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profile name: Richard Avedon profile occupation: Photographer
profile id: 9529308
profile name: E.B. White profile occupation: Writer
profile id: 38860
profile name: Walter B. Cannon profile occupation: Neurologist, Physiologist
profile id: 9190257
profile name: Dorothy Arzner profile occupation: Director
profile id: 9399094
profile name: John Marin profile occupation: Illustrator, Painter
profile id: 9252667
profile name: Edwin Cohn profile occupation: Scientist
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Humphrey Bogart met Lauren Bacall on the set of To Have and Have Not in 1943. At the time, Bacall was 19 years old and living with her mother and Bogart was 44 and married to actress Mayo Methot. The couple wed in 1945, had two children and remained together until his death from cancer in 1957. Of Bogart's four marriages, it is said that the only one to bring him any happiness was the one to Bacall, whom he called "Baby" both in private and in public. Founding members of Las Vegas' famous Rat Pack in 1955, Bogey and Bacall's most memorable films include The Big Sleep, Dark Passage, and Key Largo.
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In the 1920s, women like Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith were the first—and for a while, the only—artists to record the blues. American women of this era made great strides toward gaining equality and basic human rights for themselves and others in society, including attaining the right to vote and working toward social justice. The 20th century was a wide-open opportunity for women to embrace the modern world, outside of the traditional bounds of the home.
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