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    H88-0093. Lampen, Albert E. (1887-1963). Papers, 1919-1967. 0.75 linear ft. PARTIALLY RESTRICTED

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    Graduate of Hope College (1911) and the University of Michigan (A.M., 1914) and completed the coursework at the University of Michigan and University of Chicago for a Ph.D. in mathematics; professor of mathematics at Hope College from 1919-1957; served as the superintendent of schools for Saugatuck, Michigan, and Gladwin, Michigan, from 1914-1916; college math and Latin instructor at Winona College in Winona, Indiana (1916-1918); professor of physics and astronomy at Washburn College in Topeka, Kansas (1918); appointed professor of mathematics at Hope College in 1919, and elected professor of mathematics in 1921; served as the head of the mathematics department, as well as an instructor in navigation and astronomy; secretary on the Classical Board of Benevolence for the Reformed Church in America (RCA) for thirty-three years beginning in 1927; served terms at Hope College on the Administrative Committee, faculty sponsor for Blue Key, member of the Athletic Committee, and official timekeeper for many athletic contests; retired from Hope College in 1957; an annual memorial prize in mathematics honoring Lampen has been awarded to a senior math major. The collection includes his personnel file (RESTRICTED), class record books (RESTRICTED), photographs and biographical information

    H88-0170. Van Eyl, F. Phillip (1928- ). Papers, 1958-[ongoing]. 0.50 linear ft. PARTIALLY RESTRICTED

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    Florus Phillip Van Eyl was born in Haarlem, the Netherlands. He received his elementary and secondary education in the Hague and two years of university training at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. He served in the United States Army 11th Airborne Division during the Korean Conflict before coming to Hope College to study economics in 1953. At Hope College, he changed his major from economics and received his A.B. degree in psychology (1955), and his M.A. (1958) and Ph.D. (1964) in experimental psychology from the Claremont Graduate School and University Center in California. He became a United States citizen in 1955. Van Eyl was appointed as an instructor in the two-person psychology department at Hope College in 1959. He later developed Hope’s first psychology laboratory and shepherded the department into its own Shields Cottage and later the Peale Science Center. He also established Hope College’s chapter of Psi Chi, the national psychology honorary society, and the men’s soccer program, which he coached from 1965-1968. Van Eyl also served as chairman of the department from 1964-1970 and 1977-1989. In 1966, he served as the director of the Hope College Summer School. The collection includes biographical materials, a funeral program for his second wife, Hermina (Mickie) (VanEgmond) Van Eyl, his personnel file (RESTRICTED), photographs, a program and papers read at his retirement in 1993, and a some of his writings dating from 1963 to 1993

    H88-1001. Tysse, John W. (1900-1958). Papers, 1906-1961. 0.25 linear ft.

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    Hope College class of 1929. Collection includes Hope College publications, programs, student guides, graduation announcements, and scripts

    H88-0206. Yntema Family (1851-1920). Papers, 1876-1985. 2.50 linear ft. PARTIALLY RESTRICTED

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    Included in the collection are papers of Douwe B. Yntema, Mary Loomis Yntema, Chester Yntema, Clara Yntema, Dwight B. Yntema, Hessel Yntema, Leonard Yntema, Theodore Otte Yntema and Gordon Yntema. Materials include clippings, personnel file (RESTRICTED), photographs, articles, memorials, correspondence, scholarly research, financial material pertaining to Hope College, and biographies

    H91-1122. Strowenjans, Delbert “Dutch” (1891-1959). Papers, 1918-1999. 0.50 linear ft.

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    Dierck Adelbert “Dutch” Strowenjans served during World War One as a mechanic with Company D of the 339th Infantry Regiment, 85th Division, American Expeditionary Forces in Russia (“Polar Bears”). The collection includes twenty-three letters from Strowenjans to his family and Lillian Bax while he was on a tour of duty in Russia

    The Anchor, Volume 15.10: July 1, 1902

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    The Anchor began in 1887 and was first issued weekly in 1914. Covering national and campus news alike, Hope College’s student-run newspaper has grown over the years to encompass over two-dozen editors, reporters, and staff. For much of The Anchor\u27s history, the latest issue was distributed across campus each Wednesday throughout the academic school year (with few exceptions). As of Fall 2019 The Anchor has moved to monthly print issues and a more frequently updated website. Occasionally, the volume and/or issue numbering is irregular

    The Anchor, Volume 30.18: November 7, 1917

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    The Anchor began in 1887 and was first issued weekly in 1914. Covering national and campus news alike, Hope College’s student-run newspaper has grown over the years to encompass over two-dozen editors, reporters, and staff. For much of The Anchor\u27s history, the latest issue was distributed across campus each Wednesday throughout the academic school year (with few exceptions). As of Fall 2019 The Anchor has moved to monthly print issues and a more frequently updated website. Occasionally, the volume and/or issue numbering is irregular

    The Anchor, Volume 32.30: April 28, 1920

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    The Anchor began in 1887 and was first issued weekly in 1914. Covering national and campus news alike, Hope College’s student-run newspaper has grown over the years to encompass over two-dozen editors, reporters, and staff. For much of The Anchor\u27s history, the latest issue was distributed across campus each Wednesday throughout the academic school year (with few exceptions). As of Fall 2019 The Anchor has moved to monthly print issues and a more frequently updated website. Occasionally, the volume and/or issue numbering is irregular

    The Anchor, Volume 33.04: October 20, 1920

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    The Anchor began in 1887 and was first issued weekly in 1914. Covering national and campus news alike, Hope College’s student-run newspaper has grown over the years to encompass over two-dozen editors, reporters, and staff. For much of The Anchor\u27s history, the latest issue was distributed across campus each Wednesday throughout the academic school year (with few exceptions). As of Fall 2019 The Anchor has moved to monthly print issues and a more frequently updated website. Occasionally, the volume and/or issue numbering is irregular

    The Anchor, Volume 36.26: September 24, 1924

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    The Anchor began in 1887 and was first issued weekly in 1914. Covering national and campus news alike, Hope College’s student-run newspaper has grown over the years to encompass over two-dozen editors, reporters, and staff. For much of The Anchor\u27s history, the latest issue was distributed across campus each Wednesday throughout the academic school year (with few exceptions). As of Fall 2019 The Anchor has moved to monthly print issues and a more frequently updated website. Occasionally, the volume and/or issue numbering is irregular
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