Julius Sachs

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Not to be confused with Julius von Sachs.
Julius Sachs
Born (1849-07-06)July 6, 1849
Baltimore, Maryland
Died February 2, 1934(1934-02-02) (aged 84)
New York City
Nationality American
Fields Pedagogy
Alma mater University of Rostock
Columbia University
Spouse Rosa Goldman (m. 1874)
Children Ernest Sachs (1879–1958)

Julius Sachs (July 6, 1849 – February 2, 1934) was an American educator. He founded Sachs Collegiate Institute in 1872, and served as the schools principal until 1902, when he was appointed Professor of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.[1]

Sachs was born into the Goldman–Sachs family of bankers. He married Rosa Goldman, daughter of Marcus Goldman, in 1874.

Inspired by Julius' brother Bernard Sachs, Julius' son Ernest Sachs became a notable physician.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Briggs, Ward W., ed. (1994). "Sachs, Julius". Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists. Greenwood. pp. 553–554. ISBN 0313245606. 
  2. ^ Ernest Sachs (1879-1958): The First Secretary-the Power behind the Throne