References for Hertha Marks Ayrton

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  1. E Sharp, Hertha Ayrton 1854-1923, a memoir (Edward Arnold, London, 1926).


  1. Archives Biographies: Hertha Ayrton, The Institution of Engineering and Technology.
  2. H E Armstrong, Obituary: Mrs Hertha Ayrton, Nature 112 (1923), 800-801.
  3. F Henderson, Almost a Fellow: Hertha Ayrton and an embarrassing episode in the history of the Royal Society, The Royal Society of London (8 March 2012).
  4. P Hirsch, Hertha Ayrton, in Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia (Brookline, Massachusetts, 2009).
  5. J Johnson, Hertha Ayrton, Women Inventors and Discoverers, Cassier's Magazine (1909), 548-553.
  6. J Mason, Ayrton, (Phoebe) Sarah (1854-1923), in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004).
  7. J Mason, Hertha Ayrton, in Nina Byers and Gary Williams (eds.), Out Of The Shadows: Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006), 15-25.
  8. J Mason, Hertha Ayrton (1854-1923) and the admission of women to the Royal Society of London, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 45 (2) (1991), 201-220.
  9. G Moore, Hertha Ayrton - first lady of the IEE, Electronics and Power 32 (8) (1986), 583.
  10. Obituary: Hertha Ayrton, The Girton Review 67 (2) (1923).
  11. M B Ogilvie, Hertha Ayrton, in Women in Science, antiquity through the nineteenth century (MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986), 32-34.
  12. M B Ogilvie, Hertha Ayrton, in Uneasy careers and intimate lives, women in science 1789-1979 (Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, 1987), 115-123.
  13. Reminiscences of Hertha Ayrton by A P Trotter, Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics.
  14. A P Trotter, Mrs Ayrton's work on the electric arc, Nature 113 (1924), 48-49.
  15. G L Walker, Hertha Ayrton.

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