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Recent Corporation Appointments


The Corporation has recently appointed Professor Archibald Cary Coolidge '87, Ph.D., of the History Department, exchange professor to the University of Berlin for the first half of next year. The German professor to Harvard has not yet been appointed.

At the same meeting of the Corporation, it was announced that the following assistants have been appointed for next year from two of the exchange colleges in the West: H. E. Woodbridge, of Colorado College, in English: E. G. Smith, of Beloit College, in Chemistry, for the second half-year only.

Sheldon Fellowships.

Sheldon Travelling Fellowships were awarded to R. Beatley '18, of Roxbury; and R. A. Spaeth 4G., of Mount Airy, Pa., "for purposes of investigation or study either in this country--outside Harvard University--or abroad." The fund for these fellowships was established in 1909 by Mrs. Amey Richmond Sheldon in memory of her husband. Frederick Sheldon, of the class of 1892. The income now amounts to about $15,000.

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