Memo from Nora Percival to Catharine Stimpson, regarding Cleveland trip and Women's Center, September 24, 1971

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ASSOCIATE ALUMHAE OF BAIQHAIQD COLLEGE

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T°_ Catharine Stimpson

From: Nora Percival

Subject; Cleveland Trip 5: Center Date; 9/24

The Cleveland people are planning to pick you up, put you up, feed you/and deliver, you to your plane. They hope you can come early enough on Sunday for them to have a little supper for you, so they can talk a bit. Please let Mrs. Kowal know directly what flight you'll be taking and she‘ll see that you are met. And you do buy your own tickets, etc., and let us know the costs so you can be reimbursed.

About the Women's Center —- where is it to be? Of course I'll be delighted to serve on your advisory board -- I feel deeply involved already. Thank you for asking me. By the way, Alma Mater (the magazine of the American Alumni Council) is thinking of using my talk as part of an issue on women's programs. It's remarkable how much interest the idea has generated.

I'll speak to Jackie about a column —- I myself think it would be great. It's just the sort of exciting new project many alums love to hear about -- and be kept

'au courant' about.

We've been mulling over the question of how to address alumnae for some time. Whenever a specific request comes

in, we make a change. I can't understand why Mrs. Kuszner'

request slipped by, but will certainly correct her plate now. The cost of recutting 16,000 plates, of course, is

prohibitive -- and it might well displease just as many

if we did. This is a question for future debate.

We need to make a decision about including you in the Council program. Two or three time slots are available, »\ and we must go to press with the program next-week. Wilédyx

you come by my office first chance you get next week to settle it? We are now in 115 Milbank and have no phone!

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