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College administrators records, 1904-1984.

Author: Paul Harvey; State University College at Potsdam, N.Y.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Programs, clippings, photographs, memos, reports, speeches, press releases, and articles by or about the College's presidents including Austin Peck, Alfred W. Thatcher, Harold Hughes, Malcolm MacVicar, Anna P. Draime, Thomas B. Stowell, Thomas Barrington, Clarence O. Lehman, James H. Young, and Humphrey Tonkin. Audio tape from radio broadcast by Paul Harvey concerning a visit to the home of President and Mrs.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photoprints
Interviews
Named Person: Thomas Martin Barrington; Julia Etta Crane; Frederick Waite Crumb; Anna P Draime; Harold Hughes; Clarence Oliver Lehman; Malcolm MacVicar; Austin Peck; T B Stowell; Alfred W Thatcher; Humphrey Tonkin; James H Young
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Harvey; State University College at Potsdam, N.Y.
OCLC Number: 155510214
Description: 2 linear ft.

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Programs, clippings, photographs, memos, reports, speeches, press releases, and articles by or about the College's presidents including Austin Peck, Alfred W. Thatcher, Harold Hughes, Malcolm MacVicar, Anna P. Draime, Thomas B. Stowell, Thomas Barrington, Clarence O. Lehman, James H. Young, and Humphrey Tonkin. Audio tape from radio broadcast by Paul Harvey concerning a visit to the home of President and Mrs. Austin Peck, 1968. Items from President Frederick W. Crumb's office including histories of the Normal School; typescript of an interview of Julie E. Crane; legislative acts pertaining to the school; reports on the New York State normal schools, 1904-1940; status reports on the placement of students, 1925-1937; tape of a memorial program for Crumb, 1967; and copies of condolence letters on his death, 1967.

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