Frederick George Nichols (1878-1954) served as the state supervisor of commercial education for the New York State Educational
Department (1909-11) before becoming a professor of education (1922-44) and emeritus professor at Harvard University. The
collection consists of memoirs relating to Nichols' career as a professor of business education at Harvard University.
Nichols was born on March 18, 1878 in Avon, New York; served as state supervisor of commercial education, New York State Educational
Department, 1909-11; became associate professor of education (1922-44) and emeritus professor, Harvard University; he died
on June 1, 1954.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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