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The association lamented the loss of their bible teacher, Mary Irish, and resolved to always remember the sisters’ exemplary personalities.

This portrait of Annie B. Irish was probably done soon after she accepted the position of Professor of German Literature and Language at the University of Wooster.

Students, faculty, and trustees paid for the monument that paid tribute to both sisters’ accomplishments and contributions to the University.

The talk included music and stories about Annie B. Irish’ life and honored her accomplishments as a scholar.

Howard Irish, Annie’s brother, described her life including her studies at Johns Hopkins University. Their father, O.H. Irish, served as Consul General in Saxony, which is where she studied German and French Literature. She eventually worked as a…

The article discusses President Scovel’s address at the university chapel for Mary Irish, who was a student at the University before she became ill. The tight bond between the sisters was remarked upon and Annie B. Irish took care of Mary until her…

Annie B. Irish: This woman served as the University of Wooster’s first female professor, starting in 1882.
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