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Ethel Bird

Class of 1905

An early worker in the field of social service; experienced secretary of the Young Women’s Christian Association; long a member of its National Board; devoted to research into the problems of immigration and of foreign-born Americans; organizer of cosmopolitan and industrial clubs in many city associations; promoter of co-operative charities and societies; concerned in international understanding; wise counselor to strangers seeking for adjustment to American ways; inciter of Americans to deeper appreciation of what those of foreign origin may contribute to our total community life; Your career has brought you national recognition, and reflects honor on your Alma Mater.

This be the evidence of admiration and high regard from your fellow Alumni and from Beloit College.