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Havemeyer, Louisine Waldron (28 July 1855–06 January 1929), collector, patron, and suffragist, was born Louisine Waldron Elder in New York City, the daughter of George William Elder, a merchant, and Mathilda Adelaide Waldron. In 1874 Louisine accompanied her sisters and recently widowed mother to Europe. She and her sister Adaline resided in Paris at the fashionable Del Sartre rooming house favored by women art students. ...

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Wright, Alice Morgan (10 October 1881–08 April 1975), sculptor and suffragette, was born in Albany, New York, the daughter of Henry Romeyn Wright, a merchant, and Emma Jane Morgan. Following her graduation from Smith College in 1904, she moved to New York City to begin her sculpture studies at the Art Students League, where her teachers included well-known sculptors Hermon Atkins MacNeil and ...