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Charles Franklin Dunbar
He graduated from Harvard University in 1851. From 1885 to 1898 he served as a trustee and later as president of the Board of Trustees of Phillips Exeter Academy; Dunbar Hall, a dormitory on that school's campus, was named after him in 1901, as was its replacement after it was destroyed by fire in 1907.
- Dunbar, Charles Franklin (1904). Economic essays. New York: Macmillan.
- Dunbar, Charles Franklin (1917). Theory and history of banking. New York and London: Putnam's sons.
- Lamont, Thomas S.; Mason, Edward S. (August 1982). "The Harvard Department of Economics from the Beginning to World War II". The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 97 (3): 384. doi:10.2307/1885870. JSTOR 1885870.
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