Cornell University Public Affairs Associates' Office records, 1965-1970.

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Cornell University Public Affairs Associates' Office records, 1965-1970.

Collection includes reports, correspondence, speeches, biographical data, press releases, photographs, budgets, expense vouchers, and other files of the Public Affairs Associates' Office concerning the Association of Colleges and Universities of New York, colleges of Cornell University, and other U.S. colleges; Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Alumni Office, Office of Public Information, Development Office, Public Affairs Regional Offices, Telluride Association, Tower Club, Board of Trustees, A. D. White Art Museum, the Cornell East Harlem Project (1966), Kahn-Bowers Report, Robertson Report, Williams Report; film and art series; fraternities; student organizations; the draft and student activism; United Negro College Fund; Cornell commencement; gun control legislation; the news media; United Press International; U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; R.O.T.C.; the Professional Skills Roster; and other subjects. Names in the subject file include Dale R. Corson, John Gardner, Edgar Gemmel, Victor Grohmann, Robert W. Holley, Thomas Leavitt, Franklin Long, Cornell President Francis W. Perkins, Steven Muller, David Rockefeller, and Peter Tukey.

3.4 cubic ft., 5 tape recordings.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7919197

Cornell University Library

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Perkins, Francis W.

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Muller, Steven, 1927-2013

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President Emeritus, Johns Hopkins University; Vice President for Public Affairs, Cornell University, 1966-1971. From the description of Steven Muller interview by Keith R. Johnson, 1994. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64687144 ...

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United Negro College Fund

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Cornell University. Office of Alumni Affairs

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Cornell University. Development Office.

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Grohmann, Victoria Eleonore

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Association of Colleges and Universities of New York.

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Cornell University

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Cornell University Aeronautical Laboratory.

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Rockefeller, David, 1915-....

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Gardner, John C. (John Carey), 1856-1920

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Telluride Association.

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Cornell University. Public Affairs Associates' Office.

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Cornell University. Board of Trustees

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Professional Skills Roster.

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Gemmel, Edgar.

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Long, Franklin A., 1910-1999

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Professor of Chemistry, Cornell University. From the description of Franklin A. Long papers, 1964-1984. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63934891 ...

Leavitt, Thomas W.

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Corson, Dale R.

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Cornell University Assistant Professor of Physics, 1946-1947; Associate Professor, 1947-1952; Professor, 1952-79; Chairman of Physics Department, 1956-1959; Dean, College of Engineering, 1959-63; Provost of Cornell University, 1963-1969; President of Cornell University, 1969-1977. From the description of Dale R. Corson oral histories, 1981-1994. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63936038 Dale R. Corson was named chairman of the Physics Dept. at Cornell Univer...

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