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Maurice B. Cramer ’31 *37

Published in May 15, 1991, issue

ENGLISH LITERATURE MAJOR AND PROFESSOR, our classmate Maurice Cramer died Feb. 26, 1990, at N.C. Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. At Princeton he majored in classics, graduated magna cum laude, and received a Ph.D. in English in 1937. He was a professor of English and the humanities at Princeton, Mount Holyoke, Univ. of Tampa, Univ. of Chicago, and Penn State. At the Univ. of Chicago he won the Quantrell Prize for excellence in undergraduate teaching. He was a Fulbright Professor of American Studies at the University of Athens, Greece, 195758. The author of numerous articles and poems, Maurice was a member of the Modem Language Assn., the Philological Society, and the governing board of the Assn. of Princeton Graduate Alumni. To his widow, Alice, and their family, the Class extends its sympathy.

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