Records of the Rutgers University Provost and Vice President (Richard Schlatter), 1945-1972.


Records of the Rutgers University Provost and Vice President (Richard Schlatter), 1945-1972.

The records of the Provost and Vice-President, Richard Schlatter, consist of 54 manuscript boxes. The collection spans the years 1945 to 1974, with the majority of material dating from the 1960s. The papers pertain to Schlatter's many responsibilities as Provost and consist largely of correspondence and reports. The collection has been divided into three series (General Correspondence, Subject Files, and Name Files), each arranged alphabetically.

22 linear feet (55 manuscript boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 8175904

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