Papers, 1933-1959.

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Papers, 1933-1959.

The collection consists of manuscripts for several works, some unpublished, on geographic studies of Florida and Eastern Europe. Of special interest is his correspondence related to his termination. Also included in the collection is correspondence, 1933-1946, with Wallace W. Atwood, President of Clark University. Atwood's son, Rollin Salisbury Atwood, was a member of the Dept. of Geography at Florida.

.4 linear ft. (1 box)

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Atwood, Wallace Walter, 1872-1949

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Geologist (glaciation, ancient glaciers among the Rocky Mountains). B. S., Chicago, 1897, Ph. D. (geology), 1903; (hon.) D. Sc. Worcester Polytech, 1943; LL.D., Clark, 1946. Major affiliations: Instructor physiography, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 1897-1899; geology, Chicago Institute, 1899-1900, director, 1900; assistant physiogeography, Chicago, 1901-1902, associate, 1902-1903, instructor geology, 1903-1908, assistant professor of physiology and general geology, 1908-1910, associate professor, 19...

Florida. Legislature. Legislative Investigation Committee

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University of Florida. Dept. of Geography

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Diettrich, Sigismond de Rudesheim, 1906-1987.

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Sigismond deRudesheim Diettrich (1906-1987) was head of the Dept. of Geography from 1945 to 1959. Diettrich, a native of Hungary, received his B.A. and M.A. from the University of Budapest and his Ph.D. from Clark University. He joined the University of Florida's faculty in 1931 as an Instructor of Economic Geography in the College of Commerce and Journalism. He served as a special consultant to the O.S.S. and as an assistant to the chief of the Division of Geography and Cartography of the Depar...