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1880's
to
1940's

The pioneers entered this profession quietly, even unpretentiously, in which women do not come to mind, to say the least, and are not preferred, . But they almost forced the doors of the schools. The first school to admit women was MIT in the USA. But after their graduation, they were often ignored. For a long time, they could only find a place on the periphery of the business world and customer base. They were unconventional and ambitious women.

The daring and pioneering generation striving to join a "male" profession

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Theodate 

pope

Ripple

Julia

Morgan

Sophia 

Hayden

Benett

Margarete

Schutte

Lihotzky

Leman

chubby

Munevver

Belen

Shamsa

Demiren

Cahide

tamer

tutor 

Eyuboglu

selma

emler

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Theodate Pope Ripple

1867-1946

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avon old farms school 1920-29

The architect who entered the world of men with a burst of self-confidence and ego. He even chose the name Theodate (Greek for “God gave you”), not his family, but himself in his adulthood. He did not study at an architecture school; He learned architecture through his own individual effort.

 
 

Julia
Morgan

1872-1957

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Sophia
Gregoria
Hayden
Bennett

1868-1953

 
 
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Margaret
Schütte-
Lihotzky

1868-1953

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Leman
Cevat Tomsu

1868-1953

 
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Munevver
Belen Gozeler

1913-1973

 

Shamsa
Demiren Calsat

1919-2001

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Cahide
tamer

1915-2005

 
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tutor
Eyuboglu
Anhegger

1919-2009

 
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selma
emler

1920-?