Correspondence and manuscripts of Dean of School of Education, University of California, relating to education, to junior
college conferences, and to the publication of the 1947 handbook for the National Society for the Study of Education.
Frank Nugent Freeman, educator and psychologist, was born in Canada in 1880. He obtained his degrees from Wesleyan University
and Yale. He taught at Yale and at the University of Chicago where he became chairman of the Department of Psychology, before
coming to the University of California. While at Berkeley he was appointed Dean of the School of education. He was active
in educational societies, took part in conferences concerning junior colleges in California, and wrote and edited many works
relating to education and psychology.
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