Winifred Saltzman papers, 1932-2006.

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Saltzman, Winifred. Winifred Saltzman papers, 1932-2006.

Winifred Saltzman papers, 1932-2006.

Programs, exams, and memorabilia from the Class of 1934, including a parody Spring Day newspaper, which includes early Dr. Seuss cartoon, and parody poems by Milton Marx. Also, reminiscences by Winifred Saltzman about her student days, with references to Moses Leavitt, to Frederick Marcham, and to Kurt Lewin and Robert Ogden; and material and poems relating to Cornell Adult University classes. Includes letters from Glenn Altschuler, Harry Caplan, Anthony Caputi, Max and Michal Black, Mary Katzenstein, Milton Marx, and Walter LaFeber.

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Caplan, Harry, 1896-1980

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Harry Caplan received his B.A. in 1916, M.A. in 1917, and Ph.D. in 1921 from Cornell. He taught in Cornell's Department of Public Speaking, 1919-1923, and in the Department of Classics, 1924-1980. From the guide to the Harry Caplan papers, 1918-1980., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) Professor of classical languages and literature, Cornell University. Harry Caplan received his B.A. in 1916, M.A. in 1917, and P...

Leavitt, Moses A.

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Black, Max, 1909-1988

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Philosopher, Professor of Philosophy at Cornell University. Max Black received two doctoral degrees from the University of London. He taught at the University of London from 1936 to 1940 and at the University of Illinois from 1940 to 1946. He joined the faculty at Cornell in 1946, becoming the Susan Linn Sage Professor of Philosophy in 1954. In 1965, Black became the first director of Cornell's Society for the Humanities, a position he held until 1971. Since 1971, he was...

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Cornell University

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LaFeber, Walter

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Ogden, Robert Morris, 1877-1959

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Cornell University Class of 1878. From the description of Parody commencement program, 1878. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63937832 ...

Marcham, Frederick George, 1898-1992

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Professor of English history, Cornell University. From the description of Frederick George Marcham papers, 1925-1993. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64075144 From the guide to the Frederick George Marcham papers, 1925-1993., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) ...

Black, Michal.

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Lewin, Kurt, 1890-1947

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Kurt Lewin is commonly recognized as the founder of social psychology. He was born in 1890 in the Village of Moglino in the Prussian province of Posen. Although completing the requirements for a PhD. in 1914, Lewin was not awarded the degree until 1916 from the University of Berlin. In 1932, he attended Stanford University as a visiting professor and in 1933, immigrated to the U.S. In that same year he became a faculty member of Cornell University. In 1935, he became a professor at ...

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