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Chancellor William P. Graham Records

An inventory of his records at the Syracuse University Archives

Summary

Creator: Graham, William P., 1871-1962.
Title: Chancellor William P. Graham Records
Dates: 1936-1942
Size: 30 boxes (14.25 linear feet)
Abstract: Records pertaining to Chancellor William P. Graham
Language: English
Repository: University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Ave., Suite 600
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://archives.syr.edu

Biography

William Pratt Graham (1871-1962) was Syracuse University's sixth Chancellor, serving for 6 years (1936-1942). Under his short tenure the University erected a building for the Maxwell School of Citizenship, the ROTC expanded its presence on the campus, and the nation prepared their young men and women for war.

Portrait of William P. Graham

Graham was born in Oswego, New York, but he and his family moved to Syracuse when he was three. A product of the Syracuse City School District, Graham was a bright boy who stayed in his hometown and attended Syracuse University. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1893, and then traveled to Germany to conduct his graduate work in electrical engineering. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Berlin in 1897 and then went back to Syracuse University in 1898 to work as an instructor. A few years later, Graham helped found the College of Applied Science and became the dean of the college in 1911. He held that position until he accepted the position of Vice Chancellor for Chancellor Flint in 1922.

When Chancellor Flint took the position, the University faced a financial deficit, and thus he was often away from the campus in order to raise money. Graham, therefore, handled most of the University's daily operations. When Flint left the University in 1936, Graham took over as Acting Chancellor. A search committee was formed, yet it had a difficult time finding Flint's replacement. When no suitable outside candidate was found, the committee determined "that we have on our own campus a man well qualified to assume the duties of this office...we, therefore, recommend to the board the election to the office of chancellor of Syracuse University the present acting chancellor, William Pratt Graham." Graham agreed to take the appointment, with the condition that he would only serve for only a year while the University found a younger man to take the job (Graham was 66 years old at the time). He ended up serving as Chancellor for six years.

When Graham took over as Chancellor, student enrollments had climbed to 6,ooo, the highest they had ever been up to that point. Additionally, because of prudent financial decisions made by Chancellor Flint, the University's finances were sound. Graham was well-liked as Chancellor. Graham was often described as quiet and kind, yet firm and efficient. He was active on the campus, and his wife, Cora, often entertained guests in their home. Despite Graham's affability, he espoused racist beliefs, which informed his policy decisions, notably the decision to limit Black student enrollment during the 1920s.

Under Graham's leadership, both the Maxwell School of Citizenship and School of Education received graduate status. In 1937, the Maxwell School of Citizenship building finished construction. Graham calmly led the University for a few years before the breakout of World War II in Europe caused disruptions to campus life. Once the United States entered the war at the end of 1941, and enrollments began to drop as young men and women left to fight the war, Graham announced that he would be retiring in the summer of 1942. At the time of his retirement, Graham had spent a total of 53 years at Syracuse University as a student, instructor, professor, dean, vice-chancellor, and chancellor.

After retirement, Graham served on the Syracuse Common Council for four years. He died in 1962 at the age of 90.

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Scope and Content Note

The Chancellor William P Graham Records contain materials that document the activities of Graham and his administration. The collection is arranged into two series.

The Correspondence-subject files series comprises the bulk of the collection. Materials in this series include correspondence, newspaper clippings, telegrams, petitions, meeting minutes, and reports. The correspondence and subject files cover Graham's six-year tenure as Chancellor, and address a myriad of University-related issues and topics. These include the building of the Maxwell School of Citizenship, obtaining graduate level status for Maxwell School of Citizenship and the School of Education, and the University's preparation for World War II. Furthermore, there is documentation in these records indicating that Graham was racist. For example, in the fall of 1937 he attempted to expel Black football and basketball player Wilmeth Sidat-Singh when Graham discovered the student was Black.

The last series, Writings, includes the addresses and speeches Graham delivered while serving as Syracuse University Chancellor.

Please note that names of colleges and schools are inverted in the inventory (for example: Fine Arts, College of).

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Please note that the collection is housed off-site, and advance notice is required to allow time to have the materials brought to the Reading Room on campus.

A file regarding blind and deaf students has been restricted in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Files regarding the discipline of students have been restricted in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from the Syracuse University Archives and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

The University Archives originally held one collection for Chancellors Graham and Flint, his predecessor. In 2019, Flint's records were separated into Chancellor Charles W. Flint Records, and Graham's personal papers were separated into the William P. Graham Papers.

The Archives holds clipping files on Graham as well as portrait files. The Syracuse University Photograph Collection also features items related to Chancellor Graham.

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Selected Search Terms

Names

Arents, George, 1875-1960.
Graham, William P., 1871-1962.
Hendricks Chapel (Syracuse University)
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Center for the Study of Citizenship.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University.
Syracuse University. School of Education.

Subjects

Chinese students -- United States.
College campuses.
College environment.
College sports.
College students.
College trustees.
World War, 1939-1945.
College administrators.
Higher education.

Types of material

Academic addresses (documents)
Administrative reports.
Correspondence.
Minutes (administrative records)
Speeches (documents)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Chancellor William P. Graham Records,
University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

The materials included in the Chancellor William P. Graham Records were transferred and donated to the University Archives in a series of acquisitions up to 1992.

Processing Information

This collection was fully processed in 2019 by Dane Flansburgh. Materials were placed in acid-free folders and boxes. Photocopies were made of original newspaper clippings, which were then discarded.

Roughly five linear feet of Chancellor Graham's records were previously stored with the William Galpin Papers. William Galpin was a History professor at Syracuse University who wrote on the history of the University. While writing Syracuse University, Volume III: The Critical Years, a history of Chancellor Flint and Graham's administration, Galpin was allowed to keep some of Graham's records. In 2019, these records were transferred back to Chancellor Graham's records.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Dane Flansburgh
Date: 2019
Revision history: 12 Dec 2019 - Files integrated from the William Galpin Papers (DTF, MGC); 22 Oct 2020 - updated extent and bioghist (DF)

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged alphabetically. The Correspondence-subject series is arranged alphabetically by last name or subject, and further arranged chronologically within the folders.

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Inventory

Correspondence-Subject files
Box 1 Aa-Al 1937-1940
Box 1 Admissions 1936-1940 (4 folders)
Box 1 Allen, J. Roy 1936-1941
Box 1 Alumni 1937-1942
Box 1 Alumni Association of Syracuse University 1937-1942
Box 1 Am-Az 1937-1942
Box 1 American Association of University Professors 1937-1939
Box 1 American Chemical Society 1939-1941
Box 1 American City Bureau 1941
Box 1 American Council on Education 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 2 American Student Union 1936-1938
Box 2 American Student Union 1939
Box 2 Applications, teaching and employment positions 1940 (2 folders)
Box 2 Applied Science, College of 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 2 Appointment office 1936-1942
Box 2 Architecture 1936-1941
Box 2 Arents medal 1939-1941
Box 2 Arents, George 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 2 Association of American Colleges 1937-1941
Box 3 Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York 1936-1941
Box 3 Athletic Association 1936-1942
Box 3 Athletic director and football coach candidates 1936-1937, 1941
Box 3 Athletics 1936-1942
Box 3 Bab-Bet 1936-1942
Box 3 Baum estate 1940
Box 3 Belcher, Harry, Trustee 1939-1942
Box 3 Belotti estate 1938-1939
Box 3 Bil-Blo 1936-1941
Box 22 Blind and deaf students receiving state aid 1936-1941
RESTRICTED: Due to HIPPA privacy concerns, these records are restricted.
Box 3 Blo-Bry 1936-1942
Box 3 Blodgett, Clements, Trustee 1939
Board of Trustees
See Correspondence-subject files, Trustees, Board of
Box 3 Board of Graduate Studies 1937-1938
Box 3 Bollinger, Charles, Trustee 1940
Box 3 Bond, George H. 1936-1938 (2 folders)
Box 4 Bond, George H. 1939-1942 (2 folders)
Box 4 Bondy, Joseph, Colonel 1936-1940
Box 4 Brewster, Neal 1938-1942
Box 4 Bryant, Robert, Trustee 1940-1941
Box 4 Bub-By 1936-1942
Box 4 Budget reports 1940-1942
Box 4 Buildings and grounds 1937-1941 (2 folders)
Box 4 Burdette, Clara 1937-1941
Box 4 Burrett, Claude, Trustee 1940-1941
Business Administration, College of
Box 4 Admissions 1936, 1938 (2 folders)
Box 4 Courses 1939-1942
Box 4 General 1936-1942 (3 folders)
Box 22 Probation lists and drops 1936-1942
RESTRICTED: Due to FERPA privacy concerns, these records are restricted.
Box 4 Cab-Che 1936-1942
Box 5 Cafeteria 1936-1941
Box 5 Calendar committee 1936-1939
Box 5 Carnegie Corporation 1936-1941
Box 5 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching 1941
Box 5 Cazenovia Seminary 1936
Box 5 Central New York Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1936-1938
Box 5 Chamber of conference 1936-1942
Box 5 Chancellor candidates 1936-1937 - submissions of names of candidates to replace Chancellor Flint (6 folders)
Box 5 Chancellor's conference for teaching alumni 1942
Box 5 Chapman, Levi S. 1936-1942
Box 5 Charter and bylaws 1937-1940
Box 5 Che-Civ 1936-1942
Box 6 Chinese students, inquiries from 1936-1941
Box 6 Christmas card greetings 1936-1942
Box 6 Christmas card lists 1936-1940
Box 6 Citizenship Institute 1941
Box 29 City Women's Club 1939-1941 - annual report (4 folders)
Box 28 City Women's Club 1938-1939 - director of activities report
Box 6 Civil Aeronautics Authority 1940-1941
Box 6 Cla-Clo 1937-1942
Box 6 Class of 1894 1939
Box 6 Class of 1928 1938
Box 6 Class of 1930 1940
Box 6 Class of 1937 1933-1937
Box 6 Class of 1938 1938
Box 6 Class of 1939 1939
Box 6 Class of 1940 1938-1940
Box 6 Class of 1941 1941
Box 6 Cob-Com 1936-1942
Box 6 Colgate game 1938
Box 6 Colgate game lists for Chancellor's box 1936-1941
Box 6 Colleges, various 1936-1941
Box 6 Commencement 1936-1942
Box 6 Commencement, excused 1942
Box 6 Commons, yearly report 1938-1940
Box 6 Community Chest 1937-1941
Box 6 Complaints of any nature 1941
Box 6 Con-Coo 1936-1942
Box 6 Congdon, Clara B., and family 1936-1941
Box 29 Congratulations on appointment of chancellor 1936-1937 (3 folders)
Box 6 Cook, Samuel H., Trustee 1936-1941
Box 7 Cop-Cpt 1937-1941
Box 7 Cra-Cze 1937-1942
Box 7 Cristman, Frank, Trustee 1937-1940
Box 7 Curriculum committee 1936-1938
Box 7 Daily orange 1936-1940
Box 7 Dan-Dix 1937-1942
Box 7 Dann, Edward H., Trustee 1936-1938
Box 7 Davenport, Frederick M. 1936-1940
Box 7 Debate program 1937-1938
Box 7 Dey, Donald, Trustee 1937-1940
Box 7 Dispensary 1937-1940
Box 7 Doc-Dye 1936-1941
Box 7 Doring, Max A. 1936-1940
Box 7 Draft requests 1940 - military
Box 7 Earp, Edwin, Trustee 1937-1940
Box 7 Ech-Ewi 1937-1941
Box 7 Education, regarding degrees for normal schools 1936-1938
Education, School of
Box 7 Dean Henry Ganders 1939-1940
Box 7 Extension and summer 1936-1941
Box 7 Five year plan, committee minutes 1939-1941 (2 folders)
Box 8 General 1936-1942 (5 folders)
Box 8 Minutes of Graduate Division 1939-1941
Box 8 Emens, Edgar 1941
Box 8 Endowment drives 1942
Box 8 Engineering education, Society for Promotion of 1941
Box 8 Engineering, general 1938-1941
Box 8 Enrollment limitations, various colleges and schools 1936
Box 8 Evans, Arthur L. 1938-1940 - football history
Box 8 Executive committee of Board of Trustees 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 8 Executive committee of Board of Trustees minutes 1938-1942
Box 8 Extension Division, candidates for director 1941
Box 8 Extension Division, courses, conferences, and teachers 1936-1942
Box 9 Extension Division, reports 1937-1940
Box 9 Fac-Fel 1938-1942
Box 9 Faculty club 1938
Faculty
Box 9 Lists of 1936-1942 (8 folders)
Box 9 Restoration of salary 1936
Box 10 Salaries and refunds 1938, 1942
Box 10 signed oath of allegiance 1936-1942
Box 10 statistics of 1936-1940
Box 10 Tenure 1936-1937, 1940
Box 10 Fid-Fli 1937-1942
Box 10 Fine Arts, College of 1936-1942 (3 folders)
Box 10 Fine Arts, College of, landscape architecture 1937
Box 10 First Trust and Deposit Co. 1937-1941
Box 10 Fol-Fur 1936-1942
Box 10 Football history 1940
Box 10 Foreign students exchange scholarship 1941
Forestry, College of
Box 10 Board of Trustees meetings 1939-1941
Box 10 Charles Lathrop Pack Demonstration Forest 1936-1941
Box 10 Dean Samuel Spring 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 10 General 1936-1940 (2 folders)
Box 10 Huntington deed of trust 1937-1940
Box 10 Report of the dean 1937
Box 11 Report to the trustees 1936-1937 (2 folders)
Box 11 Roosevelt Wildlife Station 1936-1941
Box 11 Franklin, H.H. 1936-1941
Box 11 Fraternities 1938
Box 11 Freshman weekend 1941
Box 11 Gar-Gen 1936-1942
Box 11 General Electric 1937-1940
Box 11 Genesee College document book 1938
Box 11 Genesee Conference 1936-1941
Box 11 Gie-Glo 1936-1942
Box 11 Gibbons, Edward J. 1937-1941 - superintendent of buildings
Box 11 Gifts 1936-1941
Box 11 Goe-Gym 1936-1942
Box 11 Graduate assistants 1939
Box 11 Graduate school 1936-1942 (4 folders)
Box 11 Graham, Cora 1936-1941
Box 11 Groat, William A., Trustee 1936-1941
Box 11 Haf-Hin 1936-1942
Box 11 Health committee 1936-1937
Box 11 Hendricks Chapel 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 12 Hendricks Chapel 1937-1942 (3 folders)
Box 12 Hendricks' estate and Hendricks field 1937-1940
Box 12 Hendricks research fund 1937-1942
Box 12 Higher education and national defense 1941-1942
Box 12 Hinds, William, Trustee 1938-1941
Box 12 Hob-Hur 1936-1942
Box 12 Home Economics, College of 1936-1942
Box 12 Honorary degrees granted 1937-1940 (4 folders)
Box 13 Honorary degrees granted 1941-1942 (2 folders)
Box 21 Honorary degrees granted 1940
Box 13 Honorary degrees recommended but not conferred 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 13 Hospital of the Good Shepherd 1937-1941
Box 21 Hospital of the Good Shepherd 1939
Box 13 Hospital of the Good Shepherd, executive committee actions 1939-1940
Box 13 Hospital of the Good Shepherd, superintendent candidates 1940
Box 13 Housing 1936-1941
Box 13 Imm-Int 1937-1942
Box 13 Infirmary, annual report 1941
Box 13 Insurance committee 1938-1941
Box 13 Jen-Juv 1938-1940
Box 13 Journalism, School of 1939-1940
Box 14 Journalism, School of 1936-1941
Box 14 Junior colleges 1936-1937
Box 14 Kal-Kul 1938-1941
Box 14 Klock, M. Crouse, Trustee 1936-1940
Box 14 Lab-Leo 1937-1942
Box 14 Law, College of, executive committee actions 1936-1939
Box 14 Law, College of, general 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 14 Law, College of, law college loan fund 1939
Box 14 Lib-Lyn 1937-1942
Liberal Arts, College of
Box 14 Curriculum committee 1936-1940 (3 folders)
Departments
Box 14 Classical Languages and Literature 1937-1939
Box 14 Chemistry 1936-1941
Box 14 Economics 1936-1937
Box 14 English 1936-1939
Box 14 Geology and geography 1936-1939
Box 14 German 1937
Box 14 History 1937
Box 14 Mathematics 1941
Box 14 Philosophy 1938
Box 14 Physics 1936-1937
Box 14 Political science 1938
Box 14 Psychology 1937-1938
Box 14 Romance languages 1936-1937
Box 14 Sociology 1936-1938
Box 14 Zoology 1936-1941
Box 14 Drop lists 1936-1942
Box 14 Executive committee resolutions 1936-1941
Box 15 General 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 22 Probation 1936-1942
RESTRICTED: Due to FERPA privacy concerns, these records are restricted.
Box 15 Upperclass committee 1936-1937
Box 15 Liberty building 1938-1939
Box 15 Library and Library School 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 15 Library executive committee resolutions 1936-1940
Box 15 Mac-McH 1936-1942
Box 15 Manley endowment fund 1941
Box 15 Marriage course 1936-1937
Box 15 Marriages, student 1937-1942
Box 15 Maxwell, Carrie A. 1937-1939
Maxwell School of Citizenship
Box 15 Architecture projects 1936-1939 (2 folders)
Box 15 Business affairs 1936-1939 (3 folders)
Box 16 Business affairs 1937-1941
Box 16 Dean William E. Mosher 1938-1941
Box 16 Executive committee 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 16 General 1936-1940 (3 folders)
Box 16 North American Holding Corporation 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 16 Report 1936
Box 16 Med-Min 1936-1942
Box 16 Medical College 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 16 Medical College building 1936-1941
Box 16 Medical College, Dean H.G. Weiskotten 1936-1939
Box 17 Medical College, Dean H.G. Weiskotten 1940-1942
Box 17 Medical College, Dean H.G. Weiskotten 1936-1941 - actions of Board of Trustees
Box 17 Medical College, faculty minutes 1938-1942
Box 17 Melvin, Crandall, Trustee 1936-1942
Box 17 Merrill, A.B. 1939-1941
Box 17 Methodist Board of Education 1937-1942
Box 17 Miller, Nicholas, Trustee 1936-1938
Box 17 Moo-Mot 1941-1942
Box 17 Mortgages 1941
Box 17 Museum of Natural Science 1936-1942
Box 17 Nag-New 1936-1941
Box 17 National organizations, foundations, groups 1938-1941
Box 17 National Youth Administration for New York State 1936-1940
Box 17 National Youth Administration for New York State, students weekly time reports 1935-1937
Box 17 Newark Conference 1940-1941
Box 18 New York, A-Z organizations, foundations, and groups 1937-1941
Box 18 New York Conference 1937-1941
Box 18 New York State Department of Education 1936-1938
Box 18 New York World's Fair 1938-1940
Box 18 Nic-Nur 1937-1942
Box 18 Nichols, William W. 1936-1938
Box 18 Northern New York Conference 1937-1942
Box 18 Notices, deans and directors 1936-1941
Box 18 Notices, general letters to dean and directors 1936-1941
Box 18 Nottingham, Eloise 1936-1940
Box 18 Nursing, Public Health 1938-1940
Box 18 Nursing, School of 1936-1941
Box 18 Oak-Oxn 1937-1942
Box 18 Orange Publishing Co. 1936-1942
Box 18 Pac-Par 1936-1942
Box 18 Palmer, Louis D., Trustee 1937
Box 18 Parking 1936-1941
Box 18 Pea-Per 1936-1942
Box 18 Peck, William J., Trustee 1937-1940
Box 18 Pfe-Plu 1936-1942
Box 19 Phi Beta Kappa 1940-1941
Box 19 Philips, Henry 1937-1942
Box 19 Physical education 1936-1939
Box 19 Physical Education for Women, Katherine Sibley 1936-1940
Box 19 Plumb, Frederick, Trustee 1936-1940
Box 19 Pol-Pur 1937-1942
Box 19 Police, City of Syracuse 1940-1941
Box 19 Power plant 1937-1938
Box 19 Principals' meeting, New York high schools 1942
Box 19 Publicity 1936-1941
Box 19 Qui 1940
Box 19 Rac-Ril 1936-1942
Box 19 Race, John H., Trustee 1937-1942
Box 19 Radio 1937-1942 (2 folders)
Box 19 Registrar's Office 1936-1942
Box 19 Registrar's Office, Board of Trustees action 1936-1941
Box 19 Reid, William B. 1936-1940
Box 19 Resident advisors 1936-1937 (2 folders)
Box 19 Retirement, letters of congratulations 1942
Box 19 Rob-Ryd 1936-1942
Box 20 ROTC 1936-1942
Box 20 Rubin, J. Robert, Trustee 1936-1942
Box 20 Rules and regulations 1937-1940 - issues regarding
Box 20 Ryan, Lewis C. 1936-1941
Box 20 S.A.K. building 1938-1940
Box 20 Sal-Ser 1937-1942
Box 20 Salisbury estate 1937-1938
Box 20 Salisbury, Bert E. 1936-1941
Box 20 Sanford, Harrison D. 1936-1940
Box 20 Scholarship committee 1938-1942
Box 20 Scholarship committee, dropping freshman 1937-1941
Box 20 Scholarships granted 1941-1942
Box 20 Scholarships, general 1937-1941
Box 21 School costs 1939
Box 20 Selective service system 1942
Box 20 Selective service training 1940-1942
Box 20 Sha-Slo 1937-1942
Box 20 Sigma Chi 1938-1940
Box 20 Silverman, Gabriel 1937-1938
Box 20 Simpson, Frank 1936-1940
Box 20 Sims Hall, general 1937-1938
Box 20 Sma-Sou 1937-1942
Box 20 Smalley, Frank M. 1937-1942
Box 20 Smith, F. Gordon 1936-1941 (2 folders)
Box 23 Smith, Hurlburt W., Trustee 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 23 Smoking 1937
Box 23 Social advisor to freshman women and secretary to dean's course report 1937
Box 23 Social committee 1938-1941
Box 23 Social education and social activities, annual report 1939-1941 (2 folders)
Box 23 Social education and social activities, director's report 1938-1939
Box 23 Spe-Syr 1936-1942
Box 23 Special events, programs 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 21 Special events, Syracuse Journal one hundredth anniversary 1939 - program and menu
Box 23 Speech and Dramatic Arts, School of 1937-1941
Box 24 Stadium 1937-1941
Box 24 Staff, organization and method undated
Box 24 Stone, Herold 1936-1941
Box 24 Student emergency loan 1939-1941
Box 24 Student government 1936-1941 (3 folders)
Box 24 Student health 1939-1942
Box 24 Student health statistics 1936-1941 (3 folders)
Box 24 Student life, band 1936-1940
Box 24 Student life, clubs 1937-1940
Student organizations and clubs
Box 24 Delta Phi Sigma 1941
Box 24 Monx Head Junior Honorary 1937
Box 24 Outing Club 1936-1937
Box 24 Phi Delta Kappa 1937-1940
Box 24 Phi Kappa Phi 1938
Box 24 Propeller club 1938
Box 24 Rochester club 1938
Box 24 Scabbard and Blade 1938 - military
Box 24 Sigma Delta Chi 1938 - journalism
Box 24 Tau Beta Pi 1936-1939 - engineering honorary
Box 24 Theta Tau 1936-1941 - engineering
Box 24 Student petition for lengthening spring vacation 1938
Box 25 Student report, Vocational Counselor 1938-1939
Box 25 Student Union 1936-1939
Box 22 Students barred from classes 1940-1942
RESTRICTED: Due to FERPA privacy concerns, these records are restricted.
Box 22 Students who did not return 1936-1941
RESTRICTED: Due to FERPA privacy concerns, these records are restricted.
Box 25 Sub-freshman committee 1941
Box 25 Summer school 1936-1942
Box 25 Summer school, annual report 1940
Box 25 Sykes, William L., Trustee 1937-1941
Box 25 Syracuse University history 1940-1941
Box 25 Taf-Tit 1937-1942
Box 25 Tanner Memorial Fund 1937
Box 25 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association 1936-1942 (2 folders)
Box 25 Technology Club of Syracuse 1936-1941
Box 25 Templeton, Irving R. 1937-1941
Box 25 Templeton, Richard H. 1937-1939
Box 25 Testing service 1937-1941
Box 25 Thompson, Dorothy 1937-1941
Box 25 Thurston, George B. 1936-1941 - buildings and grounds, Business Supervisor (3 folders)
Box 25 Tow-Tyl 1936-1941
Box 25 Treasurer, W.L. Bassett 1936-1941 - regarding executive committee action
Box 26 Treasurer's office 1937-1941
Box 26 Troy conference 1938-1942
Box 26 Trustees, Board of 1941-1942 (2 folders)
Box 26 Trustees, Board of 1942 - lists of expired terms
Box 26 Uni 1937-1941
Box 26 United States Office of Education, Engineering 1941-1942 (4 folders)
Box 26 University band 1936-1941
Box 26 University block 1939-1940
Box 26 The University of the State of New York (SUNY), The State Department of Education 1936-1942
Box 26 University Senate 1936-1942
Box 26 Van 1937-1942
Box 26 Vocational counselor, annual report 1939-1940
Box 26 Wad-Wen 1936-1942
Box 27 War service opportunities 1942
Box 27 Wha-Woo 1936-1942
Box 27 Winter carnival 1936-1939
Box 27 Wol-Wye 1936-1942
Women
Box 27 Assistant Dean Marjorie G. Smith 1940-1941 - annual report (2 folders)
Box 27 Assistant Dean Nancy D. Lewis 1936-1937
Box 27 Dean of 1936-1940 (5 folders)
Box 27 Dean of 1936-1942 - annual report (6 folders)
Box 28 Dean of 1936-1940 - social probation and summer session reports (2 folders)
Box 28 Women's Building 1936-1941
Box 28 Women's Building development plan 1938-1942 (2 folders)
Box 28 Women's Glee Club 1937-1940
Box 28 World War II 1940-1942 (4 folders)
Box 28 World War II, blackouts 1940-1942
Box 28 World War II, War Department 1940-1941
Box 28 Wyoming conference 1937-1941
Box 28 Yal-Zor 1936-1942
Writing
Box 29 Articles and speeches, general 1936-1941, undated (4 folders)
Box 30 Christmas address 1939
Box 30 Commencement addresses 1936-1941
Box 30 Comparison of Syracuse University between 1903 and 1938 1938
Box 30 Fraternities, addresses to 1936
Box 30 Freshmen convocations 1938-1941
Box 30 Good evening, friends of the radio audience circa 1939 - delivered at start of World War II
Box 30 History of Syracuse University 1938
Box 30 Importance of science undated
Box 30 James A. Ten Eyck eulogy 1938
Box 30 What is Syracuse University trying to do? What should it try to do? undated

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