Vice President's Correspondence 1978-1983.


Vice President's Correspondence 1978-1983.

Series 3.1.2 consists of correspondence of Thomas K. Hearn, vice president for University College from 1978 to 1983. The correspondence documents activities of both a routine and substantive nature. Several files in the series are arranged by personal name including files of correspondence with Dr. S. Richardson Hill, president of UAB, and John D. Jones, vice president for student affairs. Correspondence includes information about a variety of topics including development, alumni affairs, faculty matters, student affairs, public outreach, and routine administrative concerns.

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