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60th anniversary tribute to ‘six super golden women’

Dr. Elizabeth C. Jones, one of the six women who graduated with the 1952 class of Tulane University School of Medicine, has written a book describing her career and the careers of her five women classmates. 

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Dr. Elizabeth C. Jones, who graduated from the Tulane School of Medicine in 1952, has written a book about her career along with those of her five other female classmates. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)

 

November 9, 2012

Arthur Nead
anead@tulane.edu

“We were told we would all get married, drop out and not be worth the effort that was expended on our education,” says Dr. Elizabeth C. Jones, one of the six women who graduated with the 1952 class of Tulane University School of Medicine. Jones’ lifelong career as a pediatrician tells a different story, one of dedication and professionalism. More...

 

 

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