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Francke was born in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, in 1855, where he received his early education at the Kiel gymnasium. He earned a Ph.D. in medieval folklore and poetry in Munich in 1878. He was a close associate of art historian Ephraim Emerton, and through him met Harvard University president Charles William Eliot. In 1884 he became an instructor at Harvard, in 1887 assistant professor of German, in 1892 assistant professor of German literature, and earned a full professorship of history and German culture in 1896. In 1902, he became curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum (Germanic Museum) of Harvard University. He remained curator at Harvard until 1929, when he retired, and died the next year in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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  • Francke was born in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, in 1855, where he received his early education at the Kiel gymnasium. He earned a Ph.D. in medieval folklore and poetry in Munich in 1878. He was a close associate of art historian Ephraim Emerton, and through him met Harvard University president Charles William Eliot. In 1884 he became an instructor at Harvard, in 1887 assistant professor of German, in 1892 assistant professor of German literature, and earned a full professorship of history and German culture in 1896. In 1902, he became curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum (Germanic Museum) of Harvard University. He remained curator at Harvard until 1929, when he retired, and died the next year in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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  • Francke was born in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, in 1855, where he received his early education at the Kiel gymnasium. He earned a Ph.D. in medieval folklore and poetry in Munich in 1878. He was a close associate of art historian Ephraim Emerton, and through him met Harvard University president Charles William Eliot. In 1884 he became an instructor at Harvard, in 1887 assistant professor of German, in 1892 assistant professor of German literature, and earned a full professorship of history and German culture in 1896. In 1902, he became curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum (Germanic Museum) of Harvard University. He remained curator at Harvard until 1929, when he retired, and died the next year in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He received the degrees of LL.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 1904, and Litt.D. from Harvard University in 1912. From the German imperial government, he received the title of Chevalier Royal Prussian Order Red Eagle and Order of the Crown. A professorship in "German Art and Literature" at Harvard is named after Francke.
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