Letter from Samuel Cornelius to T.Z.R. Jones
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Samuel Cornelius reports $45,000 subscribed for the college after soliciting throughout Michigan. However, Cornelius has not been paid and there are no guidelines for how to solicit pledges. Cornelius speculates that a donation of $100 made by an assistant professor of the Female Seminary, Louisa Thompson, was furnished by a gift to her of the same amount made by J. A. B. Stone. Finally, Cornelius suggests that the college needed a fiscal agent to manage all finances in Kalamazoo and that Jones would be highly qualified for such a position. Letter written by Elizabeth Cornelius.
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