Malgorzata Fornalska (1975) Polish Resistance member executed by the Gestapo, 1944.
Chinese girls (1975) From a Chinese magazine cover.
Cosima Wagner (1975) Wife of Hans von Bülow, then of Richard Wagner (1837-1930)
Lillian Gish (1975) Silent film actress, "First Lady of American Cinema" (1893-1993).
Parisian Cabaret Owner (1976).
Klondike Prostitute (1976).
Ellis Island Immigrant (1976).
Lou Lou Andreas-Salomé (1976) Writer, psychoanalyst; 'muse' of Nietzsche, Rilke, Freud (1861-1937).
Doris Lessing (1976) South African novelist, Nobel Laureate (1919-2013).
Jaqueline Roque (1976) wife of Picasso (1927-1986).
Maria Callas (1976) The most famous opera diva (1923-1977).
Laura Diaz (1976) Market vendor in Honduras.
George Sand (1976) pen name of French writer Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin, known for her liaisons with Frédéric Chopin and the writer Alfred de Musset.
Alice Hamilton (1976) medical toxicologist, first woman appointed to Harvard faculty, 1919 (1869-1970).
Dorothy Norman (1976) photographer, protégé and friend of Alfred Stieglitz (1905-1997).
Alma Mahler (1978) Viennese saloniste, married to Gustav Mahler, Walter Gropius and Franz Werfel (1879-1964).
Sarah Bernhardt (1978) Most famous actress in history (1844-1923).
Françoise Gilot (1982) Painter, mistress of Picasso, later married Jonas Salk.
Eleanor Marx (1982) Socialist activist, daughter of Karl Marx (1855-1898).
Willa Cather (1984) American Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist (1873-1947).
Frida Kahlo (1985) Mexican artist (1907-1954).
Self-Portrait NYC (1987).
Edith Stein (2003) German Jewish philosopher who became a Catholic Discalced Carmelite nun; died in the gas chamber at Auschwitz, 1942.
Lotte Lenya (2003).
Beatrice Wood at 103 (2007).
Lillian Gish (2007).
Eartha Kitt (2014).
Aung San Suu Kyi (2014).
Wangari Maathai (2015) Kenyan environmental and political activist, winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize.