Contains 8 Results:
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.
Handwritten and typewritten manuscript entitled History of Modern and Classics Languages, written by Cummings.
Minutes transcribed from staff conferences, from 1925 to 1949, with Franklin S. Harris and the Bulletin of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
Rolls of students' names and grade reports from the classes of Benjamin F. Cummings.
File includes book requests made by Professor Cummings to the modern language department at Brigham Young University.
Includes a variety of papers concerning candidates for master's degrees, tests, instructions, forms, and correspondence from Cummings.
Papers and materials from several of Cummings's language classes. The majority of the papers are from his French classes, which were his speciality.
Material from Professor Cummings's theology classes. The major topic discussed in the papers is an approach to some of the problems of ethics.