Index

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A

A Tempo, 39

Aab, Iola, See Peth, Iola (Aab)

Abbott, George F., 1911, career summarized, 16; comedy skit, 1910, 16; active in drama on campus, 16; class show, "A Streak of Yellow," 16; college years summarized, 16

Accelerated schedule, during World War II, 29

Achilles, Gertrude (Strong), 20; 21

Ackro Theatrical Enterprises, Inc., 19

Adam, R. B., 26; 33

Adams, Ansel, 35

Adams, John Quincy, 1874, 9

Adams, Ruth M., 32

Adelphian Literary Society, See Delphic Society

Administration, changes, 1911, 15; changes under de Kiewiet, 34

Administration Building, 37

Administration office building, 1930's, 27

Admissions, early requirements, 4; procedures, 1870's, 8; 1920's, 23; typical class, 1965, 36

Adolph, Edward L., career summarized, 20; teaches physiology at School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; reads paper, 21

Advanced placement, 36

Advisory Board, set up by Trustees for College for Women, 1930's, 27

Advisory Council, established at Eastman School of Music, 1938, 28

Aeschliman, Dorothy D., 1948, 33

African Student Center, 35

AFROTC, See Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps

Agricultural Improvement Association 17

Agriculture, plans to teach, 1852, 1860, 6; courses considered, early 1900's, 15

Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, started at U of R, 1951, 33; 1950's, 36

Akeley, Carl E., 16

Akeley, Louis E., 1886, 10

Alcohol, Gilmore and Quinby's problem with, 9; during Prohibition, 24; 22; policies, 1950's, 38

Aldington, Joseph A., 22

Alessandro, Victor N., EST: 1937, 28

Alexander, Arthur, 18; 19

Alexander, Ben, 17

Alexander, Louis A., 26; 27. 38

Alexander, Louis A., Jr., 1951, 38

Alexander, Neil L., 1950, 38

All-University Convocations, begun, 1937, 27

Allen, Dorothy (Pund), ESM 1928, 19

Allen, Helen F., See Forbes, Helen F. (Allen)

Allen, Willard M., SMD 1932, 28; 37

Alling, Harold L., 1915, 17

Alling, Joseph T., 1876, career summarized, 8; chapel organist, 8; action against Shedd, 15; provides prize, 1900, 16; speaks at chapel, 16; helps launch Alumni Maintenance Fund, 16; faculty meets regularly at his home, 17; works as "Y" secretary during World War I, 17; summarizes new campus situation for alumni, 22; on building committee for Oak Hill campus, 22; employees give a flagpole on River Campus, 22; dedicates Alumni Gymnasium on River Campus, 25; on Boards of Trustees that choose Rhees and Valentine, 25; presides at Valentine inauguration, 25; invests Valentine at his inauguration, 25

Alling, Mrs. Joseph T., part in selection of Rhees, 14

Allton House, 31; 35

Allyn, David M., 1931, 27

Alma Mater, 12

Alpha Chi Omega, 12

Alpha Delta Phi, first Rochester fraternity, 6; hosts national convention, 1880, 10; by 1889 has a house, 10; acquires new home, 1894, 12; Rush Rhees a member of at Amherst, 14; Rhees speaks at initiations, 16; of early 1900's, 16; affects of World War I on, 17; new building on River Campus, 22; publishes literary sheet, 24; initiation fee and dues, 1935, 27; celebrates centennial, 38

Alpha Epsilon Pi, 38

Alpha Omega Alpha, 21

Alpha Phi Alpha, 19

Alpha Phi Delta, 22; 24

Alpha Phi Omega, 38

Alpha Sigma (Fraternity), 10

Alpha Sigma (Sorority), 16; 27

Alumnae Association, founded about 1905, 16; unsuccessfully petitions to elect alumnae trustees, 1922, 23; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27

Alumnae Council, 27

Alumni, honor Anderson on completion of twenty-five years as president, 8; Anderson addresses, 1870, 8; regional associations, 10; early 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; part in River Campus dedication, 25; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 30; groups, late 1940's, 33; de Kiewiet era, 36; alumni relations office created, 1955, 36

Alumni, prominent, See Graduates, prominent

Alumni-Alumnae, organizations, late 1940's, 33

Alumni-Alumnae Review , 27

Alumni Association, 8; 16

Alumni Council, 17

Alumni-elected trustees, right denied, 1890's, 12; authorized, 1904, 15; interest in electing lags, 17; right falls into disuse, 1920's, 23; has lapsed, 1930's, 26; plan studied, 33; approved again, 35; number and term changed, 36; term lengthened, 37

Alumni Federation, 36

Alumni Gymnasium (Prince Street Campus), Hill realizes need for, 11; alumni raise funds for, 11; described, 11; dedicated, 12; proposal to remodel for use of women, 27; razed 22; 27

Alumni Gymnasium (River Campus), 22

Alumni Golf Association, 22

Alumni Maintenance Fund, 16

Alumni organization, founded, 1853, 6; confers "degree" on Anderson, 6; activities in 1860's, 7; See also Associated Alumni

Alumni Secretary, office created, 17; 24; appointments, 24; duties, 24

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 12; 26

American Association of Universities, 29

American Association of University Professors, appealed to by Stanton, 1932, 18; established at U of R, 1918, 23; growth in 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; active again, 1950, 32; growth on campus, 1950's-1960's 36; condemns loyalty oaths, 38

American Composers' Concerts, 19; 39

American Opera Company, 19

American studies program, 32

Anderson, Burnett F. 1940, 29; 30

Anderson, Galusha, 1854, 6; 11

Anderson, Howard R., 34; 37

Anderson, Martin Brewer, attends first U of R commencement, 4; chosen president, 1853, 5; material about, 5; considered for presidency, 5; trustees vote to offer him the presidency, 5; accepts U of R presidency, 5; inaugural address, 5; background as editor of New York Recorder, 5; early associations with the U of R, 5; part in removal controversy, 5; life, 1815-1850, 5; physical description, 5; describes ideal college president, 5; plagued by financial problems of University, 5; against government aid to higher education, 5; educational philosophy, 5; as a teacher, 5; chapel addresses, 5; as a scholar, 5; receives academic honors, 5; offered presidency of other institutions 5; private life, 5; as a citizen, 5; last years as president, 5; retires, 1889, 5; reception as president, 6; wore academic costume at commencement, 6; Chapter 7, passim; position before Civil War, 7; against student agitation in 1860, 7; views on Civil War, 7; his address for Quinby's regiment read at Elmira, 7; mentions Quinby in 1861 annual report, 7; 1861 commencement message, 7; lecture, "Lessons Taught by the Rebellion," 1861, 7; trip to Europe, 1863, 7; delivers memorial speech on Lincoln, 7; lenient toward fallen South, 7; condemns Cornell's non-sectarianism, 7; weighs and rejects offer of Brown University presidency, 7; description of Eliot, 8; against hazing, 8; commencement addresses of 1870's, 8; portrait given University, 1874, 8; alumni recognize twenty-fifth anniversary of presidency, 8; speaks to alumni, 1870, 8; recommends professorship in history and political science, 9; administration plan if becomes incapacitated, 10; views on curriculum, 10; remarks at 1888 commencement, 10; resigns 1888, 10; serves into 1889, 10; death, 1890, 10; funeral, 10; burial, 10; knows Hill, his successor, 11; quoted on Hill's acceptance of U of R presidency, 11; sends letter of advice to Hill, 11; estate yields $42,000 for University, 11; eulogized in anniversary sermon, 1900, 12; views on college training for women, 13; against a movement for coeducation, 13; statue, 10; 15; statue brought to River campus, 35; dormitory named for, 37

Anderson, Mrs. Martin B., 5; 10

Anderson, Russell J., 1937, 27

Anderson Alumni Fund, 8

Anderson Hall, initial planning, 6; description, 6; inaugural rites, 6; named for President Anderson, 6; poem on, 6; janitor Withall's daughter married in, 9; space on first floor allocated to early coeds, 13; alterations, early 1900's, 15; availability of women's building, 1914, releases space in for other uses, 17; sentiment to have it moved to Oak Hill, 22; remodeled, 1920's, 22; redecorated, 33; sold, 35

Anderson Tower, 37

Andreas, Burton G., 1948, 30

Andrews, Newton L., 12

Angell, James R., 25

The Annunciator, 3

Anthony, Doriot, ESM 1943, See Dwyer, Doriot (Anthony), ESM 1943

Anthony, Roy D., 1908, 16

Anthony, Susan B., prophesy regarding equality in higher education, 13; active in struggle for coeducation, 13; feels that if women were admitted, needed funds would follow, 13; remarks on trustees' decision to admit women, 13; raises last $8,000 of funds needed to admit women; 13; money raised for building to honor, 15; portrait in women's study room in Anderson Hall, 16; first Croceus dedicated to, 16; Alumnae Association honors birthday, 33; wing in Women's Residence Hall named to honor, 35;

Anthony Hall, 17; 27; 35

Anthropology, departmental structure, 1957, 1960, 36; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Antoine, Josephine, 39

Appelt, Ewald P., 26

Applegarth Margaret T., 1908, 16

Aranha, Oswald, 29

Archives, 29

Armstrong, James S., 1954, 38

Army Specialized Training Program, 31

Army training units, considered on campus during Civil War, 7

Art, restored to curriculum, 15

Artist's Diploma, 28; 39

Arvin, Neil C., 23

Associated Alumni of the U of R, 12

Associated Universities, Inc., 33

Associated Women Students, 38

Association of American Universities, 33

Association of Graduate Schools, 33

Astronomy, split off of physics, 36; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Athletic Association (Women), 16; 24 Athletic Building (School of Medicine and Dentistry), 28

Athletic fee, 38

Athletic field (Main and Culver), purchased, 1915 17; Formally opened, 1917, 17; leased, 33; sold, 35

Athletics, early, 4; organized, opposed by Anderson, 5; early, lack of, 6; after Civil War, 8; students desire facilities, 10; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; become part of collegiate program, 1890's, 12; Rhees' views on, 14; two years of physical education mandatory for men, 15; regular program instituted, 15; 1900's, 16; under Edwin Fauver, 17; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; de Kiewiet interest in, 34; 1945-early 1960's, 38

Athletics (Eastman School of Music), 19; 28 Athletics (Women), 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; late 1930's and early 1940's, 31

Atkins, H. Pearce, 29

Atomic Energy Commission, 37br>
Atwater, Elton, 1934, 27

Auburn, Laura (Murphy), 1935, 27

Audio-visual, facilities at ESM, 39

Augerias, Pierre, 18

Aural Comprehension Clinic, 39

Austin, Roger O., 37

Austin-Ball, Thomas, 18

Averell, James G., 17

Avukah, 24

Awards, See Prizes and Awards

Aydelotte, Frank, 25

Ayer, Francis W., x1871, 8

 B

Babbitt, Irving, 25

Babcock, Mrs. Charles H., 32

Babcock, Edith H., 39

Babcock, Robert S., 1937, 27

Babcock House, 33

Bach, John, V-12, 30

Backus, Frederick F. 1

Backus, Truman J., 1864, 7; 13

Bacon, Howard E., 1913, 15

Bacone, Almon C., 1858, 6

Bailey, Charles O., 1880, 6

Bailey, Joseph M., 1854, 6

Bailey, Louis J., 1905, 16

Baker, Arthur L., 11

Baker, George F., Trust, 32

Baker, Oren H., 30

Baker, William L., 1885, 10

Bakker, Margaret (Neary), 1913, 16; 33

Balaban, Emanuel, 19

Bale, William, 31

Bales, Richard H., ESM 1936, 28

Balfour, Andrew, 21

Ball, Raymond N., 1914, career summarized, 17; appointed executive secretary of University and alumni secretary, 1919, 17; prompts Campus story of new campus, 1920, 22; on building committee for Oak Hill campus, 22; becomes University comptroller and treasurer, 23; becomes University executive vice-president, 23; named alumni secretary, 1919, 24; considered as Rhees' successor, 25; meets with Valentine after Valentine offered Presidency, 25; quoted on conference, "New Frontiers in American Life," 29; for merger of campuses, 35; becomes chairman of Board of Trustees, 35; heads Development Fund committee soliciting businesses in Rochester area, 35; observation on Development Fund soliciting, 35; succeeded by Wilson as Board chairman, 37

Ball, Thomas Austin, See Austin-Hall, Thomas

Ballard, James F., 21

Ballet dancing, 19

Balonek, Felix J., 1938, 27

Baptist Church, Chapter 2 and Chapter 3, passim; trustee Moore emphasizes that University not a distinctly Baptist college, 11; trustees vote, 1892, that two-thirds of their body must be Baptists, 11; Hill tries to make University more non-sectarian, 11; resolution adopted, 1906, categorically separating University and church, 15

Barber, Frances, 1921, See Starr, Frances (Barber), 1921

Barber, Sherburne F., 1929, 24

Barbour, Clarence A. 11

Barden, Tilson C., 1854, 6

Bardwell, Donald J., 1953, 38

Barleywood Female University, 6; 13

Barlow, Wayne, ESM 1934, 28; 39

Barnes, Sidney W., 26; 29

Baroody, Richard J., 1944, 29

Baroque Symphonia, 39

Barrett, Albert T., 1869, 7

Barry, Patrick, 37

Barry family, 35; 37

Barss, Alden F., 1910, 16

Barstow, Henry H., 1893, 12

Bartok, Bela, 31

Barton, David R., 3

Baruch, Bernard, 33

Baseball, 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 4; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 30; late 1940's to early 1960's, 38

Basketball, 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; late 1940's to early 1960's, 38

Bassett, Glenn C., Jr. 1945, 30

Battle, Marcus G., 1948, 33

Batzel, Elmer E., 1938, 27

Bausch, Edward, x1873, 8

Bausch, John J., 22

Bausch and Lomb Company, considers aiding an optics program, 23; aids in financing the Institute of Optics 23

Bausch and Lomb Hall, 22; 33; 37

Bausch and Lomb Scholarships, 30

Baybutt, Irving J., 1945, 30

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope, 20; 21; 28

Baynes, John A., 1947, 29

Beaven, Robert H., 36; 38

Beavers, Robert, 21

Beck, Lewis W., 32; 34

Beecham, Sir Thomas, 31

Beecher, Henry Ward, 4

Beeson, Jack, ESM 1942, 31

Belknap, J. Harrison, 32

Bellamy, Francis J., 1876, wrote "Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag," 8; honored by plaque in Todd Union, 26; papers presented to library, 35

Bellman's Society, 38

Belov, Samuel, 18; 39

Bender, Armin N., 1933, 27; 29

Benjamin, Edward B., 39

Benjamin, Park, 4

Bennett, Alfred, 4

Benninghof, H. Merrell, 1926, 24

Benzoni, Herbert J., x1915, 16

Berger, Michael D., 1962, 38

Bergsma, William L., ESM 1942, 31

Bernstein, Dorothy L., 29

Bernstein, Leonard, 31

Berry, George P., 28; 31

Berry, William, 23

Beta Delta Gamma, has house on Elmwood Avenue, 22; history, 24; dissolves, 1930's, 27; revived, 1949, 27; 38

Beta Gamma Mu, 19

Betz, Herman, 1912, 16

Betz, William, 1898, 12

Bias clauses, in fraternities, 38

Bibby, Basil G., Ph.D. 1935, 21

Bichsel, M. Alfred, 39

Bicycling, 10; 16

Bidwell, Charles C., 1904, 16

Bigelow, Fanny R., Awards, 33

Bigelow, Mildred, 1955, See Vreeland, Mildred (Bigelow), 1955

The Bird, 19

Birkhaug, Konrad E., 20

Bishop, Sherman C., 23

Bitgood, Paul E., 26; 36

Bixby, Bert J., 32

Bixler, Julius Seelye, 27

Blackburn, Helen, 1927, See Power, Helen (Blackburn), 1927

Blair, Henry A., 28; 31

Bliss, Frederick J., 15; 16

Bloch, Ernest, 18

Bloomfield, Theodore, 39

Bloor, Walter R., 20

Bluebook, 24

Bluhm, W. Theodore, 36

Board of Control, founded as University Council (1898) to supervise extracurricular activities, 12; set-up and purpose, 24; partly controls intercollegiate athletics, 24; make-up, 1930's; 27; organization during World War II, 30; 1950's, 38; some duties taken over by other organizations, 38; See also University Council (earlier name)

Board of Trustees, See Trustees

Boar's Head Dinner, early years, 27; discontinued after 1942 during World War II, 29; reinstated after World War II, 38

Boat, Mary, 1956, See Miller, Mary (Boat), 1956

Bobo, Richard D., ESM 1960, 39

Boekelheide, Virgil C., 32

Bomb threat, Eastman School of Music, 1960, 39

Boneman, exercises during commencement week, 8

Bonnet, Joseph, 18

Boody, Azariah, offers University land, 6; land accepted, 1853, 6; gift described, 6; sketch on, 6; supports Barleywood Female University, 13; portrait in Sibley Library, 15; used as a yearbook theme, 27

Book and History Club, See Medical History Club

Book of Regulations and Procedures, 36

Bookstore, 23; 35; 37

Booth, Alice, 1913, See Holmes, Alice (Booth) 1913

Booth, Josephine, 1917, See Hale, Josephine (Booth), 1917

Botsford, Enid Knapp, 19

Bottje, Will Gay, ESM 1955 A.M.D., 39

Bovbjerg, Helen L., ESM 1958, 39

Bowen, Lemuel W., 1879, 8

Bowerman, George F., 1892, 12

Bowling, 16

Boynton, Robert M., 36

Bradford, William L., 20

Bragdon, Claude F., illustrates 1889 Interpres, 10; contributes essay to the Campus, 12; supervises construction of the Memorial Art Gallery, 17

Bragdon, Helen D., becomes Dean of women, 24; thoughts on women's campus, 1931, 27; leaves, 27; later career, 27

Bragdon House, See Helen Bragdon House

Brain Research, Ph.D. offered in, 37

Brain Research Center, 36; 37

Brancato, Rosemarie, ESM 1931, See Rothman, Rosemarie (Brancato), ESM 1931

Braun, Wilhelm, 36

Brennan, James W., 1953, 38

Brewer, Allen M., 1940, 27

Briccetti, Thomas B., ESM 1957, 39

Brickner, Samuel M., 1888, 10

Bridgman, Charles DeW., 1855, 9

Briggs Gold Medal, 12

Bright, Edward, 8; 9

Bright, Harold F., 1944 M.A., 30

Brinker, John H., 1936, 25; 27

Brooking, John H., 1864, 7

Brookins, Homer DeW., 1880, 10

Brophy, John M., 37

Broughton, John G., 1936, 27

Brown, Babette, See Coleman, Babette (Brown)

Brown, Charles A., 1879, 8; 22

Brown, Mrs. Charles A., 29

Brown, Everett A., x1876, 8

Brown, J. Douglas, 37

Brown, Janet, School of Nursing 1932, See Fisher, Janet (Brown), School of Nursing, 1932

Brown, Kenneth I., 1918, 17

Brown, Lyle D., 36

Brown, Raymond J., 1912, 16

Brown, Roscoe C. E., 1889, 12

Brown, Thomas E., 12

Brown University, 7

Browne, Grant Hugh, 1885, 15

Bruckel, William, 1942, 30

Brugler, J. Mercer, 1925, career summarized, 24; becomes trustee, 1953, 35; co-directs committee for second stage of Development Fund drive, 35; heads Development Fund committee, 35; chairs

Greater University council, 37

Brunssen Margaret, 1938, See Whedon, Margaret (Brunssen), 1938

Bruton, Robert C., 1950, 38

Bryan, William Jennings, 16

Bunnett, Josef F., 1945, 30

Burbank, Gideon W., 6

Burbank Professorship, 6; 11; 11

Burkhardt, Harvey J., 20; 21

Burnham, Elmer H., 30; 38

Burr, Robert N., 1939, 27

Burrows, Roswell S., 3; 3

Burton, Flora, 39

Burton, Henry F., faculty career summarized, 9; talked of as successor to Hill, 11; acting president, 11; part in Semi-Centennial Day celebration, 12; thoughts on Semi-Centennial celebration, 12; dormitory named for, 22

Business administration, program established, 30; separated from economics, 36; offers master's, 37; professional school set up, background and discussion, 37

Buswell, Bertha H., 37

Boswell, Henry C., 29

Butterfield, Roger P., 1927, 24

Butterfield, Roy L., 1922, 24

Buyse, Leonard C., 1937, 27

C



Caccamise, William C., 1944, 1946 M.D., 30

Cadet Nurse Corps, 31

Calderone, Mary (Steichen), SMD 1939, 28

Caliri, Joseph L., 1938, 27

Call, Lucy Lee, 18

Calvert, John B., 1876, 23; 24

Cameron, Kenneth M., 1953, 38

Campbell, Walter, 23; 29

Campbell, Walter W., Jr., 1960, 38

Campus, 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; carries a story of new campus for college, 22; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; pre-World War II sentiment, 29; during World War II, 29; 30; post-World War II, 38; See also under earlier name, University Record

The Campus Crier, 32; 36

Campus improvements, ca. 1870, 8; 1880's, 10; late 1880's and early 1890's, 11; early 1900's, 15; 1910's, 17; 1920's on Prince Street Campus, 22

Campus locations, proposed, 1850's, 4; sites considered, 6; Boody land offered and accepted, 6; sites proposed, 1920's, 22

The Campus-Times, 29; 38

"Canada, Rising World Power" Conference, 38

Canadian Studies Program, 36; 38

Canfield, D. Lincoln, 23; 35

Canning, Thomas, 1940, 38; 39

Canoeing, 16

Canterbury Club, 38

Capen, Frank S., 1868, 8

Captain, Jean, SMD 1938, See Sabine, Jean (Captain) SMD 1938

Caravaglio, Vincent B. ("Fran"), 1963, 38

Carman, Charles R., 1943, 30

Carmichael, Leonard, 26

Carnahan, George A., 12

Carnegie, Andrew, 15

Carnegie Building, built, 15; described, 15; uses, 15; remodeled, 1920's, 22; converted to dormitory, 31; sold, 35

Carnegie Foundation, 28; 35

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 15

Carnegie Professorship, 15

Carpenter, Charles M., SMD 1933, 28

Carpenter, Stephen H., 1852, 6; 8

Carron, Charles, 17

Carter, Helen Strong, 20

Carver, George Washington, 29

Case, Everett N., 34

Casey, Michael L., Memorial Scholarship, 32

Caspari, Ernst W., 29

Cassady, Maynard L., 26

Castiglioni, Arturo, 21

Castle, Kendall B., 1889, 10; 35

Castle House, 31; 35

Castleman, John W., 1889, 12

Catherine Strong Hall, See Strong (Catherine) Hall

Celantano, John P., ESM 1937, 39

Centennial, 33

Centennial Convocation, 33

"Centennial Ode," 33

"Centennial Song," 33

Center for Brain Research, 36; 37

Center for Visual Science, 36

Central Eclectic Medical College, 3

Central heating plant, 15

"A Century Toward Tomorrow," 33

Chamber Symphony, 39

Chambers, Victor J., 1895, 15; 24

Chancellor, office exists until 1875, 3

Chanticleer, 32

Chapel, addresses of President Anderson, 5; daily and required, 1870's, 8; attendance slumps, ca. 1880, 10; made compulsory, ca. 1880, 10; kept compulsory, ca. 1890, 11; early women students segregated at, 13; Rhees' chapel talks, 14; early 1900's, 16; after 1911, separate for men and women, 16; still compulsory, 1920's, 24; made voluntary, 1927, 24; at College for Women, 1930's, 27; construction of, discussed and laid aside, 35; need for one, 38; ground broken for, 1967, 38

Chapin, Emerson E., 1941, 30

Chapin, F. Stuart, x1909, 16

Chaplain, 30

Chapman, Albert K., 35

Charles, Donald R., 26

Charter, provisional, issued January 31, 1850, 3; formal one issued February 14, 1851, 3; extended, 1856, 3; declared permanent, 1861, 3; amended, 18

Chase, Mary, 21

Cheating, rampant during Civil War period, 7; due to pressure for high marks, 1870's, 8; common according to student paper (ca. 1880), 10; remains a problem (1890's), 12; early 1900's, 16; 1920's, 24; V-12, 30

Chemical engineering, major started, 17; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Chesbro, Fred M., 1915, 16

Cheston, Warren B., Graduate School 1951, 33

Chi Psi, 10

Chi Rho, 16; 38

Chilcott, Cyrus A., 1861, 6

Christian Association, 7

Christian Science organization, 38

Christopher, John B., 32

Church Pharcellus, not for the University project, 1846, 1; men with Madison connections confer with regarding removal, 2; addresses Rochester audience on removal proposal, 1847, 2; activities for removal, 2; leaves Rochester, 2; under consideration as first president, 5

Churchill, Winston, 29

Ciaccio, Arnold F., 1951, 38

Cinema '62, 38

Citizenship, part-time lectureship created, 1910, 15; course added and required of seniors, 1910, 15; course broadened, 17

Civic Music Association, 39

Civic Orchestra Association, 19

Civil rights, 38

Civil War, affect on University, 7; views of Anderson on, 7; Quinby's regiment, 7; Anderson's 1861 commencement message on, 7; Anderson's lecture on, 1861, 7; campus army training units considered, 7; service of alumni and students in, 7

Clapp, Virginia (Van Geyt), 1946, 33

Clara, the Bone, 7

Clara's Rib, 12

Clark, Janet H., 27

Clark, William H., 32

Clarke, Eric K., 20

Clarke, Freeman, 9

Class day programs of 1860's, 7

Class tree, Class of 1858 starts custom, 6; of 1860's, 7; tradition continues in 1870's, 8; still planted, 1890's, 12

Classes, held in mornings only, 1870's, 8

Clausen, Samuel W., 20

Clausing, Roth, 23

Cloister, 24

The Cloister Window, 24; 27

Clubs, See Extra-curricular activities

Clune, Henry W., 30

Coates Albert, on Eastman School of Music faculty, 18; calls Managers attention to Howard Hanson, 18; conducts Philharmonic, 19; supervises music for opera at Eastman School of Music, 19; encourages American composers, 19

Coates, Hilda Altschule, 27

Coates, Willson H., 23

Cobden Club of London, 5

Cod Liver Oil Club 12

Coe, George A., 1884, 10

Coeducation, sentiment for, recognized by Hill, 11; arguments against, 13 See also Women

Coffee hours, in Welles-Brown Room, 33

Cohan, Robert, 38

Cohen, Peter M., 1951, 38

Cohn, Herman M., 1907, 16; 35

Cohoe, Albert B., 24

Coins (collection), curator appointed, 33

Coit, Frederick W., 1901, 16

Cole, Charles F., 1925, 24; 29

Cole, Joseph W., 34

Coleman, Babette (Brown), 32

Colgate, William, 2

Colgate University, See Hamilton Institution (name to 1846); Madison University (name 1846-1890)

Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, V-12 students at, 30; plan for collaboration with, 1944, 30; commemorates founding with U of R, November 5, 1950, 33; Eastman School of Music offers church music program with, 39

College Bowl, 38

College Cabinet, 38

College colors, magenta and white adopted, 7; steel gray and light blue adopted by alumni, 1876, 8; changed to goldenrod yellow, 12; changed to dandelion yellow, 12; remains dandelion color, 16; agitation for change, 1920's, 24; change discussed, 1930's, 27; retained, 27; officially adopted (1954) as cadmium yellow and blue, 35

College Congress, 38

College expenses, early, 4; 1850's, 6; typical, 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 16; 1920's, 24; 1935, 27

College for Women, See Women

College Retirement Equities Fund (CREF), 36

College songs, of 1870's, 8; written in 1890's, 12; Alma Mater, 12; of early 1900's, 16; song book published, 1925, 24

College term, at beginning, 4; three term pattern retained, ca. 1910, 15 See also Semester plan, Term

College War Effort Council, 29

Collegium Musicum, 39

Collett, Robert, 1940, 27

Colors (college), See College colors

Colt, S. Sloan, 26

Cominsky, Jacob (Jack) R., 1920, 24; 37

Cominsky, Roslyn (Weisberg), ESM 1922, 19

Commencement and commencement-related activities, first, 4; 1850's, 6; 1860's, 7; 1861, 7; 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; World War II, 29; 30; late 1940's, 33; de Kiewiet years, 36

Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28

School of Nursing, during World War II, 31

Commencement hymn, 15; 16

Committee on Academic Honesty, 24

Committee on Academic Policy, 36

Committee on Educational Policy, 23; 26; 36

Committee on Post-War Planning, 30

Committee on Sites and Traditions, 35

Commons, Harry T., 21

Community Chest, 31

Community Convocation, 33

Comparative literature, Ph.D. offered in, 37

Composers Symposium, 39

Comprehensive examinations, established, 1920's, 23; made more flexible, 1934, 26; discontinued during World War II, 29; restored, 32

Computing Center, 36

Comstock, Ada Louise, 25

Conant, Thomas J., teacher at Hamilton Institution, 2; confers with Rochester Baptist leaders on removal, 2; incorrectly rumored to stay at Madison, 2; an original U of R teacher, 3; considered as first president, 5; leaves University faculty, 6; book dedicated to, 6

Condon, Mary M., 29

"Conference on Latin America", 29

Conley, William J., 1918, 17

Conly, Robert L., 1940, 30

Connor, Frederick W., 1930, 24

Conta, Lewis D., 1934, 26; 27

Converse, Frederick J., 1914, 17

Cooke, Martin W., 1860, 9

Coon, George W., 1876, 8

Copeland, Aaron, 19

Coordinate college (for women), moves toward, 15; 16; scheduling of classes for men and women, 17 See also Women

Corner, George W., career summarized, 20; reads paper, 21; offers seminar on medical history, 28; acquires rare books for library, 28; leaves, 31

Cosmopolitan Club, 24

Coulter, Herbert W., 30

Courses, women taking on River Campus, 27; See also Curriculum

Cowen, Emory L., 32

Craighead, David, 39

Craigie, John H., 11

Crapsey, Adelaide, 37

Crawford, Rosemary, ESM 1960, See Spillman, Rosemary (Crawford) ESM 1960

Crego, Richard J., 34

Cremation of Calculus, 8

Croceus, first published, 16; founding and early years, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; merges with Interpres, 29; 31

Cronise, Adelbert, 1877, 15

Crosby, George N., 22

Crosby, Moreau S., 1863, 7

Cross-Country, 1920's, 24

Crossing News, 38

Crowe, Jane, 1905, See Maxfield, Jane (Crowe), 1905

Crozier, Catharine, ESM 1936, See Gleason, Catharine (Crozier), ESM 1936

Cruickshank, Donald R., Ed.D. 1963, 37

Cubley, Frank L., 1897, 24

Culler, Elmer A. K., 26

Curriculum, background theory, 3; Kelly's Plan of Instruction , 3; early discussions regarding, 4; early, 4; proposals to broaden, 6; mathematics and science, 6; little affected by Civil War, 7; 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; changes under Hill, 11; early 1900's, 15; changes, 1914, 17; offerings expanded, ca. 1915, 17; revisions of 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; V-12, 30; plan for changes, 1940's, 30; revised, 32; merger committee report, 35; additions and changes, 1950's to early 1960's, 36; College for Women, during World War II, 31; Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 18; 1930's, 28; 1950's to early 1960's, 39; School of Medicine and Dentistry, as formulated, 21; 1930's, 28

Curtis, Edward Peck, 36; 37

Curtis, Edward Peck, Prize, 32; 36

Curtiss, George C., 17; 25

Cushing, Harvey, 21

Cushing Prize, 28

Cutler, Anna Katharine, 27

Cutler, James G., on building committee for Oak Hill campus, 22; gives funds for student union on Prince Street campus, 22; 27; founds lectureship, 23; leaves part of estate to U of R, 23; donates cup for alumnae reunions, 24

Cutler Lectures, 24

Cutler Union, described, 27; relationship to sororities, 1930's, 27; parts used as a dormitory, 31; taken over by Eastman School of Music and use they make of it, 39

Cutting, Sewell S., becomes faculty member, 6; career summarized, 6; outlines U of R needs, 1867, 7; patriotic speeches and writings during the Civil War, 7; feels fund raising would be successful, 7; gives part of his. library to University, 10

"Cutting Hall," 8

Cyclotron, 26; 33



D



D. F., 16

D' Lions, 38

Dad's Day, 27

Dales, Gerald, Jr., 1951, 38

Dalton, Charles R., 1920, appointed "field secretary," 1929, 23; duties, 23; becomes alumni secretary, 27; publishes newsletter for U of R servicemen during World War II, 29; rejuvenates regional alumni clubs, 1945, 30; admissions director, 36; becomes University Secretary, 1963, 36

Dam, Henrik, 31

D'Amanda, Francis J., 1920, 24

Damned Souls, See Society of Damned Souls

Dance class, early 1900's, 16

Dance Club, 38

Dances, of 1890's, 12

Dandelion, 27; 31; 38

Dandelion (college symbol), created in steel for gymnasium, 35

Dandelion Day, 38

Dandelion Dinner, 27

"The Dandelion Yellow" (song), 24

Danforth, Edwine, 35

David Hochstein School, 19

Davies, Thomas J., 24; 27

Davis, C. Schuyler, 33

Davis, George F., 1864, 7

Davis, Harriet, 1942, See Hamilton, Harriet (Davis), 1942

Davis, Isaac, 7

Davis, William H., 1868, 8

Davis Prize, 38

Dawson, Charles H., 26

Dean, Vera M., 36

Dean, William, 4; 6

Dean of Graduate Studies, office created, 1928, 23; Charles Hoeing appointed, 23

Deane, John H., 1866, serves on Board of Trustees for 46 years, 7; a trustee, 9; aids University, 9; contributes to 1879-1880 fundraising, 10; prevented by financial reverses from paying pledge, 10; offers to finance a chapel, 10; withdraws offer after suffering financial reverses, 10

Dearborn, Walter F., 25

Debate groups, early 1900's, 16

Debating Society, 7

Decaux, Abel M., 18

DeForest, Robert W., 17

DeGroot, Dudley, 29; 30

de Kiewiet, Cornelis W., speaks at Community Convocation, November 4, 1950, 33; installed in office, 34; visited by U of R trustees, 34; invited to become U of R fifth president, 34; quoted on U of R, 34; accepts U of R presidency, 34; background and interests, 34; inauguration, 34; inaugural address, 34; address to 1951 graduating class, 34; achievements of his presidency, 34; public speaking appearances and writings, 34; role in public affairs, 34; recipient of honorary degrees, 34; elected an officer in the Legion of Honor, 34; states role of Board of Trustees, 34; interest in students, 34; interest in college athletics, 34; summary of part in merger, 35; quoted on merger, 35; quoted on Board of Trustees, 35; writes letters for Development Fund, 35; speaks on Development Fund, 35; appeals to trustees for greater activity in Development Fund drive, 35; quoted on Development Fund drive, 35; quoted on non-western studies program, 36; quoted on "whole student", 36; made honorary alumnus, 1955, 36; quoted on Middle States Association report, 37; against a strong state university, 37; ideas on American higher education, 37; quoted on condition and future of U of R, 1960, 37; sends newsletter to trustees, 37; proposes blueprint, "The Future of the University", 37; quoted on role of graduate education, 37; quoted on academic setting, 37; retires, 37; life in retirement, 37; given honorary doctorate by U of R, 37; quoted on athletic relations with Hobart, 38; speaks at 1957 touchdown dinner, 38; makes changes in Eastman School of Music administration, 39

de Kiewiet, Lucea Hejinian, 34

de Kiewiet Tower, 37

Delphic Oracle, 6; 7

Delphic Society, described as a literary society, 4; debates issues of day, 1860, 7; important extracurricular activity, 6; ceases after Civil War, 7

Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rochester chapter founded, 1856, 6; hosts national convention, 1884, 10; has a house by 1889, 10; purchases home, 12; celebrates fiftieth anniversary, 1906, 16; proposed house affected by World War I, 17; Prince Street house purchases by University, 27; house used by V-12 during World War II, 30; celebrates centennial, 38

Delta Omicron, 19; 39

Delta Phi Alpha, 27

Delta Psi, 6; 10; 12

Delta Rho, 17

Delta Upsilon, Rochester chapter founded, 1852, 6; nearly folds, 8; hosts national convention, 1885, 10; saving money (1880's) for a chapter house, 10; builds house, 1890's, 12; house purchased by University for a dorm, 22; former house becomes a coop dorm, 27; house used by V-12 during World War II, 30; celebrates centennial, 38

Denio, Elizabeth H., career summarized, 15; gives art lectures, 16; writes article for Campus, 16; a Croceus dedicated to, 16; leaves estate for work in art, 23

Dennis, E. Willard, 1910, 16; 35

Dennison, Claire, 21; 28; 31

Denny, Margaret, 29

Dental education at School of Medicine and Dentistry, 21

Depression of 1930's, impact upon students, 27

Dett, R. Nathaniel, ESM master's 1932, 28

Development Fund Drive, 1952-1953, 35

Devereaux, Richard C., Jr., 1956, 38

Dewey, Charles A., 1861, career summarized, 7; commencement speech, 7; creates scholarships, 16; leaves legacy to School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20

Dewey, Chester, career summarized, 3; head of Rochester Collegiate Institute, 1; champions college for Rochester, 1845, 1; quoted on idea of higher education in Rochester, 1845, 1; ideas on university, 1845, 1; quoted on university in Rochester, 1846, 1; fundraiser for a university in Rochester, 1846, 1; seeks funds for a university, 1846, 1; raises funds for a university, 1847, 1; chairs committee to raise funds for university, 1847, 1 for removal plans, 1847, 2; attends meeting for new university, May 11, 1850, 3; volunteer collector of funds for university, 3; records weather of opening day, 4; gives benediction at first U of R commencement, 4; proposes site for permanent campus, 6; delivers benediction at Anderson Hall inauguration, 6; influences Henry A. Ward, 9; backs Barleywood Female University, 13; scholarship created in memory of, 16

Dewey, Thomas E., 33; 35

Dewey Hall, 22; 35

Dewey Prize, 38

Diamond, David L., ESM x1937, 28

Diamond, Jerome, ESM 1925, 19

Dick, Mary C., 1938, 27

Dicke, Robert H., Ph.D. 1941, 30

Dickens, A. Geoffrey, 36

Diehl, Donald E., 1947, 38

Diez, Kathrine (Koller), See Koller, Kathrine

Diez, William E., 32

Dining facilities, criticized, 1946, 33

Dining halls, 1950's, 38

Dischinger, George L., Jr., 1949, 36

Discipline, 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12

Distinguished Senior Professor, title created, 1960, 36

Division of University Extension, 23 See also Extension Division; University School of Liberal and Applied Studies; University Extension Dix Plan, 24

D'Lions, 38

Doctor of Musical Arts, 39

Dodds, Harold W., 25

Dodge, Charles W., 11; 15

Donohue, John M., Jr., 1951, 38

Dooley, William E., 1954, 36

Dormitories, located in former United States Hotel, 4; disapproved by Anderson, 5; Anderson's views on, 6; Anderson against, 8; Anderson still against, 10; Hill urges building of, 11; money raised for, 1911-1912, 15; plans, ca. 1910, 15; agitation for, 1920's, 23; 1930's, 27; after World War II, 33; fees, late 1940's to early 1950's, 33; new ones, 1950's, 35; ones built 1950's and early 1960's, 37; See also Housing

College for Women, 27; 31

Eastman School of Music, 19; 39

Dossenbach, Herman, leading Rochester musician, 18; forms Rochester Orchestra, 18; a founder of the Institute of Musical Art, 1913, 18; gives programs for Eastman, 18; influence on Eastman, 18

Douglass, Frederick A., 8; 35

Dowd, Frank J., Jr., 1948, 33

Dowdy, Andrew H., 31

Dramatics clubs, of 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 16; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 30; post World War II, 38; 1950's, 38

Dramatis Filiae, 16

Draper, George P., 1857, 6; 16

Drojarski, Walter J., x1934, 27

Druckenmiller, Sally (Luitwieler), 1952, 38

DuBridge, Lee A., 26; 29; 33

Duffield, Kay, 27

Duncan, Albert B. F., 26

Duncan, Barbara, 18

Dunkel, Wilbur D., 23; 36

Dunkman, William E., 26; 29

Durand, Harrison C., 1882, 37

Dutton Prize, 38

Dwyer, Doriot (Anthony), ESM 1943, 31

E



Easley, Edward H., ESM 1943: 39

East Asian Language and Area Center, 36

East Asian Studies Program, 36

Eastern Intercollegiate News Association, 24

Eastman, George: turns to Lattimore for chemical assistance, 9; early contact, via Interpres, with University, 10; first gift, a camera, to University, 11; relationship with Rush Rhees, 14; goes on yachting trip with Rush Rhees, 14; trustee Hubbell makes aware of University's needs, 15; contributes half a million to University, 1912, 15; gift of Eastman Building, 15; contributes $100,000 to Victory Endowment Campaign, 1919, 17; interest in music 18; offers to give U of R a music school, 18; gives Institute of Musical Art to University, 18; part in planning and construction of Eastman School of Music, 18; reluctantly allows School of Music and Theatre to be named after him, 18; interest in Eastman School of Music and Theatre, 18; views on proposed taxing of Theatre, 18; gift helps establish School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; promises money for a new medical school, 20; at public unveiling of plans for School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; praised by Flexner and Rockefeller for generosity for School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; relationship with Whipple, 20; takes part in decisions regarding the building of Medical School, 21; wants plain architecture for Medical Center, 21; follows planning and construction of Medical Center, 21; is for "Greater University" expansion, 22; pledges $2,500,000 to "Greater University", 22; entertains 125 people on eve of "Greater University" drive, 22; enters into financial agreement with University, 22; described, 22; explains philanthropy, 22; for optical science program, 23; estate distribution, 26; books from business office given to library, 29; centennial of birth commemorated, 35; wrongly thought to have opposed chapel on River Campus, 38; Harold Gleason his private organist, 39

Eastman, Maria Kilbourn, 18

Eastman Building, 14; 15

Eastman Dental Center, history and purpose, 20; relationship with School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; 21; left money in Eastman will, 26

Eastman Dental Dispensary, See Eastman Dental Center

Eastman House, given to U of R by Eastman, 26; home of President Valentine, 25; relinquished by University, 32; endowment goes to educational uses, 32; ceases to be home of President, 33; becomes a museum, 33

Eastman Kodak Company, 23; 35; 37

Eastman Philharmonic 39

Eastman Quadrangle, 22

Eastman Quartette, 39

Eastman School Chorus, 28

Eastman School of Music, Chapters on: 18: The Birth of a Music Center; 19: Voices of Music; 28: Music and Medicine in the 1930's; 31: Women, Music, Medicine in Wartime; 39: The Eastman School - The Post War Years; Reminiscences of early student, 18; opens for students, 18; land acquired for, 18; early plans for, 18; to be constructed, 18; construction, 18; named to honor George Eastman, 18; described, 18; and theatre, financial and legal set-up, 18; dedication, 18; annex completed, 1924, 18; second annex built, 1926, 18; faculty set-up, 18; summer school started, 1922, 18; opera courses, 19; ballet dancing, 19; student body, 1920's, 19; administration, 1930's, 28; Gilbert's assessment, ca. 1949, 34; history written, 1948, 39; physical plant repairs needed, 39; fortieth anniversary, 39; finances, 1950's to early 1960's, 39

Eastman School of the Dance and Dramatic Action, 19

Eastman School Symphony Orchestra, 28; 31

Eastman Symphonic Band, 28

Eastman Theatre, movies first shown, 18; described, 18; attempts to tax, 18; as a movie house, 19; part of ceiling collapses, 1954, 39; ceiling repaired, 39; purchases rest of land in block, 39 See also Eastman School of Music

Eastman Theatre Subscribers Association, 19

Eastman Wind Ensemble, 39

Easton, William G., 1921, 24

Eaton, Elon H., 1890, 12

Eaton, George W., teaches at Hamilton Institution, 2; leading opponent of removal, 2; attempts to raise funds to stop removal, 2; attempts to keep college at Hamilton, 2; quoted on removal controversy, 2

Eberlein, William F., 36

Echaniz, Jose, 31

Economics, separate department created, 15; separated from business administration, 36; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Education, degree in considered, 17; school of, considered, 22; degrees in, 23; department transferred from College of Arts and Science to University School, 36; master's offered in, 37; professional school set up, background and discussion, 37

Edward G. Miner Library, See Miner Library

Eggers and Higgins, 35

Ehre, Edward, 1932, 27

Ehrich, William E., 35

Eisenberg, Richard F., 1945, 30

Eisenhart, M. Herbert, becomes Chairman of Board of Trustees, 30; role as Chairman of Board of Trustees, 32; quoted on Board of Trustees, 32; quoted on philosophy of University, 1950, 33; quoted on selection of de Kiewiet, 34; part in de Kiewiet induction, 34; resigns as Chairman of Board of Trustees, 35

Eiserhardt, Ewald, 17

Electrical engineering, taught, 1945-1950, 32; taught again beginning 1956, 36; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Eliot, Charles W., 8

Elizabeth Hoyt Hall, See Hoyt Hall

Elkind, Charlotte (Woods), 1947, 33

Ellinwood, Leonard W., Ph.D. ESM 1936, 28

Ellison, N. B., 16

Ellwanger, Helen, 1904, See Hanford, Helen (Ellwanger), 1904

Ellwanger and Barry, 29; 37

Ely, William S., 1861, 7; 15

Emergency Training Course for Employment Managers, 17

Emerson, Edith E., 1925, 21

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 4

Employment, of students, 16

Engineering, division created, 30; professional college, 37

Engineers Club, 27; 30

English, goes to large lecture course, 36; Ph.D offered in, 37

English Department, holds annual conferences, 38

Enrollment, at opening, 4; 1850's, 6; declines during Civil War, 7; rises after Civil War, 8; in 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1901-1912/13, 16; late 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; River Campus during World War II, 29; civilian men during World War II, 30; optimum for River Campus, 33; 1945-1951, 33; projected ca. 1950, 34; projected, 1952, 35; projection for 1965, 38; College for Women, 1930's, 27; late 1930's and early 1940's, 31; during World War II, 31; 1945, 30; late 1940's, 33; Eastman School of Music, late 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; during World War II, 31; post World War II, 39

School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1930's, 28; late 1930's and early 1940's, 31; School of Nursing, during World War II, 31

Entry requirements, 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 15

Eastman School of Music 1920's, 18; School of Medicine and Dentistry, 21

Equitable Fraternity, 6

Erdle, Charles E., 1933, 27

Erickson, Robert S., 1942, 29

Ernsberger, Millard C., 1888, 15

Esty, Alexander R., 6

Eta Beta Pi, 19

ETES, 17

Everett, Edward, 2

Examinations, early, 4; of 1870's, 8; of 1890's, 11

Expansion, plans for, 1940's, 30

Experimental psychology, 17

Extension Division, administered by Taylor, 23; begun, 23; suspended during World War I, 23; resumed, 1920, 23; during 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; during World War II, 29 See also Division of University Extension, University School of Liberal and Applied Studies, University Extension

Extension study, 11

Extracurricular activities and organizations early, 4; 6; 1860's, 7; 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; World War II, 29; 30; post World War II, 38; 1950's to early 1960's, 38; Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; World War II, 31; post World War II, 39; School of Medicine and Dentistry, early years, 21; World War II, 31; University School, post World War II, 32; Women, 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; late 1930's and early 1940's, 31; World War II, 31; See also Athletics and individual sports by name; Fraternities, and Sororities, and individual ones by name; Literary societies; Student publications by name

F



Faber, William F., 1880, 10

Faculty, of early 1900's, general discussion, 15; general discussion, 1920's, 23; Eastman School of Music structure, 1950's to early 1960's, 39 See also Names of individual faculty members

Faculty Club, River Campus, 22; founded, 1924, 23; rents cottage on campus, 23; receives $1,800 from sale of stock in Rochester Capital Corporation, 23; 1920's,24; River Campus, 26; Women's on Prince Street, 27; restored to Burton Hall, 33; in Men's Dining Center, 35

Faculty committees, number 10, ca. 1955, 36

Faculty homes, considered on River Campus, 1936, 26

Faculty retirement age, See Retirement age (Faculty)

Faculty-Student Policy Review Group, 38

Fairbank, Matthew E., 1930, 24

Fairbanks, Floyd C., 1901, 16; 17

Fairchild, Herman L., faculty career summarized, 9; serves as first registrar, 11; re-classifies Ward Collection, 11; chairs a meeting at which John Spargo speaks, 15; an early member of the Rochester A.A.U.P., 23; helps form local chapter of Sigma Xi, 1925, 24; attends Valentine inauguration, 25

Fairchild Award, 9

Falcon Society, 17; 24

Falk, David M., 39

"The Far Eastern Front," conference, 29

Farley, James E., 33

Farrand, Livingston, 25

Fassett, J. Sloat, 1875, career summarized, 8; runs for governor, 1891, 12; speaks at University's Semi-Centennial, 1900, 12

Fassett Club, 12

Faulkner, Barry, 18

Faunce, dilliam H. P., 11

Fauver, Edgar, 17

Fauver, Edwin, career summarized, 17; appointed, 1916, 15; fraternity conditions provoke wrath of, 24; jurisdiction over intercollegiate athletics, 24; conflict over "professionalism," 24; University Marshall at Valentine inauguration, 25; stadium named for, 38

Faxon, Nathaniel W., appointed director of School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; career summarized, 20; quoted on building of Medical Center, 21; takes part in dedication of Medical Center, 21; School of Nursing under his jurisdiction, 21; leaves School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1935, 28

Fay, William W., 1855, 6

Fayerweather, Daniel B., 11

Federal aid, sought, 1854, 6

Federal Emergency Relief Administration, 27

Feld, Cora (Hochstein), 1935, 27

Fenn, Wallace O., appointed professor of physiology at School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; career summarized, 20; gives talk, "The House that George Built," 20; member of National Academy of Sciences, 33; an original recipient of Distinguished Senior Professor honor, 36

Fennell, Frederick, ESM 1937, 28; 31; 39

Fenner, Burt L., x1891, 12

Fenninger, Leonard D., SMD 1943, 31

Fenno, Richard F., 36

Fermin, Adelin M. C., 18

Festival of American Music, begun, 1921, 28; held during World War II, 31; post World War II, 39; expanded at 40th anniversary of Eastman School of Music, 39

Fetler, David, ESM A.D.M. 1956, 39

Fewster, J. Donald, 1928, 24

Field, John, 1935, 29

Field Club, 16

Field days, popular in 1380's, 10

Field Secretary, 23

Fillmore, Mrs. Millard, 10

Finances, early needs of University, 6; grow worse during Civil War, 7; 1890's, 11; early 1900's, 15; late 1910's, 17; 1920's, 23; reasons for gaps in history of, 23; 1930's, 26; Medical Center, 1930's, 28; early 1940's, 29; during World War II, 30; late 1940's, 32; 1951, 32; Gilbert's assessment of, ca. 1949, 34; during de Kiewiet decade, 36 See also Fund raising

Fine Arts, offers Master's, 37; department replaces art and archaeology, 36

Fink, Richard J., 1936, 27

Finley, John H., 14

Finucane, Bernard E., 26; 35

Fire, at Granite Building, 1904, destroys University records, 15

Firsts, named chair at University, 3; book by an alumnus, 6; alumnus elected a University trustee, 6; University song, 7; alumnus son of an alumnus, 8; alumnus to obtain senior professorial status at the University, 9; alumnus elected a University trustee, 9; alumnus to become mayor of Rochester, 10; University teacher to have an earned Ph.D., 11; full time office worker at the University, 11; Asiatic student at the University, 12; graduating seniors (1892) to wear caps and gowns, 12; Negro to graduate from the University, 12; woman graduate of University, 13; alumni-elected trustee, 15; woman to teach at university, 15; yearbook dedicated to a professor, 15; engineering degrees given at University, 15; University alumna to receive a Ph.D., 16; graduate of Chinese nationality, 17; woman to receive a Ph.D. at University, 17; alumna to serve on Board of Trustees, 17; lesson taught at Eastman School of Music, 18; woman to receive M. D. at university, 21; first earned Ph.D. awarded by University, 21; woman to earn a University Ph.D. in chemistry, 23; Rhodes scholar from University, 27; Negro admitted to School of Medicine and Dentistry, 28; School of Medicine and Dentistry alumnus elected a University trustee, 28; woman to head a major University department, 29; woman trustee of University, 29; trustee to receive an honorary University degree, 30; University doctorate in education, 37; A.D.M. degree awarded, 39

Fish, Ezra J., 1853, 6

Fish, Frederick S., 1873, 8

Fisher, Carl E., 1931, 27

Fisher, Edgar J., 1906, 16

Fisher, Janet (Brown), School of Nursing 1932, 28

Fitch, Theodore F., 1922, 24

Fitz-Simons, Caro, 1927, See Spencer, Caro (Fitz-Simons), 1927

Flag rush, beginning, 16

Flexner, Abraham, medical education expert, 20; chooses Rochester for a new medical school, 20; approaches Eastman to help finance a medical school, 20; publicly outlines plans for a new medical school, 20; thoughts on Whipple's winning Nobel Prize, 20; quoted on Municipal Hospital as part of medical complex, 20; quoted on medical center, 21; attends dedication of medical center, 21; wishes "full-time teaching" practice kept, 21

Flexner, Simon, 25

Folsom, Benjamin, 1871, 8

Folsom, Marion B., 35

Football, 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; post World War II, 38

Forbes, Charles, 1864, 7

Forbes, George M., 1878, career summarized, 8; faculty career summarized, 9; requests that daughter be allowed to study at University, 13; an early member of the Rochester A.A.U.P., 23; Rush Rhees, Jr. dropped from his philosophy class, 24

Forbes, Helen F. (Allen), ESM master's degree 1933, 7

Forbes, James B., 1899, 7; 33

Forbes, James B., Jr., 1934, 7

Forbes, Janet (Phillips), 1940, 30; 31; 33

Forbes, John F., 1878, 8

Forbes, John V., 1939, 7

Forbes, Thomas R., 1933, 7; 27

Forbes, Thomas R., Jr. 1959, 7

Ford, George H., 36

Ford Foundation, 37

Foreign and Comparative Literature, 36

Foreign languages, combined into one department, 36; offers master's, 37

Foreign students, 1917, 17; late 1940's, 33; 1950's to early 1960's, 38

Foreman, Edward R., 1892, 12

Forensic Society, 38

Forensic Union, 6

Forsyth, Walter S., 1914, 16

Fortnightly Bulletin, 26; 33

Fosdick, Frank S., 1872, 8

Foth, Joseph H., 23

Founders' Court, 37

Fountain, Robert P., ESM 1941, 31

Four course plan, put into effect, 1961, 36

Fowler, Henry, 6

Fox, Charles J., 23

Fox, Francis E., 1943, 30

Fox, George H., 1867, 7

France, Robert R., 36

Frank, Joseph A., 32

Fraternities, Anderson sympathetic toward, 5; early, 6; sentiment toward, 6; 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; on River Campus, 22; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; post World War II, 38

Frawley, Margaret M., 1926, 24

Frederick Douglass Building, 35

"Freedom to Dissent" conference, 38

Freeman, Andrew L., 1851, 6; 8; 10

Freeman, Spencer H., 1875, 8

Freer, Marie, 1931, See Porter, Marie (Freer), 1931

French, Ethel L., 1920, 23; 24

French (R. T.) Company, 36

Freshman camp, 23

Freshman dean, 23

Freshman orientation, 17

Friederich, Sylvia, ESM 1959, 39

Friedlander, Leo, 18

Fresh Bible, 12; 16

Frost, Donald S., 1933, 27

Frugoni, Orazio, 39

Fry, C. Luther, 26

Fry, Marion W., 29; 30

Fulbright, Harry W., 32

"Full-time principle", 21

Fullagar, William A., 37

Fulton, Justin D., 1852, 6

Fund raising, to support removal plans, 1847, 2; for the University, 1850, 3; before University opens, 3; $100,000 pledged, 1864-1865, 7; 1867, 7; after Civil War, 8; 1870's, 8; 1879-1880, 10; 1880's, 10; under Hill, 11; early 1900's, 15; 1919, 17; for "Greater University," 1924, 22; through alumni, late 1940's, 33; Development Fund drive, 1950's, 35; alumni, de Kiewiet era, 36; 1960's, 37 See also State aid

Funston, G. Keith, 34

Futherer, Joseph, 17


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Gade, John A., 17

Gale, Arthur S., 15

Galentine, William O., 1884, 10

Gaily, Merritt, 1863, 7

Gamma Phi, 16; 31

Gamma Sigma, 38

Gannett, Lewis S., x1912, 16

Gannett, Mrs. Mary T. L., active in struggle for coeducation, 13; heads group to raise funds for building for women 15; a Croceus dedicated to, 16; wing in Women's Residence Hall named for, 35

Garden, Mary, 19

Gardiner, Addison, 4

Gardner, Jean Watkeys, 1932, 16

Garnish, Lyle E., 26

Garnish, Richard A., 1949, 38

Garvey, Paul H., 28

Gates, Frederick T., 1877, career summarized, 8; quoted on Martin Brewer Anderson, 5; under consideration as Anderson's successor, 11; heads General Education Board which aids University, 15

Gates, Marshall D., Jr., 32

Gates, Merrill E., 1870, 8; 9; 12

Gates, W. Everett, Jr., ESM 1939, 39

Gaudion, Donald A., 1936, 27; 37

Gavett, Joseph W., 23

Gavett Hall, 33; 37

Gay, Norman R., 1941, 30

General Education Board, gives $200,000 to University, 15; gifts help School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; donates to Strong Memorial Hospital, 21; pledges $1,000,000 to "Greater University," 22; conditionally pledges additional $750,000 to "Greater University," 22

General studies, offers master's, 37

General University catalog, latest 1928, 24

The Genesee, 29; 38

Genesee Baptist Ministerial Association, 11

Genesee Scholarships, 27

Geneseeans, 38

Genhart, Cecile (Staub), 18

Genhart, Herman, 18

Geological Society of America, 26

Geppert, David F., ESM Ph. D. 1958, 39

Gerould, James T., 22

Gibbons, Thomas L., 1956, 38

Gibbs, Charles B. F., 20

Gibson, Edward G., 1959, 36

Gilbert, Clinton 1., 1891, 12

Gilbert, Donald W., 1921, career summarized, 23; teaches economics at University, 24; acting president of University, 32; named provost, 32; interest in graduate work, 32; presides at Community Convocation, November 5, 1950, 33; role between Valentine's leaving and de Kiewiet's arrival, 32; survey by, on "philosophy and objectives" of University, 34; directs Office of University Development, 34; directs Development Fund effort, 35; withdraws from Development Fund drive for health reasons, 35; original director of Canadian Studies program, 36; annual lecture on economics commemorates, 36; dormitory named after, 37

Gilbert, Grove K., 1862, 7

Gilbert, Prentiss B., 1906, 16; 17

Gilbert, William W., 1861, 6; 7; 17

Gilchrist, Donald B., career summarized, 23; overall supervision of Medical Library, 21; plans new library, 22; first president of Faculty Club, 23; death, 1939, 26

Giles, Albert W., 1909, 16

Gilkey, James G., 25

Gillman, Leonard, 36

Gilman, William H., 32

Gilmore, Joseph H., career summarized, 9; advises University Record, 8; applies for Phi Beta Kappa charter for Rochester, 10; organizes a Writers' Club, 12; gives weekly talks to campus Y.M.C.A., 12; lecture on American literature open to women, 1892, 13; retires, 15; referees interscholastic track games, 16

Ginkel, William L., 1942, 30

Ginna, Robert E., 35

Giordani, Luca, 18

Gipner, John F., 28

Givens, M. Parker, 32

Gizmo, 30

Glazunoff, Alexander K., 18

Gleason, Catharine (Crozier), ESM 1936, 28

Gleason, Harold, on Eastman School of Music faculty, 18; guides Organ Club at Eastman School of Music, 19; assists in writing history of Eastman School of Music, 39; becomes head of Eastman School of Music graduate division, 39

Gleason, James K., 26

Glee club, 1860's, 7; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; winner of national contest, 1942, 29; post World War II, 38; 1950's, 38; Women, founded, 16; during World War II, 31

Gliddon, Gordon H., 1915, 17

Glover, Alan E., 1930, 24

Gniewek, Edwin J., 1945, 30

Gniewek, Raymond A., ESM 1953, 39

Goddard, David R., 26

Goldstein, Benjamin, 16

Goldstein, J. Richard, 1932, 27

Goler, George W., 20; 21

Golf, 1950's, 38

Gollin, Richard Y., 36; 38

Goodspeed, Thomas WW., 1863, 7; 11

Goosens, Eugene, 18; 19

Gordon, Edwin S., 21

Gordon, Jacques, 31; 39

Gordon and Kaelber, an architect for Eastman School of Music, 18; architects for Medical Center, 21; prepare preliminary sketches for Oak Hill campus, 22; architects for Oak Hill (River) campus, 22

Gorsline, Richard and Son, 6

Gorton, Frank H., 23

Gorton Thomas A., ESM 1932 (also master's and Ph.D.), 28

Gosnell, Harold F., 1918, 17

Government, set off from history, 1934, 23; becomes political science, 36

Gowen, Fred H., 1932, 27

Graduate degrees, statistics, 32

Graduate Living Center, 37

Graduate Manager, 17

Graduate Record Examination, 30

Graduate school, considered, 17; during World War II, 30; language requirements, 30; post war planning, 30; after World War II, 32

Graduate Student Council, 37

Graduate work, 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; enrollment falls during World War II, 29; name of division changed, 29; de Kiewiet era, 37; Eastman School of Music, 1930's, 28; 1950's, 39

Graduates, life work of class of 1851 members, 4; statistics on first ninety-five years, 30; number, 1948, 1949, 1950, 33

Graduates, Prominent, 1850's, 6; 1860's, 7; late 1860's-1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1889-1890's, 12; 1900-1913, 16; 1914-1919, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 30; late 1940's-1951, 33; 1950's, 36; Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; early 1940's, 31; post World War II, 39; School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1930's, 28; during World War II, 31

Graduation, See Commencement and commencement-related activities

Graham, John W., Jr., 37 Graham, Martha, 19

Grammar School, 3

Granite Building, 15

Grant, Margaret, 39

Grant, Richard H., 1909, 16

Gray, James I., 1925, 35

Gray, Mason D., 1897, 12

Greater University fund raising drive, 1924, 22

Greater University Program, 37

Green, Russel F., 36

Greene, Richard (non-student), 12

Greene, Richard L., 1926, 23; 24

Grice, David S., 1935, 27

Gronicka, Andre V., 1933, 27

Grose, Howard B., 1876, 10; 12

Guarino, Donna (Magendanz), ESM 1960, 39

Gun Club, 1890's, 12

Gunderson, Norman G., 32

Guzzeta, Anthony J., 1915, 37

Gymnasium, Alumni, See Alumni Gymnasium

Gymnasium (Women's), 35

 

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Habein, Margaret L., 34; 36; 37

Hafner, Everett M., 36

Hahn, Paul F., SMD Ph.D. 1937, 28

Hale, Edward Everett, 10

Hale, Ezra A., 1916, 17, 52; 35

Hale, Josephine (Booth), 1917, 17; 35

Hale, William B., 1885, 10; 15

Hall, Albert G., 1

Hall, Courtney R., x1917, 17

Hall, Robert B., Jr., 36

Hamilton, Charles A., 1889, 10

Hamilton, Francis C., 17

Hamilton, Harriet (Davis), 1942, 31

Hamilton, James A., 1898, 12

Hamilton, William, 5

Hamilton Institution, described, 1840's, 2 See also Madison University (name, 1846-1890)

Hanford, Helen (Ellwanger), 1904, 16

Hanford, James H., 1904, 16

Hanhardt, Arthur Y., 26

Hanson, Howard, career summarized, 18; encourages American composers, 19; Eastman School yearbook dedicated to, 19; directs concert at Valentine inaugural, 25; composes and arranges music for "Centennial Ode," 33; gives Centennial Baccalaureate sermon, 33; speaks at Community Convocation, November 4, 1950, 33; saluted at twenty-fifth anniversary of Eastman School, 39; states objectives of Eastman School, 39; conducts on Eastman Philharmonia's 1961-62 tour, 39; The Score dedicated to, 39; appointed distinguished Senior Professor, 39; retirement as director announced, 39; appointed head of Institute of American Music, 39; agrees to stay on after statutory retirement age, 39

Hanson Interfaith Chapel, See Howard Hanson Interfaith Chapel

Hargrave, Thomas J., 26; 35

Harkness, William, 1858, career summarized, 6; University library receives books from his estate, 15; campus building named for 33; Stand-By publishes biographical tribute, 1958, 36

Harkness Hall, built, 1946, 33; named for William Harkness, Class of 1858, 6; also houses AFROTC, 35; addition, 37

Harman, S Park, Jr., 1909, 16

Harmon, Rawson, 3

Harootunian, Harry D., 36

Harper, William R., 14

Harriet Seelye House, 27; 35

Harrington, Joseph E., 1910, 16

Harris, Albert H., 1881, 10

Harris, Daniel, 22

Harris, Donald, 1919, 24

Harris, Ira, proposes amendment to Madison charter, 2; made chancellor of University, 3; nominal head of University, 3; not present at University opening, 4; addresses first University commencement, 4; considered as first president, 5; retains chancellorship, 5; presides at commencement rites, 6; as U.S. senator offered suggestions on Civil War by Anderson, 7; name on mace, 25

Harris, Tracy H., 8

Harris, William H., 1858, 6; 9

Harris, William T., 12

Harrison, Guy Fraser, 18; 19; 31; 39

Hartmann, Arthur, 18

Harvey, Howard G., 26

Hascall, Daniel, 2

Hasty, D. Stanley, ESM 1941, 39

Havens, James Dexter, x1922, 24

Havens, James S., 22

Havens, Raymond Dexter, 1902, career summarized, 15; writes of European travels for Campus, 16; on English faculty, 16; serves as "Y" secretary in Paris during World War I, 17

Havens, Samuel M., 1899, 12

Hawks, Thomas H., 35

Hawley, William E., 1921, 35

Hawn, Harold G., ESM 1949, 39

Hayden, Ferdinand V., 6

Hays, David, 1878, 8

Hazing, between underclassmen, 8; in 1880's:, 10; frowned upon, 38

Hazlett, McCrea, 34; 37; 39

Healy, Daniel W., Jr. 36

Redden, William D., 1851, 2

Hedges, Rufus, 1926, 24

Hedley, Charles A., 1920, 19

Heer, Clarence, 1914, 17

Helen Bragdon House, 27; 35

Helen Wood Hall, 28; 31; 37

Hellenic Council, founded, 16; revived, 17; office of impartial arbiter created, 24; draws up uniform social code, 1954, 38

Helmkamp, Ralph W., 1911, 16

Hemenway, Ruth A., 34

Henckell, Esther, 1919, See Ratcliffe, Esther (Henckell), 1919

Hendl, Walter 18; 39

Hendrickson, Roy H., 1913, 15

Hennington, Howard, 1935, 27

Henry, Clarence J., 1925, 24

Henry, Paul, 36

Herdle, George L., 17

Herdle, Gertrude, See Moore, Gertrude (Herdle)

Hersey, Carl K., 26; 35

Heumann, Sol, 32

Higher education institution of, for Rochester discussed 1840's, Chapter 1, passim.

Hildebrand, Joel H., 25

Hill, David Jayne, elected president, 10; 11; background, 11; as an administrator, 11; as an author, 11; accepts presidency, 11; spends year 1888-1889 in Europe, 11; inaugurated (in absentia) June 19, 1889, 11; inaugural address, 11; assumes presidency, 11; as welcomed by students, 11; attempts to make University more non-sectarian, 11; strengthens "town and gown" ties, 11; gives resignation at 1895 trustees' meeting, 11; resignation becomes public, 11; trustees' accept resignation, 11; elected trustee, 11; accomplishments as president, 11; political interests and career, 11; felt need for "college spirit," 12; speaks at University semi-centennial anniversary, 1900, 12; thoughts on women at University, 12; unwilling, early 1890's, to commit himself on coeducation, 13; "gives blessing" to entry of women, 1891, 13; in favor of a coordinate college, 1892, 13; Rhees promotes his candidacy for senate, 14; speaks at chapel, 16; for Oak Hill as a campus site, 22; not present at River Campus dedication, 25; papers presented to library, 35

Hill, J. Lawrence, 26

Hill, L. Alfreda, 23

Hillel Chapter, 38

Hinman, Robert B., 32

History,of University written, 1927, 22

History clubs, early 1900's, 16

Hobart, a football rival, early 1900's, 16; football suspended with as a result of 1947 game, 38

Hochstein, Cora, 1935, See Feld, Cora (Hochstein), 1935

Hochstein School, See David Hochstein School

Hochstetter, Ralph, 37

Hockey, of early 1900's, 16

Hodge, Harold C., 28; 31

Hoe, Robert J., 1944, 30

Hoehn, Edward G. Jr., 1930, 24

Hoeing, Augusta (Laney), 27; 29

Hoeing, Charles, career summarized, 11; replaces Bliss as Dean of Men, 15; librarian, 1901-1905, 15; early member of Rochester chapter of A.A.U.P., 23; appointed Dean of Graduate Studies, 23; dormitory named for, 35

Hoeing, Mrs. Charles, See Hoeing, Augusta (Laney)

Hoelscher Elizabeth (Thulin), 1930, 27

Hoffman, Robert B., 1933, 27

Hoffmeister, J. Edward, career summarized, 23; service during World War II, 29; quoted on V-12 days, 30; named Dean of College for Men, 29; becomes Dean of the College of Arts and Science, 29; speaks at Community Convocation, November 4, 1950, 33; chief administrator of College of Arts and Science, 34; returns to teaching and research, 1956, 34; 37

Hoffmeister, Ruth (Tuthill), 1925, 35

Holland, Frederick W., champions cause of higher education in Rochester, 1; decries denominational character of proposed university, 1847, 1; quoted on relationship to proposed university, 1; for removal plans, 2; quoted on removal, 2; donates books to library, 6

Hollister, Emily Weed, 35

Holmes, Alice (Booth), 1913, 16

Holt, Hamilton, 16

Holt, Luther E., 1875, 8; 15

Holtfreter, Johannes F. K., 32

Home economics, training in, 1920's, 23

Honor system in examinations, adopted, 1912, 16; early years, 16; affect of World War I on, 17; revival considered, 1920's, 24

Honorary degrees, given at first commencement, 4; conferred at commencements, 1850's, 6; changes in 1890's, 12; Rhees' attitude toward, 14; 16; committee on set up, 1910, 16; 1920's, 24; method of selection for, late 1930's, 27; late 1940's, 33; 1950's to early 1960's, 36

Honors courses, added, 1870's, 8; early 1900's, 15; re-established (1926), 15; 23

Honors Division, Arvin's part in development of, 23; founding, 26; during World War II, 31; growth in late 1940's, 33

Honors Program, 36

Hood, J. Douglas, career summarized, 23

Hooker, Albert H., x1886, 12

Hooker, Elon Huntington, 1891, 12; 14

Hooker, Mrs. Zion Huntington, 32

Hooker, Harry M., 1894, 12; 32

Hooker, Horace W., 1901, 12

Hooker, Paul, 1899, 12

Hopeman (A. W.) and Sons, 18; 22; 35

Hopeman Chime, 37

Hopeman Engineering Building, 37

Hopeman Family, 37

Hopkins, Robert Z., 29

Hopkinson, Charles, 14

Horler, Frances L., 32

Horsford, Howard C., 36

Houghton, Amory, 26

Houghton, Charles F., 22

Houlihan Anne, 1946, See Vanderschmidt, Anne (Houlihan) (Keefe), 1946

House Un-American Affairs Committee, 38

Housing, civilian men students during World War II, 30

Hovde, Frederick L., 26; 27; 29

Howard, John R., 1857, 6

Howard, William R., 1954, 35

Howard Hanson Interfaith Chapel, 39

Howe, Alonzo J., 1856, 6

Howland, Joe W., 31

Hoyt, C. Grandison, 1924, career summarized, 24; on Board of Trustees, 24; 35; gives funds for a building, 37

Hoyt Hall, 24; 37

Hubbell, Walter S., 1871, 8; 14; 15

Hudson, Winthrop S. 33

Huehn, Julius, 39

Hull, Robert B., 1871, 6

Hull Prize, 6; 24

Hull, University of, 36

Human Rights Conference, 33

Humanities Conference, 38

Hummell, David F., 1923, 24

Humphrey, Heman, 4

Hungerford, Edward, 22

Hunt, Ebenezer W. 1873, 8

Hunt, Emory W., 1884, 10

Hunt, Washington, 4

Huntington, Elon, 3; 9; 11

Hutchinson, Eliot D., 23

Hutchison, Charles F., x1898, career summarized, 12; becomes trustee, 1932, 26; gives residence to Eastman School of Music, 39; The Score dedicated to, 39

Hutchison House, 39


I



In Medias Res , 27

Inch, Herbert, ESM 1925, 19; 39

The Indicator, 27

Innominata Society, 6

Inquiry, 38

Institute of American Music, 18; 39

Institute of Applied Optics, See Institute of Optics Institute of Government, proposed, 30

Institute of Musical Art, founding and function, 18; purchased by Eastman and given to University, 18; building used as an Eastman School dorm, 18; makes use of music library in Sibley Hall, 18; former faculty members on Eastman School faculty, 18

Institute of Optics, Wilkins acts as director, 23; announced, 1928, 23; financing, 23; purpose, 23; becomes part of College of Engineering, 1961, 23; 37; 1930's, 26; during World War II, 29; after World War II, 32; Kodak gives money to, 35; 1950's, 36

Institute of Social Relations, recommended, 35

Institute of Social Studies, proposed, 30

Integration of Campuses, 1955, See Merger of campuses

Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States, 16

Intercollegiate Press Association, 12

Interfaith Collegiate Religious Association, 27

Inter-Hall Council, 38

Interpres, founding and description, 6; appears in magazine format, 7; 1870's, 8; 1927 issue dedicated to Forbes, 9; 1880 s, 10; 1890's, 12; 1900's, 16; policy toward women, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; 31; 1951 rated excellent by Associated College Press, 38; post World War II, 38

Intersorority Council, 16

Italian, 15

Iturbi, Jose; 28; 31

Ivers, Leone N., 21

 

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Jackling, Violet, 1923, See Somers, Violet (Jackling), 1923

Jacks, Lawrence P., 25

Jackson, Edith L., x1910, 16

Jacobstein, Meyer, x1904, 16; 17

Jazz Society, 38

Jennewein, Paul, 18

Jesters, 38

Jewett, Milo P., 7

Jewish students, Anderson's interest in, 10

Jubilee Dinner, 24

Judson Society of Inquiry, 4; 6

Junior Exhibitions, 6

Junior Year Abroad, 36


K



Kai Gar, nickname of Asahel C. Kendrick and Ryland Kendrick, 3

Kaiser, Albert D., 1909, career summarized, 16; elected honorary Phi Beta Kappa, 16; on Board of Trustees, 16; 26; heads trustee committee to find Valentine successor, 34; general chairman of Development Fund drive, 35; withdraws from Development Fund drive for health reasons, 35

Kaleidoscope, 27; 38

Kaltreider, Nolan W., 28

Kantrowicz, Arthur, 37

Kaplan, Morton F., 36

Kappa Beta Phi, 16

Kappa Nu, sophomore class society, 8

Kappa Nu, founded, 1911, 16; merges, 1961, with Phi Epsilon Pi, 16; recognized, 1931, 17; 27; donates track trophy, 27; pitches tent on site allotted for their future home, 29; erects fraternity house, 1954, 38; See also Phi Epsilon Pi

Kappa Phi Kappa, 24

Kappa Sigma Phi, 19

Kaskas, Anna, 39

Kaufmann, R. James, 36; 38

Kay, Ulysses S., ESM 1940, 31

Keating, Kenneth B., 1919, 17; 37

Kefer, Paul A., 18

Keiber, Edward J., x1910, 16

Keideans, 24

Keil, John M., 33

Keller, Morton, 1950, 33

Kelly, Robert, described, as a trustee, 3; suggested as president of University, 3; Plan of Instruction ... , 3; ideas on president, 5; chairman of committee to select first president, 5; expresses reservations regarding Anderson as president, 5; resigns as trustee, 6; importance in history of University, 6; Plan of Instruction as related to science not a success, 6; reports on instruction, 6; awarded honorary degree, 6

Kelly, William, 6; 8

Kelsey, Francis W., 1880, 10

Kelvin, Lord, 14

Kendrick, Asahel C., career summarized, 3; teacher at Hamilton Institute, 2; perhaps originator of idea of removal, 2; quoted on removal, 2; seeks college leaders' support for removal, 2; incorrectly rumored to stay at Madison, 2; first in charge of library, 4; gives invocation at University opening, 4; chairs early faculty meetings, 4; gives first disciplinary action, 4; presents special lectures, 4; gives invocation at first commencement, 4; goes to Europe for health, 5; under consideration as first president, 5; prefers Kelly for president, 5; heads academic administration before Anderson arrives, 6; goes abroad, 1852-53, 6; member of library committee, 6; gives address at Anderson Hall dedication, 6; thoughts on fraternities, 6; speaks at ceremonies for Quinby, 7; speaks at 1861 commencement, 7; outlines University needs, 7; in charge of 1863 graduation, 7; pranks played on, 8; portrait given University, 8; speaks for faculty at Anderson's twenty-fifth anniversary as president, 8; salary $3,000 a year, 9; alumni consider erecting statue to, 16; reads citation for Anderson's honorary degree, 27

Kendrick, Nathaniel, 2

Kendrick, Nathaniel C., 1921, 24

Kendrick, Ryland M., 1889, career summarized, 11; inherits nickname Kai Gar, 3; teaches at University, 12; at Valentine inaugural, 25; reads citation for Valentine's honorary degree, 1939, 27

Kendrick Dormitory, 15; 16; 27

Kennan, George, 23

Kennan, Kent W., ESM 1934, 28

Kent, Charles S., ESM 1938, Master's 1939, Ph.D. 1951, 28

Ketchum firm, 35

Keutmann, E. Henry, 28

The Keynote, 19

Kilbourn Hall, 18

Kilbourn Quartette, 39

Killam, S. Douglas, 16

Killip, Ellsworth P., 1911, 16

King, J. Percival, 15

King, Rolf E. P., 1926, 24

King, Ronald W. P., 1927, 24

King, Stanley, 25

Kingslake, Rudolph, 23

Kirk, William, 15

Klem, Margaret C., 1918, 17

Klingenberg, Alf, a founder of the Institute of Musical Art, 18; influence on Eastman, 18; appointed director of the Eastman School, 18; seeks Eastman School faculty in Europe, 18; on faculty of Eastman School, 18; resigns as director of Eastman School, 18; piano soloist for Philharmonic, 19

Knapp, Jacob, 2

Knebel, Oscar, 10

Knight, John, 1893, 12

The Knights of Stygian Gloom, 12

Knitzer, Joseph, 39

Koch, Robert G., 1945, 31

Koegler, Conrad R., x1912, 15; 16

Kohn, Lawrence A., 20

Koller, Kathrine, 29; 29; 35

Konraty, Nicholas, 18

Koos, Earl L., 29

Korean W ar, 32; 38

Kornberg, Arthur, SMD 1941, 31

Kraft, Arthur, 28

Kramer, Richard T., 1943, 30

Kraybill, Richard R., 32

Kreyer, Carl T., 1863, 7; 16

Krihak, Elizabeth, 1947, See Lansdale, Elizabeth (Krihak), 1947

Kubik, Gail T., ESM 1934, 28

Kuhn, C. John, 1922, 24

Kuichling, Emil 1868, 8

Kunz, Gerald, 18


L

Laboratory, for chemistry in Anderson Hall, 8

Lamond, Frederick, 18

La Montaine, John M., ESM 1942, 31

Lamson, Fred L., 1896, 15; 12

Land, added to University holdings, 1950's and early 1960's, 37

Landow, Max, 18; 39

Landsberg, Mrs. Max, 13

Lane, Louis G., ESM 1947, 39

Langslow, H. Acton, x1908, 16

Lanni, Hazel (Lush), 1914, 22

Lansdale, Bruce M., 1946, 33

Lansdale, Elizabeth (Krihak), 1947, 33

Language and linguistics, 36

Larson, Arthur, 39

Larson, Robert P., 1939, 27

La Salle, Rene Robert, 22

Lattimore, Samuel A., 9; 10; 11; 13

Lattimore Hall, 22; 26; 33

Lauterbach, Carl W., 1925, 27; 29

Law school, discussed by trustees, 6; considered by Rhees, 14; considered, 15; 22; 23

Lawless, Matthew D., 1909, 16; 17

Lawrence, Henry E., 1889, on University faculty, 11; 12; purchases automobile, 15; helps draw up plans for a science building, 15; attends Valentine inauguration, 25

League of Nations, University students favor entry into, 1935, 29

Lear, Floyd S., 1917, 17

Lectureships, Cutler, 23; Rosenberger, 23

Lee, Dwight E., 1921, 24

Lee, Henry W., 4

Leet, Horace W., 23

Leinsdorf, Erich, 39

Leonard, Robert, 39

Lessen, Martin, 36

Letchworth, William P., 5

"Let's Learn Spanish" radio program, 30

Lewis, Simeon, 22

Library, location in former United States Hotel, 4; early development, 4; growth in 1850's, 6; languishes during Civil War, 7; in Sibley Hall, 8; Morey devises a classification scheme for, 9; growth continues in 1880's, 10; 1890's, 11; 1900's, 15; under McMillen, 17; Rush Rhees, described, 22; 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; during World War II, 29; cafeteria in basement of, during World War II, 30; late 1940's, 33; enlarged 35; gifts during 1950's, 35; Middle States evaluation, 37; physical changes, 1950's, 37; growth 1950's, 37 See also Sibley Hall, Sibley Music Library;

Library -- School of Medicine and Dentistry, created, 21; 1930's, 28; See also Miner Library

Lichty, John A., 28

Liddell, Donald, 18

Liesching, Harriet, 37

Line, Willard R., 1912, 16; 17

Ling, Chen-Ping, 1918, 17

Linguistics, Ph.D. offered in, 37

Linowitz, Sol M., 35

Literary censorship, 1962, 38

Literary societies, organized, 4; described, 4; put out burlesque leaflets, 6; nemesis, 6; revivals unsuccessful, 8

"Literature and the Arts in Contemporary Society" conference, 38

Little, Ernest, 1911, 16

Little Symphony Orchestra, 31; 39

The Littoral, 27

Livingston, Clarence A., 18; 26

Location of campus, See Campus location

Loder and Chapin, 22

Loeser, Oscar E., Jr., 1923, 24

Lograsso, Angeline H., 1917, 17

Lohmann, Carl A., 26

Lomb, Henry, 22

Long, T. Richard, 1920, 23; 24; 32

Longmire, Conrad L., Graduate School 1948, 33

Lord, Glen R., 1911 30

Lord, Wilma L., 1918, 17

Love, G. Fred 12

Love, John, 1868, 16

Love, William F., 1903, 16

Lovejoy, Frank W., 35

Low, Seth, 14

Lowe, Harriet (Van Horne), 1940, 30

Lowe, Jack W., ESM 1938, 28

Lowthrope School of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, 30

Luckey, Samuel, 1; 2

Luitwieler, Sally, 1952, See Druckenmiller, Sally (Luitwieler), 1952

Lundgren, Lawrence W., 36

Lush, Hazel, 1914, See Lanni, Hazel (Lush), 1914

Lutheran Students Association, 38

Lyman, Peter R., 1947, 38

Lynch, Ida, 37

Lynch, James R., 1885, 10

Lyon, Don W., 34; 37

Lyon, Edmund, 1877, career summarized, 8; chapel organ precentor, 8; typical day, 8; trustee, 15


M

Maas, Gerald, 18

MacArthur, Robert S., 1867, 7; 9; 11; 12

McBride, David A., 37

McBurney, Clarence S., 10

McCall, Samuel W., 17

McCambridge, Robert H., 34

McCann, William S., 20; 31

McConville, Monica (Mason), 1935, 27

McCoy, Oliver R., SMD 1942, 31

McCurdy, Gilbert J. C., 29

McCurdy & Company 31

McCurdy family, 38

McCutchen, Charles W., 14; 15

McDiarmid, Alice (Morrissey), 1929, 24

Mace and baton, 25

McFarland, Roberta (Peters), 1922, 35

McGhee, James E., 1919, 17; 37

McGhee, Paul A., 1921, 24

McGill, James D., 23

McGuire, Gerald S., 1931, 27

McHose, Allen I., ESM 1927, 28; 39

McKay, George, ESM 1923, 19

McKee, Paul, V-12, 30

McKelvey, George I., 1950, 36

Mackenzie, Hugh, 23

McKenzie, Lionel, 36

McKim, Mead, and White, 18; 21; 22

Mackown, Marjorie (Truelove), 18

MacLean, Basil C., 28; 31

MacLean, Robert A., 23

McManus, Marion, 1930, See Spencer, Marion (McManus), 1930

McMillen, James A., 17; 23

MacNabb, George, 18

Macomber, Francis A., 1859, 6; 9

McPherson, R. Bruce, 1955, 38

McQuilkin, William W., 37

MacQuown, William C., Jr., 1938, 27

McShea, Joseph M., x1924, 24

MacVicar, Malcolm, 1859, 6

Madison High Annex, 33

Madison University, 2 See also Hamilton Institution (name before 1846), Removal controversy

Magendanz, Donna, ESM 1960, See Guarino, Donna (Magendanz), ESM 1960

Maginnis, John S., teacher at Hamilton Institution, 2; dismissed and reinstated at Madison, 2; confers with Rochester Baptist leaders on removal, 2; an original University teacher, 3; offers prayers at University opening, 4; dies, 1852, 5

Magoon, Elias L., 10

Mahoney, Earle B., SMD 1934, 28

Maintenance Building, 26

Mairs, John Dow, 24

Mairs (John Dow) Prize, 24

Malone, Eileen, ESM 1928, 28

Mamoulian, Rouben, 19

Management Clinics, 32

Mandolin Club, early 1900's, 16; late 1910's, 17

Manhattan Project, 31

Manly, Richard S., Ph.D. 1938, 28

Mann, Alexander, 1

"Man's Loyalties and the American Ideal" conference, 38

Marble, Manton, 1855, 6

Marcy, William L., 5

Marking, 1915, 17

Marriage, discouraged for School of Medicine and Dentistry students, 1930's, 28

Marsh, Mary E., 1916, 17

Marshak, Robert E. 29

Marsiens, 24; 38

Martirano, Salvatore J., ESM M.M. 1952, 39

Mason, Karl E., 31

Mason, Monica, 1935, See McConville, Monica (Mason), 1935

Master plan, drawn-up for campus, 1906, 15; revised, 1912, 15

Master's degree, restricted after 1878, 8; first offered as an earned degree, 11; standards raised, 15; two programs adopted, 1954, 37

Matheson, Max S., 1940, 30

Mathews, Shailer, 11

Mattill, Henry A., 20

Maurepas Papers, 37

Maxfield, Jane (Crowe), 1905, 14

May, Arthur J., 23; 29

May, Mrs. Arthur J., 26

May, William F., 1937, 27

May Day Festival, 16

Mc Note: Names beginning with "Mc" are interfiled with those beginning with "Mac."

Mechanical engineering, Ph.D. offered in, 37 Mechanics Institute, 15

Medical Center, buildings planned, 21; description of, 21; construction, 21; dedication, 21; problems, 21; Gilbert's assessment, ca. 1949, 34; See also School of Medicine and Dentistry, Strong Memorial Hospital

Medical History Club, 21

Medical training, program with Columbia and Harvard, 15

Mehdevi, Anna Marie (Sinclair), 1940, 30

Meitner, Lisa, 33

Meliora, 27

Memorial Art Gallery, given by Mrs. James Sibley Watson, 17; dedicated, 17; corporate set-up, 17; described, 17; additions, 1926, 1960's, 17; during World War II, 31; growth and services, late 1940's-1950, 33; University Centennial exhibit, 33; receives sundial and some statues from old Sibley Hall, 35; 1950's-early 1960's, 36; uses part of Cutler Union, 1960's, 39

Mendicants, 24

Menihan, John C., 33; 35; 37

Mennin, Peter, ESM 1945, 31; 39

Mennini, Louis, ESM 1947, 39

Men's Dining Center, 35

Men's Residence Hall, 39

Merger of campuses, arguments against, 35; arguments for, 35; studied, 35; prematurely speculated, 35; various viewpoints, 35; endorsed by college faculty, 35; approved by trustees, 35; policy, 35; Carnegie Foundation helps underwrite planning, 35; new buildings needed on River Campus, 35; Middle States Association evaluation, 38; non-academic changes resulting from, 38

Meridian marker, 35

Meriweather, Annette, 1962, 39

Merrell, William D., 1891, 11; 25

Merriam, John C., 21

Merrill, Ruth A., 27

Merritt, Howard S., 32

Merz, Philipp, 22

Metzdorf, Robert F., 1933, 27

Micks, Wilson, 26

Middle States Association, report, 37; evaluation of Trustees, 37; evaluation of University finances, 37; evaluation of and recommendations for graduate work, 37; evaluation of College of Engineering, 37; evaluation of College of Education 37; evaluation of School of Business Administration, 37; evaluation of Evening Session, 37; evaluation of library, 37; evaluation of fraternities, 38; evaluation of extracurricular activities, 38; evaluation of Eastman School of Music, 39; evaluation of Sibley Music Library, 39

Miles, Sarah, 1956, See Watts, Sarah (Miles), 1956

"Milestones in the History of Music" radio broadcasts, 31

Military instruction, added to curriculum, 1917, 17 See also Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Student Army Training Corps

Miller, Alvah S. 1907, 16

Miller, Henry, 38

Miller, Honora A., 1919, 17

Miller, Mary (Boat), 1956, 38

Miller, Mitchell W., ESM 1932, 28; 37

Miller, Shelby A., 36

Millikan, Robert A., 25

Millikan, Elmer B., 1919, 17; 37

Mills, Henry C., 26; 33; 34

Milne, William J., 1868, 8

Miner, Edward G., becomes a trustee, 1910, 15; speaks at chapel, 16; gives to Medical Library, 21; district chairman in Greater University drive, 22; on building committee for Oak Hill campus, 22; furnishes Treasure Room for Rush Rhees Library, 22; chairs plans for dedication of River Campus, 25; heads trustee committee searching for new president, 25; meets Alan Valentine, 25; chairman of trustees, 1937-1945, 26; described, 26; assembles collection on yellow fever at Medical Library, 28; resigns as chairman of trustees, 30; awarded honorary degree, 30

Miner (Edward G.) Library, named, 1952 to honor Miner, 26 See also Library - School of Medicine and Dentistry

Miniature Score, 39

Mining school, considered, 6

Minor, Oscar ., 1933, 27

Minor, Roger, 39

Minstrel band, organized, 6

Miquelle, George, 39

Mitchell, J. Guernsey, 10

Mitchell, Lyndol, ESM M.M. 1951, A.D.M. 1961, 39

Mixer, Albert H., 3; 4; 9

Modern languages, laboratory technique used to teach, 36

Moehlmann, Arthur H., 1928, 24

Moehlmann, Conrad H., x1902, 16

Monroe Community College, 37

Montgomery, Helen B., 13

Moore, Clarence K., 15

Moore, Edward Mott, career summarized, 9; recalls beginning of University at Anderson's twenty-fifth anniversary as president, 8; important in Rochester parks system, 11; seeks funds for University, 11; serves as president of trustees, 11; attempts, 1873, to raise money for a Rochester women's college, 13; views on coeducation, 13; at induction of Rush Rhees, 14; dies, 1902, 15; proposed memorials to, 15; papers given to library, 29

Moore, Gertrude (Herdle), 1918, 17; 17

Moore, Lindley M., 1

Moore, Richard Mott, 1877, 8

Moore, Walden, 26

Morehouse, Henry L., 1858, career summarized, 6; helps win Rockefeller support for the second University of Chicago, 11; speaks at semi-centennial of University, 1900, 12; approaches Rockefeller for funds for University, 15

Morey, William Carey, 1868, faculty career summarized, 9; describes Anderson's role, 5; present at Appomattox, 7; prominent graduate, 8; quoted on University's denominationalism, 11; suggests Hill write a history of European diplomacy, 11; talked of as successor to Hill, 11; patron of history clubs, 12; 16; opinions on extracurricular activities, 12; writes historical address for anniversary, 1900, 12; reclasses library books, 1900, 15; no longer teaches economics and sociology, 17

Morey Club, 24

Morey Hall, 22; 26

Morgan, Lewis Henry, trustees wish to raise funds to acquire his Indian relics, 4; awarded honorary degree, 4; outlines University's needs, 1867, 7; leaves funds and library to University, 10; backs Barleywood Female University 13; attempts, 1873, to raise money for a women's college in Rochester, 13; leaves residuary estate for higher education of women, 13; income from bequest aids University, 15; portrait in Sibley Library, 15; wing in Women's Residence Hall named for, 35; honored by anthropology lectures, 36

Morgan, Mac R., ESM 1940, 31

Morrill Land Grant College Act, 7

Morrissey, Alice, 1929, See McDiarmid, Alice (Morrissey), 1929

Morrissey, Joseph E., 1932, 27; 37

Morse, John F., 1885, 10

Morton, John J., Jr., 20

Moscrip, Virginia 1919, 17

Moss, Lemuel, 1858, 6

Mossel, John W., Jr., 1955, 38

Mother's Day picnic, 38

Motion pictures, at Eastman Theatre, 19

Mount Hope Cemetery, University plot, 6; 10; 14

Moxom, Philip S., 1879, 10

Mu. Phi Epsilon, 19; 39

Mu Rho, 38

Mu Zeta Gamma, 19

Muchmore, William B., 32

Mulligan, Edward W., 20; 21

Mulvihill, Robert, V-12, 30

Mundy, Ezekiel W., 1860, 6; 8

Municipal Hospital, 20

Munn, Mrs. Aristine Pixley, 17

Munn, John P., 1870, 8; 17; 23

Munn (John P.) Fund, 29

Munro, Annette G., 15; 16; 24

Munro, Daniel C., 3

Munro Hall, 27; 33; 39

Munro House, 27

Murlin, John R., 17; 20

Murphy, John, 24

Murphy, Laura, 1935, See Auburn, Laura (Murphy), 1935

Murphy, Raymond J., 1948, 33

Museum, in Dewey Hall, disbanded, 35 See also Ward cabinet

Music, degrees with majors in, 23 See also Eastman School

"Music as a Language" television program, 39

Musical activities and organizations, 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's; 12; early 1900's, 16; 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; post World War II, 38; 1950's, 38

Musical arts, doctorate offered in, 37


N



Nairn, Norman, x1909, 16; 39

Nasset, Edmund S., 31

National Academy of Arts and Science, 32

National Academy of Sciences, 33

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 38

National Defense Education Act, 38

National Institute of Health, 37

National Science Foundation, 37

National Youth Administration, 27

Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, 30; 33; 36

Neander, Johann A. W., 6

Neary, Alcott, 1914, 16

Neary, Margaret, 1913, See Bakker, Margaret (Neary), 1913

Neel, James V., SMD 1944, 31

Neel, W. Robert, x1906, 33

Negro, first to graduate from University, 12; denied admission to School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1937, 28; admitted to School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1947, 28

"The Negro and the Urban Community" conference, 38

Neill, William M., commander of University's V-12 unit, 29; headquarters in Dewey Hall, 30; background and career summarized, 30; quoted on V-12 days, 30; addresses College for Women assembly 31

Neun, Dora E., 1912, 16

"New Frontiers in American Life" conference, 29

New York Intercollegiate Football Association, 12

New York Recorder , 3

New York State Equal Suffrage League, 16

New York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, 24

New York State Intercollegiate Conference, 27

New York State Intercollegiate Union, 16

New York State Thruway, 33

Newcomen Society of England, 33

Newell, George I., 6

Newman Club, 24; 27; 38

Nicandri, Eugene L., 1960, 38

Nichols, Clinton C., 30

Nichols, Edward L., 15

Nixon, T. Carl, 35

Nobel Prize, Whipple co-recipient, 1934, 20; won, 1955, by Vincent du Vigneaud, Ph.D. 1927, 20; 21; won by Henrik Dam, 31; awarded to School of Medicine and Dentistry graduate, 31

Nolan, Thomas, 1879, 8

Non-Western Studies Program, 36

Nordburg, William S., 1937, 27

Nordell, Philip A., 1870, 8

Northcliffe, Lord, 17

The Notebook, 19

Nowak, Frank, 1917, 17

Nowlis, Helen H., 36

Nowlis, Vincent, 36

Noyes, Henry T., 29

Noyes, W. Albert, career summarized, 26; leaves campus on eve of World War II, 29; member of National Academy of Sciences, 33; speaks at de Kiewiet inauguration, 34; becomes Dean of Graduate School, 34; becomes Dean of College of Arts and Science, 34; an original recipient of Distinguished Senior Professor, 36; what seeks as Dean, 37

NROTC, See Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps

Nu Omega Phi, 16

Nursing education, at School of Medicine and Dentistry, 21; degrees in, 23; speeded-up during World War II, 31

Nursing Alumnae Association, 21

 

O

O Mater Academica Rocestriensis, 15

Oak Hill site, begins as a brainstorm by Todd, 22; pros and cons as a campus site, 22; discussion of, as a college site, 22; site reported chosen by Rochester press, 22; committee of trustees vote to recommend as a campus site, 22; Oak Hill Country Club agrees to sell for campus, 22; history of, 22; plans for expansion announced to public, 22; architecture for campus, 22; proposed campus buildings, 22; ground broken, May 21, 1927, 22; former club house destroyed by fire, 22; grounds, 22; cost of campus, 22; officially to be known as River Campus, 22

O'Brien, Brian, 26; 29; 36

O'Connor, Evelyn, 1903, 7

O'Connor, Joseph, 1863, 7

Ocorr, David R., 1951, 38

Oelheim, Helen, ESM certificate 1928, 19

Office of Research Administration, 37

Ogburn, William F., 25

O'Grady, James M. E., 1885, 10

O'Hern, John F., 14

O'Hern, Joseph P., 1892, 12; 32

Okubo, Susumu, Ph.D. 1958, 36

Olds, George E., 1873, 8; 9; 14

Oliver, Julian D., 1923, 24

Olmsted, Frederick Law, 22

Olsan, Hiram, 1905, 33

Olympian Literary Society, See Delphic Society

Omega Epsilon Phi, 24

Ondrejka, Ronald R., ESM 1953, 39

"The Open and the Closed Society" conference, 38

Opera, at Eastman School of Music, 19; 39

Opera Under the Stars, 39

Opera Workshop, 39

Oppenheim, David J., ESM 1947, 39

Optical science, 23 See also Institute of Optics

Optometry, instruction ceases, 1934, 23; 26; proposal for school rejected, 36

Oracle, See Delphic Oracle

Organ, taught, for motion picture theaters, 18

Organizations, See Extracurricular activities and organizations

Osseck, William F. ESM 1941, 39

Otis, Elwell S., 1858, career summarized, 6; Rochester pays tribute to, 12; cheered at Rhees induction, 14; portrait in Sibley Library, 15

Ouden Adelon, 6

Outer Loop, 37

Overhiser, John C., 1854, 6


P



Packard, Laurence B., career summarized, 17; students buy books for library, 17; views on World War I, 17; serves in A.E.F. in Siberia, 17; prompts Campus story of new campus, 1920, 22; quoted on honorary societies, 24

Paderewski, Ignace J., 18

Paine, Willis S., 1868, 7; 8

Palmer, Francis B., 1858, 6

Palmer, Robert M., ESM 1938, 28

Palmgren, Selim, 18

Palvino, Lawrence R., 1959, 38

Pan-American Scholarship, 30

Pancost, Edwin, 3

Pancost, Edwin H., 1862, 7

Parents Fund, 37

Parents' Weekend, 38

Parker, Jane Marsh, 13

Parrinello, John R., 1960, 38

Parrish, Maxfield, 18

Patrylak, Daniel J., ESM 1954, 39

Pattison, Robert B., 1899, 12

Paul, Carl F., x1905, 16

Paviour, Ernest A., 1910, aids in founding a student press club, 1911, 16; publicizes University, 16; a trustee, 16; 26; is for a salaried alumni secretary, 17; chairs centennial commit-tee, 33; co-chairman of Development Fund drive, 35

Payne, John Howard, 18

Payne, Sereno E., 1864, 7

Pearl Harbor, immediate effect upon University, 29; reaction at College for Women, 31

Pearse, Herman L., 28

Pechstein, Louis A., 17

Peck, Everard, 3; 6

Peck, Henry Everard, 4

Penny, George Barlow, teaches music appreciation, 15; appointed musical director, 1911, 16; director of Rochester Conservatory of Music, 18; takes charge of men's glee club, 18; on Eastman School of Music faculty, 18; writes "The Eastman Hymn," 19; first Eastman School yearbook dedicated to, 19

Performers' Certificate, 39

Perkins, Dexter, career summarized, 17; analyses World War I events for campus and community, 17; serves in France during World War I, 17; patron of Political Discussion Club, 24; meets with Valentine after offered University presidency, 25; speaks at centennial student convocation, November 6, 1950, 33

Perkins, James B., 1867, 7

Perrin, William A., 12

Peters, Roberta, 1922, See McFarland, Roberts (Peters), 1922

Peth, Iola (Aab), 21

Petzhold, William A., x1897, 12

Pfaudler Company, 37

"The Phaeton," 16

Phi Beta Kappa, Rochester chapter founded, 10; 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 16; restricts elections, 1914, 17; changes, 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; two University School students elected to, 1948; 32; post World War II, 38

Phi Epsilon, 10; 16; 24 See also Theta Chi

Phi Epsilon Pi, 16; 22

Phi Kappa Alpha, 8

Phi Kappa Psi, 25

Phi Mu Alpha, 19; 39

Phi Sigma Iota, 24; 27

"The Phiddists," 17; 24

Phillips, Burrill, ESM 1932, 28; 39

Phillips, Janet, 1940, See Forbes, Janet (Phillips), 1940

Phillips, Warren W., 1937, 27

Ph.D. degree, considered, 1901, 15; developments, 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; numbers to 1962, 37 See also Graduate work

Philosophy, psychology taken off, 1918, 17; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Phinney, Frank D., 1878, 8

Phinney, Herman K., 1877, 8; 12; 15

Phoenix, 38

Photephian Literary Society, 10 See also Phi Epsilon, Theta Chi

Physical expansion, 1950's and early 1960's, 37

Physicians, local, relationship to School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20

Physics, split into physics and astronomy, 36; Ph.D. offered in, 37

Pillard, Matthew J., 1938, 27

The Pioneer, 28

Pithonian Society, 4; 6; 7

Plan of Instruction to be Pursued in the Collegiate Department , 3

Plant pathology, 17

Platt, Charles A., 22

Platt, Joseph B., 1937, 27; 29

Plutzik, Hyam, 32; 38

Polidor, Robert, V-12, 30

Political Discussion Club, 24

Political interests of students, early 1900's, 16; 1930's, 27; election of 1940, 29; 1950's to early 1960's, 38

Political science, offers master's, 37

Polyphonic choir, 39

Pommerenke, Wesley T., 28

Porter, Marie (Freer), 1931, 27

Postal station, opened in Todd Union, 37

Potter, Harmon S., 1938, 36

Potter, Milton G. 1864, 7

Pougin, Arthur, 18

Powell, Richard R. B., 1911, 16

Power, Helen (Blackburn), 1927, 24

Pranks, early 1900's, 16; late 1910's, 17; 1920's, 24

Pray, Henry P., x1911, 16

Pre-engineering, program with Cornell, 1903, 15

Premru, Raymond E., ESM 1956, 39

"Prentiss Gilbert School", a proposed name for University Extension, 30

President, search for first, 3; 5; choosing successor to Anderson, 11; choosing successor to Hill, 14; choosing successor to Rhees, 25; choosing successor to Valentine, 34; "President's Cabinet" 34

President's home, 1868-1932, 7; new one under consideration for Hills, 11; Rhees moves to Eastman House, 14; Eastman House serves until 1948, then another chosen, 25; former becomes Harriet Seelye House, 27; Eastman House ceases to be, 33; Babcock House becomes, 32; 33 Hutchison House under consideration, 39

Press, Joseph, 18

Price, Ernest B., 1913, 16

Prince Street Campus, becomes name for women's campus, 22; See also under Women

Prizes, Hull, 6; Junior, 6; Sophomore, 6; Freshman, 6; Dewey, 6; Davis, 7; Stoddard, 7; of 1870's, 8; Rosenberger, 10; Elizabeth M. Anderson, 12; Society of the Colonial Dames, 12; new ones and changes, early 1900's, 16; Susan Colver Rosenberger, 23; in French studies to honor Arvin, 23; one to honor Hugh Mackenzie, 23; McGill Prize in Government, 23; apathy toward, 1920's, 24; Terry, 24; Rigby Wile, 24; John Dow Mairs, 24; Tuttle, 24; to honor Appelt, in German, 26; Alexander, 26; Cashing, 28; Stephens, 28; established by Theta Eta, 31

Pro Romantico , 27

Professorships, Burbank, 6; Harris, 8; Gilmore, 9; Trevor, 9; 11; Deane, 9; Watson, 10; Fayerweather, 11; Carnegie, 15; Houghton, 22; Yates, 22

Prologue, 29; 38

Prosser, Clifford L., 1929, 24

Provost, office created, 23; 32; office filled, 32; office revived, 37

Prozeller Peter J., 1937, 33

Psi Psi, 8

Psi Upsilon, organized at Rochester, 6; hosts national convention, 1888, 10; has a house, 10; 12; hosts national convention, 1908, 16; house purchased by University for a dorm, 22; 27; fire in house, 1956, 38; celebrates centennial, 38; proposes to erect flagpole, 38

Psychology, detached from philosophy, 17; separated from education, 23

Public relations, early 1900's, 16

Publications, some faculty subsidized, 32

Puffer, Charles C., 1863, 7

Pulitzer Prize, won by Hanson, 1944, 18; awarded Bernard Rogers, 28; in music, three recipients were students under Rogers, 28; won by Kubik, ESM 1934, 28; awarded to Ward, ESM 1939, 28

Pund, Dorothy, ESM 1928, See Allen, Dorothy (Pund), ESM 1928

 

Q

Quaint, Glenn W., 1942, 29

Quilting Club, 33; 38

Quinby, Isaac F., career summarized, 3; interviewed by Anderson for position at University, 5; fears solvency of University, 6; home built on campus property, 6; Civil War service, 7; portrait given to University, 1874, 8; University acquires former home for office space, 23

Quinby Chess Club, 6


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Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 18

Radiation biology, Ph.D. offered in, 37

Radio, at Eastman School of Music, 19; weekly lectures over, 23; graduation ceremonies broadcast, 24; broadcasts from Eastman School during World War II, 31

Raimi, Ralph A., 36

Raines, Eugene, 1902, 22

Ramaker, Albert J., 1895, 12; 16

Ramaker, Benjamin A., 1910, 16

Ramaker, George W., 1909, 16

Randolph, John A. F., 32

Ratcliffe, Esther (Henckell), 21

Rathbone, John F., 6; 10

Rationing, affect on campus during World War II, 29

Rat's Nest, 38

Rauschenbusch, Lisa, 32

Rauschenbusch, Walter, 1885, 10; 32

Ravin, Arnold W., 36; 38

Raymond, John H., career summarized, 3; teacher at Hamilton Institution, 2; quoted on removal, 2; favors removal, 2; volunteer collector of funds for University, 3; thoughts on University opening, 4; comments on Anderson's election, 5; becomes first president of Vassar, 6; leaves University faculty, 6; urged to send Brooklyn men to University, 6; backs Barleywood Female University, 13

Read, Gardner, Jr., ESM 1936, 28

Recording Department, at Eastman School of Music, 39; Red Cross, 17

Regional alumni clubs, increase, 1950's to early 1960's, 36

Registrar, office created 11

Reichenbach, Henry M., x1884, 10

Reid, Grace, 21

Reinheimer, Bartel H., 30

Religion, of students, 1880's, 10; on campus, 1890's, 12; of students, 1890's, 12; on campus, early 1900's, 16; on campus, late 1910's, 17; on campus, 1930's, 27; during World War II, 30; post World War II, 38; on campus, 1950's, 38; of students, 1962, 38

Religion (teaching), merged with philosophy, 1942, 29

Remington, Emory, 18

Remington, John W., 1917, 17; 35; 37

Removal of Madison University to Rochester, reasons for, 2; reasons against, 2; gains support, 2; opponents, 2; gathers momentum upstate, 2; wins support, August 1848, 2; temporary injunction against, 2; sentiment against gains support, 2; court injunction against, 1849, 2; permanent court injunction against, 1850, 2; "swan song," 2; dead issue, seek to establish new institution in Rochester, 2; aftermath of controversy, 2

Renegade, 38

Research, at Medical Center, 1930's, 28; office of coordinator created, 32; at University, late 1940's, 32; sponsored, grows rapidly, 1950's and 1960's, 37

Research Administration Office, See Office of Research Administration

Reserve Officers Training Corps, looked into, 1941, 29 See also Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps

Resnikoff, Vladimir, 18

"Respus," ideas on University, 1845, 1

Retirement age (faculty), set at 70, 1931, 26; new regulations, 26; set at 65, 36

Reynolds, Benedict M., x1947, 30

Reynolds, Mortimer F., 10

Reynolds, Verne, 39

Reynolds, William A., 10

Reynolds Laboratory, described, 10; alterations, 1910, 15; expanded, 1915, 17; sold, 35

Reynolds Library, Morey a director, 9; preliminary plans to give to University, 22; plans unsuccessful, 22

Rhees, Henrietta Seelye, See Stewart, Henrietta Seelye (Rhees)

Rhees, Morgan John, Jr., 14

Rhees, Morgan John, 1921, 14

Rhees, Rush, quoted on Hill's accomplishments, 11; accepts University presidency, 11; inaugurated, Oct. 11, 1900, 11; unable to be present at semi-centennial of University, 12; born, Chicago, 1860, 14; Rochester career summarized, 14; early years, 14; as a college student, 14; theological training, 14; as a minister, 14; as a teacher, 14; as an author, 14; marries, 1899, 14; selection as president of the University, 14; qualifications for presidency, 14; conditions of acceptance, 14; induction held, October 11, 1900, 14; inaugural address, 14; educational philosophy, 14; views on education of women, 14; as a teacher at Rochester, 14; chapel talks, 14; relations with undergraduates, 14; views on athletics, 14; relations with faculty, 14; relationship with George Eastman, 14; recipient of honorary degrees, 14; as a speaker, 14; as a citizen, 14; joins Eastman on a yachting trip, 14; family life, 14; retirement, 14; death, 14; memorial services, 14; tributes to, 14; burial in Mount Hope Cemetery, 14; association with trustees, 15; promotes Rufus A. Sibley for trusteeship, 15; under consideration for presidency of Amherst, 15; meets Andrew Carnegie, 15; fund raising, early 1900's, 15; conditionally approves women's raising of funds, 15; persuades Slater to undertake academic career, 15; in Shedd case, 15; teaches, 15; pride in growth of instruction in science, 15; issues statement on quality of students from Rochester, 15; pushes for central heating plant, 15; for a college dormitory, 15; chapel talks, 16; attitude toward athletics, 16; praises University 1908-1909 basketball team, 16; opens baseball season by throwing out first ball, 16; at all-University receptions, 16; reaction to student pranks, 16; welcome to women students in his first chapel address, 16; views on women students, 16; views on coeducational versus coordinate college, 16; opposes dormitory for women, 16; opinions on honorary degrees, 16; studies idea of faculty trustees, 17; solicits funds from Eastman, 17; early views on World War I, 17; views on students and World War I, 17; views on S.A.T.C., 17; comments on University in World War I, 17; in Eiserhardt case, 17; baccalaureate sermon, 17; supports Rochester orchestra, 18; on Board of Advisors of Institute of Musical Art, 18; offered musical school by Eastman, 18; on board of Eastman School of Music, 18; speaks at Eastman School dedication, 18; quoted on Howard Hanson, 18; part in founding of Strong Memorial Hospital and School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; takes part in Rochester Dental Dispensary dedication, 20; approached by Flexner for a new medical school in Rochester, 20; at public unveiling of plans for School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; Flexner quoted on Rush Rhees, 20; attracts Whipple to Rochester, 20; relationship with Whipple, 20; on advisory board of School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; asks Whipple to appoint more local doctors to School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; weighs sites for Medical Center, 20; supports Municipal Hospital to be part of University medical complex, 20; speaks and lays cornerstone at School of Medicine and Dentistry, 21; praises Strong family at dedication of Medical Center, 21; defends use of animals in experiments at Medical Center, 21; position in regard to private practice for School of Medicine and Dentistry faculty, 21; 60th birthday, 22; tribute to George Todd, 22; presents three possible expansion proposals, 1923, 22; statement on "Greater University" fund drive, 22; personal letters to some donors, 22; building plans for Oak Hill, 22; on building committee for Oak Hill campus, 22; breaks ground at Oak Hill, 1927, 22; quoted on faculty, 1920's, 23; for a faculty committee on tenure, 23; comments on Watkey's proposals, 23; allows librarian much independence, 23; "The Damned Souls" incident, 24; quoted on voluntary religious services, 24; position regarding "professionalism" in college athletics, 24; quoted on football coach, 24; quoted on cigarette smoking by women students, 24; baccalaureate sermons, 24; presides at River Campus dedication, 25; baccalaureate message, 1931, 25; resignation, 1930, not accepted, 25; resignation, 1933, accepted, 25; part in choosing his successor, 25; evaluation of Valentine, 25; unable to attend Valentine inauguration, 25; denies Norman Thomas a University platform, 27; quoted on separate campus of College for Women, 27

Rhees, Rush, Jr., x1926, 14; 24

"Rhees School of University Studies," proposed name for University Extension, 30

Rho Nu, 38

Ribaupierre, Andre di, 39

Richardson, John F., 2; 3; 6

Rickey, Branch, 33

Riddell, William R., 17

Riker, Charles, career summarized, 28; writes history of Eastman School of Music, 1948, 39; head of academic department at Eastman School, 39; head of preparatory department at Eastman School, 39; authors supplement to history of Eastman School,

Rippey, Harlan W., 1898, 12

Ritchie, William A., 1936, 27

Rivas, Mrs. Helen Woodward, 31

River Boulevard, improved, 1950, 33

River Campus, official name of Oak Hill, 22; opening and dedication, 25 See also Oak Hill site

River Campus Council, 37

The River Campus Gardener, 29

Roads, on River Campus, named, 1937, 26

Robbins, Frieda S. Robscheit, See Robscheit-Robbins, Frieda S.

Roberts, Arthur, 36; 38

Roberts, Lewis, 6

Robinson, Charles N., 1891, 12

Robinson, David H., 1859, 6

Robinson, Otis H., 1861, faculty career summarized, 9; records college costs, 6; commencement speech, 7; librarian, 1868-1889, 8

Robinson, Roger, V-12, 30

Roblin, Richard O., 1930, 24

Robscheit-Robbins, Frieda S., 20

Rochester Academy of Medicine, 15

Rochester Academy of Science, 9; 9; 11

Rochester Alumnae News , 24

Rochester Alumni News, 24

Rochester Alumni Review , 24

Rochester American Opera Company, 19

Rochester Art Club, 15

Rochester Association for the Advancement of Applied Optics, 17

Rochester Capital Corporation, 23

Rochester Civic Music Association, 19

Rochester Civic Orchestra, 19; 31

Rochester Collegiate Institute, 1; 3

Rochester Community Chest, 32

Rochester Conferences on High Energy Nuclear Physics, 29; 32

Rochester Conservatory of Music, 18

Rochester Dental Dispensary, See Eastman Dental Center

Rochester Female College, See Barleywood Female University

Rochester Historical Society, 9

Rochester Hospital Insurance Plan, 28

The Rochester Indicator, 30; 37; 38

Rochester Institute of Technology, See under earlier name Mechanics Institute

Rochester International Conferences on High Energy Physics, 29; 32

Rochester Medical Society, 20

Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, 33

Rochester National Scholarships, 36

Rochester Opera Company, See Rochester American Opera Company

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, 18; 19; 31; 39

Rochester Prize Scholarships, 27

Rochester Review, 27; 29; 36

Rochester School of Optics and Optometry, 23

Rochester song, first, 7

Rochester Theological Seminary, 3; 7

Rockefeller, John D., Anderson corresponds with, 5; employs Gates, Class of 1877, to oversee his philanthropies, 8; contributes $25,000 in 1879-80 fund raising, 10; Anderson calls on for funds, 10; philanthropies influence Eastman, 14; aids University through General Education Board, 15; quoted on Eastman, 20

Rodenbeck, Adolph J., 1885, 10

Rogers, Bernard, career summarized, 28; a winner of the first American Composers' Concert, 1925, 19; speaks at Humanities Conference, 1947, 38; works performed at Festival of American Music, 39

Rohr, George R., 15

Roller, A. Clyde, ESM 1941, 31

Roodney, Jacob S., 1927, 24

Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D., 29; 38

Roosevelt, Theodore, 12

Rosenberger, Jesse L., 1888, career summarized, 10; endows a lectureship, 17; provides funds for a sophomore prize, 17; writes University history, 22; adds to lectureship and founds prize, 23

Rosett, Richard N., 36

Rosing, Vladimir, 19

Ross, Lewis P., helps bring Rhees to Rochester, 14; serves as president of Board of Trustees, 15; quoted on Shedd, 15; dies, 1915, 17; bequeaths funds to University, 17; 20

ROTC, See Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Reserve Officers Training Corps

Rothman, Rosemarie (Brancato), ESM 1931, 28

Rowley, Francis H., 1875, 8

Royce, Edward, 18; 19

Rubenstein, Carrie Rice 37

Rumrill, Charles L., 1922, 24; 35

Rush Rhees Library, See under Library

Rush Rhees Memorial Trophy, 33

Russell, John R., 26; 33

Russian studies, 32

Russo, Carl, 24

Russo, Salvatore, 1929, 24

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Sabbatical leaves, no fixed policy, early 1900's, 15; started, late 1920's, 23; Ten Year Plan proposes clarification of, 26; policy, ca. 1960, 36

Sabin, Stewart B., 18

Sabine, Jean (Captain), SMD 1938, 28

Sacred music, 39

Sage, Edwin Oren, 1853, 6; 9

Sage, Mrs. Russell, 15

Sage, William N., promotes removal plans, 2; helps write and publish The Annunciator, 3; described as a trustee, 3; member of committee to select first President, 5; against accepting gift of Boody's land, 6; wears academic costume at commencement, 6; outlines University's needs, 1867, 7; astute manager of University finances, 8; recalls beginnings of University at Anderson's twenty-fifth anniversary as president, 8; original trustee still active in 1880, 9; active trustee, 9; wisely administers University funds, 10; succeeded by Williams as University secretary, 11; dining center named after, 37

Sage Dining Hall, 37

Sailing, 1950's, 38

Salaries (faculty), ca. 1880, 9; 1908, 15; 1919, 17; 1920's, 23; 1951, 32; 1950's and early 1960's, 36

Salmon, E. Dwight 1917, 17

Salzburg (Austria) Seminars in American Studies, 17

SANE, 38

Sarachan, Goodman A., 1918, 17

Sarro, Thomas P., 1952, 38

SATC, See Students Army Training Corps

Satterlee, LeRoy R., 8

Saturday classes, retained, 32

Sauerwein, Robert, V-12, 30

Saunders, Wilbour E., 33

Savedoff, Malcolm P., 36

Scalp and Blade, 38

Schilling, Bernard N., 32

Scholarship Cup, 17

Scholarships, created for a Rochester secondary school graduate, 4; need for more, 1870's, 8; established to carry on graduate studies, 8; early 1900's, 16; early 1940's, 29; Rochester National Scholarships, 36; early 1960's, 36; Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; 1950's, 39;

School of Medicine and Dentistry, Chapters on: 20: Shaping the Medical Center; 21: Sons of Aesculapius; 28: Music and Medicine in the 1930's; 31: Women, Music, Medicine in Wartime; location of, 20; first building, 21; cornerstone laid, 1924, 21; opens, 1925, 21; method of teaching, 21; number serving in World War II, 31

School of Nursing, 28; 31

Schrader, Olive M., 23

Schreiner, George H., 1938, 27

Schulz, Norbert S., 1945, 30

Schum, Timothy O., 1960, 38

Schumann, Henrietta, ESM certificate 1927, 19

Schwartz, R. Plato, 20

Science Club, early 1900's, 16

Scientific Club, founded, 12

The Score, Eastman School yearbook, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; during World War II, 31; 1950's, 39

Scott, W. J. Merle, 20

Scott, William A., 1886, 10

Scott, Winfield W., 1915, 17

Scrimshaw, Nevin S., SMD 1945, 31

Seal of University, first, 4; new one designed by Philipp Merz, 22

Searle, William A., 1906, 16

Sears, Barnas, 3; 5

Secor, William E., 1953, 38

Secrest, James L., 1945, 29; 30

Secrest, Richard B., 1943, 30; 37

Sedgwick, William T., 15

See, Arthur M., 1912, 18; 19; 39

Seelye, L. Clark, 14

Seelye House, See Harriet Seelye House

Segal, Harry L., 28

Selden, George B., x1865, 7

Selhorst, Eugene J., ESM Ph.D. 1950, 39

Selznick, David O., 27

Semester plan, adopted, 17; 23 See also College term, Term

Semi-centennial celebration, 1900, 12

Senate, University, replaces River Campus Council, 37

Senior Symphony, 39

Service and Accounts Building, 35; 37

Seward, William H., 4; 7; 29; 33

Seward, William Henry, III, 33

Seymour, Harold, 35

Shakespeare Oak, planted, 1864, 7; planted, 1914, 17; planted, 1964, 17; planted on River Campus, 37

Shantz, Harold, 1915, 17

Sharp, William V. 1953, 38

Shaw, Henry C., 28

Shaw, James B., 1; 4; 6

Shedd, Kendrick P., 1889, career summarized, 15; star baseball player, 10; joins faculty, 11; poem, "The Gym," 11; University teacher, 12; presides over group singing, 16

Shedd, William A., 1889, 10

Sheehan, Mary A., 35

Shepherd, William C., 1885, 10

Sherman, Isaac, 8

Sherman Scholarship, 8; 16

Sherman Fellowship, 16; 36

Sibelius, Jean, 18

Sibley, F. Harper, 17

Sibley, Harper, 22; 29

Sibley, Mrs. Harper, 27

Sibley, Hiram, school of engineering proposal, 6; thought to be ready to aid University, 7; aids Anderson financially, 7; 8; gives library museum building, 8; career summarized, 8; active trustee, 9; bust in Sibley Library, 15

Sibley, Hiram W., declines trusteeship, 11; interests lie with Cornell, 15; gives collection of musical works to library, 1904, 15; donates funds for alterations to Sibley Hall, 1904, 15; gives bust of father to Sibley Library, 15; authorizes plans to remodel library, late 1910's, 17; the music library at Sibley Library forms nucleus of Eastman School library, 18; favors East Avenue site over Oak Hill, 22; pledges $100,000 to Sibley Hall and Sibley Musical Library, 22; gives funds for remodelling Sibley Hall, 1920's, 22

Sibley, Rufus A., 14; 15; 17

Sibley Hall (library), ground broken, 1872, 8; construction, 8; description, 8; statues and sphinxes, 8; dedicated, 1876, 8; student poem about, 8; basement houses some indoor sports, 1890's, 12; remodelled, 1920's, 22; 1930's, 27; sold, 35; torn down, 35 See also under Library

Sibley Musical Library, background and early years, 18; 1930's, 28; new structure, 1938, 28; thought of moving to Cutler Union, 39; post World War II, 39

Sigma Alpha Iota, 19; 39 45

Sigma Alpha Mu, 38

Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Epsilon affiliates with, 17; 24; becomes national at University, 27; "only Caucasian" clause, late 1950's, 38

Sigma Delta Epsilon, 17; 22; 24

Sigma Delta Phi, 24; 27

Sigma Kappa Epsilon, 24

Sigma Kappa Upsilon, 24

Sigma Rho. 24

Sigma Xi, chapter first proposed, 16; Rochester chapter founded, 1930, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; post World War II, 38

Silva, Luigi, 31

Silver Bay Conference, 16

Sinclair, Anna Marie, 1940, See Mehdevi, Anna Marie (Sinclair), 1940

Sinding, Christian, 18

Sinfonia, 19; 24

Singer, Charles, 21

Singewald, Quentin D., 23; 29

Site of campus, See Campus locations

Skiff, George F., 1915, 16

Slater, Eleanor C., 1925, 24

Slater, John C., 1920, 24

Slater, John R., career summarized, 15; composes inscription, tribute to Hoeing, 11; composes "A Gentleman in Overalls" about janitor, 11; memorial tribute to Rush Rhees, 14; residence hall named for, 15; sends University material to the New York Evening Post, 16; presides over group singing, 16; composes college songs, 16; writes of European travels for Campus, 16; as toastmaster at all-University receptions, 16; part in undergraduate women's dramatics, 16; reads poem on Shakespeare Oak, 17; keeps record of University men in World War I, 17; composes poem for Eastman School of Music dedication 18; composes "Keeping the Score" on Rhees' sixtieth birthday, 22; composes inscriptions for Rush Rhees Library, 22; an early member of the Rochester A.A.U.P., 23; contributes historical essay on Oak Hill project for 1927 Interpres, 24; quoted on College for Women, 24; receives honorary degree from University, 1964, 24; plays Hopeman Chime at River Campus dedication, 25; speaks at Valentine induction, 25; composes "Tower Song", 27; quoted on College for Women, 1942, 31; delivers Baccalaureate address, 1949, 33; addresses centennial student convocation, 33; prepares narrative for "Centennial Ode", 33; speaks at University and Colgate-Rochester Divinity School commemoration, 1950, 33; composes a farewell to Prince Street Campus, 35; originates idea for meridian marker, 35; speaks at "kick off" for public campaign of Development Fund drive, 1953, 35; honored by special Hopeman Chime program, 38

Smeed, Mildred, 1923, See Van de Walle, Mildred (Smeed), 1923

Smith, Alfred E., 33

Smith, Donald C., 36

Smith, Donald E., 34; 37

Smith, E. Darwin, 4

Smith, E. Peshine, 3; 4

Smith, Elijah F., 3

Smith, Frank P., 26; 29

Smith, George G., 1911, 16; 37

Smith, Henry, Jr., 39

Smith, Hugh A., 1907, 16; 24; 27

Smith, Paul D., 1937, 27

Smith, Walter Bedell 34

Smith, Walter L., x1877, 8

Smoking, during 1870's, 8; by women students, 24

Snodgrass, William D., 38

Snoke, Albert W., 28

Snylyk, Zenon, 1955, 38

The Soapbox, 27

Soble, Mrs. Nathan W., 32

Soccer, 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 1950's to early 1960's, 38

"Social Non-Conformity" conference, 38

Social work, instruction considered, 1920's, 23

"Society and the Academic Conscience" lectures, 38

"Society in the Atomic Age" conference, 38

Society of Damned Souls, 24

Sociology, offered in 1911, 15; and anthropology, 1957, 1960, 36; Ph.D. offered in, then withdrawn, 37

Sognnaes, Reider F., SMD Ph.D. 1941, 31

Somers, Violet (Jackling), 1923, 34

Sonour, 28

Sororities, early, 16; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 31; post World War II, 38

Sorority Council, 19

Soule, Asa T., 8

South Campus, 35

The Sower, 39

Space Science Center, 36

Spahn, Jacob, 1870, 8

Spanel, Abram N., x1924, 24

Spanish, added to curriculum, 15

Spanish American War, 12

Sparlin, Ezra A., 185, 24

Speakers, in Rochester, 6; at chapel, early 1900's, 16; on campus, early 1900's, 16; on campus, 1920's, 24; on campus, 1930's, 27; at College for Women, 1930's, 27; policy on outside, 27; at University on eve of World War II, 29; post World War II, 38. 1950's, 38

Speegle, Roman L., 23; 27; 38

Spencer, Caro (Fitz-Simons), 1927, 36

Spencer, Marion (McManus), 1930, 21

Spencer, Nelson E., 1893, 12

Sperry, Warren M., Ph.D. 1925, 21

Speth, Rudolph, 39

Sphinxes, 8; 35

Spies, Nelson W., 1938, 27

Spillman, Rosemary (Crawford), ESM 1960, 39

Spinning, James Y., 1913, 16; 22

Spinning, Norma (Storey), 1918, 17; 32

Sponsored research, See Research

Sports, See Athletics

Spragg, S. D. Shirley, 32; 37

Spring Week-End, 27

Spurrier, Merle, 23

Squash, 38

Stabins, Samuel J., 20

Stadium, rooms fitted for dormitories, 26

Stagg, Alonzo A., 12

Stand-By, 33; 36

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 13

Stanton, Hazel M., 18

Starr, Frances (Barber), 1921, 24; 27

Starr, Frederick, x1882, 10

State aid, unsuccessfully sought, 1851, 3; sought, 1850's, 6; received, 1857, 6

State University of New York, de Kiewiet against a strong one, 37; Rochester under consideration as a unit, 37; trustees vote to remain private, 37

Staub, Cecile, See Genhart, Cecile (Staub)

Staud, Cyril J., 1920, 24

Steere, Howard J., 1907, 16

Steichen, Mary, SMD 1939, See Calderone, Mary (Steichen), SMD 1939

Stein, Edwin E., ESM master's 1939, Ph.D. 1941, 31

Stephen Foster Dormitory, 28

Stephens, Doran J., SMD 1929, 28

Stephens, John B. M., 1884, 10

Stephens Prize, 28

Stern, Curt, 26

Sterrett, James M., 1867, 7

Stevens, George B., 1877, 8

Stevens, James B., 1885, 10

Stewart, Frederick W., 1901, 16

Stewart, Harold S., 1903, 16

Stewart, Henrietta Seelye (Rhees), 14

Stewart, John D., 14

Stewart, Joseph W. A., 11

Stoddard, John P., 7

Stoddard, William O., 1858, 6

Stoddard Prize, 7; 16

Stolnitz, N. Jerome, 36

Storey, Norma, 1918, See Spinning, Norma (Storey), 1918

Stoughton, Clarence C., 1918, 17

Stranges, Peter A., 1941, 27; 30

Stratton, Samuel S., 1937, 27; 37

Strong, Alvah, 3

Strong, Augustus H., 11

Strong (Catherine) Hall, 17; 27; 35

Strong, Charles A., 1884, 10

Strong, Helen Griffin, 20

Strong, Henry, 1854, 6

Strong, Henry A., 15; 17; 20

Strong, Mrs. Henry A. 26

Strong, Theron S., 1868, 8

Strong Auditorium, 22

Strong Auditorium Committee, 38

Strong Memorial Hospital, location of, 20; opens, 21; early financial problems, 21; additions, 31 See also Medical Center, School of Medicine and Dentistry

Strouse, Charles L., ESM 1947, 39

Student activity fee, 38

Student Arts Committee, 38

Student association, See under Students Association

Student body, at opening, 4; 1850's, 6; 1870's, 8; geographical distribution, 1890's, 12; 1910's, 17

The Student Can, 28

Student Christian Association, 38

Student employment, available, 6

"The Student Faces World Crisis" conference, 38

Student fees, 33

Student Peace Action and Education Committee, 38

Student protest, 1961, 38

Student publications, See individual publications by name, such as Campus, Interpres, Tower Times, etc.

Student recreation, of 1870's 8; See also Extracurricular activities

Student Religious Liberals, 38;

Student Volunteer movement, 16

Students Army Training Corps, 17

Students association, founded in 1884, 10; plays minor role in extracurricular activities, 16; 1920's, 24; interest in declines, 1930's, 27; constitution revised, 38; on eve of merger, 38; constitution revised, 1958, 38

Eastman School of Music, early years, 19; 1930's, 28; post World War II, 39

Students Employment Bureau, 16

Su, Gouq-Jen, 32

Sub-Freshman Day, 16

Sudarshan, George E. C., Ph.D. 1958, 36

Suhr, Elmer G., 32

Sullivan, George T., 1907, 16

Sullivan, John T., x1923, 24

Summer sessions, first held, 1900, 11; abandoned, 1912, 15; administered by Taylor, 23; organized, 1921, 23; growth, 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; after World War II, 32; moves to River Campus, 36; late 1950's to early 1960's, 37; Eastman School of Music, 1950's to early 1960's, 39

Summerhays, William E., 1939, 27

Sundial, donated, 1911, 15

Sundial (in dormitory quadrangle), 35

Superintendent of College Grounds and Buildings, 15

Supplies and Accounts Building, 35; 37

Surdam, T. Janet, 1935, 27

Susan B. Anthony Hall, See Anthony (Susan B.) Hall

Susat, Richard J., 1951, 37

Sutch, George, V-12, 30

Sutton, Robert G., 1948, 33; 36

Sutton, Robert V., ESM Ph.D. 1955, 39

Swastika Club, 12

Swetland, Roger W., 1894, 12

Swift, Louis, 11

Swimming, 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30

Swinburne, Thomas T., x1892, career summarized, 12; verse on founding of University, 4; poem on Anderson, 10; college songs, 12; Alma Mater, 12; donates a sundial, 1911, 15; contributes poems to Campus, 16

"Sword and Seal," 24


T



Tarbell, Dean S., 26

Tardieu, Andre, 17

Tateish, Sajiro, 1895, 12

Tau Beta Pi, 27; 38

Tau Kappa Epsilon, 38

Taxes, Rhees opposes proposed taxes on college real estate, 15; Eastman's views on proposed taxation of Eastman Theatre, 18

Taylor, Alfred M., 23

Taylor, Earl B., 1912, career summarized, 23; Director of the Extension Division, 16; title changed to dean, 30; honored by a professorship in education, 1948, 32; name commemorated in University School headquarters, 35

Taylor, Edwin, 6

Taylor, Horace F., 1893, 15; 17; 23

Taylor, Hugh S., 25

Taylor. James M., 1868, 8; 11

Taylor, Millard, ESM 1935, 28; 31

Taylor, Ward L., 32

Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, 17; 36

Telescope, given by Trevor, 8

Television, University programs of early 1950's, 34; used to teach French in Rochester area, 36; University program on, 32

Ten Year Plan of 1930's, 26; stand on graduate school, 26; recommendations for Women's College, 27; recommendations for Eastman School of Music, 28; School of Medicine and Dentistry reports, 28

Tennis, 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 16; 1920's, 24; 1950's to early 1960's, 38

Tenny, Charles B., 1897, 12

Term, changed from three to two semesters, 17; 23

University alters term during World War II, 29; return to two semester schedule, 1946, 32

Terry, Seth S., 1883, 11; 24

Terry Prize, 24; 38

Texter, Joseph C., x1955, 38

Theta Alpha Epsilon, 24; 31

Theta Chi, 10; 16; 24; 30

Theta Delta Chi, 7; 12; 16; 30

Theta Delta Theta, 12

Theta Eta, 16; 17; 31

Theta Gamma, 16; 24

Theta Nu Epsilon, 8; 12; 16

Theta Pi Sigma, 16

Theta Tau Sigma, 16

Thomas, John R., 8

Thomas, John T., ESM 1947, 39

Thomas, Norman, 27; 38

Thome, Joel H., ESM 1960, 39

Thompson, Charles A., 1891, 12

Thompson, LaRoy B., 32; 34; 37

Thompson, Raymond L., 1917, career summarized, 17; becomes University treasurer, 1929, 23; elected a trustee, 1936, 26; astutely manages University funds, 29; role in Valentine absence, 32; role before the coming of de Kiewiet, 32; becomes senior vice-president, 1954, 34; evaluation of Ketchum firm, 35

Thompson, Verne, ESM Ph.D., 1955, 39

Thornton, Lewis H., 1892, 12

Thought and Action in Education, 37

Thulin, Elizabeth, 1930, See Hoelscher, Elizabeth (Thulin), 1930

Tiernan, Martin F., 1906, career summarized, 16; gives money for loan scholarships, 29; adds money to loan fund, 32; dormitory named for, 37

Tilden, Samuel J., 9

"Time for Science" radio program, 30

Timm, Everett L., ESM master's 1943, Ph.D. 1948, 31

Tinlot, Gustave, 18

Today and Tomorrow in Education, 37

Todd, A. Richard, 35

Todd, George W., watches construction of Eastman School of Music, 18; invites Goosens to conduct Philharmonic, 19; takes up idea of opera at Eastman School, 19; learns of new Medical Center 22; background, 22; idea of college at Oak Hill, 22; tribute to by Rhees, 22; offers to spearhead fund raising for new campus, 22; has meeting, July 1923, to discuss expansion proposals, 22; chairs fund raising for Greater University, 22; declines trusteeship, 23

Todd Union, described, 22; popularity in 1930's, 27; remodeled, 33; 35

Topazio, Virgil W., 32

Tourgee, Albion W., 1862, 7

Tower Times, 1930's, 27; pre-World War II sentiment, 29; late 1930's and early 1940's, 31; during World War II, 29; 31; post World War II, 38

Towers Dormitories, 37

Towner, George C., 33

Townsend, Charles J., 1879, 8

Townsend, John Pomeroy, 8

Townsend Scholarship, 8; 16

Track, 1870's, 8; 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 16; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 30; 1950's, 38

Treash, Leonard W., 33; 39

Trevor, John B., donates $10,000, 1875, 8; donates telescope to University, 8; aids Anderson financially, 8; chairman of Board of Trustees, 1872-1886, 9; contributes to 1879-1880 fund raising, 10; urges Hill to accept presidency, 11; dies, University not in his will, 11

Tripp, Hulbert W., 29; 34

Tropic of Cancer, 38

Tropic of Capricorn, 38

Trotter, Thomas, 15

Trotter, Thomas H. Yorke, 18

Trudeau Sanatorium, 28

Truelove, Marjorie, See Mackown, Marjorie (Truelove)

Trustee-Alumni Liaison Committee, 33

Trustees, creates an executive committee of nine, 1850, 3; earliest Board described, 3; summary, ca. 1860-ca. 1880 9; vocations and church affiliations of, 1880, 9; duties, ca. 1870, 9; 1890's, 11; at beginning of Rhees administration, 15; new ones, late 1910's, 17; idea of faculty representation studied, 17; 1920's, 23; number set at 25, 26; set up advisory committees, 26; term of service set at ten years, re-election possible, 26; executive committee, 1935, 1938, 26; 1930's, 26; during World War II, 30; post World War II, 32; role of, as stated by de Kiewiet, 34; approve merger, 35; early 1950's, 35; set up several fundraising committees, 35; Middle States Association evaluation, 37; 1950's to early 1960's, 37; policy toward fraternities, 1949, 38 See also Alumni-elected trustees

Tucker, Elisha, 2

Tuition early, 4; 1850's, 6; 1870's, 8; 1880's, 10; 1890's, 12; early 1900's, 16; 1918-1919, 17; 1920's, 24; 1935, 27; raised late 1930's, 27; early 1940's, 29; late 1940's, 32; 33; raised during de Kiewiet years, 36; Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 19; School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1920's, 21; 1930's, 28

Turbayne, Colin M., 36

Turpin, Morley B., 26

Tursi, Francis, ESM 1947, 39

Tuska, Simon, 1856, 6

Tuthill, Ruth, 1925, See Hoffmeister, Ruth (Tuthill), 1925

Tuttle, Russell M., 1862, 24


U



UGH 38

Ugliest Man on Campus contest, 38

Ulrech, Robert G., 1940, 27

Undertone, 39

United Christian Fellowship, 38

"The United Nations in the Pacific" conference, 1943, 30

United States Hotel, selected as campus site, 4; description of, 4; purchased for campus, 4; vicissitudes after University left it, 6

University, arguments for, 3; opens, 4; in 1900, 12; survey of "philosophy and objectives," 34

University Annual, 8

University Baseball Club, 7

University Chaplain, See Chaplain

University Council, 16; 24 See also under later name Board of Control

University Council on Graduate Studies, 37

University Development Office, 34; 35

University Extension, 17; 30 See also Division of University Extension, Extension Division, University School

University Faculties Council, 23

University Field (Culver Road) See Athletic field

University Inn, proposed, 35

University News Bureau, 27

University of Rochester (as authorized in 1846), 1

University of Rochester Associates, 36

University of Rochester Library Bulletin , 33

University of Rochester Medical Society, 21

University of Rochester Press, 35

University of Western New York, See University of Rochester (as authorized in 1846)

University Orator, 32

University Park, 33

University press, 32 See also University of Rochester Press

University Protestant Chapel, 38

University Protestant Fellowship, 38

University Record (of 1870's), 8; becomes Rochester Campus and later Campus, for which See University Record (employee paper), 37

University School of Liberal and Applied Studies, 23; 32; 33; 35; 36; 37 See also Division of University Extension, Extension Division, University Extension

University Secretary, 36

University Senate, 32

University Village, 33

Ussachevsky, Vladimir A., ESM M.M. 1936, Ph.D. 1939, 28

V

V-12, plan described, 29; University secures a unit, 29; 30; men arrive, 30; background of men, 30; welcome to University, 30; early days at University, 30; enrollments, 30; students at Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, 30; curriculum, 30; faculty, 30; discipline, 30; daily schedule, 30; "liberty," 30; cheating, 30; physical training, 30; reviews, 30; mascot, 30; extracurricular activities, 30; financial reimbursement to University, 30; discontinued, 30; relations with College for Women, 31; at Eastman School of Music, 31; at School of Medicine, 31

Vail, Mrs. Charles D., 22

Valentine, Alan, chosen president, publicly announced, 14; chosen president, 25; background, 25; negotiations for University presidency, 25; public reaction to his selection as president, 25; receives honorary degrees, 25; student acceptance, 25; inauguration, 25; address during inaugural, 25; inaugural address, 25; as a speaker, 25; self-appraisal in autobiographical Trial Balance, 25; part in national and international affairs, 25; home as president, 25; resignation, 1949, 25; post-University career, 25; awarded honorary University doctorate, 25; elected a trustee, 1935, 26; quoted on Edward Miner, 26; formulates policy on outside speakers, 27; opinions on higher education for women, 27; part in commencements, 1930's, 27; receives University "diploma," 1939, 27; anti-war addresses, 1939-1940, 29; explains purpose of conference, "New Frontiers in American Life," 29; reaction to Pearl Harbor, 29; attends meeting on cooperation of higher education and government in war effort, 29; co-chairman of study of downtown Rochester, 1943, 29; greeting to V-12 men, 30; quoted on V-12 program, 30; ideas on graduate education, 30; outlines plans for expansion, 1940's, 30; advocates program of industrial research, 30; quoted on role of College for Women during World War II, 31; outlines plans for next decade, 1945, 31; granted year's leave of absence, 32; rumored departure, 32; resigns, 1949, 32; resignation, 32; ideas regarding the Board of Trustees, 32; tells trustees of financial needs, 1947, 32; quoted on Eastman House, 33; quoted on gift of Seward Papers, 33; helps form organization of presidents of institutions with NROTC units, 33; quoted on inter-campus teaching problem, 33; portrait presented to University, 33; addresses centennial student convocation, 33; comments to centennial Human Rights conference, 33; quoted on prospects of the second century, 1950, 33; speaks at centennial convocation, 33; speaks at centen n ial graduation rites, 33; quoted on Humanities Conference, 1947, 38; attitude toward fraternities, 38; suspends athletic relations with Hobart, 38

Valentine, Lucia Garrison (Norton), 25; 27

Valentine Tower, 37

Valiance, William R., 1910, 16

Vance, Eric C., 1925, 23; 24

Vanderschmidt, Anne (Houlihan) (Keefe), 1946, 31

Van Deusen, Glyndon G., 1925, 23; 24

Van de Walle, Mildred (Smeed), 1923, 36

Van de Walle, W. Edwin, 1921, 23; 24; 29

Van Geyt, Virginia, 1946, See Clapp, Virginia (Van Geyt), 1946

Van Hoesen, Florence R., 1919, 17

Van Hoesen, K. David, ESM 1950, 39

Van Horn, Bert A., 1930, 24

Van Horne, Harriet, 1940, See Lowe, Harriet (Van Horne), 1940

Van Voorhis, Eugene, 1885, 10

Van Wagenen, William P., 28; 31

Van Zandt, John I., 7

Vas, Sander, 18

Vassar, Matthew, 6

Vaughn, William S., 37

Vectorians, 27; 38

Vedder, Edward B., 1898, 21

Vedder, Henry C., 1873, 2; 8

Veterans, education, 30; as students, 33; graduating, late 1940's to 1950, 33

Victory Endowment Campaign, 17

Vigneaud, Vincent du, Ph.D. 1927, 20; 21

Vincent, George E., 22

Violette, Carl (Jerome C.), 1960, 38

Vital economics, 17; 20

Vocational Counseling, College for Women 27

Vocational interests, of students, ca. 1880, 10

Vocations of alumni, first ten classes, 6; classes of 1861-1870, 7; to 1878, 8; 1880's, 10; 1900, 12; 1911, 16; 1851-1926, 24; women, 1930's, 27

Volker, Joseph F., 1938, 27

von Muller, Friedrich, 21

Vreeland, Mildred (Bigelow), 1955, 35

Vyverberg, Henry S., 1943, 30

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Waasdorp, Leonard A., 22

Waasdorp and Northrup, 35

Wade, Mason, 36

Wade, Richard C., 1943, 30; 32

Wadsworth James S., 3; 33

Waldron, Albert W., x1912, 16

Wallace, Gordon L., 1923, 24

Wallace, Isabel K., 1916, 17; 27

Wallis, W. Allen, 15

Walters, Winston D., 26; 29

Wantman, Morey J., 29; 37

War Activities Board, 31

War Information Center, 29

Ward, Henry A., faculty career summarized, 9; University acquires cabinet of minerals and fossils from, 6; appointed to faculty, 6; collection purchased by University, 7; papers given to Hush Rhees Library, 26 See also Ward cabinet

Ward, Robert E., ESM 1939, 28

Ward cabinet, Ward's dream for it, 9; transferred from Anderson to Sibley Hall, 1683, 10; reclassified by Fairchild, 11; reopened, 1890, 11 See also Museum, Henry A. Ward

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, 9; 23

Wareheim, Harry P., 22

Warfield, William C., ESM 1942, 31; 35; 39

Warner, Hulbert H., 11

Warner, J. Foster, 11; 12; 15

Warner, John C., 37

Warren, Jesse B., 1892, 12

Warren, Stafford L., 20; 28; 31

Washington, Booker T., 16

Washington Memorial Trees, 26

Watanabe, Ruth T., ESM Ph.D. 1952, 18; 39

Waterstripe, Robert E., 1949, 33

Watkeys, Charles W., 1901, 15; 16; 23

Watkeys, Jean, 1932, See Gardner, Jean (Watkeys), 1932

Watson, Don Alonzo, 10

Watson, James Sibley, 1881, 10; 26

Watson, Mrs. James Sibley, 17

Watson, Mr. and Mrs. James Sibley, 22

Watson, James Sibley, Jr., 33

Watts, Harry, 18

Watts, Sarah (Miles), 1956, 38

Wayland, Francis, 2; 3

Wayland, Heman L., 6

Webster, James, 4

Webster, Harrison E., 9; 10

Weed, Marian, 18; 19; 39

Weed, Thurlow, 26; 33

The Weekly Chanticleer, See Chanticleer

Weeks, Edward A., 37

Weet, Herbert S., 1899, career summarized, 12; appointed registrar, 1899, 11; succeeded by Spinning as superintendent of schools, 16; alumni-elected trustee, 17; trustee, 23; coordinates aspects of World War II campus wartime activity, 29; becomes honorary member of Board of Trustees, 32

Weisberg, Roslyn, ESM 1922, See Cominsky, Roslyn (Weisberg) ESM 1922

Welch, Leo D., 1919, 17; 37

Welch, William H., 20; 21

Weld, William E., 23; 25

Welles, Francis R., 1875, 8; 22; 26

Welles-Brown Room, 22; 26; 33; 38

Wells, Robert L., 1939, 27

Wendt, G. Richard, 1927, 24; 29

Werner, William E., 35

Wesley Fellowship, 38

Wessell, Nils Y., Ph.D. 1938, 27

"Western Impact on Contemporary Africa" conference, 38

Westminster Fellowship 38

Whallon, Evan, ESM 1948, 39

What's News in the University, 37

Whedon, G. Donald, SMD 1941, 31

Whedon, Margaret (Brunssen), 1938, 27

Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 11

Whipple, George H., recommended for deanship of new School of Medicine and Dentistry, 20; Rhees attracts to Rochester, 20; recalls decision to come to Rochester, 20; background, 20; first year in Rochester, 20; honors and recognitions, 20; retires from deanship, 20; as a teacher, 20; relationship with Eastman, 20; quoted on qualifications of prospective students, 21; answers anti-vivisectionists, 21; mentioned in Valentine's Trial Balance, 25; member of National Academy of Sciences, 33; receives honorary doctorate, 33; speaks at community convocation, 1950, 33; quoted on Corner's departure, 31

Whipple, Katharine B. (Waring), 20

White, Edward C., ESN 1959, 39

White, Hayden V., 36

White, Josephine, 39

White, Paul, 19; 28; 39

Whittemore, Arthur A., ESM 1936, 28

Whittlesey, Frederick, 3; 4; 6

Whittlesey Prize, 16

Wide-Awakes, 7

Wiedman, George, 10

Wight, Rezin A., x1855, 9

Wiig, Edwin O., 26

Wilbraham, Hazel J., 1927, 23; 24

Wilbur, Ray L., 25

Wilcox, Albert H., 1890, 12

Wilcox, Charles S., 32

Wilcoxen, Ella S., 13; 15

Wilde, Oscar, 10

Wilder, John N., quoted on reasons for removal, 2; for removal, 2; background, 2; confers with Rochester Baptist leaders on removal, 2; becomes head of removal scheme, 2; addresses Rochester audience on removal proposal, 1847, 2; raises funds for removal, 2; comments on removal situation, 2; thinks of founding a new university in Rochester, 2; works for removal, 2; raises funds, 1850, 3; helps write and publish The Annunciator, 3: subscribes $10,000 to University, 3; described as a trustee, 3; gives address at University opening, 4; shows Emerson the University, 1851, 4; member of committee to select first president, 5; considered for presidency, declines, 5; expresses reservations about Anderson as president, 5; appointed general financial manager, 1853, 5; introduces Anderson at his inaugural, 5; dies, 1858, 6; importance in history of University, 6; against accepting gift of Boody's land, 6; referred to by Anderson, 6; his poem, "Rochester," 6; backs Barleywood Female University, 13; dormitory named for, 37

Wilder, Lester O., 1911, comments on University basketball team as editor of the Campus, 16; on English faculty, 16; 17; named Dean of the College for Men, 29; quoted on dining facilities, 1946, 33; retires, 34

W ilder Tower, 37

Wile, Ira S., 1898, 12; 29

Wile, Rigby, x1929, 24

Wile (Rigby) Prize, 24

Wiley, Louis, 35

Wilkins, Herve D., 1866, 12

Wilkins, T. Russell, 23

Wilkinson, Helen E., 13

Wilkinson, William C., 1857, 6

Willcox, William R., x1888, 10; 15

Williams, Byron B., 32

Williams, Charles M., 1871, 8; 11; 14

Williams, Charles H. x1875, 8

Williams, Fordyce, 1853, 6

Williams Memorial Prize, 24

Willier, Benjamin H., 26

Willis, Richard M., Jr., ESM M.M. 1951, Ph.D. 1965, 39

Willkie, Wendell, 29; 33

Wilson, John J., Jr., 1929, 24

Wilson, Joseph C., 1931, career summarized trustee, 27; elected a trustee, 1949, 32; gives welcome at community convocation, 1950, 33; for merger of campuses, 35; becomes chairman of Board of Trustees, 35; on trustees' steering committee for Development Fund drive, 35; authors Development Fund pamphlet, "A Report to Our Friends," 35; withdraws from Development Fund Drive for health reasons, 35; heads trustees' Corporate Relations committee, 35; becomes chairman of Board of Trustees, 1959, 37; gives to Greater University goal, 37; cites highlights of de Kiewiet decade, 37

Wilson, Joseph R., 1903, 37

Wilson, Karl M., 20

Wilson, Raymond S., 18

Wiltsey, Glenn G., 32

Winter, Ezra, 18; 27

Withall,Elijah, college janitor, 8; supplies refreshments after exams, 8; daughter marries in Anderson Hall, 9; lays flower bed to west of Anderson Hall, 10; retires, 1892, 11

Withington, Margaret, 27

Witmer, G. Robert, 1926, 24

Wolcott, Epaphras, 22

Wolfe, Andrew D., 34; 35

Wolffheim, Werner, 18

Wolgast, John M., 1940, 30

Women, Chapters on women students, College for Women, Prince Street Campus, etc.: 13: Enter the Ladies; 16:Men and Women (1900-1913), and passim; 17: Sunshine and Shadow (1914-1919), and passim; 24: Beyond the Curriculum (1920's), and passim; 27: Undergraduates and Graduates in the 'Thirties, and passim; 31: Women, Music, Medicine in Wartime; 33: The First Century Ends, passim; 35: Reunion of the Colleges, passim; 38: Undergraduate Life Beside the Genesee, passim: See also Coordinate college

Women's Athletic Association, 38

Women's Club of the University, 26

Women's Recreation Association, 38

Women's Residence Hall, 35

Women's Student Association, 16

Wood, Helen, 20; 21

Wood Hall, See Helen Wood Hall

Woodbury, Ward L., Jr., 38

Woods, Charlotte, 1947, See Elkind, Charlotte (Woods), 1947

Woods, Robert A., 1942, 30

Woodward, Alvalyn E., 1905, 16

Woodward, Mrs. Ernest H., 37

Woodward, Ernest L., 31; 32

Woodward, Roland B., 25

Woodward House, 37; 38

Woolsey, Theodore D., 2

Worden, John H., 23

Work-Study, College for Women during World War II, 31

"World Awareness" Conference, 1954, 38

World War I, initial impact on campus, 17; impact on campus after entrance of United States into, 17; alumni in 17; impact on College for Women, 17

World War II, Chapters on: 29: The Impact of Pearl Harbor; 30: Education for Victory; 31: Women, Music, Medicine in Wartime; post-war planning, 30; number of University people who served in, 30; University dead in, 30; Eastman alumni service and deaths in, 31

Wrestling, 1950's, 38

Wright, Cornelius R., 1909, 16; 32

Wright, Rayburn B., ESM 1943, 31

WRUR, 38

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Xerox, 36

X-tra, 38

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Yanich, Milan, 39

Yantz, William O., 1960, 38

Yates, Mrs. Arthur G., 22

Yegudkin, Arkadia, 28

The Yellow Jacket, 27

The Yellow Key, 27

Yells (Class), 12; 16

Yells (University), 16

York, Herbert F., Jr., 1943, 30

Yorkey, William R., 1913, 16

Young, Charles D., 1885, 10

Young, James M., 26

Y.M.C.A. (University), 8; 12; 16; 24; 27; 38

Y.W.C.A. (College), 16; 24; 27; 38; Eastman School, 19

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Zabor, J. William, 1940, 30

Zachert, Adeline B., 23

Zornow, Gerald B., 1937, 27

Zornow, Theodore H., 1959, 38

Zwierschke, Robert H., 1939, 29