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|Birth||May 10, 1900|
B.A., Newnham College; Pickering Fellow, Harvard|
Elected to membership in the American Astronomical|
|1925||Ph.D., Radcliffe College|
|1931||Became U.S. citizen|
|1934||First recipient of the Annie J. Cannon Prize, American Astronomical Society; married Sergei I. Gaposchkin|
|1938||Named Phillips Astronomer at Harvard Observatory|
|1939||Started the Harvard Observatory Philharmonic Orchestra|