Dr. Frank Russell '96, Ph.D., who has been instructor of anthropology in the University since 1897, has resigned his position and gone to Arizona, where he will live on a ranch. Dr. Russell has done extensive scientific research work both in anthropology and natural history. From 1892 to 1894 he made an important anthropological and natural history expedition for the University of Iowa, with which he was connected before coming to Harvard, in the region of the McKenzie River in northern Canada. Last year, while on leave of absence from the University, Dr. Russell made for the Bureau of Ethnology at Washington a careful study of the language, history, customs, etc., of the Pima Indians of Arizona. His report is now being revised by the Bureau and will soon be published.
Dr. Russell Resigns.
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