Women Education / 1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist

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Women Education / 1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist

Women Education / 1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist
1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist Female College. Author: [Women Education], 19th c. Title: 1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist Female College. ALS : Autograph Letter Signed. Education Handwritten letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female College in Montpelier, VT. On official letterhead for the Seminary. 8 x 5 inches. Principal of the school, J. Coxe writes to a colleague in shock over his sudden dismissal. Stating in part: I cherish very pleasant memories of your kindness in the past, and trust that nothing may grow out of this matter to mar our friendship.. I regard the action of the Committee as neither just, kind, nor courteous… Up to the meeting of the Comm. In May, I had never received any intimation that the Comm. Or the patrons of the school were dissatisfied with my administration… I had been repeatedly assured that the Comm. Neither desired nor designed any change… Waited on me with a notice that my services were no longer required… I should have estimated it a relief to have retired from the school, but to my suggestion to that effect, many of my brothers said No! At that time I could have easily adjusted my affairs to a change, and retired with no discredit, secured work elsewhere, and been unembarrassed by any such difficulties as now beset my way. ” Despite his overall frustration with the situation, Coxe writes, “I have no other wish than for the prosperity of the school… This was a period of changes for the institution which was founded earlier as Newbury Seminary; in 1868 it expanded as Vermont Conference Seminary and Female College in 1868, and just three years later in 1871 it was again renamed Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female College. At this time, educational opportunities for women were expanding as more women began working in field of teaching and education. In very good condition. A unique and personal piece of early Female Education history. Subject: Autographs, Autographs, Letters and Archives, Education, Women History, Women’s Education. Rambod Inc offers thousands of historical documents, letters, manuscripts, printed ephemera, and first editions in all variety fields. Since 1991, we have served an international clientele of collectors, private. And public libraries in acquisition and collection development. We are members of ILAB, ABAA, and PADA, and have furnished collections around the world with rare and unique material for over 30 years; from the personal letters of Nobel-Prize winning scientists to first editions promoting abolition or women suffrage. We also offer Important First Editions of Literatre, Americana, Science, Military, African American and Woman History. We offer an unconditional guarantee for each item’s authenticity and completeness. This listing was created by Bibliopolis. The item “Women Education / 1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist” is in sale since Tuesday, July 6, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “www_maxrambod_com” and is located in Woodland Hills, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Women Education / 1874 Handwritten Letter from Principal of Vermont Methodist