PCW Class of 1918 Update in the Nov 1931 Alumnae Recorder

In this update on the Class of 1918, portions of a letter written by Kamala (Cornelius) Asirvatham to college president Helen Coolidge describe the impact of the death of her infant daughter, the application of her studies under Miss Meloy in social service work in Lucknow among members of different castes, and a discussion of the practice of purdah among women in Northern India.

Early Women Students

Date: 1931
Type: Text
Source: Chatham University Archives & Special Collections
Creator: Kamala Cornelius

Collection: Kamala Cornelius (Mrs. E.) Asirvatham Materials
Item History: 2021-02-26 (created); 2021-02-26 (modified)

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