Dr. Ida Newspaper Clippings from the 100th birthday celebration

From the Scudder Association Archives, Series 1 SA, Box 12

Newspaper clippings honoring the 100th anniversary of Dr. Ida Scudder’s birth, The Sunday Standard, December 6, 1970. It has been difficult to determine the location of this newspaper, although a later one of this name was found as an English newspaper in Sri Lanka.

 


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