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Professor R.B. Anderson, his Family and Visitors



Professor R.B. Anderson, his Family and Visitors
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Title: Professor R.B. Anderson, his Family and Visitors
Description: "Professor R. B. Anderson, his Family & Visitors." Seated outdoors left to right around a table are Mrs. R.B. Anderson, H. Herlofson, Professor Rasmus B. Anderson and Mrs. Ole Bull (Sara J. Thorp). The children include Olea Bull, Carlotta Anderson and George K. Anderson. Professor Anderson was a professor of Norwegian at the University of Wisconsin and founder of the Scandinavian Studies department. He introduced his friend, famed Norwegian violinist, Ole Bull, to the much younger Sara Thorp. They were wed in 1870.

Image ID: 27569
Creation
Date:
1877 ca.
Creator
Name:
Dahl, Andreas Larsen, 1844-1923
City, State: Madison, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Dahl, Andreas Larsen3
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Plants
Trees
Architecture, Domestic
Furniture
Porches
Yards
Teachers
Books
Children
Men
Outdoor photography
Scandinavians
Women
Dresses
Clothing and dress
Outdoor furniture
Moustache
 

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