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Anna Powers and Umeko Tsuda in a Bryn Mawr College dorm room
Bryn Mawr students Anna Powers, class of 1890, and Ume Tsuda (later known as Tsuda Umeko), studying in Anna Powers' dorm room. Tsuda was an international student from Japan who studied at Bryn Mawr from 1889 - 1892, but did not take a formal degree. She later became a pioneer of women's education in Japan and founded a women's college, Tsuda College, in Tokyo.