Caroline B. Dow letter to Anna M. Jackson

Date created 12/22/10
Creator Dow, Caroline B. (Caroline Bell), 1857-1935

Caroline B. Dow was head of the Young Women's Christian Associations' National Training School. Says that Jackson speaking about her work in the Woman's Municipal League would teach the students to "appreciate how much women can do in a community."

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Type Text
Subjects Women social reformers | New York (N.Y.) | Jackson, Anna M. (Anna Margaret), 1848-1920 | Woman's Municipal League (New York, N.Y.) | Young Women's Christian Association
Language English
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Local identifier A00183453 | sc:183737

Branson-Jackson Family Papers, SFHL-RG5-016 (explore contents)

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