Alliance of Catholic Women

...er notable part of the Alliance was its focus on education. This took on a number of different forms over the years. In 1920 with its first major program, the ACW established an endowment to fund scholarships to the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania.[6] Named after an early member, the

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Redpath’s Illustrated Weekly: a rare find

...shortened further to Redpath’s Weekly. This reflected the reduction in the number of illustrations due to rising publication costs. By August 1883, the paper had become more literary and less a vehicle for Irish freedom and social activism with more space devoted to serialized fiction, including French and Russian works

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The Other Drexel: Louise Drexel Morrell

...from God and would spend her days answering correspondence from the large number of charities she helped support and overseeing the affairs of St. Joseph’s and St. Emma’s Industrial Schools. When not working she would toil in her greenhouse or walk the grounds of her estate. During the depression she

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Recap of “To Touch a Saint: Creating a Place for Middle School Students” Grant Program!

...dy of Ransom School, had 572 seventh and eighth grade students visit. This number does not include the teachers, principals, or priests that accompanied them. During their visit, they had an interactive and hands on learning experience, toured the facility, met our Archivists, viewed current exhibits, and saw archival collections.

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