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Bernays, Doris Elsa Fleischman (18 July 1892–10 July 1980), pioneer public relations counsel and early feminist, was born in New York City, the daughter of Samuel E. Fleischman, an attorney, and Harriet Rosenthal. Doris studied music and planned to become an opera singer when she completed her bachelor’s degree at Barnard College in 1913. Instead, that same year she joined the ...

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Fleischman, Doris E. (18 July 1891–10 July 1980), public relations counsel, was born in New York City, the daughter of Samuel E. Fleischman, a lawyer, and Harriet Rosenthal. She received a bachelor’s degree from Barnard College in 1913 and the next year was hired as a women’s page writer by the ...

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Husted, Marjorie Child (1892?–23 December 1986), public relations consultant, was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of Sampson Reed Child, a lawyer, and Alice Alberta Webber. Her first experience as a businesswoman was at the state fair, where she sold incubators, an exhibit her father acquired from a client in lieu of cash. A fortune-teller told her that she would make money by her own efforts, but she thought the idea crazy since no women she knew did such a thing....

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Meloney, Marie Mattingly (8 Dec. 1878–23 June 1943), editor, journalist, and public relations pioneer, was born Marie Mattingly in Bardstown, Kentucky. She was the youngest daughter of Peter Cyprian Mattingly, a physician, and Sarah Irwin, a college graduate and editor of Kentucky Magazine...