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HzwynaMartina: Harriet Monroe, cultures include: the establishment of this newly reborn martial

kinigking: Harriet Monroe, Larry Churchill

LoLoVonZ: I know Harriet was going through it

indiancreek1955: Congratulations to the team of Nancy Monroe, Rhonda MacQueen, Hap Hadd, Ken Kopocis and Harriet Baggett who after shooting a 62, won a playoff over the team of Jim Arrison, Jeff Duffy, Kathy Davidson and Dianne Saunders.

PatrickHawe: Count Plunkett’s offices, Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin after the Easter Rising, 1916.  Difficult to clearly identify the issue of Poetry (founded in Chicago by Harriet Monroe, 1912) at lower right. The February 1916 issue has nine poems by W. B. Yeats.

TatyanaJenene: Pac, Marylin Monroe, and Harriet Tubman have not known peace in the afterlife because of y'all.

DLHillman: 1/ Poem of the Day The Poetry Foundation (founded by a Chicagoan, Harriet Monroe, and based in Chicago) "Earth Day" by Jane Yolen

thehill: Archaeologists say Harriet Tubman's home discovered in Maryland

ReginaCraft5: Harriet Monroe, include economy, employment, agriculture, water policy, housing, public works, energy.

NPCA: Fort Monroe was an invaluable Union military installation during the Civil War. Harriet Tubman nursed wounded fighters here. Confederate leader Jefferson Davis was imprisoned here at the war’s end.

18AKGOYAL: Poem of the week: On the Train by Harriet Monroe

AnnettePimentel: Harriet Monroe founded Poetry magazine last century. She also sounds like an author today: "Nobody seemed to want very much what I could do; there was no certainty or permanence in any emplyment, and alwyas, for anything I offered...there was very meager pay." Ha!

anointedcs: Mr. Monroe and wife Harriet delivers meals on wheels to seniors and disabled adults weekly. Thank you!!

LoudBlowinFresh: Let me fix Harriet and not act up on her bc I got Monroe

theAfroLegalise: Harriet Tubman spent the end of her life creating + maintaining free and accessible health care institution for poor, disabled, elderly Black people. She spent 10 years in the Underground Railroad going back to the south to get her loved ones. This is only a snapshot of her life

DiggsWayne: 108 years ago today Harriet Tubman passed away. This photo is from her funeral. She is buried in Auburn, NY.

windatriantono: Any imbalance Berlin, founded in 1912 by Harriet Monroe, who was

CEOofAnazom: Marilyn Monroe and the queen of England were born in the same year MLK Jr and Anne Frank were both born in the same year When Harriet Turman was born, Thomas Jefferson was alive, when she passed, Ronald Reagan was alive

Jayque_Monroe: Harriet the spy made her tomato sandwiches look so fire

Remenickywrites: Quotable – Harriet Monroe

RaganCarmichael: Quotable – Harriet Monroe

claudioalvesDC: 1956 (39 films watched) Harriet Andersson, SUMMER WITH MONIKA Carroll Baker, BABY DOLL Doris Day, THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH Giulietta Masina, LA STRADA Marilyn Monroe, BUS STOP

KCliffLarson: Now it is OFFICIAL and just made public. Harriet Tubman has been inducted into the United States Army Military Intelligence Corps Hall of Fame as a full member (not honorary), acknowledging her work as a spy and scout during the Civil War! We got her in!

jimcamp3: Harriet Monroe was 51 when she founded Poetry magazine. So don't let anyone tell you you're too old to do it. Cause you're not.

FordMadoxFordie: ‘I pass my time mostly in the raising of pedigree pigs, as the war has left me under the necessity of living in the open air; but sometimes I go indoors and write fabulous attacks on Academic poets and ferocious applause of Vers Libristes’—Ford to Harriet Monroe, 10 February 1921

FordMadoxFordie: ‘Yes, I wish I could have stopped longer in the neighbourhood of the Loop [Chicago] but you made things so nice for me that, had I done so, I should have been spoiled, so perhaps it is better thus.’—Ford to Harriet Monroe, editor of Poetry, 7 February 1927

adamm0rgan: I wonder how many light bulbs the ghost of Harriet Monroe has shattered at the poetry magazine offices since 1936.

RalphMonday: Poetry Magazine long ago stopped publishing much of any poetry of worth, in my opinion, abandoning its long history of excellence that began when Harriet Monroe founded it in 1912. Now, mostly what is published is postmodern political correctness and self-absorbed narcissisms.

monroe_liberty: Morning resistors.... when I was 7 years old I broke my leg the day after school got out of course I was miserable my mother went to the library brought me of stack of books and Harriet Tubman was on the top she became my idle along with Helen Keller

Vitos_way: idgaf if it was harriet winslow get dem new stimmys out

smoothmelanin: Idgaf about Harriet being on a 20 dollar.. speed up the process when it comes to stimulus checks

ccornboy: tessa: “harriet tubman, she wasn’t real” me: “tessa she WAS real” tessa: “i mean marilynn monroe” me: “SHE WAS REAL TOO”

jondrytay: Very grateful at this point for the leaders of the opposition, Jack Monroe and Marcus Rashford.

CailinCeltic: Glad of the solitude,the silent ways, Even of the pain; so shall thy soul grow strong For the brave spring that comes to set us free. Winter -- Harriet Monroe Images -Google PicFinder

ARaymondova: Poem of the week: On the Train by Harriet Monroe

CailinCeltic: Myself -- Harriet Monroe Images - Google PicFinder

LDYPrefers2Save: censure religious doctrine, but protect it. The same man Martha Washington, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, and his daughters, Matha, Lucy, and Harriet, privately hailed in letters as a defender of Christianity. Did I mention also John Jay was president of the American Bible Society?

CailinCeltic: Asleep,they reign. Silent,they say all. Hush me, O slumbering mountains - Send me dreams. The Blue Ridge -- Harriet Monroe Images -Google PicFinder

hgvargas02: Of $60,000 in 1912 by Harriet Monroe, who was re-elected in 2006), was

CailinCeltic: The Night - Blooming Cereus By Harriet Monroe Images -Google PicFinder

CailinCeltic: And color flamed the earth With glad desire, Till life sprang to the birth, Fire answering fire, And so the world awoke, And all was done, When first the ocean spoke Unto the sun. In The Beginning -- Harriet Monroe Images -Google PicFinder

ann_antique: They opened a restaurant nightclub, so people would come. Like Gene Krupa and Marilyn Monroe.she'd tell me," said Mary. They called her Madam Yao. Harriet made friends with everyone - including Abe's father and mother while they were both still single.

ElisaReviews: Harriet Monroe (b. December 23, 1860),

johnstonglenn: Harriet Monroe, founder and editor of the literary journal Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, was born OTD in 1860. In May 1917 Poetry published five poems by Joyce: Simples, Tutto Sciolto, Flood, A Flower Given to My Daughter, and Night Piece.

TheTShepherd: Today's Author Birthdays: Martin Opitz (1597; d.1639) Charles-Augustin de Sainte-Beuve (1804; d.1869) Samuel Smiles (1812; d.1904; authored Jasmin) Harriet Monroe (1860; d.1936) Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa (1896; d.1957) 'Iron John' Robert Bly (1926) Avi (1937)

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to writer and editor Harriet Monroe (December 23,1860), author of "Poets And Their Art” (1926) et al.

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christinablloyd: Wondering what Harriet Monroe would have made of a BART or 38 Muni ride!

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TomCalvard: On the Train poem by Harriet Monroe nostalgia for commute and train (dis)organisation?

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readsheffield: New to me, but well worth the finding.

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yungtitosnow: When Harriet Tubman catches me singing Slave 4 U

KhadiDon: Harriet didn’t run for this.

calebsmith203: good morning to Harriet Monroe, the editor of Poetry Magazine, who in 1934 described Ezra Pound’s Cantos as ‘all about Martin Van Buren and in my opinion merely choppy prose.’

Societybytesr: JENNIFER THOMPSON AND KATIE MONROE PART 2 - PURSUING JUSTICE - HARRIET HENDELS

NofeYOLibrary: Harlow Niles Higinbotham by Harriet Monroe

ForeverLouiseB1: More of Harriet by Monroe, mid-1920’s.

ForeverLouiseB1: Photographer Focus: Edward Thayer Monroe — Harriet Hoctor, mid-1920’s.

DMCritchfield: The Little Review — second only to Harriet Monroe’s Poetry, A Magazine of Verse —in leading the Poetic Revolution

Societybytesr: JENNIFER THOMPSON AND KATIE MONROE PART 2 - PURSUING JUSTICE - HARRIET HENDELS

gafacanete451: A court's Harriet Monroe, who was elected in a dialogic transmission system for

MelanieJaxn: I cannot see who waltzes with you In close embrace— But your lips meet hotly in kisses, Your hair is disheveled, Your ribbons are flying, Your skirts are in tatters. -Harriet Monroe

aghraanmash: "Eliot (T.S.) has actually trained himself AND modernised himself ON HIS OWN", said Ezra Pound, genuinely having believed himself to be the only person in the country with brains. (letter to Harriet Monroe, lobbying for "Prufrock" to be published, Oct 1914)

Societybytesr: JENNIFER THOMPSON AND KATIE MONROE PART 2 - PURSUING JUSTICE - HARRIET HENDELS

lynfie_: That’s why Harriet couldn’t free all the slaves

Faust89823700: Harriet Monroe - After Sunset The forest was a shrine for her, A temple richly dressed; And worshippers the tall trees were, Each to his prayer addressed. Scarce dared I lift my eyes, or stir, So deeply was I blessed.

gothspiderbitch: reading marilyn monroe’s diary and ma’am, I would like to have a word

JusticePatti: Ooh, I just adore these answers especially Oscar Wilde, Lucille Ball, JFK, Shakespeare, Cleopatra and Marilyn Monroe. I think I'd have to go with George Washington or Abraham Lincoln for a man. Clara Barton or Harriet Tubman for a woman.

Christo10882501: In 1821 Florida was purchased by American democratic president james Monroe who owned in the upwards of 40 slaves he purchased Florida in order to shut down the underground railroad to stop slaves from escaping but because of Harriet tubman 100k people escaped

NRTwithGVB: This weekend, songs by Benny Goodman, The Andrews Sisters, Tommy Dorsey Orch. with Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby & Bob Hope, Count Basie with Joe Williams, Vaughn Monroe, Chick Webb Orch. with Ella Fitzgerald, + Old Time Radio Time: The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet from 4/18/52

jdsctt: Harriet Monroe thought Mina Loy was glamorous and charming, but was defensive and resistant to her actual work—never publishing a single poem in POETRY.

jmasseypoet: This statement from the Poetry Foundation sounds like it was written by someone held hostage. They have completely caved to the mob and toxic woke ideology. Harriet Monroe rolls in her grave.

DelcoBlue: U​.​S National Park Services: It’s time for a Harriet Tubman Memorial on Fort Monroe - Sign the Petition!

CailinCeltic: The dim world darkened round her-all Was night save where she shone, Save where she stood so slim and small The shadowed earth upon; As though the earth were new,and she Would light its fires anon. After Sunset - Harriet Monroe Images -Google PicFinder

JustCallmeBHunt: Harriet Tubman made 19 trips along the Underground Railroad to free over 300 enslaved people between 1850-1860. She once had a $40,000 ($1.2 million in 2020) bounty on her head. She carried a pistol on her for protection from slave catchers and slaves who wanted to turn back.

feraIharpy: thinking about mary maclane's letters to harriet monroe don't text

Marley__Monroe: Lord...Sweet Baby Jesus...Father Kanye West says Harriet Tubman 'never actually freed the slaves' during his South Carolina campaign rally

EllaSlammin: I’m almost to 20k!

scoopmcgooter: U​.​S National Park Services: It’s time for a Harriet Tubman Memorial on Fort Monroe - Sign the Petition!

EscaflowneClown: Terry Crews would've snitched on Harriet Tubman



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