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Emily Eleanor Calkins graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1927. She also attended Columbia College in Florida, 1915-1917. She was a math instructor and professor at the College of William and Mary from 1927 to 1961. Her appointments: Instructor in Mathematics, 1927-1944; Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 1944-1953; Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1953-1961; Associate Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus, 1961-.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Emily Eleanor Calkins in the SCRC database.
- Colonial Echo: 1941, p. 5(16); search W&M Digital Archive for further references.
- No references in the Flat Hat index, but there are entries for her in the index for the Alumni Gazette and William & Mary News.
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