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Harmon W. Caldwell papers

Harmon W. Caldwell papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Harmon W. Caldwell papers
Creator: Caldwell, Harmon White
Inclusive Dates: 1927-1950
Language: English
Extent: 38.25 Linear Feet (39 boxes)
Collection Number: UA97-098
Repository: University of Georgia Archives

Collection Description

Historical Note

Harmon White Caldwell was born January 29, 1899, in the Carmel community in Meriwether Co. GA. He received his undergraduate degree (A.B.) from the University of Georgia in 1919, and his LL.B. from Harvard University in 1924. In 1935, he was awarded an Honorary LL.D., from Emory University, and that same year, he received a second Honorary LL.D. from Mercer University. In 1938, his third Honorary LL.D. was bestowed by Tulane University. Caldwell, a quick study, earned his Bachelor's degree at Georgia in two years, and taught in Georgia public schools for two years prior to entering Harvard Law School. Upon graduation from Harvard in 1924, he was appointed Assistant Professor of Law at Emory University. He held this position until 1926, at which point he was admitted to the Georgia Bar, and he came to the UGA School of Law as a Professor of Law in 1929. In 1933, he became Dean of the Law School, and in 1935, was named President of the University. After he left UGA, Caldwell became Chancellor of the University System in 1948, a position he held until his retirement in 1964. For the rest of his life, Caldwell remained active as a trustee of the Berry Schools, and Calloway Gardens, as well as his affiliations with Kiwanis, Masonry, and the Baptist Church. Harmon Caldwell's greatest legacy to the University of Georgia was the extensive building program on campus during his administration. Caldwell should also be remembered as the man who drafted, organized and put into effect the first Statutes of the University, the first formalized organizational structure of the modern university. He also reorganized the Graduate School in 1937, the same year he persuaded the Regents to buy the DeRenne Library of Georgianna, which formed the original nucleus of the present day Department of Special Collections at University Libraries. In 1939, he oversaw creation of the University of Georgia Press, and he saw the University through the difficult years of interference from the Governor's office during the term of Eugene Talmadge in the early 1940s. This determination to set policy for the University in the face of what became known as the Cocking affair (1941) brought about the unseating of Talmadge in 1942, and more amicable relations with his successor, Ellis Arnall. The war years saw UGA serve as host to a Navy Preflight School, a reduced student population, and plans for the growth that was sure to come with the peacetime influx of veterans. During the Caldwell administration, growth was substantial, with the addition of numerous buildings, a physical plant of 3,500 acres, and a Library with 185,000 volumes. After the war, student attendance jumped from 2,468 in the fall of 1945 to 6,643 in the fall of 1946. The myriad of buildings erected during Dr. Caldwell's tenure include: Mary Lyndon Hall (1936); Four Towers (1937); Hoke Smith Building (1937); Clark Howell Hall (1937); Forestry Resources Building (1938); Baldwin Hall (1938); LeConte Hall (1938); Park Hall (1938); Rutherford Hall (1939); Dairy Science Building (1939); Snelling Hall (1940); McPhaul Child and Family Development Center (1940); Payne Hall (1940); Founders' Memorial Garden (1941); Fine Arts Building (1941); Alumni House (1943); Stegeman Hall (1943). Harmon Caldwell died on April 15, 1977, in Atlanta, GA.

Scope and Content

The Caldwell papers represent the emergence of the modern executive philosophy guiding the modern State University. Because, for the first time, a filing schema has survived intact, there has been no need for reorganization of the papers to facilitate user access, and the original provenance has thus been more or less preserved. The papers break down into four broad series as follows: Series 1: Administrative Subject/Correspondence File 1927-1949. This series encompasses the fullest scope of Caldwell's myriad duties as University President, and comprises 75% by bulk of the volume of the collection. Included are extended subseries treating the University building program, the "Cocking Affair", the higher education of blacks in Georgia, the emerging Landscape Architecture program, the increasing role of agricultural research in the postwar South, the early standardization of Senior Class rings, the emergence of the University Center in Georgia, the vitality of the newly created University of Georgia Press, and the WPA Georgia Writers Project. Series 2: Board of Regents Files 1932-1949. This series documents interactions between Caldwell as University President and the state Board of Regents. Series 3: Wartime Administrative Files, 1940-1948. This series follows the multiple hats which Caldwell wore in his various roles in support of America's involvement in World War II. It is further organized into separate sub-series covering the following specific functions: Civilian Defense/Selective Service/U.S. Armed Forces/War Program/Army Specialized Training Corps/Navy Training School/Personnel-Savannah Unit. Series 4: UGA Personnel Files 1937-1950. This is an alpha-ordered set of University personnel files for the indicated years (it is not comprehensive).

Organization and Arrangement

Organized into four series.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Harmon W. Caldwell papers, UA97-098, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University Archives, The University of Georgia Libraries.

General Notes

RG1


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Administrative records.
Agriculture -- Research -- Georgia.
Cocking, Walter D. (Walter Dewey), 1891-1964
Correspondence.
Draft -- United States.
Segregation in higher education -- Georgia.
United States -- Armed Forces.
United States. Naval Training School (University of Georgia)
United States. Office of Civilian Defense
University System of Georgia. Board of Regents
University of Georgia. Buildings. History
University of Georgia. Faculty
World War, 1939-1945.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

1. Administrative Subject/Correspondence File

This series encompasses the fullest scope of Caldwell's myriad duties as University President, and comprises 75% by bulk of the volume of the collection. Included are extended subseries treating the University building program (Box 8), the "Cocking Affair" (Box 9 and 11), the higher education of blacks in Georgia (Box 20 and 27), the emerging Landscape Architecture program (Box 17), the increasing role of agricultural research in the postwar South (Box 24), the early standardization of Senior Class rings (Box 24), the emergence of the University Center in Georgia (Box 29), the vitality of the newly created University of Georgia Press (Boxes 29-30), and the WPA Georgia Writers Project (Box 33).
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11AAA Building, 1941-1945
12Abraham Baldwin Marker, 1941-1943
13Academic Regulations, 1941-1942
14Accrediting Agencies, 1934-1946
15Accredited Standing, 1941-1942
16Acts (Legislative), 1945-1947
17Acts (State of Georgia Legislative), 1937-1945
18-9Aderhold, O.C., 1939-1946
110Administration, Dean of (L.L. Hendren), 1938-1941
111-12Administrative Council, 1940-1948
113-14Admissions, 1943-1949
115Adult Education, 1944
116Advertising, 1944-1948
117Agnes Scott College, 1938-1940
118Agricultural Campus Student Center, 1940-1941
119Agricultural Economics, Dept. of , 1941-1944
120Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, 1944-1949
121-22Agricultural Engineering Dept., 1941-1948
123Agricultural Extension Division , 1935-1939
124-25Agricultural Extension Service-W.S. Brown, 1940-1948
126Agricultural Financial Reports on Service Depts., 1944-1945
127-28Agricultural and Industrial Board, 1944-1948
129Agricultural Organization and Research, 1947
130Agriculture-Agreements, 1936-1945
131Agriculture, College of , 1937-1938
132-37Agriculture, College of Dean-Paul Chapman, 1938-1944
138Agriculture, College of, 1945-1949
139Agriculture, College of (Postwar), 1943
140Agriculture-Future Policies, 1939-1940
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21-2Agronomy, Dept. of, 1939-1949
23Air R.O.T.C., 1945-1949
24-5Aa-Ak 1, 1936-1948
26Alabama, University of, 1937-1940
27Alumni, 1942-1949
28Alumni (Albany), 1942
29Alumni (Atlanta), 1941-1946
210Alumni (Augusta), 1941-1942
211Alumni (Birmingham), 1941-1948
212Alumni (Columbus), 1947
213Alumni (Jacksonville-organized 1946), 1946
214Alumni (Montgomery), 1939-1949
215Alumni (New York), 1938-1948
216Alumni (Savannah), 1941-1946
217Alumni (Tampa), 1947-1948
218Alumni Drive, 1944-1946
219Alumni Drive-Thank You Letters, 1945-1946
220Alumni Society, 1939-1948
221American Association of School Administrators, 1940-1945
222American Association of University Professors, 1947-1948
223-24American Association of University Women, 1937-1947
225American Bar Association, 1941-1945
226-27American Council on Education , 1936-1948
228American Forum of Democracy, 1940-1941
229American Institute of Cooperation, 1940-1941
230The American Legion-Campus, 1945
231American Library Association , 1940-1941
232American Political Science Association, 1940
233American Universities-Association, 1941-1943
234-35Al-Am, 1935-1948
236Animal Husbandry, 1933-1939
237-38Animal Husbandry, Dept. of, 1943-1945
239-40Annual Report , 1942-1947
241Anthropology, 1944
242Apartment House-R. E. Hitchcock, 1945-1946
243Applicants-list of , 1946
244Application Blanks-Loans and NYA
245Applications (A-D), 1948-1949
246Applications (E-K), 1948-1949
247Applications (L-R), 1948-1949
248Applications (S-Z), 1948-1949
249Applications-Fellowships, Assistantships, Scholarships, 1946-1948
250Applications-General, 1940-1941
251Arch Entrance, 1946
252Archaeology , 1938
253Archaeology, Dept. (also see Wauchope), 1938-1943
254Archaeology, Dept. of (proposed) , 1938-1948
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31Archaeology , 1935-1939
32-3Armstrong Junior College, 1935-1945
34Army Advisory Committee (1947), 1946-1949
35Arnall, Ellis, 1941-1944
36Art, Dept. of , 1939-1942
37-8An-Ar, 1938-1948
39Askew, Thomas (also see Armstrong Junior College), 1941-1946
310Askew, Thomas A. (also see Veteran Affairs)
311-12Association of American Colleges , 1935-1949
313-15Association of Land Grant Colleges , 1935-1949
316Athens Planning Board (Mrs. C. A. VerNooy, 1944), 1935-1945
317-18Athletic Association (1942), 1936-1948
319Athletic Association (University of Georgia) , 1948
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41Athletic Association , 1942-1947
42Athletic Association, Budget, 1946-1949
43Athletic Association, List of Stadium Guarantors, 1948
44Athletic Association, Pres. Box Orange Bowl requests (1948-49), 1946-1949
45Athletic Association, Pres. Box Sugar Bowl corres. (1946), 1946-1947
46Athletic Department (1941), 1940-1941
47Athletics, Board of Directors, 1942-1947
48-10Athletics, Board Meeting, 1945-1949
411Athletic Passes (1942-1943), 1942
412Athletic Passes (Complimentary Tickets, 1945), 1945
413-16Athletic Passes (Georgia Tech Game), 1942-1947
417Athletic Passes (LSU Game and Luncheon, October 20, 1945), 1945
418Athletic Passes (Presbyterian College and Tenn. Tech, 1942-1943
419Athletic Passes (Rose Bowl), 1942
420Athletic Passes (Wake Forest, Howard and Presbyterian Games), 1943
421Athletic Passes (Wake Forest and Presbyterian Games), 1944
423Athletics (1935-1937), 1935-1941
424Athletics (Stegeman Hall Dedication), 1946 November 30
425Atomic Energy, Conferences on, 1947-1948
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51Attorney General, 1939-1944
52Aviation School (1943), 1943
53Aviation School (Financial Reports), 1943-1944
54Aviation, Dept. of, 1944-1948
55-6As-Az, 1936-1948
57-8Baa-Baq, 1936-1948
59Barfoot, James L., 1948
510Barradas, Gerald (The Barradas League), 1944-1945
511-12Bar, 1937-1945
513Battey, George M., 1944-1947
514Baumgarten, P. H., 1936-1942
515-16Bas-Bd, 1936-1945
517Beers, Fred. S. (See examiner's Office)
518Bell, J. C. (See Poultry Husbandry, Dept. of)
519-20Bennett, F. W., 1933-1947
521-22Beta Club, 1941-1949
523-24Be-Bh, 1935-1948
525Biscoe, Dr. Alvin B., 1944-1945
526Bi-Bk, 1944-1948
527Blair, M. H., 1939-1946
528Bl-Bn, 1936-1942
529Bocock, W. H., 1939-1947
530-31Bolton, J. D., 1939-1949
532Bond Drives, 1944
533Book Notices, 1940-1946
534Boy Scouts of America, 1938-1943
535-36Bo-Bq, 1935-1948
537-38Bra-Brd, 1936-1945
539British Relief, 1940-1941
540-41Bre-Brn, 1936-1948
542Brooks, R. P. (see also School of Commerce), 1927-1938
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61Broadcasts (Nat'l. Farm and Home), 1939
62Broadman Library (Dr. Joseph Broadman), 1935-1946
63Brockman, Charles J., 1939-1946
64Brooks, R. P. (see also Business Administration, School of), 1940-1948
65Brown, C. S., 1938-1939
66Brown, Calvin, 1940-1946
67Brown, Paul (U. S. House of Representatives), 1937-1947
68-9Bro-Bt, 1935-1948
610Budget (July 1, 1934-June 30, 1935), 1934
611Budget (Administration 1940-1941), 1940-1941
612Budget (Agriculture 1940-1941), 1940-1941
613Budget (Building and Grounds 1940-1941), 1939-1941
614Budget (Commerce 1940-1941), 1940
615Budget (School of Education 1940-1941), 1940-1941
616Budget (School of Forestry 1940-1941), 1939-1940
617Budget (General 1940-1941), 1940-1941
618Budget (Graduate School 1940-1941), 1940-1941
619Budget (Home Economics 1940-1941), 1939-1941
620Budget (Journalism 1940-1941), 1940-1941
621Budget (Law School 1940-1941), 1940-1941
622Budget (Liberal Arts 1940-1941), 1939-1941
623Budget (Military 1940-1941), 1940
624Budget (Pharmacy 1940-1941), 1939-1941
625Budget (Proposed June 30, 1941), 1940-1941
626Budget (Summer School 1940-1941), 1939-1940
627Budget (Summer School 1941), 1941
628Budget (1941-1942), 1940-1942
629Budget (Summer School 1942), 1941-1943
630Budget (1942-1943), 1941-1943
631Budget (Administration 1942-1943), 1941-1943
632Budget (Agriculture 1942-1943), 1942-1943
633Budget (Arts and Sciences 1942-1943), 1941-1943
634Budget (Arts and Sciences-Alternate 1942-1943), 1942-1943
635Budget (Business Administration 1942-1943), 1942-1943
636Budget (Departmental 1942-1943), 1942-1943
637Budget (Education 1942-1943), 1942-1943
638Budget (Forestry 1942-1943), 1942-1943
639Budget (Graduate School 1942-1943), 1942-1943
640Budget (Home Economics 1942-1943), 1942
641Budget (Journalism 1942-1943), 1942
642Budget (Law 1942-1943), 1942
643Budget (Library 1942-1943), 1942-1943
644Budget (Pharmacy 1942-1943), 1942-1943
645Budget (Student Activities 1942), 1941-1942
646Budget (Summer School 1943), 1943
647Budget (Vocational Education 1942-1943), 1942
648Budget (1943-1944), 1942-1944
649Budget (Balance Sheets 1943-1944; 1944-1945), 1943-1945
650Budget (Changes 1943-1944), 1943
651Budget (Special Reports 1943-1944), 1942-1945
652Budget (Spring Quarter 1943-1944), 1943-1944
653Budget (Winter Quarter 1944), 1944
654Budget (1944-1945), 1943-1945
655Budget (Changes 1944-1945), 1944-1946
656-57Budget (Summer School) , 1943-1945
658Budget (4th Quarter 1945-Summer), 1944-1945
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71Budget (1945-1946), 1945
72Budget (Amendment 1945-1946), 1944-1946
73Budget (General Finances 1944/1945-1946), 1934-1946
74Budget (Requests for Amendments 1945-1946), 1944-1946
75Budget (Revisions 1945-1946), 1945
76Budget (Student Activities 1945-1946), 1943-1947
77Budget (Summer School 1946), 1946
78-9Budget (Supplemental) , 1937-1946
710Budget (Supplemental Requests, Departmental 1946), 1945-1946
711-12Budget (1946), 1946-1947
713Budget (Amendment Request 1946-1947), 1946-1948
714Budget (General 1946-1947), 1945-1947
715Budget (Housing at University 1946-1947), 1946-1947
716Budget (Memoranda 1946-1947), 1945-1947
717Budget (Summer School 1946-1947), 1945-1946
718Budget (Annual 1947-1948), 1935-1948
719Budget (Balance Sheets 1947-1948), 1945-1948
720Budget (Contingency Fund 1947-1948), 1947-1948
721Budget (Quarterly Progress Report 1947-1948), 1945-1948
722Budget (Requests, Dean of Students 1947-1948), 1947
723Budget (Savannah 1947-1948), 1947-1949
724Budget (Special Repair 1947), 1947-1948
725Budget (Student Activities 1947-1948), 1947-1949
726Budget (Trust Funds for Building Purposes 1948), 1947-1948
727Budget (Amendment Requests 1948-1949), 1948-1949
728Budget (Departmental 1948), 1948-1949
729Budget (Supplemental Requests 1948-1949), 1947-1949
730Budget (Agency Funds 1945-1949), 1945-1948
731Budget (Trust Funds 1945-1949), 1944-1949
732Budget (Instructions and Forms), 1945
733Budget (Athletic Association 1929-1940), 1929-1940
734Budget (Dormitories and Dining Halls 1937-1942), 1937-1942
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81Buildings, 19351945
82Buildings (Applications for Architectural Fees), 1945
83Buildings (Boys/Girls Dormitories), 1946-1948
84Buildings (Buildings and Grounds), 1936-1941
85Buildings (Chimes), 1939-1948
86Buildings (Commerce-Journalism Addition), 1946-1948
87Buildings (Committee/Regents), 1945-1947
88Buildings (Dairy Dept. Annex), 1947
89Buildings (Federal Aid for Housing; also Temp. Fac.), 1946
810Buildings (General Correspondence), 1945-1949
811Buildings (Gymnasium), 1947-1948
812Buildings (Law School), 1947-1948
813Buildings (Library), 1948
814Buildings (Post-War Plans), 1945
815Buildings (University Plans--Expansion), 1946
816Buildings (Veterinary Medicine Building), 1947-1948
817Burkhart, W. C., 1933-1938
818Burnett, Duncan, 1940-1941
819Business Administration , 1936-1943
820Business Administration, College of (May, 1943), 1943-1949
821Business Manager, 1934-1940
822Business Research, Bureau of, 1932-1948
823Butts, J. Wallace, 1940-1947
824-25Bu-Bz, 1936-1947
826Calendar (University System), 1942-1948
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91Callaway, Cason J. (also see Regent's File), 1941-1948
92Callaway Farms, 1945-1948
93Cancer Clinic (1944), 1944
94-5Caa-Caq, 1936-1947
96Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1940-1948
97Catalogues Material, 1940-1944
98Catalogue Material (1941-1942), 1940-1942
99Catalogue Material (1941-1942), 1941
910Catalogues, Requests for, 1945-1949
911-12Car-Cd, 1937-1947
913Central of Georgia Railway, 1940-1949
914Ceramics, 1944
915Chance, Claude, 1932-1938
916Chance, Claude (also see Romance Language Dept.), 1940-1946
917Chapel, 1945-1946
918Chapman, Paul (also see Agriculture, College of), 1940-1945
919Charter Day, 1944-1949
920Chemistry Dept., 1927-1935
921Chemistry Dept. (also see Physical Science No. 81), 1943-1948
922Christian College of Georgia (1948), 1948
923-24Ce-Ch, 1936-1947
925Citizens Fact Finding Movement, 1944-1947
926Citizens Fact Finding Movement (1937-1943), 1937-1943
927Canning Plant, 1943-1945
928Civil Aeronautics Authority (also see Aviation School), 1939-1948
929Classics, Dept. of, 1947-1948
930Clippings, 1940-1945
931-32Ci-Cn, 1941-1947
933Cocking, Walter D. (also see College of Education), 1940-1944
934Cohn, Sigmund, 1938-1944
935Colleges and Universities (General Information), 1938-1945
936Collins, W. O. (also see Agronomy, Dept. of), 1941-1945
937-38Coa-Col, 1940-1948
939-54Commencement , 1939-1949
955Commencement Plans, 1945
956Commencement Procedures, 1945-1948
957Commendation Letters-Student and Faculty, 1940-1941
958Commerce, College of (See also Bus. Research), 1933-1939
959Commission on Curriculum Problems, 1945
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101Committees (Absence System-September, 1946), 1946-1947
102Committees (Admissions), 1941-1944
103Committees (Agriculture, College of), 1940-1941
104Committees (Art Acquisitions-Mr. Howard Thomas, Chm.), 1945-1948
105Committees (Campaigns and Drives), 1947-1948
106Committees (Chairmen), 1946-1948
107Committees (Charges for Courses taken by Faculty), 1932
108Committees (Degrees), 1938-1939
109Committees (Dining Halls and Dormitories), 1936
1010*(Health Conference data sheet)
1011Committees (Elections), 1935-1947
1012Committees (Executive), 1936-1949
1013Committees (Final Examinations), 1935-1948
1014Committees (General), 1935-1944
1015Committees (Georgia Livestock Feed Conservation), 1947
1016Committees (Gifts & Memorials-Howard Thomas, Chm.), 1947-1948
1017Committees (Graduate School Executive Committee), 1940-1943
1018Committees (Grounds), 1940-1945
1019Committees (Grounds), 1942-1947
1020Committees (Health Council), 1935-1936
1021Committees (Honorary Degrees), 1948
1022Committees (Hospitalization Insurance), 1948
1023Committees (Intercollegiate Athletics), 1943-1945
1024Committees (Intra-mural Athletics), 1941-1944
1025Committees (Liberal Arts Executive)
1026Committees (Library), 1936-1948
1027Committees (Non-resident Students), 1941-1942
1028Committees (Personnel), 1935-1936
1029Committees (Post-war International Problems), 1945
1030Committees (Radio WSB and WCON), 1948
1031Committees (Records), 1943
1032Committees (Regents Professorships), 1948
1033Committees (Registration), 1936
1034Committees (Registration), 1936-1938
1035Committees (Reorganization), 1935-1940
1036Committees (Research), 1941
1037Committees (Scholarships-Special), 1941-1945
1038Committees (Senior Ring), 1940-1948
1039Committees (Social Life and Activities), 1939-1948
1040Committees (Special Convocations), 1937-1948
1041Committees (Student Conduct), 1938-1948
1042Committees (Student-Faculty Advisory), 1942-1946
1043Committees (Student Honors and Scholarships), 1937-1945
1044Committees (Student Loans), 1936-1944
1045Committees (To Be Appointed), 1940
1046Community Concert Association, 1939-1940
1047Competitive Examinations, (c.1941)
1048Complaints, 1939-1944
1049Confederate Constitution, 1942-1943
1050Constitution (University of Georgia), 1940
1051Constitution Examinations, 1942
1052Co-op, Georgia, 1944-1949
1053Cooper, James J., 1938-1946
1054Coordinate College, 1939-1948
1055-56Com-Coo, 1935-1948
1057-58Cop-Cq, 1936-1946
1059Cornett, Walter G., 1941
1060Coulter, E. M. (See also History Dept. of), 1941-1945
1061Creswell, Mary E. (See also Home Economics, Sch. of), 1930-1938
1062Creswell, Miss Mary E. (See also Home Economics, Sch. of), 1940-1945
1063Crickmay, G. W. (See also Geology, Dept. of), 1942-1947
1064Cross Reference Folder, 1940
1065Crouse, Ed C. (See also Drama, Dept. of), 1941-1947
1066-67Cr-Ct, 1936-1947
1068Cunningham, Col. W. A. (1946), 1946
1069Curricula, 1935-1940
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111Curriculum Changes, 1936-1941
112-3Cu-Cz, 1937-1946
114Dairy Husbandry, Dept. of, 1944-1945
115Danner, W. N., Jr., 1939-1945
116D'Argonne, Dr. M. C., 1941-1948
117-8Da-Dd, 1936-1948
119Dean Coordinate College, 1933-1938
1110Dean of Faculties, 1940-1948
1111Dean of Women, 1932-1938
1112Deans and Department Heads, 1939-1945
1113Debating, 1940-1941
1114Dedication Exercises (Fine Arts Bldg), 1941
1115Degree Requirements, 1936
1116DeLoach, John K., 1940-1942
1117Demosthenian Society, 1940-1946
1118Denmark Cafeteria, 1942-1943
1119-20De-Dh, 1936-1948
1121Diplomas, 1936-1941
1122Discipline #1 (See also Committee Reports), 1933-1937
1123Discipline #2 (See also Committee Reports), 1937-1938
1124Discipline, 1939-1948
1125Dixon, E. H. (See also Physics and Astronomy, Dept. of), 1947
1126Doctorate-Plans for, 1936-1938
1127Dodd, Lamar (See also Art Department), 1941-1945
1128-29Di-Dom, 1937-1946
1130Dormitories and Dining Halls, 1941-1949
1131-32Dormitories and Dining Halls (Incomes and Expenditures), 1946-1948
1133-34Drama, Department of, 1940-1948
1135Dramatics, 1932-1933
1136Drewry, John E. (See also School of Journalism), 1942-1947
1137Driftmier, R. H. (See also Agricultural Engineering), 1941-1947
1138Drive-In (Clarence Fulcher, C. C. Clements, Jr.) , 1945
1139-40Don-Dt, 1936-1939
1141Dubose, Bolling, 1942-1943
1142Dubose, Marion, 1939-1945
1143Dunlap, M. D., 1939-1946
1144-45Du-Dz, 1937-1945
1146Ediphone Company, 1940-1948
1147-49Education, College of, 1939-1944
1150Educational Policies Commission, 1941-1947
1151Educational Research and Field Service, Bureau of , 1946-1947
1152Edwards, A. S. (See also Psychology, Dept. of), 1939-1947
1153Eidson, J. O., 1938
1154-55Ea-Ek, 1938-1948
1156Ellis, Herman A. (Resigned), 1942-1945
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121-2Emory University , 1939-1947
123Employment Agencies, 1940-1948
124Employment Opportunities, 1944-1949
125English, Dept. of, 1943-1949
126Entomology, 1936-1944
127-8El-Eq, 1937-1948
129Evening School Division, 1941-1945
1210-11Examiner's Office , 1938-1945
1212-14Extension Division (J. C. Wardlaw), 1931-1949
1215-16Er-Ez, 1936-1946
1217Faculty (Acknowledgements, Congratulations, Sympathy, etc), 1944
1218-19Faculty Club , 1939-1948
1220Faculty (General Information), 1932-1948
1221Faculty Marshall, 1942-1946
1222Faculty Meetings, 1934-1948
1223Faculty Meetings (Matters for Discussion), 1943
1224Faculty Meetings (Special), 1944
1225-27Faculty Notices, 1928-1948
1228Faculty (Publications and Speeches), 1936-1939
1229Faculty Ranks, Salaries and Promotions (Gen. Policies), 1942-1948
1230Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, 1941
1231-32Federal Education Bills, 1944
1233-34Fa-Fh, 1936-1948
1235Films, 1943-1949
1236Financial Matters (Miscellaneous), 1931-1940
1237Financial Statements (Inactive), 1935-1939
1238Fine Arts, 1933-1935
1239Fink, Arthur E. (See also Social Work-101), 1942-1943
1240Fire Protection Procedures, 1946-1947
1241Firor, John William, 1939-1940
1242Firor, J. William (See also Agricultural Econ. and Rural Soc.), 1942-1945
1243Fleming, J. E., 1940-1941
1244Florida, University of, 1940-1948
1245-46Fi-Fn, 1940-1947
1247Food Processing , 1943-1948
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131Ford, Dorothy Coile, 1940-1943
132Foreign Students, 1938-1943
133Forestry, School of , 1939-1942
134Forestry, George Foster Peabody School of, 1943-1948
135Fort, Dean Tomlinson, 1945-1946
136-7Fort Valley State College, 1942-1949
138Forums (Miss Emily Woodward), 1941-1948
139Fraternities, 1929-1941
1310Fraternities (General), 1934-1949
1311Fraternities (Honorary), 1940-1941
1312Fraternities (Sigma Nu), 1937-1948
1313Fraternity Row, 1940-1941
1314Frost, Frank H., 1939-1942
1315-16Fo-Ft, 1935-1948
1317Future Plans, 1942-1943
1318-19Fu-Fz, 1936-1946
1320Garden School, 1941-1947
1321Gateway (bp), 1942-1943
1322-23Ga-Gd, 1937-1947
1324Geography, Dept. of, 1945-1948
1325Geography Journal, 1946
1326Geology, Dept. of, 1939-1944
1327Georgia Advisory Committee, 1941-1942
1328Georgia Arch, 1934-1941
1329Georgia Association of School Administrators, 1941-1945
1330-32Georgia Citizens Council, 1945-1949
1333Georgia Citizens Council (Civilian Vol.), 1945-1946
1334Georgia Colleges
1335-36Georgia Colleges, Assoc. of , 1935-1948
1337-38Georgia Conference of Social Work , 1937-1944
1339-41Georgia Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1936-1946
1342Georgia Co-op , 1939-1944
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141General Assembly, Visit of Members of , 1947
142Georgia, Dept. of Agriculture
143-4Georgia, Dept. of Education , 1940-1943
145Georgia, Dept. of State, 1941-1948
146-8Georgia Education Association , 1936-1943
149-10Georgia Experiment Station (H. P. Stuckey, Director), 1932-1948
1411Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs, 1945
1412-13Georgia High School Association, 1937-1948
1414Georgia Press Association, 1940-1944
1415-17Georgia Press Institute , 1936-1948
1418Georgia Problems, Institute for Study of, 1939-1940
1419Georgia Radio Institute, 1945-1948
1420-22Georgia School of Technology, 1932-1948
1423Georgia Southwestern, 1944
1424-25Georgia State College, 1939-1947
1426-27Georgia State College for Women , 1928-1949
1428Georgia State Legislature, 1941-1946
1429Georgia State Nurses' Association, 1945-1946
1430Georgia State Public Forums (General), 1938-1940
1431Georgia State Public Forums (Reports), 1940-1941
1432Georgia State Woman's College, 1941-1946
1433Georgia Teachers College, 1940-1947
1434Georgia-Ten Year Development Program, 1940
1435-36Georgia Volunteer War Services (1944), 1944-1945
1437Georgia Volunteer War Services (Minutes and Reports), 1945
1438German, 1933-1936
1439German, Department of, 1941-1948
1440Gholston, J. Knox (See also regent's File)
1441-42Ge-Gh, 1936-1944
1443Gilbert, Judge S. Price, 1940-1941
1444Gilbert Memorial Trust Fund, 1944
1445Gittler, Joseph B. , 1937-1947
1446-47Gi-Gn, 1936-1947
1448-49Grading Systems, 1936-1941
1450Graduate Center, Organization of at Oak Ridge, Tenn, 1945-1947
1451Grant, Bishop F., 1939
1452Green, Thos. F., Jr., 1939-1948
1453Greene, Jas. E., 1941-1948
1454Greenhouse Plans, 1941
1455Ground School
1456-57Go-Gt, 1936-1947
1458Guidance, 1944-1945
1459-60Gu-Gz, 1938-1948
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1514-H Club (Inactive), 1940-1943
1524-H Club, 1944-1948
153Hains, George (See also regent's File), 1941-1946
154-5Haa-Ham, 1937-1948
156Harris, I. Z. (Birmingham, Ala.), 1945-1947
157Harvard University, 1940-1945
158Harvey, R. D. (See also regent's File), 1945
159-10Han-Har, 1937-1947
1511-12Has-Hd, 1937-1945
1513Health Dept., 1941-1946
1514-15Health Science and Physical Education, 1936-1945
1516Heckman, H. M., 1939-1944
1517-18Hea-Hem, 1937-1946
1519Henderson, Herbert B. (See also Dairy Husbandry, Dept. of)
1520Hendren, L. L. (See also Liberal Arts, College of), 1941-1947
1521-22Hen-Hh, 1938-1944
1523High School Victory Corps, 1942-1943
1524Hill, Walter B., 1941-1942
1525History, Dept. of, 1942-1948
1526History (University), 1941-1945
1527Hitchcock, Roy E., 1941-1945
1528-29Hi-Hn, 1935-1948
1530Hodgson, Harry (Inactive), 1936-1943
1531Hodgson, Hugh (See also Music Dept.), 1940-1947
1532Hoffman, Edmund (Poultry Dept.), 1946
1533Hollingsworth, Louise W., 1942-1945
1534Home Demonstration Council, 1940-1947
1535Home Economics, School of , 1934-1949
1537Hosch, J. Alton, 1935-1938
1538-39Hoa-Hom, 1938-1945
1540Honig, R. M., 1940-1944
1541-42Honors Day, 1930-1948
1543-44Honorary Degrees, 1933-1948
1545Honor System, 1936-1944
1546-47Hooper, William D., 1932-1945
1548-49Horticulture Department (bp), 1933-1948
1550-51Hotels (Reservations, etc.), 1940-1948
1552-53Housing, Director of, 1942-1948
1554Howard, L. V. (See also Ag. and Indus. Devel. Board), 1944-1947
1555-56Hon-Ht, 1936-1948
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161Hutchinson, G.A., 1941
162Hu-Hz, 1936-1940
163Information (enrollment/state support/southern states), 1948
164Information (Requests), 1940-1948
165Information (policies/salaries/leaves/travel), 1946-1948
166Information (SUNY), 1947-1948
167Institutes, Miscellaneous, 1948
168Institute of International Education, 1940-1948
169Institute of Public Affairs, 1932-1938
1610-11Institute for the Study of Georgia Problems, 1939-1941
1612-13IBM Corporation, 1938-1945
1614Insurance, 1940-1948
1615Inventory (Office Equipment), 1946-1948
1616Invitation (General/Uncle Remus Hwy), 1934-1945
1617Invitations to Speak, 1942-1945
1618Irby, Nolen M., 1940-1941
1619-20I, 1936-1949
1620-21James, Edwin, 1942-1946
1622-23Jarnagin, M.P., 1932-1946
1624-25Ja-Jn, 1936-1947
1626-27Joint Committee On Accrediting, 1939-1945
1628Jones, Albert B., 1947
1629Jones, Harrison, 1941-1945
1630Juhan, Ben, 1946-1947
1631Junior College Movement, 1944-1945
1632-34Jo-Jz, 1936-1947
1635Kay, Lambdin, 1940
1636-37Ka-Kd, 1936-1948
1638Kennedy, John G., 1945
1639-40Ke-Kh, 1937-1946
1641Kilpatrick, A.J. Jr., 1940-1943
1642Kimble, Lucille, 1939-1943
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171Kinney, B.C. (Plant Operations), 1941-1946
172-4Ki-Kk, 1937-1948
175-6Kl-Kt, 1939-1948
177-8Ku-Kz, 1941-1947
179Land Grant Colleges, 1938-1939
1710Land Grant College Appropriation, 1937-1938
1711-12Landscape Architecture Department, 1941-1949
1713Landscape Plans, 1941-1945
1714Land Scrip Fund, 1944
1715Language and Literature Department, 1938-1943
1716Language and Literature Division, 1939-1940
1717Lanham, Frank B., 1940-1946
1718-19Laa-Laq, 1938-1945
1720-21Latin American Relations, 1938-1944
1722Laundry, University, 1941-49
1723-24Lar-Ld, 1938-47
1725Law School, 1933-1940
1726Law School (Acting Dean), 1941
1727-28Law School, 1945-47
1729Leadership Training, Jul-47
1730Ledford, Mildred, 1944
1731Legislative Committee, 1945-1948
1732-33Lea-Lem, 1937-1945
1734-35Len-Lh, 1937-1946
1736Liberal Arts College, 1941-1948
1737Liberal Arts Curriculum, 1945
1738-39Library, 1939-1944
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181-2Library, 1942
183Library (Librarians and Administrators), 1943-1948
184Library Science Courses, 1936
185-6Li-Ln, 1937-1940
187List (Univ. System Board of Regents), 1945-1946
188-9Lo-Lz, 1935-1946
1810Loan Funds, 1940
1811-12Long, Crawford W., 1932-1941
1813Long, Crawford W. (Day), 1941-1947
1814Love, Ernest A., 1947
1815Lovejoy, Hatton, 1939-1944
1816Lowns, Mr., 1945
1817Lutheran Church, 1940
1818-19Maa-Mao, 1937-1946
1820Mailing List, 1942
1821Mallary, E.P., 1933-1937
1822-23Map-Mb, 1938-1948
1824Maps (Colleges), 1945
1825Marine Corps League, 1945
1826Martin, Walter (Public Domain in Florida), 1939-1947
1827Massey, Dyar E., 1940
1828-29Mathematics, Department of, 1942-1948
1830-31McA-McC, 1937-1948
1832McCain, John W. Jr. (S.C. Speech Assn), 1940
1833McCain, John W. Jr., 1941-1944
1834-35McD-McG, 1935-1947
1836-37McH-McM, 1937-1946
1838McHatton, Thomas H., 1941-1943
1839-40McN-Md, 1939-1943
1841McPherson, J.H.T., n.d.
1842McWhorter, Ellen R., 1942-1944
1843McWhorter, Robert L., 1940-1942
1844-45Me-Mh, 1938-1947
1846-47Meadows, John C., 1933-1946
1848Meat Curing Plant, 1948
1849Medical School (admissions), 1942-1948
1850-51Medical School (Univ. of Georgia), 1935-1948
1852Medical School Program, 1944
1853Medicinal Herb Project, 1941
1854Memberships: University, 1932-1941
1855Memorial Hall, 1940-1941
1856Memorial (Post War), 1945-1948
1857Michael, M.G., Award, 1944-1947
1858-59Military Science and Tactics, 1937-1945
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191-3Military Science and Tactics (Adv. Course), 1941-1943
194Military Science and Tactics (Spec. Order), 1940-1942
195Military-Miscellaneous, 1948
196Miller, J.H., 1933-1938
197Miller, Julian, 1945
198Minimum Education Foundation, 1948
199Mississippi State College, 1939-1940
1910Mi-Mn, 1942-1948
1911Modern Foreign Languages, Dept. of, 1947-1948
1912Moore, Hamilton Frazier, 1942-1945
1913Moore, Mrs. J.W., 1942
1914Morris, John, 1937-1944
1915Morrow, Paul R., 1941-1948
1916-17Mo-Mt, 1938-1940
1918-19Music, Dept. of, 1941-1949
1920-21Mu-Mz, 1938-1945
1922Napier, B. Davie (Dept. of Religion), 1946
1923National Assn. of State Universities, 1944-1947
1924-25National Collegiate Athletic Association, 1940-1949
1926Nat. Conf. of Christians and Jews, 1940-1946
1927National Municipal League, 1940
1928National War Fund, 1945-1946
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201-2National Youth Administration, 1935-1943
203National Youth Administration (Time sheets), 1939-1940
204Navy Relief Society, 1942
205Negro Applications for Admission, 1941
206News Bureau, 1945-1948
207-8Na-Nh, 1937-1948
209Nix, Abit, 1937-1940
2010Non-Resident Students, 1940-1942
2011-12North Carolina, Univ. of, 1937-1946
2013-14North Georgia College, 1932-1941
2015-16Ni-Nt, 1936-1947
2017-18Nursing Education, 1943-1944
2019Nursing Education, Dept. of, 1945
2020Nursing School, 1946-1947
2021Nutrition Foundation, 1942-1947
2022Nuttycombe, John W., 1945
2023Nu-Nz, 1942-1944
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211O'Callaghan, Robert D., 1939-1942
212-3Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, 1947-1948
214Odum, Eugene P., 1940
215Odum, Howard W., 1937-1943
216Office Plans and Equipment, 1942-1948
217Oklahoma, University of, 1939
218-9Oa-Ok, 1935-1948
2110Old College, 1940-1941
2111Opening Exercises, 1944
2112Out-of-State Students, 1947
2113Owens, Hubert B. (see Landscape Arch.), 1942
2114-15Ol-Oz, 1938-1948
2116Panhellenic, 1934-1940
2117Parker, Ralph H., 1942-1947
2118Parks, Edd Wingfield, 1941-1948
2119Patents, 1940
2120Patent Policy, Univ. of Georgia, 1946-1948
2121Paving Project, 1940-1948
2122Payne, W.O., 1944
2123-24Pa-Pd, 1935-1948
2125Penny, L.D., 1937-1942
2126Petitions, Student, 1942-1946
2127Pharmacy, 1933-1940
2128Pharmacy, School of, 1941-1948
2129-30Phi Beta Kappa, 1932-1948
2131-32Phi Kappa Phi, 1932-1943
2133-34Philosophy Department, 1938-1948
2135Physical Education and Athletic Organizations, 1945-1945
2136Physical Education Dept. for Men, 1941-1948
2137-38Physical Education Dept. for Women ., 1935-1948
2139Physical Plant (Inactive File), 1936-1937
2140Physical Sciences Division, 1939-1943
2141Physically Handicapped Week, National Employment, 1948
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221-2Physics and Astronomy, 1932-1949
223-4Pe-Ph, 1936-1948
225Pi-Pk, 1938-1944
226Placement Bureau (Mrs. Mary Bondurant), 1942-1949
227Planning Board, 1945-1948
228Planning Institute, 1945
229Plant Operations, Dept. of, 1946-1948
2210Plant Pathology, Dept. of, 1940-1948
2211Political Science Department, 1941-1948
2212Portraits, 1940-1941
2213Post-War Planning, 1941-1943
2214Post-War Planning (Committee Reports), 1943-1944
2215Poultry Husbandry, Dept. of, 1942-1948
2216Pound, Merritt B., n.d.
2217Powell, R.H., 1942
2218Pl-Pq, 1936-1949
2219President's Office, 1947
2220Prohibition, 1941-1945
2221Property, University, 1937-1946
2222Prospects, General (Letters of recommend.), 1936-1949
2223Prospects, General, 1940
2224Prospects, Agriculture Dean, 1947-1948
2225Prospects, Arts and Sciences Dean, 1943-1945
2226Prospects, Business Administration Dean, 1944-1945
2227Prospects, Coordinate Dean, 1940
2228Prospects, Education Dean, 1941-1944
2229Prospects, Education Dean (E. Armstrong), 1943
2230Prospects, Education Dean (D.H. Cooke), 1943-1944
2231Prospects, Education Dean (S.B. Hall), 1941-1944
2232Prospects, Education Dean (H.A. Little), 1941-1943
2233Prospects, English, 1940
2234Prospects, Faculties Dean, 1946
2235Prospects, Forestry, 1939
2236Prospects, Home Economics, 1941-1946
2237-39Prospects, Liberal Arts Dean, 1939-1946
2240Prospects, Libraries Director, 1947-1949
2241Prospects, Library, 1939
2242Prospects, Men's Dean, 1947
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231Prospects, Pharmacy Dean, 1946-1947
232Prospects, Physical Education Dean, 1945-1946
233Prospects, Political Science, 1939
234Prospects, Religion, 1945-1946
235Prospects, Social Work, 1945
236-7Prospects, Sociology, 1939
238Prospects, Students' Dean, 1940
239Prospects, Veterans' Guidance, 1945
2310Prospects, Women's' Dean, 1939-1947
2311Prunty, Merle C., 1945
2312Psychology, Dept. of, 1939-1948
2313Pr-Pt, 1937-1942
2314-15Public Administration, 1942-1944
2316Public Health Nursing Program (Proposed), 1945-1946
2317-18Public Relations, 1932-1946
2319Public Work Reserve, 1942
2320-21Publicity, 1943-1945
2322Purchases, Supervisor of, 1943-1945
2323Purchasing Agent, 1932-1939
2324Pu-Pz, 1937-1944
2325Questionnaires-Requests from other schools, 1941-1945
2326Q, 1940
2327Radio Station (U. of Ga.), 1945-1949
2328Randall, William M., 1947-1948
2329Ra-Rd, 1937-1941
2330Recommendations, 1941-1947
2331Red and Black, 1941-1948
2332Regional Council for Education, 1948
2333Registrar's Office, 1933-1940
2334Registrar's Office (T.W. Reed), 1941-1948
2335Registrar's Office, 1946-1949
2336Registrar's Report to Regents, 1936-1939
2337Religion, Dept. of, 1946-1947
2338Religion in Life Week, 1941-1946
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241-2Requisitions, 1941-1945
243-4Research, 1942-1947
245Research, Agricultural, 1946
246Research Organizations, 1945-1946
247-8Research, Poultry Husbandry, 1946-1948
249Research, Southern Regional Poultry Lab, 1946-1947
2410Retirement, II, 1945-1948
2411Retirement Plan, 1941-1948
2412Reynolds, Lee J., 1941-1945
2413-14Re-Rh, 1938-1947
2415Rings, Senior, 1929-1940
2416Ritchie, Horace B., 1942-1946
2417Ri-Rn, 1939-1945
2418Roads, 1945
2419Robert, L.W. Jr., 1945
2420Roa-Rof, 1936-1945
2421Romance Language Dept., 1939-1947
2422Rosenwald Fund (Julius), 1937-1945
2423Rog-Rt, 1935-1945
2424Rural Youth Conference, 1942-1943
2425Ru-Rz, 1937-1947
2426Salaries, 1936-1937
2427Salary Schedules, 1937-1946
2428Saye, Albert B., 1941-1947
2429Sa-Sb, 1937-1946
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251Schedule, 1944-1945
252Scholarships, 1945-1946
253Scholarships, Competitive Exam, 1941-1942
254Scholarships, Dannenberg, Walter
255Scholarships, First Honor, 1941-1948
256Scholarships, Milledge, 1948
257Scholarships, Rotary, 1946-1948
258Scholarships, Student Activities, 1947-1949
259Sca-Sch, 1937-1949
2510Science Club, 1942-1946
2511Scott, Alfred W., 1933-1939
2512Scrapbook Contest, 1942-1944
2513Sci-Sd, 1936-1948
2514Secrest, E.L., 1943-1944
2515Sell, E.S., 1947-1948
2516Semester System ., 1937
2517Senior Invitations, 1949
2518Se-Sg, 1936-1946
2519Shackelford, Thomas J., 1942-1946
2520Sha-Shh, 1937-1943
2521Shinn, Henry A., 1943-1947
2522Short Courses, 1941-1946
2523Shi-Shz, 1938-1948
2524Sigma Xi, 1936-1948
2525Si-Smh, 1936-1946
2526Smith, Dean Leon P., 1946-1948
2527Smith, Marion, 1942
2528Smi-Smz, 1937-1946
2529Social Sciences Division, 1937-1945
2530Social Sciences Survey Courses, 1938-1940
2531-33Social Work 101, 1933-1938
2534-36Social Work, Dept. of, 1938-1948
2537Sociology, Dept. of, 1941-1947
2538Sororities, General, 1937-1940
2539Southeastern Air Service, 1944-1945
2540Southeastern Aviation Education Committee, 1941-1942
2541Southeastern Conference, 1941-1942
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261-4Southeastern Conference, 1943-1948
265Southeastern Conference Eligibility Rule, 1945-1946
266-7Southeastern Conference Minutes, 1941-1948
268-13Southern Assoc. of College and Secondary Schools, 1932-1948
2614Southern Assoc. (Investigating Committee), 1941
2615Southern Assoc. (Postwar Plans Committee), 1944-1947
2616Southern Assoc. (State Postwar Plans), 1944
2617Southern Education Film Production Service, 1945-1946
2618Southern Film Production Service, 1946-1947
2619Southern Research Institute, 1945-1947
2620Southern Review
2621Southern States Art League, 1941
2622-23Southern University Conference, 1937-1946
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271Southern University Conference, 1947
272SUC (Extension Service Survey), 1938
273-4SUC (Negro Education Committee), 1939-1942
275-6Sn-So, 1936-1948
277Speaking Engagements, 1942-1943
278Special Reports, 1941
279Sports, Intramural, 1942
2710Sp-Ss, 1939-1941
2711Stallings, Edith L., 1947-1948
2712State Defense, 1938
2713Statistics, 1939-1944
2714Statutes, Interpretation, 1940-1943
2715Statutes, Other Schools, 1929-1941
2716Statutes, University, 1945-1948
2717Stephens, R.P., 1944-1946
2718Sta-Sth, 1941-1948
2719Strozier, R.M., 1942-1945
2720Student Activities, 1937-1945
2721Student Activities, Director of, 1942
2722Student Activities Fund, 1937-1941
2723Student Affairs, Director of, 1947-1948
2724Student Aid, 1942-1943
2725Student Council, 1934
2726Student Health Service, 1939-1941
2727Student and Industry Conference, 1945
2728-29Students, Dean of, 1941-1947
2730Sti-Stz, 1936-1945
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281Summer Institutes, 1947
282Summer School, n.d.
283Summerford, W.T., 1933-1945
284Supervisory Program, 1943-1945
285Surplus Property, 1945
286-7Survey Courses, 1935-1946
288Survey, University System, n.d.
289Survey, University System (Comm. Report), 1932
2810Survey, University System, 1940-1942
2811Sutton, Glenn W., 1942-1946
2812Su-Sz, 1936-1945
2813Tate, William, 1947-1948
2814-15Teaching Load, 1943-1947
2816Tennessee Valley Authority, 1939-1941
2817Testing and Guidance Center Plans, 1947
2818Texas, University of, 1945
2819-20Ta-Tg, 1936-1948
2821Thaxton, Ralph, 1942-1948
2822Thomas, Stephen, 1940
2823Thompson, C. Mildred, 1947-1948
2823Th-Tq, 1937-1948
2824Treasurer, 1938-1939
2825Trust Funds, 1936-1939
2826Trust Funds-Frances Clementine Tucker, 1936-1941
2827Trust Funds-Louis Wellhouse, 1934-1939
2828Tulane University, 1940
2829Tulane University (Rufus C. Harris), 1942-1945
2830Turner, C.D., 1933-1937
2831Tr-Tz, 1937-1947
2832U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1941-1947
2833-34U.S. Department of Education, 1936-1948
2835U.S. Government (various offices), 1941-1947
2836U.S.O. Campaign, 1946-1947
2837United War Fund, 1945-1947
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291-5University Center, 1938-1948
296-7University Center (Adv. Faculty Coun.), 1939-1948
298-11University Center Reports, 1938-1940
2911University Center-Research Committee, 1941-1948
2912Univ. of Georgia-Annual Trust Fund Report, 1938
2913Univ. of Georgia-Atlanta Division, 1947-1948
2914Univ. of Georgia-Band (J. Harris Mitchell), 1947-1948
2915-17Univ. of Georgia-Financial Reports, 1937
2918Univ. of Georgia-Foundation, 1937-1941
2920Univ. of Georgia-Press (Inc.), 1934-1938
2921-24Univ. of Georgia Press, 1934-1939
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301Univ. of Georgia Press, 1947-1948
302Univ. of Georgia Press-Charlot Book, 1944-1945
303Univ. of Georgia Press-Financial Statements, 1941-1945
304Univ. of Georgia-Representatives, 1940-1945
305-6Univ. of Georgia-Savannah Division, 1946-1948
307Univ. of Georgia-Savannah Div. (Dir.), 1946-1948
308Univ. of Georgia-Savannah Div. (faculty), 1947-1948
309Univ. of Georgia-Savannah Div. (A. Gray), 1948
3010Univ. of Georgia-Savannah Div. (Students), 1948
3011Univ. of Georgia-Savannah Div. (Sutton trans), 1948
3012Univ. of Georgia-Summer School, 1947
3013Univ. System of Ga. Exec. Council (see Regent), 1947-1948
3014U, 1937-1948
3015Vance, Carolyn, 1939-1947
3016Veterans Administration, 1946-1948
3017Veterans Affairs, 1944-1948
3018Veterans' Fees, 1945-1948
3019Veterans Guidance Center, 1945-1948
3020Veterans Housing-Temporary, 1945-1948
3021Veterans-Public Relations Committee, n.d.
3022Veterinary Medicine-Dean, 1945-1947
3023Veterinary Medicine-Proposed School of, 1946-1947
3024Vocational Education, 1942
3025Vocational Rehabilitation, 1945
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3126-27Voluntary Religious Organizations, 1937-1948
3128Volunteer War Services Council, Georgia, 1945-1946
3129V, 1938-1941
3130Wade, John D., 1944-1946
3131Wainwright, Gen.-Visit to Campus, 1947
3132Waite, Mrs. Marjorie Peabody, 1942
3133Waa-Wal, 1935-1940
3134-38War Labor Board, 1943-1945
3139War Labor Board-Chairman's Reports, 1943-1945
3140War Labor Board-Cotton Textile Mfg. Ind., 1942-1945
3141War Labor Board-Disputes Division, 1942-1944
3142War Labor Board-Expense Accounts, 1943-1945
3143War Labor Board-Furniture Panel, 1942-1943
3144War Labor Board-Ga. Power Co., 1943
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321-2War Labor Board-Minutes, 1943-1944
323War Labor Board-Motor Transport & IAM, 1943-1945
324War Labor Board-Public Information, 1944-1945
325War Labor Board-Regs. and Policies 1, 1943-1945
326War Labor Board-Regs. and Policies 2, 1943-1945
327War Labor Board-Steel Industries, 1943-1945
328War Manpower Commission, 1942-1943
329War Services Program, 1942-1943
3210Wam-Wd, 1937-1943
3211Webb, Lee W. Jr., 1941
3212Weddell, D.J., 1946
3213-14Weisiger, Kendall, 1937-1943
3215Wesleyan College, 1942-1947
3216West Georgia College, 1944
3217We-Wg, 1936-1947
3218Wheeler, J.T., 1941
3219Whitehall Property, 1937
3220Whitehead, T.H., 1938-1941
3221Wh, 1937-1942
3222Wia-Wk, 1934-1942
3223Wilkins Memorial Fund, 1941-1942
3224Williams, B.O., 1940-1947
3225Williams, Kenneth, 1942-1946
3226Wilson, Mrs. Pauline (Home Economics), 1946
3227Wilson, R.C., 1943-1945
3228Wil, 1938-1946
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331Winemiller, 1940
332Winter, W.J. Jr., 1939-1943
333Wim-Win, 1936-1945
334Women, Dean of, 1948
335Woodruff, George C., 1940-1947
336Worcester, Dr. Dean, 1945
337Works Project Administration, 1934-1939
338WPA-Reports, 1939
339-10WPA-Georgia Writers Project, 1940-1942
3311WPA-Recreation Division, 1937-1938
3312Works Service Project, 1940-1942
3313Wright, W.C., 1942-1945
3314Wrighton, W.H., 1941-1947
3315Wyoming, University of, 1941
3316Wo-Wz, 1939-1949
3317Yenawine, Wayne S., 1943-1944
3318Young, Florene M., 1943-1944
3319Young, Wade P., 1941-1943
3320Young Men's Christian Association, 1934-1942
3321X-Y, 1937-1948
3322Z, 1937-1947
 

2. Board of Regents

This series documents interactions between Caldwell as University President and the state Board of Regents. It is worth noting that Caldwell's later career with the Board is documented in the H.W. Caldwell collection (MS 2909), which can be found in the Manuscripts section of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library (q.v.).
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331Accounting Requirements, 1940
332Allocations and Fees, 1940-1946
333Beaver, Sandy, 1933-1948
334Bell, Miller S., 1937-1941
335Bennett, John W. Sr., 1937-1939
336Braswell, Earl, 1940
337Brock, Pope, 1944-1948
338Brown, Harry L., Vice Chancellor, 1947-1948
339Building Needs of University of Georgia, 1946-1948
3310Building Program, Auditorium-Ga 1398-F, 1939-1941
3311Building Program, Barracks, 1942
3312Building Program, Classroom-Ga 1116-2-DS, 1937-1938
3313Building Program, Dairy Barn-Ga 1630-F, 1939
3314Building Program, Dining Hall-Ga 1808-F, 1939-1940
3315Building Program, Dormitory-Ga 1804-F, 1940-1941
3316Building Program, Dormitory-Ga 1805-F, 1939-1940
3317Building Program, Forestry-Ga 1355-F, 1940-1941
3318Building Program, Ga 1116-D, 1937
3319Building Program, Ga 1116-R, 1936
3320-21Building Program, General, 1937-1948
3322Building Program, girl's Dorm-Ga 1354-F, 1939-1940
3323Building Program, Home Econ.-Ga 1807-F, 1939-1940
3324Building Program, Hospital, 1942
3325Building Program, Lab School-Ga 1410-DS, 1939
3326Building Program, Milledge Hall-Ga 1353-F, 1939-1941
3327Building Program, New/Moore Col.-Ga 1631-F, 1939-1940
3328Building Program, NTS, 1942-1943
3329Caldwell, Horace, 1940
3330Callaway, Cason J., 1933-1941
3331College of Indus. Forest Products Proposed, 1948
3332-33Comparative Data, 1934-1948
3334Constitution and By-Laws, 1943-1944
3335Cummings, John J., 1941-1942
3336DeRenne Library, 1938-1947
3337Dixon, J.C., 1940-1941
3338Edens, A. Hollis, Vice Chancellor, 1947
3339Ellis, Rutherford L., 1944-1947
3340Emmett, Roy, 1945
3341Executive Council, 1940-1948
3342Executive Council (Inactive), 1936-1940
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341Forward Georgia Radio Program, 1940-1946
342Gardner, J.D., 1938-1939
343General (Regents), 1939-1945
344Gholston, J. Knox, 1937-1940
345Gilbert, S. Price, 1944-1948
346Goodrich, Lucien P., 1941
347Hains, George, 1937-1940
348Harvey, R.D., 1943
349Healy, H.T. (Director of the Budget), 1946-1948
3410Housing Director, 1947
3411Howell, Clark, 1934-1940
3412Hunter, Ormonde, 1941
3413Jenkins, Joe I., 1941
3414Junior College Movement, 1940
3415Kennedy, John G., 1937-1941
3416Lance, T. Jack, 1937-1939
3417List (Regents), 1947-1949
3418Milan, C.M., 1936
3419-23Minutes, 1932-1939
3424-28Minutes and Meetings, 1939-1948
3429Minutes: Savannah Division Committee, 1948
3430Monahan, John, 1935
3431Moore, Susie T., 1941
3432Morris, William S., 1942-1948
3433Nix, Abit, 1937-1939
3434-35Noyes, W. Wilson, 1934-1949
3436Patty, R.R. Chancellor, 1947-1948
3437Post War Committee, 1944
3438Press Association, n.d.
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351Property-Purchase and Lease, 1941-1945
352Property-Whitehall, 1936-1942
353Proposed Revised Contract, 1946
354P.W.A.-Legal Material, Agent's File, 1933-1938
355P.W.A. (inactive), 1933-1938
356-7Recommendations-General, 1940-1949
358Regents Professorships, 1948
359Regents Questionnaires, 1935-1946
3510Regents Revenue Certificate Bill, 1946
3511Regents-Reorganization, Univ. System, 1933-1944
3512Regents-Reorganization, 1942
3513Regents-State Dept. of Pub. Health (Convey.), 1946
3514Robert, L.W. Jr., 1938-1939
3515Sanford Biography (John Drewry), 1947
3516-27Siebert, L.R., 1934-1949
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361Smith, C.J., 1946-1947
362-3Smith, Marion, 1937-1948
364Snelling, C.M., 1932-1933
365-6Special Letters and Reports, 1940-1945
367Strickland, Julian Jr., 1941
368Supervision, Policies on, 1945
369Treasurer, 1932-1934
3610Varn, K.S., 1941
3611Ward, Judson C., 1948
3612Woodruff, George, 1940
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391-3Annual Report From the Regents of the University System of Georgia, 1940-1944
 

3. Wartime Administrative



Civilian Defense Materials

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361Civilian Morale Committee, 1942
362Committees, 1941-1942
363ESM Defense Training Organization, 1941-1942
364General (Civilian Defense), 1942
365Nutrition Committee, 1940-1945
366N.Y.A. Cooperative Project, 1941



Selective Service

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367Board of Appeals No. 3, 1941-1946
368Deferment Policies, 1941-1942
369Georgia Reports, 1941
3610Georgia State Headquarters, 1942-1945
3611Georgia State Headquarters Circular Letter, 1940-1946
3612Manual, 1941-1946
3613Rules and Regulations, 1940-1941



U.S. Armed Forces Materials

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3614Army, 1942-1944
3615Dedication Exercises, 1942
3616Marine Corps, 1942-1943
3617Navy (Coast Guard), 1942-1944
3618Navy Pre-Flight School, 1944-1945
3619Navy V-1 Program, 1942
3620Navy V-12 Program, 1943-1944
3621-22Signal Corps, 1942-1943



War Program Materials

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371Education and the War, 1942-1945
372General, 1941-1944
373High School Seniors, 1943
374National Defense-General, 1940-1945
375Other Schools, 1941-1945
376Service Opportunities for College Students, 1942
377Special Report to Chancellor, 1942-1943
378University, 1942-1943
379University Student Petitions, 1942-1944
3710War Regulations and Restrictions, 1942-1943



Army Specialized Training Corps

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3711Army Special Training Program, 1943-1946
3712Army Special Training Program No. 2, 1942-1943
3713Army Special Training Program No. 3, 1943-1944
3714University Facilities, 1942-1943



Navy Training School

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3715Admission of Students, 1942
3716Agreements and Contracts, 1942-1943
3717Applications for Positions, 1942-1944
3718Applications for University Positions, 1942
3719Commanding Officer, 1942-1943
3720Dahlgren Hall, 1945
3721Financial Statements, 1944-1945
3722Harrigan, Lt. Com. D. Ward, 1942
3723Miscellaneous, 1942-1948
3724Physical Training (Chemical Warfare), 1942
3725Report on Exam Results ÑV-5 Navy Cadet, 1944



Personnel Records

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3726Savannah Unit, (Alpha by employee last name), 1946-1948
 

4. UGA Personnel

This is an alpha-ordered set of University personnel files for the indicated years (it is not comprehensive).
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38University of Georgia, A-Z , 1937-1950