Rowland Hill Harvey (1889-1943) was a social worker in Chicago and Los Angeles (1910-15), and later, an associate professor
of history at UCLA. He wrote
Samuel Gompers, Champion of the Toiling Masses (1935) and
Robert Owen, Social Idealist (1949). The collection consists of manuscripts and printed material documenting Rowland Hill Harvey's publications and talks
on American history.
Harvey was born on March 24, 1889 at Battle Creek, Iowa; social worker in Chicago and Los Angeles, 1910-15; BA (1918) and
MA (1920), University of Southern California; Ph.D, Stanford University, 1923; instructor in history, University of Iowa,
1924; instructor in history (1924-25), assistant professor (1925-30), then associate professor, UCLA; wrote Samuel Gompers, Champion of the Toiling Masses (1935) and Robert Owen, Social Idealist (1949); he died on March 10, 1943.
2 boxes (1 linear ft.)
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copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds
the copyright and pursue the
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