Answered By: Michael Zeliff Last Updated: Apr 12, 2017 Views: 306
Hello, and thank you for your question.
Hornbake Library was named for Dr. R. Lee Hornbake (1912-2000). During his career, Dr. Hornbake was associated with the University of Maryland as an industrial education professor, dean of faculty, and vice-president for Academic Affairs. He retired in 1979 and passed away in 2000. Here are a few links that might be useful to you:
Happy Birthday, Dr. Hornbake ! [a page created in 2012 to mark his centennial]:
R. Lee Hornbake Papers: [contained here in the Special Collections & University Archives in the Hornbake Library]
You may also want to contact Anne Turkos for additional information.
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