Education: Working Girls' School

On Bryn Mawr's maple-shaded campus last week gathered a clothing worker and a shoe worker from England, an automobile worker from Kansas City, a rubber worker from Akron—65 working girls all told. Their clothes did not come from Fifth Avenue nor their manners from a finishing school, but for seven weeks they will enjoy the luxury of Bryn Mawr's capitalistic dormitories, swimming pool, tennis courts and learning. They are students in the college's Summer School for Women Workers, which last week began its 18th year.

A pioneer in workers' education in the...

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