Records of the Lewis Webster Jones Administration Group I: Administrative Records, 1951-1959.


Records of the Lewis Webster Jones Administration Group I: Administrative Records, 1951-1959.

The presidential records of Lewis Webster Jones consist of 29 manuscript boxes spanning 1951-1958. The files are divided into two main groups; University Files and Subject Files. The University Files consist mainly of letters from the university departments, procedural information concerning the university?s schools and executive plans. The Subject Files pertain to the more personal nature of the president's job containing correspondence to and from colleagues, faculty, other universities and federal agencies as well as other matters.

11.6 cubic feet (29 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box)


SNAC Resource ID: 8175901

Rutgers University

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