"... chief in her thoughts was
the welfare of the women
of the University ..."
"A graduate of the University in 1912, Mary Chase Freeborn chose as her major the field of Natural Sciences. She was one of the charter members of the Prytanean Alumnae Association, which established Ritter Hall, a cooperative house for women. Mrs. Freeborn aided in founding a women's infirmary, and her sincere interest always was in the welfare of the women of the University. Her appearance was striking, with her golden hair and brown eyes belying an inner strength when she believed a cause was right... a vibrant combination of gracious cooperation and deep inner conviction. In both community and University affairs, her charm and personality were well-known and loved. Despite a full, active life, she was a devoted mother and homemaker with two children, and shared enthusiastically in the life of her husband, Stanley B. Freeborn, who later became chancellor emeritus of the Davis campus."
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