Frauenrechtlerin (1839-1936). Autograph manuscript signed. O. O. 1½ SS. auf 2 Bll. 4to.
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Written for a newspaper or magazine, Hainisch's article deals with the cooperation between home and school. - In 1888 Hainisch initiated the League for Extended Women's Education, which fought for women' access to higher education. In 1902 she founded the Federation of Austrian Women's Organisations and served as its Chair until 1918. In 1919 she was elected Deputy President of the International Council of Women, to which the Federation had become affiliated in 1904, and held this position until 1924. Marianne Hainisch was the mother of Michael Hainisch, the first president of Austria (1920-28).