The Henry Goldman collection consists of various educational materials, all of which document his trajectory of scholarship
as an early to mid-twentieth century academic. It includes samples of his academic writings, commencement memorabilia, and
lecture and study notes that span a period from grade school to his graduate and post-graduate education.
Henry Goldman matriculated to the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn after graduating from the Hebrew Technical Institute in
1902 and later with a Bachelors degree in General Science from the Cooper Union in 1909. In the year 1913, Goldman received
his Bachelors in Civil Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn after which he went on to pursue his graduate
education at New York University. Goldman earned a Master of Arts degree from NYU in 1915 and advanced to candidacy for a
Doctorate in Pedagogy at that same university in 1918. From this point on through the latter part of his life, Goldman studied
and wrote on issues in applied and theoretical psychology.
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