Join in an Around the World Celebration of Dr. Ida Scudder’s 150th Birthday

© Scudder Association Foundation, All rights reserved

We encourage all SAF members to link in and participate in the celebration of a very remarkable woman.

Saturday,December 5, 2020 from 2:00PM EST – 5PM EST


© Scudder Association Foundation, All rights reserved

1 Comments

1 Comment

  1. Peter Thoms

    Fantastic!! So proud to be a Scudder. We Thomas’s grew up in Kodaikanal and knew Dr. Ida(Aunt Ida to us).
    Peter Scudder Thoms

    Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Out These Related Posts

President’s 2020 Address

President’s 2020 Address

PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS AT THE 2020 ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF THE SCUDDER ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION, INC. November 16, 2020 Charles S. K. Scudder, President Good evening everyone.  I am glad that you are participating in this virtual Annual Meeting of The Scudder...

read more
May Your Christmas Be Bright

May Your Christmas Be Bright

And nothing brightens Christmas morning like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir!   To that end, our resident Historian Chair, Margery Boyden, has sent us a link that will support our Christmas prayer, that your Christmas be filled with all the love and joy, this special...

read more
An Oration a 150 Years in the Making

An Oration a 150 Years in the Making

The Scudder Association Foundation is proud to announce this year's Ida Scudder Humanitarian Oration, will be presented by Board Member and India Grant, Chair, Dr. James Taylor. Jim Taylor's road to the Oration invitation is a circuitous, and much like his legendary...

read more
Like Father Like Son

Like Father Like Son

  Recently Rajaratnam Abel, contacted our President Charles Scudder, whom he met last year on the Scudder Foundation's bicentennial return to India. Abel was putting the finishing touches on his most recent book, Dr. John Scudder: World's First Medical...

read more
Coin of the Realm

Coin of the Realm

There are a lot of moving parts to this post, so let's start at the beginning.   Our Historian Margery Boyden, recently received an inquiry from Dave Cleaves, an antiquarian book collector who acquired a 1797 book on arithmetic, one of the first written...

read more