Andrew Dickson White

Andrew Dickson White (November 7, 1832 – November 4, 1918) was a U.S. diplomat, historian, and educator, who was the co-founder of Cornell University.

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... The Andrew Dickson White House, commonly referred to as the "A.D ... White House," is a Second Empire house on the campus of Cornell University, designed by William Henry Miller and Charles Babcock ... The house was commissioned in 1871 by Andrew Dickson White, its namesake, and co-founder and first president of the university ...
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... Andrew Dickson White, The Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White (1904) Until at least the mid-20th century, Cornell undergraduates with the surname 'White' were ... White, author of the world-famous children's book Charlotte's Web, continued to go by the nickname 'Andy' for the rest of his life after his ...
Andrew Dickson White - Gallery
... of the American Historical Association Circa about 1905 - Gelatin silver photograph of White An undated signature of White Circa about 1905 - Gelatin silver print cabinet ... White ... original photo that was used in the original Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White book 1906 - White and Goldwin Smith at the opening of Goldwin Smith Hall ...

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