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American Association of University Women

Degrees of Equality: The American Association of University Women and the Challenge of Twentieth-Century Feminism. By Susan Levinc. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1995. xii, 227 pp. $29.95, ISBN 1-56639-326-4.)

Susan Levine. Degrees of Equality: The American Association of University Women and the Challenge of Twentieth-Century Feminism. (Critical Perspectives on the Past.) Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 1995. Pp. xi, 227. $29.95

JOHNSTONE, Robert William (1879 - 1969), Emeritus Professor of Midwifery and Diseases of Women, University of Edinburgh; Consulting Obstetrician and Gynæcologist, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Hon. Fellow: Edinburgh Obstetrical Society; American Association of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Glasgow Obstetrical and Gynæcological Society; Manchester Medical Society; York Medical Society

READ, Charles (1902 - 1957), Director Institute of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, British Post-Graduate Medical Federation, University of London; Pres. Roy. Coll. of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Hon. Fellow, American Association of Obstetricians, Gynæcologists and Abdominal Surgeons; Hon. Fellow, American Gynæcological Society; Hon. Fellow Athens Obstetrical and Gynæcological Society; Hon. Member S. African Assoc. of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Surgeon: Queen Charlotte’s Maternity Hosp.; Chelsea Hospital for Women; Hammersmith Post Graduate Hospital; Consulting Gynæcological Surgeon to the Northwood and Pinner Memorial Hospital, the Passmore Edwards Hospital, Wood Green, and St Luke’s Hostel for the Clergy; Surgeon to Out-Patients, and Director of Post Graduate Studies, Chelsea Hospital for Women; Gynæcologist, Bolingbroke Hospital; Gynæcological Surgeon Victoria Memorial Hospital, Barnet, Beckenham Hospital, and Bromley and District Hospital

GOODENOUGH, Francis (William) (1872 - 1940), Joint Hon. Secretary National Gas Council; Intl. Member of American Gas Association; Fellow of Institute of Fuel; Member of Council of Federation of British Industries; Member of Council of London Chamber of Commerce; Vice-President and Member of Executive Council of Royal Society of Arts; Chairman of Education Committee and Honorary Member of Institution of Gas Engineers; Chairman of Advisory Committee to the Westminster Technical Institute; a Governor of the Chelsea Polytechnic; Member of Commerce Advisory Committee, Regent Street Polytechnic; Member of Council of British Gas Federation; Member of Post Office Advisory Council, National Chamber of Trade, Governing Body of City of London College, Advisory Council of Anglo-International Trade Associations, Member of Council of British Health Resorts Association, of Confederation of Management Associations, and of Ibero-American Institute, Member of Industrial Reorganisation League, Council of National Industrial Alliance, Council of Parents’ Association, Member of Board of Architectural Education, RIBA; Member of Council of Advertising Association; Member of Committee of Architecture Club; Member of Commerce Degree Committee of University of London; Member of Oxford University Appointments Board; Chairman of British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education; Vice-President London Devonian Society; Vice-President Kipling Society; Vice-President; British Commercial Gas Association; Women’s Gas Council; Vice-President Institute of Export; Kensington Chamber of Commerce; London and District Centre Incorporated Secretaries Association; Institute of Industrial Administration; Salmon and Trout Association; a Governor of Royal Free Hospital; Chairman of Princess Beatrice Hospital; Hon. Treasurer Winter Distress League; Hon. Treasurer British Institute of Social Service; Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers

 

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In 1881, seventeen women met at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the invitation of Marion Talbot, a Boston University graduate, and her mother, also college educated, and formed ...

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