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DOOLITTLE, Theodore Sandford, educator, born in Ovid, Seneca County, New York, 30 November 1836. He was graduated at Rutgers in 1859, and at the New Brunswick theological seminary in 1862, and in that year was licensed to preach in the Reformed Dutch Church, and became pastor at Flatlands, near Brooklyn, N. Y. In 1864 he accepted the chair of rhetoric, logic, and metaphysics at Rutgers, which he has since held, becoming also associate editor of the " Christian at Work" in 1873. Wesleyan University gave him the degree of D.D. in 1872. Dr. Doolittle has frequently lectured on art and literature. Besides articles in periodicals, he has published an "Account of the Centennial Celebration of Rutgers College" (1870), and a "History of Rutgers College," written for the Bureau of education at Washington. In 1875 he contributed to the " Christian Intelligencer" a series of letters entitled "Across the Continent."
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