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The Steel Behind Ellen Browning Scripps

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The Voice of San Diego -- But as University of San Diego historian Molly McClain has discovered, Scripps was hardly a model of snooty upper-class propriety. She had horrible handwriting, couldn't care less about fashionable clothes and promoted the rights of women long before they had a prayer of getting the vote.

She even landed on the cover of Time Magazine at a time when women made few appearances there. (Full Story)

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