Josephine Jewell Dodge: Difference between revisions

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==Personal life==
Josephine Jewell married Arthur Murray Dodge, son of [[William E. Dodge]], in 1875.<ref>[http://search.proquest.com.gate.lib.buffalo.edu/hnpnewyorktimesindex/docview/93492953/65EB593B27EE412CPQ/3 "A Social Event: Marriage of Miss Josephine M. Jewell and Mr. Arthur M. Dodge"] ''New York Times'' (October 7, 1875): 1.</ref> They had six sons together; their son Pliny died in 1889, as a small child; the other five sons lived to adulthood.<ref>[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/4445425/death_of_murray_w_dodge_1937/ "Murray W. Dodge, Banking Executive"] ''Brooklyn Daily Eagle'' (December 7, 1937): 11. via [[Newspapers.com]] {{open access}}</ref> Josephine was widowed when Arthur died in 1894.<ref>[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/4445433/josephine_jewell_dodge_birthday_1917/ "Notable Birthdays Today"] ''Asheville Citizen-Times'' (February 11, 1917): 4. via [[Newspapers.com]] {{open access}}</ref> She died in [[Cannes, France]] in 1928, and was buried in [[Simsbury, Connecticut]].<ref>[http://search.proquest.com.gate.lib.buffalo.edu/hnpnewyorktimesindex/docview/104650437/65EB593B27EE412CPQ/4 "Mrs Arthur M. Dodge, Former Josephine Jewell, Foe of Woman Suffrage, Dies in France"] ''New York Times'' (March 7, 1928): 25.</ref>
 
Some of Dodge's letters as a college student are archived in the Special Collections library at Vassar College.<ref>[http://specialcollections.vassar.edu/collections/manuscripts/findingaids/dodge_josephine.html Guide to the Josephine Jewell Dodge Papers, 1873-1874], Archives and Special Collections, Vassar College.</ref>
 
Her niecenieces by marriage wasincluded philanthropist [[Grace Hoadley Dodge]] and pro-suffrage social hostess [[Mary Melissa Hoadley Dodge]], both daughters of [{William E. Dodge, Jr.]]<ref name="Notable" />
 
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