Ellen Browning Scripps, 1836-1936.

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Scripps, Ellen Browning, 1836-
ContributionsHarper, J. C. 1858-1939.
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LC ClassificationsPN4874.S38 E5
The Physical Object
Pagination[6], 9-60 p. :
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Open LibraryOL6357958M
LC Control Number37022684
OCLC/WorldCa7961173

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Ellen Browning Scripps, (born Oct. 18,London, Eng.—died Aug. 3,La Jolla, Calif., U.S.), English-born American journalist, publisher, and philanthropist whose personal fortune, accrued from investments in her family’s newspaper enterprises, allowed her to make considerable contributions to educational, public recreational, and medical institutions.

Ellen Browning Scripps was born on South Molton Street, London, England, Octothe daughter of James Mogg and Ellen Mary (Saunders) Scripps. Her father, one of the foremost bookbinders in the city of London, came to this country from England inwith six motherless children, aged three to thirteen, in a sailing vessel, the voyage occupying some six weeks.

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Born in London, Scripps grew up in rural poverty on the Illinois prairie. She went Molly McClain tells the remarkable story of Ellen Browning Scripps (–), an American newspaperwoman, feminist, suffragist, abolitionist, and social reformer/5(10). Ellen Browning Scripps Biography Deborah Day Scripps Institution of Oceanography Archives Ellen Browning Scripps was born in London Octothe daughter of an improvident bookbinder from an otherwise distinguished family of printers and intellectuals.

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Born on OctoEllen Browning Scripps was seven years old when her father, James Mogg Scripps, a London bookbinder, settled with his family in Rushville, Illinois. Even then, hers was a pursuit of education and knowledge.

LLEN BROWNING SCRIPPS was born at 13 SOllth Molton Street in the heart of London, 18 October, one hundred years ago. Her father was a book binder; her mother was the daughter of a customs clerk; both were descellded from old English families; both were Church of England communicants.

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About the Book Molly McClain tells the remarkable story of Ellen Browning Scripps (–), an American newspaperwoman, feminist, suffragist, abolitionist, and social reformer. She used her fortune to support women’s education, the labor movement, and public access to science, the arts, and education.

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Scripps Company, a diversified media conglomerate, and United Press news became United Press International (UPI) when International News Service (INS) merged with United Press in Born: Edward Willis Scripps, J. Our Founder—Ellen Browning Scripps Ellen Browning Scripps, a reporter, global adventurer, suffragist, businesswoman, and philanthropist—a woman ahead of her time.

She would have been an exceptional woman in any era—her lifetime achievements were truly remarkable. Copies of the book Ellen Browning Scripps: New Money and American Philanthropy, may be purchased for $ in advance of the lecture through the Center's online store or by calling Copies purchased by phone in advance may be picked up at Cranbrook House the afternoon of the lecture.

A limited number of books also will be available for purchase at the. Timeline: Ellen Browning Scripps, Ellen Browning Scripps, Born in London, England. Moved with her family to Rushville, Illinois. Molly McClain tells the remarkable story of Ellen Browning Scripps (–), an American newspaperwoman, feminist, suffragist, abolitionist, and social reformer who used her fortune to support women’s education, the labor movement, and public access to Cited by: 2.

Ellen was exposed to books and publishing at an early age as her grandfather, William Armiger Scripps, was an accomplished publisher in London and her father, James Mogg Scripps (), was a successful bookbinder.

Ellen Browning Scripps:by. She also provided major financial support to organizations worldwide that promised to advance democratic principles and public education.

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Click around to find new things to. Ellen Browning Scripps made an astonishing amount of money, lived a very long time, and gave millions away. In doing so, she changed the landscape of the far West and earned for herself a pivotal place in American philanthropy.

This fine book gives Scripps her due.”—William Deverell, director of the Huntington–USC Institute on California. The MA National WWII Memorial Committee, purveyors of American history recognize the contributions of a great American woman who has fallen through the cracks of history, the “Mother of American Oceanography,” Miss Ellen Browning Scripps, whose vision to endow the study of the sea years ago provides the science knowledge today as to the.

Ellen Browning Scripps was many things to many people throughout her 96 years; a sister, schoolteacher, journalist, philanthropist, patron of the arts, among others. She and her brother, E.W. Scripps, created what would become America’s largest chain of newspapers, linking midwestern industrial cities with booming towns in the west.

The century-old Monterey Cypress in Ellen Browning Scripps Park said to have inspired “The Lorax.” Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

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Born in London, Scripps grew up in rural poverty on the Illinois prairie.