Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania:

see Medical College of PennsylvaniaMedical College of Pennsylvania,
formerly in Philadelphia; chartered and opened 1850 as the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania; became Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania 1867, Medical College of Pennsylvania 1970. It was the first women's medical college in the world.
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Another strategy, one favored by the first woman to be the dean of a medical school, Ann Preston of Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, was the masquerade or "cross-dressing." Preston's rhetorical ploy involved a simple subterfuge: in most of the college addresses and announcements she authored, frequently anonymously, she wrote as if there was nothing anomalous at all in the existence of a woman's medical college.
The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, the first medical school entirely for women, was incorporated.