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Women - Notable Historical Events

Elizabeth Cady StantonJul 19, 1848

Sojourner TruthMay 29, 1851

Martha WashingtonMar 2, 1903

Molla MallorySep 25, 1920

Annie OakleyApr 16, 1922

Helen Wills MoodyAug 18, 1923

Benito MussoliniMay 12, 1928

Elizabeth RyanJul 4, 1930

Betty NuthallAug 23, 1930

Alice MarbleSep 7, 1940

FDRJul 30, 1942

Betsy RawlsApr 24, 1951

Darlene HardJul 6, 1957

Mickey WrightJul 13, 1958

JFKJun 10, 1963

Mary MillsJul 20, 1963

Margaret Smith CourtSep 8, 1963

Kathy WhitworthSep 8, 1963

Dorothy HeightMar 20, 1965

Billie Jean KingJul 8, 1967

Virginia WadeSep 5, 1968

Donna CaponiJun 29, 1969

Charles MansonJan 25, 1971

Chris EvertJul 5, 1974

Jimmy CarterSep 20, 1976

Nancy LopezMay 6, 1979

Beth DanielSep 7, 1980

Pat BradleyMar 29, 1981

Martina NavratilovaJun 5, 1982

Betsy KingMar 25, 1984

Hana MandlikovaSep 7, 1985

Jane GeddesJul 14, 1986

Laura DaviesJul 28, 1987

Monica SelesJun 9, 1990

Steffi GrafJul 6, 1991

Meg MallonJul 14, 1991

Neil SimonMar 24, 1992

Patty SheehanJul 26, 1992

Martina HingisSep 7, 1997

Venus WilliamsJul 9, 2000

Serena WilliamsJul 7, 2002

Maria SharapovaJul 3, 2011

Emma WatsonSep 18, 2014

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Women - Historical Events
Date Event
752

Romulus, first king of Rome, celebrates the first Roman triumph after his victory over the Caeninenses, following the Rape of the Sabine Women.

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AD
631-06-11

Emperor Taizong of Tang of China, sends envoys to the Xueyantuo bearing gold and silk to persuade release of Chinese prisoners captured during transition from Sui to Tang from northern frontier; succeeded in freeing 80,000 Chinese men and women.

1522-07-13

Hunger appeal by women of Utrecht

1531-05-31

"Women's Revolt" in Amsterdam: wool house in churchyard aborted

1664-09-20

Maryland passes 1st anti-amalgamation law to stop intermarriage of English women & black men

1678-06-25

Elena Cornaro Piscopia, a Venetian, is awarded a doctorate of philosophy - first women to receive a university doctoral decree

1729-11-28

Natchez Indians massacre 138 Frenchmen, 35 French women, and 56 children at Fort Rosalie, near the site of modern-day Natchez, Mississippi.

1747-11-30

Dutch State of Zealand declare governorship hereditary for women

1764-02-21

John Wilkes thrown out of English House of Commons for "Essay on Women"

1775-01-17

9 old women burnt as witches for causing bad harvests, Kalisk, Pol

1778-07-03

British forces massacre 360 men, women & children in Wyoming, Pa

1789-10-05

French Revolution: Women of Paris march to Versailles in the March on Versailles to confront Louis XVI about his refusal to promulgate the decrees on the abolition of feudalism, demand bread, and have the King and his court moved to Paris.

1789-10-06

French Revolution: Louis XVI returns to Paris from Versailles after being confronted by the Parisian women on 5 October

1792-04-01

Gronings feminist Etta Palm demands women's right to divorce

1798-03-04

Catholic women force to do penance for kindling sabbath fire for Jews

1805-11-18

30 women meet at Mrs Silas Lee's home in Wiscasset, Maine, organizes Female Charitable Society, first woman's club in America

1811-01-09

1st Women's Golf Tournament held

1836-09-01

Narcissa Whitman, one of the first white women to settle west of the Rocky Mountains, arrives at Walla Walla, Washington.

1837-09-06

Oberlin Collegiate Institute of Ohio goes co-ed (4 women, 30 men)

1837-11-08

Mount Holyoke Seminary in Mass-1st US college founded for women

1838-02-16

Kentucky passes law permitting women to attend school under conditions

1838-07-04

Huskar Colliery Mining Disaster in Silkstone England: Mining pit floods during a rainstorm drowning 26 children, leads to the 1842 commission on the employment of children and women in mines which resulted in the banning of female and child labour underground

1848-07-19

1st US women's rights convention held in Seneca Falls NY, organised by Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Lucretia Mott

1848-11-01

First US women's medical school opens (Boston)

1850-08-23

1st national women's rights convention convenes in Worcester Mass

1850-10-12

First women's medical school (Women's Medical College of Penns), opens

1851-05-29

Sojourner Truth addresses 1st Black Women's Rights Convention (Akron)

1852-03-29

Ohio makes it illegal for children under 18 & women to work more than 10 hours a day

1853-10-06

4th National Women's Rights Convention opens in Cleveland Ohio

1855-09-03

Indian Wars: In Nebraska, 700 soldiers under American General William S. Harney avenge the Grattan Massacre by attacking a Sioux village, killing 100 men, women, and children.

1862-05-15

Major Gen Benjamin F Butler issues order (New Orleans) that confederate women abusing union soldiers be treated as whores

1865-10-11

Paul Bogle led hundreds of black men and women in a march in Jamaica, starting the Morant Bay rebellion.

1867-05-20

British parliament rejects John Stuart Mills' proposals on women's suffrage

1868-03-21

1st US professional women's club, Sorosis, forms in NYC

1869-12-10

Women suffrage (right to vote) granted in Wyoming Territory (US 1st)

1870-01-23

173 Blackfoot (140 women & children) killed in Montana by US Army

1870-02-10

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association) forms (NYC)

1872-11-05

American women's right to vote advocate Susan B. Anthony votes for Ulysses S. Grant

1873-10-08

First women's prison run by women opens at Indiana Reformatory Institute

1879-02-15

Congress authorizes women lawyers to practice before Supreme Ct

1884-03-08

Susan B. Anthony addresses the U.S. House Judiciary Committee arguing for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting women the right to vote. Anthony's argument came 16 years after legislators had first introduced a federal women's suffrage amendment.

1884-03-12

Mississippi establishes 1st US state college for women

1888-09-30

"Jack the Ripper" murders 2 more women, Liz Stride & Kate Eddowes, in Whitechapel, London

1889-07-13

6th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Blanche Hillyard beats Lena Rice (4-6 8-6 6-4)

1889-11-05

Louisa Woosley first women to be ordained as a minister in any Presbyterian denomination (US Cumberland Presbyterian Church).

1889-12-13

Belgium rules on women/child labor law

1891-05-22

1st motion picture shown to Natl Federation of Women's Clubs

1891-07-09

8th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Lottie Dod beats Blanche Hillyard (6-2 6-1)

1891-11-10

1st Women's Christian Temperance Union meeting held (in Boston)

1893-07-28

A petition demanding women's suffrage is delivered to the New Zealand parliament; it is signed by more 25,000 women, about a 5th of the entire adult European female population

1893-09-19

New Zealand is first country to grant all women the right to vote

1893-11-28

Women vote in a national election for the first time: the New Zealand general election.

1894-07-18

11th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Blanche Hillyard beats E Austin (6-1 6-1)

1894-08-02

Dutch Society for Women Suffrage gets royal charter

1896-01-06

1st US women's 6-day bicycle race starts, Madison Square Garden

1896-07-21

National Federation of Afro-American Women & Colored Women's

1896-11-01

First bare-breasted women (Zulu) to appear in National Geographic Magazine

1900-03-13

In France the length of the workday for women and children is limited to 11 hours by law.

1900-07-04

17th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Blanche Hillyard beats C Sterry (4-6 6-4 6-4)

1901-01-24

Emily Hobhouse views the British administrated concentration camp at Bloemfontein for women and children

1901-07-03

18th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Charlotte Sterry beats B Hillyard (6-2 6-2)

1901-10-18

Belgium's Louise of den Plas begins activities towards women rights

1902-02-06

Young Women's Hebrew Association organizes in NYC

1902-12-10

Women are given the right to vote in Tasmania.

1903-03-02

Martha Washington Hotel, catering to women only, opens in NYC

1903-10-10

The Women's Social and Political Union was formed by Emmeline Pankhurst to fight for women's rights in Britain.

1903-12-16

Majestic Theater, NYC, becomes 1st in US to employ women ushers

1904-06-29

21st Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Dorothea Chambers beats C Sterry (6-0 6-3)

1905-02-17

Frances Willard becomes 1st women honored in National Statuary Hall

1905-07-08

22nd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: May Bundy beats D Chambers (6-3 6-4)

1907-02-07

The Mud March was the first large procession organized by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS).

1907-02-13

English suffragettes storm British Parliament & 60 women are arrested

1907-03-15

Finland is 1st European country to give women the right to vote

1907-06-14

Norway adopts female suffrage for middle class women only in parliamentary elections

1908-03-07

Cincinnati Mayor Mark Breith stood before city council & announces that, "women are not physically fit to operate automobiles"

1908-06-15

World congress for Women's rights opens in Amsterdam

1908-07-03

25th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Charlotte Sterry beats A Morton (6-4 6-4)

1908-12-09

The German Reichstag adopts a progressive social law restricting hours of factory work by young people and women

1909-06-18

Nannie Burroughs forms national training School for Women

1909-07-03

26th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Dora Boothby beats A Morton (6-4 4-6 8-6)

1909-08-06

Alice Ramsey and three friends become the first women to complete a transcontinental auto trip.

1910-06-25

Mann Act passed (no women across state lines for immoral purposes)

1910-11-08

1st Washington State election in which women could vote

1911-03-08

International Women's Day is launched in Copenhagen, Denmark, by Clara Zetkin, leader of the Women's Office for the Social Democratic Party in Germany.

1911-09-17

25th US Women's Tennis: Hazel H Wightman beats F Sutton (8-10 6-1 9-7)

1912-05-29

15 young women fired by Curtis Publishing for dancing "Turkey Trot" during their lunch break

1912-06-15

26th US Women's Tennis: Mary K Browne beats Eleonora Sears (6-4 6-2)

1912-07-08

29th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Ethel Larcombe beats C Sterry (6-3 6-1)

1913-01-13

Delta Sigma Theta, the world's largest Black Women's Sorority is founded at Howard University, Washington DC

1913-05-07

British House of Commons rejects women's right to vote

1913-07-04

30th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Dorothea Chambers beats W McNair (6-0 6-4)

1913-09-16

1000s of women demonstrate for Dutch female suffrage

1913-09-22

The first batch of Indian passive resisters, consisting of 12 men and 4 women (including Mrs. Kasturba Gandhi) are arrested at Volksrust and imprisoned in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

1913-09-23

Women protests take place in the Free State, South Africa, led by Charlotte Maxeke, resisting government attempts to impose passes on women; passes are burnt in front of the municipal offices

1913-10-21

Transvaal women satyagrahis begin defiance activities, hawking without licenses in Vereeniging; they cross the Natal border and encourage the miners in Newcastle to strike

1914-01-20

The first group of Transvaal Indian women satyagrahis are released from Pietermaritzburg Prison in South Africa after three months imprisonment

1914-01-27

A petition is written and submitted by the black and coloured women of the Orange Free State, an independent Boer sovereign republic in southern Africa, against the carrying of passes by women

1914-05-06

British House of Lords rejects women's suffrage

1914-07-04

31st Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Dorothea Chambers beats E Larcombe (7-5 6-4)

1915-01-12

House of Reps rejects proposal to give women right to vote

1915-06-05

Denmark amends its constitution to allow women's suffrage.

1915-06-16

The foundation of the British Women's Institute.

1915-10-23

25,000 women march in New York City demanding right to vote

1916-03-25

Women are allowed to attend a boxing match

1916-04-01

1st US national women's swiming championships held

1916-06-06

Voters in East Cleveland approves women suffrage

1916-10-17

Dutch women demonstrate for female suffrage

1917-03-17

1st exclusively women's bowling tournament begins in St Louis

1917-11-06

NY allows women to vote

1918-02-06

Britain grants women (30 & over) vote

1918-05-21

US House of Representatives passes amendment allowing women to vote

1919-06-04

Senate passes Women's Suffrage bill

1920-02-08

Swiss men vote against women's suffrage

1920-02-14

League of Women Voters forms in Chicago

1920-07-03

33rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats D Chambers (6-3 6-0)

1920-08-18

US ratifies the 19th Amendment to the constitution bringing in women's suffrage

1920-09-25

34th US Women's Tennis: Molla Mallory beats M Zinderstein (6-3 6-1)

1921-03-06

Police in Sunbury, Penn, issue an edict requiring Women to wear skirts at least 4 inches below the knee

1921-04-24

1st municipal elections for men & women in Belgium

1921-06-11

Brazil adopts women suffrage

1921-06-29

34th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats E Ryan (6-2 6-0)

1921-08-20

35th US Women's Tennis: Molla Mallory beats M Browne (4-6 6-4 6-2)

1922-04-16

Annie Oakley sets women's record by breaking 100 clay targets in a row

1922-07-05

Women 1st vote in Dutch elections, Christian parties win

1922-07-08

35th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats M Mallory (6-2 6-0)

1922-08-20

1st world championship athletics for women, held in Paris

1923-05-28

Attorney General says it is legal for women to wear trousers anywhere

1923-08-18

37th US Women's Tennis: Helen Wills Moody beats Molla Mallory (6-2 6-1)

1925-07-03

38th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats Joan Fry (6-2 6-0)

1925-08-24

39th US Women's Tennis: Helen Wills Moody beats K McKane (3-6 6-0 6-2)

1926-07-03

39th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Kitty Godfree beats L de Alvarez (6-2 4-6 6-3)

1926-07-20

A convention of the Methodist Church votes to allow women to become priests.

1926-08-23

40th US Women's Tennis: Molla Mallory beats Elizabeth Ryan (4-6 6-4 9-7)

1927-08-30

41st US Women's Tennis: Helen Wills Moody beats Betty Nuthall (61 64)

1928-05-07

The United Kingdom lowers age of women voters from 30 to 21

1928-05-12

Benito Mussolini ends women's rights in Italy

1928-07-02

British parliament reduces the age at women can vote to 21 - the same as men (Representation of the People Act 1928)

1928-08-27

42nd US Women's Tennis: Helen W Moody beats Helen Hull Jacobs (6-2 6-1)

1929-08-24

43rd US Women's Tennis: Helen Wills Moody beats Phoebe H Watson (6-4 6-2)

1929-10-18

Women are considered "Persons" under Canadian law.

1930-05-19

White women win voting rights in South Africa

1930-07-04

43rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats Elizabeth Ryan (6-2 6-2)

1930-08-23

44th US Women's Tennis: Betty Nuthall beats Anna McCune Harper (6-1 6-4)

1930-11-24

Ruth Nichols sets women's transcontinental air flight record (Mineola, NY to California), in a Lockheed-Vega

1931-02-05

Maxine Dunlap becomes 1st US women to earn a glider pilot license

1931-07-03

44th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Cilly Aussem beats H Sperling (6-2 7-5)

1931-08-20

45th US Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats Eileen Whitingstall (6-4 6-1)

1931-08-23

45th US Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats Eileen B Whitingstall (6-4 6-1)

1932-02-18

Sonja Henie wins her 6th straight World Women's figure skating title

1932-08-19

46th US Women's Tennis: Helen Jacobs beats Carolin A Babcock (6-2 6-2)

1933-07-01

German nazi regime declares that married women shouldn't work

1933-07-08

46th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats D Round (6-4 6-8 6-3)

1933-08-19

47th US Women's Tennis: Helen Jacobs beats Helen Moody (8-6 3-6 3-0 ret)

1933-11-19

Women allowed to vote in Spain (helps right wing)

1934-08-18

48th US Women's Tennis: Helen Jacobs beats Sarah H Cooke (6-1 6-4)

1934-08-19

48th US Women's Tennis: Helen Jacobs beats Sarah H P Fabyan (6-1 6-4)

1935-02-06

1st election to allow women to vote in Turkey

1935-04-30

World Congress for Women's Rights concludes in Istanbul

1935-07-06

48th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats H Jacobs (6-3 3-6 7-5)

1935-12-05

National Council of Negro Women forms by Mary McLeod Bethune (NYC)

1935-12-24

National Council of Negro Women forms

1936-07-04

49th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Hull Jacobs beats H Sperling (6-2 4-6 7-5)

1937-04-30

The Philippines holds a plebiscite for Filipino women on whether they should be extended the right to suffrage; over 90% would vote in the affirmative.

1937-09-11

51st US Women's Tennis: Anita Lizana beats Jadwiga Jedrzejowska (6-4 6-2)

1937-11-01

Stalinists executed by shooting Pastor Paul Hamberg and seven members of Azerbaijan's Lutheran community (including three women).

1937-12-07

Dutch Minister Romme proclaims married women are forbidden to work

1938-03-18

NY 1st requires serological blood tests of pregnant women

1940-06-22

About 10,000 Afrikaner women march to the union buildings in protest of South Africa's involvement in WWII

1940-09-07

54th US Women's Tennis: Alice Marble beats Helen Hull Jacobs (6-2 6-3)

1941-09-06

55th US Women's Tennis: Sarah H Cooke beats Pauline Betz Addie (75 62)

1941-09-15

Nazis kill 800 Jewish women at Shkudvil Lithuania

1942-05-07

Nazi decree orders all Jewish pregnant women of Kovno Ghetto executed

1942-05-14

US Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) forms

1942-07-20

1st detachment of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, begin basic training

1942-07-30

FDR signs bill creating women's Navy auxiliary agency (WAVES)

1942-09-06

56th US Women's Tennis: Pauline Betz beats A Louise Brough (46 61 64)

1942-09-09

Compulsory work for women, children & old males in Batavia

1942-12-27

1st Japanese women camp (Ambarawa) goes into use

1943-02-13

Women's Marine Corps created

1943-02-15

Women's camp Tamtui on Ambon (Moluccas) hit by allied air raid

1943-09-05

57th US Women's Tennis: Pauline Betz beats A Louise Brough (6-3 5-7 6-3)

1944-01-15

Vught Concentration Camp puts 74 women in 1 cell, 10 die

1944-01-29

World War II: About 38 men, women, and children die in the Koniuchy massacre in Poland.

1944-03-18

2,500 women trample guards & floorwalkers to purchase 1,500 alarm clocks announced for sale in a Chicago Illinois dept store

1944-06-10

World War II: In Distomo, Boeotia Prefecture, Greece 218 men, women and children are massacred by German troops.

1944-09-03

58th US Women's Tennis: P Betz beats Margaret Osborne duPont (6-3 8-6)

1944-10-05

Suffrage is extended to women in France.

1944-10-19

US Navy says black women can join WAVES

1945-03-08

International Women's Day is 1st observed

1945-10-21

Women in France allowed to vote for 1st time

1946-07-06

53rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Pauline Betz beats Louise Brough (6-2 6-4)

1946-09-01

1st US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Patty Berg

1946-09-08

60th US Women's Tennis: Pauline Betz beats Patricia Canning (11-9 6-3)

1947-06-12

Babe Didrikson is 1st American to win Brit Women's Amateur Golf Champ

1947-06-29

2nd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betty Jameson

1947-07-05

54th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Margaret Osborne beat Doris Hart (6-2 6-4)

1947-07-29

Gas leak explodes in a beauty parlor, 10 women die in Harrisonburg Va

1947-09-14

61st US Women's Tennis: A Louise Brough beats M O duPont (8-6 4-6 6-1)

1948-07-03

55th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Louise Brough beats Doris Hart (6-3 8-6)

1948-07-07

6 female reservists become 1st women sworn into regular US Navy

1948-08-06

Fanny Blankers-Koen (Neth) is 1st women to win 3 golds at Olympics

1948-08-15

3rd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Babe Didrikson-Zaharias

1948-09-19

62nd US Women's Tennis: M Osborne duPont beats A L Brough (4-6 6-4 15-13)

1949-06-23

First twelve women graduate from Harvard Medical School

1949-06-25

Presidential election in Syria (some women allowed to vote)

1949-06-26

1st Belgian parliamentary election where women can vote (CVP gains)

1949-09-05

63rd US Women's Tennis: M Osborne duPont beats Doris Hart (6-4 6-1)

1949-09-25

4th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Louise Suggs

1950-03-19

5th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Babe Didrikson-Zaharias

1950-06-23

Swiss parliament refuses voting right for women

1950-06-24

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Western Women's Golf Open

1950-07-08

57th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Louise Brough beats M duPont (6-1 3-6 6-1)

1950-09-05

64th US Women's Tennis: Margaret Osborne duPont beats D Hart (6-3 6-3)

1950-10-21

Patty Berg wins LPGA Hardscrabble Women's Golf Invitation

1950-11-07

French women & children leaves Hanoi/Tonkin-delta

1951-01-05

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Ponte Vedra Beach Women's Golf Open

1951-01-21

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Tampa Women's Golf Open

1951-03-26

Patty Berg wins LPGA Sandhills Women's Golf Open

1951-04-23

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Richmond Women's Golf Open

1951-04-24

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Sacramento Women's Golf Invitational Open

1951-06-21

Patty Berg wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open

1951-09-05

65th US Women's Tennis: Mo Connolly beats Shirley J Fry (6-3 1-6 6-4)

1951-09-16

6th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy Rawls

1951-10-19

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Texas Women's Golf Open

1952-03-30

Patty Berg wins LPGA New Orleans Women's Golf Open

1952-05-28

The women of Greece are given the right to vote.

1952-06-08

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Eastern Women's Golf Open

1952-06-21

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open

1952-06-29

7th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Louise Suggs

1952-07-05

59th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maureen Connolly beats L Brough (7-5 6-3)

1952-08-10

Louise Suggs wins LPGA All American Women Golf Tournament

1952-10-28

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Women's Texas Golf Open

1953-03-29

Patty Berg wins LPGA New Orleans Women's Golf Open

1953-06-23

Patty Berg wins LPGA All-American Women Golf Tournament

1953-06-28

8th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy Rawls

1953-07-04

60th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maureen Connolly beats Doris Hart (8-6 7-5)

1954-01-24

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Tampa Women's Golf Open

1954-07-03

61st Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maureen Connolly beats L Brough (6-2 7-5)

1954-07-03

9th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Babe Didrikson-Zaharias

1954-09-06

68th US Women's Tennis: Doris Hart beats A Louise Brough (6-8 6-1 8-6)

1955-07-02

10th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Fay Crocker

1956-07-29

11th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Kathy Cornelius

1956-08-09

South African women demonstrate against pass laws

1956-08-17

One of the largest demonstrations in South Africa's history, 20,000 women marched to Pretoria's Union Buildings to present petition against carrying of passes by women to the Prime Minister

1956-10-12

Marga Klompe becomes first Dutch women elected minister

1956-11-28

Photography begins on "... & God Created Women"

1957-04-14

Leah Neuberger wins her 8th women's singles ping pong championship

1957-06-29

12th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy Rawls

1957-07-06

64th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Althea Gibson beats Darlene Hard (6-3 6-2)

1957-09-07

71st US Women's Tennis: Althea Gibson beats A Louise Brough (6-3 6-2)

1958-01-30

UK House of Lords passes bill allowing women to take seats

1958-06-23

Dutch Reformed Church accepts women ministers

1958-07-05

65th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Althea Gibson beats A Mortimer (8-6 6-2)

1958-07-13

13th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mickey Wright

1958-07-13

Patty Berg wins LPGA American Women's Golf Open

1958-07-23

1st 4 women named to peerage in House of Lords

1958-09-07

72nd US Women's Tennis: Althea Gibson beats Darlene R Hard (3-6 6-1 6-2)

1958-10-21

1st women in British House of Lords

1959-02-01

Swiss men vote against voting rights for women

1959-06-14

Beverly Hanson wins LPGA American Women's Golf Open

1959-06-27

14th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mickey Wright

1959-07-04

66th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Darlene Hard (6-4 6-3)

1960-01-17

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Sea Island Women's Golf Invitational

1960-07-23

15th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy Rawls

1960-07-31

Patty Berg wins LPGA American Women's Golf Open

1961-01-15

Suggs wins LPGA Sea Island Women's Golf Invitational Open

1961-07-01

16th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mickey Wright

1961-07-15

Spain accepts equal rights for men & women

1961-07-30

Judy Kimball wins LPGA American Women's Golf Open

1961-08-27

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Spokane Women's Golf Open

1962-01-21

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Sea Island Women's Golf Invitational

1962-06-30

17th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Murle Lindstrom

1963-02-03

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Sea Island Women's Golf Invitational

1963-02-10

Mickey Wright wins LPGA St Petersburg Women's Golf Open

1963-04-21

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Sunshine Women's Golf Open

1963-06-10

US President JFK signs law for equal pay for equal work for men & women

1963-06-16

Ruth Jessen wins LPGA Cosmopolitan Women's Golf Open

1963-06-23

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open

1963-07-06

70th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: M Smith beats Billie J King (63 64)

1963-07-20

18th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mary Mills

1963-08-11

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Waterloo Women's Golf Open Invitational

1963-09-08

77th US Women's Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Margaret Smith Court (75 64)

1963-09-08

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Spokane Women's Golf Open

1964-02-08

Rep Martha Griffiths address gets civil rights protection for women being added to the 1964 Civil Rights Act

1964-03-22

Carol Mann wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open Invitational

1964-04-05

Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA St Petersburg Women's Golf Open

1964-07-04

71st Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Margaret Court (64 79 63)

1964-07-12

19th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mickey Wright

1964-07-19

Ruth Jessen wins LPGA Yankee Women's Golf Open

1964-07-26

Clifford Ann Creed wins LPGA Cosmopolitan Women's Golf Open

1964-08-09

Shirley Englehorn wins LPGA Waterloo Women's Golf Open Invitational

1965-03-20

Civil and Women's Rights Activist Dorothy Height has her first column published in the weekly African-American newspaper called the "New York Amsterdam News"

1965-07-03

72nd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Margaret Smith beats M Fraiser (64 75)

1965-07-04

20th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Carol Mann

1965-09-21

O Kommissarova (USSR) sets women's longest parachute jump (46,250')

1966-03-20

Marilynn Smith wins LPGA St Petersburg Women's Golf Open

1966-06-26

Carol Mann wins LPGA Waterloo Women's Golf Open Invitational

1966-07-02

73rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis Singles: Billie J King (Miss Moffat) beats Maria Bueno (63 36 61)

1966-07-03

21st US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Sandra Spuzich

1966-07-24

Gloria Ehret/Judy Kimball wins LPGA Yankee Women's Golf Open

1966-08-21

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open

1966-10-29

National Organization of Women founded

1967-06-04

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational

1967-07-02

22nd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Catherine Lacoste

1967-07-02

Catherine Lacoste becomes youngest (22), 1st foreigner (France) & 1st amateur to US Women's open golf tournament

1967-07-08

74th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Billie Jean King beats Anne Jones (63 64)

1967-08-20

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open

1967-12-28

Muriel Siebert is 1st women to own a seat on NY Stock Exchange

1968-05-25

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Dotty Fothergill

1968-07-06

75th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Billie Jean King beats J Tegart (97 75)

1968-07-07

23rd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Susie Maxwell Berning

1968-09-05

82nd US Women's Tennis: Virginia Wade beats Billie Jean King (6-4 6-4)

1969-05-18

Sandra Haynie wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational

1969-06-29

24th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Donna Caponi Young

1969-07-04

76th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Ann Jones beats Billie J King (36 63 62)

1969-09-07

83rd US Women's Tennis: Margaret Smith Court beats Nancy Richey (6-2 6-2)

1969-09-07

US amateur Women's Tennis: Margaret Court beat Virginia Wade (46 63 60)

1969-11-02

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA River Plantation Women's Golf Open

1970-02-23

Holy Eucharist given by women for 1st time in Roman Catholic service

1970-06-05

The Falls Road curfew in North Ireland, imposed by the British Army while searching for IRA weapons, is lifted after a march by women breaches the British Army cordon

1970-07-05

25th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Donna Caponi Young

1970-10-25

Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Women's Golf Charities Open

1971-01-25

Charles Manson & 3 women followers convicted of Tate-LaBianca murders

1971-02-07

Switzerland votes in women's suffrage

1971-02-21

Ruth Jessen wins LPGA Sears Women's World Golf Classic

1971-06-27

26th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by JoAnne Carner

1971-09-19

1st NYC Women's Marathon won by Beth Bonner in 2:55:22

1972-03-26

Betsy Cullen wins LPGA Sears Women's World Golf Classic

1972-04-17

1st Boston Women's Marathon won by Nina Kuscsik of NY in 3:10:26

1972-05-22

Over 400 women in Derry attack the offices of Official Sinn Féin in Derry, North Ireland, following the shooting of William Best by the Official Irish Republican Army

1972-07-02

27th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Susie Maxwell Berning

1972-07-07

1st women FBI members sworn in (Susan Lynn Roley & Joanne E Pierce)

1972-07-17

1st 2 women begin training as FBI agents at Quantico

1972-10-01

2nd NYC Women's Marathon won by Nina Kuscsik in 3:08:41

1973-01-01

47th Australian Women's Tennis: Margaret Court beats Goolagong (64 75)

1973-03-25

Carol Mann wins LPGA Sears Women's Golf Classic

1973-04-17

2nd Boston Women's Marathon won by Jacqueline Hansen of CA in 3:05:59

1973-04-30

Women's tennis groups end disputes over sanctioning tournaments

1973-05-04

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Millie Martorella

1973-07-07

80th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Billie Jean King beats C Evert (60 75), 1st all-US women's 1st all-US women's Wimbledon final

1973-07-07

All women board of directors takes control of ABA's Kentucky Colonels

1973-07-07

Glenda Reiser (Canada) sets record women's mile (4:34.9)

1973-07-22

28th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Susie Maxwell Berning

1973-09-08

87th US Women's Tennis: M S Court beats E Goolagong Cawley (76 57 62)

1973-09-30

3rd NYC Women's Marathon won by Nina Kuscsik in 2:57:07

1974-01-23

1st edition of women's magazine "Story"

1974-02-10

Gail Denenber wins LPGA Sears Women's Golf Classic

1974-02-10

Judy Ikenberry wins 1st Us women's marathon (2:55:17)

1974-04-15

3rd Boston Women's Marathon won by Miki Gorman of California in 2:47:11

1974-04-24

Dutch women hockey team becomes world champion

1974-07-05

81st Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Chris Evert beats Olga Morzova (60 64)

1974-07-21

29th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Sandra Haynie

1974-09-08

88th US Women's Tennis: Billie J King beats Evonne Goolagong (36 63 75)

1974-09-29

4th NYC Women's Marathon won by Katherine Switzer in 3:07:29

1975-01-01

International Women's Year begins

1975-01-14

Anita Wold (Norway) sets women's ski jump distance record-98 m

1975-03-22

Delta State beats Immaculata for the women's AIAW championship

1975-04-21

4th Boston Women's Marathon won by Liane Winter of W Germ in 2:42:24

1975-05-27

Worst motor vehicle disaster in UK; bus full of elderly women plunges Dibble's Bridge Yorkshire, killing 38

1975-07-04

82nd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Billie Jean King beats Evonne Goolagong (60 61)

1975-07-20

30th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Sandra Palmer

1975-09-06

89th US Women's Tennis: Chris E L Mills beats E G Cawley (57 64 62)

1975-09-28

5th NYC Women's Marathon won by Kim Merritt in 2:46:14

1975-09-28

Bill authorizes admission of women to military academies

1975-10-12

Jacqueline Hansen runs women's world record marathon (2:38:19)

1975-10-21

Coast Guard Academy 1st allows women to enroll

1976-04-19

5th Boston Women's Marathon won by Kim Merritt of Wis in 2:47:10

1976-07-11

31st US Women's Open Golf Championship won by JoAnne Carner

1976-08-14

10,000 Northern Ireland women demonstrate for peace in Belfast

1976-09-11

90th US Women's Tennis: C E L Mills beats E Goolagong Cawley (63 60) Evonne Goolagong loses her 4th straight US Open Final (Evert wins)

1976-09-16

American Episcopal Church approves ordination of women as priests & bishop

1976-09-20

Playboy releases Jimmy Carter's interview that he lusts for women

1976-10-24

6th NYC Women's Marathon won by Miki Gorman in 2:39:11

1977-04-10

Beverly Klass wins LPGA Women's International Golf Satellite

1977-04-17

Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Women's International Golf Tournament

1977-04-18

6th Boston Women's Marathon won by Miki Gorman of California in 2:48:33

1977-07-24

32nd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Hollis Stacy

1977-08-06

Judy Rankin wins LPGA Colgate European Women's Golf Open

1977-08-27

Army shoots on market vendor women in Conakry, Guineau

1977-10-23

7th NYC Women's Marathon won by Miki Gorman in 2:43:10

1978-01-13

NASA select its first American women astronauts

1978-04-17

7th Boston Women's Marathon won by Gayle Barron of Ga in 2:44:52

1978-04-25

Supreme Court rules pension plans can't require women to pay more

1978-05-08

Jan Stephenson wins LPGA Women's International Golf Tournament

1978-06-20

1st 6 teams of Women's Pro Basketball League (WBL) granted-Iowa, NJ, Milwaukee, Chicago, Minnesota & Dayton

1978-06-23

33rd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Hollis Stacy

1978-07-23

33rd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Hollis Stacy

1978-09-24

Dutch women hockey team wins world championship

1978-09-26

NY District Court Judge Constance Baker Motley rules that women sportswriters cannot be banned from locker rooms

1978-10-10

US Congress approves Dollar coin honoring women's suffrage campaigner Susan B. Anthony

1978-10-22

8th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:32:30

1978-12-09

1st game of Women's Pro Basketball League (WBL), Chicago Hustle vs Milwaukee Does

1979-04-01

Joanne Carner wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1979-04-16

8th Boston Women's Marathon won by Joan Benoit Samuelson in 2:35:15

1979-05-06

Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Women's International Golf Tournament

1979-07-06

86th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: M Navratilova beats Chris Evert (6-4 6-4)

1979-07-15

34th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Jerilyn Britz

1979-07-21

National Women's Hall of Fame (Seneca Falls, NY) dedicated

1979-10-21

9th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:27:33

1980-01-08

NCAA decides to sponsor women's championships in 5 sports

1980-03-13

Ford Motor Co found innocent in death of 3 women in a fiery Pinto

1980-03-30

Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1980-04-21

9th Boston Women's Marathon won by Jacqueline Gareau of Can in 2:34:28 Rosie Ruiz disqualified as women's champ she hadn't run entire course

1980-05-04

Hollis Stacy wins LPGA CPC Women's Internationalional Golf Tournament

1980-07-05

87th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Evonne Goolagong beats Chrissie Evert (61 76)

1980-07-13

35th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Amy Alcott

1980-07-18

Federal court voids Selective Service Act as it doesn't include women

1980-09-06

94th US Women's Tennis: Chris E L Mills beats H Mandlikova (57 61 61)

1980-09-06

Chantal Langlace sets women's record for fastest 100K run (7h27m22s)

1980-09-07

Beth Daniel wins LPGA World Series of Women's Golf

1980-10-26

10th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:25:41.3

1981-01-05

British police arrest Peter Sutcliffe, a truck driver later convicted of "Yorkshire Ripper" murders of 13 women

1981-02-21

"Yorkshire Ripper" Peter Sutcliffe, murderer of 13 women, captured

1981-03-29

Pat Bradley wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1981-04-20

10th Boston Women's Marathon won by Allison Roe of NZ in 2:26:46

1981-04-29

Peter Sutcliffe admits he is the Yorkshire Ripper (murdered 13 women)

1981-05-03

Sally Little wins LPGA CPC Women's Golf International

1981-07-26

36th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Pat Bradley

1981-08-23

Beth Daniel wins LPGA World Championship of Women's Golf

1981-09-01

Fiona Brothers sets women's propeller boat speed record (116.279 MPH)

1981-09-13

April Moon sets women's handbow distance record of 1,039 yds & 13"

1981-10-25

11th NYC Women's Marathon won by Allison Roe in 2:25:29

1981-12-05

56th Australian Women Tennis: Navratilova beats Chris Evert (67 64 75)

1982-01-29

Old Dominion ends La Tech's women's basketball rec 54-game win streak

1982-02-19

Sharie Langford, California, sets women's bowling series record of 853

1982-03-28

1st NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: LA Tech beats Cheney 76-62

1982-03-28

Amy Alcott wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1982-04-18

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA CPC Women's Golf International

1982-04-19

11th Boston Women's Marathon won by Charlotte Teske of Ger in 2:29:33

1982-06-05

52nd French Women's Tennis: Martina Navratilova beats Andrea Jaeger (76 61)

1982-07-03

89th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: M Navratilova beats C Evert (61 36 62)

1982-07-25

37th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Janet Anderson

1982-08-22

Joanne Carner wins LPGA Chevrolet World Championship of Women's Golf

1982-10-24

12th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:27:14

1983-03-20

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1983-04-07

WIBC Championship Tournament in Las Vegas, attracts 75,480 women bowlers for 83-day event

1983-04-18

12th Boston Women's Marathon won by Joan Benoit Samuelson in 2:22:43

1983-07-06

Supreme Court rules retirement plans can't pay women less

1983-07-31

38th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Jan Stephenson

1983-08-07

Grete Waitz of Norway wins 1st all-women Marathon (Helsinki, Finland)

1983-08-21

Joanne Carner wins LPGA Chevrolet World Championship of Women's Golf

1983-10-23

13th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:27:00

1984-01-22

Annette Kennedy of SUNY sets women's basketball record with 70 pts

1984-03-25

Betsy King wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1984-04-16

13th Boston Women's Marathon won by Lorraine Moller of NZ in 2:29:28

1984-06-14

Southern Baptist convention decide on no women clergy members

1984-07-03

Supreme Court rules Jaycees may be forced to admit women as members

1984-07-15

39th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Hollis Stacy

1984-07-21

Marita Koch of E Germany sets world women's mark for 200m, 21.71s

1984-08-05

Joan Benoit (US) wins 1st Olympic marathon for women (2:24:52)

1984-08-19

Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Chevrolet World Championship of Women's Golf

1984-08-22

Evelyn Ashford of US ties world women's mark for 100 m, 10.76 sec

1984-08-26

Zdena Silvaha (Cz) throws discus 74.55 m (women's world record)

1984-09-08

98th US Women's Tennis: M Navratilova beats Chris E L Mills (46 64 64)

1984-10-28

14th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:29:30

1984-11-01

Willem de Kooning's "Two Women" sells for $1,980,000

1985-03-17

Jane Blalock wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1985-03-31

4th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Old Dominion beats Ga 70-65

1985-04-15

14th Boston Women's Marathon won by Lisa Larsen Weidenbach in 2:34:06

1985-05-05

Amy Alcott wins LPGA Moss Creek Women's Golf Invitational

1985-07-07

92nd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Martina Navratilova beats Chrissie Evert (46 63 62)

1985-07-14

40th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Kathy Baker

1985-08-18

Amy Alcott wins LPGA Nestle World Championship of Women's Golf

1985-09-07

99th US Women's Tennis: Hana Mandlikova beats M Navratilova (76 16 76)

1985-09-08

Alayson Gibbons sets 24 hr women swim record of 42.05 mi in 25 m pool

1985-10-27

15th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:28:34

1986-03-09

Juli Inkster wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1986-03-30

5th NCAA Women Basketball Championship: Texas beats Southern Cal 97-81

1986-04-21

15th Boston Women's Marathon won by I Kristiansen of Norway in 2:24:55

1986-06-21

Heike Drechsler of East Germany long jumps 7.45 m (women's record)

1986-07-11

Maricica Puica of Romania runs 2,000 m in 5:28.69 (record for women)

1986-07-14

41st US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Jane Geddes

1986-08-29

Heike Drechsler of East Germany ties world women's 200 m mark (21.71s)

1986-09-07

100th US Women's Tennis: M Navratilova beats Helena Sukova (63 62)

1986-09-29

"Designing Women" TV Comedy, debuts on CBS

1986-11-02

16th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:28:06

1987-03-01

Jane Geddes wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1987-03-25

Supreme Court rules women/minorities may get jobs if less qualified

1987-03-29

6th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tennessee routs Louisiana 67-44

1987-04-19

Jacqueline Blanc, sets women's downhill ski speed rec (124.902 mph)

1987-04-20

16th Boston Women's Marathon won by Rosa Mota of Portugal in 2:25:21

1987-07-04

94th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Martina Navratilova beats Steffi Graf (7-5 6-3)

1987-07-07

Kiwanis Clubs end men-only tradition, vote to admit women

1987-07-18

Molly Yard elected new pres of National Organization for Women

1987-07-23

Petra Felke (E Ger) throws javelin 78.89 m (women's record)

1987-07-28

42nd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Laura Davies

1987-08-29

Portuguese athlete Rosa Mota wins Women's Marathon at World Chapionships in Rome in 2hr 25:17mins

1987-11-01

17th NYC Women's Marathon won by Priscilla Welch in 2:30:17

1988-03-06

Betsy King wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open/Helene Curtis Pro-Am

1988-04-03

7th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Louisiana Tec beat Auburn 56-54

1988-04-18

17th Boston Women's Marathon won by Rosa Mota of Portugal in 2:24:30

1988-04-22

Women are allowed to compete in Little 500 bicycle race (Indiana)

1988-06-17

Women sentenced to 90 years in 1st product tampering murder case

1988-06-20

Supreme Court upholds a law that made it illegal for private clubs to discriminate against women & minorities

1988-07-16

Florence Joyner runs 100 m in women's world record 10.49 seconds

1988-07-16

Jackie Joyner-Kersee sets women's heptathlete record of 7,215 pts

1988-07-24

43rd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Liselotte Neumann

1988-11-06

18th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:28:07

1988-11-06

Steve Jones wins NY men's marathon; Grete Waitz 9th women's title

1989-01-17

Murden & Metz are 1st women to reach South Pole overland (on skis)

1989-02-26

Betsy King wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open/Helene Curtis Pro-Am

1989-04-02

8th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tennessee beats Auburn 76-60

1989-04-17

18th Boston Women's Marath won by Ingrid Kristiansen of Nor in 2:24:33

1989-07-09

96th Wimbledon Women's Tennis Open: S Graf beats M Navratilova (6-2 6-7 6-1)

1989-07-16

44th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1989-11-05

19th NYC Women's Marathon won by Ingrid Kristiansen in 2:25:30

1989-12-06

Worst Canadian mass murder: Marc Lepine kills 14 women at U Montreal

1990-01-01

Mitsuko Nishiwaki beats Nakano to become Japan Women wrestling champ

1990-03-04

Beth Daniel wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1990-03-19

1st world ice hockey tournament for women held (Ottawa)

1990-04-01

9th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Stanford beats Auburn 88-81

1990-04-16

19th Boston Women's Marathon won by Rosa Mota of Portugal in 2:25:23

1990-04-27

Villanova's women set a 6,000 m relay world record of 17:18:10

1990-05-17

European court rules pension rights for both men & women

1990-05-31

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Dana Miller-Mackie

1990-06-09

60th French Women's Tennis Open: Monica Seles beats Steffi Graf (7-6 6-4)

1990-07-11

NYC police arrest "Dartman" (stabbed over 50 women with darts)

1990-07-12

In Soweto, South Africa, Shanty town women strip to the waist and confront bulldozers sent by authorities to demolish their homes

1990-07-15

45th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1990-11-04

20th NYC Women's Marathon won by Wanda Panfil in 2:30:45

1991-03-02

Deb Richard wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1991-03-20

Supreme Court rules unanimously employers can't exclude women from jobs where exposure to toxic chemicals could potentially damage fetus

1991-03-31

10th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tennessee beats Virginia 70-67

1991-04-15

20th Boston Women's Marathon won by Wanda Panfil of Poland in 2:24:18

1991-07-06

98th Wimbledon Women's Tennis Open: Steffi Graf beats G Sabatini (6-4 3-6 8-6)

1991-07-14

46th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Meg Mallon

1991-07-31

Senate votes to allow women to fly combat aircraft

1991-08-06

Debbie Doom (US) pitches 2nd consecutive perfect game in women's softball at the Pan American Games, beats Nicaragua, 8-0

1991-09-15

US women's gymnastics team win 1st World Championships medal (silver)

1991-10-23

Dr Jack Kevorkian's suicide machine kills 2 women

1991-11-03

21st NYC Women's Marathon won by Liz McColgan of Scotland in 2:27

1991-11-30

1st world championship of women's soccer, US defeats Norway 2-1

1992-01-13

Japan apologizes for forcing Korean women into sexual slavery during World War II.

1992-02-10

"Dangerous Women" final episode on WWOR-TV

1992-02-21

Kristi Yamaguchi of US wins Olympic gold medal in women's fig skating

1992-02-29

Dawn Coe wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1992-03-24

"Jake's Women" opens at Neil Simon Theater NYC for 245 performances

1992-03-29

NCAA Basketball Women's Championship at Kemper Arena, KC

1992-04-05

11th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Stanford beats Western Ky 78-62

1992-04-19

Dottie Mochrie wins LPGA Sega Women's Golf Championship

1992-04-20

21st Boston Women's Marathon won by Olga Markova of Russia in 2:23:43

1992-07-04

99th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Steffi Graf beats Monica Seles (6-2 6-1)

1992-07-26

47th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Patty Sheehan

1992-10-25

"Jake's Women" closes at Neil Simon Theater NYC after 245 performances

1992-11-01

22nd NYC Women's Marathon won by Lisa Ondieki in 2:24:40

1992-11-22

Wash Post reports Ore Senator Bob Packwood sexually harassed 10 women

1993-01-23

NY Newsday reports Ore Sen Bob Packwood sexually harassed 23 women

1993-01-30

67th Australian Women's Tennis Open: Monica Seles beat Graf (4-6 6-3 6-2)

1993-04-04

12th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Texas Tech beats OH State 84-82

1993-04-18

Trish Johnson wins LPGA Atlanta Women's Golf Championship

1993-04-19

22nd Boston Women's Marathon won by Olga Markova of Russia in 2:25:27

1993-05-29

Neo-Nazis kill 5 Turkish women in Solingen, Germany

1993-06-05

63rd French Women's Tennis Open: Steffi Graf beats M J Fernandez (4-6 6-2 6-4)

1993-07-03

100th Wimbledon Women's Tennis Open: Steffi Graf beats Jana Novotna (7-6 1-6 6-4)

1993-07-25

48th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Lauri Merten

1993-08-19

Sally Gunnell runs women's world record 400m hurdles (52.74")

1993-09-11

107th US Women's Tennis: Steffi Graf beats Helena Sukova (6-3 6-3)

1993-10-17

Dottie Mochrie wins LPGA World Championship of Women's Golf

1993-11-14

23rd NYC Women's Marathon won by Uta Pippig in 2:26:24

1994-01-30

68th Australian Women's Tennis Open: S Graf beats A S Vicario (6-0 6-2)

1994-03-07

US Navy issues 1st permanent order assigning women on combat ship

1994-03-12

Church of England ordains 1st 33 women priests

1994-04-03

13th NCAA Women Basketball Championship: NC beats Louisiana Tech 60-59

1994-04-17

Val Skinner wins LPGA Atlanta Women's Golf Championship

1994-04-18

23rd Boston Women's Marathon won by Uta Pippig of Germany in 2:21:45

1994-06-05

64th French Women's Tennis: A Sanchez Vicario beats M Pierce (6-4 6-4)

1994-07-24

49th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Patty Sheehan

1994-08-14

Liselotte Neumann wins LPGA Weetabix Women's British Golf Open

1994-09-05

Jingyi Le swims world record 100m women's freestyle (54.01 sec)

1994-10-08

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Aleta Sill

1994-10-17

Beth Daniel wins LPGA World Championships of Women's Golf

1994-11-06

24th NYC Women's Marathon won by Tegla Loroupe in 2:27:37

1995-04-02

14th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: U of Ct Huskies beats TN 70-64

1995-04-14

Rosie Jones wins LPGA Pinewild Women's Golf Championship

1995-04-17

24th Boston Women's Marathon won by Uta Pippig of Germany in 2:25:11

1995-07-08

102nd Wimbledon Women's Tennis Open: Graf beats Arantxa S Vicario (4-6 6-1 7-5)

1995-07-16

50th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Annika Sorenstam

1995-08-09

South Africa celebrates the first National Women's Day

1995-08-20

Kerrie Webb wins LPGA Weetabix Women's British Golf Open

1995-09-04

The Fourth World Conference on Women opens in Beijing with over 4,750 delegates from 181 countries in attendance.

1995-10-06

BPAA US Women's Open won by Cheryl Daniels

1995-10-15

Annika Sorenstam wins LPGA World Championship of Women's Golf

1995-11-12

25th NYC Women's Marathon won by Tegla Loroupe in 2:28:06

1995-11-22

Rosemary West found guilty in England of killing 10 women

1996-03-31

15th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tenn beats Georgia 83-65

1996-04-15

25th Boston Women's Marathon won by Uta Pippig of Germany in 2:27:12.6

1996-06-02

51st US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Annika Sorenstam

1996-06-12

Marge Schott gives up day-to-day operations because of her numerous insensitive comments about Adolf Hitler, working women & Asians

1996-07-06

103rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis Open: S Graf beats Aranxta S Vicaro (6-3, 7-5)

1996-08-18

Emilee Klein wins LPGA Weetabix Women's British Golf Open

1996-10-04

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Liz Johnson

1996-10-20

Annika Sorenstam wins LPGA Samsung World Championship of Women's Golf

1996-11-03

26th NYC Women's Marathon won by Anuta Catuna of Romania in 2:28:18

1996-12-23

4 women ordained priests in Jamaica, 1st in 330-year Anglican history

1997-01-27

"Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus," opens at Gershwin NYC

1997-02-02

"Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" closes at Gershwin NYC

1997-02-16

Terry-Jo Myers wins LPGA Los Angeles Women's Championship

1997-03-04

Brazil Senate allows women to wear slacks

1997-03-30

16th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tenn beats Old Dominion 68-59

1997-04-21

26th Boston Women's Marathon won by Fatuma Roba of Ethopia in 2:26:23

1997-05-27

1st all female (20 British women) team reaches North Pole

1997-06-01

1st NY Women Film Festival opens

1997-06-21

Women's National Basketball Association begins as NY Liberty beats LA Sparks

1997-07-13

52nd US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Alison Nicholas

1997-08-14

Karrie Webb wins LPGA Weetabix Women's British Open

1997-08-17

Weetabix Women's British LPGA Open

1997-09-07

111th US Women's Tennis: Martina Hingis beats Venus Williams (60 64)

1997-10-28

NBA announces hiring of Dee Kantner & Violet Palmer as 1st women to officiate a major-league all-male sports league

1997-11-02

27th NYC Women Marathon won by Franziska Rochat-Moser of Switz 2:28:43

1997-11-18

Willem de Kooning painting "Two Standing Women" sold for $4,182,500

1998-02-15

Dale Eggeling wins Los Angeles Women's Golf Championship

1998-02-17

USA Women's Ice Hockey Team beats Canada and wins the first Olympic Gold medal

1998-03-29

17th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at Kemper Arena KC

1998-05-13

Race riots break out in Jakarta, Indonesia, where shops owned by Indonesian of Chinese descendants are looted and women raped.

1998-07-04

105th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Jana Novotná beats Nathalie Tauziat (6-4 7-6)

1998-07-05

53rd US Women's Open Golf Championship at Blackwolf Run GC, Kohler WI

1998-08-16

Weetabix Women's British Golf Open

1998-10-18

Samsung World Championship of Women's Golf

1999-03-28

18th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at San Jose

1999-07-04

106th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Lindsay Davenport beats Steffi Graf (6-4 7-5)

1999-07-25

54th US Women's Open Golf Championship

1999-12-17

The United Nations General Assembly passes resolution 54/134 designating November 25 as the annual International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women.

2000-04-02

19th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at Corel State Spectrum

2000-07-09

107th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats L Davenport (6-3 7-6)

2000-07-23

55th US Women's Open Golf Championship

2000-08-09

South African President Thabo Mbeki unveils the Women's Monument commemorating the role of women in the anti-apartheid struggle

2001-04-01

20th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at St Louis

2001-07-08

108th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats Justine Henin (6-1 3-6 6-0)

2002-03-31

21st NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at San Antonio

2002-07-07

109th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Serena Williams beats Venus Williams (7-6 6-3)

2002-08-16

Africa Women's Peace Train leaves Kampala for Johannesburg

2003-07-06

110th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Serena Williams beats Venus Williams (4-6 6-4 6-2)

2005-03-07

Mass protest outside the National Assembly of Kuwait building for women's voting rights in Kuwait.

2005-05-16

Kuwait permits women's suffrage in a 35-23 National Assembly vote.

2005-07-03

112th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats Lindsay Davenport (4-6 7-6 9-7)

2006-07-08

113th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Amélie Mauresmo beats J Henin-Hardenne (2-6 6-3 6-4)

2006-12-09

Moscow suffers its worst fire since 1977, killing 45 women in a drug rehabitational center.

2007-07-08

114th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats Marion Bartoli (6-4 6-1)

2008-07-06

115th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats Serena Williams (7-5 6-4)

2010-07-04

117th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Serena Williams beats Vera Zvonareva (6-3 6-2)

2011-07-03

118th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Petra Kvitová beats Maria Sharapova (6-3 6-4)

2011-09-20

The United States ends its "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, allowing gay men and women to serve openly for the first time.

2012-05-25

Up to 116 people are massacred, including women and children, by the Syrian army in Houla, in the Homs province

2012-07-08

119th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Serena Williams beats A Radwańska (6-1 5-7 6-2)

2012-07-28

Ye Shiwen of China sets world record in the women's 400m individual medley in 4:28.43

2012-08-01

8 Women's badminton doubles players are disqualified from the 2012 summer Olympics for "not using one's best efforts to win a match"

2012-09-09

Serena Williams wins her fourth women's tennis singles at the US Open

2012-09-28

Nigeria suspends flights to Saudi Arabia after hundreds of Nigerian women travelled without a male escort

2012-12-01

Ukranian Anna Ushenina wins the Women's World Chess Championship 2012

2013-01-23

US armed forces overturns 1994 ban on women serving in combat

2013-01-26

Victoria Azarenka defeats Li Na to win the women's singles at the 2013 Australian Open

2013-02-17

Australia defeat the West Indies to win the women's 2013 Cricket World Cup

2013-03-16

Kim Yu-Na of South Korea wins the women's 2013 World Figure Skating Championships

2013-03-24

Scotland defeats Sweden to win the 2013 World Women's Curling Championship

2013-03-28

Pope Francis becomes the first Pope to wash the feet of women in the Maundy Thursday service

2013-04-11

Two women are beheaded for sorcery in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea

2013-05-20

The Church of Scotland votes to allow openly gay men and women to be ministers

2013-07-06

120th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Marion Bartoli beats Sabine Lisicki (6-1 6-4)

2013-09-08

Serena Williams wins her fifth Women's Singles US Open title

2014-06-07

Maria Sharapova wins the French Open women's tennis singles

2014-06-08

Peng Shuai of China and Hsieh Su-wei win the women's tennis doubles at the French Open

2014-07-14

The Church of England votes in favor of allowing women to become bishops

2014-09-07

Serena Williams wins her third straight US Open women's tennis singles

2014-09-18

Emma Watson delivers an address to a standing ovation at UN Headquarters in New York City, helping launch the UN Women campaign HeForShe, which calls for men to advocate for gender equality

2015-12-12

Polls open in Saudi Arabia, first time women allowed to vote

2015-12-13

First women elected to office in Saudi Arabia

2015-12-28

South Korea and Japan reach deal on 'comfort women'

2016-03-09

New York to expand free Zika testing to pregnant women

2016-03-31

Trump backs off call to punish women for abortions if they're banned

2016-06-17

Health|CDC Reports 234 Pregnant Women in US With Zika

2016-08-09

Rugby: First rugby medal in 92 years goes to Canada with women's bronze

2016-12-28

Vera Rubin, 88, Dies; Opened Doors in Astronomy, and for Women

2017-01-15

UConn Women Win Their 91st Straight and Rewrite History Again

2017-11-10

Louis CK accused of sexual misconduct by 5 women

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Women - Notable Birthdays

Elizabeth Cady StantonNov 12, 1815

Louisa May AlcottNov 29, 1832

Kate SheppardMar 10, 1847

Dorothy HeightMar 24, 1912

Sylvia PlathOct 27, 1932

Pat BradleyMar 24, 1951

Betsy KingAug 13, 1955

Patty SheehanOct 27, 1956

Jane GeddesFeb 5, 1960

Meg MallonApr 14, 1963

Women - Birthdays
Date Event
1740-10-20

Belle van Zuylen, Neth/Swiss writer (Three Women)

1800-08-06

Catherine Beecher, educator (championed higher education for women)

1804-07-10

Emma Smith Inaugural President of the Women's Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (d. 1879)

1811-11-29

Wendell Phillips, women's suffrage/antislavery/prison reformer

1815-11-12

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Johnstown NY, women's rights activist

1820-01-20

Anne Jemima Clough, England, promoted higher education for women

1821-12-19

Mary Ashton Livermore, American reformer/women's suffrage leader

1832-11-26

Mary Edwards Walker, American doctor/women's rights leader and only woman to receive Medal of Honor (bravery during Civil War)

1832-11-29

Louisa May Alcott, Germantown Pennsylvania, American author (Little Women)

1832-11-29

Louisa May Alcott, Little Women

1847-03-10

Kate Sheppard, New Zealand suffragette and the most prominent member of New Zealand's women's suffrage movement (d. 1934)

1847-06-11

Millicent Garrett Fawcett, leader (English women's movement)

1853-9-17

Henry C. DeMille, Men and Women

1857-07-05

Clara Zetkin, German women's rights advocate/communist

1857-08-09

Harriet May Mills, Votes for Women

1858-01-20

Harriot Stanton Blatch, Eighty Million Women Want - ?

1858-07-14

Emmeline Pankhurst, Eighty Million Women Want - ?

1858-07-15

Emmeline Pankhurst, England, found (Women's Social & Political Union)

1859-01-09

Carrie Chapman Catt, Ripon, Wisconsin, American women's suffrage leader and founder (League of Women Voters)

1864-04-14

Alan Aynesworth, Women of Dolwyn

1867-07-09

Frank Lacey, Women Who Play

1867-08-12

Edith Hamilton, The Trojan Women

1869-12-24

Henriette GA Roland Holst-van der Schalk, Dutch poet (Women in Forest)

1870-10-17

Marion Ballou, Little Women

1871-01-21

Bartley Costello, Story of Women

1872-04-04

Mary Ware Dennett, Votes for Women

1873-08-13

Mabel Colcord, Little Women

1874-04-27

Maurice Baring, King and Women

1875-08-27

Katharine McCormick, American women's rights activist (d. 1967)

1877-11-08

Agnes Fraser, The Women

1879-01-23

Robert W. Priest, Wild Women

1880-01-28

Mary Boland, The Women

1881-05-14

Maude Fulton, Other Men's Women

1882-03-25

Violet Seton, Thirteen Women

1883-05-28

Joseph C. Ansell, Women in the Night

1883-07-20

Mary Cecil, The Women

1883-11-09

Edna May Oliver, [Nutter], Malden MA, actress (Little Women)

1884-01-12

Louis Horst, Rural Women

1885-11-07

Elsie Jane Wilson, The Evil Women Do

1885-11-10

Leon D'Usseau, Wine, Women and Song

1885-9-11

D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love

1886-07-16

Pierre Benoît, Hercules and the Captive Women

1886-08-06

Inez Millholland, Votes for Women

1886-08-15

D.W. MacReynolds, Wild Women

1887-05-17

Ludwig Sievert, Women Are Better Diplomats

1888-02-14

S.A.G. Swenson, Two Women

1888-04-27

Edward Goodman, Women Love Once

1888-10-02

Florence Nash, The Women

1890-06-05

Jeffrey Bernerd, Forgotten Women

1891-04-19

Francoise Rosay, Paris, actress (Interlude, Women in Prison, Saraband)

1891-12-26

Henry Miller, Women & Men 2: In Love There Are No Rules

1892-10-27

Jane Murfin, The Women

1893-04-28

Charles Edgar Schoenbaum, Little Women

1893-06-16

Daisy Burrell, Little Women

1893-07-21

Phyllis Povah, The Women

1894-12-08

James (Grover) Thurber, Columbus Ohio, humorist (Men, Women & Dogs)

1895-10-17

Doris Humphrey, Oak Park Ill, dancer (Dances of Women)

1896-06-07

Vivien Kellems, TV hostess (Power of Women)

1897-11-17

Frank Fay, San Francisco, California, American actor (God's Gift to Women, Love Nest)

1898-03-24

Dorothy Stratton, organizer (SPARS-women's branch of US Coast Guard)

1901-01-27

Willy Fritsch, German actor (Spies, Women in the Moon)

1901-02-08

Janina Spychajowa-Kurkowska, Poland, women's world champion archer

1902-02-09

Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, German women's leader (d. 1999)

1902-07-07

Vittorio De Sica, Sora Italy, director/actor (2 Women)

1903-03-10

Clare Boothe Luce, The Women

1903-07-10

Ken Walton, Cat-Women of the Moon

1904-03-04

Irja Elstelä, Women of Niskavuori

1904-10-11

Charles Mayon, The Trouble with Women

1904-11-18

Mikhail Tsybasov, Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women

1905-06-14

Tony Kraber, We the Women

1906-02-16

Vera Menchik, Moscow, 1st official women's world chess champ (1927)

1907-03-11

Tibor Polgár, In Praise of Older Women

1907-07-07

Eduardo de Castro, Forbidden Women

1907-12-25

Glenn H. McCarthy, Five Bold Women

1907-9-19

James L. Wolcott, The Wild Women of Wongo

1908-01-14

Ruggiero de Rudolpho Columbo, US singer/actor (Miracle of Women)

1908-02-05

Peg Entwistle, Thirteen Women

1908-04-12

Giorgio Ferroni, Mill of the Stone Women

1908-12-28

Leona Rostenberg, Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind 'Little Women'

1909-01-25

Gregg C. Tallas, Prehistoric Women

1909-08-08

Tania Lieven, Women in Love

1909-12-10

Barnett Shaw, Mars Needs Women

1910-01-06

Victor Violacci, Secrets of Women

1910-02-27

Joan Bennett, Palasades NJ, actress (Little Women, Disraeli)

1910-08-12

Baroness Phillips, pres/general secretary (Natl Association of Women)

1910-11-19

Harmon Stevens, Mesa of Lost Women

1910-12-03

Marion Shilling, Forgotten Women

1910-12-09

Jole Silvani, City of Women

1910-9-28

Fran Lee, Little Women

1911-06-03

Mary Dees, The Women

1911-08-14

Karl-Arne Holmsten, Secrets of Women

1911-08-29

Henri Agel, The Man Who Loved Women

1911-10-09

Larry Gannon, Women of the Prehistoric Planet

1911-11-18

Attilio Bertolucci, Women and Soldiers

1912-01-18

De Lesseps Morrison, Swamp Women

1912-03-24

Dorothy Height, Richmond, Virginia, American civil rights and women's rights activist

1912-04-05

Hiroko Kawasaki, Utamaro and His Five Women

1912-06-21

George Peckham, Little Women

1912-07-02

Edith Penn, The Women

1912-08-11

Jean Parker, Butte Mont, actress (Beyond Tomorrow, Little Women)

1912-08-25

Clayton Behee, Thirteen Women

1912-11-15

Ruth Alder, The Women

1913-01-24

Jeanne Sorel, Prehistoric Women

1913-02-09

Johann Petursson, Prehistoric Women

1913-09-28

Vivian Fine, Chicago Ill, composer (Women in the Garden)

1913-12-09

Homai Vyarawalla, Three Women and a Camera

1913-12-27

R.M. Lumiansky, Gap-Toothed Women

1913-9-13

Theodora Lynch, Forgotten Women

1914-01-30

Vittorio Cottafavi, Hercules and the Captive Women

1914-02-04

Vladimir Dedijer, Pretty Women Walking Through the City

1914-03-25

Aline Saarinen, Not for Women Only

1914-10-23

Norma Shebbeare, Women in Love

1914-12-15

Red River Dave, Pretty Women

1914-12-23

Billy Vine, Vine Women and Song

1915-02-10

Muriel Hutchison, The Women

1915-08-17

Allan Nixon, Mesa of Lost Women

1915-10-28

Gábor Pogány, Two Women

1916-01-12

Pieter Willem Botha, Liberation Women

1916-02-17

Raf Vallone, Tropea Italy, actor (El Cid, 2 Women, Greek Tycoon)

1916-03-03

Al Zimbalist, Cat-Women of the Moon

1916-08-15

Barbara Denny, All Women Have Secrets

1916-08-27

Hortense Raky, Women's Paradise

1916-10-21

Andrea Checchi, Two Women

1916-10-23

Patricia Ziegfeld Stephenson, Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women

1916-11-09

Martha Settle Putney, The Women of World War II

1916-12-31

Francisca Caballero, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1917-03-03

Bert van Aerschot, Flemish writer (Elevator, Women)

1917-05-01

Pauline Letts, The Trojan Women

1917-12-05

Mary Bovard, Women in Hiding

1918-03-26

Eduardo Calvo, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1918-06-22

Lourelei Prior, The Women of World War II

1918-07-26

Kenneth Rive, Rasputin, Demon with Women

1918-08-22

Fay Cotton, All Women Have Secrets

1918-10-05

Michael Enserro, Women of Silure

1918-10-08

Sanae Takasugi, Women of the Night

1918-11-07

Paul Aussaresses, Torture?/Women in Combat/Ms. Swift

1918-11-10

Kenneth Seiling, Nice Women

1918-12-02

Mieko Takamine, The Garden of Women

1919-04-05

Wyn Cahoon, Women in Prison

1919-05-19

Betty Jameson, Norman OK, LPGA golfer (1947 US Women's Open)

1919-07-05

James Dowell Vance, 3 Women

1919-08-05

Ann Morriss, The Women

1919-11-02

Greta Ferell, Dr. T and the Women

1920-01-01

Georges Roitfeld, The Senator Likes Women

1920-04-08

Toby Felker, The Women of World War II

1920-06-29

Seroy Blond, Violent Women

1920-10-14

Cécile Ossbahr, Two Women

1920-11-03

Mary González, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1920-12-18

Eddy Marnay, 8 Women

1920-9-13

Carole Mathews, Swamp Women

1920-9-22

Freydis Sharland, Spitfire Women

1921-01-16

Iona Crim Gilbert, The Women of World War II

1921-02-04

Betty Friedan, Women's Lib

1921-04-05

Lady Fisher, founder (British Women Caring Trust)

1921-08-07

Karel Husa, Prague Czechoslovakia, composer (Trojan Women)

1921-10-22

Georges Brassens, 8 Women

1921-11-04

Inga Berggren, Secrets of Women

1921-12-21

Juan Solano, The Women on the 6th Floor

1921-9-06

Michel Fermaud, The Man Who Loved Women

1921-9-20

Slappy White, Amazon Women on the Moon

1922-03-24

Dorothy Irene Height, president (national council of negro women)

1922-04-02

Vyacheslav Aleksandrov, Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women

1922-05-11

Betty Lee, Three Vaudeville Women: May Irwin, Marie Dressler, and Eva Tanguay

1922-06-03

Joy Shelton, Designing Women

1922-06-11

Michael Cacoyannis, director (Zorba the Greek, Trojan Women)

1922-07-09

Ruth Vann, Women's Prison

1922-08-08

Rudi Gernreich, designer (1st women's topless swimsuit, miniskirt)

1922-10-28

Marie Louise Fischer, Women in Hospital

1922-11-07

Percy Brandt, The Women on the Roof

1922-11-23

Franco Balducci, Two Women

1922-12-27

Barbro Sörman, Secrets of Women

1922-9-30

Michel Lemoine, Seven Women for Satan

1923-01-31

Larry Buchanan, Mars Needs Women

1923-05-21

Dorothy Hewett, Journey Among Women

1923-06-15

Alan Robertson, Little Women

1923-09-07

Louise Suggs, Atlanta GA, LPGA golfer (US Women's Open-1949, 52)

1923-11-05

Mary Dent Crisp, Women - for America, for the World

1923-9-14

Nicholas Georgiadis, The Trojan Women

1924-02-12

Hans Berghuis, Dutch author/poet (3 Women, Adam)

1924-03-22

Romany Bain, Men, Women and Clothes

1924-06-22

Olivier Mathot, Captive Women 4

1924-06-30

Flo Sandon's, The Ship of Condemned Women

1924-11-30

Shirley Chisholm, Women - for America, for the World

1924-9-28

Rosetta Reitz, Wild Women Don't Have the Blues/The Muse

1925-01-11

Betty Bumpers, Women - for America, for the World

1925-01-27

Holly Betaudier, Gold of the Amazon Women

1925-04-17

Anne Harris, CEO (Natl Federation of Women's Institutes)

1925-08-15

Gertrude Shope, Johannesburg, South Africa, leader of the ANC Women's League

1925-10-10

Francisco Aguabella, Maria Costa's Macho Men and the Women Who Love Them

1925-11-21

Clelle Mahon, The Beast That Killed Women

1925-12-12

Beverly Dennis, Westward the Women

1926-03-02

Xin Liang, The Red Detachment of Women

1926-05-14

Maurine Duvalier, Island Women

1926-05-29

Charles Denner, The Man Who Loved Women

1926-08-14

Alice Ghostley, Eve Montana, actress (Bewitched, Designing Women)

1926-11-05

Robert Fortier, 3 Women

1927-01-03

Ivano Staccioli, Women's Camp 119

1927-01-29

Kerry Vaughn, Prehistoric Women

1927-04-25

Pier Ludovico Pavoni, Mill of the Stone Women

1927-05-06

Ettore Manni, City of Women

1927-06-02

Harriett Woods, Women Serial Killers

1927-08-18

Antonella Della Porta, Two Women

1927-10-01

Max Morath, Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley

1927-12-05

Tommy Thompson, Dr. T and the Women

1927-9-11

Jon Kowal, Mudd's Women

1927-9-28

Robert Thomas, 8 Women

1928-01-17

Freire, The Women on the 6th Floor

1928-01-26

Roger Vadim, France, director (And God Created Women, Barbarella)

1928-03-13

Fred Hudson, Kipling's Women

1928-04-24

Nicolò Ferrari, Hercules and the Captive Women

1928-05-13

Remo Usai, Women in Fury

1928-06-02

Lenore Lonergan, Westward the Women

1928-06-07

Reg Park, Hercules and the Captive Women

1928-08-24

Penny Edwards, Missing Women

1928-08-30

Harvey Hart, Mudd's Women

1928-12-23

Bradford Jackson, The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent

1929-03-05

Joan Shawlee, Forest Hills NY, actress (Prehistoric Women)

1929-03-27

Sybil Williams, Women of Dolwyn

1929-04-17

James Last, Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps

1929-04-30

Tadeusz Ryszka, How to Gain Money, Women and Fame?

1929-05-17

Steve Klisanin, The Wild Women of Wongo

1929-11-21

Marilyn French, US author (The Women's Room)

1929-11-21

Marilyn French, The Women's Room

1929-12-06

Frank Springer, With Woman: A Documentary About Women, Midwives and Birth

1929-9-09

André Sallyman, The Ways of Women

1930-04-02

Ronald Wilson, Lives of Girls & Women

1930-04-08

Wilma De Angelis, Women Vs Men

1930-06-19

Jessica Mcclintock, What Women Want

1930-10-30

René Douglas, Captive Women 4

1931-01-06

Márcia Real, Overwhelming Women

1931-03-21

Marc Hannibal, Super Stooges vs the Wonder Women

1931-03-27

Tandra Quinn, Mesa of Lost Women

1931-08-15

Janice Rule, 3 Women

1931-11-30

Donald F. Muhich, Amazon Women on the Moon

1931-12-09

Luciano Marin, Hercules and the Captive Women

1931-9-08

Suzanne Alexander, Cat-Women of the Moon

1932-01-30

Rino Di Silvestro, Deported Women of the SS Special Section

1932-02-03

Peggy Ann Garner, Canton Ohio, actress (Little Women, Daisy Kenyon)

1932-03-31

John Jakes, Chicago, writer (Sir Scoundrel, Great Women Reporters)

1932-03-31

Kerstin Palo, Caged Women

1932-04-20

Myriam Bru, ...and the Wild Wild Women

1932-04-29

Andrew Simpkins, The Man Who Loved Women

1932-05-31

Elizabeth Southey, British CEO (Natl Fed of Women's Institutes)

1932-08-15

Abby Dalton, The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent

1932-10-04

Jay Sayer, The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent

1932-10-06

Gloria Lane, educator/author/founder (Women's International Center)

1932-10-27

Sylvia Plath, Boston Massachusetts, American poet (Colossus, 3 Women, Bell Jar)

1932-12-10

Virginia Graham, The Manson Women: An American Nightmare

1933-01-02

Julieta Serrano, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1933-01-04

Nance Lee Ferrar, The Women

1933-05-12

Stephen Vizinczey, In Praise of Older Women

1933-08-12

Jackie Hamblin, Westward the Women

1933-10-02

Michel Plasson, Little Women

1933-11-22

Judy Kreston, Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley

1934-02-14

Warren Hammack, Mars Needs Women

1934-04-06

Carole Lee Kilbry, The Women

1934-04-16

Cal Duggan, Mars Needs Women

1934-05-06

Carole Lee Kirby, The Women

1934-05-10

Jayne Cortez, Yari Yari: Black Women Writers and the Future

1934-09-28

Brigitte Bardot, Paris France, sex kitten (And God Created Women)

1934-10-07

Charlie Davao, Women in Cages

1934-10-07

Iris Rautenberg, The Wild Women of Wongo

1934-9-20

Sophia Loren, Two Women

1935-01-05

Nancy Johnson, Women & Retirement

1935-04-05

Berd Jönsson, The Ways of Women

1935-06-20

John Berkely Taylor, Island Women

1935-07-02

Charles Rosher Jr., 3 Women

1935-11-11

Kathleen Shannon, Dream of a Free Country: A Message from Nicaraguan Women

1935-12-16

Gerald Busby, 3 Women

1936-01-16

Halit Çapin, Ten Fearless Women

1936-05-09

Glenda Jackson, Cheshire England, actress (Women in Love)

1936-06-27

Geneviève Fontanel, The Man Who Loved Women

1936-07-20

Barbara Mikulski, 14 Women

1936-12-23

La Lupe, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1937-01-03

Kazuko Inano, Whirlpool of Women

1937-01-26

Robert Serrecchia, The Wild Women of Wongo

1937-02-20

Nancy Wilson, Great Women Singers of the 20th Century: Nancy Wilson

1937-05-10

Khatam Faiziyev, Women Kingdom

1937-05-12

Beryl Burton, UK, won record (7) women's cycling titles

1937-05-17

Ann Palmer, Mars Needs Women

1937-07-12

Bogoljub Kahriman, Pretty Women Walking Through the City

1937-11-11

Richard Celeste, Women on Death Row 2

1938-01-04

Scilla Gabel, Mill of the Stone Women

1938-03-02

Jennifer Gan, Women in Cages

1938-03-07

Janet Guthrie, Fast Women: The Ladies of Auto Racing

1938-05-22

Susan Strasberg, NYC, actress (In Praise of Older Women, Manitou)

1938-07-08

Marian Ackerman, women's rights advocacy administrator

1938-9-20

Sierra Pecheur, 3 Women

1939-04-04

JoAnne Carner, Kirkland WA, LPGA golfer (1976 US Women's Open)

1939-04-15

Désiré Ecaré, Faces of Women

1939-05-25

Dixie Carter, TN, actress (Designing Women, Edge of Night)

1939-06-10

Alexandra Stewart, Montreal, actress (In Praise of Older Women)

1939-07-30

Eleanor Smeal, leader (National Organization for Women)

1939-12-08

Jennie Linden, Women in Love

1940-03-14

Eleanor Fount, English actress (Women in Love, Bedazzled)

1940-03-27

Janis Martin, Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly

1940-06-13

Charles May, Wonder Women

1940-06-14

Laura Efrikian, Hercules and the Captive Women

1940-08-23

Preston Pierce, Angels' Wild Women

1940-10-04

Juliet Mitchell, The Image of Women

1940-12-12

David Lahm, Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley

1940-12-17

Anna Prucnal, City of Women

1941-01-19

Kathy Kohner, Flux: Redefining Women's Surfing

1941-04-11

Ellen Goodman, Women - for America, for the World

1941-05-03

Nona Gaprindasvili, USSR, world women's chess champ (1962-78)

1941-07-22

Susie M Berning, Pasadena CA, LPGA golfer (US Women's Open-1972, 73)

1942-02-02

Stephanie Randall, Prehistoric Women

1942-03-18

Peter Fischer, Secrets of Women

1942-04-13

Gloria Feldt, Feminomics Fem-nominal Women: Gloria Feldt

1942-12-23

Tillie Fowler, Women and Power in the Senate

1942-9-08

George Sibley, Death Row Women

1943-01-01

Jerilyn Britz, Minneapolis MN, LPGA golfer (1979 US Women's Open)

1943-03-25

Katsuya Kobayashi, 8 ½ Women

1943-05-02

Fiammetta Baralla, City of Women

1943-06-04

Sandra Haynie, Fort Worth TX, LPGA golfer (1974 US Women's Open)

1943-06-16

Mary Lea Bandy, Without Lying Down: Frances Marion and the Power of Women in Hollywood

1943-07-22

Kay Bailey Hutchison, 14 Women

1943-11-15

Philip Furia, Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley

1944-05-17

Sylvie Genevoix, Women Reply

1944-05-26

Janice Schakowsky, Women & Sequester; Marissa Mayer's Yahoo; Rep. Schakowsky

1944-10-07

Tallie Cochrane, Five Loose Women

1944-11-20

David Osterhout, Women in Cages

1944-11-24

Candy Darling, Women in Revolt

1944-9-05

Kirk Nyby, Log 69: Cigarettes, Cars, and Wild, Wild Women

1945-03-09

Laura Lee, [Rundless], singer (Dirty Man, Women's Love Rights)

1945-03-24

Wanda Hammerbeck, Betrayed: A Story of Three Women

1945-06-08

Donna Deitch, director (Sexual Advances, Women of Brewster Place)

1945-06-27

Catherine Lacoste, Paris France, golfer (US Women's Open 1967)

1945-08-02

Jewell Jackson McCabe, pres (natl coaltion of 100 black women)

1945-10-19

Patricia Ireland, feminist/president (National Organization of Women)

1946-04-14

Mireille Giuliano, French Women Don't Get Fat

1946-04-22

Esme Newton-Dunn, Not for Women Only

1946-07-28

Richard Heffer, Women in Love

1946-08-14

Richard Molnar, They Shoot Fat Women, Don't They?

1946-10-07

Jinghua Xue, The Red Detachment of Women

1946-11-18

Maggie Thrett, Mudd's Women

1946-11-28

Sabine Glaser, The Man Who Loved Women

1946-9-15

Victor Neufeld, Boys & Girls Are Different: Men, Women & the Sex Difference

1947-04-15

Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, TV producer (Designing Women, Murphy Brown)

1947-04-15

Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, Designing Women

1947-04-26

Donna DeVarona, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1947-05-06

Antonia Brancati, When Women Were Called Virgins

1947-06-24

Walter Willison, Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women

1947-07-20

Judi Connelli, The Pack of Women

1947-07-23

Cynthia Herman, Uncommon Women... and Others

1947-08-25

Leif-Åke Kusbom, Secrets of Women

1947-11-28

Michel Berger, 8 Women

1947-9-17

Craig Richard Nelson, 3 Women

1947-9-25

Firmine Richard, 8 Women

1948-01-10

Guillermo Montesinos, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1948-02-08

Lyndo Lyon, Death Row Women

1948-04-18

Jana Robbins, The Women

1948-06-05

Gail Davies, The Women of Country

1948-06-18

Robyn Archer, The Pack of Women

1948-07-17

Jaleh Daie, College Women in Computer Science

1948-08-05

Tony DiCicco, Wethersfield Ct, US women's soccer coach (Olympics-96)

1948-08-07

Antonis Vardis, Let the Women Wait

1948-08-22

Eleonora Brown, Two Women

1949-03-16

Bertha Knox Gilkey, welfare & tenament rights for urban women

1949-04-10

Norberto Trujillo, Killer Women

1949-05-15

Wendy Pritchard, Australian women's field hockey team manager (Oly-96)

1949-08-07

Matthew Parris, Men and Women: What's the Difference?

1949-08-23

Leslie Van Houten, The Manson Women: Inside the Murders

1949-10-04

John Aler, Little Women

1949-10-24

Robert Pickton, Canadian charged with the first degree murder of twenty-six women

1950-01-10

Terry Benes, Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley

1950-01-25

Gloria Naylor, US author (Women of Brewster Place)

1950-01-25

Gloria Naylor, The Women of Brewster Place

1950-03-12

Wheeler Winston Dixon, Women Who Made the Movies

1950-04-29

Debbie Stabenow, 14 Women

1950-05-01

Swanee Hunt, Get Real! Wise Women Speak

1950-06-16

Sharon Gurney, Women in Love

1950-07-15

Carl Dante, Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

1950-10-11

Patty Murray, 14 Women

1950-11-21

Sau Sek, Pavilion of Women

1950-12-18

Gillian Armstrong, Little Women

1950-9-12

Bob Hubar, 8 ½ Women

1951-01-15

Michael De Vries, Four Women and a Funeral

1951-01-31

Cristine Rose, What Women Want

1951-02-24

Helen Shaver, Ontario Canada, actress (WIOU, Praise of Older Women)

1951-03-24

Pat Bradley, Westford Massachusetts, LPGA golfer (1981 US Women's Open)

1951-07-21

Diana Dennis, Portland Oregon, body builder (Women Physique World)

1951-12-15

Ronnie Burke, Death Row Women

1951-12-27

Barbara Hoyt, The Manson Women: An American Nightmare

1952-02-06

Richard Charsworth, Australian women field hockey head coach (Oly-96)

1952-04-06

Marilu Henner, Chicago, actress (Taxi, Man Who Loved Women, Eve Shade)

1952-06-13

Ernest Greene, Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women

1952-10-28

Annie Potts, Nashville TN, actress (Mary Jo-Designing Women)

1953-02-11

Henri Pagnoncelli, Women in Fury

1953-04-05

Keiko Han, Little Women

1953-04-12

Linda Gordon, Angels' Wild Women

1953-05-11

Kiti Mánver, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1953-08-20

James Trenton, Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

1953-10-02

J. Patrick Sullivan, Women of San Quentin

1954-03-11

Sakis Boulas, Let the Women Wait

1954-04-15

Martine Azencot, Seven Women for Satan

1954-06-19

Robert Briscoe Evans, What Women Want

1954-07-28

Nnenna Freelon, What Women Want

1954-07-29

David Levy, Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women

1954-08-13

Dana Hayes, Older Women & Younger Women 4

1954-08-30

Iliya Kostov, Time for Women

1954-10-22

Carla Dunlap, Women of Iron

1955-02-15

Bev Francis, Australia, world women's power-lifting champion

1955-02-15

Bev Francis, Pumping Iron II: The Women

1955-02-22

Junko Mabuki, All Women Are Whores

1955-03-08

Spiros Papadopoulos, Poisonous Women

1955-04-04

Marco Lodola, Men Vs Women

1955-04-23

Captain Sensible, [Ray Burns], UK, rock bassist (Women & Capts 1st)

1955-05-11

Vladimir Yarin, Old Women

1955-08-13

Betsy King, Reading Pennsylvania, LPGA golfer (1990 US Women's Open)

1955-10-11

Linda Boone, G-d in Hollywood with 1st Annual Ascend Conference for Remarkable Women

1956-02-03

Yannis Zouganelis, Let the Women Wait

1956-03-10

Janet Anderson, West Sunbury PA, LPGA golfer (1982 US Women's Open)

1956-07-30

Delta Burke, Orlando Fla, actress (Suzanne-Designing Women)

1956-07-30

Delta Burke, What Women Want

1956-10-27

Patty Sheehan, Middlebury Vermont, LPGA golfer (1994 US Women's Open)

1956-12-18

Drew Vigen, House of Women

1956-12-30

Sheryl Lee Ralph, actress (Moesia, Designing Women)

1957-03-26

Shirin Neshat, Women Without Men

1957-04-12

Andrew Dunn, Between Two Women

1957-04-15

Evelyn Ashford, World Class Women

1957-04-23

Jan Hooks, Decatur Georgia, comedienne actress (SNL, Designing Women)

1957-05-21

Bruno Fontaine, 8 Women

1957-06-05

Yusup Razykov, Women Kingdom

1957-06-17

Tracy Gershon, Hairdos and Heartache: The Women of Country Music

1957-11-07

Sheila Mullen, Hedgebrook: Women Authoring Change

1957-9-12

Anya Pencheva, Time for Women

1958-06-05

Dionysius Zervos, Romeo: Love Master of the Wild Women's Dorm

1958-06-12

Meredith Brooks, What Women Want

1958-06-14

Lani Silver, Ten Violent Women

1959-01-13

Brenda Kelly, The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space

1959-04-17

Kathrin Middleton, What Women Want

1959-05-07

Mick LaSalle, Complicated Women

1959-08-24

Keita Amemiya, Unholy Women

1959-08-28

Mary Murphy, Birmingham MI, LPGA golfer (1990 US Women's Open-5th)

1959-09-13

Jean Smart, Seattle Wash, actress (Charlene-Designing Women)

1960-01-11

Christian Reitz, Heimat Fragments: The Women

1960-02-05

Jane Geddes, Huntington New York, LPGA golfer (1987 Women's Kemper Open)

1960-03-01

Alicia Dibos, Lima Peru, LPGA golfer (1994 US Women's Open-4th)

1960-05-04

Michael Conley, Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny

1960-05-15

Lee Woodruff, The Funny Women Behind TV's Popular Newsmen: Ali Wentworth & Lee Woodruff

1960-07-05

Michelle St. James, Older Women and Younger Women 3

1960-07-06

Lauri Merten, Waukesha WI, LPGA golfer (1993 US Women's Open)

1960-07-20

Lauren Gregg, Rochester Minn, US women's soccer coach (Olympics-96)

1960-08-12

Irene Cortez, Dr. T and the Women

1960-10-22

Sally Jenkins, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1960-9-30

Blanche Lincoln, 14 Women

1961-01-17

Maia Chiburdanidze, Kutaisi USSR, women's world chess champ

1961-03-10

Rhett Coates, Women's Studies

1961-03-20

Kathy Guadagnino, Albany NY, LPGA golfer (1985 US Women's Open)

1961-06-11

María Barranco, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1961-07-13

Steven Woodcock, Between Two Women

1961-12-27

Caroline Gowan, Greenville SC, LPGA golfer (SC Women's Amat-1981, 83)

1961-9-17

James E. Cornette, Come Get Some: The Women of the WWF

1962-03-13

Vandal Drummond, Wrestling Women USA!

1962-04-27

Valentina Chepiga, The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space

1962-05-04

Tracy Vaccaro, The Man Who Loved Women

1962-05-20

Lydia Cheng, Pumping Iron II: The Women

1962-07-22

Gennadi Sidorov, Old Women

1962-08-03

Tina Lehtola, Finland, women's ski jumper (world's record holder)

1962-11-18

Jill Briles-Hinton, Elmhurst IL, LPGA golfer (1995 Women's Open-16th)

1963-04-14

Meg Mallon, Natick Massachusetts, LPGA golfer (1991 US Women's Open)

1963-06-03

Deb Richard, Abbeville LA, LPGA golfer (1991 Women's Kemper Open)

1963-06-12

Lisa Halpern, Hedgebrook: Women Authoring Change

1963-06-19

Robert DeCanio, Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle

1963-07-30

Monique Gabrielle, LA Cal, actress (Bad Girls 4, Amazon Women on Moon)

1963-07-30

Monique Gabrielle, Amazon Women on the Moon

1963-08-15

Lydia Czuckermann-Hatuel, Israel, Women's foil fencer (Oly-1996)

1963-10-09

Ingrid Oliu, Real Women Have Curves

1963-10-16

Bingjian Liu, Men and Women

1963-11-24

Karl Linde, What Women Want

1964-02-27

April Heinrichs, Littleton Colo, US women's soccer coach (Olympic-96)

1964-02-27

April Heinrichs, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1964-07-06

Bernardo Bonezzi, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1964-11-26

Magnus Mark, Whaled Women

1964-11-30

Shawna Robinson, Fast Women: The Ladies of Auto Racing

1964-12-10

Prudence Liew, True Women for Sale

1964-9-16

Rossy de Palma, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1965-01-21

Tania Abitbol, Madrid Spain, LPGA golfer (1994 US Women's Open-4th)

1965-03-08

Heidi Helmer, What Women Want

1965-04-12

Paul Dillett, Come Get Some: The Women of the WWF

1965-08-12

Suzanna McGee, The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space

1965-12-16

Page Dunlap, Harrisonburg VA, LPGA golfer (1994 Atlanta Women's-8th)

1965-9-01

Nils Tavernier, Story of Women

1966-02-01

Michelle Akers, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1966-03-21

Karen Lunn, Cowra Australia, LPGA golfer (1993 Women's British Open)

1966-03-27

Christiane Covington, Conversations with Other Women

1966-04-09

Thomas Doll, Wild Women Don't Have the Blues

1966-04-27

Lizza Liques, Older Women & Younger Women 4

1966-05-20

Liselotte Neumann, Finspang Sweden, LPGA golfer (1988 US Women's Open)

1966-05-21

Lisa Edelstein, What Women Want

1966-06-18

Gregory Mikell, Influencial Women in Entertainment

1966-07-13

Matthew Terry, What Do Women Want

1966-08-27

Sergio Otegui, My Mother Likes Women

1966-11-30

Chris Nicklas, Overwhelming Women

1966-12-22

María Pujalte, My Mother Likes Women

1967-04-24

Norman Hansen, Women Drivers

1967-05-01

Yael Arad, Israel, Women's half middleweight judoka (Oly-1996)

1967-06-29

Heidi Lee Morgan, POWW: Powerful Women of Wrestling

1967-08-19

Chris Cormier, Come Get Some: The Women of the WWF

1967-9-29

Ari Bass, Men Named Milo, Women Named Greta

1968-01-28

Viviana Saccone, Little Women Forever

1968-02-08

Joy Fawcett, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1968-02-10

Lorraine Olivia, Playboy: Women of Color

1968-02-25

Sandrine Kiberlain, The Women on the 6th Floor

1968-05-06

Bibette Blanche, Women Seeking Women 116

1968-05-25

Debbi Miho Koyama, LPGA golfer (1995 US Women's Open-28th)

1968-08-20

Hillary Heath, Women on Death Row 2

1968-12-20

Corrie Clark, Little Women

1968-12-28

Susan Hartman, Texas Women

1968-9-04

Natacha Amal, 8 ½ Women

1968-9-28

Ruth Conniff, Women and Work; Obama's Cabinet; FLMA

1969-01-18

Shannon Meteraud, 1996 LifeQuest Triple Crown of Women's Fitness

1969-02-22

Leslie Spalding, Billings MT, golfer (Montana Women's Amat-90, 91)

1969-03-04

Annie Shizuka Inoh, Good Men, Good Women

1969-06-27

Shawne Fielding, Dr. T and the Women

1969-07-22

Diana Maria Riva, What Women Want

1969-08-07

Debbie Foreman, Fast Food Fast Women

1969-08-14

Lori Dennis, Real Designing Women

1969-10-07

Malia Hosaka, POWW: Powerful Women of Wrestling

1969-11-13

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Women on the Front Line

1969-12-18

Joanne Mills, Sydney Aust, golfer (T25 Holden 1994 Women's Aust Open)

1970-03-28

Pettra Mapp, Women Who Dislike Women

1970-08-22

Fredrik Fernbrant, Four Women

1970-10-09

Annika Sorenstam, Stockholm Sweden, LPGA golfer (1995 US Women's Open)

1970-10-20

Joe Petcka, What Women Want

1970-9-03

Bo Linton, Ronny Camaro and Seven Angry Women

1971-01-02

Lena Johanessen, The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space

1971-01-16

Karl Rhodes, Women Prisoners of SS Camp from Hell

1971-03-02

Gwen Gioia, The Women Tell All

1971-05-09

Tristan Taormino, Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women

1971-05-19

Julian Chen, What Women Want

1971-05-28

J Graigory, Designing Women

1971-06-08

Mark Feuerstein, What Women Want

1971-07-09

Ewa Konstancja Bulhak, Women's Day

1971-07-20

Stephanie Clayman, The Women

1971-07-22

Kristine Lilly, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1971-08-21

Tiffany Hendra, 12 Hot Women

1971-10-07

Aasmah Mir, A Fair Deal for Women

1971-9-10

Susanne Werth, Women in New York

1971-9-24

April Hunter, Naked Women's Wrestling League

1972-03-17

Mia Hamm, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1972-04-27

Caspar Arnhold, Heimat Fragments: The Women

1972-05-22

Bronwen Astor, Loose Women

1972-06-02

Renee Heiken, Peoria IL, LPGA golfer (1994 Florida Women's Open)

1972-07-10

Kelly Ryan, 1996 LifeQuest Triple Crown of Women's Fitness

1972-07-21

Lilach Parisky, Israel, Women's foil fencer (Oly-1996)

1972-08-11

Mel Jones, Women's Twenty20 International: Southern Stars vs White Ferns

1973-02-09

Svetlana Boginskaya, ESPN Gymnastics: 1991 Women's World Championships

1973-03-03

Jacqui Moore, Loose Women

1973-03-18

Heather Chase, Women Fighting Back Special Edition

1973-04-06

Maurizia Cacciatori, Men Vs Women

1973-04-10

Africa, Women of Color 3

1973-05-14

Sinéad O'Carroll, What Women Want

1973-05-31

Kate Howey, Women's Final

1973-07-19

Simply Luscious, Women's Erotic Wrestling: Diva Destruction

1973-11-06

Lily Redd, Women Seeking Women 49

1973-12-03

Sammy Leung, True Women for Sale

1973-12-07

Bobby Abate, Certain Women

1974-01-24

Shii Ann Huang, Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle

1974-01-30

Christian Bale, Wales, actor (Empire of the Sun, Little Women)

1974-02-09

Marek Wróbel, Women's Day

1974-04-11

Paula Cohen, Overwhelming Women

1974-05-03

Lucia Ocone, Men Vs Women

1974-06-04

Michael Miller, Dr. T and the Women

1974-06-22

Kimberly Dawn Davis, Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 1

1974-08-11

Anju Jain, Indian cricketer(women's team)

1974-08-16

Daniella Kimber, Women Who Eat Meat

1974-08-29

Illona, Women's Affairs

1974-10-03

Jack Helmuth, Women Aren't Funny

1974-10-20

Ayelet Ohayon, Israel, Women's foil fencer (Oly-1996)

1974-11-16

Brooke Elliott, What Women Want

1974-11-29

Tanya Vance, Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle

1975-01-15

Monica Mendez, Playboy: Women Behaving Badly

1975-02-03

Christian Lauritzen, The Day the Women Took Over or I Was a Teenage Neo-Impressionist

1975-02-16

Peter Ørskov Madsen, The Day the Women Took Over or I Was a Teenage Neo-Impressionist

1975-03-06

Cornel Smit, Still Single? A Divorced Man's journey to understanding Women

1975-03-29

Will Coles, Fast Food Fast Women

1975-04-30

Elliott Sadler, 52 Most Irresistible Women

1975-06-04

Mary Lee Weir, Rose Circles ~Women's Upliftment~

1975-06-08

Mari Asp, The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space

1975-06-10

Rebecca Cardon, Women Leaving Men for Other Women

1975-07-03

Brandy Hale, 1996 LifeQuest Triple Crown of Women's Fitness

1975-07-04

Michael Wayne Thomas, Married Men and Single Women

1975-08-21

Catt Sadler, Women Like Us

1975-10-16

Augusto Vargas, Overwhelming Women

1975-11-04

Hannah Crum, Safety First: The Rise of Women!

1976-01-07

Erin Collins, Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle

1976-04-07

Tara McPherson, Amazon Women in the Mood

1976-04-13

Morten Ting Mortensen, The Day the Women Took Over or I Was a Teenage Neo-Impressionist

1976-05-14

Aussie Amber, Blonde Women Black Men 2

1976-06-27

Maria Sadowska, Women's Day

1976-07-09

Adam Payne, What Women Want

1976-07-10

Nathan J. McCoy, Conversations with Other Women

1976-08-16

Leah Haywood, What Women Want

1976-08-23

Kate Markgraf, Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

1976-10-05

Caryn Greenhut, What Women Want

1976-11-03

Alejandra Quevedo, Killer Women

1976-9-10

Lackey Bevis, Real Women Have Curves

1977-04-18

Zane Michael Scott, Dr. T and the Women

1977-04-21

Jeff Howard, 12 Hot Women

1977-07-20

Shany Kedmy, Israel, Women's 470 yachter (Oly-14th-1996)

1977-08-03

Simon Larsen, The Day the Women Took Over or I Was a Teenage Neo-Impressionist

1977-10-24

Gabrielle Zevin, Conversations with Other Women

1977-10-26

Promise, Older Women and Younger Women 3

1978-01-08

Tara LaRosa, Ultimate Women Fighters

1978-03-19

Heather C. Jackson, Women's Studies

1978-03-30

Pedro Marques, 8 Women

1978-05-03

Manish Jha, Matrubhoomi: A Nation Without Women

1978-06-26

Mark Phair, 50 Most Wicked Women of Primetime

1978-07-28

Katey Bright, Women Behind the Camera

1978-08-03

Butter, Women Seeking Women 7

1978-08-26

Mandy Weaver, Naked Women's Wrestling League

1978-11-06

Cindy Marie Martin, Women's Studies

1978-11-26

Robin Collins, Little Women

1978-12-19

Ann Brookstone, Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 4

1978-9-12

Robb Zbacnik, Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle

1978-9-29

Salman Bokhari, Safety First: The Rise of Women!

1979-01-10

Francesca Piccinini, Men Vs Women

1979-02-22

David Lopez, Queens NY, actor (and God Created Women, Ghostwriter)

1979-04-17

Christian Steel, Zombie Women of Satan

1979-04-27

Kelly Goldsmith, Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle

1979-04-27

Daniel Millar, The Trouble with Men and Women

1979-05-12

Jennifer Reed, Women Seeking Women 9

1979-05-29

Sarah Jo Pender, Women Behind Bars with Trevor McDonald

1979-11-22

Krisily Kennedy, The Women Tell All

1979-12-02

Cecille Gahr, Sexiest Women of Reality TV Swimsuit Calendar Edition

1979-12-11

Michelle Procopio, The Women Tell All

1979-12-17

Charlotte Edwards, Twenty 20 World Cup Final: Sri Lanka vs Pakistan & England Women vs New Zealand Women

1979-9-11

Tulip Joshi, Matrubhoomi: A Nation Without Women

1980-01-07

Tonya Cooley, Sexiest Women of Reality TV 2007

1980-01-30

Devin Sidell, The Rainy Day Women

1980-01-30

James Milstead, How to Meet Women

1980-05-30

Rebecca Lee, Land Gold Women

1980-08-20

Lexxus, World Women's Wrestling: 2nd Anniversary Spectacular!

1980-08-28

Victoria Anisova, The Hottest Women on Earth

1980-11-12

Meghan Allen, Playboy: Women of Fear Factor

1980-11-29

Mariah Cherry, Older Women and Younger Women 3

1981-01-02

Cal Sade, Women & Menu

1981-01-03

Polly Hannah Klaas, Little Women

1981-01-12

Krissy Vaine, Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 1

1981-03-15

Christopher Simon, Maria Costa's Macho Men and the Women Who Love Them

1981-03-27

Katie Kneeland, What Women Want

1981-05-04

Megan Renee Burgess, Women & Menu

1981-08-07

Linda Boelsche, Women & Menu

1981-10-03

Daniel James, Hercules and the Amazon Women

1981-11-05

Megan Hauserman, Sexiest Women of Reality TV Swimsuit Calendar Edition

1982-01-28

Annie Social, Naked Women's Wrestling League

1982-03-24

Angela Oh, What Women Want

1982-03-24

Andrea Marin, World's Sexiest Nude Women

1982-04-06

Caroline Elyssia, Zombie Women of Satan 2

1982-05-15

Andi Eystad, What Women Want

1982-06-22

Lorelei Lee, Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 3

1982-07-14

Neville Kiser, Women of China

1982-11-09

Derek Franzese, Men, Women & Children

1982-11-11

Christie Ricci, Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 1

1982-11-17

Destiny Diamond, Women of Color 4

1982-12-01

Antoine Manceaux, The Day All Women Loved Me

1982-9-04

Alessandra Streignard, In Praise of Older Women

1982-9-30

Briana Manson, Little Women: LA

1983-01-13

Jaala Pickering, A Brief History of Women

1983-03-10

Natasha Alam, The Women

1983-04-16

Johanna Botta, Sexiest Women of Reality TV 2007

1983-06-14

Gustav Almlöf, Ode to Women

1983-06-25

Pegah Ferydoni, Women Without Men

1983-07-05

Alex Heim, The Day All Women Loved Me

1983-10-01

Lolita Chammah, Story of Women

1983-10-14

Molly Wilbanks, Real Ordinary Women

1983-9-29

Grant Turck, How to Succeed with Women Without Really Trying

1984-02-24

Emily Davinci, Older Women & Younger Women 4

1984-04-04

Jessie Baylin, The Women

1984-05-01

Denis Kosyakov, Women VS Men

1984-08-22

Sarah Elizabeth, Women of the Day

1984-10-15

Alex McKenna, What Women Want

1984-10-21

Phillip J. McLaughlin, Killer Women

1984-11-08

Amanda Corey, Sexiest Women of Reality TV Swimsuit Calendar Edition

1985-03-17

Taymaz Saba, Women on the Front Line

1985-04-07

Rachel Duncan, What Women Want

1985-10-17

Scott Bolger, God's Gift to Women

1985-9-03

Tiana Ringer, Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 1

1986-04-20

Kelsey Poe, The Women Tell All

1986-04-28

Sandra Larosa, Women Seeking Women 37

1986-07-20

Sanaei Moon, Women of Color 12

1986-08-16

Alexander Carpenter, Adventist Women + Equality = Unity

1987-01-30

Candice Cox, Women Seeking Women 30

1987-03-01

Nastasya Samburskaya, Women VS Men

1987-03-12

Jayma Ried, Women Seeking Women 44

1987-04-21

Kelsey Keel, In the Land of Women

1988-08-05

Amber Peck, Zombie Women of Satan 2

1988-08-26

Danielle Savre, In the Land of Women

1988-12-01

Rahi Daneshmand, Women Without Men

1989-04-28

Kendra Banxx, Women Seeking Women 58

1989-05-06

Nikki Pope, Trouble with Women

1989-07-31

Shameka Brown, Women of the Palms

1990-03-19

Yi-Lin Sie, Women Who Flirt

1990-06-06

Zach Zamchick, The Rape of the Sabine Women

1990-06-08

Staci Jamfrey, Zombie Women of Satan 2

1991-01-25

Lauren Donis, Films Directed by Women in the Silent Era

1991-10-03

Kanari Tsubaki, From The Second Half Of 2014. Ruby Yearbook Vol.1. Beauty And Sensuality. The Echoing Banquets Of Beautiful Mature Women

1993-05-01

Zoey Foxx, Working Women in a Bind

1993-05-28

Kaleb King, Men, Women & Children

1993-08-13

Natalie Lust, Inside the 50 Shades: Real Women Confess

1993-08-25

Zoey Paige, Working Women in a Bind

1994-10-25

Jean-Charles Deval, The Women on the 6th Floor

1994-11-16

India Ennenga, The Women

1995-06-22

Natasha Kingscote, Baudelaire's Women

1997-11-22

Juliette Gauntt, Dr. T and the Women

1999-11-17

Ida Février, Jacky in the Kingdom of Women

Women - Notable Weddings

Elizabeth Cady StantonMay 1, 1840

Women - Weddings
Date Event
1840-05-01

Women's rights activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton (24) weds fellow abolitionist Henry Brewster Stanton (34)

1989-02-18

Steve Garvey marries Candace Thomas while at same time being accused of fathering children by 2 other women

1989-05-28

Delta Burke (Designing Women) weds Gerald McRaney (Major Dad)

2006-05-06

Former WWF Women's Champion Sable (38) weds IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar (28) in Medina, Minnesota

2007-08-06

NBA Houston Rockets center Yao Ming (27) weds Chinese women's national basketball team member Ye Li (26) at the Pudong Shangri-La hotel in Shanghai

2007-08-11

U.S. Women's Olympic ice hockey team member Krissy Wendell (25) weds NHL player John Pohl (28) at the Rose Hill Alliance Church in West Roseville, Minnesota

Women - Notable Deaths

Sojourner TruthNov 26, 1883

Louisa May AlcottMar 6, 1888

Elizabeth Cady StantonOct 26, 1902

Kate SheppardJul 13, 1934

Ted BundyJan 24, 1989

Women - Deaths
Date Event
1627-07-04

Thomas Middleton, Elizabethan dramatist (Women Beware Women), dies

1666-09-01

French Neck, portrait painter (Women Portrait), dies at about 86

1883-11-26

Sojourner Truth, US abolitionist/women's rights advocate, dies at 96

1888-03-06

Louisa May Alcott, American author (Little Women), dies of a stroke at 55

1888-03-06

Louisa May Alcott, Little Women

1893-02-09

Henry C. DeMille, Men and Women

1900-08-28

Henry Sidgwick, English philosopher (Women on University), dies

1902-10-26

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, American women's rights activist (b. 1815)

1916-11-25

Inez Millholland, Votes for Women

1928-06-14

Emmeline Pankhurst, Eighty Million Women Want - ?

1930-03-02

D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love

1932-09-18

Peg Entwistle, Thirteen Women

1934-07-13

Kate Sheppard, New Zealand suffragette and the most prominent member of New Zealand's women's suffrage movement, dies at 87

1935-05-16

Harriet May Mills, Votes for Women

1939-03-25

Marion Ballou, Little Women

1940-11-20

Harriot Stanton Blatch, Eighty Million Women Want - ?

1940-12-11

J. Harold Murray, Women Everywhere

1940-12-21

Mary Cecil, The Women

1941-01-14

Bartley Costello, Story of Women

1941-11-21

Juanita Spellini, first women executed in Calif

1944-03-03

Elmer Fryer, God's Gift to Women

1945-12-14

Maurice Baring, King and Women

1947-03-09

Carrie Chapman Catt, American women's suffrage leader, dies at 88

1948-09-05

Barbara Denny, All Women Have Secrets

1950-04-02

Florence Nash, The Women

1950-08-10

Jeffrey Bernerd, Forgotten Women

1950-11-09

Maude Fulton, Other Men's Women

1951-01-23

Charles Edgar Schoenbaum, Little Women

1952-04-26

Charles L Baars, Dutch actor (Women Tamers), dies at 59

1952-06-06

Mabel Colcord, Little Women

1955-08-10

Jane Murfin, The Women

1955-11-17

Eduardo de Castro, Forbidden Women

1958-02-10

Billy Vine, Vine Women and Song

1958-03-12

Louis K. Ansell, Women in the Night

1958-12-29

Doris Humphrey, US dancer/choreographer (Dances of Women), dies at 63

1959-08-22

Alan Aynesworth, Women of Dolwyn

1959-08-23

Tiffany Thayer, Thirteen Women

1961-09-25

Frank Fay, American actor (God's Gift to Women), dies at 69

1962-01-15

Kenneth MacKenna, actor (Men Without Women), dies of cancer at 62

1962-10-02

Edward Goodman, Women Love Once

1962-11-11

Joseph Allen Jr, actor (All Women Have Secrets), dies at 44

1963-05-31

Edith Hamilton, The Trojan Women

1964-01-22

Marc Blitzstein, What Women Want

1966-05-26

Neal Dodd, actor (Only Women, You Belong to Me), dies at 86

1966-07-23

Douglass Montgomery, Little Women

1967-12-28

Katharine McCormick, American women's rights activist (b. 1875)

1973-07-13

Willy Fritsch, German actor (Spies, Women in the Moon), dies at 72

1974-03-28

Francoise Rosay, actress (Interlude, Women in Prison), dies at 82

1974-03-31

Andrea Checci, actress (2 Women, Assassin, Black Sunday), dies at 57

1975-01-25

Vivien Kellems, TV hostess (The Power of Women), dies at 78

1975-08-28

Al Zimbalist, Cat-Women of the Moon

1976-10-01

Irja Elstelä, Women of Niskavuori

1977-01-26

George Peckham, Little Women

1977-05-25

Lela E. Rogers, Women Won't Tell

1977-08-10

Oscar Law, Mesa of Lost Women

1979-02-11

Ruth Alder, The Women

1979-03-01

Dolores Costello, actress (Noah's Ark, Expensive Women), dies at 73

1980-07-20

Karl Georg Külb, Women Are Better Diplomats

1980-11-28

Sarah Y. Mason, Little Women

1980-12-01

Sam Levene, actor (Purple Heart, Designing Women), dies at 75

1981-03-04

Michael Enserro, Women of Silure

1981-10-30

Georges Brassens, 8 Women

1982-12-24

Louis Aragon, 8 Women

1983-04-26

Felix De Cola, Kipling's Women

1983-06-12

Norma Shearer, The Women

1983-11-14

Barbro Sörman, Secrets of Women

1984-11-11

Ken Walton, Cat-Women of the Moon

1984-11-26

Johann Petursson, Prehistoric Women

1984-12-27

Evan Burroughs Fontaine, Women Men Love

1986-03-07

Emma Baron, Two Women

1986-09-09

Tony Kraber, We the Women

1986-09-15

Virginia Gregg, actress (Little Women), dies at 69

1986-11-27

Géza von Radványi, Women Without Names

1987-03-09

J. Francis White, Mesa of Lost Women

1987-03-31

Ralph Linn, Women in Bondage

1987-04-02

R.M. Lumiansky, Gap-Toothed Women

1987-08-03

Dorothy Hammerstein, What's Wrong with the Women?

1987-10-09

Clare Boothe Luce, The Women

1988-01-11

Robert Kennon, Swamp Women

1988-02-11

Donna M. Norridge, Cat-Women of the Moon

1988-02-11

Ida Forgette, Cat-Women of the Moon

1988-05-27

Renato Salvatori, actor (Burn, Luna, 2 Women), dies

1988-08-26

Kenneth Seiling, Nice Women

1988-12-27

Glenn H. McCarthy, Five Bold Women

1989-01-03

Robert Thomas, 8 Women

1989-01-24

Ted Bundy, serial killer of up to 100 women, executed in Florida at 42

1989-03-29

Bernard Blier, actor (Les Miserables, Women & War), dies at 73

1989-08-31

Lenore Lonergan, Westward the Women

1989-11-21

Harvey Hart, Mudd's Women

1990-05-09

Pauline Frederick, 1st women to moderate Pres debate, dies at 84

1990-05-27

Mieko Takamine, The Garden of Women

1990-07-28

Jill Esmond, actress (13 Women, My Pal Wolfe, FP 1), dies at 82

1990-12-01

Vladimir Dedijer, Pretty Women Walking Through the City

1991-06-26

Paul Andor, actor (Mad Lover, Enemy of Women), dies

1991-08-07

Billy James, comedian/singer (Women at Play, Lusty Business), dies

1991-08-30

Inga Berggren, Secrets of Women

1991-09-16

Carol White, actress (Prehistoric Women, Dulcima), dies at 47

1992-02-29

La Lupe, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1992-03-12

Ida Oosterbaan, Dutch founder (Women Action Committee), dies

1992-04-20

Harmon Stevens, Mesa of Lost Women

1992-04-22

Juan Solano, The Women on the 6th Floor

1992-06-01

Frank Dalin, Two Women

1992-07-12

Albert Pierrepont, last British executioner (433 men/17 women), dies

1992-07-18

Ruth Vann, Women's Prison

1992-08-02

Michel Berger, 8 Women

1992-08-08

Alison L Gertz, US aids-activist/Esquire women of year, dies of aids

1992-08-13

Eduardo Calvo, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

1992-09-12

Ruth Nelson, actress (Awakenings, 3 Women), dies at 87

1992-11-26

Fay Cotton, All Women Have Secrets

1992-12-12

Preston Pierce, Angels' Wild Women

1993-02-01

Gregg C. Tallas, Prehistoric Women

1993-08-27

Tibor Polgár, In Praise of Older Women

1994-06-30

Ann Morriss, The Women

1994-10-31

Jole Silvani, City of Women

1995-02-22

Karl-Arne Holmsten, Secrets of Women

1995-02-23

James L. Wolcott, The Wild Women of Wongo

1995-04-13

Allan Nixon, Mesa of Lost Women

1995-07-15

Ivano Staccioli, Women's Camp 119

1995-07-23

Florence Paterson, Little Women

1995-09-10

Charles Denner, The Man Who Loved Women

1995-11-07

Slappy White, Amazon Women on the Moon

1995-11-26

Sanae Takasugi, Women of the Night

1996-01-06

Ruth Perrott, Pioneer Women

1996-04-08

Edith Penn, The Women

1996-07-03

Wanda Luczycka, How to Gain Money, Women and Fame?

1996-11-20

Kerry Vaughn, Prehistoric Women

1997-01-22

Larry Gannon, Women of the Prehistoric Planet

1997-09-10

Eunice Miller, Women Unchained

1998-01-14

Kathleen Shannon, Dream of a Free Country: A Message from Nicaraguan Women

1998-08-26

Penny Edwards, Missing Women

1998-12-14

Vittorio Cottafavi, Hercules and the Captive Women

1999-03-24

Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, German women's activist (b. 1902)

1999-06-02

Andrew Simpkins, The Man Who Loved Women

1999-07-08

Joy N. Houck, Mesa of Lost Women

1999-09-10

Francisca Caballero, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

2000-01-28

Joy Shelton, Designing Women

2000-03-03

Tommy Thompson, Dr. T and the Women

2000-06-14

Attilio Bertolucci, Women and Soldiers

2000-09-15

Jennifer Gan, Women in Cages

2001-03-15

Nicholas Georgiadis, The Trojan Women

2001-04-22

Freire, The Women on the 6th Floor

2001-05-03

Greta Ferell, Dr. T and the Women

2001-05-08

Robert Serrecchia, The Wild Women of Wongo

2001-06-25

Pauline Letts, The Trojan Women

2001-08-20

Barnett Shaw, Mars Needs Women

2002-01-15

Red River Dave, Pretty Women

2002-05-10

Lyndo Lyon, Death Row Women

2002-07-16

Antonella Della Porta, Two Women

2002-08-25

Dorothy Hewett, Journey Among Women

2002-09-06

Mary Bovard, Women in Hiding

2002-12-30

Kenneth Rive, Rasputin, Demon with Women

2003-01-03

Eddy Marnay, 8 Women

2003-01-27

Jeanne Sorel, Prehistoric Women

2003-02-13

Fred Hudson, Kipling's Women

2003-02-13

Jon Kowal, Mudd's Women

2003-10-17

Janice Rule, 3 Women

2004-08-04

Mary Dees, The Women

2004-11-06

Marion Shilling, Forgotten Women

2004-12-02

Larry Buchanan, Mars Needs Women

2004-12-21

Tadeusz Ryszka, How to Gain Money, Women and Fame?

2005-01-01

Shirley Chisholm, Women - for America, for the World

2005-01-01

Robert Fortier, 3 Women

2005-01-20

Beverly Dennis, Westward the Women

2005-03-02

Tillie Fowler, Women and Power in the Senate

2005-03-17

Leona Rostenberg, Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind 'Little Women'

2005-04-02

Marie Louise Fischer, Women in Hospital

2005-05-09

Steve Klisanin, The Wild Women of Wongo

2005-08-04

George Sibley, Death Row Women

2005-12-04

Percy Brandt, The Women on the Roof

2006-02-04

Betty Friedan, Women's Lib

2006-07-22

Toby Felker, The Women of World War II

2006-07-29

Halit Çapin, Ten Fearless Women

2006-08-27

Lourelei Prior, The Women of World War II

2006-09-25

Hortense Raky, Women's Paradise

2006-10-31

Pieter Willem Botha, Liberation Women

2006-11-16

Flo Sandon's, The Ship of Condemned Women

2007-02-08

Harriett Woods, Women Serial Killers

2007-03-24

Mary Dent Crisp, Women - for America, for the World

2007-05-12

James Dowell Vance, 3 Women

2007-05-24

Seroy Blond, Violent Women

2007-06-07

Michel Fermaud, The Man Who Loved Women

2007-09-03

Janis Martin, Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly

2007-11-22

Reg Park, Hercules and the Captive Women

2008-03-11

Bob Hubar, 8 ½ Women

2008-04-11

Patricia Ziegfeld Stephenson, Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women

2008-07-01

Henri Agel, The Man Who Loved Women

2008-11-01

Rosetta Reitz, Wild Women Don't Have the Blues/The Muse

2008-12-11

Martha Settle Putney, The Women of World War II

2008-12-29

Clelle Mahon, The Beast That Killed Women

2009-01-24

Kay Yow, North Carolina State Univ. women's basketball head coach (b. 1942)

2009-03-09

Ramona Garcia Coronado, Real Women Have Curves

2009-04-02

Frank Springer, With Woman: A Documentary About Women, Midwives and Birth

2009-05-02

Marilyn French, The Women's Room

2009-05-13

Christiane Covington, Conversations with Other Women

2009-10-03

Rino Di Silvestro, Deported Women of the SS Special Section

2009-11-24

Alan Robertson, Little Women

2009-12-23

Judy Kreston, Yours for a Song: The Women of Tin Pan Alley

2010-02-13

Fran Lee, Little Women

2010-05-07

Francisco Aguabella, Maria Costa's Macho Men and the Women Who Love Them

2010-08-08

Charlie Davao, Women in Cages

2010-12-28

Heidi Helmer, What Women Want

2011-05-21

Tallie Cochrane, Five Loose Women

2011-06-18

Gennadi Sidorov, Old Women

2011-07-23

Marc Hannibal, Super Stooges vs the Wonder Women

2011-12-27

Olivier Mathot, Captive Women 4

2012-01-13

Donald F. Muhich, Amazon Women on the Moon

2012-01-15

Homai Vyarawalla, Three Women and a Camera

2012-08-30

Bernardo Bonezzi, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

2012-09-20

Sylvie Genevoix, Women Reply

2012-12-27

Cécile Ossbahr, Two Women

2012-12-28

Jayne Cortez, Yari Yari: Black Women Writers and the Future

2013-03-07

Sybil Williams, Women of Dolwyn

2013-05-07

Khatam Faiziyev, Women Kingdom

2013-07-27

Michel Lemoine, Seven Women for Satan

2013-09-07

Fiammetta Baralla, City of Women

2013-12-03

Paul Aussaresses, Torture?/Women in Combat/Ms. Swift

2014-02-21

Sakis Boulas, Let the Women Wait

2014-05-24

Freydis Sharland, Spitfire Women

2014-07-17

Ronald Wilson, Lives of Girls & Women

2014-09-02

Antonis Vardis, Let the Women Wait

2014-09-20

Mary Lea Bandy, Without Lying Down: Frances Marion and the Power of Women in Hollywood

2014-11-06

Carole Mathews, Swamp Women

2014-12-01

Cal Duggan, Mars Needs Women

2014-12-18

Kazuko Inano, Whirlpool of Women

2014-12-19

Maurine Duvalier, Island Women

2015-01-24

Norma Shebbeare, Women in Love

2015-03-29

Romany Bain, Men, Women and Clothes

2015-06-09

James Last, Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps

2015-10-14

Charles Rosher Jr., 3 Women

2016-06-29

Pat Summitt, legend of women's basketball, dies at 64

2016-09-10

Sylvia Gore, England women's first goalscorer, dies aged 71


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