Answered By: Miranda Rectenwald
Last Updated: Apr 04, 2018     Views: 73

The University Archives collections list David Kammerer in the following collections:

Commencement Program, 1933 (page 3), David Eames Kammerer received a Bachelor of Arts Degree;

Commencement Program, 1938 (page 8), David Eames Kammerer received a Master of Arts in English.

The library holds two copies of his master’s thesis “The Boy in English Fiction to Defoe” (call number LD5791.8 AM38 K129)

The campus telephone book “Ternion” lists as follows:

1930-31, page 65: Kammerer, David Eames, class ’33 – college, residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1931-32, page 87: Kammerer, David Eames, class ’33 – college, residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1932-33, page 87: Kammerer, David Eames, class ’33 – college, residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

                             And Richard Eames Kammerer, class of ’37 – civil engineering, residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1933-34, page 85: only lists Richard Eames Kammerer, class of ’36 – college, residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1935-36, page 83: Marylee Kammerer, 1st year Pre-Social Work, residence 7505 Teasdale

And Richard Eames Kammerer, 4th year (student not candidate for degree), residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1936-37, page 87: Marylee Kammerer, 1st year Fine Arts, residence 7505 Teasdale

1937-39, page 139: Delayed Enrollment [students listed at end of alpha directory list] Kammerer, David Eames, Graduate Student, residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1938-39, page 30: Faculty – Kammerer, David E. (Assistant, English) residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1939-40, page 33: Faculty – Kammerer, David E. (Instructor, English) residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1940-41, page 35: Faculty – Kammerer, David E. (Instructor, English) residence 211 N. Bemiston Ave

1941-42 – no Kammerer listed in directory

 

There are no known listings of David, or anyone else named Kammerer connected with the Physical Education department as an instructor in the 1930s or 1940s at Washington University in St. Louis.

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