WOMEN OF DISTINCTION:
REMARKABLE IN WORKS AND INVINCIBLE IN CHARACTER.
L. A. SCRUGGS, A. M., Nl. D.,
Former Resident Physician at Leonard Medical Hospital, former Professor of PhysiologN' and Resident Physician at Shaw University, present Visiting Physician and Lecturer on Ph3-siolog-y and Hygiene at St. Augu.stine Normal and Collegiate Institute. Introduction by Mrs. Josephine Turpin Washington.
SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS BY
T. Thomas Fortuxe, William Still, J. Hr(io Johnston, E. E. Smitfi, IMiss Ida B. Wells, Miss Mary Y. Cook, Mrs. Rosetta E. La:vson, Miss L. C. Fleming, Mrs. Sarah J. AV. Early, Mrs. J. Silone-Yates, Miss Lena Jackson. Mrs. E. C. Pegues, G. W. Hayes, W. B. Holland.
"God that made the world, and all things therein, * * * * hath made of one blood all nations of men for to diuell on all the face of the earth.—Acts xvii; (part of) 24-26.
Coptrighted July 23, 1S92, by L. A. Scruggs.
RALEIGH, N. C:
L. A. ScRUGCis, Pcblisher, 21 East Worth Street.