Cummings, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1884-1969
- Existence: 1884 - 1969
Benjamin F. Cummings was a professor of Classical Languages at Brigham Young University, 1920-1951. Professor B.F. Cummings was a professor of foreign languages at B.Y.U. for 34 years with French as a specialty. He fostered several language groups, aided in their play production and took part in a number of B.Y.U. faculty plays. He also was chairman of the Eligibility Committee.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Includes a handwritten and typewritten history of the Brigham Young University Department of Modern and Classical Languages, penned by Benjamin F. Cummings, professor of Classical Languages for 34 years at Brigham Young University. The manuscripts are dated 1955.
Contains a handwritten and typewritten history of the Brigham Young University Department of Modern and Classical Languages, minutes of department conferences, foreign language plays, speeches and articles, class outlines, rolls and gradesheets.
Handwritten and typewritten manuscript entitled History of Modern and Classics Languages, written by Cummings.