Stringfellow Barr

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Stringfellow Barr was an editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review who took over the editorship on October 1, 1930. [1]

Upon his becoming a professor at UVA, Barr took over the courses in European history from Dumas Malone (who had priorly been encumbered with the entirety of the history curriculum which spanned from the ancient to modern era).

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At the time of his appointment, Barr was a professor of history at the University of Virginia.


  1. Web. Barr Assumes Duties as Editor of Virginia Quarterly Review, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, September 30, 1930, retrieved September 29, 2022. Print. September 30, 1930 page 1.

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