Dickinson Alumnus, December 1940

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Henry R. Isaacs (class of 1904) was appointed as a judge in Delaware and Earle D. Willey (class of 1911) was named Delaware Secretary of State.
  • The Annals of Medical History published an article about Dr. James Smith (class of 1792), a pioneer in vaccination.  
  • Dickinson opened a new dormitory located on Hanover Street, across from Metzger Hall, for up to 20 senior women. 
  • The Alumnus criticized the construction of the Pennsylvania Turnpike through the Cumberland Valley. 
  • Reviewers acclaimed Lloyd W. Eshelman's (class of 1923) new book A Victorian Rebel.
  • Rev. Albert L. Baner (class of 1923) became superintendent of the New Brunswick district in the New Jersey Conference of the Methodist Church.