Theophilus Haecker papers, 1873, 1890-1936.


Haecker, T. L. (Theophilus Levi), 1846-1938. Theophilus Haecker papers, 1873, 1890-1936.

Theophilus Haecker papers, 1873, 1890-1936.

Correspondence dealing mainly with Haecker's work as head of the division of animal husbandry in the College of Agriculture, University of Minnesota. There are letters from Coates P. Bull, Frank A. Day, William A. Henry, William D. Hoard, Cyrus Northrop, and Albert F. Woods; clippings with biographical information and accounts of Haecker's work; copies of speeches and articles on cattle feeding and on agricultural cooperation; data on cooperative creameries in Minnesota; notebooks kept by Haecker when he edited a newspaper at Ackley, Iowa (1873); and notebooks kept on experiments at the College of Agriculture.

0.7 cu. ft. (2 boxes, incl. 6 v.; 3 oversize items).

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Day, Frank A. (Frank Arah), 1855-1928. (person)

Haecker, T. L. (Theophilus Levi), 1846-1938. (person)

T.L. Haecker began as an executive clerk to the governor of Wisconsin (1874-91). He came to the University of Minnesota in 1891 as an instructor in dairying. In 1903 he became Professor of Dairy Husbandry, and in 1907, added the title of Professor of Animal Nutrition. He retired in 1918. From the description of T. L. Haecker papers, 1914-1934. <bulk 1920-1927> (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63291943 ...

Bull, Coates Preston, 1872-1967. (person)

Owen, Sidney Mark, 1838-1910. (person)

Hoard, W. D. (William Dempster), 1836-1918 (person)

Woods, Albert Fred, 1866-1948 (person)

Henry, W. A. (William Arnon), 1850-1932 (person)

University of Minnesota. Dept. of Agriculture. (corporateBody)

Northrop, Cyrus, 1834-1922 (person)

Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature at Yale. President of the University of Minnesota 1884-1911. From the description of Cyrus Northrop letter to E. C. Stedman [manuscript], 1875 December 29. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 176633269 College president, educator, and public official from Connecticut. From the description of Letter of Cyrus Northrop, 1862. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79454743 Cyrus Northrop was the second presiden...