Dr. Kathrine Koller (1903-1993), an authority on 17th century English literature, was the first woman head of a major department at the University of Rochester.

John W. Remington was a member of the class of 1917. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1921 and soon began working at the Lincoln Rochester Trust Company. In 1954 he was named president of Lincoln Rochester.

Allen McHose (1902-1986) was associate director of the Eastman School of Music He later became chair of the theory department and professor of theory. Mr.

Dexter Perkins was graduated from Harvard in 1909 and earned his Ph.D. there in 1914, the same year that he was hired by the University of Rochester as an assistant professor of history. He advanced to full professor in 1925, when he became head of the history department.

Dr. Ethel French, a professor of Chemistry at the University of Rochester from 1938 till 1977, was a member of the Class of 1920. She also earned her master’s degree in 1926 and her doctorate in Chemistry in 1937 from the University of Rochester.

Dorothy Dennis [1885-1988] was a member of the University of Rochester Class of 1908. Two of her sisters and one brother also attended the University and went on to lead interesting and accomplished lives.

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