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Carl Roseberg was an artist and art historian at the College of William and Mary from the 1940s through the 1980s. Roseberg was born in Vinton, Iowa in 1916 and died on November 11, 1999 in Williamsburg, Virginia. He graduated from the University of Iowa and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and the Korean War as a specialist in air intelligence. He married Virginia Gorman in 1952 in Batavia, Iowa. His College of William and Mary appointments: Instructor in Fine Arts, 1947-1952; Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, 1952-1957; Associate Professor of Fine Arts, 1957-1966; Professor of Fine Arts, 1966-1982; On leave of absence: 1950-1952; Professor of Fine Arts, Emeritus, 1982.
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Portions of the collection are on exhibit in administrative areas in the Earl Gregg Swem Library, including meeting rooms and the Special Collections Research Center's reading room, which may limit when researchers are available to view items. Consult a staff member for details.
Acc. 2009.232 received from Jacquelyn Dulin Wilson, Class of 1968, in memory of her parents Maurine Stuart Dulin, Class of 1939, and William Carter Dulin on 5/18/2008. Material also received prior to 2008.
Collection accessioned and described by Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist, in June-July 2009.