Records of the Robert C. Clothier Administration, 1925-1952.


Records of the Robert C. Clothier Administration, 1925-1952.

Rutgers University during the critical years of the Depression, World War II, and immediate postwar years is thoroughly documented in the records of the Office of the President during the administration of Robert C. Clothier. Included are extensive subject files covering a wide range of topics concerning both internal operations of the university as well as its relations to the State of New Jersey.

62 cubic ft, (155 manuscript boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 8175900

Rutgers University

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