Campaign to save college from merger, 1976.


Campaign to save college from merger, 1976.

Files from the office of Vice President of John Jay College, Richard Ward, concerning a campaign to prevent the New York City Board of Higher Education from merging John Jay College with Baruch College during the New York City fiscal crisis of 1976. Included are letters of support and statements from numerous individuals such as police commissioners, politicians, professors, lawyers, and others involved in criminal justice. Also, documents used to compile lists of individuals and related files.

3 cubic ft.

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