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Thomas, M. Carey.
     Bryn Mawr School Papers; Correspondence.
1881 - 1888
The predominant subjects of extant Bryn Mawr School correspondence from its earliest years are the opening and staffing of the school. Both the earliest and most numerous of these letters consist of applications for teaching and administrative positions, testimonials and credentials of applicants, and evaluations of candidates. In addition, there are letters to and from each member of the Board of Managers and Eleanor Andrews about the operations of the school and about policies and procedures advocated and adopted.
     Reel: 210

Thomas, M. Carey.
     Bryn Mawr School Papers; Correspondence.
1889 - 1892
Letters regarding faculty and staff form the bulk of correspondence on Reel 211, with the members of the Board and the Secretary, Mary N. Colvin, being the most frequent addressees and writers. Other subjects discussed include gymnasium apparatus, furniture and supplies, operating expenses and accounts, and the John Hopkins University Medical School fund drive (slight). Of particular note are letters of November 1890 regarding an article in the Jewish Exponent about the school's admissions policies.
     Reel: 211

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