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Letter from Kamala Cornelius Reprinted in the June 1921 Alumnae Recorder
Letter from Kamala Cornelius (Pennsylvania College for Women Class of 1918) reprinted in the June 1921 issue of the Alumnae Recorder. The letter is dated April 3, 1921 from the A.B.M. Girls' High School and addressed to the Alumnae Association of the Pennsylvania College for Women (now Chatham University). The letter includes discussion of Cornelius' work as a teacher, the students, and her work to start a program similar to Girl Scouts.
Page two of the letter describes Cornelius' work with a Girl Guides program and the success of that work. The letter also details Cornelius' decision to leave her work with the guide program.
The final page of the letter includes a brief closing.
Early Women Students
Source: Chatham University Archives & Special Collections
Creator: Kamala Cornelius
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Collection: Kamala Cornelius (Mrs. E.) Asirvatham Materials
Item History: 2021-01-13 (created); 2021-01-13 (modified)
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