From the Jessica Esch: Fill in the Blanks exhibition
"The higher education of women, while not universal, was pretty common—certainly not unusual—among New England families where the men of the family were highly educated. I was never asked if I wanted to go to college. I was sent. It was just taken for granted." -Frances Perkins
Frances Perkins, The Reminiscences of Frances Perkins, New York Times Oral History Program, Columbia University Oral History Collection, Part III, No. 182 (pp.190-191 in PDF)
Perkins graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1902 with a degree in chemistry and physics.
Underwood-Olivetti Studio 44 typewriter
Efficiency graph pad
8 1/2" x 11"
Pricing available upon request.