Rosenbach Gives $20,000 for Fellowship at Pennsylvania U.
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Rosenbach Gives $20,000 for Fellowship at Pennsylvania U.

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Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach, president of the American Historical Society, editor, bibliographer and collector, has given $20,000 to the University of Pennsylvania for the establishment of an honorary fellowship in bibliography, it was announced here yesterday by Provost Penninman. An appointment to the fellowship will be made in the near future.

The fellowship is said to be the first in its field at any university in the United States.

Dr. Rosenbach was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with the degree of bachelor of science in 1898 and three years later received the degree of doctor of philosophy. The honorary degree of doctor of fine arts was conferred upon him in 1927.

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