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Finding Aid for the Hugh Gilchrist Dick Papers , 1937-1974
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Hugh Gilchrist Dick (1909-1971) was a professor in the English Department at UCLA (1942-1971) and a joint professor at the School of Library Science (1967-71). The collection consists of Dick's professional and personal correspondence, and papers relating to his work in the Department of English and School of Library Science at UCLA.
Hugh Gilchrist Dick was born September 14, 1909 in Whitehall, New York; BA, Union College, 1930; MA, Cornell University, 1935; Ph.D, Cornell, 1937; instructor (1937-42), assistant professor (1942-48), associate professor (1948-53), and professor (1953-71) in English Department, UCLA; joint professor, School of Library Science (1967-71), chairman of English Department, 1960-65; member, American Council of Learned Societies and Modern Language Association; died December 31, 1971.
21 boxes (10.5 linear ft.)
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