Fannie R. Gaston was a woman of science. And math. And religion. And art. And suffrage. And temperance. And words. And teaching. She was, well, a lot! Fannie was a complex woman full of contradictions but also proof that none of us are perfectly wrapped packages.
Louisa Clark Trask Mitchel
Cincinnati would come to play one of the most significant roles in American scientific advancement, astronomy being a large part. Louisa Clark Trask Mitchel would pave the way for the first Observatory in the U.S. and would be the first American woman involved in an astronomical discovery with it.