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Universities and colleges -- Administration

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Cliff Cox Collection

 Collection — Other cox 1
Identifier: 200-221
Abstract Former music faculty turned administrator, Cliff Cox was an active composer.  Some of his compositions are in this collection.

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Office of the President

Identifier: 100-109
Abstract Records of the Office of the President are separated into three subgroups; the Carmon Ross Papers, Office of the President 1937-1957 and Office of the President 1957 to current.  The records in this group are from the second group, 1937-1957.

Arrangement The original arrangement was alphabetic.  It has remained that way.

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Photograph Collection

Identifier: 600-003
Abstract This is a random collection of photographs assembled by the university archives.  They do not represent a particular creator, like the Spectator Collection or the Kupper Collection does.  Instead, the photographs could be of any subject, by any photographer and any time period.

Arrangement The photographs are loosely arranged into Identified people or groups, unidentified people or groups, buildings, campus views and some events.

Richard Groman Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 200-203
Abstract This collection is comprised of the materials created by and collected by Dr. Richard Groman during his years at Edinboro.  As both a faculty and an administrator, the materials represent his scholarship and the administrative functioning of the school from 1967-1998.

Arrangement The materials arrived in file cabinets arranged alphabetically.  As materials were weeded and boxed, the alphabetic arrangement was kept.

The Pennsylvania Association of Council of Trustees, "Welcome trustee," 1995

Identifier: 1995.007
Scope and Contents Orientation for members of Councils of Trustees for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.