References for Christine Ladd-Franklin

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  1. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/Christine-Ladd-Franklin

Books:

  1. M W Rossiter, Women Scientists in America, Struggles and Strategies to 1940 (Baltimore-London, 1982).
  2. E Scarborough and L Furumoto, Untold Lives : The first generation of American women psychologists (New York, 1987)
  3. L Furumoto, Joining Separate Spheres : Christine Ladd-Franklin, woman scientist (1847-1930), American Psychologist (February 1992).
  4. L Furumoto, Christine Ladd-Franklin's color theory : Strategy for claiming scientific authority?, in H E Adler and R W Rieber, (eds.), Aspects of the history of psychology in America : 1892-1992 (New York, 1994), 91-100.
  5. J Green, Christine Ladd-Franklin (1847-1930), in L S Grinstein and P J Campbell (eds.), Women of Mathematics (Westport, Conn., 1987).
  6. D J Hurvich, Christine Ladd-Franklin, in E T James, J W James and P S Boyer, Notable American women 3 (Cambridge, Mass., 1971), 354-356.
  7. D Malone (ed.), Dictionary of American Biography (New York, 1933), 528-530.
  8. S M Moite, Christine Ladd-Franklin, in R Young (ed.), Notable Mathematicians From Ancient Times to the Present (1998), 295-297.
  9. Obituary : Christine Ladd-Franklin, New York Times (6 March 1930).
  10. M B Ogilvie, Christine Ladd-Franklin, in Women in science (Cambridge, Mass., 1986), 116-117.
  11. E Shen, The Ladd-Franklin formula in logic : the antilogism, Mind 37 (1927), 54-60.
  12. L Zusne (ed), Biographical Cyclopedia of American Women 3 (New York, 1928), 135-141.

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