A.H. Cole photographs of Colgate University, A1285
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Aaron Hodgman Cole was born in Greenwich on October 21, 1856. He graduated from Colgate in 1884; taught at the Peddie Institute from 1884-1888; and studied at Johns Hopkins University in 1889. At Colgate, he was a lecturer in natural history from 1888-1890 and then a lecturer (1890-1891) and instructor (1891-1892) in biology and geology. He served as curator of the museum from 1890-1892.
Following his time at Colgate, he was a teacher in Chicago (1892-1906); instructor at the University of Chicago (1891); and instructor of biology at Chicago Normal College (1906-1913). He died in Chicago on December 31, 1913.
Cole was the author of Manual of biological projection and anesthesia of animals (1907).
Elmer William Smith, ed., Colgate University General Catalogue, vol. 2, (Hamilton, NY: Colgate University, 1939), 12.
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- Guide to the A.H. Cole photographs of Colgate University
- Allyson Smally
- October 21, 2014
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