Quotation by Harriot K. Hunt

The class at Harvard in 1851, have purchased for themselves a notoriety they will not covet in years to come.
Harriot K. Hunt (1805–1875), U.S. physician and feminist. Glances and Glimpses, ch. 18 (1856).

Commenting on the Harvard students' publication of "resolutions" opposing the Medical Faculty's decision to allow her to attend lectures.
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