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Frederick--Charles A. (Class of 1893; Science Faculty)

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1 Charles A. Frederick
Alumnus 33:3, p.23
7/1/1949 Died on January 28; followed by his wife.
2 Mrs. Charles A. Frederick, (Ida E. Shaw)
Alumnus 29:2, p.32
4/1/1945 Died at her home in Pasadena, California, October 4, 1944. Charles and Ida were widely known among the graduates of the nineties, and had made their home since 1900 in Pasadena, where Charles continues to live.
3 Frank C. Woods
Alumnus 19:1, p.6
1/1/1935 Visits campus and recalls old days.
4 Mrs. Chas. B. Ingram
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.5
10/1/1921 Mrs. May Ingram moves into her new home at Milan Place, California. The new residence is located near the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Frederick.
5 Chas. A. Frederick
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.6
1/1/1921 Frederick and wife Ida Shaw-Frederick is now living in South Pasadena, California.
6 Charles A. Frederick
Alumni News Letter 4:1, p.2
1/1/1920 Charles A. Frederick and Mrs. Frederick (Ida M. Shaw) are enjoying health and prosperity in California.
7 On Saturday, July 30
Normal Eyte 20:3, p.51
9/23/1909 Alumni met in Long Beach, California.
8 The following
Frederick--Charles A. (Class of 1893; Science Faculty)
Normal Eyte 19:13, p.204
12/16/1908 Charles Frederick writes about his work in opening land for agriculture.
9 Friends of C. A. and Ida (Shaw) Frederick
Normal Eyte 17:23, p.361
3/6/1907 Doing well in California.
10 In general; Prof. C. A. Frederick restored to health
Normal Eyte 10:20, p.483
2/16/1901 Moved to California in poor health; now feeling much better.
11 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 9:30, p.714
5/12/1900 Still in California.
12 Chas. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 9:22, p.521
3/10/1900 Is currently assistant professor of physics at Normal.
13 Ida E. Shaw
Normal Eyte 9:19, p.451
2/17/1900 Is married and living in California.
14 Ida E. Shaw
Normal Eyte 9:18, p.425
2/10/1900 Is married and living in California.
15 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 9:18, p.425
2/10/1900 Now in California.
16 It is greatly to be regretted
Normal Eyte 9:1, p.7
9/16/1899 Regrets that Mary Simmons and Charles Frederick have left the faculty.
17 Mrs. Frederick
Normal Eyte 9:1, p.12
9/16/1899 Writes from California that Professor Frederick's health is improving.
18 The Board of Trustees
Normal Eyte 9:1, p.6
9/16/1899 Received resignations of Professors Simmons and Frederick; approved appointments of Eva Gregg, Mamie Hearst, and S. F. Hersey.
19 Mr. Frederick
Normal Eyte 8:35, p.498
6/17/1899 Has been sick.
20 Mrs. Frederick
Normal Eyte 8:34, p.485
6/3/1899 Visited chapel.
21 We were glad to welcome
Normal Eyte 8:22, p.309
2/25/1899 Mr. Frederick back to campus.
22 Mr. Frederick came over to school
Normal Eyte 8:21, p.296
2/18/1899 But cannot continue with his classes.
23 Benjamin Quigley
Normal Eyte 8:20, p.280
2/11/1899 Doing well while filling in for Professor Frederick.
24 Mr. Frederick
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.267
2/4/1899 Recovering from illness.
25 Mr. Frederick
Normal Eyte 8:18, p.250
1/28/1899 Has had the grippe.
26 The Cottage Literary Circle
Normal Eyte 8:17, p.239
1/21/1899 Met at the Bender's home.
27 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Normal Eyte 8:10, p.141
11/12/1898 Relative died.
28 Miss Morris
Normal Eyte 8:8, p.112
10/29/1898 Guest of Mrs. C. A. Frederick.
29 Alpha
Normal Eyte 8:5, p.74
10/8/1898 Account of recent program.
30 The first meeting of the Cottage Literary Circle
Normal Eyte 8:4, p.56
10/1/1898 Studying American charities.
31 Charles A. Frederick, '93, and Ida E. Shaw
Normal Eyte 8:1, p.11
9/10/1898 Married.
32 The faculty and how they spent vacation
Normal Eyte 8:1, p.9
9/10/1898 Lengthy summary of faculty activities for the summer of 1898.
33 Faculty--Group 3
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.
6/11/1898 Faculty in 1898; photo.
34 The alumni
Wallbank--Nellie B. (Class of 1890; English Faculty)
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.8
6/11/1898 Survey of alumni achievements; W. R. Patterson was first alumnus to earn Ph. D.; photo.
35 C. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 7:31, p.11
5/7/1898 Will receive bachelor's degree from University of Chicago.
36 In speaking of the recent Chicago-Columbia debate
Normal Eyte 7:29, p.9
4/23/1898 C. A. Frederick praised.
37 The Board of Trustees
Normal Eyte 7:27, p.9
4/9/1898 Roster of faculty changes.
38 Chas. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 7:25, p.11
3/26/1898 Will represent University of Chicago in debate against Columbia University.
39 C. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.163
12/11/1897 Completed courses at University of Chicago.
40 C. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 7:10, p.117
11/13/1897 Studying physics and chemistry at University of Chicago.
41 Official news and notes
Normal Eyte 7:1, p.3
9/11/1897 President Seerley's tribute to James Gilchrist; a look at improvements made on buildings and on campus with the help of a professional landscape planner; library classified; changes in faculty.
42 The most successful year in the history of the State Normal School
Normal Eyte 6:34, p.476
6/19/1897 Account of Commencement exercises.
43 Faculty no. 3
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.414
6/12/1897 Composite of individual faculty portraits; photo.
44 The faculty
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.394
6/12/1897 Profiles of the faculty members; photo.
45 Sunday chapel appointments
Normal Eyte 6:29, p.345
5/8/1897 Roster of those who will lead chapel exercises.
46 Mr. C. A. Frederick
Normal Eyte 6:24, p.278
4/3/1897 Will take leave to study at University of Chicago.
47 Sunday chapel appointments
Normal Eyte 6:24, p.285
4/3/1897 Roster of chapel speakers.
48 Mr. Frederick
Normal Eyte 6:23, p.273
3/27/1897 Will speak at YMCA meeting.
49 Sunday chapel appointments
Normal Eyte 6:23, p.271
3/27/1897 Roster of featured speakers.
50 The Reading Circle
Normal Eyte 6:14, p.164
12/19/1896 Discussed "King Lear".


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