Jessica Chastain photographed by Tom Munro for Glamour US, November 2014.
eFor any Wikipedia editors out there (or any students required to edit for school): a list of women missing from Wikipedia. Over 20 new Wikipedia pages were created the last time a Cool Chicks from History Missing from Wikipedia list was posted. Hopefully this list will be as successful.
Betty Abbot, the first woman on the Omaha City Council, lacks a Wikipedia page.
Hannah Smith Arnett does not have a Wikipedia page.
Mary Brewster’s Wikipedia page has no sources.
Mary Desha and Mary Lockwood were founding members of the DAR, but do not have Wikipedia pages. Both are profiled on the DAR website. Mary is briefly mentioned on the Wikipedia page of her father John C. Breckinridge.
Rosa Maria Hinojosa de Balli does not have a Wikipedia page. Her son, Padre Balli, also lacks a Wikipedia page. He is mentioned on the National Parks website and in the articles about his mother. The Wikipedia article on Padre Island neglects to mention Rosa, although other sources mention she was initially a joint owner with her son.
Lilli Hornig lacks a Wikipedia page, but she is mentioned on her husband’s page.
Colleen Moore has a Wikipedia page, but it is a little odd and includes lists of brief residences.
Delfina Ortega Diaz has a Wikipedia page but it lacks sources and the syntax is very poor. It looks like the Spanish page was run through Google translate.
Petrona Rosende has a Wikipedia page in Spanish, but no page in English.
Corinne Michael West lacks a Wikipedia page.
Vicken von Post-Börjesson has a Wikipedia page in Swedish, but no page in English.
The categories for 16th and 17th century women scientists have only one entry a piece and there is no category for 18th century women scientists. Additional scientists from those centuries include Sophie Germain, Émilie du Châtelet, Maria Winkelmann Kirch, Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Maria Sibylla Merian, Justine Siegemund, Louise Bourgeois Boursier, and Wang Zhenyl.