2 edition of The dedication of the Germanic museum of Harvard University found in the catalog.
Reprinted from German American annals, January 1904.
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The Dedication of the Germanic Museum. 33 The following reply was received: President Eliot, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. I am very glad to hear that Germanic Museum has been opened and thank Harvard University heartily for kind wishes. Inthe Germanic Museum was dedicated at Harvard University.
It was the brainchild of Kuno Francke (). There are probably few people today who are aware that such a museum was ever created, or who its creator was.
But when it opened, it made international news. The Harvard Art Museums are part of Harvard University and comprise three museums: the Fogg Museum (established in ), the Busch-Reisinger Museum (established in ), and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum (established in ) and four research centers: the Archaeological Exploration of Sardis (founded in ), the Center for the Technical Study of Modern Art Director: Martha Tedeschi.
Adolphus Busch Hall is a Harvard University building located at 27 Kirkland Street in Cambridge, is named for brewer and philanthropist Adolphus Busch, former president of the Anheuser-Busch company, who contributed $, to its building fund.
The hall was designed by architect German Bestelmeyer to house Harvard's Germanic Museum. Its cornerstone was. Initiated in and officially established inthe Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Harvard continues to enjoy a prestigious and highly regarded reputation, offering undergraduate concentrations, secondary fields, and doctoral training in a broad variety of texts, media, and other cultural productions.
Harvard Prohibits Non-Essential University Travel Until International Travel Cancelled Until August 31 GERMANIC MUSEUM OPENING. Formal Dedication on November Plays by Irving Place.
Museum as study subject. This photo shows a worker at Adolphus Busch Hall on Kirkland Street changing the name of Harvard's Germanic Museum to the Busch-Reisinger Museum — an outward sign of the museum's shifting identities in the 20th century.
On paper, the official name change came in Photo courtesy of the Harvard University Library. The History of Harvard University, by Josiah Quincy. Volume 1 (external scan) Volume 2 (external scan) Donations to Harvard College from its Foundation to the Present Time, by Samuel Atkins Eliot (external scan) The Dedication of Germanic Museum of Harvard University, Novem by Carl The dedication of the Germanic museum of Harvard University book Reference works.
Professor of German Director of Graduate Studies Faculty Associate of the Minda de Gunzberg Center for European Studies. Harvard Museums of Science and Culture. Harvard University Herbaria * Mineralogical and Geological Museum * Museum of Comparative Zoology * Warren Anatomical Museum.
*Research museum, not open to the public. Digital Collections. Harvard Art Museums Online Collections. Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments. Ina committee of three Harvard professors of German literature published an article titled "The Need of a Germanic Museum at Harvard." By the Germanic Museum had opened in Rogers Hall, a former gymnasium.
Harvard Professor of German Literature Kuno Francke, the museum's first curator, obtained funding from the Busch and Reisinger families to build a new. Museum Studies Anna Christensen Research Interests: History of natural history; colonialism in the Americas; collecting expeditions; paleontology and fossil hunting; interactions between scientists and indigenous people; environmental history; human interactions with marine environments; agriculture and aquaculture.
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↑ The Dedication of the Germanic Museum of Harvard University. Harvard University. Germanic Museum. German American Press. ↑ Scharmann, Allison (Febru ).
"Inventur: Forgotten Art Rediscovered at the Harvard Art Museums". The Harvard Crimson. Retrieved Febru ↑ Lenger, John. "Busch-Reisinger marks a century". Established by the Harvard Extension School and the Harvard Extension Alumni Association in honor of Annamae Crite, who for more than a half century faithfully attended Extension courses, and her son, Allan R.
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Divinity Avenue, Ranked by the Germanic Museum (now called Busch-Reisinger) and the Harvard Print ing Office, led to willow trees and yellow houses.
MR. SCOTT, gentlemanly scholar and Director of the Museum, worried about full measure of work for each hour's pay-yet encouraged the staff to go out.The raging buﬀalo charge, killing a nobleman’s horse, but they are eventually slain.
The painting is a promised gift from Stuart Cary Welch, former curator of Islamic and Later Indian Art at the Harvard University Art Museums.]]> T Harvard Art Museums.ROMANO-GERMANIC MUSEUM.
The Roman mosaic with scenes from the world of Dionysos ( /) and the reconstructed funerary monument to the legionary Poblicius ( 40) are probably the best-known exhibits in Cologne's Romano-Germanic collections are drawn from the archaeological heritage of the city and its environs, from prehistory to the early .