Image from page 302 of "History of the University of Michigan" (1906)
Subjects: University of Michigan
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S ITT SENATE 283 (1903). 1111904 the University of Wisconsin con- Notes by James S. Reid. He has edited, with Intro-ferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Laws. He duction and Notes, Boolcs T, HI, and V of the I)ewas married at Fenton, Michigan, July 28, 1S86, to Rerum Natura of Lucretius (1SS4) ; also, with In-troduction, Notes, and Vocabulary, Ccesars GallicWar (1S.S6), selections from Ovid fiSQi), andSelect Orations and Letters of Cicero (1892) ;also (in conjunction with Andrew C. Zenos) an editicjnofXenophons Anabasis (1SS9J. These have allpassed through several editions. He is joint editor,with Professor Percy Gardner, University of Oxford,of Handbooks of Archajology and Antiquities. Hetranslated Pompeii, its Life and Art, by AugustMau. He is a member of the American PhilologicalAssociation, the American Historical Association, andthe American Economic Association ; and secretaryof the Archseological Institute of America. In 1888the University of Rochester conferred upon him the
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JOHN DEWEY Harriet Alice Chipman (Ph.B. 18S6), and they havefour children living : Frederick Archibald, Evelyn,Lucy Alice, and Jane Mary. FRANCIS WILLEY KELSEY was bornat Ogden, Monroe County, New York, May 23,185 8, son of Henry and Olive Cone (Trowbridge)Kelsey. After a preliminary training in the publicschools he entered the University of Rochester, andwas graduated Bachelor of Arts in 1880. The degreeof Master of Arts followed in 1S83. He began hisacademic career as instructor in Lake Forest Uni-versity. In 1882 he was made Professor of Latinin that institution, where he continued till 1889.During 18S3, 1884-1885, and at various other timesfor longer or shorter periods, he pursued studies inEurope. In 1889 he was appointed Professor ofLatin in the University of Michigan, and on thedeath of Professor Frieze, in December of that year,he succeeded to the chair of the Latin Language andLiterature, which position he still holds. In 1S82 hebrought out an American edition of Ciceros DeSe
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