The Life of Dr. Anandabai Joshee
Published in 1888, The Life of Dr. Anandabai Joshee by Mrs. Caroline Healy Dall is a lengthy biography about Joshee, the first Indian woman to earn a medical degree in the U.S. Joshee was the cousin of Pandita Ramabai, who herself traveled to the U.S. in the 1886 and published the Marathi travelogue United Stateschi Lokastithi any Pravasvrutta (1889).
Image of Anandabai Joshee, known as the first Hindu woman to receive a Degree of Doctor of Medicine in any country, from Pandita Rambai's The High-Caste Hindu Woman (1888).
Letter from Bill Clinton regarding achievements of Fazlur Khan
Letter dated June 15, 1998 from President Bill Clinton honoring the achievements of Fazlur Khan. Clinton writes, "Drawing on the richness of his Bengali background and the vigor and energy of American culture, Fazlur Khan pushed the boundaries of modern architecture and dramatically changed the physical landscape of the great city of Chicago."
Letter from Governor Jim Edgar recognizing Fazlur Khan
Letter dated June 16, 1998 from Governor Jim Edgar recognizing Fazlur Khan for his contributions to the city of Chicago. Fazlur Khan, an architect and engineer, designed the Sears Tower. In the letter, Edgar writes, "The innovate technologies that Mr.