College administrators records, 1904-1984.


College administrators records, 1904-1984.

Programs, clippings, photographs, memos, reports, speeches, press releases, and articles by or about the College's presidents including Austin Peck, Alfred W. Thatcher, Harold Hughes, Malcolm MacVicar, Anna P. Draime, Thomas B. Stowell, Thomas Barrington, Clarence O. Lehman, James H. Young, and Humphrey Tonkin. Audio tape from radio broadcast by Paul Harvey concerning a visit to the home of President and Mrs. Austin Peck, 1968. Items from President Frederick W. Crumb's office including histories of the Normal School; typescript of an interview of Julie E. Crane; legislative acts pertaining to the school; reports on the New York State normal schools, 1904-1940; status reports on the placement of students, 1925-1937; tape of a memorial program for Crumb, 1967; and copies of condolence letters on his death, 1967.

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Hughes, Harold E. (person)

Resident of the North-West of Western Australia between 1880 and 1884. From the description of A trip through the Kimberley by a Victorian. 1883. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 222111685 ...

State University College at Potsdam, N.Y. (corporateBody)

Potsdam State Normal School was established in 1868, the first classes were held in April 1869; in 1942 it became State Teachers College, awarding bachelor of education degree. In the State University of New York reorganization of 1948, it became State University College at Potsdam. From the description of Administrative records, 1943-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155510131 ...

Tonkin, Humphrey. (person)

Crumb, Frederick Waite, 1909-1967. (person)

Crane, Julia E. (Julia Ettie), 1855-1923 (person)

Music educator, founder of Crane Normal Institute which became the Crane School of Music at State University College at Potsdam, N.Y. From the description of Papers, 1836-1934, 1883-1934 (bulk) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155467413 ...

Thatcher, Alfred W. (person)

MacVicar, Malcolm, 1829-1904 (person)

Young, James H., active 1889 (person)

Draime, Anna P. (person)

Peck, Austin, 1971- (person)

Barrington, Thomas Martin, 1916- (person)

Harvey, Paul, 1918-2009 (person)

National radio news broadcaster. From the description of Paul Harvey broadcast, 1976. (Montana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 70962865 ...

Lehman, Clarence Oliver, 1892-1945. (person)

Stowell, T. B. 1846-1927. (person)