Records, 1951-1965 1958-1962.


Records, 1951-1965 1958-1962.

Included in the records of John L. Swink, former dean of administration, are correspondence, memos, minutes, newsletters, and pamphlets. These records illuminate the routine functions and administrative duties of the Dean of Administration. Topics include faculty appointments and salaries, budgets, scholarship, enrollment, etc.

2.8 cubic ft. (7 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6952766

Rutgers University

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