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She composed the collections of Argentine folk music .Cabrera, Lydia – (1899 – 1991) Cuban anthropologist and writer, short story writer and poet Lydia Cabrera was born in Havana, the daughter of Raimundo Cabrera.In Hochow, in Shansi province, Mildred Cable helped to establish one of the first schools for girls in China and in 1923 the group made a tour of the cities of Kansu Province, entering many areas which had never met white women, let alone encountered the Christian religion.Prior to 1930, the group moved to bring evangelical work to the north-western city of Suchow, which enjoyed the ominous nickname of ‘the City of Criminals.’ Miss Cable's travel records and experiences were published in conjunction with those of Francesca French in (1950).An extremely talented artist, she was employed to design china dinnerware for the Russel Wright company (1935 – 1950), whilst her best known work was the plaid Skotch Kooler, which remained popular throughout the decade of the 1950’s.Miss Cabot’s first husband was the poet Laurence Jordan, from whom she was later divorced (1931).Madame de Arrom adopted the literary pseudonym of ‘Fernan Caballero,’ and apart from writing on the history of Spanish literature, she is credited with the introduction of the popular novel in Spain.She also collected folk-tales and native poetry, such as, Tallien, Therese de Cabbarus Cabel, Marie Josephe – (1827 – 1885) Belgian soprano Marie Josephe Dreulette was born (Jan 31, 1827) in Liege.
Her third marriage was (1837) to Antonio Arrom de Ayala, a Spanish noble twenty years her junior.
Petra Cabot died (Oct 13, 2006) aged ninety-nine, in Woodstock, New York.
Cabot, Susan – (1927 – 1986) American actress Harriet Shapiro was born (July 8, 1927) in Boston, Massachusetts, and was raised in New York.
Caba Alba, Julia – (1912 – 1988) Spanish stage and film actress Julia Caba Alba was born in Madrid the daughter of actor Pascual Caba and his wife fellow actress Irene Alba.
She made her stage debut in the play and received several prestigious awards including the Medalla de Oro de Circulo de Bellas Artes (1959).
Her best known was an anthropological study of Afro-Cuban traditions entitled (Sayings of Old Negros) (1955), which was published in Havana.