'Blanche' can also refer to...

Ada Blanche (1863—1953) actress


Blanche Arundell (1584—1649) royalist noblewoman

Blanche Athena Clough (1861—1960) college head and educational administrator

Blanche Bates (1873—1941)

Blanche D'Alpuget (b. 1944)

Blanche Deschamps-Jehin (1857—1923)

Blanche Elizabeth Campbell Dugdale (1880—1948) author and Zionist

Blanche Hillyard (1863—1946) tennis player

Blanche Ingram

Blanche Kelso Bruce (1841—1898)

Blanche, Lady, of Spain

Blanche Lazzell (1878—1956)

Blanche Marchesi (1863—1940)

Blanche of Castile (1188—1252)

Blanche Parry (c. 1508—1590) courtier

Blanche Ring (1871—1961)

Blanche Thebom (1918—2010)

Blanche Willis Howard (1847—1898)

carte blanche

Duchess of Lancaster Blanche

Jacques-Émile Blanche (1861—1942)

Jessica Blanche Peixotto (1864—1941)

La Dame blanche

La Revue blanche

Lady Cynthia Blanche Mosley (1898—1933) politician and society figure

Violet Blanche Douglas Pennant (1869—1945) air force officer

Yurka Blanche (1887—1974)


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1 (Poulenc: Les Dialogues des Carmélites). Sop. Daughter of the Marquis and sister of the Chevalier de la Force. Enters a convent to find peace of mind. She escapes when the convent is ransacked and returns to her father's house. When she learns that the nuns are all to die by the guillotine, she joins them on the scaffold. Created (1957) by Virginia Zeany.

2 (Sullivan: Princess Ida). Lady Blanche. Cont. Professor of Abstract Science, in charge of the Castle Adamant, the ladies’ college where Ida has taken refuge. Created (1884) by Rosina Brandram.

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