Council for Research in the Humanities Records, 1926-1968 [Bulk dates: 1926-1936; 1966-1968].

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Council for Research in the Humanities. Council for Research in the Humanities Records, 1926-1968 [Bulk dates: 1926-1936; 1966-1968].

Council for Research in the Humanities Records, 1926-1968 [Bulk dates: 1926-1936; 1966-1968].

The records are comprised primarily of correspondence concerning the proposals, reports, awards and financial allotments for specific projects. The correspondence files also include rejected projects arranged alphabetically by applicant. There is also some internal correspondence between the Council and the Secretary of the University, the Council and department chairs, meeting minutes and agendas, and annual reports of the Council.

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