Kalamazoo College - Lucinda Hinsdale Stone
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A "carte de visite" photograph of Lucinda Hinsdale Stone. Mrs. Stone came to Kalamazoo College in 1843 along with her husband James, and although she had not planned on teaching, enrollment and her passion for it eventurally changed her mind. She was remembered as teaching classes with one of her young sons on her lap. She was a strong advocate for co-education, and her work led to Kalamazoo College becoming a center of progressive education for women. The "carte de visite" photograph style was at the peak of its trend during the first half of the 1860s. The photographer is not identified.
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