'Clara' can also refer to...

Abraham a Santa Clara (1644—1709)

Clara Ann Pater (1841—1910) tutor and promoter of the higher education of women

Clara Asscher-Pinkhof (1896—1984)

Clara Barton (1821—1912)

Clara Bell (1834—1927) translator

Clara Bloodgood (1870—1907)

Clara Bow (1905—1965) American actress

Clara Campoamor (1888—1972)

Clara cells

Clara Cheeseman (1852—1943)

Clara de Chatelain (1807—1876) author and translator

Clara de Hirsch (1833—1899) philanthropist

Clara Dorothea Rackham (1875—1966) suffragist and political activist

Clara Elizabeth Collet (1860—1948) civil servant and promoter of women's education and employment

Clara Ellaline Hope Leighton (1898—1989) engraver

Clara Ellen Grant (1867—1949) headmistress and settlement worker

Clara Emily Milburn (1883—1961) housewife and diarist

Clara Evelyn Mordan (1844—1915) suffragist and benefactor

Clara Fisher (1811—1898)

Clara Gaff

Clara Grace James (1866—1954) trade unionist and community activist

Clara Hale (1905—1992)

Clara Haskil (1895—1960)

Clara Hätzlerin

Clara Lucas Balfour (1808—1878) advocate of women's advancement and temperance activist

Clara Luper (b. 1923)

Clara Margaret Codd (1876—1971) suffragette and theosophist

Clara Maria Pope (1767—1838) flower painter

Clara Marion Jessie Rousby (1848—1879) actress


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1 (Gershwin: Porgy and Bess). Sop. Wife of a fisherman, Jake—he dies at sea in a storm, leaving her with their young baby. Aria: Summertime. Created (1935) by Abbie Mitchell.

2 (Zemlinsky: Der Zwerg). Donna Clara. See Infanta.

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