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Educational Surveys. Final Report and President’s Summation RecordsUPB 35.4

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Summary Information

Date [inclusive]
1953-1960
Extent
5.0 Cubic feet

ARRANGEMENT

This collection has not been fully processed. The following preliminary inventory is available.

Inventory

 

Bound Volumes of the Educational Survey 

Box

Folder

Soft cover — Red Spine, 1 copy of “Assaying a University,” Summary of Survey Reports, volumes 1-3 

 1

 

Soft cover — Gold spine, 2 copies of each volumes 1-3, 1 copy of volume 4-5 

 2

 

Plastic hard bound, 2 copies each of volume 1-3 

 3

 

Plastic hard bound, 2 copies each of volumes 4-5 

 4

 

Soft cover — Black spine, 2 copies each of volumes 1-5 

 5

 

 

The Educational Survey (1959) 

Box

Folder

Vol. I ‑ Introduction ‑ The Occasion, Method and Meaning of the Educational Survey 

 6

 

Vol. II ‑ Summary Statements About Individual Studies 

 6

 

Vol. III ‑ Summary Statements About Individual Studies 

 6

 

Vol. IV ‑ Discussion and Recommendations as to University Policies 

 6

 

Vol. V ‑ Discussion and Recommendations as to University Policies 

 6

 

 

Correspondence of the Educational Survey 

Box

Folder

Letter to Dr. Willitts March 6, 1958 

 6

 

Report of the Review and Appraisal Committee on Graduate Study in the 

 6

 

Humanities, March 13, 1958 

 6

 

Letter to Dr. Willitts , July 7, 1958 

 6

 

Letter to Dr. Norman D. Palmer, Oct. 3, 1958 

 6

 

Letter to Frederick H. Jones, Oct. 11, 1958 

 6

 

Letter to Gaylord Harnwell, Oct. 31, 1958 

 6

 

Report of the Review and Appraisal Committee on “Graduate Study and Research 

 6

 

in the Arts and Sciences” 

 6

 

Keniston Report on the Graduate School by Frederick L. Jones 

 6

 

Preliminary Reactions to Dean Keniston’s Report 

 6