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    • Frederick George Marcham (1992-1993 Memorial Statements of the University Faculty) 

      Gates, Paul W.; LaFeber, Walter F.; Wolters, Oliver W. (Internet-First University Press, 1992)
      An Obituary of Professor Frederick G. Marcham.
    • Obituary of Prof. Frederick G. Marcham 

      Chronicle, Cornell (Cornell University, 1993-01-21)
      The life and career of Prof. Marcham (1898-1992): teacher, trustee, department chairman at Cornell University, coach, author, photographer, mayor of Cayuga Heights village 32 years.
    • The Photographs of Frederick G. Marcham 

      Marcham, John (DeWitt Historical Society of Tompkins County, Ithaca, NY, 2000)
      Frederick George Marcham is remembered in Ithaca, New York, as a professor, teacher, and public official, hardly at all as a photographer. Some colleagues at Cornell University knew he collected prints and that in 1970 he ...
    • Memorial Service for Frederick G. Marcham (audio) 

      Johnson, Rev. Robert L.; Rhodes, Frank H.T.; Conable, John S.; LaFeber, Walter F.; Marcham, John; Lewis, Rev. Jack (Internet-First University Press, 2006)
      A memorial service for Prof. Marcham at Sage Chapel, Cornell, Jan. 24, 1993. Length: 1:13:51
    • A Last Class (Taught by Frederick Marcham) 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (Internet-First University Press, 2006)
      Prof. Marcham discusses his life and his Rules to Live By with the 1991 last meeting of a Cornell University course. Length 28:44.
    • A Talk on Job at Sage Chapel (audio) 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (Internet-First University Press, 2006)
      Prof. Marcham reads from and comments on the Book of Job, March 29, 1992, in the Cornell University chapel. Length: 14:27,
    • The Legacy of Frederick G. Marcham 

      LaFeber, Walter F.; Marcham, John (Internet-First University Press, 2006)
      The life and career of Prof. Frederick G. Marcham (1898-1992) who taught English history at Cornell University for 69 years. Length 41:44.
    • Compressed versions of the Books by and about Prof. Frederick G. Marcham 

      Marcham, Frederick G.; Marcham, John (2006-08-15)
      This is a collection of Compressed files which will expand to on either a PC or a MAC into the complete set of Books concerning Prof. Frederick G. Marcham. Once downloaded and uncompressed on your computer, Adobe Catalog ...
    • On Teaching 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      On Teaching contains a number of essays and reflections by F. G. Marcham on the roles of teacher and student. The bulk of these are articles were written in the latter part of his seven decades as a teacher at Cornell. ...
    • Cornell Notes: 1898 to World War II 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      The Cornell Notes in particular are very frank descriptions of the struggles among professors, departments, college deans, and central administrators to govern a university. They cover the period of Prof. Marcham's childhood, ...
    • Cornell Notes: World War II to 1968 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      The Cornell Notes in particular are very frank descriptions of the struggles among professors, departments, college deans, and central administrators to govern a university. Why so frank? I asked a close colleague of my ...
    • Britons and Cornellians 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      Among many essays written by F. G. Marcham were a number about individuals. One grew out of his publication of a book on the Cornellian bird artist Louis Agassiz Fuertes. Several are memorial tributes to and biographies ...
    • Cornell: Athletics, Wartime, and Summing Up 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      This book contains a number of the writings of F. G. Marcham on aspects of Cornell University: athletics, the campus during wartime, and his view of its operation and a general essay for use in a university book. It deals ...
    • Beliefs: Eight Essays and Nine Rules to Live By 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      This book contains seven numbered essays that F. G. Marcham shared most often with friends and others, and an eighth, unnumbered essay on nature, delivered at Cornell's Adult University. He also prepared a list of nine ...