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Himmelfarb, Gertrude

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Personal name headingHimmelfarb, Gertrude
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Variant(s)Kristol, Gertrude
LocatedWashington (D.C.)
Birth date1922-08-08
Death date2019-12-30
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Place of deathWashington (D.C.)
Field of activityHistory
AffiliationUniversity of Chicago
City University of New York. City College
City University of New York. Graduate School and University Center
Profession or occupationHistorians
Found inActon, J. E. E. Dalberg-Acton. Essays on freedom and power, 1948
Marriage and morals among the Victorians, 2001: CIP t.p. (Gertrude Himmelfarb) data sheet (b. 08-08-22)
Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02 (b. 1922)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Jan. 7, 2020 (in obituary dated Dec. 31, 2019: Gertrude Himmelfarb, a historian who used her understanding of the morals and values of Victorian England to help create an intellectual framework for the neoconservative movement championed by her husband, political commentator Irving Kristol, died Dec. 30 at her home in Washington. She was 97. Gertrude Himmelfarb was born Aug. 8, 1922, in Brooklyn. She studied at the University of Chicago, receiving a master's degree in history in 1944 and a doctorate in 1950. She was an independent scholar until 1965, when she joined the faculty of New York's City College and later taught at City University of New York's graduate school. She and her husband moved to Washington in 1987)
Associated languageeng