Talbot, Marion. Papers 1854-1948

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Talbot, Marion. Papers, 1854-1948

Talbot, Marion. Papers 1854-1948

Contains the correspondence and papers of Marion Talbot, Assistant Professor of Sanitary Science, Associate professor of Household Administration, and Dean of Women at the University of Chicago from its inception in 1892 until her retirement in 1925.

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The Association of Collegiate Alumnae was founded in Boston (1882) to unite alumnae of various colleges for educational work. From the description of Records, 1919-1921 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007754 In 1882 Marion Talbot, Alice Freeman (Palmer), Alice Hayes, Ellen Swallow Richards, and thirteen other women met in Boston to establish the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, uniting college graduates for "practical educational work...

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