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Faculty: 1926-1938

1926-1927Past Fraser

Professor Raymond H. Wheeler, Ph.D.
Asst. Professor Curt Rosenow
Asst. Professor: Harry Nelson
Beulah Morrison

1927-1928

Professor Raymond H. Wheeler
Asst. Professor: Harry DeSilva, Ph.D.
J. P. Guilford, Ph.D. Beulah Morrison

1928-1929

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Asst. Professor: Harry DeSilva
Donald M. Purdy, Ph.D.
Beulah Morrison

1929-1930

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor Raymond H. Wheeler
Assoc. Professor: Harry DeSilva
Beulah Morrison
Asst. Professor: Donald M. Purdy, Ph.D.

1930-1931

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor Raymond H. Wheeler
Assoc. Professor: Harry DeSilva
Beulah Morrison
Asst. Professor: Marjorie Cutsforth, Ph.D.
Donald M. Purdy (on leave)

1931-1932

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor Raymond H. Wheeler
Assoc. Professors: J. F. Brown, Ph.D.
Beulah Morrison
Asst. Professor: Donald M. Purdy (on leave)

1932-1933

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Assoc. Professor: J. F. Brow
Beulah Morrison
Asst. Professor: Donald M. Purdy

1933-1934

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor: Beulah Morrison
Asst. Professor: J. F. Brown
Harry Nelson
Paul Squires, Ph.D.

1934-1935

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor: Beulah Morrison
Assoc. Professor: J. F. Brown
Asst. Professor: James Perkins, Ph.D.

1935-1936

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor: Beulah Morrison
Raymond H. Wheeler
Assoc. Professor: J. F. Brown
Asst. Professor: James Perkins

1936-1937

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor: Beulah Morrison
Assoc. Professor: J. F. Brown
Asst. Professor: James Perkins

1937-1938

Chairman Raymond H. Wheeler
Professor: Beulah Morrison
Raymond H. Wheeler 
Assoc. Professor: J. F. Brown
Asst. Professor: James Perkins Fletcher McCord, Ph.D.


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