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==Early life and education==
Josephine Marshall Jewell was born in [[Hartford, Connecticut]] in 1855. Her father, [[Marshall Jewell]], was Governor of Connecticut and United States Postmaster General, among other government posts. Josephine Jewell left [[Vassar College]] without a degree in 1873 to accompany her father to [[St. Petersburg, Russia]], when he was serving as a diplomat there.<ref name="Notable">[https://books.google.com/books?id=rVLOhGt1BX0C&lpg=PA492&dq=Josephine%20Jewell%20Dodge&pg=PA492#v=onepage "Josephine Marshall Jewell Dodge"] in Edward T. James, Janet Wilson James, and Paul S. Boyer, eds., ''Notable American Women, 1607-19501607–1950, A Biographical Dictionary, vol. 2'' (Harvard University Press 1971): 492-493. {{ISBN|9780674627345}}</ref>
 
==Career==