Inventory to the Records of the Rutgers University Provost and Vice-President (Richard Schlatter) 1945-1972


Inventory to the Records of the Rutgers University Provost and Vice-President (Richard Schlatter) 1945-1972

The records of Rutgers University Provost and Vice-President Richard Schlatter document the state of education at Rutgers in the 1960s, a decade of exceptional growth. The records reflect the concerns of administrators, staff, and students who were dealing with the expansion of and changes in the role of the university, social changes, and the Vietnam War. The papers demonstrate that the Provost's duties involved him in many aspects of the operation of the university and required that he have deep knowledge of university structures and policies. The records are contained in three series: I. General Correspondence Files, II. Subject Files, and III. Name Files.



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