Woman of the Century/Rosetta Luce Gilchrist
GILCHRIST, Mrs. Rosetta Luce, physician, author and poet, born in Ashtabula, Ohio. In youth she was a student in the Kingsville, or Rexville, Academy, and later in Oberlin College. She is thoroughly versed in many lines of work. She has been a successful teacher in the Cleveland public schools, and has recently, after graduating from the Cleveland Homeopathic College, gained a lucrative practice in the medical profession. Though she has given little attention to literature, her chief talent Ties in that direction. It seems evident to those who have read her "Apples of Sodom," "Margaret's Sacrifice," "Thistledew Papers," and numerous poems, which were written during the press of business or housekeeping affairs, that she would have attained a high place among American authors. She possesses talent as ROSETTA LUCE GILCHRIST. an artist, having done some excellent work in oils, wholly without instruction. Mrs. Gilchrist has a family of three bright children. She is an honored member of the Woman's National Press Association and the Cleveland Woman's Press Association, and president of the Ashtabula Equal Rights Club.