Monthly Archives: July 2013

200 citations, 16 countries, 22 states

edited repost from my other blog, with comment below on its relevance to this one: Among the rewards provided to authors by Google Books and Amazon is knowing when, where, and by whom their works are cited in other books. … Continue reading

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Burnley, Lancashire: Springfield Road and Pendle Hill

Noticing recently that the earliest correspondence of the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor was written on Springfield Road in Burnley, I wondered if the same houses might be standing that were there in 1886, and the answer seems to be yes. … Continue reading

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Women in the Arts in the Belle Epoque on Genevieve Stebbins

This collection of essays published in 2012 includes a section by Nena Couch on Pauline Townsend, in which Genevieve Stebbins is discussed: Of the women active in the field, Genevieve Stebbins had a wide and lasting influence on thousands who … Continue reading

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