Madame de Vilaine is not Happy with Her Salary

Letter
Date: 
June 2, 1919

After accepting the position as both house mother and instructor at Dickinson College, S. Louise de Vilaine wrote to President Morgan and expressed her disappointment. She wrote, "I accept your offer although it is not as generous as I had expected. My work is worth more and still count on your raising it to $1400 before the year is over."

Location of Document in Archives: 
Morgan Papers - de Vilaine