Harriet Earhart Monroe

[[A Woman of the Century|A woman of the century]] Harriet Earhart Monroe (August 21, 1842 – July 17, 1927) was an American lecturer, educator, writer, and traveling producer of religious stage plays. She was also well known for her work in Christian psychology and theology. One of her plays was being performed during the Rhoads Opera House fire.

Monroe lectured in large auditoriums from Boston to Omaha, and in the South Atlantic states. She was an active worker in city gospel mission work, in her own church, and in associated charities. She wrote a weekly letter to the ''Lutheran Observer'' (Philadelphia and Lancaster, Pennsylvania). Monroe favored woman suffrage. Provided by Wikipedia