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Letter from M. Carey Thomas to Mary Elizabeth Garrett, January 24, 1892
M. Carey Thomas writes to Mary Garrett about the progress of the medical school committee and responds to a lecture by Dr. Gilman, the president of Johns Hopkins, in which he argued against education for women. Thomas then shares some gossip about her Aunt Hannah's friend Lady Henry and reports that Bryn Mawr's plans for a new science building have been approved. A newspaper clipping announcing the lecture series is included with the letter.
Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935 (author)