Samuel Avery, Correspondence, Chancellor Records
Scope and Contents
This series of records includes alphabetical correspondence from individuals or programs associated with the University of Nebraska.
- Creation: 1908-1928
- Avery, Samuel, 1865-1936 (Person)
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The records are open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Samuel Avery served as Chancellor of the University from 1908-1928. He attended the University of Nebraska and received a B.A. in 1892, and his M.A. in 1894. He studied for his Ph.D. in Heidelberg, receiving his diploma in 1896. Avery began teaching at the University in 1897 as an adjunct professor of chemistry. From 1899-1901 he taught at the University of Idaho. He returned to Nebraska in 1901, teaching classes on organic analytical chemistry and agricultural chemistry. In 1905, he became Professor of Chemistry. While born in Illinois in 1865, within a year of his birth, the Avery family moved to Saline County, Nebraska. Avery died on January 25, 1936, in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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