Fonds 2126 - Eugene Haanel fonds

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Eugene Haanel fonds

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CA ON00357 2126

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  • 1874 (Creation)

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1 cm of textual records

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Eugene Haanel was born near Berlin and studied at Breslau. He taught at several American colleges before coming to Victoria College, Cobourg in 1872 where he served as Professor of Chemistry and Physics, 1872-1889. He also served as Dean of Science and founded the Faraday Hall, the first science hall in Canada. Haanel was married to Julia Darling of Michigan and the couple had 5 children.

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Professor of Chemistry and Experimental Physics and Lecturer on Geology, 1872-1882
Dennis Moore Professor of Chemistry and Physics; Lecturer on Mineralogy, 1882-1889

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Consists of address by Professor Eugene Haanel to Victoria University Physics Class concerning the presentation of some scientific equipment, 1874.

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