Letter to Margaret Pilkington from Theodora E. Clark outlining the merits of not going straight from school to further study and reassuring Margaret that she has every faith in her abilities. She encourages her desire to carry out social works and argues that 'no capable man or woman should be kept from pursuing the profession they wish,... nor from being paid for their work.'
Letter to Margaret Pilkington from her headmistress
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- ReferenceGB 133 PIL/3/1/4/11
- Dates of Creation14 May 1911
- Physical Description2 sheets.
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