Woman of the Century/Alice Gordon Gulick
GULICK, Mrs. Alice Gordon, missionary, was born in Boston, Mass., and graduated in Mt. Holyoke Collcge, where she afterwards taught. After becoming the wife of Rev. William Gulick, of the famous missionary Gulick family, she went to Spain, twenty years ago where she has wrought efficiently with her husband, not only in the regular work of the mission, but has been the chief force in establishing a college for young women in San Sebastian, the chief watering place of the kingdom. Mrs. Gulick is now raising funds to erect a first-class college building, to be called the Isabella College, where American ideas will be set forth. She is an unusually fine writer and speaker. She has four children, who are being educated in this country. She is the president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Spain.