Inventory to the Administrative Records of the Lewis Webster Jones Administration 1951-1958


Inventory to the Administrative Records of the Lewis Webster Jones Administration 1951-1958

Administrative records generated by the Office of President at Rutgers Uhniversity during the tenure of Lewis Webster Jones, 1951 to 1958. Arranged into two series (University files and Subject files), the records document the growth in enrollment, programs and facilities at Rutgers during the post-World War II era. Of particular interest is a major change in the governance of the university during Dr. Jones' presidency, as the Board of Governors with public appointments by the Governor of New Jersey, solidifies Rutgers as the State University of New Jersey.

11.6 cubic feet; (29 manuscript boxes, one oversize box)



SNAC Resource ID: 6630270

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