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Donham, Wallace Brett
Also in 1919:
A huge 1st-year postwar enrollment (307) necessitates the introduction of sections in required courses.
Graduating class has four members
HBS records a deficit of $4,000 for 1918-19 school year; closed by fundraising in Boston and New York
Total fall enrollment soars to 412: almost twice the previous high (in the fall of 1916)
Byron Roorbach joins faculty as Professor of Foreign Trade; remains on faculty until 1934
Radcliffe graduate Elizabeth W. Wilson petitions to study life insurance at HBS; faculty votes "no"
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Wallace B. Donham, a Harvard-trained lawyer and banker, and a protege of President Lowell, is named HBS's 2nd dean.
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