Jerome H. Holland papers, 1953-1985.

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Jerome H. Holland papers, 1953-1985.

Correspondence, reports, scrapbooks of clippings and correspondence, photographs, and condolences. Topics include papers pertaining to Holland's membership on several corporate boards and philanthropic and social organizations including the American Red Cross and Planned Parenthood, ambassadorship to Sweden, membership on Cornell University's Board of Trustees, personal correspondence, engagement calendars, tape recordings, drafts of books, clippings and publicity, biographical material, speeches, and material relating to athletics.

49.3 cubic ft.; 2 scrapbooks.

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Cornell University, Class of 1939. Cornell University, M.S., 1941. Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1950. President of Delaware State College, Dover (1953-1960); President of Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia (1960-1970); Ambassador to Sweden (1970-1973). Presidential Councillor and University Trustee, Cornell University. Chairman of the American Red Cross and Planned Parenthood; board member of several corporations, director of the New York Stock Exchange, author. From the guide...

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