Women medical missionaries in India
From left: Dr. Mabell Sammons Hays, Dr. Mary Maya Das Lal, Dr. Anna Ruth Winter Korteling. Mabel and Anna graduated from the Woman's Medical College in 1923 and Mary in 1908. The photo was taken in Allahabad, India.
"Brief Biographical Sketches of Three Foreign Students"
Document from the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania Library titled “Brief Biographical Sketches of Three Foreign Students”. The document includes a biographical sketch of Dr. Anandibai Joshee, the first woman from India to receive a degree in medicine in the United States.
Newsclipping from the Buffalo Evening News about Kamala Cornelius Asirvatham
One newspaper clipping from the Buffalo Evening News with article titled "Reunited, Friends Talk of India; See Bright Future" and accompanying image of Kamala Cornelius Asirvatham (PCW 19) and Mrs Roy Walters (PCW 19). The article discusses the longtime friendship of the classmates and lectures given by Asirvatham in the Buffalo area.
Update from Kamala Cornelius Printed in the Fall 1954 Alumnae Recorder
This update on the Class of 1918 includes a quote from Kamala (Cornelius) Asirvatham describing her oldest daughter's husband's acting career.
The second page includes information provided by Kamala describing the education of her daughters, her husband's lecture tour in the United States, and her home life in Nagpur.
Class Update with Letter from Kamala (Cornelius) Asirvatham
This update on the Class of 1918 includes a letter from Kamala (Cornelius) Asirvatham describing her plans to travel to the United States with her husband as he begins a teaching position in Chicago. The letter also describes Ms. Asirvatham's plans to visit with her daughters and with friends from college.