Women in the Scientific Search: An American Bio-Bibliography, 1724-1979. Patricia Joan Siegel and Kay Thomas Finley. Metuchen, N.J.: The Scarecrow Press, 1985; page 71.
2 December 1861 — unknown [13 Oct 1944]
294. After her graduation from Swarthmore College (BL, 1881), Bunting studied at the University of Pennsylvania, Woods Hole, Johns Hopkins University, and Bryn Mawr College (PhD, 1895). She held teaching positions in several schools, including Goucher College, Girls’ High School, Philadelphia, and Wadleigh High School, New York City. In 1912 she became Carnegie Research Assistant in physiology at the University of Pennsylvania. Her broad technical interests included the origin of sex cells and studies of cork tissue. Her work appeared in the literature.
295. Bunting is cited in American Men of Science, 1906-1910; Who Was Who in America, 4, p. 135.