Benjamin F. Cummings papers
Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cummings was a professor of Classical Languages at Brigham Young University from the 1920s until the 1950s. He was a professor of foreign languages with French as a specialty. The University Archives holds a collection that documents Professor Cummings experiences at Brigham Young University (UA 171 Benjamin F. Cummings papers, 1925-1955). This collection contains department meeting minutes, foreign language plays, speeches and articles, and class materials. It also includes a history of modern and classics languages at Brigham Young University written by Professor Cummings in 1955.
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