Florida State University Libraries Accession Books, 1909-1969, 1923-1951

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Florida State University Libraries Accession Books, 1909-1969, 1923-1951

Florida State University Libraries Accession Books, 1909-1969, 1923-1951

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Florida State College for Women. Library.

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Dodd, William George, 1874-1963.

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William George Dodd was born in Waynesville, Ohio in 1874. He received his M.A. and Ph. D from Harvard University. He moved to Tallahassee, Florida in 1910 to teach English literature at the Florida State College for Women. He served as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences of the Florida State College for Women from 1913 to 1944. From the description of Tallahassee genealogical notebook, ca. 1930. (Florida State Archive). WorldCat record id: 32413138 ...

Murphree, Albert Alexander, 1870-1927

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College President. Dr. Albert Alexander Murphree was the president of the Seminary West of the Suwannee when it became Florida State College in 1901. He continued after the school became Florida Female College in 1905. The name was unpopular, and was changed to Florida State College for Women in 1909. Dr. Murphree left the college that same year to go to the University of Florida. From the description of Letterpress books, 1902-1908. (Florida State University...

Apthorp, Mary W.

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Richardson, Louise, 1889-1963.

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Librarian. Louise Richardson was born in South Carolina on November 22, 1889. She received her AB degree from Limestone College in 1909, a Graduate certificate from the Pratt Institute Library School in 1913, and an MA in Library Studies in 1927 from the University of South Carolina. She initiated the first classes offered in library science studies at the Florida State College for Women in 1926. As Director of the FSCW Library, Richardson taught the course t...

Strozier, Robert Manning, 1906-1960

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Robert Manning Strozier was born July 20, 1906, in McRae, Georgia. He received his Bachelor's and Mater's degrees from Emory University. In 1930, he began teaching French at the Georgia College for Men at Tifton, and later served on the faculties of West Georgia College and the University of Georgia. He received his Ph. D. from University of Chicago in 1945. While in Chicago, he met and married Margaret Burnett in 1937. Strozier became president of Florida State Universi...

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During the early years when Florida State University was the Florida Female College (1905-1909), former Dean of Arts and Sciences Dr. William G. Dodd, in his unpublished manuscript, "Florida State College for Women: Notes on the Formative Years," noted that the early library was located in one of the classrooms in the main building whose floor space was "completely taken up by two tables and a dozen or so chairs." In 1907, Florida Female College President Albert Murphree made a requ...

Florida state university. Library

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