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Letter from F.B. McCuskey to Dean of the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania

Letter dated April 6, 1930 from F.B. McCuskey, Missionary in Charge at the American Presbyterian in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, to the Dean of the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, requesting the College update their records to reflect a change of address for Dr. Dora Chatterjee, who moved to Rawalpindi after marrying her husband, Mangat Rai. Dr. Chatterjee was one of the first women from India to earn her degree in medicine in the United States.

Early Student Life, Early Women Students, Medicine

Date: April 6, 1930
Subject(s): Dora Chatterjee-Rai
Type: Correspondence
Language: English
Creator: F.B. McCuskey
Location: Hoshiarpur, PB, India

Holding Institution: Legacy Center Archives, Drexel University College of Medicine
Collection: Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania Collection
Digitizer: Grace Pusey
Item History: 2014-07-16 (created); 2020-04-08 (modified)

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