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educator , historian

Fred Greenbaum, American historian, educator. County committeeman Nassau County Democratic Party, Garden City, New York, 1970—1990, candidate New York State Senate, 1984, 1986.

Background

Greenbaum, Fred was born on November 6, 1930 in Brooklyn. Son of David and Rose Greenbaum.

Education

Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1952. AM, University Wisconsin, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1962.

Career

Lecturer Brooklyn College, 1957—1960, Queens College, Flushing, 1960—1961. Assistant professor history Queens Borough Community College, Bayside, 1962—1964, associate professor history, 1965—1970, professor history, 1971—2000, professor history emeritus, since 2001. Delaware Professional Staff Congress American Federation Teachers, New York, 1975—2000.

Member executive committee faculty senate City University, New York City, 1975—2000. Professional Staff Congress chapter chair Queens Borough Community College, New York City, 1975—2001. With United States Army, 1953-1954.

Membership

County committeeman Nassau County Democratic Party, Garden City, New York, 1970—1990, candidate New York State Senate, 1984, 1986.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Theater, camping, swimming, concerts, museums.

Connections

Married Ann T. Corsini, May 3, 1954. Children: Jonathan, Theodore.

father:
David Greenbaum

mother:
Rose Greenbaum

spouse:
Ann T. Corsini

children:
Jonathan Greenbaum

Theodore Greenbaum