William Watts Folwell: The Autobiography and Letters of a Pioneer of Culture
University of Minnesota Press, Jan 1, 1933 - Biography & Autobiography - 287 pages
Folwell was not only the first president of the University of Minnesota, but was also active in founding of the Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts, establishment of a state geological survey, development of a park system for Minneapolis and the promotion of public health in the state.
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