Frederick Middlebush

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Frederick Middlebush (October 15, 1890 – June 8, 1971)[1] was an American educator and thirteenth president of the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri from 1935-1954.[2] His presidency was the longest term ever served at the University.[3] His presidency included the completion of the Memorial Union and a tripling in enrollment after World War II.[4] Middlebush Hall is named in his honor.[3] He is buried in Columbia at the Columbia Cemetery[5]

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  1. ^ Mautino, Nicole (6 February 2008). "Spirits of Mizzou - Middlebush". University Archives muarchives.missouri.edu/. Retrieved 11 May 2009. 
  2. ^ Former Presidents of the University of Missouri | Office of the President | University of Missouri System
  3. ^ a b Mizzou On Canvas: A Portrait in Leadership
  4. ^ University of Missouri Leaders
  5. ^ Mautino, Nicole (2008-04-15). "Spirits of Mizzou". University Archives muarchives.missouri.edu/. Retrieved 11 May 2009. 

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Academic offices
Preceded by
Walter Williams
President of the University of Missouri
1931–1935
Succeeded by
Elmer Ellis