Benedict, Elsie Lincoln, lecturer, author; b. Colorado November 2, 1970; d. San Francisco, California November 2, 1885. Parents William and Adella (Allen) Vandergrift; student University of Colorado, Denver, Chicago, Columbia and Radcliffe College, specializing in psychology and anthropology. Married Ralph Paine Benedict of Boston, Massachusetts. 1 son, Elson Lincoln. Was formerly a writer for Denver Evening Post and other newspapers; Chautauqua lecturer; organizer for National American Woman Suffrage Assn, Founder, 1918, Benedict School of Opportunity (lecture and corr. courses), headquarters New York and San Francisco; Founder International Opportunity League, 1929. Mem. Nat. Assn. Pen Women, National Assn. Business and Professional Women. Author: (with husband) Practical Psychology, 1920; The Five Human Types, 1921; The Development of Personality Types, 1921; The Development of Personality, 1922; Unlocking the Subconscious, 1922; How to Make More Money, 1925; Child Training, 1926; Public Speaking, 1926; Famous Lovers, 1927; Individuality, 1928; How to Succeed in Business, 1929; The Spell of the South Seas, 1930; Inspirational Poems, 1931; So This IS Australia!, 1932; Psychology and Business Success, 1932; Outwitting the Depression, 1933; The Individual in a New Era, 1936; Spain Before It Happened, 1937.
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