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Letter from Kamala Cornelius Reprinted in the June 1922 Alumnae Recorder
Letter from Kamala Cornelius (Pennsylvania College for Women Class of 1918) reprinted in the June 1922 issue of the Alumnae Recorder. The letter is dated April 3, 1922 and from Nellore, S. India. The letter begins with a discussion of Cornelius' return to work in Nellore and continues for three additional pages.
Page two of the letter describes Cornelius' experience in the north of India and the differences between life in the north of India and the south of India.
Page three of the letter includes discussion of the purdah system and arrangements for students and teachers at a Hindu school. The letter also discusses a program for female students that is compared to the Y. M. C. A. in the United States.
Page four of the letter includes a discussion of Hinduism and Christianity in India and closes with well wishes for the graduating class of PCW.
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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