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[[image: black and white photograph of college buildings. Over the doorway are the words STOWE TEACHERS COLLEGE. Picture extends over onto the right hand page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] STOWE'S PRINCIPAL Dr. Ruth M. Harris Dr. Ruth Miriam Harris has served as principal of Stowe since 1940, and has filled other positions in the school since 1924. She was chairman of the faculty committee which directed the college from 1934 until she was named principal. A community-minded citizen, Dr. Harris is often called to address civic and educational groups, to serve on panels and on advisory committees. She is a member of the Mayor's Committee and the Nationary Committee on Negro Education. She is a member of Phi Lambda Theta and Kappa Delta Sororities. [[image: Black and white photographic portrait of Dr. Harris]]
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