You see before you Anna E. Schoen-René's resume from the University of Minneapolis c. 1906. Schoen-René went on to teach in Berlin as the García's representative, until returning to America and teaching at the Juilliard School in New York, where her students included Risé Stevens and Margaret Harshaw. While Schoen-René emphasized her connection the the Garcías—her first teacher Schultzen von Asten having been a student of Viardot-García—she also studied with the great Milanese maestro Francesco Lamperti, whom she noted as being an "exponent" of Manuel García! Impertinence or fact? It certainly makes one think.
Resume for Anna E. Schoen-René c. 1906, University of Minneapolis