Correspondence files, 1909-1955 (inclusive).


Correspondence files, 1909-1955 (inclusive).

Includes Dean's Office correspondence; correspondence about Squam Lake engineering summer camp; and correspondence of the Director of Industrial Work and of G.M. Fair relating especially to sanitary engineering. For more detailed information about records, see Harvard Archives LOCATION below.

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Harvard University Archives.

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