President Morgan Explains that Female Students at Dickinson College are Treated Better than Male Students, 1922

December 19, 1922

In a letter to F. Louise Nardin of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, President Morgan recounts the early history of women at Dickinson College. He wrote that "Perhaps in truth I ought to say that they are better treated. They are better cared for than men, and there is no disposition to have this changed."

Location of Document in Archives
Morgan Papers - Nardin