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Who is Ada Comstock?
Ada Comstock was an American women's education pioneer. She served as the first dean of women at the University of Minnesota and later as the first full-time president of Radcliffe College.
- born on (139 years ago) in Moorhead
- Marriage with Wallace Notestein between and (26 years)
- died on (42 years ago) in New Haven of heart failure
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by Newton Bateman
Norton; Secretary, Miss Ada Comstock; Treasurer, Mrs. James R. Howe . FORTNIGHTLY CLUB-Organized January 23, 1892, with twelve members. Present melnbership, sixteen. Purpose, Intellectual improvement and cultivation of ...
by Helen Taylor Greene, Shaun L. Gabbidon
Academics included Ada Comstock, the president of Radcliffe College; Roscoe Pound, Dean of Harvard Law School; and Newman Baker, a Northwestern political science professor and former secretary of defense under President Woodrow ...
by Kenneth J. Peak
Baker, former secretary of war under President Woodrow Wilson; Ada Comstock, president of Radcliffe College; ...
by Mary Elizabeth Devine, Carol Summerfield
the rapid growth of the Ada Comstock Scholars Program, through which women beyond the ...
by Elwin Bird Johnson
Professor Ada Comstock was elected dean at the May, 1907, meeting of the board of regents. DEBATE — Debate has always been a prominent feature of the work of the literary societies of the University. In the very beginning, when there ...
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