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Guide to the Office of Vice President for University Relations Records
1957-1962
 RG 7.2.1

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Collection processed by Processed by Robert McDermott in Spring 1985 and reprocessed by Louise W. Demakis in Fall 1986.

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Creator: New York University. Office of the Vice President for University Relations.
Title: Records of the Office of Vice President for University Relations
Dates [inclusive]: 1957-1962
Abstract: The Office of the Vice President for University Relations was created in 1957 in response to the New York University Self-Study which recognized a need for coordination between the university and the community which it served. The Public Relations Department which oversaw the Office of Publication and Printing and Information Services was administratively transferred to the Vice President for University Relations when the new office was established. Arthur L. Brandon held the Office of Vice President for University Relations from 1957 through December 31, 1963. Arthur Leon Brandon had been Director of University Relations, a member of the public relations commission of the Association of American Colleges, and president of the American College Public Relations Association (ACPRA) from 1944 to 1946. The Office of the Vice President for University Relations was dissolved in 1965. These records include: correspondence, memoranda, press releases, reports, and minutes generated by the Office during Brandon's tenure.
Quantity: 4.0 linear feet 4 linear feet (9 boxes)
Call Phrase: RG 7.2.1