A. A. Hyde

A. A. Hyde

Cut paper illustration by Lauren Fitzgerald A. A. Hyde (March 2, 1848—Jan. 10, 1935) Philanthropist, developer of Mentholatum   Two things drove A. A. Hyde – faith and the power of giving generously. His money went to charitable organizations around the world,...
Clementine Paddleford

Clementine Paddleford

Cut paper illustration by Lauren Fitzgerald Clementine Paddleford (September 27, 1898—November 13, 1967) Food writer, journalist, pilot and explorer Before Food Network, there was Clementine Paddleford. The Kansan set the tone for America’s tables and taste buds while...
Charles Sheldon

Charles Sheldon

Cut paper illustration by Lauren Fitzgerald Charles Sheldon (Feb. 26, 1857—Feb. 24 1946) Minister, Author, Peace Advocate Charles Sheldon was a minister, author of an international best -seller, peace advocate, and inspiration for “What Would Jesus Do?” movement....
Clarina Nichols

Clarina Nichols

Cut paper illustration by Lauren Fitzgerald Clarina Nichols Birth—Jan. 25, 1810 Death—Jan 11, 1885 Suffragette, reformer, journalist Before women could vote or run for public office, some ran newspapers in Kansas. In 1857, Clarina Nichols, associate editor of the...
Mary Elizabeth Lease

Mary Elizabeth Lease

Cut paper illustration by Lauren Fitzgerald Mary Elizabeth Lease Birth—Sept. 11, 1850 Death—Oct. 29, 1933 Political activist, writer, lecturer, leading spokeswoman for the Populist Party   Newspaper editors of the day ridiculed her, calling her “ugly and foul of...
Martin and Osa Johnson

Martin and Osa Johnson

Cut paper illustration by Lauren Fitzgerald Martin and Osa Johnson Martin (Oct. 9, 1884 — Jan. 13, 1937) Osa (March 14, 1894 — Jan. 7, 1953) Explorers, authors, filmmakers, photographers Martin and Osa Johnson dared to dream and do things different. The...
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