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Wood, George Campbell, b. 1893



  • Existence: b. 1893

George Campbell Wood was born on February 13, 1893 in Malden Massachusetts. He received his degrees from Harvard University in 1916 and 1917 as well as a PhD in 1920. He joined the faculty of Dartmouth College in 1920 as an instructor of Roman languages adding comparative literature and Italian to his teaching and rising to full professor by 1938. Wood received an honorary degree from Dartmouth in 1934.

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George C. Wood papers

Identifier: MS-447
Overview George C. Wood (1893-) professor of foreign language and comparative literature. The collection contains papers relating to his career as a professor at Dartmouth College, including lecture and course materials as well as clippings and programs concerning Robert Frost's lectures as a George Ticknor Fellow in the Humanities at Dartmouth College. Correspondents include Ernest Martin Hopkins and Earl Gordon Bill.