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Paul Haupt (1858-1926) was a philologist and a professor of Semitic Languages at Johns Hopkins University. The collection consists of correspondence and research for an expedition in search of Assyrian and Babylonian antiquities from 1884 to 1888; 4 notebooks from Haupt’s graduate studies at Leipzig from 1877 to 1879; and 1 volume, "Notes from the Oriental Seminary," edited and annotated by Haupt.
Philip D. Curtin (1922-2009) was a historian and author. The collection of author and historian, Philip D. Curtin, consists of materials related to his teaching and writing career dating from 1955 to 1993.
The collection consists of a few items of correspondence, clippings, pamphlest, and a partially typed manuscript of "The Algebra of Probably Inference."
The papers of geologist, Robert Balk, include research files, photographs, writings, correspondence, and approximately 50 field notebooks. The materials date from 1922 to 1956.
Robert Bruce Toulston was a professor of German at Johns Hopkins University for thirty-seven years. Collection consists of condolences, notebooks and notes, bound plays (German, and English translations of Italian), and theater and concert programs from 1908-1953.
Robert Larimore Pendleton (1890-1957) was a soil scientist and professor of geography at Johns Hopkins University. The collection consists of two bound reports: "Soils and Land Use in Peninsular Siam," by Pendleton, and Pendleton's copy of "Soil Series Bibliography," by Charles F. Shaw and Mark Baldwin. The reports span 1938-1949.
Collection of physicist, Robert Williams Wood, contains a small amount of correspondence, printed biographical material, and copies of reports and proceedings from scientific societies dating from 1927-1942.
Henry Augustus Rowland (1848-1901) was a first professor of physics at the newly founded Johns Hopkins University in 1876, a post he held until his death in 1901. Rowland collected an extensive library of reprints (1793-1900) on a variety of subjects, including: Electricity, Heat, Liquids, Mechanics, Gases, Apparatus and Methods, Physics of the Earth, Solids, Chemistry, Acoustics, and Light.