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benefactress


  • n  a woman benefactor

  • Helen Manice Alexander, 74, blueblooded benefactress of needy musicians, Manhattan clean-up campaigner extraordinary; after a fall; in Baltimore.
  • Mildred Mudd, 67, widow of California Mining Engineer Harvey Seeley Mudd, onetime (1939-41) national president of the Girl Scouts, benefactress and board chairman of California's .
  • After Bennette found a benefactress, he and Muller were in business.
News & Articles

  • Caroline Steinman Nunan honored with a 'Rose'
    Carrie Nunan Hill, represented her mother Monday, July 15, at a ceremony in which the "The Lancaster Rose" sculpture was dedicated to the late Caroline Steinman Nunan, a Lancaster Newspapers Inc. owner and benefactress of many community organizations. The sculpture is installed in Lancaster city's M...
    July 15, 2013 - Lancaster Online
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  • Fiona Watson in Scotsman
    Dr Watson said: "Andrew de Wyntoun was head of a new religious movement on St Serf's Island. Gruoch, Lady Macbeth, was ironically the benefactress of the very monastery where Wyntoun was based. He was probably warming his feet on a fire made of...

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