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At The Grolier Club: To Fight for the Poor With My Pen Zoe Anderson Norris, Queen of Bohemia

Katy will be waiting at the ticket entrance at 12:45 Wednesday. Please all be there at the same time, so you can go in together. She has the tickets. IF YOU ARE NOT ATTENDING, PLEASE LET US KNOW. There is a waitlist, and it would be disappointing if it turned out there was a place for them.

The current exhibit at The Grolier Club chronicles the life of Zoe Anderson Norris. Zoe Anderson Norris (February 29, 1860 – February 13, 1914) was a Kentucky-born journalist, novelist, short story writer, and publisher, known for her bimonthly magazine, The East Side (1909–1914), which focused on impoverished immigrants in New York. She also contributed to publications including The New York Times,[1] New York Sun, Frank Leslie's Monthly, Harper's Weekly, and Argosy. She investigated journalistic topics including corrupt charity executives, and child abuse cases. She founded the Ragged Edge Klub, a group of writers, filmmakers, politicians, and performers who met for weekly dinners.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2023

4:45pm UTC

47 East 60th Street

Manhattan, NY

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