A Woman Bold Enough
"Jane Ross gives a deep description of her playwright about the first American women sculptor Harriet Goodhue Hosmer in the 1850's. After conducting research in many of the libraries in DC she narrates the story of women who dared to be a successful sculptor, which was uncommon at that time of the Victorian era. She tells us about Hosmer's upbringings, struggles, and accomplishments that helps us understand her as a woman bold enough to break out of her expected role"
Jane M. Ross
Grant - 99-QRG-12
Old Hat Productions
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The Humanities Council of DC
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