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Guide to the Administrative Papers of the Chancellor Harry Woodburn Chase
1933-1951
 RG.3.0.5

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Collection processed by Phyllis A. Klein, 1978. Finding aid amended by Nancy Greenberg, 2007.

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Finding aid written in English

Descriptive Summary

Title: Records of the Office of the President (Harry Woodburn Chase)
Dates [inclusive]: 1933-1951
Abstract: Harry Woodburn Chase was Chancellor at New York University from 1933-1951. Prior he had been with the University of North Carolina and the University of Illinois. Chase was a firm believer in the value of general education, the important role of education in safeguarding democracy, freedom of expression, academic freedom, racial and religious tolerance, awareness of international affairs, and Negro education. He was involved in numerous organizations, namely: the Lotos Club, Trinity Church, the American Committee for Christian German Refugees, the Metropolitan Opera Association, the Federal Committee on the Older Worker, the New York State Committee for the Retail Trade Minimum Wage Board, and Memorial Hospital. These papers contain speeches, correspondence, and ephemera from the period of his Chancellorship. Much of the material deals with University life during World War II.
Quantity: 23 Linear Feet in 85 boxes
Call Phrase: RG.3.0.5

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Historical/Biographical Note

Harry Woodburn Chase’s life is most notable for the more than thirty years he spent at the helm of academic institutions; the University of North Carolina (UNC) 1919 – 1930, the University of Illinois (UI) 1930 – 1933, and New York University (NYU) 1933 – 1951. UNC and UI, both publicly funded, state institutions readying for growth and reorganization after the pressures of World War I, provided the terrain where President Chase honed his diplomatic and administrative skills on legislators and taxpayers in addition to faculty and students.

Called in 1933 to privately organized and funded NYU as Chancellor (the university’s then-title for head of the institution) Chase arrived in New York at a time of turmoil in the world. His era at NYU was to be defined successively by world-wide depression and the political and social instability it generated, next by epic world war and post-war readjustment as Europe emerged from its takeover by Nazi Germany and the colonial structure in much of Asia and Africa began to collapse, closing with a period of renewed international tensions and the outbreak of the Korean War.

At NYU, Chase succeeded Elmer Ellsworth Brown (1911 – 1933). In his inaugural address to the faculty in October 1933 he declared that “the campus is no longer a cloister, nor is the university any more a retreat from the world. It is in the world and of the world…(It) must draw upon the past for its illumination, but (it) must do this as a means to the understanding of life today.” In furtherance of this thought, Chase in 1934 established the Division of Continuing Education and the Center for Research and Graduate Education and in 1938 the School of Public Service, making concrete his beliefs in and about education in addressing the University’s need to maintain enrollment in those depression years. Within this same time period he presented his thinking in a wider context when, in a speech delivered in 1934 at Madison Square Garden under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress titled Civilization against Hitlerism, he opened his remarks as follows: “The offenses of the Hitler regime against education during these last twelve months involves not only racial persecution, they involved a wholesale attack upon that freedom of the human intellect which is an essential condition of the progress of civilization…”

During World War I, Chancellor Brown had, in an effort to keep NYU financially solvent, introduced military training. Upon the country’s entry into World War II in 1941 NYU again opened its doors to governmental defense activities. Enrollment of first and second year students at the University Heights campus was limited to make space for military trainees needing to enroll in engineering courses. Two programs in particular were established, a Navy College Training Program ((V-12) and an Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP). A similar program was established at the Colleges of Medicine and of Dentistry. Faculty members with knowledge of appropriate subject matter were transferred to the College of Engineering’s federally supported Engineering, Science and Management War Training Division. The impact of these programs was that the Heights campus was largely militarized while liberal arts education and language training for Army officers were offered at Washington Square, where enrollment was almost 50% women. Collaboration between the military and the university was not always easy but the programs were effective.

Chase’s ongoing extramural activities on behalf of higher education matters brought great visibility to NYU. His participation on the national scene as a player in higher education/national defense affairs in the pre-war (1940 – 1941) and ensuing war years, “representing colleges and universities at large” was integral to the national effort to raise and train an army of millions of young men. In NYU Vice Chancellor Harold O. Voorhees’ words “…he had much to do with the mobilization of educational resources of the nation toward the successful prosecution of the war…spend(ing) no little time in Washington on the Joint Army and Navy Committee on Welfare and Education and the Committee on the Relationship of Higher Education to the Federal Government.” Associated with him in these efforts was Dr. Francis J. Brown, Professor, New York University School of Education, on leave 1940 – 1945, employed in Washington as consultant to the American Council on Education (ACE) and acting as liaison between ACE and various federal agencies in connection with the National Defense Program.

Along with the foregoing, Chase shared his problem-solving and negotiating skills with a cross-section of New York City’s civic and cultural foundations and institutions. With some, he served over significant time periods, in particular as board member of the Metropolitan Opera Association (1940 – 1950) and Memorial Hospital (1945 – 1949), and as President of the Lotos Club (1936 – 1946). In these instances, which covered periods of major organizational change, he provided informed advice and counsel to committees charged with accomplishing desired changes. At least in part, these assignments involved real estate matters – a new opera house, a new hospital, a new club home - seemingly a specialty of his.

Following the war years NYU attracted the largest contingent of returning veterans in the nation, pushing enrollment back up to pre-War levels and beyond. In his Chancellor’s Report for 1945 – 1946 Chase commented that “an empty seat in a classroom has become a rarity, an empty classroom a mirage.” The schools of Arts and Science, Engineering, and Law grew dramatically, the many libraries were brought under a single head, and both the budgeting and admissions processes were reorganized.

Harry Woodburn Chase died in the fourth year of his retirement, April 20, 1955. In a subsequently published (by the UNC Press), appreciation of Chase’s professional accomplishments, former UNC colleague Louis R. Wilson noted that during his tenure at UNC and at NYU each university was admitted to membership in the Association of American Universities (AAU), the organization representing North America’s premier research universities, in 1922 and 1949 respectively. His legacy as education statesman endures.

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Scope and Content Note

The Harry Woodburn Chase Papers contain 23 linear feet and 7 inches of materials from the period of his Chancellorship at New York University (1933-1951). With a very few exceptions, materials from his early years and his administrations at the University of North Carolina and the University of Illinois are not included.

The Papers are divided into four sections: Memberships, Public Addresses and Articles, Statements, and General Correspondence. They consist of correspondence, memoranda, handwritten and printed drafts of speeches and statements, reports, studies, surveys, minutes, promotional literature for non-New York University organizations, invitations, budgets, clippings, photographs,. architectural sketches, and a partial bibliography. The Membership files, arranged alphabetically, document the public role of the university Chancellor and contain requests for sponsorship of or membership in a vast array of social, political, literary, civic, cultural, reform, peace, and war-related organizations, some municipal and others of national scope. Chase lent his name to most non-political sponsorships but was an active participant in only a few, usually as a Trustee or Member of the Board specializing in financial and fund-raising matters. The largest files are those of the Lotos Club, Trinity Church, the American Committee for Christian German Refugees, the Metropolitan Opera Association, and Memorial Hospital. His service as committee Chairman of a federal Committee on the Older Worker in 1938 and a state Committee for the Retail Trade Minimum Wage Board in 1945 was primarily supervisory.

Public Addresses and Articles, filed chronologically, include many handwritten drafts. Delivered before various academic audiences and sometimes radio broadcast, they shed light on his belief in the value of general education, the important role of education in safeguarding democracy, freedom of expression, academic freedom, racial and religious tolerance, adult education, awareness of international affairs, and Negro education.

Statements, arranged chronologically, give further insight into Chase's views. Mainly his replies to inquiries about his policies or N.Y.U. events or incidents, they also include Letters to the Editor (one unpublished) and an interview with the Herald Tribune in 1934.

The General Correspondence, comprising two-thirds of the Papers, is arranged alphabetically by subject and name. It reveals the range of the Chancellor's policies and activities and the development of N Y U in the 1930's and 1940's. The bulk deals with the N.Y.U. Council (finances, policy, and planning); surveys of the university; deans and matters relating to the various schools, divisions, and Institutes; the affiliation with Hofstra (1934-39); the selection of 3 new deans; athletics; the Law and Medical Centers; and other university financial, real estate, and public relations affairs. There is substantial material on the ROTC (1934-43). Several files relate to radio programs and the use of radio for promotion of education. Chase's correspondence and memoranda to Provost Rufus Smith and Assistant Chancellor Harold O. Voorhis and a number of faculty members, while few in number, are the best examples of his unpublished views about N.Y.U. A small number of files document N.Y U 's participation in Depression relief agencies.

Arrangement

The files are grouped into 4 series: I. World War II; II. Administrative Correspondence; III. Memberships; IV. Adresses and and Published Writings.

All series are arranged alphabetically, with the exception of the final series entitled, "Addresses and Published Writings," which is arranged chronologically.

Series I: World War II

Series II: Administrative Correspondence

Series III: Memberships

Series IV: Addresses and Publications

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Voorhis, Harold O.
  • Chase, Harry Woodburn, 1883-1955
  • Smith, Rufus D. (Rufus Daniel), 1884-1953
  • Brown, Marshall Stewart, 1870-1948

Document Type

  • Pamphlets.
  • Architectural drawings (visual works)
  • Minutes.
  • Financial records
  • Invitations.
  • Memorandums.
  • Correspondence.
  • Photographs

Subject Organizations

  • New York University. School of Public Service
  • Washington Square College of Arts and Science
  • Trinity Church (New York, N.Y.)
  • New York University. School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance
  • New York University. School of Applied Science
  • New York University. School of Education
  • Army Specialized Training Program (U.S.)
  • American Committee for Christian Refugees, Inc
  • New York University. Finance Office
  • Lotos Club (New York, N.Y.)
  • New York University. School of Continuing Education
  • New York University. College of Medicine
  • New York University. School of Engineering and Science
  • New York University. Faculty of Arts and Science
  • New York University. Council
  • New York University. Graduate School of Arts and Science
  • New York University. School of Medicine
  • Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.)
  • Navy V-12 Program (U.S.)
  • New York University. Endowments
  • New York University |x Presidents

Subject Topics

  • Scholarships.
  • Public relations.
  • World War, 1939-1945.
  • Universities and Colleges -- Professional education.
  • College administrators -- Selection and appointment
  • Universities and Colleges -- Administration
  • Universities and Colleges -- Finance.
  • Universities and Colleges -- Curricula.

Subject Places

  • New York (N.Y.)

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

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Container List

Series I: World War II

American Council on Education (A.C.E.)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Folder : 1-3 Committee on Relationship of Higher Education to Federal Government
1942-1946
Box: 1 Folder : 4-5 Committee on Relationship of Higher Education to Federal Government
1943-1946
Box: 1 Folder : 6 Questionnaire concerning the Selective Service and Faculty
undated
Box: 1 Folder : 7 Special Committee on Selective Service
undated
Box: 1 Folder : 8-9 Subcommittee on Military Affairs
undated
Box: 1 Folder : 10 Survey of Professional Manpower
undated
Box: 2 Folder : 1-4 Miscellaneous
1940-1946
Box: 2 Folder : 5-7 Printed Matter
undated

Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 3 Folder : 1-4 Miscellaneous
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 5 Questionnaire
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 6 Specialized Training Reserve Corps
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 7 Report
November, 1943
Box: 3 Folder : 8 Printed Matter
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 9 Correspondence with Captain J.S. Davis
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 10 Correspondence with Major C.O. Buckland
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 11 General Correspondence
undated
Box: 4 Folder : 1 Navy College Training Program
undated
Box: 4 Folder : 2 Accelerated Program
undated
Box: 4 Folder : 3 ASTP Letters to Parents of Students in Program
undated
Box: 4 Folder : 4-5 Joint Army-Navy Committee on Welfare and Recreation - Subcommittee on Education
undated
Box: 4 Folder : 6 Army Education Institute
undated
Box: 4 Folder : 7-8 Army Institute Printed Matter and Instruction Leaflets
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 1 Air Raid Defense Procedures
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 2 Office of Civilian Defense
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 3 Committee on College
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 4 Committee on Financial Grants and Contracts for Research and Instruction
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 5 University Committee on Defense, Regional Civilian Protection School
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 6 Council of Defense
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 7 Meeting of University Officers and Defense Committee
May, 1942
Box: 5 Folder : 8 Plans for V-Day
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 9-11 University Committee on Defense
undated

The United States Office of Education (USOE)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 6 Folder : 1-3 Miscellaneous
1940-1946
Box: 6 Folder : 4 Wartime Commission
undated

Employees (including Faculty)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 6 Folder : 5 Participation in War Effort
undated
Box: 6 Folder : 6 Deferments, Requests for Such, etc.
undated
Box: 6 Folder : 7 Committee for National Defense
undated

College of Engineering

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 6 Folder : 8-9 Engineering, Science and Management Defense Training Program Miscellaneous
1941-1951
Box: 6 Folder : 10-11 Correspondence
1940-1945
Box: 7 Folder : 1-2 Miscellaneous
undated

Faculty

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 7 Folder : 3-6 Deferments and Requests for Such
1942-1946
Box: 7 Folder : 7 Leaves and Military Assignments
undated
Box: 7 Folder : 8 Correspondence concerning the Release from Service and Denudation of Faculty
1945-1946
Box: 7 Folder : 9 Questionnaire about the Military Service
1946
Box: 8 Folder : 1 Leaves - Policy, List of Faculty Members on Leave
undated
Box: 8 Folder : 2 Deferment and National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel
undated
Box: 8 Folder : 3 Deferment and National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel
undated
Box: 8 Folder : 4-5 Faculty on Leave, Lists and Correspondence Concerning such
undated
Box: 8 Folder : 6 Enlisted Reserve Miscellaneous
undated

Financial Status of the University

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 8 Folder : 7 Suggestions for Improvement
undated
Box: 8 Folder : 8-11 Budget Matters Relating to Special Defense Courses
undated
Box: 9 Folder : 1-3 Miscellaneous Budget Matters
1943
Box: 9 Folder : 4-6 Miscellaneous Budget Matters
1943
Box: 9 Folder : 7-10 Payment Recommendations
1944

Government Military Departments

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 10 Folder : 1 Air Corps, Army Flying Cadets, Navy Air Corps
undated
Box: 10 Folder : 2 Marine Reserve Corps
undated
Box: 10 Folder : 3 Navy Reserve Corps
undated
Box: 10 Folder : 4-5 Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
1940-1947

Higher Education

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 10 Folder : 6 Study on Higher Education - Committee on Education and H.R. Res. #592
undated
Box: 10 Folder : 7-8 A.C.E. War Service Opportunities
undated

Program and Course Readjustment

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 10 Folder : 9 Civilian Pilot Training Program
undated
Box: 10 Folder : 10 Fee Adjustments
undated
Box: 10 Folder : 11 Budget Matters, Graduate School: Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD), Applied Math, etc.
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 1-2 Budget Matters, School of Education
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 3 Faculty Salaries, College of Medicine and Miscellaneous
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 4 Academic Credit for War Service, Chase Letter and Replies, etc.
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 5 Pre-Induction Program
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 6-7 Special Courses at NYU and Other Schools
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 8 Committee to Study Academic Credit for War Service
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 9-10 Occupied Area and Foreign Language Program, Plans - ASTP
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 1 Navy College Training Program
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 2 War Training Program, War Training Center
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 3 Army Exchange Service, School of Retailing Course
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 4 Wall Street Facilities, Use of for Defense Courses
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 5 Proposals for War-Related Programs and Activities
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 6 Program Changes Effected and Policies Adopted
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 7 A.C.E. Conference on Accreditation of Work Done Through United States Air Force Institute
undated

Defense Projects

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 12 Folder : 8 Defense Projects, List of
undated

Selective Service

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 12 Folder : 9-10 Selective Service, Miscellaneous
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 11 Draft Boards, Registration Boards, Deferments
undated
Box: 12 Folder : 12-14 Selective Service Correspondence and NYU Committee on Deferment of Students
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 1 Higher Education and the War Effort
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 2 Selective Service Bills, Regulations and Miscellany about Deferments
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 3-4 Students: Fee Arrangements, Conscription
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 5 Association of American Colleges
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 6 The Association of Colleges and Universities in the State of NY
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 7 Book Campaign for Servicemen
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 8 Francis J. Brown, A.C.E. Correspondence, Copies of letters to him
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 9 Chase Speech, Copies of,
Jan. 8, 1943
Box: 13 Folder : 10 Campus, Use of for College of Engineering Courses and Miscellany
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 11 Colonel Frederick W. Chamberlin (ASTP), Copies of letters to and from
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 12 Civilian Aeronautics Administration War Training Program and Army Takeover of
undated
Box: 13 Folder : 13 Clippings of Programs, Deaths, War News, Draft, etc.
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 1 University Council Members, Correspondence
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 2 Deans, Faculty and Administration and Government Correspondence with, Miscellaneous
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 3 Fire Department Emergency Auxiliary Corps, Student Cooperation in
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 4 First Aid Work and Related Activities
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 5-6 Inter-American Cooperation
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 7 Rudolf Kagey, Copies of letters, etc.
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 8 Law School Contributors
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 9-10 Miscellaneous Correspondence and Clippings about the Other Institutions
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 11 National Research Council - Research Projects, etc.
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 12 Personnel
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 13 Office of War Information - National Committee of Education Advisors
undated
Box: 14 Folder : 14-15 Office of Scientific Research and Development
1942-1946
Box: 15 Folder : 1-2 Public Health Nursing Program, School of Education
1943-1946
Box: 15 Folder : 3 Physical Preparedness
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 4 Committee on Priorities and Related Matters - Supplies
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 5 Scholarship Matters
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 6 Service Flag
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 7 Rufus D. Smith, Letters to and from
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 8 Statements of Chase, Letter to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Bulletin on NYU, etc.
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 9-10 Statements by Chancellor Chase
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 11 Student Activities Related to War, Committee on
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 12 Student Loans
undated
Box: 15 Folder : 13-15 Chase, Trips concerning the War Effort
undated
Box: 16 Folder : 1 University Calendar, Committee on
undated
Box: 16 Folder : 2 University Meeting concerning the University and National Defense
19-Dec-41
Box: 16 Folder : 5 WAACS and WAVES: Women and the War Effort
undated
Box: 16 Folder : 6 - 7 War Prisoners' Aid, Inc., National War Fund
undated
Box: 16 Folder : 8 - 12 Miscellaneous
undated
Box: 17 Folder : 1 Reports on Post-War Education,
1943-1946
Box: 17 Folder : 2 Surplus War Property Committee,
1944-1946
Box: 17 Folder : 3 Emergency Facilities for Veterans,
1946-1950
Box: 17 Folder : 4 Veterans' Administration (V.A.), Miscellaneous,
1944-1947
Box: 17 Folder : 5 Problems about the Relationship Between the V.A. and Educational Institutions,
1944-1947
Box: 17 Folder : 6 Preparation for Dewey Conference
undated
Box: 17 Folder : 7 N.Y.U. Meeting about the Enrollments and Housing
undated
Box: 17 Folder : 8 N.Y.U. Meeting about Enrollment,
Apr 16, 1946
Box: 17 Folder : 9 A.C.E. Commission on Accreditations Meeting,
Apr 1946
Box: 17 Folder : 10 University of the State of New York Rehabilitation Plans
undated
Box: 17 Folder : 11 State Board of Regents Technical Institute Plans,
1943-1948
Box: 17 Folder : 12 State Board of Regents Academic Credit Discussions,
1942-1944
Box: 17 Folder : 13 Congressional Bills concerning the Vets, Rehabilitation and Education,
1943-1946
Box: 17 Folder : 14 Correspondence, Criticism, and Discussion of Bills
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 1 Veterans' Guidance Center,
1945-1946
Box: 18 Folder : 2 Veterans' Manual,
1945
Box: 18 Folder : 3 General Materials Including Digest on Veterans,
1944
Box: 18 Folder : 4 Veterans' Education at University-Government Contracts
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 5 - 7 Veteran's Counselling Service,
1944-1946
Box: 18 Folder : 8 School of Commerce, Dr. Gregory Mason
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 9 Division of General Education, Professor Paul A. McGhee
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 10 School of Education, Professor Roland H. Spaulding
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 11 College of Engineering, Professor Mario C. Giannini
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 12 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service, Professor Emanual Stein
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 13 Graduate School of Business Administration, Dr. Coleman L. Maze
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 14 Graduate School of Arts and Science, Professor Lois McDonald
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 15 School of Law, Dean Arthur Vanderbilt
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 16 Libraries, Dean Joseph H. Park
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 17 University College, Professor John W. McConnell
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 18 Washington Square College, Professor Casper J. Kraemer
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 19 Washington Square College, Physics, Professor C. W. van der Merwe
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 20 - 21 University Committee on Rehabilitation and Education
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 22 Veterans' Collegiate Association
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 23 Veterans' Housing Project
undated
Box: 18 Folder : 24 - 25 Universal Military Training,
1944-1948
Box: 19 Folder : 1 Voorhis Memo, October, 1944 and Replies concerning the Scholarships for Veterans
undated
Box: 19 Folder : 2 Inquiries, Statements, Suggestions about the Rehabilitation and Post War Educational Plans,
1943-1945
Box: 19 Folder : 3 Miscellaneous Suggestions from Outside Sources and Plans of Other organizations,
1944-1945
Box: 19 Folder : 4 The State Veterans' Commission,
1944
Box: 19 Folder : 5 Miscellaneous Correspondence about Post-War Plans,
1943-1945
Box: 19 Folder : 6 - 7 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Congressional Bill, Publications, Press Releases, etc.
undated
Box: 19 Folder : 8 - 9 Miscellaneous Letters to Alumni and Families Concerning the Wounded and Prisoners,
1943-1946
Box: 20 Folder : 1 - 4 Letters of Condolence, Gold Star Provisions,
1942-1947
Box: 20 Folder : 5 - 10 Letters of Congratulations to the Promoted and Decorated,
1943-1946
Box: 21 Folder : 1 - 3 Miscellaneous Correspondence to and from Alumni; Alumni Bulletin
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 4 Christmas Cards Sent to Former Students and Replies
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 5 Lists of Promotions, Casualties, Citations, etc., from Alumni Office
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 6 Letter to Returning Servicemen of September,
1945
Box: 21 Folder : 7 Selective Service Memos, ROTC Memo
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 8 Copies of Letters and Memos to Deans, Faculty, and Students
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 9 Copies of Letters and Memos to Deans, Faculty, and Students
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 10 Copies of Letters and Memos to Alumni, Parents, Deans, etc.
undated
Box: 21 Folder : 11 - 13 Copies of Letters and Memos to Deans, Faculty, and Administration
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 1 Copies of Specimen Letters to Former Students and Graduates
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 2 Miscellaneous Material on National Defense Programs and Higher Education
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 3 Letters, Memos, Press Releases, ASTP, Navy, A.C.E., etc. Printed
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 4 - 5 Form Letters To Deans, Students
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 6 Form Letters and Memos about University Policies
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 7 ASTP Instruction Letter,
Feb 2, 1943
Box: 22 Folder : 8 - 9 Publications, Various, Received by N.Y.U.
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 1 - 4 Publications, Various, Received by N.Y.U., (continued)
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 5 - 6 Miscellaneous Printed Matter: ASTP, Navy, A.C.E., etc.
undated
Box: 24 Folder : 1 A.C.E. Bulletins,
1940-1943
Box: 24 Folder : 2 - 4 A.C.E. Bulletins, Duplicate Copies
May 1940, July 1945
Box: 24 Folder : 5 A.C.E. Bulletins and Minutes of Meeting
April 1943
Box: 24 Folder : 6 A.C.E. Bulletins,
1945-1949
Box: 25 Folder : 1 - 2 A.C.E. Bulletins with Emergency Supplements,
1945-1950

Subseries: Miscellaneous War - Related Correspondence

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 25 Folder : 3 Goodwill Gesture to Japan
1936
Box: 25 Folder : 4 Public Survey Re: Peace or War
1941

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Series II: Administrative Correspondence

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 25 Folder : 5 Citizens Committee for a Second Front
1942
Box: 25 Folder : 6 All-University Alumni Dinner,
Nov 1946
Box: 25 Folder : 7 American Student Union,
1937-1940
Box: 25 Folder : 8 Annual Reports: Correspondence,
1934-1950
Box: 25 Folder : 9 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1935
Box: 25 Folder : 10 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1936
Box: 25 Folder : 11 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1936-1937
Box: 25 Folder : 12 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1937-1938
Box: 25 Folder : 13 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1938-1939
Box: 25 Folder : 14 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1939-1940
Box: 25 Folder : 15 Architecture and Allied Arts,
1940-1941
Box: 25 Folder : 16 Architecture and Allied Arts: Discontinuance of Work at 1071 6th Avenue, Bryant Park Center,
1940-1941
Box: 26 Folder : 1 - 2 Architecture and Allied Arts: Discontinuance of work at 1071 6th Avenue, Bryant Park Center,
1940-1941
Box: 26 Folder : 3 Architecture and Allied Arts: Report of Faculty Committee on Future Development,
1940
Box: 26 Folder : 4 Architecture and Allied Arts: Terminal Course,
1941-1946
Box: 26 Folder : 5 Association of American Colleges,
1933-1943
Box: 26 Folder : 6 Association of Life Insurance Presidents,
1933
Box: 26 Folder : 7 Athletic Situation,
1933-1934
Box: 26 Folder : 8 Athletic Situation,
1935
Box: 26 Folder : 9 Athletics: J.V. Gilloon (Director of Athletics),
1950-1951
Box: 27 Folder : 1 Axworthy, H. Harold (Director, Bureau of Community Service and Research),
1937-1941
Box: 27 Folder : 2 Babcock, Earl B. (Director of European Center of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Professor of Romance Language and Literature Administrative Officer),
1933-1936
Box: 27 Folder : 3 Badger, Phillip 0. (Chairman, University Board of Athletic Control; President, N.C.A.A.),
1933-1936
Box: 27 Folder : 4 Baer, William B. (Dean, University College of and Science),
1941-1950
Box: 27 Folder : 5 Balliet, Thomas (former Dean of School of Education); Library for Teachers donated by Professor Paul Radosavljevich in memory of Balliet,
1942-1946
Box: 27 Folder : 6 Barney Building: Center for Industrial Arts,
1939-1940
Box: 27 Folder : 7 Berg, Albert A. (Surgeon),
Jun 1943
Box: 27 Folder : 8 Biblotheca Belgica: Belgian literature collection,
1935-1939
Box: 27 Folder : 9 Blumenthal, George (Trustee and Chairman of Executive and Finance Committee),
1934-1941
Box: 27 Folder : 10 Board of Athletic Control,
1943-1944
Box: 27 Folder : 11 Board of Athletic Control,
1944-1945
Box: 27 Folder : 12 Board of Athletic Control,
1945-1946
Box: 27 Folder : 13 Board of Athletic Control,
1946-1947
Box: 27 Folder : 14 Board of Athletic Control,
1947-1948
Box: 27 Folder : 15 Board of Athletic Control,
1948-1949
Box: 27 Folder : 16 Board of Control of All-University Non-Athletic Student Activities,
1934-1941
Box: 28 Folder : 1 - 2 Board of Control of All-University Non-Athletic Student Activities,
1945-1948
Box: 28 Folder : 3 Board of Student Health,
1934-1937
Box: 28 Folder : 4 Booz, Allen, and Hamilton: Proposed Top Line Organization for
undated
Box: 28 Folder : New York University,
1950
Box: 28 Folder : 5 Bossange, Raymond (Dean, School of Architecture and Allied Arts),
1933-1941
Box: 28 Folder : 6 Bouton, Archibald L. (Dean, University College; Chairman, Department of English),
1933-1941
Box: 28 Folder : 7 Brisco, Morris A. (Dean, School of Retailing),
1943-1944
Box: 28 Folder : 8 Browder, Earl: Refused permission to speak at NYU,
1939-1941
Box: 28 Folder : 9 Elmer Ellsworth Brown House for English Study,
1935 , 1938
Box: 28 Folder : 10 Brown, Chancellor E. E.: Portrait,
1939-1941'
Box: 28 Folder : 11 Brown, Marshall S. (Dean of Faculties),
1933-1940'
Box: 28 Folder : 12 - 13 Brown, Marshall S.,
1934
Box: 28 Folder : 14 Brown, Marshall S.,
1934
Box: 28 Folder : 15 - 16 Brown, Marshall S.,
1934
Box: 29 Folder : 1 Brown, Marshall S.,
1934
Box: 29 Folder : 2 Brown, Marshall S.,
1934
Box: 29 Folder : 3 Budget Discussions,
1941-1942'
Box: 29 Folder : 4 Bureau of Employment,
1937-1942'
Box: 29 Folder : 5 Bureau of Employment,
1939
Box: 29 Folder : 6 Center for Human Relations Studies,
undated
Box: 29 Folder : 7 Chambers, Robert,
1938
Box: 29 Folder : A Unique Laboratory in the City - Laboratory of Cellular Physiology
undated
Box: 29 Folder : 8 Chapel Exercises, University Heights,
1934-1943
Box: 29 Folder : 9 Charter Revision, New York City Charter,
1934-1937
Box: 29 Folder : 10 Chancellor Chase, Convocation for,
Oct 2, 1933
Box: 29 Folder : 11 Chancellor Chase, Personal Correspondence,
1942-1950
Box: 29 Folder : 12 Chancellor Chase Portrait,
Jun 1948
Box: 29 Folder : 13 Chancellor Chase's Residence,
1939-1947
Box: 29 Folder : 14 Chancellor Chase's Retirement,
1950-1951
Box: 29 Folder : 15 Chancellor Chase's Vacation,
Jul 1934-Aug 1934
Box: 30 Folder : 1 - 2 Christian Association,
1933-1950
Box: 30 Folder : 3 Circular Letters, Miscellaneous,
1950
Box: 30 Folder : 4 Civil Aeronautics Authority,
1938 , 1939
Box: 30 Folder : 5 Clem, Orlie M. (Instructor in Education),
1937-1943
Box: 30 Folder : 6 College Teachers Union,
1941-1947
Box: 30 Folder : 7 - 8 Columbia Broadcasting System,
1937-1939
Box: 30 Folder : 9 - 10 Columbia Broadcasting System,
1938-1940
Box: 31 Folder : 1 - 2 Columbia Broadcasting System,
1938-1941
Box: 31 Folder : 3 Columbia Broadcasting System,
1941-1945
Box: 31 Folder : 4 Commencement,
Jun 8, 1933
Box: 31 Folder : 5 Commencement: Installation of H. W. Chase as Chancellor,
Jun 13, 1934
Box: 31 Folder : 6 Commencement: Installation of H. W. Chase as Chancellor,
Jun 13, 1934
Box: 31 Folder : 7 Commencement: Installation of H. W. Chase as Chancellor,
Jun 13, 1934
Box: 31 Folder : 8 Commencement: Installation of H.W. Chase as Chancellor,
Jun 13, 1934
Box: 31 Folder : 9 Commencement,
Jun 12, 1935
Box: 32 Folder : 1 Commencement,
Jun 10, 1936
Box: 32 Folder : 2 Commencement,
Jun 9, 1937
Box: 32 Folder : 3 Commencement, - First Doctor of Medicine
Jun 9, 1937
Box: 32 Folder : 4 Commencement,
Jun 8, 1938
Box: 32 Folder : 5 Commencement,
Jun 7, 1939
Box: 32 Folder : 6 Commencement,
Jun 5, 1940
Box: 32 Folder : 7 Commencement,
Jun 11, 1941
Box: 32 Folder : 8 Commencement,
Jun 10, 1942
Box: 33 Folder : 1 Commencement and Special Graduations,
1943
Box: 33 Folder : 2 Commencement and Special Graduations,
1943
Box: 33 Folder : 3 Commencement and Special Graduations,
1943
Box: 33 Folder : 4 Commencement Luncheon,
Jun 9, 1943
Box: 33 Folder : 5 Commencement Luncheon,
Jun 9, 1943
Box: 33 Folder : 6 Commencement Luncheon,
1934-1942
Box: 33 Folder : 7 Commerce, Accounts, and Finance, School of,
1936-1938
Box: 33 Folder : 8 Commerce, Accounts, and Finance, School of,
1940-1942 , 1944
Box: 33 Folder : 9 Commerce, Accounts, and Finance, School of,
1943-1946
Box: 33 Folder : 10 Commerce, Accounts, and Finance, School of,
1945-1947
Box: 34 Folder : 1 Commerce, Accounts, and Finance, School of,
1948-1950
Box: 34 Folder : 2 Commission on Financing Higher Education,
1950
Box: 34 Folder : 3 Committee on Allocation of Space at Washington Square,
1937-1946
Box: 34 Folder : 4 Committee on Examinations (Irregularities in Examinations),
Apr 15, 1935
Box: 34 Folder : 5 Committee on Insurance and Annuities,
1939-1950
Box: 34 Folder : 6 Committee on the Liberal Arts Colleges
1933-1934
Box: 34 Folder : 7 Committee on Machine Shop,
1941
Box: 34 Folder : 8 Committee on Management of Bookstore andUniversityPress,
1935
Box: 34 Folder : '1938-1941,
1945-1946
Box: 34 Folder : 9 Committee on Mathematics,
1942
Box: 34 Folder : 10 Committee on Tenure and Promotions,
1934-1937
Box: 34 Folder : 11 Committee on Tenure and Promotions,
1938-1939
Box: 35 Folder : 1 Committee on Tenure and Promotions,
1940-1947
Box: 35 Folder : 2 Committee on University Research in Relation to Federal Science Legislation,
1946-1947
Box: 35 Folder : 3 Committees, Circular Letters to,
1937-1943
Box: 35 Folder : 4 Comptroller and Assistant Treasurer (Leroy E. Kimball),
1941-1943
Box: 35 Folder : 5 Conference of Deans - Recommendation of Rufus D. Smith to the position of Provost,
1933-1934
Box: 35 Folder : 6 - 7 Council and Committees,
Dec 22, 1941-1945 , 1947-1948
Box: 35 Folder : 8 The Council of NYU, Circular Letters to,
1933-1951
Box: 35 Folder : 9 Council Committee,
1931-1932 , 1934-1935
Box: 35 Folder : 10 Council Dinner,
1934
Box: 35 Folder : 11 Council Dinner,
1935
Box: 35 Folder : 12 Council Dinner -Telegram sent to female guest of honor, who was not allowed to attend because she was a woman,
1936
Box: 35 Folder : 13 Council Dinner - Edna St. Vincent Millay, an honorary degree candidate, was excluded from the dinner,
1937
Box: 35 Folder : 14 Council Dinner,
1938
Box: 35 Folder : 15 Council Dinner,
1939
Box: 35 Folder : 16 Council Dinner,
1940
Box: 35 Folder : 17 Council Dinner,
1941
Box: 36 Folder : 1 Counsel, University - John Gerdes,
1940-1943
Box: 36 Folder : 2 Courant, Professor Richard (Head of the Graduate Department of Mathematics, Director of Research for the Institute for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics)
1933-1938, 1942-1943
Box: 36 Folder : 3 Cox, Richard T. (Professor of Physics)
1934-1935
Box: 36 Folder : 4 Craven, Wesley Frank (Professor of History)
1946, 1949
Box: 36 Folder : 5 Deans and Faculty, Circular Letters to
1933-1950
Box: 36 Folder : 6 Deans at Washington Square,
1945
Box: 36 Folder : 7 Deans' Meetings,
1945-1946
Box: 36 Folder : 8 Dearborn, Ned H. (Professor of Education, Dean of the Division of General Education),
1934-1943
Box: 36 Folder : 9 Deans' Lectures,
1933-1949
Box: 36 Folder : 10 Delafield Papers - Correspondence regarding transfer of,
1939
Box: 36 Folder : 11 - 12 Dentistry, College of,
1936-1950
Box: 36 Folder : 13 Dentistry, College of - Administration and Reorganization,
1936-1937 , 1940-1942
Box: 36 Folder : 14 Dentistry, College of -AdministrationandReorganization,
1942-1945
Box: 37 Folder : 1 - 2 Dentistry, College of: Administration and Reorganization,
1943-1944
Box: 37 Folder : 3 Dentistry, College of: Administration and Reorganization,
1944-1946
Box: 37 Folder : 4 Dentistry, College of: Administration and Reorganization,
1945-1946
Box: 37 Folder : 5 Dentistry, College of: Administration and Reorganization,
1943-1945
Box: 37 Folder : 6 - 7 Eagleton, Clyde (Professor of International Law),
1932
Box: 37 Folder : 8 Eagleton, Clyde (Professor of International Law),
1933-1936 , 1939-1949
Box: 37 Folder : 9 Education, Conference on,
Nov 2, 1933-Nov 3, 1933
Box: 37 Folder : 10 Education, Office of, U.S. Department of Interior,
1933-1937
Box: 37 Folder : 11 Education, Secondary,
1933
Box: 37 Folder : 12 Education, School of,
1926 , 1936-1949
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Education, School of,
1940
Box: 38 Folder : 2 Education, School of,
1940-1941
Box: 38 Folder : 3 Education, School of,
1942-1945
Box: 38 Folder : 4 - 5 Education, School of,
1946-1948
Box: 38 Folder : 6 Education, School of,
1948-1950
Box: 38 Folder : 7 Education, School of,
1949-1950
Box: 38 Folder : 8 - 9 Education, School of,
1948-1949
Box: 39 Folder : 1 Education, School of - Deanship, Ernest Oscar Melby,
1944-1945
Box: 39 Folder : 2 Education, School of,
1944-1945
Box: 39 Folder : 3 Education, School of,
1944-1945
Box: 39 Folder : 4 Educational Film Institute,
1938-1939
Box: 39 Folder : 5 Educational Film Institute,
1939-1940
Box: 39 Folder : 6 Educational Film Institute: Film Library,
1940-1942
Box: 39 Folder : 7 Educational Film Institute: Film Library,
1941-1942
Box: 39 Folder : 8 Educational Film Institute: Film Library,
1941-1942
Box: 39 Folder : 9 Educational Film Institute - Motion Pictures Department,FilmLibrary,
1943-1946
Box: 40 Folder : 1 Emergency Work Bureau Activities,
1929-1933
Box: 40 Folder : 2 Employment, Bureau of,
1943-1944
Box: 40 Folder : 3 Engineering, College of,
1932-1938
Box: 40 Folder : 4 Engineering, College of,
1938-1942
Box: 40 Folder : 5 Engineering, College of,
1937-1945
Box: 40 Folder : 6 Engineering, College of - Institute of Aeronautical Sciences,
1942
Box: 40 Folder : 7 Enrollment and Registration,
1934
Box: 40 Folder : 8 Faculty: Outside Activities,
1938-1940
Box: 40 Folder : 9 Faculty: Outside Activities,
1940-1942
Box: 40 Folder : 10 Faculty Club,
1938-1939
Box: 40 Folder : 11 Faculty Club,
1940-1950
Box: 40 Folder : 12 Faculty Club,
1940-1941
Box: 40 Folder : 13 Fees, Student,
1935-1937
Box: 40 Folder : 14 Fees, Student,
1937
Box: 40 Folder : 15 Finance Committee,
1935-1948
Box: 40 Folder : 16 Finance Committee,
1949-1950
Box: 40 Folder : 17 Finance Committee - Radio Broadcasts,
1939
Box: 41 Folder : 1 Financial Reports (Confidential) by Dean Rufus D. Smith,
1933
Box: 41 Folder : 2 Financial Situation - NYU,
1943-1944
Box: 41 Folder : 3 Financial Situation - NYU,
1943-1944
Box: 41 Folder : 4 Financial Situation - NYU,
1943-1944
Box: 41 Folder : 5 Financial Situation - NYU,
1943-1944
Box: 41 Folder : 6 Fine Arts, College of/Graduate Center of,
1933-1937
Box: 41 Folder : 7 Fine Arts, Institute of,
1938-1941
Box: 42 Folder : 1 - 2 Fine Arts, Institute of,
1942-1943
Box: 42 Folder : 3 Fine Arts, Institute of,
1944-1946
Box: 42 Folder : 4 - 5 Fine Arts, Institute of,
1947-1950
Box: 42 Folder : 6 Finley, Dr. John H. (Director, Hall of Fame),
1937-1940
Box: 42 Folder : 7 First American Youth Congress,
1934
Box: 42 Folder : 8 Folks, Ralph (NYU Attorney),
1933-1940
Box: 42 Folder : 9 Food Law Institute,
1949-1950
Box: 42 Folder : 10 Foreign Student Center,
1949-1951
Box: 43 Folder : 1 Franklin and Marshall College,
1937
Box: 43 Folder : 2 Fraternity Council of NYU,
1933-1935
Box: 43 Folder : 3 Friedsam Estate,
1934-1939
Box: 43 Folder : 4 Fryer, Professor Douglas H. (Psychology Department),
1934-1935
Box: 43 Folder : 5 Gaisman, Henry J. (Inventors' Foundation),
1938 , 1940-1941
Box: 43 Folder : 6 General Education Board.
1934-1937
Box: 43 Folder : Folder Dates
undated
Box: 43 Folder : 7 - 8 General Education, Division of,
1933-1934
Box: 43 Folder : 9 General Education, Division of,
1934-1936
Box: 43 Folder : 10 General Education, Division of,
1936-1937
Box: 43 Folder : 11 General Education, Division of,
Jan 1938Jul 1938
Box: 43 Folder : 12 General Education, Division of,
1938-1939
Box: 44 Folder : 1 General Education, Division of,
1940
Box: 44 Folder : 2 - 3 General Education, Division of,
1941
Box: 44 Folder : 4 General Education, Division of,
1942-1950
Box: 44 Folder : 5 Gifts, Chancellor's Committee to Review,
1943-1944
Box: 44 Folder : 6 Goldman Band Concerts,
1936
Box: 44 Folder : 7 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service,
1936-1937
Box: 44 Folder : 8 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service,
1937-1938
Box: 44 Folder : 9 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service,
1938-1939
Box: 44 Folder : 10 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service,
1940
Box: 44 Folder : 11 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service,
1941-1942 , 1944-1945
Box: 45 Folder : 1 Graduate Division for Training in Public Service,
1946-1948
Box: 45 Folder : 2 Graduate Division of Public Service,
1949-1951
Box: 45 Folder : 3 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
1934
Box: 45 Folder : 4 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
1939-1942 , 1944-1945
Box: 45 Folder : 1948, 1950
undated
Box: 45 Folder : 5 Graduate School of Business Administration,
1936-1937 , 1939
Box: 45 Folder : 1942-1950
undated
Box: 45 Folder : 6 Graduate Work, University Commission on,
1937-1943
Box: 45 Folder : 7 Gueft, Dr. Amshel (Professor of Dentistry),
1935-1937
Box: 45 Folder : 8 Guggenheim School of Aeronautics,
1941-1942 , 1945
Box: 45 Folder : 9 Hall of Fame,
1932-1936
Box: 45 Folder : 10 Hall of Fame,
1937
Box: 45 Folder : 11 Hall of Fame,
1938-1939
Box: 46 Folder : 1 Hall of Fame,
1940
Box: 46 Folder : 2 Hall of Fame,
1941-1943
Box: 46 Folder : 3 Hall of Fame,
1944-1950
Box: 46 Folder : 4 Halley, Robert B. - Gift of,
1942-1943
Box: 46 Folder : 5 - 6 Harvard Tercentenary,
1935-1936
Box: 46 Folder : 7 Hebrew Technical Institute Building,
1938-1939
Box: 46 Folder : 8 Heidelberg University's 550th Anniversary Celebration,
1936
Box: 46 Folder : 9 Hering, Professor Daniel W. (Physics Department),
1933-1938
Box: 46 Folder : 10 Hesser, Ernest G. (Chairman, Department of Music)
1939
Box: 46 Folder : 11 Hirshland, Dr. George S. (Department of Government),
1939-1940
Box: 46 Folder : 12 Hofstra College (Nassau College - Hofstra Memorial),
1935
Box: 46 Folder : 13 Hofstra College (Nassau College - Hofstra Memorial),
1935
Box: 46 Folder : 14 Hofstra College (Nassau College - Hofstra Memorial),
1936
Box: 47 Folder : 1 Hofstra College (of New York University),
1937
Box: 47 Folder : 2 Hofstra College (of New York University),
1937
Box: 47 Folder : 3 Hofstra College (of New York University),
1938
Box: 47 Folder : 4 Hofstra College (of New York University),
1939
Box: 47 Folder : 5 Hofstra College (of New York University),
1939
Box: 47 Folder : 6 Hofstra College (of New York University),
1939
Box: 47 Folder : 7 - 8 Hofstra College,
1939
Box: 47 Folder : 9 Hofstra College,
1939
Box: 47 Folder : 10 Horne, Professor Herman H. (Chairman of the Departments of Philosophy and Historyof Education),
1933-1938
Box: 47 Folder : 11 Horne, Professor Herman H.,
1938-1943
Box: 47 Folder : 12 Institute of Arts & Sciences,
1933-1934
Box: 47 Folder : 13 - 14 Institute of Applied Mathematics/Institute for MathematicsandMechanics-RichardCourant,
1940-1946
Box: 48 Folder : 1 Institute of Applied Mathematics/Institute for Mathematics and Mechanics - Richard Courant,
1947-1950
Box: 48 Folder : 2 Institute of Economic Affairs,
1946-1950
Box: 48 Folder : 3 Institute of International Education - Harrison Brown and W. Arnold Forster,
1936-1938
Box: 48 Folder : 4 Institute on Federal Taxation,
1942-1950
Box: 48 Folder : 5 Institute of International Finance,
1926-1945
Box: 48 Folder : 6 Institute of Labor Relations & Social Security,
1948-1951
Box: 48 Folder : 7 Institute of Meteorology,
1932-1934
Box: 48 Folder : 8 Institute of PublicLaw & Administration (Discontinued, 1945),
1939-1941
Box: 48 Folder : 9 James, Professor Phillip (Professor of Music),
1935-1942
Box: 48 Folder : 10 James Arthur Collection of Clocks & Watches Lecture Series,
1933-1950
Box: 49 Folder : 1 - 2 Johnson, Dr. Robert Underwood (Director, Hall of Fame),
1930-1938
Box: 49 Folder : 3 Judson Dormitory, Integration of,
1940-1945
Box: 49 Folder : 4 Junior College Plans,
1934-1941
Box: 49 Folder : 5 Kimball, Dr. Fiske (University Architect),
1933-1947
Box: 49 Folder : 6 Klemin, Professor Alexander (Professor of Aeronautical Engineering),
1933-1941
Box: 49 Folder : 7 Korzybski, Count Alfred,
1934
Box: 49 Folder : 8 Labor Relations, Committee on,
1944-1950
Box: 49 Folder : 9 Law, School of,
1943-1951
Box: 49 Folder : 10 Law, School of: Board of Visitors,
1944-1945
Box: 49 Folder : 11 Law, School of: Deanship,
1940-1948
Box: 49 Folder : 12 Law, School of: Proposed Dinner,
1946
Box: 49 Folder : 13 Liberal Education in America (American Mercury article, 1934),
1944
Box: 49 Folder : 14 - 15 Libraries, Council Committee on: General Business,
1933-1934
Box: 49 Folder : 16 Libraries, Council Committee on: Meeting Material,
1933-1934
Box: 50 Folder : 1 - 2 Libraries, Director of - Robert Downs,
1937-1950
Box: 50 Folder : 3 Libraries, Faculty Committee on,
1936
Box: 50 Folder : 4 Library, Washington Square,
1934-1935
Box: 50 Folder : 5 Loomis, Dean Milton E. (Washington Square College),
1934-1936
Box: 50 Folder : 6 Loomis, Dean Milton E.,
1937-1940
Box: 50 Folder : 7 Lott, James H. (Manager of New York University Commons and Bookstore),
1934-1943
Box: 50 Folder : 8 MacCracken, John H. (Son of Chancellor Maccracken),
May 1936-Dec 1936
Box: 50 Folder : 9 - 10 Madden, John T. (Dean of the School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance),
1934-1948
Box: 50 Folder : 11 Mayor's Committee on Unity,
1945-1947
Box: 50 Folder : 12 McEwen, Dean Currier (New York University College of medicine),
1943-1950
Box: 51 Folder : 1 Medical Center,
1948
Box: 51 Folder : 2 - 3 Medicine, College of,
1934-1937
Box: 51 Folder : 4 Medicine, College of,
1938-1939
Box: 51 Folder : 5 - 6 Medicine, College of,
1940
Box: 51 Folder : 7 Medicine, College of (includes picture of Somerset Maugham),
1941-1942
Box: 51 Folder : 8 Medicine, college of,
1943-1944
Box: 51 Folder : 9 Medicine, College of,
1945-1950
Box: 52 Folder : 1 - 2 Medicine, College of,
1941-1943
Box: 52 Folder : 3 Middle States Association: Correspondence,
1948-1950
Box: 52 Folder : 4 Middle States Association: Correspondence,
Apr 1950-Dec 1950
Box: 52 Folder : 5 Middle States Association: Digests and reports
1948-1950
Box: 52 Folder : 6 Messages, Miscellaneous for Dr. Chase,
1943-1950
Box: 52 Folder : 7 Motion Picture Research Council,
ca.1943
Box: 52 Folder : 8 Museum of Music,
1938-1940
Box: 52 Folder : 9 Musser, John (Professor of History; Executive Secretary of the Graduate School),
1934-1949
Box: 52 Folder : 10 National Recovery Act,
1933
Box: 52 Folder : 11 - 12 National War Fund,
1943
Box: 53 Folder : 1 - 2 National War Fund,
1944-1946
Box: 53 Folder : 3 National Youth Administration,
1935-1942
Box: 53 Folder : 4 Naval Awards,
1946-1948
Box: 53 Folder : 5 New (Experimental Junior) College Plan,
1934
Box: 53 Folder : 6 Newark, University of,
1936-1940
Box: 53 Folder : 7 Newman, Allen T. (Dean of the College of Dentistry),
1929-1940
Box: 53 Folder : 8 Newspaper, Student (All-University),
1933-1934
Box: 53 Folder : 9 S.S. "NYU Victory",
1944-1945
Box: 53 Folder : 10 Nichols, William H., Bust of,
1941
Box: 53 Folder : 11 Nobel Prize Dinner,
1944-1945
Box: 53 Folder : 12 Ostberg, Ragnor (Swedish architect), Luncheon for,
1934
Box: 53 Folder : 13 Ottendorfer Memorial Fellowship Committee,
1934-1940
Box: 53 Folder : 14 Pabst Co. - Centenary Manuscript,
1944-1948
Box: 53 Folder : 15 - 16 Paris, W. Francklyn (honorary Director of the Hall of American Artists at NYU),
1932-1949
Box: 53 Folder : 17 Park, Joseph H. (Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Chairman of the
1941-1950
Box: 53 Folder : Department of History),
undated
Box: 54 Folder : 1 - 2 Phelps Lectures (Stokes Foundation),
1915-1932
Box: 54 Folder : 3 Phelps Lectures (Stokes Foundation),
1933-1942
Box: 54 Folder : 4 Phelps Lectureship,
1940-1941
Box: 54 Folder : 5 Pickett, Ralph E. (Secretary of the Faculty and Assistant Dean of the School of Education),
1935-1941
Box: 54 Folder : 6 Placement Facilities,
1939-1941
Box: 54 Folder : 7 - 9 Planning Committee of the Council,
1934-1935
Box: 54 Folder : 10 - 11 Planning Committee of the Council: - Wall Street Poject, Graduate School
undated
Box: 54 Folder : of Business Administration (GBA),
1934-1937
Box: 54 Folder : 12 - 13 -Wall Street Project, (GBA),
1937-1938
Box: 55 Folder : 1 Preliminary Report with Respect to Graduate Work,
1950
Box: 55 Folder : 2 Press, NYU - Committee on Management,
1933-1934
Box: 55 Folder : 3 Provost's Office - Confidential Report, n.d.
undated
Box: 55 Folder : 4 Psychological Test Service,
1936-1938
Box: 55 Folder : 5 Public Works of Art Project,
1934
Box: 55 Folder : 6 Quarterly (All-University),
1936-1937
Box: 55 Folder : 7 Residence (Course) Credit,
1939-1940
Box: 55 Folder : 8 Retailing, School of,
1930-1940
Box: 55 Folder : 9 - 10 Retailing, School of,
1940-1950
Box: 55 Folder : 11 Retailing, School of: Trustees,
1944-1945
Box: 55 Folder : 12 Retailing, School of: Deanship,
1944-1946
Box: 55 Folder : 13 Reserve Fund,
1938-1947
Box: 55 Folder : 14 - 15 Reserve Officer Training Corp (R.O.T.C.),
1933-1935
Box: 56 Folder : 1 - 2 R.O.T.C.
1936-1937
Box: 56 Folder : 3 - 4 R.O.T.C.
1938-1941
Box: 56 Folder : 5 - 6 R.O.T.C.
1942-1943
Box: 56 Folder : 7-8 Radio: Radio Projects at NYU
1936-1938
Box: 56 Folder : 9 - 10 Radio: Radio Projects at NYU
1939-1941
Box: 57 Folder : 1 - 2 Radio: Radio Materials, Miscellaneous
1936
Box: 57 Folder : 3 - 4 Radio: Radio Materials, Miscellaneous
1937-1938
Box: 57 Folder : 5 Radosavljevich, Milenko (son of Paul R.Radosavljevich)
1944-1949
Box: 57 Folder : 6 - 7 Relief Work at NYU (Student and Others)
1934-1935
Box: 57 Folder : 8 Rent Gouging - NYU
1944
Box: 57 Folder : 9 Rice, Paul North (Director of Libraries)
1936-1938
Box: 57 Folder : 10 Rockefeller Foundation,
1939-1948
Box: 57 Folder : 11 Russell, Bertrand - City College Appointment Case,
1940
Box: 58 Folder : 1 Salin Library, transfer of, to NYU,
1934-1935
Box: 58 Folder : 2 Sanitary Engineering Building,
1935-1936
Box: 58 Folder : 3 Saville, Thorndike (Dean of the College of Engineering,
1935-1950
Box: 58 Folder : 4 Sawhill, Dr. John E. (University physician),
1935-1950
Box: 58 Folder : 5 Sheldon, H. Horton (Professor of Physics),
1939-1940
Box: 58 Folder : 6 Shepard, Mrs. Finley J. (Helen Miller Gould),
1933
Box: 58 Folder : 7 - 12 Smith, Rufus D. (Provost),
1933-1950
Box: 59 Folder : 1 Sommer, Frank H. (Dean of the School of Law),
1935-1947
Box: 59 Folder : 2 Speer, Robert K. (Professor of Education),
1933-1944
Box: 59 Folder : 3 Stoker, James J. (Professor of Mathematics),
1944-1945
Box: 59 Folder : 4 - 10 Student Organization and Publications,
1933-1944
Box: 60 Folder : 1 - 2 Survey: Degrees Conferred at NYU,
1930-1935
Box: 60 Folder : 3 Survey: Economics at NYU,
1934-1935
Box: 60 Folder : 4 - 5 Survey: Graduate Study at NYU,
1934-1935
Box: 60 Folder : 6 Tauritz, Leo L.
1938-1950
Box: 60 Folder : 7 Temporary Emergency Relief Administration,
1934-1935
Box: 60 Folder : 8 Testing and Advisement Center,
1950-1951
Box: 60 Folder : 9 Townsend Harris High School
1942
Box: 60 Folder : 10 President Truman, Letter to,
1945
Box: 60 Folder : 11 Universities Research Center for the United Nations,
1946-1947
Box: 60 Folder : 12 - 13 University College of Arts and Pure Science,
1935-1938
Box: 60 Folder : 14 University College of Arts and Pure Science,
1939-1943
Box: 61 Folder : 1 University College of Arts and Pure Science,
1944-1950
Box: 61 Folder : 2 University Heights
1946-1947
Box: 61 Folder : 3 Visiting Committee for University Heights (Arts and Engineering),
1942
Box: 61 Folder : 4 Visiting Committees for University Heights (Arts and Engineering),
1946-1950
Box: 61 Folder : 5 Voorhis, Harold 0. (Vice Chancellor and Secretary),
1945-1950
Box: 61 Folder : 6 Warburg House,
1935-1937
Box: 61 Folder : 7 Washington Square Area - Planning Recommendations,
1946
Box: 61 Folder : 8 Washington Square College,
1936-1950
Box: 61 Folder : 9 Washington Square College: Curriculum Revision
1934-1936
Box: 61 Folder : 10 Deanship
1945-1946
Box: 61 Folder : 11 Deanship
1947
Box: 61 Folder : 12 Deanship
1946
Box: 61 Folder : 13 Deanship
1945-1946
Box: 61 Folder : 14 Deanship
1945-1947
Box: 61 Folder : 15 Deanship
1946
Box: 61 Folder : 16 Deanship
1945-1946
Box: 61 Folder : 17 Deanship
1945-1946
Box: 62 Folder : 1 Washington Square College: - Deanship,
1945-1946
Box: 62 Folder : 2 Washington Square College,
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Box: 62 Folder : 3 Washington Square College,
1934
Box: 62 Folder : 4 Washington Square East Proposal for New Building,
1936
Box: 62 Folder : 5 Washington Square Park Alterations,
1939-1940
Box: 62 Folder : 6 Washington Square Property: - 29-30 Waverly Place and 100 Washington Square East,
1938
Box: 62 Folder : 7 Westchester Center of New York University,
1935-1937
Box: 62 Folder : 8 Westchester Center of New York University,
1946-1948
Box: 62 Folder : 9 Who's Who in America,
1935-1938
Box: 62 Folder : 10 Winning, Freda J. G. (Assistant Professor of Education, Department of Home Economics),
1939
Box: 62 Folder : 11 Wisconsin, University of,
1931-1933
Box: 63 Folder : 1 - 2 Works Progress Administration,
1936-1940
Box: 63 Folder : 3 World's Fair,
1935-1938
Box: 63 Folder : 4 - 5 World's Fair,
1939-1940
Box: 63 Folder : 6 Zorbaugh, Harvey (Associate Professor of Education and Director oftheClinicforSocialAdjustmentoftheGifted),
1934-1935
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Series III: Memberships

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Box: 63 Folder : 7 Membership: A-A1,
1936-1950
Box: 63 Folder : 8 Membership: Am,
1934-1951
Box: 63 Folder : 9 American Committee for Christian German Refugees: Correspondence,
1934-1939
Box: 64 Folder : 1 American Committee for Christian German Refugees: Correspondence,
1939-1940
Box: 64 Folder : 2 American Committee for Christian German Refugees: Correspondence,
1940-1947
Box: 64 Folder : 3 American Committee for Christian German Refugees: Special Campaign,
1939
Box: 64 Folder : 4 American Committee for a Free and United Europe: -Correspondence,
1945
Box: 64 Folder : 1948-1951
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Box: 64 Folder : 5 American Council on Education - Correspondence,
1935-1948
Box: 64 Folder : 6 American Scholar,
1934-1941
Box: 64 Folder : 7 American Memorial to Six Million Jews,
1947-1948
Box: 64 Folder : 8 Memberships: An-Az,
1934-1936 , 1942-1944
Box: 64 Folder : 9 Army Advisory Committee,
1947-1950
Box: 64 Folder : 10 Memberships: B,
1934-1950
Box: 64 Folder : 11 British War Relief,
1940-1941
Box: 64 Folder : 12 Bronx Affiliations,
1933-1941 , 1948
Box: 65 Folder : 1 Memberships: Ca-Cn,
1934-1942 , 1946-1950
Box: 65 Folder : 2 Calendar Reform,
1946-1947
Box: 65 Folder : 3 Century Club,
1936-1950
Box: 65 Folder : 4 - 5 Certificates and Honors,
1934-1937 , 1943-1950
Box: 65 Folder : 6 Church Club,
1936 , 1941-1950
Box: 65 Folder : 7 - 8 Church Society for College Work,
1935-1940
Box: 65 Folder : 9 Churchman, The,
1939-1946
Box: 65 Folder : 10 Memberships: Co-Cz,
1934-1942
Box: 65 Folder : 11 Commerce and Industry Association (formerly The Merchants' Association of New York),
1937-1946
Box: 65 Folder : 12 Committee on the Older Worker (U.S. Dept. of Labor): Correspondence,
Feb 1938-Mar 1938
Box: 66 Folder : 1 Committee on the Older Worker (U.S. Dept. of Labor): Correspondence,
Apr 1938-Dec 1938
Box: 66 Folder : 2 -Correspondence,
1939-1940
Box: 66 Folder : 3 Memberships: D,
1936 , 1940-1950
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Memberships: E,
1935-1948
Box: 66 Folder : 5 Memberships: F,
1933-1948
Box: 66 Folder : 6 Memberships: G,
1934-1949
Box: 66 Folder : 7 Memberships: H,
1934-1940 , 1945-1948
Box: 66 Folder : 8 Hoover Commission Report, Committees on behalf of,
1949-1950
Box: 66 Folder : 9 Hundred Year Association,
1944-1951
Box: 66 Folder : 10 Memberships: I,
1933-1938 , 1943-1944 , 1948-1951
Box: 66 Folder : 11 Israel Orphan Asylum,
1933-1950
Box: 66 Folder : 12 Memberships: J,
1936 , 1940-1950
Box: 66 Folder : 13 Memberships: K,
1934 , 1938-1947
Box: 66 Folder : 14 Memberships: L,
1933-1939 , 19441944
Box: 67 Folder : 1 - 2 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1934-1937
Box: 67 Folder : 3 - 4 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1937-1938
Box: 67 Folder : 5 - 6 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1938-1939
Box: 67 Folder : 7 - 8 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1939-1941
Box: 68 Folder : 1 - 2 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1941-1943
Box: 68 Folder : 3 - 5 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1943-1944
Box: 68 Folder : 6 - 8 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1944-1947
Box: 69 Folder : 1 Lotos Club: Correspondence,
1947-1951
Box: 69 Folder : 2 Luxembourg,
Mar 1936-Jul 1939
Box: 69 Folder : 3 Memberships: M,
1933-1943 , 1948
Box: 69 Folder : 4 Marshall Plan,
1947
Box: 69 Folder : 5 Mayor's Committees (Various),
1938-1942 , 1948
Box: 69 Folder : 6 - 7 Memorial Hospital: Correspondence,
1945-1947
Box: 69 Folder : 8 - 9 Memorial Hospital: Correspondence,
1947-1949
Box: 69 Folder : 10 - 11 Metropolitan Opera Association: Correspondence,
1940-1947
Box: 70 Folder : 1 - 3 Metropolitan Opera Association: Correspondence,
1947-1951
Box: 70 Folder : 4 Metropolitan Opera Association: Opera House Problem, Reports and Studies Concerning,
1950
Box: 70 Folder : 5 - 6 Metropolitan Opera Association: Rehabilitation and New House Committee: Correspondence,
1949-1950
Box: 70 Folder : 7 Metropolitan Opera Association: Rehabilitation and New House Committee: Memorandum,
Mar 1950
Box: 71 Folder : 1 - 2 Memberships: Na-Nd,
1933-1950
Box: 71 Folder : 3 National Civil Service League,
1944-1945
Box: 71 Folder : 4 National Jewish Hospital at Denver,
1939 , 1947-1950
Box: 71 Folder : 5 - 6 National Defense World War II - Travel Expenses,
1943-1946
Box: 71 Folder : 7 Memberships: Ne-Nz,
1934-1940, 1944, 1950-1951
Box: 71 Folder : 8 New England Society,
1946-1951
Box: 71 Folder : 9 - 10 New York Academy of Public Education: Correspondence,
1937-1943
Box: 71 Folder : 11 - 12 New York Academy of Public Education: Correspondence,
1943-1947
Box: 71 Folder : 13 New York Academy of Public Education: Correspondence,
1947-1951
Box: 72 Folder : 1 - 2 New York Public Library: Correspondence,
1943-1947
Box: 72 Folder : 3 - 4 New York Public Library: Correspondence,
1948-1950
Box: 72 Folder : 5 New York War and Peace Memorial Committee,
1946-1949
Box: 72 Folder : 6 Memberships: P,
1933-1937 , 1941-1945
Box: 72 Folder : 7 Palestine,
1941-1942 , 1946-1948
Box: 72 Folder : 8 Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in New York,
1937-1946
Box: 72 Folder : 9 Planned Parenthood, National Committee for,
1938-1948
Box: 72 Folder : 10 Memberships: Q-R,
1934-1944 , 1948-1949
Box: 72 Folder : 11 - 12 Retail Trade Minimum Wage Board: Correspondence,
1945-1949
Box: 73 Folder : 1 - 3 Retail Trade Minimum Wage Board: Briefs, Minutes, Orders, Recommendations,
1945-1946
Box: 73 Folder : 4 - 6 Retail Trade Minimum Wage Board: Work Material,
1938-1945
Box: 73 Folder : 7 Russell Sage Foundation: Correspondence,
1936-1947
Box: 73 Folder : 8 Russell Sage Foundation: Correspondence,
1947-1951
Box: 74 Folder : 1 Memberships: Sa-Sl,
1933-1942
Box: 74 Folder : 2 Memberships: Sm-Sz,
1934-1942 , 1946-1947
Box: 74 Folder : 3 Memberships: T,
1937-1940 , 1945
Box: 74 Folder : 4 - 5 Town Hall Inc.: Correspondence,
1935-1942
Box: 74 Folder : 6 Town Hall Inc.: Correspondence,
1942-1947
Box: 74 Folder : 7 - 8 Town Hall Inc.: Correspondence,
1947-1951
Box: 74 Folder : 9 TrinityChurch: Correspondence,
1933-1939
Box: 74 Folder : 10 - 11 TrinityChurch: Correspondence,
1939-1942
Box: 75 Folder : 1 - 2 TrinityChurch: Correspondence,
1942-1947
Box: 75 Folder : 3 - 4 TrinityChurch: Correspondence,
1947-1951
Box: 75 Folder : 5 Memberships: U,
1934-1935 , 1939-1950
Box: 75 Folder : 6 United Negro College Fund,
1944-1949
Box: 75 Folder : 7 Universal Military Training,
1947-1948
Box: 75 Folder : 8 University Club,
1933-1941 , 1945-1950
Box: 75 Folder : 9 Memberships: V,
1936-1938
Box: 75 Folder : 10 Memberships: W,
1933-1951
Box: 75 Folder : 11 War Prisoners Aid, Inc.,
1942-1948
Box: 75 Folder : 12 Memberships: X, Y, Z,
1938-1941 , 1945
Box: 75 Folder : 13 YMCA, YWCA, YMHA, etc.,
1935-1938
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Series IV: Adresses and Published Writings

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Note: Duplicate hardboound copies of Chancellor Chase's addresses and published writings are also available,

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 75 Folder : 14 Bibliography,
1905-1940
Box: 75 Folder : 15 Education as Preparation for Tomorrow, published in Think,
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Box: 76 Folder : 1 Speeches from Chancellor Chase's old files at the University of Illinois,
1930-1933
Box: 76 Folder : 2 Address and Articles, Index Cards of,
1933-1935
Box: 76 Folder : 3 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
1933
Box: 76 Folder : 4 Convocation Address at NYU,
Oct 2, 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 5 Remarks delivered at Luncheon given in chancellor Chase's honor by the Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York,
Oct 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 6 The Crisis in Education, address delivered before the Herald Tribune's Women's Conference,
Oct 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 7 Address delivered at the New York University Alumni Association Dinner,
Oct 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 8 Resolved: That the United States should adopt the essential features of the British system of radio control and operation, radio debate arranged by the National Advisory Council on Radio in Education and the National University Extension Association Debate Committee,
Nov 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 9 Statement made by Chancellor Chase at the Association of Urban Universities Dinner,
Nov 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 10 The Administrator and the Testing Program, address delivered before the Educational Records Bureau of the American Council on Education,
Nov 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 11 Armistice Day Address, radio address delivered over the NBC network; sponsored by The League of Remembrance,
Nov 11, 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 12 Education Faces the Crisis, address delivered before the Progressive Education Association,
Nov 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 13 Education as a National Resource, address delivered before the Association of Life Insurance Presidents,
Dec 8, 1933
Box: 76 Folder : 14 Chancellor Chase's Addresses, Correspondence re:,
1934
Box: 76 Folder : 15 Our Liberal Arts College, published in the AmericanMercury,
1934
Box: 76 Folder : 16 - 17 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
1934
Box: 76 Folder : 18 University Freedom, reprinted from the Report of the Chancellor,
1934-1935
Box: 77 Folder : 1 This Year of Promise, radio address delivered over the NBC network,
Jan 14, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 2 Address delivered at the Dartmouth Alumni Dinner,
Jan 18, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 3 The Responsibility of College Students, address deliveredattheNewmanClubBreakfast,
Feb 4, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 4 Address delivered before the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies,
Feb 8, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 5 Our Human Resources, address delivered before the Mid-Winter Trust Conference of the American Bankers Association,
Feb 15, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 6 Civilization against Hitlerism, address delivered at Madison Square Garden under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise,
Mar 7, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 7 Welcome address delivered at the opening session of the Conference on Handicapped Children and the Conference on Elementary Education,
Mar 9, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 8 Popular Education, radio address delivered over the Columbia network on the Program of the National Student Federation,
Mar 22, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 9 Address delivered before the College Art Association, Education, a Social Tool, Fifth Annual Davies
Mar 29, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 10 - 11 Lecture delivered before the Institute of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University,
Apr 18, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 12 Commencement Address at Lafayette College,
Jun 8, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 13 Inaugural Address delivered at the One Hundred and Second Commencement of NYU,
Jun 13, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 14 State University: Its Work and Problems, book review published in The Journal of Higher Education,
Aug 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 15 Crime and the School, address delivered before the Herald Tribune Conference,
Sep 26, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 16 Address delivered before the Freshmen of the School of Education,
Oct 4, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 17 Address delivered before the Second Michigan Education Association District Meeting,
Oct 19, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 18 Education in the Democratic State, address delivered on the Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation Course,
Oct 24, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 19 Address delivered before the Newark Institute and Mercer Beasley Law School,
Nov 1, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 20 Thanksgiving Day Service delivered at The Community Church of New York,
Nov 29, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 21 The Cultural Value of Art, address delivered before the School Art League,
Dec 7, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 22 Radio's Contribution to Education, radio address delivered for the broadcast of The University of the Air, WEVD,
Dec 8, 1934
Box: 77 Folder : 23 - 24 Chancellor Chase's Addresses, Correspondence re:,
1935
Box: 78 Folder : 1 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
1935
Box: 78 Folder : 2 Education in the Democratic State, address delivered on October 24, 1934; published in The Barnwell Bulletin, Vol. 12, No. 50,
Jan 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 3 Address of tribute delivered at the Memorial Service for Chancellor Brown at First Presbyterian Church,
Jan 17, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 4 A Changing World Confronts the Family, address delivered before the Mother's Club of New Rochelle,
Feb 8, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 5 Address delivered at the Annual Dinner of the NYU Law School Alumni Association,
Feb 9, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 6 Are the Colleges in Step with the Times? Address delivered before the Beekman Hill Neighbors,
Feb 19, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 7 Christian Citizenship, address delivered at the Washington's Birthday Exercises at the
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Box: 78 Folder : Cathedral of St. John the Divine,
Feb 22, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 8 Address delivered before the New York Electrical Society,
Mar 27, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 9 Problems in Connection with Junior Colleges," address delivered before the Conference of Trustees of Colleges and Universities,
Apr 26, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 10 Address delivered at the Dedication Exercises at Howard University of the Frederick Douglass Memorial,
Apr 30, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 11 Proposed Remarks to deliver on receiving the Bronze Bronze Tablets Commemorating Professors Morse and Draper,
May 28, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 12 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 12, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 13 Address delivered at the Dedication of the Nassau College-Hofstra Memorial,
Oct 11, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 14 The Outlook for Youth in American Life, address delivered before the International Convention of the YMCA,
Oct 26, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 15 Address delivered at the Anti-War Symposium,
Nov 8, 1934
Box: 78 Folder : 16 Address delivered at the Inauguration of President James at Ohio University,
Nov 15, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 17 Remarks delivered at the Dedication Exercises of the Elmer Ellsworth Brown House for English Studies,
Dec 2, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 18 Problems and Prospects in Higher Education, address delivered at the First Annual Meeting of the Southern University Conference,
Dec 6, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 19 Address delivered before the National Conference on Debtor Relief Laws,
Dec 7, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 20 Address delivered at the Dinner in Honor of the Archbishop of York,
Dec 16, 1935
Box: 78 Folder : 21 Chancellor Chase's Addresses, Correspondence re:,
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Box: 78 Folder : 22 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
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Box: 78 Folder : 23 Address delivered before the Japan Society,
Jan 31, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 24 Should Our Educational System Be Reorganized? address delivered at the Broadcast of the
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Box: 78 Folder : League for Political Education,
Feb 6, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 25 Changing Interpretation of Culture, address delivered before the Music Educators
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Box: 78 Folder : National Conference,
Mar 30, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 26 The College and the Community, address delivered at the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the
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Box: 78 Folder : University of Chattanooga,
Apr 22, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 27 Introductory Remarks delivered at the Presentation of Awards by the National Institute of
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Box: 78 Folder : Immigrant Welfare,
May 15, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 28 The University and the Community, address delivered at the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the American Association of Adult Education
May 19, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : Folder Dates
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Box: 78 Folder : 29 The Role of Educational Institutions, address delivered at the Twentieth Annual Meeting of
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Box: 78 Folder : the National industrial Conference Board, Inc.,
May 28, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 30 Address delivered at the Commencement Exercises of WesleyanCollegeinitsCentennialYear,
Jun 1, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 31 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 10, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 32 Address delivered at the Dedication of Brower Hall at Nassau College-Hofstra Memorial,
Oct 9, 1936
Box: 78 Folder : 33 The Place of Free Higher Education in American Democracy, address delivered before the Board of Higher Education,
Nov 12, 1936
Box: 79 Folder : 1 Education Through Current Events, address delivered as the First of a Series of Ten Lectures on Current Events at the Women's University Club,
Nov 13, 1936
Box: 79 Folder : 2 What is Higher Education? address delivered before the New York Schoolmasters Club,
Nov 14, 1936
Box: 79 Folder : 3 Address delivered before The Association of University and College Business Officers of the Eastern States,
Dec 4, 1936
Box: 79 Folder : 4 New Opportunities for Youth, published in Reader's Digest,
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Box: 79 Folder : 5 Reflection on 'The Higher Learning in America', an article,
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Box: 79 Folder : 6 - 7 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
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Box: 79 Folder : 8 The Undergraduate and His World, an unpublished article,
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Box: 79 Folder : 9 Address delivered at the Class Agents Dinner of the New York University Alumni,
Jan 25, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 10 The American State University, book review publishedintheSaturdayReviewofLiterature,
Mar 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 11 Remarks delivered at the Dinner in Honor of Dr. Bergmann of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Mar 24, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 12 National ecollections: The Foundation of National Character, address delivered at the Dinner of the Museum of the City of New York,
Apr 6, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 13 Remarks delivered in Chancellor Chase's capacity as Presiding Officer at the Dinner of the Graduate Faculty of Political Science of the New School for Social Research,
Apr 15, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 14 Introductory Remarks delivered at the Presentation of Awards by the National Institute of Immigrant Welfare,
Apr 22, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 15 Physical Education and Adult Education, address delivered before the General Session of the Convention of the American Physical Education Association,
Apr 23, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 16 Remarks delivered at the Annual Dinner of the National Institute of Social Sciences on the Presentation of a Gold Medal to Dr. John Edgar Hoover,
May 11, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 17 Remarks delivered as Toastmaster at the Luncheon on the Tenth Anniversary of the Flight of Colonel Charles Lindbergh,
May 20, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 18 Valedictory Address delivered at the One Hundred and Twelfth Commencement of Jefferson Medical College,
Jun 4, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 19 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 9, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 20 Commemoration Address delivered at the Sesqui- Centennial Celebration of Franklin and Marshall College,
Oct 15, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 21 The Development of College and University Libraries, address delivered at the New York Times Book Fair,
Nov 12, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 22 Address delivered at the Twenty-Ninth Annual National Inter-fraternity Conference,
Nov 26, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 23 The American System of Broadcasting, address delivered at The Second National Conference on Educational Broadcasting,
Nov 29, 1937
Box: 79 Folder : 24 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
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Box: 80 Folder : 1 Annual Report of the Chancellor, Draft of,
1938-1939
Box: 80 Folder : 2 Twenty Years of Higher Education, reprinted from the Report of the Chancellor for the year 1938-1939,
1938-1939
Box: 80 Folder : 3 Religion and Democracy, radio address delivered at
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Box: 80 Folder : the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the Jewish Theological Seminary; broadcast over WHN,
Jan 11, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 4 Introductory Remarks delivered at the Broadcast for the Script-Writing Classes of NYU; broadcast over WABC,
Jan 22, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 5 Address delivered at the Opening of a Series of Broadcasts on the Hall of Fame,
Jan 29, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 6 Graduate and Research Work as a Function of the University, address delivered at the Inauguration of Oliver C. Carmichael as Third Chancellor of Vanderbilt University,
Feb 4, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 7 Religion and Democracy, radio address delivered on January 11, 1938; published in The American Hebrew, Vol. 142, No. 21,
Apr 8, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 8 The Urban University and the Part-Time Student, address delivered on an NBC Broadcast as a portion of the Program on "The Future of Higher Learning in America,"
May 3, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 9 Remarks delivered at the Dinner of Tribute to Thomas Mann,
May 9, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 10 A Tribute to Leadership, remarks delivered at the Friendship Luncheon for Dean John W. Withers,
May 14, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 11 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 8, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 12 Introductory Remarks delivered at the Dinner in Honor of Lotte Lehmann,
Dec 20, 1938
Box: 80 Folder : 13 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
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Box: 80 Folder : 14 Some Observations on Medical Education, remarks delivered at the Annual Luncheon of the Alumni of the Medical College,
Feb 22, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 15 Education for Safety, address delivered at the Tenth Annual Convention of the Greater New York Safety Council., Inc., March 27, 1939; published in Vital Speeches, Vol. V, No. 14,
May 1, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 16 Inaugural Address delivered as President of the . Hundred Year Association,
Apr 12, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 17 Address delivered at the Twenty-Seventh Convention of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars,
Apr 25, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 18 Get Ready for Living Tomorrow, radio address delivered on the Phi Beta Kappa Broadcast at NBC Studios,
May 19, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 19 Address delivered at the Formal Opening of the Science and education Exhibits at the New York World's Fair,
May 26, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 20 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 7, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 21 A School Within a School, radio address delivered over the Inter-fraternity Broadcast at NBC Studios,
Jun 10, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 22 Address delivered at the Junior-Senior Chapel,
Oct 4, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 23 Address delivered on University Day at the University of North Carolina,
Oct 12, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 24 Problems for the Future, address delivered at the Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Association of Urban Universities,
Oct 23, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 25 Address delivered at the Memorial Meeting in Honor of Dr. William Hallock Park,
Nov 28, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 26 Religion and Youth, address delivered at the Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner of the Inter collegiate Branch of the YMCA,
Dec 7, 1939
Box: 80 Folder : 27 Behind The Bertrand Russel Case, contains a reprint of a quote made by Chancellor Chase in the New York Times, April 20, 1940,
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Box: 80 Folder : 28 Popular Education in America," published in The American Society LegionofHonorMagazine,
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Box: 80 Folder : 29 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
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Box: 80 Folder : 30 Twenty Years of Higher Education, article based on excerpts from the 1938-1939 Annual Report of the Chancellor; published in What The Colleges Are Doing, No. 57,
Jan 1940
Box: 80 Folder : 31 Acknowledgement Address delivered at the Dinner of the Coat and Suit Industry for the Distribution of the Fund Raised for Refugee Relief,
Jan 31, 1940
Box: 80 Folder : 32 Youth and Society," address delivered at the Annual Regional Conference on Social Hygiene,
Feb 7, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 1 Address delivered at the Seventieth Anniversary Dinner of the Lotos Club,
Mar 30, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 2 Memorial Address delivered in Commemoration of Dr. John Huston Finley in the Great Hall of the College of the City of New York,
Apr 14, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 3 Youth and Society, address delivered at the Banquet of the New York State Medical Society,
May 7, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 4 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 2, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 5 Commencement Address at Lehigh University,
Jun 10, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 6 Address delivered at Graduation Exercises Celebrating the Eightieth Anniversary of The Women's Law Class of NYU,
Jun 13, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 7 The Disciplines of Democracy, address delivered on June 10, 1940; published in Vital Speeches, Vol. VI, No. 18,
Jul 1, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 8 The Student in Selective Service, radio address broadcast over CBS, sponsored by the American Council on Education,
Oct 8, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 9 Italian Contributions to American Life, address delivered at the Columbus Day Celebration at the American Common at the New York World's Fair,
Oct 12, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 10 Address delivered at the Alumni Fund Agents' Dinner,
Oct 22, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 11 Address delivered at the Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner of the New York Schoolmasters Club,
Nov 9, 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 12 College Men and Conscription, article printed in The Delta; published by Sigma Nu Fraternity, Vol. 58, No.2,
Dec 1940
Box: 81 Folder : 13 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
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Box: 81 Folder : 14 Youth and Democracy, guest editorial published in The American Farm Youth, Vol. VI, No. 8,
Jan 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 15 Radio address delivered at the Luncheon of The American College Publicity Association, broadcast over WNYC,
Jan 25, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 16 National Self-Preservation, address delivered at the Meeting of the Economic Club of New York,
Feb 10, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 17 Academic Freedom and Freedom of the Press, address delivered on January 25, 1941; published in Vital Speeches, Vol. VII, No. 9,
Feb 15, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 18 National Preservation, address delivered on February 10, 1941; published in Vital Speeches, Vol. VII, No. 10,
Mar 1, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 19 Address delivered at the Centennial Dinner of the New York University College of Medicine,
Mar 21, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 20 The Relation of Universities to Business, address delivered at the Life Underwriters' Association Dinner,
Jun 5, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 21 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 8, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 22 Address delivered at the Fordham Centenary Dinner,
Sep 16, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 23 Agencies of Enlightenment, reprinted -from address delivered to The American College Publicity Association, January 25, 1941,
Oct 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 24 Address delivered at the Dinner of the Committee on Planned Parenthood Celebrating the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Birth Control Federation of American,
Oct 16, 1941
Box: 81 Folder : 25 Address delivered at the Class Day Exercises of the EveningDivisionoftheCollegeofEngineering,
Oct 25, 1941
Box: 82 Folder : 1 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 82 Folder : 2 Address delivered at the Arts and Engineering Dinner,
Feb 10, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 3 Address delivered at the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Dinner of the College of Dentistry,
Mar 19, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 4 New-International concepts, address delivered at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the American Association for Adult Education
May 11, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 5 Commencement Address at NYU
June 7, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 6 Flag Day Address, radio address broadcast over WNYC,
Jun 15, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 7 Presidential Address, reprinted from address delivered on May 11, 1942; published in the Adult Education Journal, Vol. 1, No. 3,
Jul 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 8 Address delivered at the Inauguration of Dr. George D. Stoddard as Commissioner of Education in the University of the State of New York,
Oct 16, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 9 Remarks delivered at the Dinner for Nobel Prize Winners sponsored by the Common Council for American Unity,
Dec 10, 1942
Box: 82 Folder : 10 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 82 Folder : 11 Edison, The Inventor, radio address delivered over WOR for the Thomas A. Edison Birthday Program,
Feb 11, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 12 Remarks broadcast over WBNX for Brotherhood Week 'Program,
Feb 19, 1943-Feb 26, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 13 Commencement Address at University of North Carolina,
Mar 14, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 14 Address delivered at the Fifth Pan-European Conference,
Mar 27, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 15 Remarks delivered at the Tribute Luncheon in Honor of Mr. Charles H. Tuttle,
Apr 1, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 16 Keynote Address before the Twenty-Sixth Convention of the American College Publicity Association,
May 6, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 17 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 9, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 18 Universities and Postwar Planning, printed in After the War; published by the Institute on Postwar Reconstruction, Vol. 1, No. 4,
Oct 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 19 Address delivered at the Opening Conference of the Women's Council for Post War Europe,
Oct 20, 1943
Box: 82 Folder : 20 The Higher Education in Postwar America, published in The American Mercury,
undated
Box: 82 Folder : 21 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 82 Folder : 22 Remarks delivered at the Opening of the Symposium on Medical Education in Relation to the Practice of Medicine of the Future,
Jan 17, 1944
Box: 82 Folder : 23 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 7, 1944
Box: 82 Folder : 24 Remarks delivered at the Army Safety Program Dinner and Conference,
undated
Box: 82 Folder : 25 Colleges in Postwar America, published in The American Mercury,
Jul 1944
Box: 82 Folder : 26 Address delivered at the Medical College Alumni Dinner Honoring Doctors Samuel A. Brown and George B. Wallace,
Oct 26, 1944
Box: 82 Folder : 27 The Dental College Today, published in the New York University Dental Journal,
Dec 1944
Box: 82 Folder : 28 Address delivered at the Nobel Award Dinner,
Dec 10, 1944
Box: 83 Folder : 1 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 2 Education for Peace, address delivered before The Friends of Democracy,
Jan 18, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 3 The Education of Youth for Participation in the Changing World, address delivered before the Meeting of the New York Academy of Public Education,
Feb 20, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 4 Remarks delivered at the Dedication (?) of Dean Thomas M. Balliet Teachers' Library, Gift of Professor Paul Radosavljevich,
Mar 22, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 5 Some Thoughts on Postwar Education, address delivered at the Annual Luncheon of the School of Education Alumni,
Apr 21, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 6 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 13, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 7 Suggested Draft of Remarks for use at the Welfare Council Dinner,
Oct 3, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 8 Remarks made at the Luncheon of the American Scandinavian Foundation,
Nov 3, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 9 Address delivered at the Hall of Residence Dinner for the Medical College Campaign-Mr. Levin's Project,
Dec 4, 1945
Box: 83 Folder : 10 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 11 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 12, 1946
Box: 83 Folder : 12 Remarks delivered at the Opening Dinner of the Medical Center Campaign,
Oct 21, 1946
Box: 83 Folder : 13 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 14 Address delivered: Luncheon for the New York York University-Bellevue Medical Center Campaign Leaders
January 22, 1947
Box: 83 Folder : 15 Remarks delivered at the Fifty-Ninth Annual Dinner of the NYU Law Alumni Association
March 10, 1947
Box: 83 Folder : 16 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 11, 1947
Box: 83 Folder : 17 Address delivered at the Commerce and Industry Division Dinner, NYU-Bellevue Medical Center Campaign,
Sep 30, 1947
Box: 83 Folder : 18 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 19 Remarks delivered at the Sixtieth Annual NYU Law Alumni Association Dinner,
Feb 10, 1948
Box: 83 Folder : 20 Remarks delivered in a Panel Discussion at the Dedication of the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research of Memorial Hospital,
Apr 16, 1948
Box: 83 Folder : 21 Address delivered at the Annual Dinner of the New York Academy of Public Education,
May 18, 1948
Box: 83 Folder : 22 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 9, 1948
Box: 83 Folder : 23 Remarks delivered at the Testimonial Dinner in Honor of U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Florence E. Allen,
Nov 8, 1948
Box: 83 Folder : 24 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 25 Remarks delivered at the Sixty-First Annual NYU Law Alumni Association Dinner in Honor of Chief Justice Arthur T. Vanderbilt,
Feb 10, 1949
Box: 83 Folder : 26 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 15, 1949
Box: 83 Folder : 27 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 28 Remarks delivered at the One Hundred and Twenty Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the National Academy of Design,
Jan 17, 1950
Box: 83 Folder : 29 Address at the Dinner Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance,
Apr 11, 1950
Box: 83 Folder : 30 Commencement Address at NYU,
Jun 14, 1950
Box: 83 Folder : 31 Remarks delivered at the Ceremonies Marking the Inauguration of Gordon Gray as President of the University of North Carolina,
Oct 10, 1950
Box: 83 Folder : 32 Statements of Chancellor Chase,
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 33 Remarks delivered at the Dinner Given in Chancellor Chase's Honor Upon His Retirement,
Jan 24, 1951
Box: 83 Folder : 34 Commencement Address at Hofstra College,
Jun 10, 1951
Box: 83-85 Folder : Miscellaneous Clippings 1938-52 Chase HW
undated
Box: Case II Folder : Drawer 12 Certificate of appointment of Chase to Mayors Business Advisory Committee, signed by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia (Oversize Case II, Drawer 12, left)
1940

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