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The handwritten 1894 thesis by Frances Estelle Throckmorton, one of the members of the Columbian College "Original 13." The term "Original 13" refers to the first cohort of 13 women admitted to the Columbian College in 1889. Throckmorton received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbian College in 1893 and a Master of Arts in 1894, for which she submitted this thesis about the life and works of Cicero. This thesis is handwritten entirely in Latin.

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Throckmorton, Frances Estelle
GW Unit
Date Created
1894
Type of Work
Thesis
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Handwritten thesis
Columbian College
Original 13
Masters thesis
Cicero
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
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(OCLC)29867161
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Language
Latin
Location
Washington, DC
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https://scholarspace.library.gwu.edu/files/5999n3499

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