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They came to learn, they came to teach, they came to stay

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Swoboda, Marian J.; Roberts, Audrey J.
They came to learn, they came to teach, they came to stay
(University women : a series of essays, Volume I)
Madison, Wisconsin: Office of Women, 1980
130 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Preface

Contents

Introduction

Part one: They came to learn

Chapter 1: Co-education 1849-1909: they came to stay, Droste, Jean pp. 1-9 ff.

Chapter 2: Women at Wisconsin: 1909-1939, Langill, Ellen D. pp. 11-30

Part two: They came to teach

Chapter 3: Emily Webster: math and maxims, Greathouse, Kathy pp. 31-32

Chapter 4: Margaret H'Doubler: pioneer of dance, Pillinger, Barbara B. pp. 33-36

Chapter 5: Gladys L. Borchers, Krouse, Agate; Krouse, Harry; Roberts, Audrey pp. 37-41 ff.

Chapter 6: Helen C. White remembered, Roberts, Audrey pp. 43-47 ff.

Chapter 7: Hilda Belle Oxby, Last, Ellen pp. 49-51 ff.

Chapter 8: Emma Lou Wilder: she came to teach, Foss, Jean L. pp. 53-55 ff.

Chapter 9: Bessie May Allen and Agnes Jones, McDonald, Bonnie pp. 57-59 ff.

Chapter 10: Ruth B. Glassow: teacher and scholar, Remley, Mary L. pp. 61-65 ff.

Chapter 11: Helen Clarke and social work, Wood, Vivian pp. 67-71 ff.

Chapter 12: Edith J. Cartwright: dean among deans, Mertens, Patricia A. pp. 73-76

Chapter 13: The incomparable Mary Elizabeth Smith, Corneli, Helen pp. 77-80

Chapter 14: Germaine Bree: a partial portrait, Marks, Elaine pp. 81-84

Part three: They came to stay

Chapter 15: Women in industrial education, Harycki, Marcia pp. 85-88

Chapter 16: Women in the extension center in Milwaukee, Holmes, Elisabeth pp. 89-94

Part four: In their own words: oral histories of students and teachers

Chapter 17: Educated daughters and sisters: three graduates comment, Krouse, Agate; Krouse, Harry pp. 95-105 ff.

Chapter 18: Voices from Eau Claire: three generations of teachers, Last, Ellen pp. 107-115 ff.

Chapter 19: In their own words: excerpts from oral history history, Smail, Laura L.; Taylor, Donna S. pp. 117-129

Contributors, pp. 130 ff.

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