From 1910 to 1913Harold S. Bucklin taught school in Ironwood, Michigan, after which he was resident and playground director at the Henry Street Settlement in New York while he was a graduate student at the New York School of Social Work, where he received a master of arts degree in 1915.Bucklin, Harold S.
In 1910 the Cammarian Club announced that it would no longer be self-perpetuating, and that members would each year be elected by students in the three upper classes from nominations by the previous club.Cammarian Club
In 1910 Chace and his wife (the aforementioned schoolgirl artist Lite) visited Egypt and were much impressed with Egyptian civilization.Chace, Arnold Buffum
Robert F. Chambers received a bachelor of philosophy degree in 1909, a master of science in 1910, and a master of arts and Ph.D. in 1912, all from Brown, specializing in the study of organic chemistry under Professor John E. Bucher.Chambers, Robert F.
From 1910 to 1931 he was organist and director.Chapel
In 1910, when more students were taking chemistry, which was voluntary, than any other course except required English and mathematics, a laboratory for beginners was opened to relieve laboratory space needed for advanced students.Chemistry
The Crucible was a club formed in 1910 at the Women’s College to discuss "serious problems of interest to college women."Crucible
Curt J. Ducasse received his bachelor and master of arts degrees from the University of Washington in 1908 and 1909, taught there for one year, then went to Harvard as a University Scholar in 1910 and received his Ph.D. degree in 1912.Ducasse, Curt J.
Additions to the department in the early part of the twentieth century were Arthur H. Blanchard, who taught civil engineering from 1899 to 1910, Ansel Brooks, who taught mechanical drawing from 1903 to 1920, and Leighton T. Bohl, who taught civil engineering from 1913 to 1955.Engineering
An historic moment in Brown football was the first victory over Yale in 1910, 21-0.Football
The coaches and their records (assuming that the early coaches were there for the whole season, which may or may not have been so) were: Mr. Howland (4-5-1) in 1892; William Odlin (6-3-0) in 1893; Mr. Norton (10-5-0) in 1894; Wallace Moyle (18-15-2) from 1895 to 1897; Edward North Robinson (140-82-12) in his three times as coach from 1898 to 1901, from 1904 to 1907, and from 1910 to 1925; John A. Gammons (17-10-2) in 1902, 1908, and 1909; David Fultz (5-4-1) in 1903; DeOrmond "Tuss" McLaughry (76-58-5) from 1926 to 1940; J. Neil "Skip" Stahley (14-11-0) from 1941 to 1943; Charles A.Football
Edward North Robinson was coach three separate times, during the seasons of 1898 to 1901, 1904 to 1907, and 1910 to 1925, a total of 23 years.Football
Wilson taught political and social science at Brown from 1891 to 1910, when he became professor of international law at Harvard.Graduate School
Mayo D. Hersey graduated from Colorado College with a bachelor of arts degree in 1907, and earned a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from M.I.T. and a master of arts degree in physics and mathematics from Olivet College, both in 1910.Hersey, Mayo D.
In 1910 the degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred upon Johann Heinrich von Bernstorff, the German ambassador to the United States, "representing the great people to whom we owe in large measure our science, our music, our philosophy, who by chivalrous courtesy and skillful administration is hastening the time of the parliament of man, the federation of the world."Honorary degrees
At the dedication of the library on November 11, 1910, eight hundred graduates and guests moved in procession to Sayles Hall to hear the principal addresses, by James B. Angell 1849 on "Mr. Hay as an Undergraduate," and Elihu Root, Senator from New York, on "Mr. Hay as a Diplomat."John Hay Library
Another activity of the junior class was the "Junior Cruise," on Narragansett Bay, a rowdy affair which prompted Donald Jackson ’09 to compose a song: Junior Week, which in the beginning started on Monday, began on Wednesday from 1905 until 1910, then on Thursday until 1928, and after that on Friday, as all the activities moved to the weekend.Junior Week
In 1910 Dr. Lacey-Baker, organist at Grace Church in Providence volunteered to coach the Glee Club in return for volunteers from the Club to sing with the church’s choir.Musical Clubs
James Quayle Dealey, who began teaching at Brown in 1895, was head of the Department of Political and Social Science from 1910 to 1928.Political Science
By 1910 there were eighteen active Bible study classes with 185 members, a mission study group of 75 students, and a social service committee which secured volunteers for work in Providence.Religious Societies
When the John HayLibrary was opened in 1910, the intention of the Library Committee was to connect the two buildings and to house the departmental libraries in the former library.Robinson Hall
The University owns a silver reproduction of the first seal made from an impression of the original in the Rhode Island Historical Society, which was presented to the Corporation in 1910 by the Rhode Island Chapter of the Society of Colonial Dames.Seal
He advanced to assistant professor in 1901, associate professor in 1910, and professor in 1925.Thomas Crosby
The 1910 "Liber Brunensis" called to mind "the same old story that has been told for years about Brown track athletics, – a story which has for its chief and never-ending theme, ‘Lack of money.’" In the spring of 1911 the Athletic Board voted to secure a regular coach.Track
In 1910-11, when nine courses of ten lectures each were given, registration which had been 250 the year before increased to 567.University Extension
George G. Wilson resigned from Brown in 1910 to become professor of international law at Harvard, For several years he had been teaching international law at Harvard, and after his resignation he continued to teach a course in international law at Brown and to be curator of the Wheaton Collection of International Law.Wilson, George G.