Florence H. Danielson, assistant in biology from 1909 to 1916, was followed by Helen B. Whiting from 1916 to 1919, and Helen F. Ordway from 1919 to 1921.Biology
J. Walter Wilson ’18 began as an assistant in 1919, as did Charles Arthur Stuart ’19 in 1921.Biology
Ralph M. Blake was instructor in philosophy at Princeton from 1915 to 1917, acting professor at Wells College for one year, and was named assistant professor at the University of Washington in 1919.Blake, Ralph M.
York left for West Virginia, and Walter H. Snell ’13, who had been assistant in botany in 1915-16 and instructor in 1919-20, took his place.Botany
By the time he graduated from Brown in 1919, he had already begun his dramatic career, spending a summer with the Albee stock company and six weeks playing the Keith circuit.Brown, Benjamin W.
Margaret B. Stillwell ’09 was the editor of the first "Brun Mael," which contained this little "Prologue," in script within a frame supported by winged cherubs: In the aftermath of the World War there was no "Brun Mael" published in 1919.Brun Mael
Harold S. Bucklin was involved with many of the social institutions in Rhode Island and served as chairman of the Americanization Commission in 1919 and member of the Children’s Law Commission in 1926 and of the Juvenile Court Commission in 1938.Bucklin, Harold S.
After three years with the law firm of Tillinghast and Collins in Providence, Zechariah Ã07 Chafee began his teaching career at Harvard in 1916 as assistant professor of law, and became full professor in 1919, Langdell Professor of Law in 1938, and University Professor in 1950.Chafee, Zechariah Ã07
The 1919 "Liber Brunensis" pictured three varsity cheerleaders, wearing white v-necked sweaters and neckties.Cheering
He was joined in 1919 by Sergeant Briggs, the daytime officer who came to Brown after 27 years with the Providence police.College servants
Harrison E. Farnsworth taught at the University of Pittsburgh in 1918-19, was a teaching assistant and research fellow at the University of Wisconsin from 1919 to 1924 and associate professor at the University of Maine from 1924 until 1926, when he came to Brown as assistant professor of physics.Farnsworth, Harrison E.
Between 1900 and 1919 Brown had seventeen winning seasons with Robinson as coach, relieved by J.Football
The Endowment and Development Fund of 1919 raised about $3,725,000, aided by an issue of "Brown Bear Bonds" ranging from "Baby-Bear Common" at five dollars to "Brown Bear–summa cum laude" at five thousand.Fund-raising
The Women’s College had a Menorah Society in 1919.Jews
In 1916 fifteen students formed a chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi, which was allowed to exist without being recognized as a fraternity and was disbanded in 1919.Jews
The Lida Shaw King Decennial Fund "for the entertainment of guests, and the maintenance of the social and cultural side of college life," established by the Rhode Island Society for the Collegiate Education of Women had become available in 1919-20.King, Lida Shaw
In 1919 the Brown musical clubs took part in an "A.B.C."Musical Clubs
At the dedication, honorary degrees were awarded to sportswriter Red Smith, featured speaker at the exercises, and famous Brown football player Fritz Pollard 1919, who was prevented by illness from attending.Olney-Margolies Athletic Center
M. Elizabeth Bates was instructor in hygiene and physical education from 1913 to 1919, and was followed by Nellie E. Bussell from 1919 to 1922.Physical Education
In those years there were courses in international relations and foreign governments, and other specialties, such as Sea Power (offered only in 1919), Business Law in 1919, American Foreign Policies in 1921, Corporation Law in 1922, and State Government in 1925.Political Science
The Rosenberger Medal is awarded under the Susan Colver Rosenberger Fund, which was established by Jesse L. Rosenberger in 1919 as a memorial to his wife, the daughter of Charles K. Colver 1842.Rosenberger Medal
On November 18, 1919 a small newspaper called "Sepiad Supplement" was issued after gaining the approval of a mass meeting of Student Government Association.Sepiad
After World War I service with the Brown University unit of the United States Ambulance Corps, Stuart returned to graduate in 1919 as a member of the class of 1918.Stuart, Charles A.
In 1919 the team under Coach Myron Finch, defeated Harvard, Harvard Dental School, and the Springfield Y.M.C.A., and lost to M.I.T. Brown won all seven dual meets in 1919-20, and, with two freshman barred by eligibility rules, took fifth place in the New England intercollegiate meet.Swimming
After the war there were regular, but not drastic increases, $200 in 1919, $250 in 1921, $300 in 1922, $350 in 1925, and $400 in 1928.Tuition
The statistics compiled by the War Records Committee and published in May 1919 listed 1,974 alumni, faculty, and students in military service during the war.World War I
By 1919, Henry M. Wriston was a full professor at the age of 30, and still without his Ph.D. During the World War he was an assistant manager of the Connecticut State Council of Defense, and demonstrated administrative talent which led to his appointment in 1919 as executive secretary of the Wesleyan endowment fund campaign.Wriston, Henry M.