Records of the Dean of Harvard College, 1889-1995.

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Records of the Dean of Harvard College, 1889-1995.

These records, dating from 1889 through 1995, document the development of the Office of the Dean of Harvard College, the role of the Dean as teacher, friend, counselor, and disciplinarian to undergraduates, and the leadership role of the Dean during times of campus and national crisis.

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