President Morgan's Letter and Questionnaire Sent to the American Association of University Women

November 1, 1921

In response to Gertrud Martin's letter dated October 27, 1921, President Morgan sent Martin a brief letter explaining what was enclosed as well as a questionnaire addenda. The addenda contains information regarding female faculty members at Dickinson College in the 1920s. According to Morgan, at this point there were three female faculty members: Louise d. Vilaine (Associate Professor of Romance Languages), Josephine Brunyate Meredith (Dean of Women and Associate Professor of English), and Hazel J. Bullock (Associate Professor of Romance Languages). He contended that all the women had been prompted and/or received raises.

Moreover, he address question 4 of the questionnaire and asserts that no women are on the Board of Trustees primarily because of a lack of interest.

Location of Document in Archives
Morgan Papers - Martin