Spanning two centuries, "The Life and Times of Mary Vaux Walcott" tells the story of a remarkable Philadelphia Quaker (1860-1940),
whose life as an avid explorer, glaciologist, early photographer, Indian commissioner and renowned illustrator of North American
wildflowers illuminates the worldview of intrepid women of her era. A late and happy marriage to the Secretary of the Smithsonian
Institution catapulted Mary Vaux Walcott to the highest levels of Washington politics and society, where she witnessed and participated
in tumultuous events of the 1920s and 1930s and became a close friend and confidante of First Lady Lou Henry Hoover.
The Life and Times of Mary Vaux Walcott by Marjorie G. Jones
Frances Yates and the Hermetic Tradition has been translated into Italian and Japanese and both books are available through, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.