Zachariah Allen ( 1795-1882), scientist and inventor, was born in Providence on September 15, 1795. Allen, Zachariah Throughout his life
Zachariah Allen had a continuing interest in the University, serving as a trustee from 1826 to 1882. Allen, Zachariah
Zachariah Allen died in Providence on March 17, 1882. Allen, Zachariah
Elisha Benjamin Andrews became a professor of homiletics and pastoral theology at Newton, where he remained until 1882. Andrews, Elisha Benjamin While still at Newton in 1882, he also taught a philosophy course at Colby College taking the place of the president, who was ill. Andrews was appointed professor of history and political economy at Brown in 1882, but was allowed a year to study in Germany, while others continued the courses formerly taught by Professor J. Lewis Diman, who had died in
1881. Andrews, Elisha Benjamin He prepared for college at the
University Grammar School and graduated from Brown in 1882. Asa Clinton Crowell Sau-Ahbrah left Brown after his junior year, graduated from Newton Theological Institution in
1879, and received an M.D. degree from Jefferson Medical College in 1882. Asians A committee appointed by a meeting of the class secretaries, the members of which were
Winslow Upton 1875, Robert P. Brown 1871, and Walter B. Jacobs 1882, had recommended the establishment of an alumni publication. BAM Brown Alumni Monthly In 1882 Parsons resigned because of his health, and
Charles V. Chapin was appointed in his place. Biology In 1882 a laboratory was set up in the basement of
Rhode Island Hall, a place which turned out to be cold and damp and was replaced three years later by a large and well lighted room upstairs in Rhode Island Hall adjacent to the museum. Biology Meanwhile
Charles V. Chapin was instructor in physiology at Brown from 1882 to 1886 and professor from 1886 to 1895, city registrar of Providence from 1889 to 1932, lecturer at Harvard Medical School in 1909, at Harvard-M.I.T. School for health officers from 1913 to 1922, and at Harvard School of Hygiene from 1923 to 1931. Chapin, Charles V.
Charles V. Chapin began his teaching of the course in physiology at Brown in 1882 with a class of juniors. Chapin, Charles V. In 1882, a reception with dancing was held in the new
Sayles Hall, and by 1886 the senior reception had become a dance. Class Day The house was built by George H. Corliss during the years
1875 to 1882. Corliss-Brackett House
Edmund B. Delabarre prepared for college at Mowry and Goff’s School in Providence and entered Brown in 1882. Delabarre, Edmund B. Until 1882 a room in
University Hall was used for drawing. Engineering
Sam Walter Foss graduated from Brown in 1882, and was considered one of Brown’s illustrious graduates (his name is on the mace), although his name is not often recognized today. Foss, Sam Walter At Brown
Sam Walter Foss was chosen class poet in 1882. Foss, Sam Walter He had three sons, Frank Bartlett Greene
1872, the son of his first wife, and John Stimson Greene 1882 and Samuel Stuart Greene 1883, the sons of his second. Greene, Samuel Stillman For the next two years William C. Russell was acting professor of history and political economy, until
Elisha Benjamin Andrews was appointed to the professorship in 1882. History
Alexander Lyman Holley ( 1832-1882), engineer and inventor, was born in Lakeville, Connecticut, on July 20, 1832. Holley, Alexander Lyman
Alexander Lyman Holley died on January 20, 1882 in Brooklyn. Holley, Alexander Lyman After graduation from Brown in 1882,
Walter B. Jacobs studied for a year at Union Theological School. Jacobs, Walter B. After graduation in
1879, unable to finance graduate study in Germany as he had hoped, he taught Latin and history in the high school in Worcester, Massachusetts, and then went on to the newly founded Johns Hopkins University to study with Herbert B. Adams and to earn the first doctorate in history from that institution in 1882. Jameson, John Franklin An updated new catalogue with the same subdivisions was issued by his widow between
1875 and 1882. John Carter Brown Library After the death of John Carter Brown in
1874, the second printed catalogue of his books, which now numbered about 7,000, was printed in the years 1875 to 1882. John Carter Brown Library The last junior exhibition was held in 1882.
Junior and Senior Exhibitions The subject was often brought up in the pages of the "
Brunonian," and "King’s Pocket-book of Providence, R.I." in 1882 went so far as to list among its descriptions of existing buildings of Brown University: Lyman’s bequest with other contributions was sufficient to cover the $66,000 cost of building and equipping the gymnasium, which was completed in November 1891. Lyman Hall Before
William Goddard returned to the house in 1882, he had a large addition, of which Stone and Carpenter were the architects, added at the south end. Maddock Alumni Center In 1882 Jenks offered to contribute two hundred dollars in each of the next five years.
Museum of Natural History Professor
George Ide Chace was president of the Board of Trustees when the hospital’s nursing school was started in 1882. Nursing program Meanwhile,
Alpheus S. Packard was state entomologist of Massachusetts from 1871 to 1873 and a member of the United States Entomological Commission from 1877 to 1882. Packard, Alpheus S. After
Charles W. Parsons retired from his medical practice, he returned as professor of physiology in 1875 and taught until 1882, when he resigned because of his health. Parsons, Charles W. Some of the better known poets are
John Hay 1858, Sam Walter Foss 1882, Winfield T. Scott ’31, and Charles H. Philbrick ’44. Poetry They entered Brown in
1881 and 1882. Poland, William Carey In 1882 a biological laboratory was installed in the basement.
Rhode Island Hall Kendall Kerfoot Smith (1882-
1929), professor of Greek literature and history, was born in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, on September 24, 1882. Smith, Kendall K. Will Samuel Taylor (1882-
1968), professor of art, was born in Ansonia, Connecticut, on November 27, 1882. Taylor, Will S. The remaining treasurers have been Arnold Buffum Chace 1866 from 1882 to 1900; Cornelius S. Sweetland 1866 from 1900 to 1923; Frank W. Matteson 1892 from 1923 to 1933, Edwin Aylsworth Burlingame ’14, acting treasurer from 1933 to 1934; Harold C. Field 1894 from 1934 to 1949; George Burton Hibbert from 1949 to 1950; Gordon L. Parker ’18 from 1950 to 1965; Patrick J. James ’32 from 1965 to 1970; Joseph W. Ress ’26 from 1970 to 1979; Andrew M. Hunt ’51 from 1979 to 1988; and Marie J. Langlois ’64 since 1988. Treasurer