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Swoboda, Marian J.; Roberts, Audrey J. / Wisconsin women, graduate school, and the professions
(1980)

Droste, Jean
Chapter 1: Vocational aspirations and job realities: a look at some women receiving Ph. D.'s prior to 1926,   pp. 1-10


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22. Small, p. 34.
23. Biennial Report, 1904-1906, p. 149.
24. Biennial Report, 1908-1910, p. 197.
25. Herbert W. Kuehner to Jean Rasmusen Droste, 22 November 1965.
26. Carl Russell Fish Papers, Letter from Dr. Martha Letitia Edwards to Carl
Russell Fish, March
1914, Wisconsin Historical Society MS.
27. Ibid. Letter from Dr. Martha Letitia Edwards to Carl Russell Fish, 15
February 1915.
28. Ibid. Letter from Milton White to Carl Russell Fish, 15 February 1915.
29. Information obtained from Alumni Records, Alumni Records Office, University
of Wisconsin
Union, Madison, Wisconsin.
30. Letter from Florence Porter Robinson to Mrs. Marvin B. Rosenberry, 20
May 1926, Exhibit 5,
Milwaukee County Court Probate record, File 65491.
31. Information from the Office of the Registrar, University of Wisconsin.
32. University of Wisconsin Badgers 1892-1898, University of Wisconsin Archives.
33. Letter from M. A. Brannon to Florence P. Robinson, 26 October 1921, Beloit
College
Archives.
34. Letter from Florence P. Robinson to M. A. Brannon, 28 October 1921, Beloit
College
Archives.
35. Sara Hawk to Jean Rasmusen Droste, 27 November 1965.
36. Mrs. Victor Albjerg to Jean Rasmusen Droste, 11 February 1966.
37. Charlotte Elliott to Jean Rasmusen Droste, 2 December 1965.
38. Interview with Eloise Gerry, Madison, Wisconsin, 17 August 1966.
39. Interview with Jennie McMullin Turner, Middleton, Wisconsin, 27 April
1966.
40. Interview with Ella May Martin, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 9 May 1966.
41. Fish MS, Martha Edwards to Carl Russell Fish, 12 April 1919.
42. Clara Frances McIntyre, "A Venture in Statistics," Publications
of the Association of Collegi-
ate Alumnae, (October, 1918), 6. In the years from 1870 to 1920 the absolute
number of
men teachers in the public schools increased 41% whereas the absolute number
of women in-
creased 385%. Edgar W. Knight Twenty Centuries of Education (Boston: Ginn
and Com-
pany, 1931), p. 605.
43. Interview with Leslie Spence, Madison, Wisconsin, 16 August 1966.
44. Graduate Education for Women, the Radcliffe Ph.D., (Cambridge: Harvard
University Press,
1956), pp. 34, 45. Emilie Hutchinson, Women and the Ph.D. (Greensboro, N.
C. Institute of
Women's Professional Relations, Bulletin #2, N.C. College for Women, 1929),
p. 17.
45. Radcliffe Ph.D., p. 51.
46. Martha Carey Thomas, "The Future of Women in Independent Study and
Research," Publica-
tions of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, (February, 1903), p. 17.
47. Christine Ladd Franklin, "Endowed Professorships for Women,"
Publications of the Associ-
ation of Collegiate Alumnae, (February, 1904), p. 59.
48. Marion Talbot and Lois Kimball Mathews Rosenberry, The History of the
American Associ-
ation of Uniuersity Women 1881-1931 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1931),
p. 200.
49. A. Caswell Ellis, "Preliminary Report of Committee W, On Status
of Women in College and
University Faculties," Bulletin of the A.A.U.P. VII (October 1921),
p. 25.
50. Hutchinson, p. 202.
51. Ellis, pp. 23-24.
52. Amy E. Tanner, "The Salaries of Women Teachers in Institutions of
Collegiate Rank," Special
Bulletin of the Publications of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, (November,
1907), p.
23.
53. John H. McNeely, "Salaries in Land-Grant Universities and Colleges,"
U.S. Office of Educa-
tion, Bulletin #24, 1931, p. 3.
54. Interview, Madison, Wisconsin, 16 August 1966.
55. Zona Gale Papers, Letter from Zona Gale to Elizabeth Waters, 23 April
1926, Wisconsin
Historical Society MS.
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