Records of the William H. S. Demarest Administration, 1890-1928.


Records of the William H. S. Demarest Administration, 1890-1928.

Administrative records generated by the Office of the President at Rutgers College during the administration of William H. S. Demarest, 1906-1924. The records includes reports, meeting minutes, and correspondance and thoroughly documents the history of Rutgers in the early part of the twentieth century and the role of the president at this time.

17.6 cubic ft. (44 manuscript boxes)


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