Ole Anton Qvam

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Ole Anton Qvam.

Ole Anton Qvam (5 August 1834 – 8 July 1904) was a Norwegian lawyer and Liberal politician, who was the Norwegian Minister of Justice 1891-1893, 1898–1899 and 1900–1902, Minister of the Interior 1899-1900, as well as head of the Ministry of Auditing, Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Justice in 1900, and Norwegian prime minister in Stockholm 1902-1903.[1]

He was married to feminist pioneer Fredrikke Marie Qvam, who was President of the Norwegian Association for Women's Rights and founded the Norwegian Women's Public Health Association.


  1. ^ Ole Qvam (in Norwegian) Regjeringen.no, retrieved 16 May 2013
Civic offices
Preceded by
Lars Otto Roll Grundt
County Governor of Nordre Trondhjem
Succeeded by
Halvor Bachke Guldahl

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