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Abraham Flexner graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1886. The collection consists of one letter, Flexner to Miss Cole, September 14, 1943, telling her that he still working on his biography of Daniel Coit Gilman; one copy of Field and Work of the Squibb Institute, November 1938; one card signed by F.J. Furnivall.
The records of the Academic Council, spanning the years 1880 to 1983, consist almost entirely of the minutes and supporting papers of the council and its various committees, but also include some reports and correspondence.
This collection consists of four letters relating the intense fear of communism and the suspicion of academia's liberal views that was present in 1949.
Acheson J. Duncan was born September 24, 1904 in Leonia, New Jersey and was an authority in the fields of industrial statistics and quality control. The collection consists largely of research papers that describe his concentration in the fields of bulk sampling, industrial statistics, and quality control. The collection spans the years 1936 to 1985.
A.D. Emmart was a journalist at The Baltimore Sun newspaper in Baltimore, Maryland from 1924 to 1972. Included in the collection is a scrapbook containing his editorial writings from 1927 to 1934, book reviews and art criticisms from 1928 to 1960, and many articles from his assignments in Russia from 1928 to 1933, and London in the 1940s.
The collection consists of one letter and one manuscript, both written by the Scottish philosopher, Adam Ferguson.
Cousins Adam Itzel Jr. and John Itzel were conductors, arrangers, composers, and educators who studied and taught at the Peabody Conservatory in the late 19th century. The collection includes manuscript scores of light orchestral or operatic music arranged primarily by Adam Itzel Jr., as well as manuscript scores of some of his original compositions.
Franz Adamus, the pseudonym of Ferdinand Bronner, was born in Poland in 1867. The collection consists of four bound plays in typescript written by Franz Adamus, only one of which has been published.
Adele Meade was a teacher and violinist in the Baltimore area. Her papers include photographs, a scrapbook, and personal papers primarily relating to her teaching career.