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IN OPENING THE
MEDICAL PROFESSION TO WOMEN
DR. ELIZABETH BLACKWELL
THE MORAL EDUCATION OF THE YOUNG' ETC.
AND NEW YORK
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LANE LIBRARY. STANFORD UNIVERSITY
It has often been urged that a record should be preserved of some of the first efforts by means of which the medical profession of our day has been opened to women.
In the belief that a large providential guidance may often be recognised in the comparatively trivial incidents of an individual life, this request of many friends is here complied with.
The possession of old journals and of family correspondence gives accuracy to these details of
Family Life in England—Walks around Bristol-May Mis-
sionary Meetings-A Vivid Reminiscence- Bristol Riots--
EARNING MONEY FOR STUDY
The Medical Idea taking Shape-Lack of an Absorbing Object
- Objection to falling in Love-Struggles with Disinclina-