A thumb-nail history of the city of Houston, Texas, from its founding in 1836 to the year 1912 Page: 181
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THE CITY OF HOUSTON, TEXAS 181
dent of the University of Washington; to be Lecturer
Griffith Conrad Evans, Ph. D. (Harvard), of
Rome, Italy; Sheldon Fellow of Harvard University;
to be Assistant Professor of Pure Mathematics.
Julian Sorrell Huxley, M. A. (Oxford), of Oxford,
England; Newdigate Prizeman of the University
of Oxford; Lecturer in Biology at Balliol
College, and Inter-collegiate Lecturer in Oxford
University; to be Research Associate in Biology.
Francis Ellis Johnson, B. A., E. E. (Wisconsin),
of Houston, Texas; recently with the British
Columbia Electric Railway Company; to be
Instructor in Electrical Engineering.
Edgar Odell Lovett, Ph. D. (Virginia and
Leipsic), LL. D. (Drake and Tulane), of Houston,
Texas; formerly Professor of Mathematics
in Princeton University, and later Head of the
Department of Astronomy in the same institution;
President of the Institute; to be Professor
William Ward Watkin, B. Sc. (Pennsylvania),
Architect, of Houston, Texas; to be Instructor in
Harold Albert Wilson, F. R. S., D. Sc. (Cambridge),
of Montreal, Canada; Fellow of Trinity
College, Cambridge University; formerly Professor
in King's College, London; Research Pro-
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