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Minute book of the sub-committee on Domestic Science, 1893-1895
Henry Lomb, President of the Board, and one of the founders of the Institute, had considered offering coursework to women from the founding of the school in 1885. In 1892, five women were appointed to a committee, headed by Mrs. Betsy Andrews, to consider the feasibility of adding cooking instruction to RAMI's offerings.