Alexander Rourke Butler papers
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1.9 Cubic Feet (5 letter size document boxes)
Professor Butler began teaching at Michigan State in 1953 and held a concurrent position as Fulbright lecturer in American history at the University of Helsinki, 1960-1961. In 1957, he established the Alexander R. Butler Prize at Hopkins, which is awarded annualy in the History Department for the best research paper written by a first-year graduate student.
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