Education: Smith's Hill

Smith College (Northampton, Mass.), perhaps the most democratic of the select sisterhood of Eastern women's colleges, last week appointed its first Negro teacher. Sociologist Adelaide Cromwell Hill, 26, who got her B.A. at Smith cum laude in 1940, proceeded to an M.A. at University of Pennsylvania, and is now working on a Ph.D. at Harvard, will join a faculty which already includes two Chinese and a Japanese.


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