mary-kenneth-keller1.jpg A young woman named Anne Davis wears a punch tape dress at her “retirement party” as she leaves her job to get marriedThumbnailsMary Kenneth KellerA young woman named Anne Davis wears a punch tape dress at her “retirement party” as she leaves her job to get marriedThumbnailsMary Kenneth KellerA young woman named Anne Davis wears a punch tape dress at her “retirement party” as she leaves her job to get marriedThumbnailsMary Kenneth KellerA young woman named Anne Davis wears a punch tape dress at her “retirement party” as she leaves her job to get marriedThumbnailsMary Kenneth Keller
Mary Kenneth Keller, B.V.M. (1913 – 1985) was an American Roman Catholic religious sister, educator and pioneer in computer science. She was the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in computer science in the United States.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Kenneth_Keller
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