Accession UAA-1969-005 - UAA-1969-005

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UAA-1969-005

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UAA-1969-005

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  • 1914-10-16 - 1916-12-17, 1919-11-14 - 1926-01-28, 1936-11-30 - 1964-01-30 (Creation)
    Creator
    Department of Classics
  • 1914-10-16 - 1916-12-17, 1919-11-14 - 1926-01-28, 1936-11-30 - 1964-01-30 (Creation)
    Creator
    Department of Classics

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179 pages of textual records

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The Department of Classics was formally established in 1926, but the study of Classics at the University actually began in 1908 with Dr. Tory's appointment of William Alexander Hardy as Professor of Classics. Courses in Greek and Roman history, art, archaeology, technology, myth, and religion are offered by the Department. Of particular note is the summer program in practical archaeology held at various sites in Italy. Heads: 1908-1937 William Hardy Alexander; 1937-1964 William George Hardy; 1964-1969 Robert J. Buck. Chairs: 1969-1972 Robert J. Buck; 1972-1975 Margery W. Mackenzie; 1975-1983 Richard Smith; 1983-1988 John R. Wilson; 1988- Duncan Fishwick.

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Scope and content

Original administrative and teaching records of the Department of Classics. Includes original attendance records and department meeting minutes signed by Chair.

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good

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  • English

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open

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accession register; index

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2.4.1969

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Papers removed from original ring binder. Binder kept with records.

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University

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AEU

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RFROGNER 2.21.2008

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