Faculty & Personnel

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    "The Mission of Finance and Administration is to provide expert support to the President and to develop, implement, and continuously improve upon the best practices and highest quaility services for students, faculty, and staff that enable and enhance…
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    The UNH Costume Collection was used as a teaching tool in the Home Economics department Letters acknowledging gifts to the UNH Costume Collection.
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    Gilbert Davenport taught costume and set design courses at the University of New Hampshire from 1962 until 1996.
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    UNH English professor, William Hennessy directed the theater productions produced by the Mask and Dagger Honorary Drama Society from 1923 until he retired in 1943. This collection contains the files of the Mask and Dagger productions he directed.
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    For 22 years, Dick Merritt was both instructor in the arts and university photographer at UNH. This is a collection of letters written by Richard Merritt to Drew Sanborn.
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    Rev. James Hill Fitts was born in Candia, NH on March 3, 1825. He died Nov. 22, 1900 Catalog of Native America (sic Indian) relics donated to NHC in 1896.
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    The Botany Department was part of the curriculum of the Agriculture devision of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. This history was developed by the departmental review team, 1971.
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    Mildred Helen McAfee Horton (1900-1994) served on the University of New Hampshire's Board of Trustees from 1963-1974, and was the Board's Chair from 1972-1974. Previously she had been the first director of the US Navy's WAVES program, and after UNH…
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    Whittemore School Faculty Meetings
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    In 1992, reconstituted Task Force was renamed the UNH Planning Council; to be maintained for as long as deemed helpful and appropriate.
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    Teaching Excellence was a one page newsletter containing an article that was reproduced with permission from Teaching Excellence, a member service of the POD Network in Higher Education.
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    Thelma B. Thompson (b. 1948, MLS University of Iowa 1985) served as Government Information and Maps Librarian at the University of New Hampshire's Dimond Library beginning in 1999. One of her many contributions was extensive work with the historical topographical maps of New England and New York…
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    The Art Division of the Library was opened April 1939. The scrapbook of art division information was compiled by George R. Thomas.
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    Anthony Caldwell was on the faculty of the UNH English Department from 1957-1977. This is a draft of his play titled The Good Minute.
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    Ann Weaver Hart was appointed eighteenth president of the University of New Hampshire on July 1, 2002. This collection contains the presidential papers of Ann Weaver Hart
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    James Horrigan led a distinguished career as a Professor of Accounting and Finance. He taught at Notre Dame from 1956 to 1966, and then at the University of New Hampshire for 30 years until his retirement in 1996. Teaching and community files of…
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    Files cards containing biographical and employment history of former CEPS faculty.
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was established in 1866. In 1911, a major reorganization of the entire institution took place. Three divisions were established: the Agricultural Division, the Engineering Division and the…
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    Composer John E. Rogers was an early pioneer in electronic music and dodecaphony. He studied with Milton Babbitt, Elliot Carter, and Robert Sessions, and established the computer music department at the University of New Hampshire in 1967. The John…
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    Jean Brierley (1908-1986) graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1930 with a baccalaureate degree in Zoology. The first Brierley Award was presented in 1991 to Lester A. Fisher of the Department of English. In the years since then each winner of the…
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    The Office of Academic Affairs spearhead the university's progress in academic programming, faculty development, and student academic affairs. These files contain support materials for the 1983 University Accreditation process, minutes and reports…
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    Zoology professor, C. Floyd Jackson was appointed the first university health officer in 1920, but until 1932 students were expected to look out for their own health needs. In 1931, Charles H. Hood, Class of 1880, presented the university with $125,…
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    Frank McCann, Ph.D., Indiana U., Bloomington, is a professor emeritus of history at the University of New Hampshire. His research focuses on Brazilian and Spanish-American history, U.S. relations with Latin America, and native peoples of the Americas…
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    This series contains files from the Dean's Office of the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture.
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    The graduate school at UNH was formally created in 1928, though graduate studies date back to the university founding. This series contains the minutes of the Graduate Faculty Committe meetings.
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    The first elections for the Operating Staff Council were held on April 15, 1975. The purpose of the Council is to increase communication between the Operating Staff and the Administration. They began producing a newsletter in 1988 called the Operating…
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    Harold Walter Stoke served as President of UNH from 1944-1947. After three years at the University of New Hampshire, Dr. Stoke resigned (August 1947) to become president of Louisiana State University. The Papers of Harold Walter Stoke cover the years 1944-1947 and include materials such as post war…
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    The Faculty Caucus at the University of New Hampshire is one of the committees which make up the Academic Senate. The Academic Senate is the legislative body at the University. The Faculty Caucus brings the issues of the faculty members to the Senate for consideration. This series contains the…
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    Professor Clarence W. Scott worked for the University for 54 years. He served as first librarian of the college, instuctor and professor of English, 1878-1886, and professor of history and political science, 1879-1930. This series contains his lecture notes of American literature and personal notes…
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    Hamilton Ford Allen was a professor of French and Spanish at the University of New Hampshire from 1922 to 1929. He conducted summer educational tours in France for American students starting in 1926. He was married to Dorothy Allen and had two children, Harriet and Sam. This series consists of…
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    L. Franklin "Frank" Heald born and raised in Littleton, NH. Heald graduated from UNH in 1939 with a B.A. degree in political science. During his senior year, he served as UNH correspondent to The Union Leader (Manchester, NH). In 1940, he was selected…
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    Philip M. Marston was a professor of History at the University of New Hampshire from 1939 to 1966. He was appointed as the University Historian in 1962 and was working on a history of the University. The manuscript was never finished due to his death on November 11, 1966. This collection contains…
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    The Animal Husbandry Department was part of the Agricultural Division of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. The college became the University of New Hampshire in 1923. In 1958 the Animal Husbandry Department was renamed the Department of Animal Sciences and in 1969 it…
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    Henry Corrow was the publications editor for the Cooperative Extension Services. This series contains the biographical forms voluntarily filled out by cooperative extension staff members. Some files also include items such as resumes,press releases, articles or obituaries.
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    The Weekly Letter was produced by the Office of the Recorder to keep the faculty informed on the academic status of students (warnings, withdrawals, name changes, etc.). It was also used to announce university deadlines, upcoming events, items for…
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    Following the resignation of President Harold W. Stoke in August of 1947, the Board of Trustees spent the fall semester choosing a successor. During this period the President of the Board of Trustees, Frank W. Randall, served as Interim Executive Officer. However, because Randall was active in…
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    The University Resources Task Force was created in February 1975 to study the use of the University's resources and to make recommendations to the President which would result in savings and reallocation of these resources. This series contains the…
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    Wilfred A. Osgood was a 1914 graduate of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in Durham, NH. Osgood returned in 1925 to the University to work in the Entomology Department. He was the State Moth Worker from 1928 to 1938 at which time he was hired as the Assistant to the…
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    Professor Joseph D. Batcheller (d. 1988) taught in the English Department and served as the Director of Theater at the University of New Hampshire. This collection contains his papers while employed at the university.
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    Zoology professor, C. Floyd Jackson was appointed the first university health officer in 1920, but until 1932 students were expected to look out for their own health needs. In 1931, Charles H. Hood, Class of 1880, presented the university with $125,…
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    Phyllis Killam Abell, member of the class of 1950, studied chemistry and served as president of the Association of Women Students at UNH. She began teaching and research at various institutions including UNH. She was a strong advocate for women and people of color. She taught Women's Studies…
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    The Purnell Act was passed by Congress in 1925. It provided federal money to state Agricultural Experiment Stations for research on agriculture as well as the related economic and sociological factors. The University of New Hampshire took full…
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    Ruth G. Stimson graduated from UNH in 1940 with a degree in Home Economics. She joined the Cooperative Extension as a Home Demonstration Agent-at-Large. Shortly after, she was assigned to the Rockingham County Office where she worked until she retired in 1982. In this volume, Ruth Stimson has…
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    The Revolver was written and distributed by students at the University of New Hampshire. This series contains 5 issues of the Revolver. The contents provide critical commentary from students about the University of New Hampshire and its administration.
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    Harry Carroll held the post of Administrative Assistant in the Office of the President of the University of New Hampshire from 1952-1956. This collection contains his files while he was Administrative Assistant in the Office of the President.
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    In 1998, President Joan Leitzel organized the first annual tour of New Hampshire for new faculty members, many of whom had lived in the state for only a few years. During the three day event, planned by the office of Public Programs and Events, the…
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    William H. L. Brackett was born August 27, 1892 in Greenland, NH. He graduated from UNH in 1914. While a student, served as president of his class for three years, as well as president of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He excelled in sports, playing football for four years, his fourth year as…
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    Oren V. Henderson served in various bureaucratic positions at the University of New Hampshire, on the Durham board of selectmen, and in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. This collection contains both his personal and professional papers.
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    Professor Fredrick W. Taylor (1876-1963) of Ohio State university was appointed professor of agriculture and head of the department of agriculture at UNH in 1903. In 1908 he became professor of agronomy. In 1915 he was made dean of the agricultural division. This series contains two midterm exams…
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    Musical programs have been sponsored by the University from its earliest years. The academic department of music was established in 1920. The bulk of this series contains programs for musical entertainment.