Pandita Ramabai, The High-Caste Hindu Woman (1888)
Originally published in Marathi, The High-Caste Hindu Woman by Pandita Ramabai (alternatively spelled Pundita Ramabai) was translated into English for this 1888 edition. Ramabai was born in 1859 in Maharashtra to a Chitpavan Brahmin family.
"First Hindu Woman Here Studying Medicine Is a Brilliant Student"
Photograph in a newspaper of Premala Shahane of Maharashtra, student at the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, circa 1928-29. The caption indicates that Shahane's first name is 'Pamela', though elsewhere she is identified as 'Premala'. The caption also incorrectly states that Shahane was the first "Hindu Woman" at the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania.
Old world girls to be M.D.'s
A newspaper article describing the upcoming graduation of Miss Dora Chatterjee as only the third "Native Hindu" woman to graduate from the college.
Autograph Card for Gopal Vinayak Joshee
Autograph card signed in English and Marathi by Gopal Vinayak Joshee for Cornelia Kahn, a classmate of Anandibai Joshee at the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. Dr. Joshee was the first woman from India to receive a degree in medicine in the United States.
Bicentennial issue of Indian-American Week, April 24-May 1, 1976, assembled by The Association of Indians in America, Inc. The issue highlights a special event organized by The Association of Indians in America, Inc. and the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania commemorating the life of Dr.
Medical Co-eds From Far-away Lands
Newspaper clipping featuring portraits of Premola Shahane Poona, Saniyeh Habboob, and Mary Markuze, three students at the Woman's Medical College of Philadelphia.
Three Little Maids at Medical School
Newspaper clipping featuring a photograph of Premola Shahane Poona, Saniyeh Habboob, and Mary Markuze, three students at the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania taken between 1928 and 1929.
"Honoring the Memory of Anandibai Joshee, M.D."
Event program for a commemoration of Dr. Anandibai Joshee, the first woman from India to receive a degree in medicine in the United States, hosted by The Association of Indians in America, Inc. and the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania on April 24, 1976.