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Dean's Office subject files, 1908-ca. 1950 (inclusive).

Author: Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Office of the Dean.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The Dean's Office Subject Files consist chiefly of correspondence with parties outside of the Business School concerning the internal operations of the school. As the school's organization became more complex, material previously placed in these files was taken over by the appropriate unit and these files were closed about 1950. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject (topical subject, personal  Read more...
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Named Person: George F Baker; Donald Kirk David; Wallace Brett Donham; H S Foxwell; Edwin F Gay
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Office of the Dean.
OCLC Number: 269606269
Description: 24 linear ft.

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The Dean's Office Subject Files consist chiefly of correspondence with parties outside of the Business School concerning the internal operations of the school. As the school's organization became more complex, material previously placed in these files was taken over by the appropriate unit and these files were closed about 1950. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject (topical subject, personal name, or corporate name). Includes seven boxes of supplementary material on faculty trips. These files are also called "Administration Subject Files."

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