Robert A. Feer papers
Robert Arnold Feer, former Director of Graduate Studies in History at Northeastern University, was born in Brookline, Mass. in the late 1920s. He earned a Bachelor's degree in 1950, Master's degree in 1951, and Ph.D. in 1958 from Harvard University. In 1963, Feer came to Northeastern, where he developed the Department of African-American Studies. Feer died on September 22, 1970. In 1973, the Northeastern University History Department instituted the Feer Award, a monetary prize offered to the graduate student who completes the program with the highest grade point average.
- 1945-1969 (bulk 1958-1969)
- Feer, Robert A. (Person)
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3.00 cubic feet (10 containers)
System of Arrangement:
Arranged in one alphabetical sequence.
- Finding aid for the Robert A. Feer Papers
- Finding aid prepared by Cat Lea
- October 2000
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- Description is in English.