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U.S. Department of Labor Chemist to Discuss Industrial Poisons


Distinguished as the only woman to have held a faculty teaching appointment at Harvard University, Dr. Alice Hamilton will speak this evening before the last meeting of the year of the Boylston Chemical Club. She will introduce a discussion on Industrial Poisons in Mallinckrodt MB-9 at 8 o'clock.

While other women have had appointments as instructors and research assistants, Dr. Hamilton twice held a three year appointment as an assistant professor in the School of Public Health. She resigned September 1, 1935 and now holds the position of consulting chemist for the U. S. Department of Labor.

A movie on glass will also be shown at the meeting, which is open to anyone interested in chemistry.

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