Records of the Rutgers University Librarian (George A. Osborn) 1880-1955
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Richard Harris Barham was an English novelist, literary and drama critic, lecturer, and short-story writer. He wrote under the pseudonym Thomas Ingoldsby. From the guide to the Richard Harris Barham collection of papers, 1798?]-1930, 1827?-1845, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) ...
Reverend George B. Kinkead of New York, compiler, one of the many descendants of John Crooke, merchant of New York City and his wife Geertruyd de Haes who were married on July 27, 1679 and had ten children. From the description of Crooke family genealogical research files, 1935-1959. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 489097189 Attorney. George Kinkead was the son of William Bury Kinkead, also a Lexington attorney. George graduated from P...
Son of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. From the description of Letter to F.A. Duneka, 1914 February 3. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 50201401 ...
The Rutgers library was originally established as a collection of theology books for what was mainly a theological institution. By 1827, the library, modest when compared to the libraries of the Peithossophian and Philoclean literary societies, filled a small room in the old Queen's Building. Irving S. Upson, Osborn's predecessor as Rutgers Librarian, became the first nonfaculty librarian in 1884. In 1890, the library held 26,000 volumes, and by 1903, when it moved into a new buildi...
Emily Ford Skeel (1867-1958) was a bibliographer, editor and philanthropist. Her parents were Gordon Lester Ford (1823-1891), a railroad and real-estate magnate and collector of Americana, and Emily Fowler Ford (1826-1893), a poet. Like her older brothers Worthington Chauncey Ford (1858-1941) and Paul Leicester Ford (1865-1902), Skeel did historical research and compiled bibliographies on Parson Weems and Noah Webster. She and her husband, Roswell Skeel, Jr. (1866-1922), contributed time and mon...
Rutgers College President Austin Scott, Ph.D., LL.D., born Frank Austin Scott on August 10, 1848, in Toledo, Ohio, was educated at Yale University (A.B., 1869) and the University of Michigan (A.M., 1870), after which he went to Germany for graduate training. He studied history at Freidrich Wilhelm University (University of Berlin) and the University of Leipzig, from which he received his Ph.D. in 1873. Scott's professors of ancient history included Theodor Mommsen and Johann Gustav ...
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Founder and first dean, New Jersey College for Women, later Douglass College, Rutgers University. From the description of Papers, 1877-1963. (Rutgers University). WorldCat record id: 28416436 ...
Edward Luther Stevenson was born in Rozetta, Illinois in 1858. He received A.B. and A.M. degrees from Franklin College (1881, 1884) and was an educator in the public schools of Indiana and Illinois from 1881 to 1887. He studied history and political economy at Johns Hopkins University from 1887 to 1888 and received a Ph.D. from the University of Heidelberg in 1890. From 1891 until 1911 Stevenson taught history at Rutgers University and from 1910 on he served the Hispanic Society of America. Stev...
American playwright, novelist. Wilde was best known for his many one-act plays. Born in New York City, he attended Horace Mann High School and Columbia University from which he was graduated in 1906. Most of his career was devoted to writing plays, novels (detective stories) and scenarios for the motion pictures. Mr. Wilde was a member of the Authors Club, The Players, The American Dramatists, and a member of the advisory board of the Mystery Writers of America. Among hi...
Manuscript curator, historian, bibliographer. From the description of Bibliographical papers, 1903-1944. (New York State Historical Documents). WorldCat record id: 155477427 Archivist and librarian. From the description of Paltsits Ulster County collection, 1643-1829. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58779526 From the description of Victor H. Paltsits manuscript collection, ca. 1903 - ca. 1928. (New York University, Group Batch...
William Elliot Griffis was an American orientalist, congregational minister, lecturer, and prolific author. From the description of William Elliot Griffis collection, -1903. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 298180709 Pastor of the First Congregational Church (Ithaca, N.Y.). From the description of William Elliot Griffis papers, 1897-1908. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63938002 Clergyman, author, educator and l...
American lexicographer, textbook author, spelling reformer, word enthusiast, and editor; b. in Hartford, Conn.; attended Yale and taught school in the Hartford area; moved to New Haven, Conn., in 1798. From the description of Noah Webster papers, 1786-1980. (New Haven Colony Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 319706045 Noah Webster (1758-1843) was an American lexicographer, author and editor. He is best known for his spellers (early spelling textbooks) and his ...
Important German biologist, naturalist, philosopher, physician, professor and artist who discovered and named thousands of new species and is credited with coining the word ecology. From the description of Ernst Haeckel manuscripts and publications, 1876-1888. (State Historical Society of Iowa, Library). WorldCat record id: 608105579 Ernst Haeckel was a German zoologist. In 1862 he became a professor of comparative anatomy and director of the Zoological Institute of the Univ...