"But we were free to come here to see you," a woman reporter said.
She was one of the first women reporters employed by the paper.
That, and taking a position with the Chronicle as its first woman reporter.
A woman reporter was standing in the street, her back to the house, facing the camera.
How could a woman reporter cover a Presidential address if she couldn't be where it was given?
A crowd started to gather as the man continued to talk to a woman reporter.
He swore that this approach had worked for him in the past with women reporters.
"Tell us what's going on," a woman reporter called out.
I wonder if she'd mind a woman reporter being there?
Greenwood was the first woman reporter on the Times payroll.