1898 – Born on November 9th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. American psychologist and educator.
1924 – Carmichael received his Ph.D. from Harvard University and was teacher of psychology at Princeton, Brown, and Rochester successively.
1938 – He became president of Tufts.
1940 – He served as president of the American Psychological Association.
1952 – An outstanding administrator, Carmichael served as executive officer for the Smithsonian Institute, and was subsequently vice president for research and exploration at the National Geographic Society.
1953 – He became the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and was responsible for the modernization of the “nation’s attic”.
1970 – He served as President of the American Philosophical Society.
1973 – Died on September 16th in Washington, D.C.