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At the Liceu Gil Vicente in Lisbon, he joined an impressive group of colleagues who had been chosen to teach at the new Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto, founded by Leonardo Coimbra in 1919. The same happened to Damião Peres. Aware of the didactic needs of secondary education he had published textbooks in collaboration with Manuel Paulo Merêa (1921) and F. J. Cardoso Júnior (1923). A notable orator – whose lectures inspired his students – he had a great impact on the teaching of History in the Faculty of Letters in Porto. He founded and edited the Revista de História da Faculdade de Letras do Porto, 1925-1927 (the first history journal of a Portuguese university) in which articles appeared that would later be collected in one volume entitled Estudos de História (Studies of History, 1926) together with texts on Indo-Portuguese coins in the Municipal Museum of Porto (whose catalogue he had written). He was also Director of the Historical Archive of the City of Porto (1925-1927).