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Cassidy Hillary Clinton, "Hillary Unbound," TIME (Sunday, June 8, 2003). Emily Toth, "Bringing up Billy: Review of Leading with My Heart: My Life," The Women's
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Antonio Light, 16 July 1939, p. 4. Janice Delaney; Mary Jane Lupton; Emily Toth (1988). The Curse: A Cultural History of Menstruation (2nd revised ed
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Archived September 12, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. Writers' History. Emily Toth; Per Seyersted (22 October 1998). Kate Chopin's Private Papers. Indiana
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All Walks of Life ... American Publishers' Association. 1915. p. 243. Emily Toth; Per Seyersted (22 October 1998). Kate Chopin's Private Papers. Indiana
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Yust (1954). Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica. p. 18. Emily Toth; Per Seyersted (October 22, 1998). Kate Chopin's Private Papers. Indiana
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Hine Award from the Organization of American Historians and the 2014 Emily Toth Award (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association). Her
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University, Our Alumni Are the University's Third Estate (Apr. 8, 2011). Emily Toth, Unveiling Kate Chopin (1999) at 180. All Biographies, Joseph Henry Zumbalen
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Pimps Up, Ho's Down: Hip Hop's Hold on Young Black Women, received the Emily Toth Award for the Best Single Work by One or More Authors in Women's Issues