Barry E. Hinman ’62 graduated summa cum laude in 1962 with a B.A. in History. He went on to graduate school at Princeton University as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, earning a Master’s Degree in History. Following 12 years in Paris, France, where he became head of the language section of a company training people for jobs in tourism, he returned to the U.S., as a history professor at the University of Nebraska. Eventually returning to the Bay Area, he became a Special Collections Librarian at Stanford University until he retired. His research resulted in articles published in The California Nugget, The National Genealogical Society Magazine, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, and The American Genealogist.

11 Jan 2022