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Finding Aid for the Henry Goldman papers, 1898-1945
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Box 1, Folder 1

Graduation Programs. 1908-1918

Scope and Content Note

-- A series of commencement programs and graduation memorabilia that document Henry Goldman's graduation history. Includes annotations on programs and one (holograph) note written to Goldman from Edgar S. Barney, principal of Hebrew Technical Institute, dated 1916.
Box 1, Folder 2

Extra-Curricular Documents. 1902-1954

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-- Two drawings and a photograph, unsigned.
Box 1, Folder 3

School Notebooks. 1898-1910

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-- Nine primary through secondary school notebooks containing various educational exercises, notes, and drawings. Includes early twentieth century business blank books, drawing books, and a graph book from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
Box 1, Folder 4

Lecture Notes. 1934-1935

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-- Three notebooks with dated lecture notes from Goldman's later education in philosophy and psychology. Includes a number of related newspaper clippings documenting various political and intellectual issues of the period, with some pasted in the notebook.
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Bound Manuscript (typescript). 1913

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-- Two copies of Henry Goldman's senior essay, Physical Evaluation of Railroad Property , submitted as part of the degree requirements for the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
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Bound Manuscript (typescript). 1915

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-- Two copies of Henry Goldman's graduate thesis, History of Engineering Education to A.D. 1750 , submitted as part of the Master of Arts degree requirements for New York University.
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Series (Monograph) - Henry Goldman. 1918.

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The Applied Psychology of Hugo Münsterberg. The Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. II. Washington: American Psychological Association.