Gummere, Francis Barton
- Existence: 1855 - 1919
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Spike's Diary is a memoir written in the third person by George A. Dunlap (Class of 1916) about his experiences with various staff and faculty members during and after his time at Haverford.
"Foundations of English Literature," written by F.B. Gummere, a professor of English at Haverford, discusses the history of the English language, and the history of various genres of English literature.
This collection contains materials related to the life of Francis Barton Gummere (1855-1919) as well as his father, Samuel James Gummere (1811-1874).
The Francis Barton Gummere songbook and notebooks consists of three volumes of papers created by Gummere. There is a songbook created during his time at Haverford College in addition to his notebooks on Germanic life and the philosphy of Baruch Spinoza.
The collection consists of a notebook with notes that Hugh E. McKinstry took during a freshman year English class taught by Francis B. Gummere at Haverford College.