Arthur Irving Andrews papers, 1911-1978

This collection has:

0.25 cubic ft.

Arthur Irving Andrews (1878-1967) taught history at Tufts from 1911 to 1926. Andrews was a specialist in Eastern European history and the author of numerous book reviews. In 1920, Andrews spearheaded an effort to establish a Tufts War Memorial also called a War (Memorial) Museum to commemorate the role Tufts men in World War I.

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