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-The first woman to complete a Short Winter Course was Alla Frances Young of Gloucester in 1901, but as it happened, the winter program continued to be dominated by men. Women such as Justine Hunt, the first female to complete the Two-Years Course for Women (1904), tended to enroll in that program or as Special Students (the first Special Student, a male, appears in the 1897 Annual Report). Once the summer program, geared toward educating teachers, opened in 1907, it brought in an enormous number of female enrollees. +The first woman to complete a Short Winter Course was [[y:young_alla_frances|Alla Frances Young]] of Gloucester in 1901, but as it happened, the winter program continued to be dominated by men. Women such as Justine Hunt, the first female to complete the Two-Years Course for Women (1904), tended to enroll in that program or as Special Students (the first Special Student, a male, appears in the 1897 Annual Report). Once the summer program, geared toward educating teachers, opened in 1907, it brought in an enormous number of female enrollees.
===== A "plea for the recognition of women" ===== ===== A "plea for the recognition of women" =====
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