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Willibald Weniger Papers, 1908-1955

Group photo of the School of Engineering and Mechanic Arts Faculty, 1909. Front row (L to R): Willibald Weniger; Thomas Mooney Gardner; Gordon V. Skelton; Grant Albert Covell; Henry M. Parks; and Mark Clyde Phillips. Back
				row (L to R): C. L. Knopf; Earl Vincent Hawley; Samuel Herman Graf; E. P. Jackson; William McCaully Porter; Herbert Edward Cooke; and Wilford W. Gardner.

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MSS Weniger

Willibald Weniger began his career at Oregon Agricultural College in 1908 as the founding head of the Physics Department. He left the College in 1914 but returned to the position in 1920. In 1933 he became Assistant Dean of the Graduate Division of physics, and later Associate Dean and Dean. The Willibald Weniger Papers include Weniger's dissertation on infrared absorption spectra, reports of a 1938 professional trip to Europe and a 1955 University of Alaska yearbook.

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.16 cubic feet;

Related Papers

Willibald Weniger Photographic Collection (P 81); Physics Department Records (RG 37); MC-Weniger, Willibald.

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