A. Day Bradley Papers
Scope and Contents
4 boxes ; 55 books.
- Other: Date acquired: 01/10/1975
- Bradley, A. Day (Bradley, Amos Day) (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
He was from Peach Bottom, Lancaster County and part of the MSNS Class of 1922. He graduated from Penn State with a BA in 1927 and took a teaching position at New York Spring Valley High School while pursuing his Master's at Columbia University. He became an instructor at Hunter College in New York in 1930, teaching mathematics. In 1943 he took a leave of absence and joined the Naval Reserves as a Lt. (j.g.) teaching navigation. After the war he returned to Hunter College, teaching mathematics. He was at the Bronx campus which became Herbert H. Lehman College in 1968.
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Language of Materials
Various materials belonging to A. Day Bradley (MSNS Class of 1922), including manuscripts, publications, books and photographs.
Technical Access Requirements
The processing fee for photocopying or scanning requests is $10.00/request. There is no charge for Millersville University students, faculty, or staff.
Source of Acquisition
A. Day Bradley
Method of Acquisition
Accruals and Additions
Donations received in 1977, 1978, 1979, 1984 and 1985.
- Arithmetic -- Early works to 1900.
- Euclid's Elements.
- Nautical astronomy.
- Photograph collections
- Surveying -- Early works to 1800.
- Susquehanna River -- Face Rock -- Photographs.
- Susquehanna River -- Five Mile Stone -- Photographs.
- Susquehanna River -- Indian Rock Carvings -- Photographs
- Weights and measures.
- Archon Finding Aid Title
- Description rules
- Other Unmapped
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
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