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Meet Mimi Gross, Betty Thayer, and Julia Kula (page 1); Soap drive for European children (page 2); Library launches music-listening room; Remembering retired textile professor Miss Millicent Coss (and her extensive textile collection donated to Worcester Art Museum); Remembering former teacher Miss Louisa A. Nicholass, who was principal of Boston Normal School of Cookery, a student of Harvard, MIT, and Cornell, and head of FTC's Department of Household Arts for forty years. (page 4)
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Framingham State University, "The Gatepost, v19, issue 04" (1949). The Gatepost: All Issues. 156.