Women of History - CCaba, Irene see Alba, Irene Caba. Caba, Irene Gutierrez – (1. Spanish film and television actress. Irene Caba was born (April 2. Madrid into a theatrical family, being the daughter of Emilio Gutierrez Caba and Irene Caba Alba.
Nabors, 95, formerly of Gans, Pa., died Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2003, at the Mon-Pointe Continuous Care Center, Morgantown, W.Va., which had been her home for the past seven years. She was born in Over Cheat, W.Va.
She was later married to fellow actor, Gregorio Alonso, and was mother to the noted director Jose Luis Escolar (born 1. Her first film role was in Barrio (1. La Becerrada (1. 96.
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La Tia Tula (1. 96. Querido Professor (1. Agonizando en el crimen (1.
Cabezas quemadas (The Hotheads) (1. France as Les Tetes brulees, amongst others. However, her main medium was television, in which she appeared constantly until the early 1. El Hombre, ese desconocido (1.
Primera fila (1. 96. Tiempo y hora (1. Suspiros de Espana (1. Estudio 1 (1. 97. During the latter part of her career Caba again appeared in several films such as, Viva la clase media (1. Donna Matilde, which was released in English as Long Live the Middle Class and La Casa de Bernarda Alba (The House of Bernarda Alba) (1.
Irene Caba died (July 4, 1. Madrid. Caba Alba, Julia – (1. Spanish stage and film actress. Julia Caba Alba was born in Madrid the daughter of actor Pascual Caba and his wife fellow actress Irene Alba. She made her stage debut in the play La senorita Angeles and thereafter established herself as a successful actress in the tradition of her family. Her first film role was in El crimen de la calle de Bordadores (1. Edgar Neville with whom she collaborated in many successive films.
Other film credits included Don Quijote de la Mancha (1. Noventa minutos (1. Los angeles del volante (1. She appeared in the popular television series Los pajaritos and received several prestigious awards including the Medalla de Oro de Circulo de Bellas Artes (1. Caballero, Fernan – (1. Spanish writer. Born Cecilia Boehl von Faber (Dec 2.
Morges in Switzerland, she was the daughter of a German merchant, Nikolaus Boehl von Faber, who became consul at Cadiz. She was married firstly to Antonio Planells, a Spanish soldier, secondly (1.
Spanish grandee, the Marques de Arco- Hermoso. Her third marriage was (1. Antonio Arrom de Ayala, a Spanish noble twenty years her junior. Madame de Arrom adopted the literary pseudonym of .
She also collected folk- tales and native poetry, such as, Cuentos y poesias adaluces (Andalusian Tales and Poetry) (1. La Gaviota (The Seagull) (1. Clemencia (1. 85. Un servilion y un liberalito (A Groveller and a Little Liberal) (1. La Familia de Alvareda (1. Her completed works were later published in thirteen volumes (1.
Fernan Caballero died (April 7, 1. Seville. Cabarrus, Theresia de see Tallien, Therese de Cabbarus.
Cabel, Marie Josephe – (1. Belgian soprano. Marie Josephe Dreulette was born (Jan 3. Liege. She studied at the Paris Conservatoire and made her stage debut at the Opera Comique (1. Cabel performed throughout France, Belgium and England and created the lead role in Le Promise (1. Antoine Clapisson (1. Her successful career came to en end due to debilitating mental illness (1.
Madame Cabel died (May 2. Paris. Cable, Mildred – (1. British missionary. Alice Mildred Cable was born in Guildford, the daughter of a draper. She trained in chemistry and medicine, and became a pioneer missionary to China in 1. China Inland Mission, beginning her initial training with the famous missionary sisters, Evangeline and Francesca French. In Hochow, in Shansi province, Mildred Cable helped to establish one of the first schools for girls in China and in 1.
Kansu Province, entering many areas which had never met white women, let alone encountered the Christian religion. Prior to 1. 93. 0, the group moved to bring evangelical work to the north- western city of Suchow, which enjoyed the ominous nickname of . For her work The Gobi Desert (1. Mildred received an award from the Royal Central Asia Society. With Francesca she also produced, A Journey with a Purpose (1.
Returning to Britain in 1. French sisters, and they all lectured wideley throughout the Commonwealth, and continued to work tirelessly for the British and Foreign Bible Society. Cabot, Petra – (1. American designer. Petra Cabot was born (Feb 2. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Petra Cabot died (Oct 1. Woodstock, New York.
Cabot, Susan – (1. American actress. Harriet Shapiro was born (July 8, 1. Boston, Massachusetts, and was raised in New York. Her films included, The Enforcer (1. Flame of. Araby (1. Battle for the Apache Pass (1.
Ride Clear of Diablo (1. Fort Massacre (1.
Janet Starling in the horror classic The Wasp Woman (1. Roger Corman and was her final movie role. Susan was involved in a well publicized affair with King Hussein of Jordan (1. Timothy Scott Roman, to actor Christopher Jones (born 1. She retired in 1. Miss Cabot died tragically at her home at Encino in California (Dec 1. Timothy being convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
Cabrera, Ana de – (1. Argentinian musician and composer. Ana de Cabrera was born at Simoca in Tucuman, and was first introduced to music at church. She later studied music at Cordoba and took instruction in guitar from Andre Segovia (1. She composed the collections of Argentine folk music Serie de Cantos Nativos and Danzas y Canciones Argentinas. Cabrera, Lydia – (1.
Cuban anthropologist and writer, short story writer and poet. Lydia Cabrera was born in Havana, the daughter of Raimundo Cabrera. She studied Afro- Cuban folk- lore under Fernando Ortiz and from 1. Cuba y America under the pseudonym .
After returning to her homeland, Cabrera established herself as an authority on Afro- Cuban religions, most notably the Santeria, and published over one hundred books. Her best known was an anthropological study of Afro- Cuban traditions entitled El Monte (The Wilderness). Lydia Cabrera collected Negro oral narratives which she included in her Contes negres de Cuba (Negro Stories of Cuba) (1.
Paris and in Refranes de Negros viejos (Sayings of Old Negros) (1. Havana. Cabrera was a member of the avant- garde movement which included the noted Cuban novelist Alejo Carpentier (1.
French magazines such as Revue de Paris and Les Nouvelles Litteraires. With the takeover of Cuba by Fidel Castro (1. Cabrera went into exile and remained in the USA for most of the rest of her life. Other works included, Cuentos para adultos, ninos y retrasados mentales (Stories for Adults, Children and the Mentally Retarded (1.
Lydia Cabrera died (Sept 1. Miami, Florida. Cabrini, Francesca Xavier – (1. Italian- American nun, founder, and saint. Born Francesca Maria at Sant’ Angelo Lodigliano in Lombardy, she was the daughter of a wealthy farmer.
She originally trained as a schoolteacher but desired to enter the religious life, but was refused admission because of her ill- health. Cabrini was placed in charge of a small orphanage at Codogno, and then founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart (1. Italy. There, despite much opposition they managed to establish a convent and orphanage. This beginning led to the establishment of schools, charitable foundations, and four hospitals, and her order was introduced, France, Spain, and South America. She died in Chicago, Illinois and was canonized by Pope Pius XII (1. Francesca Cabrini was the first American citizen to be declared a saint (1. Caccia, Orsola Maddalena – (1.
Italian painter. Orsola Maddalena Caccia was the eldest daughter of Guglielmo Caccia. Trained to be her father’s assistant, her own work can be distingushed by a small flower emblem. Her three surviving floral works, now in the Municipio di Moncalvo, Asti, are the earliest known flower paintings.
Her studio prospered, and Orsola’s career lasted long enough for her to have assistants and pupils of her own. She executed a joint commission for Christine of France, Duchess of Savoy (1. Nativity and a Saint John the Baptist. In 1. 66. 6 she retired and became a nun in the convent her father had founded in Moncalvo. Eventually she became the mother superior, and was succeeded in her office by Laura Bottero, formerly one of her own pupils. Caccialanza, Gisella – (1.
Italian- American ballerina. Gisella Caccialanza was born in San Diego, California, and studied ballet in Los Angeles under Giovanni Rosi, and then under Enrico Cecchetti in Milan from 1. Returning to the USA several years later (1. Albertina Rasch, and then became a member of the American Ballet under George Balanchine (1. She appeared in several musicals such as The Goldwyn Follies and On Your Toes, which were choreographed by Balanchine, who created the role of the bride in the ballet Baiser de la Fee (1.
Caccialanza appeared as guest ballerina with the San Francisco Ballet (1. Sugarplum Fairy in their first production of the Nutcracker (1.
She then joined the Ballet Society in New York, and created the Third Theme in Balanchine’s production Four Temperaments (1. She was married (1. Lew Christensen, to whom she bore a son. When her brother- in- law, William Christensen founded the Ballet West in Salt Lake City, Utah (1.
Caccialanza worked there as a ballet instructor. Her correspondence with Enrico Cecchetti was published as Letters Fromthe Maestro (1. Widowed in 1. 98. Caccialanza died (July 1. Daly City, California, aged eighty- three.
Caccini, Francesca – (1. Italian vocalist.
Francesca Caccini was born (Sept 1. Florence, the daughter of the composer and musician, Giulio Caccini, and his first wife, Lucia, and was thee elder sister of Settimia Caccini. Her stepmother was the noted singer, Margherita della Scala.
Francesca later married (1. Giovanni Battista signorini, court singer at the Medici court in Florence, to whom she bore a son. Francesca was proficient in playing various musical instruments before she made her vocal debut in 1. Henry IV and Marie de Medici.
Being then appointed court singer, and popularly nicknamed . Francesca wrote the opera, La liberazione di Ruggiero dall’isola d’Alcina (1. She had earlier published a collection of some of her compositions under the title Il primo libro delle musiche (1. Her other works have now been lost.
She was still living in Florence two decades later (1.