Edward Henry Spieker papers
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The collection of Hopkins alumnus and professor, Edward Henry Spieker, consists of one holographic notebook containing his notes from classes in Greek literature prepared while he was a graduate student at the University, 1880-1881.
- Creation: 1880-1881
- Spieker, Edward Henry, 1859-1918 (Person)
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Edward Henry Spieker was a professor of classical languages at Hopkins from 1882-1918. Spieker was born in Baltimore, MD in 1859. He recieved the A.B. degree from Hopkins in 1879 and the Ph.D. in 1882. He remained at Hopkins to teach Greek and Latin and was the author of a text, "Greek Prose Composition for Use in Colleges" (1904). Edward Henry Spieker died in Baltimore in 1918.
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