The last, and third, year she taught Louise was Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages. The next year she was to teach German as she had at the University of Denver nine years previously. Her schedule was listed in the proposed catalogue, but she had built her home, bought lots, built several houses and would soon build the Santa Catalina apartments.
Income from rentals and from money loaned for mortages was used to give financial help to some of the young women students. She had come to know the women students and learned of some of their problems when she was in charge of North Hall. There were few sources of money for scholarship help of young women at that time and she was intense in her belief a woman should have a chance for a good education. She decided to devote her entire life to her real estate ventures and use the profit for charitable purposes. Besides owning and managing property she made loans on buildings and also many personal loans. There was considerable bookkeeping involved in her business ventures.
She needed help with the maintenance of the rental property. Tom Marshall had been in her beginning Spanish class in the fall of 1901 as a freshman student. She had noticed Tom was entirely self-supporting and earned money doing chores for the university; she decided to employ him to do the work involved with the upkeep of rental property. Professor Foucar had become a full-time business woman, this represented a change in her life.
There would be another change in her life. On Wednesday August 24, 1904 she and Thomas Keith Marshall were married by Henry Easter the Rector of St. Clement's Episcopal Church in El Paso. One witness signed the marriage service book. Later her mother sent out wedding announcements.