Women college teachers -- Colorado -- Boulder
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Abstract A collection of papers, correspondence, and memorabilia of Mary Rippon (1850-1935). Mary Rippon was invited by President Joseph A. Sewall to become the first female professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1877. During her 57 year career at the University, Rippon taught French and German, and served as the informal “Dean of Women” in University matters relating to women. A major presence in Boulder’s literary community, she raised funds for the University’s library and the...
Dates: 1877 - 1936