Letter from H.N. Dickinson to J.A.B. Stone
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H.N. Dickinson writes to J.A.B. Stone inquiring about the admission of women at the College. Dickinson had purchased a scholarship assuming that women and men received the same education. At this time, the College did in fact maintain separate curricula for women and men. Dickinson isn’t entirely willing to stop considering sending his daughters to the school, however, until he receives a reply from Stone.