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Vice President and Secretary administrative records, 1925-1965.

Author: Harold O Voorhis; New York University. Office of the Vice President and Secretary.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The records of the Office of Vice President and Secretary, 1925-1963, reflect Harold Oliver Voorhis' tenure as Secretary (1925-1945), Vice Chancellor and Secretary (1945-1956), and Vice President and Secretary (1956-1962). The materials consist of correspondence, memoranda, committee minutes, reports, printed material, charts, blueprints, petitions, press releases, speeches, questionnaires and photographs. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Financial records
Questionnaires
Named Person: Philip Badger; James Gordon Bennett; Elmer Ellsworth Brown; Marshall Stewart Brown; Harry Woodburn Chase; Walter Wheeler Cook; Frank L Howley; Theodore F Jones; LeRoy Elwood Kimball; Otto Nathan; William Francklyn Paris; Rufus Daniel Smith; Leslie J Tompkins; Harold O Voorhis
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harold O Voorhis; New York University. Office of the Vice President and Secretary.
OCLC Number: 476231546
Description: 19 linear ft.
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The records of the Office of Vice President and Secretary, 1925-1963, reflect Harold Oliver Voorhis' tenure as Secretary (1925-1945), Vice Chancellor and Secretary (1945-1956), and Vice President and Secretary (1956-1962). The materials consist of correspondence, memoranda, committee minutes, reports, printed material, charts, blueprints, petitions, press releases, speeches, questionnaires and photographs. The records reflect the growth, diversity, and complexity of New York University, the development of higher education as a whole, and the reactions and adjustments of a major, private urban university to the changing social concerns during these several decades. They provide information concerning New York University's response to the Depression, World War II and the post-war years, the McCarthy Era, student activism, and many other social, political, economic, and academic issues. Correspondents include: Philip Badger, James Gordon Bennett, Elmer Ellsworth Brown, Marshall Stewart Brown, Harry Woodburn Chase, Walter Wheeler Cook, Frank L. Howley, Theodore Francis Jones, LeRoy Elwood Kimball, Otto Nathan, William Francklyn Paris, Rufus Daniel Smith, and Leslie Jay Tompkins.

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