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Guide to the Bayrd Still Lectures on the Early History of New York University MC.43

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Biographical Note

Bayrd Still worked at New York University (NYU) from 1947-1987 as an archivist and professor in the history department. He served as the University Archivist from 1975-1987 and delivered these lectures as part of the University's sesquicentennial celebration in 1982. The lectures were given in a series of four talks to the NYU community on March 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th of that year.

For more information on Dr. Still's teaching and scholarship, you may wish to consult the Bayrd Still Papers, also at the New York University Archives.