Newton Lloyd Andrews papers, A1068
Scope and Contents
This collection contains writings, lectures, sermons, teaching material, lists of slides, and a small amount of correspondence.
- 1861 - 1970
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Newton Lloyd Andrews was a faculty member and administrator at Madison University, which later became known as Colgate University, for over fifty years.
He was born in Fabius, New York, on August 14, 1841. He earned his undergraduate degree from the college at Madison University in 1862 and a Master's from the Seminary in 1864. He went on to obtain a PhD from Hamilton College in 1878, an LLD from the University of Chicago in 1883, and a Doctor of Humane Letters from Colgate in 1914. He studied philology and classical literature abroad from 1879-1880; the history of art in Europe, Egypt, and Asia from 1895-1896; and the history of art abroad in 1903, 1909, and 1910.
Andrews held the following positions at Madison and Colgate: principal of the grammar school (1864-1869); adjunct professor of Latin (1865-1866); professor of Latin (1866-1868); professor of Greek language and literature (1868-1918); librarian (1868-1880); dean of college faculty (1880-1895); and lecturer on the history of art (1896-1918). He died in Hamilton on September 14, 1918.
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Language of Materials
- Guide to the Newton Lloyd Andrews papers
- Lora J. Davis and Allyson Smally
- May 1, 2014
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