Correspondence, manuscripts, printed items, notes for speeches and articles, and clippings, of the Vice-President and Provost
of the University of California. Some relate to the loyalty oath controversy at the University.
Monroe Emanuel Deutsch, professor of classics and Vice-President and provost of the University of California, was born in
1879 of a Jewish family in San Francisco. An excellent student, he graduated from Lowell High School in San Francisco, and
then worked his way through the University of California, receiving his bachelor's degree in 1902 and his Master's Degree
in 1903. He first taught for a year in the Mission High School in San Francisco, and later in the Berkeley High School where
he remained until 1907, when he became an assistant in Greek at the University of California and worked for his doctorate.
This he received in 1911. He attained full professorship in Latin in 1922.
Number of containers: 1 portfolio, 2 cartons
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