Ruhl Jacob Bartlett Papers, 1923 -- 1993
This collection has:
2.4 Cubic Feet
Born on January 24 1897 in Webster, West Virginia, Ruhl Jacob Bartlett was a professor and scholar of American and diplomatic history. He attended public schools in Webster, West Virginia, and Jackson Center, Ohio, and served in the United States Navy during and after World War I serving as a Navy seaman in training at Ohio State University and at the Great Lakes stations from 1918-1919. He holds an A. B. from Ohio University (1920), an M. A. from the University of Cincinnati (1923), and a PhD from Ohio State University (1927). He taught at Ohio high-schools from 1920-1923 and as instructor in history at the University of Iowa (1925-26).
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