was born in 1896 in New York.
She came across homeopathy during a trip to Europe and then decided to study medicine at the Columbia University School of Physicians and Surgeons. She was one of the first three women to complete their medical training in 1921.
To deepen her knowledge of homeopathy, she studied for two years with Pierre Schmidt in Geneva. Pierre Schmidt regarded her as one of his most talented students.
Back in the USA, she opened a practice in Boston. She became internationally famous as a result of her seminars and lectures on homeopathy. In 1959, she became the first female president of the “American Institute of Homeopathy.”
1. A Brief Study Course in Homeopathy
2. Homeopathy As Art and Science