Thank you letter to Rema Lou Brown and Sandy

Title

Thank you letter to Rema Lou Brown and Sandy

Description

Undated letter addressed to Rema Lou Brown and Sandy thanking them for appearing in a class.

Creator

Brown, Rema Lou
Educator and feminist activist. A graduate of Parsons College, Iowa, with graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Rice University, and the University of Houston at Clear Lake, where she also served as Counselor/Coordinator of Women's Resource Services. She was elected to two terms of the Clear Creek Basin Authority (an agency to combat pollution), state president of the American Association of University Women, and belonged to many other organizations regarding women's rights. Brown was defeated in a 1996 election (District 7) and smear campaign for the State Board of Education.

Rights

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Identifier

MSS058_Box10_WRSSeminarsWorkshops_letter

Is Part Of

MSS 058 Rema Lou Brown Papers, 1970s-1980s

Rights Holder

Woman's Collection, Texas Woman's University, P.O. Box 425528, Denton, TX 76204.

Text

Sandy and Rema Lou,

Thanks so much for your expenditure of time and energy in our class last Thursday. I appreciate the data and insights that you were able to bring.

Gratefully,

Shirley W. Faul

Files

MSS058_Box10_WRSSeminarsWorkshops_letter.jpg

Citation

Brown, Rema Lou and Educator and feminist activist. A graduate of Parsons College, Iowa, with graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Rice University, and the University of Houston at Clear Lake, where she also served as Counselor/Coordinator of Women's Resource Services. She was elected to two terms of the Clear Creek Basin Authority (an agency to combat pollution), state president of the American Association of University Women, and belonged to many other organizations regarding women's rights. Brown was defeated in a 1996 election (District 7) and smear campaign for the State Board of Education. , “Thank you letter to Rema Lou Brown and Sandy ,” TWU Digital Exhibits, accessed June 16, 2024, http://exhibits.twu.edu/ex/items/show/115.