Alice Duer Miller


newspaper columnist

popular poet


member of the Algonquin Round Table

Hollywood screenwriter

Barnard class of 1899

Alice Duer Miller, ca. 1920
Credit: Nelson Evans / Barnard College Archives

Coordinated by Catherine Daly

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Mary Chapman
Magpie Habits: Alice Duer Miller’s Suffrage Poetry and the Poetics of Quotation (HTML | PDF)

Rebecca Stelzer
“The White Cliffs”: Literature and War in the Days of Radio (HTML | PDF)


Miller and the Class of 1899

Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity, 1899
Credit: Barnard College Archives
left to right, front row: Alté Stilwell '99, Edith P. Striker '99, ?;
middle row: ?, ?, Alice M. Duer '99, Virginia C. Gildersleeve '99, ?, ?;
back row: ?, ?, ?, ?, Mary H. Budd '02, ?, ?, ?, ?

With special thanks to Donald Glassman and the Barnard College Archives

29 August 1915

From Alice Duer Miller, 'Are Women People?'
from the New York Tribune, 29 August 1915
With thanks to Mary Chapman


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