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Hagen, Charles William, 1918-1996.
Charles W. Hagen was an Indiana University alumnus, administrator and professor of botany. The collection of his papers is organized into four series including correspondence, reports and subject files. Prominent in the subject files series are Hagen's faculty annual reports spanning 1946-1964. Frequent correspondents in the collection include former students John R. Allan and Ralph E. Alton.
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Rothrock, David Andrew, 1864-1949.
David Andrew Rothrock was a professor of mathematics at Indiana University from 1892 to 1937 and Director of Admissions from 1937-1938. The collection consists of manuscripts of published materials, teaching materials, notebooks kept while he was a student at the University of Chicago and Leipzig University, and one piece of correspondence The teaching materials include mathematical computations and exercises, writings about theories, notes from specific classes he taught, and student papers from a seminar.
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4. Edward Grant papers, 1950-2001 24.6 cubic feet

Grant, Edward, 1926-
Edward Grant, a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History and History and Philosophy of Science taught at Indiana University for over thirty years. This collection consists of 24.6 cubic of Edward Grant's papers. Consists of correspondence, research, drafts, publications, and course and lecture notes. By far the largest series in the collection is the Teaching series and includes materials from Grant's years teaching as a graduate student at the Univ. of Wisconsin and then later at Indiana. The bulk of the series, though, consists of folders relating to the courses he taught in the IU Dept. of History and Philosophy of Science. The Publications series contains information on many of Grant's publications, including his books Much ado about nothing and Source book in medieval science.
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Putnam, Frank W.
Frank Putnam was an Indiana University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Before his retirement he served as director of the Division of Biological Sciences from 1965-1969. The collection contains five series including, Haurowitz Symposium, Haurowitz memorial records, Professional memberships, Subject files, and Awards.
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Smith, Henry Lester, 1876-1963 1876.
Henry Lester Smith was a long-time professor and administrator at the Indiana University School of Education. In addition to teaching and other administrative positions, Smith served as the dean of the School of Education from 1916 until his retirement in 1946. Throughout his life and career, Smith served in a variety of other roles including as Superintendent of Schools in the Canal Zone, as an active member of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, as chair of the local Red Cross chapter, as an active member of the National Education Association, and as Secretary-General of the World Federation of Education Associations. This collection consists largely of correspondence relative to his national and international educational work, materials developed in connection with his teaching, and research materials and writings in his main interest areas of international education, school administration, and character education.
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Kohlmeier family
Albert L. Kohlmeier was an Indiana University alumnus and professor. Collection is comprised of the papers of Prof. Kohlmeier and family and consists of correspondence, publications, lectures, Lucie Kohlmeier's travel diary from a European trip taken in 1926, and genealogical information about the Kohlmeier family.
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Stallknecht, Newton Phelps, 1906-
Newton P. Stallknecht was a professor of Philosophy, Comparative Literature, and Criticism as well as Director of the School of Letters. Collection includes his personal correspondence, files on comparative literature, information concerning the organizations and societies to which he belonged, materials from his time at Princeton and later activities as an alumnus, as well as information on his publications.