Ward Tells Marguerite Martyn," May 21, 1911, image 13
  181. ^ "'I Am Not Quitting,' Says Hunnewell's New Mayor," September 3, 1911, image 43
  182. ^ "Jane Frances Winn in Who's-Who Book," August 13, 1914, image 15
  183. ^ "Wu Ting Fang Tells Marguerite Martyn Why the American Woman Should Vote," October 24, 1909, image 11
  184. ^ "Gay Dinner Parties at 60 Below," August 12, 1913, image 6
  185. ^ "Living With an Alarm Clock 25 Years 'Made' Mrs. Young," August 22, 1909, image 1