Severe economic problems associated with Farrand with the Depression. Dr. Livingston Farrand succeeded James Baker in 1913 as CU president. Dr. Farrand graduated in 1888 from Princeton, studied later in England at Cambridge University. President Farrand began also negotiations was chairman of the Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars. Livingston Farrand became president of the university in 1921, was born in Newark in 1867, graduated in 1888 from Princeton University, was an instructor at later adjunct professor and Columbia University in psychology.
Livingston Farrand died in 1939. Cornell s international connections began officially in the 1920s. The advent of the New Deal provided in return federal aid to students. The program included a comprehensive crop improvement program. This letter concerns funds for a formerly psychologist for the reappointment of Kurt Lewin. The procession entered the hall to the Austrian Army March. Addresses were given on alumni on behalf of the students. Henry W. Sage presented Seal and the Charter to the President. President Schurman asked from the state for an annual appropriation, listed also special needs as scholarships and dormitories as faculty salaries. Mrs. Schurman and President hosted a reception at Armory Hall.
|1867||Livingston Farrand was born in Newark in 1867.|
|1888||Livingston Farrand graduated in 1888 from Princeton University.|
|1913||Dr. Livingston Farrand succeeded James Baker in 1913 as CU president.|
|1920s||Cornell began officially in the 1920s.|
|1921||Cornell-in-China begun originally in 1921.|
|1930s||Farrand provided strong support, strong support during the 1930s for academic freedom.|
|1939||Livingston Farrand died in 1939.|
|1942||Letter was not until 1942.|