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CAROLE B. SHMURAK
|Birth||March 19, 1885|
|1907||A.B., Radcliffe College|
|1916||M.A., University of California, Berkeley|
|1916-57||Director, Maria Mitchell Observatory in Nantucket, MA|
|1957||Medal for Distinguished Achievement, Radcliffe College|
|1962||Annie J. Cannon Prize in Astronomy|
A dedicated scientist, Margaret Harwood devoted her life to the study of astronomy. She was born in 1885 in Littleton, Massachusetts. Her parents were Emelie Augusta (Green) and Herbert Joseph Harwood. Margaret received a bachelor of arts degree from Radcliffe College in 1907