Tarbell


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Ida Tarbell
photographed c. 1920

Tar·bell

 (tär′bəl), Ida Minerva 1857-1944.
American muckraking writer and editor remembered for her investigations of industry, including History of the Standard Oil Company (1904).

Tar•bell

(ˈtɑrˌbɛl)

n.
Ida M(inerva), 1857–1944, U.S. author.
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Noun1.Tarbell - United States writer remembered for her muckraking investigations into industries in the early 20th century (1857-1944)
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