American Egyptologists: Natacha Rambova, John Gee, James Henry Breasted, E. E. Rehmus, Barbara Mertz, Sara Yorke Stevenson

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9781155421056: American Egyptologists: Natacha Rambova, John Gee, James Henry Breasted, E. E. Rehmus, Barbara Mertz, Sara Yorke Stevenson
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Natacha Rambova, John Gee, James Henry Breasted, E. E. Rehmus, Barbara Mertz, Sara Yorke Stevenson, George Andrew Reisner, Richard Anthony Parker, Charles Edwin Wilbour, Bob Brier, Theodore M. Davis, Nicholas Millet, George Gliddon, Mark Lehner, John A. Wilson, Michael G. Hasel, Herbert Eustis Winlock, Betsy Bryan, Peter Dorman, David Randall-MacIver, Kent R. Weeks, Otto Schaden, Sarah Parcak, Michael D. Rhodes, Naphtali Lewis, Janet Richards, Michael A. Hoffman, Peter J. Brand, James Peter Allen, Edwin Smith, Leonard H. Lesko, Josef W. Wegner, William Kelly Simpson, Edward F. Wente, Elizabeth Thomas, Renée Friedman, Richard H. Wilkinson, Frank Shaver Allen, Edwin C. Brock, Stuart Tyson Smith. Excerpt: Natacha Rambova (January 19, 1897 - June 5, 1966) was an American silent film costume and set designer, artistic director, screenwriter, producer and occasional actress. Later in life she worked as a mildly successful fashion designer and Egyptologist. Rambova was born Winifred Shaughnessy in Salt Lake City. Her father Michael Shaughnessy, was an Irish Catholic who fought for the Union during the American Civil War. Her mother Winifred Kimball, was nicknamed "Muzzie" and was a granddaughter of Mormon Patriarch Heber C. Kimball. Her father was a businessman who partook in mining interests, but eventually his alcohol and gambling problems became too much for her mother. Her mother became an interior designer and moved to San Francisco. She was married four times (Michael was her second husband), eventually settling on millionaire perfume mogul Richard Hudnut. Rambova was adopted by her stepfather, making her legal name Winifred Hudnut. Before her marriage to Hudnut, Rambova's mother married Edgar De Wolfe, brother of Elsie De Wolfe, a prominent interior decorator. With this marriage her mother became socially successful...

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