Ernest Gottlieb Sihler papers
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The colletion consists of one bound volume of student notes in Greek literature and oratory prepared by Ernest G. Sihler while he was a graduate student at Hopkins, 1876-1878.
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Ernest G. Sihler was the first recipient of the Ph.D. in Greek (1878) awarded by the Johns Hopkins University. Sihler was professor of Latin language and literature at New York University (1892-1923) and the author of published works in classical history and philosophy. Sihler was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana January 2, 1853 and graduated from Concord College in 1869. He studied at the University of Berlin and Leipzig before entering Johns Hopkins where he was a student of professor Basil L. Gildersleeve. Ernest G. Sihler died in Mount Vernon, New York January 9, 1942.
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The collection was given to the University by E.G. Sihler in 1928.
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