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Brown, Donald F. (1909-1989). Papers, 1939-1989.

Identifier: H88-0018

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Spanish Language and Literature, 1949-1961. Materials include his personnel file (RESTRICTED) articles, bibliographies, correspondence, and press releases relating to the instruction of foreign languages and several student European tours conducted by Brown.

Dates: 1939 - 1989

De Pree, Henry P. (1881-1969). Papers, 1952.

Identifier: H88-0028.10

Collection includes biographical essays on the Class of 1902 that were edited by Henry P. De Pree. Essays include Jacob G. Bloemers, Charles J. Bready, Berend Bruins, Wilhelmina (Minnie) De Feyter, William De Kleine, Henry P. De Pree, Magdalena Marie (Keppel) Duven, Bernard J. Kleinhesselink, Johanna Anthonette (Riemens) Winter, John Van Der Beek, Minnie (Marsilje) Van Der Ploeg, John Van Peursem, John A. Van Zoeren, John E. Winter, and Hessel E. Yntema. (D)

Dates: 1952

Ellert, Ernest E. (1908-1980). Papers, 1947-1960.

Identifier: H88-0051

Associate professor of German, 1947-1960. Personnel file, photographs, proposals and conference proceedings on the teaching of German in elementary schools, and a questionnaire on trends in teaching German. Correspondents include John Hollenbach and Irwin Lubbers.

Dates: 1947 - 1960

Folkert, Jay E. (1916-2011). Papers, 1943-2011.

Identifier: H88-0053.20
Abstract Professor of mathematics, 1946-1982; coordinator of National Science Foundation Mathematics Summer Institute, 1960-1974. The collection includes correspondence of Jay Folkert and from friends and relatives to J. H. Koopman of Overisel, Michigan, death notice of Henry Kollen, school certificates of Geziena Kollen Koopman, Overisel Centennial Calendar, reports, photographs, articles, biographical information, his World War II memories in written form, oral history audio file and transcript...
Dates: 1943 - 2011

Handlogten, Clarence J. (1930- ). Papers, 1966-1974.

Identifier: H88-0065
Abstract Hope College business manager, 1966-1972; treasurer, 1968-1972. During the transition between presidents Vander Werf and Van Wylen, Handlogten served as chair of the Executive Council, 1970-1971, and executive vice president, 1971-1972. Collection includes personnel file (RESTRICTED), biographical information, correspondence, reports, college financial materials, photographs, and personnel policy documents. Subjects include student recruitment, student housing, and...
Dates: 1966 - 1974

Hawkinson, Ella A. (1896-1954). Papers, 1948-1956.

Identifier: H88-0068
Abstract Ella Amelia Hawkinson was a professor of history and head of the history and political science departments at Hope College from 1948-1952. Her teaching and scholarly work centered on school museums and community cooperation, how to use local history, and the Clay County Museum in Clay County, Minnesota. The Hawkinson Memorial Lecture series was founded in her memory at Hope College in 1954. The collection includes biographical information, doctoral degree dissertation, photographs,...
Dates: 1948 - 1956

Klaasen, Adrian J. (1905-1968). Papers, 1948-1968.

Identifier: H88-0084

Hope College professor of economics and business, 1947-1968. The collection includes biographical information, photographs, a report, doctorate degree thesis, and a study. Topics include college administration and space utilization.

Dates: 1948 - 1968

Kleinheksel, J. Harvey (1900-1965). Papers, 1919-1973.

Identifier: H88-0086

Hope Preparatory School class of 1918 and Hope College class of 1922; Hope College professor of chemistry (1928-1965). The collection includes articles, biographical information, Kleinheksel's signed copy of the book Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (1919), and photographs. The subjects of the articles include science and religion, chemistry, and the role of research in college instruction.

Dates: 1919 - 1973

Lampen, Albert E. (1887-1963). Papers, 1905-1974.

Identifier: H88-0093
Abstract Graduate of Hope College (1911) and the University of Michigan (A.M., 1914) and completed the coursework at the University of Michigan and University of Chicago for a Ph.D. in mathematics; professor of mathematics at Hope College from 1919-1957; served as the superintendent of schools for Saugatuck, Michigan, and Gladwin, Michigan, from 1914-1916; college math and Latin instructor at Winona College in Winona, Indiana (1916-1918); professor of physics and astronomy at Washburn College in...
Dates: 1905 - 1974

Megow, Gerhard F. (1913-1999). Papers, 1956-1999.

Identifier: H88-0103
Abstract Hope College professor of German, 1959-1977. Collection includes correspondence, articles, reports, biographical information, photographs, a chapel talk, and book reviews. Subjects include art, morality, pollution, education, World War II, the Federal deficit, and foreign relations with France and West Germany. Correspondents include U.S. Senators Robert Griffin and Philip Hart, U.S. Representatives Donald Riegle and Guy Vander Jagt, state senator Gary Byker, and state representative...
Dates: 1956 - 1999