William Boylan

William A. Boylan
William Aloysius Boylan (January 6, 1869 – July 8, 1940) was the first President of Brooklyn College.wikipedia
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Brooklyn College

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William Aloysius Boylan (January 6, 1869 – July 8, 1940) was the first President of Brooklyn College. Jimmy Walker, the Mayor of New York City, appointed Boylan the first President of Brooklyn College in May 1930.
Evans presented the sketches to the President of the college at the time, Dr. William A. Boylan.

New York City

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Boylan was born in New York City, to Arthur and Anne Boylan.

Xavier High School (New York City)

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He attended St. Francis Xavier College (B.A. and M.A.), New York University (Master of Pedagogy), and Fordham University (Doctor of Philosophy).

New York University

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He attended St. Francis Xavier College (B.A. and M.A.), New York University (Master of Pedagogy), and Fordham University (Doctor of Philosophy).

Fordham University

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He attended St. Francis Xavier College (B.A. and M.A.), New York University (Master of Pedagogy), and Fordham University (Doctor of Philosophy).

Doctor of Philosophy

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He attended St. Francis Xavier College (B.A. and M.A.), New York University (Master of Pedagogy), and Fordham University (Doctor of Philosophy).

New York City Panel for Educational Policy

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In his career, he was District Superintendent of Schools (beginning in 1913) and Associate Superintendent of Schools, with the New York City Board of Education (beginning in 1927).

Jimmy Walker

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Jimmy Walker, the Mayor of New York City, appointed Boylan the first President of Brooklyn College in May 1930.

Neuritis

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Boylan resigned as President and retired in September 1938 due to illness, as he was suffering from neuritis, and died on July 8, 1940, at 71 years of age.

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