H03-1521.6. Krabbendam, Hans. Papers, 1989-2003. 0.25 linear ft.


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Hans Krabbendam (Ph.D., University of Leiden) is assistant director of the Roosevelt Study Center in Middelburg, the Netherlands. He is the author of Model Man: A Life of Edward W. Bok, 1863-1930 (2001), as well as many edited books on European (Dutch)-American relations. He is a past president of the Association for the Advancement of Dutch-American Studies. His collection includes his master’s thesis “Serving the Dutch Community: A Comparison of the Patterns of Americanization in the Lives of Two Immigrant Pastors,” 1989; the inaugural lecture of the Visiting Research Fellows Program, Van Raalte Institute, Hope College, “Dutch-American Identity Politics: The Use of History by Dutch Immigrants” and “Forgotten Found Father: Cornelius VanderMeulen as Immigrant Leader,” which appeared in the Journal for the History of Dutch Missions and Overseas Churches, Vol. 5, No. 2., (1998).


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