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Feldman, Herman, 1894-1947



  • Existence: 1894 - 1947

Herman Feldman was born on March 20, 1894 in New York City. He held degrees from the College of the City of New York (1915) and Columbia University (1917 and 1925). Feldamn became Assistant Professor of Industrial Relations at the Tuck School of Business in 1923, rising to full professor and was awarded an honorary master's degree by the College in 1929. In 1940, he was appointed Dean of Business and Civic Administration at the College of the City of New York but returned to his faculty position at Dartmouth College in 1942. Feldman held a large number of public positions including chairman and panel member of the National War Labor Boards in New England, Chairman of the New Hampshire Commission on Unemployment Reserves and the US Personnel Classification Board. He was also the author of several books including "Stabilizing Jobs and Wages" and "Racial Factors in American Industry." Feldman died suddenly on October 16, 1947.

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Herman Feldman papers

Identifier: MS-897
Overview Herman Feldman (1894-1947), professor of Industrial Relations at Amos Tuck School,(1923-1947). Dartmouth College Honorary Degree 1929. The collection contains correspondence, reprints, a scrapbook and clippings related to his work on business organizations, and labor and occupational safety.