Memo from Catharine Stimpson to Alexander Stein, regarding remarks for the Joint Barnard-Columbia Trustee Committee, April 22, 1971, page 4

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iuatitutions contindo to be ma1e4oriohted. Few hav¢'“~ “ protect or further the position of woman. ‘
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boncern on the hart of some institutions to be in faabien
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