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Guide to Papers of Washington Square Counselor to Women Students, Dorothea Berger
1952-1966
 RG 19.4

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Creator: New York University. Dean of Washington Square and University College.
Title: The Dorothea Berger Papers
Dates: 1952-1966
Abstract: Dorothea Berger was born in 1907 and educated in Germany. She came to Washington Square College in 1949 as an instructor in the German Language Department. By 1962, she had become Assistant to the Dean of Students as well as Counselor for Women Students. She was made a full professor in 1966 and became emeritus in 1973. These papers are collection of administrative correspondence collected while in the Dean's administration and reveal various aspects of women student activities and life in the 1950's and 1960's.
Quantity: 1.5 linear feet 2 boxes
Call Phrase: RG 19.4