biographical name Ida Minerva 1857-1944 American author

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  • Tarbell, Ida M(inerva) — born Nov. 5, 1857, Erie county, Pa., U.S. died Jan. 6, 1944, Bridgeport, Conn. U.S. investigative journalist, lecturer, and chronicler of American industry. In 1891 Tarbell went to Paris, where she supported herself by writing for U.S. magazines …   Universalium

  • Tarbell, Ida M(inerva) — (5 nov. 1857, cond. de Erie, Pa.,EE.UU.–6 ene. 1944, Bridgeport, Conn.). Periodista, conferencista y cronista de la industria estadounidense, pionera del periodismo investigativo. En 1891 se instaló en París, ganándose la vida como corresponsal… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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