Records, 1928-1943 (inclusive) ; 1936-1943 (bulk).


Records, 1928-1943 (inclusive) ; 1936-1943 (bulk).

Documentation created during Carl Woodward's tenure as Secretary of Rutgers University consists of a variety of materials related to the University, the faculty, students, alumni, national defense and relations with the state of New Jersey and its leading politicians. Records also include correspondence and minutes of various meetings. They document a variety of issues and provide a glimpse of the Secretary's broad responsibilities. Focused on the faculty and related issues (insurance, pension plans), National Defense policies, alumni activities, enrollment statistics and appropriations for the university, the documents also provide insight into the relationship between the Office of the Secretary and various political leaders of the state of New Jersey.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7092385

Rutgers University

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