Correspondence, notes, manuscripts and reprints of articles and lectures, and clippings, pertaining to his career as professor
of history, University of California, and as U.S. Commissioner in the Philippines.
Born in 1846, Bernard Moses attended the University of Michigan and the University of Heidelberg. He began his teaching career
at Albion College, and came to the University of California in 1876 as professor of history and political science. He was
a member of the U. S. Philippine Commission from 1900-1902, and later participated in the Panamerican Scientific Congress
in Santiago, Chile, and in the International Conference of American States in Buenos Aires. He was also minister plenipotentiary
on a special mission to Chile.
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