Wonder Women of History is a feature that ran in Wonder Woman comics and Sensation Comics from 1942 to 1954. Ranging from one to five pages, each entry tells the story of real women who made a mark on history.

The concept was created by Alice Marble, the book’s associate editor, who wrote them until at least issue #17 when she stopped receiving credit. They are told in comic panel form from Wonder Woman’s perspective (signed at the end by Diana Prince). At least 71 entries were produced under the Wonder Women of History title.

The final original entry appeared in issue #66, after which time it was replaced by features centered around beauty tips or advice on how to get married, such as “Curious Courtships” and “Marriage à la Mode”. On occasion, the material strayed from the superficial replacement and took a focus once again on the achievements of women for additional columns such as “Women in the Air” and “Women of Distinction”. These back-ups disappeared entirely by the 1960s. (from wonder-woman.fandom.com)

Below you can find Evangeline Booth’s Feature.