Hogarth, Janet Elizabeth Courtney

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Hogarth, Janet Elizabeth Courtney

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27 November 1865-24 September 1954

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Janet Elizabeth Courtney (born Barton-on-Humber 27 November 1865; died London 24 September 1954) was a scholar, writer and feminist. She was a daughter of the Revd George Hogarth and Jane Elizabeth Uppleby; sister of the archaeologist David George Hogarth. She was educated at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1885-1888 and was awarded a first class degree in Philosophy. She first had a part-time teaching post at Cheltenham Ladies' College, then worked as a clerk for the Royal Commission on Labour, 1892-94; was the first superintendent of women clerks of the Bank of England, 1894-1906; Librarian of The Times Book Club, 1906-1910; and on the editorial staff of the Encyclop

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Courtney, W.L. (5 January 1850-1 November 1928)

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1911-

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Created 2015-10-29 by Anna St.Onge.

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