University of Chicago
The University of Chicago (est. 1890) is an educational institution in Chicago, Illinois.
Citationİstanbul ve Chicago Üniversiteleri karma projesi güneydoğu Anadolu tar. araş, 1980: v. 1, p. 1 (Chicago Üniversitesi)
Goodspeed, T. A history of the University of Chicago, 1972: p. 13 (in January 1857, the institution was incorporated as The University of Chicago) p. 31, etc. ("on October 1, 1886, three months after the closing of the Old University ...")
The University of Chicago WWW site, viewed Oct. 12, 2012: home page (The University of Chicago; 5801 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60637; 773.702.1234)
Minutes of the Board of Trustees, Old University of Chicago, 9-8-1890 ("Resolution A. Resolved, that the corporate name of this University be and the same is hereby changed from 'The University of Chicago' to 'The Old University,' and that from and after the adoption of this resolution, the corporate name of this University shall be 'The Old University')
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Scope and Contents Comments on his early life and on the influence of his father, Franklin S. Harris, president of Brigham Young University (BYU). Also comments on attendance at the following institutions of higher learning: BYU, 1930-1934; University of Chicago, 1933, 1934, and 1937-1939; Oxford University, 1934-1936; London School of Economics, 1936-1937; and Kent State University, 1937. Includes comments on his early interest in geography, some of his teachers at BYU and the University of Chicago, and his...