Mary Shaw

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  • Mary Shaw (actress) — Mary Shaw Mary Shaw (1854–1929) was an American suffragette, early feminist, playwright and actress. Shaw was involved in the women s movement since the early 1890s, and in 1892 she became a member of the Professional Women s League. She played… …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Shaw (contralto) — Mary Shaw (1814 9 September 1876) was an English classical contralto who had an active international career in concerts and operas during the 1830s and 1840s. She is best remembered today for creating the role of Cuniza in the world premiere of… …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Shaw (computer scientist) — Mary Shaw (born 1943) is an American software engineer, and the Alan J. Perlis Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, United States. Shaw s main area of research interest is… …   Wikipedia

  • Shaw, Mary — (1860 1929)    Born in Boston, Mary Shaw debuted with the Boston Museum stock company in 1878. As a firebrand feminist, Shaw became a proponent of the plays of modernist dramatists Henrik Ibsen and George Bernard Shaw. After appearing on Broadway …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • Shaw on the American Stage —    The slow, steady acceptance of the plays of George Bernard Shaw (1856 1950) on the American stage began in the mid 1890s with his least controversial works: Arms and the Man, produced at the Herald Square Theatre in 1894, and The Devil s… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • Mary Ure — in the film Where Eagles Dare (1968) Born Eileen Mary Ure 18 February 1933(1933 02 18) Glasgow, Scotland …   Wikipedia

  • Shaw-cum-Donnington — is a civil parish in West Berkshire, Berkshire, England, just north of the town of Newbury. It includes the villages of Shaw and Donnington.The parish church is St Mary s Church and there is also a Church of England primary school. External links …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Poppins (film) — Mary Poppins Theatrical release poster Directed by Robert Stevenson Produced by …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Austin — Mary Hunter Austin um 1900 Fotografie von Charles Fletcher Lummis Mary Hunter Austin (* 9. September 1868 in Carlinville, Illinois; † 13. August 1934 in Santa Fe, New Mexico) war eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mary Fendrich Hulman — (March 13, 1905 April 10, 1998) was the wife of the late Indiana industrialist Anton Tony Hulman, Jr. and matriarch of the Hulman George family which today controls Hulman Co., the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indy Racing League. Contents… …   Wikipedia

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