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Sister Ann Ida Gannon
Sister Ann Ida served as at the head of the Philosophy department at Mundelein College from 1951-1957. Then went on to serve as President of Mundelein College for 18 years up until 1975. After that she stayed at Mundelein as a professor of philosophy.
At the North Park College commencement address, Sister Ann Ida speaks about values during times of change.
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Sister Ann Ida Gannon, North Park College Commencement Address, 27 May 1992, Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Il
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