In Her Own Right

Clara Marshall Papers

Date created 1879-01-01 – 1930-01-01
Creators Clara Marshall
Abstract This collection will be of interest to scholars studying the relationship between women's institutions and male-dominated professionalization attempts. While women leaders often welcomed professionalization as a means of attaining legitimacy, a perennial lack of funding often made such recognition impossible. There is also some evidence that shows a connection between WMCP and the woman suffrage movement, including a letter from Lida Stokes Adams to Marshall and a paper Marshall read before National American Woman Suffrage Association. These papers will be useful to researchers interested in the role of professional women in the suffrage movement.
Size 1.25 lf
Geographical location 21st Street and North College Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Contributing institution Drexel University College of Medicine Legacy Center
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