The Women's College in Brown University Dean's Office Providence, R.I.
talk with Dr. Mitchell. I found that he was not opposed to the co-ordinate college but that he was rather inclined towards an independent women's college. However, I brought forward my points of the superior faculty and also the influence of the Graduate School which go with a co-ordinate college and he said that he had not thought of those two points and that they were worth considering. Of course, I imagine you know all these different opinions but I thought I would tell you what I had heard. Let me thank you for giving me the opportunity of seeing the enthusiasm of the Richmond people and let me express to you my very earnest desire that you may accomplish the very great thing for which you are working. Believe me, Sincerely yours, L. S. King