Henry Montgomery as a young man. Montgomery, first University of North Dakota faculty member appointed, was named vice president and natural sciences chair (1884-1886) and served as curator of the museum (1888-1889). Besides teaching the natural sciences, he also taught English and along with Webster Merrifield helped to develop the liberal arts curriculum for the university. When President William Blackburn was dismissed in 1885 and Webster Merrifield declined the presidency, Montgomery became acting president for two years (1885-1887). He resigned from the University of North Dakota in 1889.
Henry Montgomery; Acting President; Natural Sciences; Fashion-Clothing; Curator of the Museum; Vice President; William Blackburn; Webster Merrifield; Clothing and dress; Universities and colleges - Faculty; Museum curators; College teachers; Commercial photography; Mustaches
North Dakota--Grand Forks
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Montgomery, Henry, 1848-1919; Blackburn, Wm. M., (William Maxwell), 1828-1898; Merrifield, Webster, 1852-1916
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota