Lehigh University Libraries, Special Collections: Benjamin LeRoy Miller Diary, 1891

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Born in 1874, Benjamin LeRoy Miller was a Profess of Geology at Lehigh University from 1907-1944, having earned his A.B. from the University of Kansas and his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. Before coming to Lehigh he taught at Penn College, Bryn Mawr, and briefly at Princeton. His diary, written when he was only 17, describes his life as a student in Kansas. It begins in Rock Creek, Kansas on January 1, 1891, and ends in Topeka, Kansas on December 31, 1891.

Title: Benjamin LeRoy Miller Diary, 1891
Authors: Miller, Benjamin L. (Benjamin LeRoy), 1874-1944
Call number: SC MS 0013, Box 8, Folder 1
(Bethlehem, Special Collections, Lehigh University Libraries)
Publisher: Special Collections, Lehigh University Libraries
Language: English.
Date: 1891
Place: Rock Creek, Kansas
Subjects names: Miller, Benjamin L. (Benjamin LeRoy), 1874-1944
Subjects topical: Male college students
Subjects geographic: Rock Creek (Kan.), Topeka (Kan.)
Genres: Diaries