Victor Lowe papers, 1929-1988.

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Lowe, Victor, 1907-1988. Victor Lowe papers, 1929-1988.

Victor Lowe papers, 1929-1988.

Collection consists of research files (1925-1988) of author and philosopher, Victor Lowe.

12.9 linear ft. (8 record center boxes, 5 document boxes)

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Biographical Note: Victor Lowe was professor of Philosophy, The Johns Hopkins University and the biographer of mathematician and philosopher, Alfred North Whitehead. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1907 and trained as an engineer at Case University. He left science for graduate studies in the Dept. of Philosophy at Harvard where Whitehead was a faculty member. He received his Ph. D. in 1935. Lowe came to Hopkins in 1947, retiring as professor emeritus in 1973. Victor L...