Sanford Hall, University of Minnesota.

Sanford Hall, University of Minnesota.

Sanford Hall, built in 1910 and named for Maria Sanford, was the first women's dormitory at the University of Minnesota, c.1915.

Statue of Maria Sanford by Evelyn Raymond, to be placed in the U.S. Captiol, Washington D.C.

Statue of Maria Sanford by Evelyn Raymond, to be placed in the U.S. Captiol, Washington D.C.

Statue of Maria Sanford by sculptor Evelyn Raymond, placed in the U. S. Capitol, 1958.

Portrait of Maria Louise Sanford from a program from a convocation in honor of her eightieth birthday

Portrait of Maria Louise Sanford from a program from a convocation in honor of her eightieth birthday

Portrait of Maria Louise Sanford from a program from the convocation honoring her eightieth birthday, 1916.

Maria Louise Sanford

Maria Louise Sanford

Maria Louise Sanford, c. 1880.

Professor Maria Louise Sanford, 1918.

Maria Louise Sanford

Professor Maria Louise Sanford in Minneapolis, 1918.

Sanford, Maria (1836–1920)

One of the first female professors in the United States, Maria Sanford was an English professor at the University of Minnesota for nearly thirty years. Her exceptional teaching, notable public lectures, and active community leadership led many to call her "the best loved woman in Minnesota."

Eugenie Moore Anderson

Eugenie Moore Anderson

Eugenie Moore Anderson, c.1966.

Eugenie Anderson leaving Christiansborg Palace with Lord Chamberlain after presenting credentials to King Frederick IX

Eugenie Anderson leaving Christiansborg Palace with Lord Chamberlain after presenting credentials to King Frederick IX

Eugenie Anderson leaving Christiansborg Palace with Lord Chamberlain after presenting credentials to King Frederick IX, 1949.

L to R: Eugene McCarthy, Orville Freeman, Eugenie Anderson

L to R: Eugene McCarthy, Orville Freeman, Eugenie Anderson

L to R: Eugene McCarthy, Orville Freeman, Eugenie Anderson, 1958.

Eugenie Anderson

Eugenie Anderson, 1951.

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