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Gulick, Alice Gordon (1847–1903)

American missionary. Name variations: Alice Winfield Gordon Gulick. Born Aug 8, 1847, in Boston, Massachusetts; died Sept 14, 1903, in London, England; dau. of James Monroe Gordon (cashier) and Mary Elizabeth (Clarkson) Gordon; sister of Anna Adams Gordon (temperance reformer); m. Alvah Baylies Kittredge (tutor), Oct 3, 1870 (died Oct 4, 1870); the Rev. William Hooker Gulick, Dec 12, 1871; children: (2nd m.) 3 daughters, 4 sons.

Moved to Spain with 2nd husband to be missionaries (1871); opened small boarding school for young women, the Colegio Norte Americano (1877); encouraged by school's success, established nondenominational higher-education institution for girls, International Institute for Girls in Spain (1892).

See also Elizabeth Putnam Gordon, Alice Gordon Gulick, Her Life and Work in Spain (1917).

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