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Guide to The Packer Collegiate Institute records 2014.019

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Container List

Series 10: Presidents, Headmasters, and Heads of School, 1874-1969. 4 Cubic Feet

Scope and Contents

The series contains files relating to six headmasters, presidents, and heads of school of Packer, dating from 1874 to 1969.

Arrangement

The series is arranged into six sub-series:

Sub-series 10.1: Alonzo Crittenden

Sub-series 10.2: Truman Jay Backus

Sub-series 10.3: Edward J. Goodwin

Sub-series 10.4: John Denbigh

Sub-series 10.5: Paul D. Shafer

Sub-series 10.6: Jack Skillman

Sub-series 10.1: Alonzo Crittenden, 1874, 1885, 1944. 0.2 Cubic Feet in three folders

Scope and Contents

The sub-series contains one letter written by Crittenden (1874), and three copies of Sketch of the Life, Character and Work of Alonzo Crittenden (1885).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 157 Folder : 24 Letter written by Dr. Crittenden
1874, 1944
Box: 524 Folder : 1 Sketch of the Life, Character and Work of Alonzo Crittenden (one copy)

General note

Donated in memory of Martha Atwater, 2013

1885
Box: 524 Folder : 2 Sketch of the Life, Character and Work of Alonzo Crittenden (two copies)
1885

Sub-series 10.2: Truman Jay Backus, 1880s-1928. 1.5 Cubic Feet in four boxes

Scope and Contents

This sub-series includes two significant sets of correspondence. The first is correspondence to/from Dr. Truman Jay Backus (1842-1908), President of the Faculty at Packer Collegiate Institute from September 1883 through March 1908. The range of topics covered in this correspondence to/from Dr. Truman Jay Backus (1842-1908) includes scholastic accommodations and referrals for students, scholarship recommendations, faculty accommodations, and recommendations for teacher applicants and administrative matters such as building maintenance and facilities.

The sub-series has been broken into four sub-sub-series that include: 1) Multiple Correspondences arranged alphabetically by name; 2) General Correspondence between teachers; 3) Chronological files; and 4) Biographical/Memorabilia of Truman J. Backus

Multiple Correspondences

Highlights from this sub-sub-series include correspondence with William C. Lawton which constitutes a full exchange between Lawton and Dr. Backus about a teaching position, including interesting professional negotiations. Mr. Lawton did not end up teaching at the school. Noteworthy are the teacher recommendations made to Backus by Miss Lucy M. Salmon, Associate Professor of History at Vassar.

Additional materials include a folder containing correspondence between Backus and members of the Board of Trustees including letters from Board member Seth Low (1850-1916), who was the Mayor of Brooklyn, the Mayor of New York City, and served as the President of Columbia University. It also includes a six-page letter from Mr. McKeen, board member, in opposition to recommendations to the board to increase tuition. Also of noted significance is the last folder in the sub-series: correspondences between parents and Dr. Backus (1882-1891). The topics covered in this set include parental concerns over scarlet fever, scholarships, and lunch dismissals.

General Correspondence

Contains letters between Truman J. Backus and members of the teaching faculty. There is a letter written by Backus to the teaching staff asking for their opinions on the usage of the phrases "awfully bad" and "awfully pretty" (1900) and several responses from the teaching staff.

In addition, an eight-page letter from the Committee on Instruction (1899) regarding the possible reduction in teaching staff; a twenty page Report from Dr. Backus to the Committee on Instruction (1886) regarding curriculum; reports from Miss Susan K. Cook, teacher of "Mental and Moral Philosophy"; a report on individual teacher performance and recommendations about changes in assignments for teachers. This final report provides instructions on teaching etiquette accompanied by a 3 page statistical report.

Chronological files

Includes folders that span the years 1883-1894 with the exception of 1893.

Biographical/Memorabilia of Truman J. Backus

Contained in this sub-sub-series are 1) Published items written by Dr. Backus and 2) Biographical material about Dr. Backus. There is a short pamphlet written by Dr. Backus entitled: "Various Phases of an Important Subject" pertaining to the education of Blacks in the South, published by American Missionary Association, 12 pages. This sub series also contains a memorial essay written about the school's founder, Harriet Packer by Dr. Backus, and describes the education of young women in Brooklyn, in addition to detailing the first meeting between Dr. Backus and Mrs. Packer.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 88 Folder : 1 Allinson, Francis G. (1856 – 1931) Prof. of Classical Philology at Brown University. 1898 – ? Regarding Employment.
1891
Box: 88 Folder : 2 Andrew, V. L., Prof. of Greek Language and Literature, Colgate University
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 3 Babbott, Frank L., Correspondence and Input on Staff Recommendations
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 4 Bach Correspondence
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 5 Backus, Various Family Members Including Irene, (sister); R.B, (son), and Mary E. Williams.
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 6 Bacon, George A., High School Principal
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 7 Barnes, A. J., Scholarship Recommendation
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 8 Capen, Frank S., Prof. at Colby University
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 9 Christensen, G.
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 10 Cooke, Emilie V., Student recommendations
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 11 Crawford, Miss, Student recommendations
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 12 Crittenden, Esq., Legal advice
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 13 Gates, Merrill, President Of Amherst College
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 14 Goode, G. Brown, 1851 – 1896, Ichthyologist, Assistant. Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 15 Jardin & sons, Regarding School Organ
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 16 Kendrick, J. Ryland, Reverend. President of Vassar and Professor of Moral Philosophy
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 17 Kirchner, C., Livestock Transaction
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 18 Laighton, George. Scholarship Inquiry to/from Backus
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 19 Lawton, William C., Includes a full exchange between Lawton and Backus about Position Negotiation Back and Forth.
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 20 Marvin, T. H., Re: Advertising in Brooklyn Eagle, and other Local Outposts
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 21 Midmer, Re: Exchange about Church Organ
1880s
Box: 88 Folder : 22 Salmon, Lucy M., 1853 – 1927, Established History Department at Vassar College in 1887, served as Associate Professor of History at Vassar, (1891) Re: Recommendations for Teacher Applicants.
1891
Box: 88 Folder : 23 Van Cott, Joshua M., Chairman on Committee on Instruction at Packer; Delegate to Republican National Convention from New York; Van Cott, Alexander H.
1885-1886
Box: 88 Folder : 24 Watkins, Albert B., University of State of New York
1880s
Box: 524 Folder : 5 Letter from Backus to Appolene W. Wright
1904
Box: 88 Folder : 25 Correspondence between Truman Jay Backus and members of the Board of Trustees 1885 – 1907. Including: Low, Seth, 1850 – 1916, Member of Packer Institute Board of Trustees (Mayor of Brooklyn, 1881 – 1885) (Columbia University President, 1890 – 1901); McKeen, Mr., Member of Board of Trustees * Includes 6 Page Letter in Opposition to Board Recommendation to Increase Tuition. Presented Directly to Board; Orr, A.E.  Member of Board of Trustees; Packer, William S., Member of Board of Trustees; Report re: The Jubilee
1885-1907
Box: 88 Folder : 26 Correspondence Between Parents and Truman Jay Backus
1882-1891
Box: 88 Folder : 27 Stevens, Prof. Incoming and outgoing
1883
Box: 88 Folder : 28 Stevens, Prof. Incoming and outgoing
1884-1887
Box: 88 Folder : 29 Stevens, Prof. Incoming and outgoing
1889-1891
Box: 89 Folder : 1 Scott, Miss M.A., Teacher at the Packer, Incoming and Outgoing
1884-1886
Box: 89 Folder : 2 Scott, Miss M.A., Teacher at the Packer 1886 – 1888. Dispute when Backus asks for her Resignation.
1880s
Box: 89 Folder : 3 Hale, Miss Gertrude E., Teacher at the Packer, 1888 – 1891.
1880s
Box: 89 Folder : 4 Savage, Miss Helen C., Teacher at the Packer, 1891 – 1903.
1880s
Box: 89 Folder : 5 Containing Other Significant Teacher Related Correspondence: Between Backus and the Teaching Staff, 1900; Report re: Latin department by Miss Davis, Undated; Reduction in Teaching Staff from Committee on Instruction, 1899.
1899-1900
Box: 89 Folder : 6 General Teacher correspondence
1887-1890
Box: 89 Folder : 7 Committee on Instruction, Report from Truman Jay Backus to Committee. Includes Curriculum, Reports from Miss Susan K Cook teacher of "Mental and Moral Philosophy"; Reports on some Individual Teachers Performance and Recommendations about Changes in Assignments for Teachers.
1886
Box: 89 Folder : 8 - 22 General correspondence (14 folders)
1883-1894
Box: 90 Folder : 1 Draft letter from Backus to Pres. of Vassar, lengthy
1882
Box: 524 Folder : 3 "Methods of Teaching English Literature" by Truman J. Backus
1889
Box: 524 Folder : 4 "The Education of Young Women" - Truman J. Backus lecture at the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences

General note

Handwritten lecture composition book and admission ticket

1892
Box: 90 Folder : 2 Booklet Honoring the 75th Anniversary of Packer Institute Containing Prints, History of Building, Biography of Truman J. Backus, Photographs of Notables. 18 Pages. Good Condition.
1928
Box: 90 Folder : 3 Short pamphlet written by Backus Entitled: "Various Phases of an Important Subject" Pertaining to Education of Blacks in the South. Published by American Missionary Association.
Undated
Box: 90 Folder : 4 A Memorial Essay Written About Harriet Packer by Dr. Backus, Containing a Narrative about His First Meeting with Her.
Undated
Box: 90 Folder : 5 Lecture Notes, "History of English", Undated. Fragile.
Undated
Box: 90 Folder : 6 A list of addresses or speeches made by Backus between 1889 and 1895, a grouping of tickets to an Address entitled "The Education of Young Women" sponsored by the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences
1892
Box: 90 Folder : 7 Newspaper Clippings and Obituary of Truman J. Backus, Fragile.
1908
Box: 90 Folder : 8 Two contracts for "memorial windows" signed by Truman J. Backus from the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, 1899
1899
Box: 90 Folder : 9 Information for Backus Memorial
1906

Sub-series 10.3: Edward J. Goodwin, 1907-1918. 0.1 Cubic Feet in four folders

Scope and Contents

The sub-series contains three published lectures by Edward J. Goodwin (1907-1908), as well as a set of verses that were presented to Goodwin by the faculty in 1918.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 524 Folder : 6 "The New York System of Secondary Schools" - Edward J. Goodwin lecture
1907
Box: 524 Folder : 7 "The Exclusion of Religious Instruction from the Public Schools" - Edward J. Goodwin lecture
1907
Box: 524 Folder : 8 "The Present Status of Public Education" - Edward J. Goodwin lecture
1908
Box: 524 Folder : 9 Verses accompying a gift of money for the purchase of books, presented to Goodwin by the faculty
1918

Sub-series 10.4: John Denbigh, 1921-1930s. 0.1 Cubic Feet in two folders

Scope and Contents

The sub-series contains items relating to John Denbigh, including correspondence regarding M. Sugimoto (1921) and articles written by or about Denbigh (1930s).

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 524 Folder : 10 John Denbigh correspondence regarding M. Sugimoto
1921
Box: 524 Folder : 11 Articles written by or about Denbigh
1930s

Sub-series 10.5: Paul D. Shafer, 1938-1960s. 2.8 Cubic Feet in seven boxes

Scope and Contents

This sub-series contains assorted materials from Packer Collegiate Institute's President Dr. Paul Shafer, 1938 – 1968.

The first group of materials consists of speeches delivered to students, faculty, parents and/or alumni by Dr. Shafer between 1930-1953. The speeches address WWII and its impact on education. Speeches following WWII are addressed to the PTA and focus on education within the home. Two examples of Shafer's writings appear in print outside of the Packer community: Forbes Magazine and Vital Speeches of the Day. A large formal document, with the signature and official seal of New York City's Mayor, Fiorello H. LaGuardia, and names Shafer a trustee of the Brooklyn Public Library. Shafer's 1967 announcement of his retirement is also included in the series by the Alumni Association. Materials are in good condition, although, Vital Speeches of the Day magazine's condition is deteriorating and should be handled with care.

The secound group of material consists of Dr. Shafer's office files. Arranged in rough chronological order for the academic years between 1960-1967. Folders include: Annual Report, Daily Program, Finances, School Organization and Administration and Teacher Reports. Items within this group detail Dr. Shafer's philosophy of education, his leadership style and his thoughts regarding topical issues pertaining to the school as a whole. The format of materials ranges from printed programs to handwritten notes on 4 x 7 colored note cards.

The Annual Report folders contain President Shafer's notes in preparation of his reports to the Board of Trustees. The Daily Program folders contain Dr. Shafer's notes for addresses to groups including the Board of Trustees, faculty, and students at the beginning of the each school year. Many notes are typed with handwritten edits while others are handwritten. There are printed programs for school events such as theater performances or the Christmas Carol Sing. There are minutes from meetings of the Board, and there are lists such as, "Colleges entered by graduates of the Academic School."

The Finance Reports are inconsistent between 1960 and 1968. The Treasurer of the Board of Trustees is responsible for delivering these reports detailing school expenses for events such as theater performances or the Spring Concert.

The School Administration and Organization folders contain items dealing with campus life and the President's responsibilities. Some items are related to the faculty such as a description of the school's Major Medical Insurance policy coverage and a list of new teachers, or instructions, such as "Procedures for Examinations." Some items detail student life, for example Permission Slip forms for a school dance or a directive regarding the lapsed enforcement of rules prohibiting girls from leaving school between the times of arrival and dismissal. Miscellaneous items include air raid drill instructions and a list of families with two or more children in the school.

The Teachers' Report folders are comprised of evaluations by faculty members, reports on the activities school clubs and reports from the dean and department heads. Among the materials are mimeographed examples of class assignments and exams.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 91 Folder : 1 Photographs of Dr. Paul Shafer
1967
Box: 91 Folder : 2 Manuscript of Dr. Paul Shafer's Report
1938-1939
Box: 91 Folder : 3 Dr. Paul Shafer's Speech Pages
circa 1940
Box: 91 Folder : 4 Dr. Paul Shafer's Untitled Speech, "The Packer Collegiate Institute – A Junior College for Young Women."
circa 1940
Box: 91 Folder : 5 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Bender of the Twig" January 16
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 6 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Responsibilities of Outstanding Achievement" March 22
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 7 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Secondary Education in Our Democracy" March 28
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 8 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Literacy for Democracy" April 3
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 9 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Marked for Life" May 4
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 10 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Around the Bend" June 7
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 11 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Certificate to the 4th Academics" June 9
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 12 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "The Need of the Modern School for the Home" August 11
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 13 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Educating for Democracy" August 11
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 14 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Forward For Student Council Constitutions" October
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 15 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "General Education at Minnesota" November 25
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 16 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "What is Packer Doing?" April 27
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 17 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: Commencement
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 18 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Certificates for the Fourth Academics" June 7
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 19 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "The Packer Collegiate Institute" Summer
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 20 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "All Saint's Day" November 1
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 21 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Preparedness, Education, And Youth" November
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 22 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Founder's Day" November 8
1940
Box: 91 Folder : 23 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Forward Looking Thought" January 14
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 24 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "As Your Work Begins" February 5
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 25 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Packer Today" May 11
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 26 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Today is Mother's Day" May 11
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 27 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Certificate to the Fourth Academics" June 6
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 28 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Commencement" June
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 29 Dr. Shafer's words to the School in Chapel. December
1941
Box: 91 Folder : 30 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "The Chapter and the Book" January
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 31 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Commencement"
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 32 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Fourth Academic Exercises" June 5
1945
Box: 91 Folder : 33 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "The Junior College Meets Many Requirements of a Society Organized For War" June
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 34 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Schools and Colleges Accept War Tasks but Must Carry on Regular Work" June 30
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 35 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Opening Chapel" November 23
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 36 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech: "Priorities for Parents" October 14
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 37 Dr. Paul Shafer's Letter to Alumni
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 38 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech "Chapel Speech on Packer & The War"
1942
Box: 91 Folder : 39 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Concerning our Common Task" February 8
1944
Box: 91 Folder : 40 Dr. Paul Shafer – Graduation Exercises Speech. July 10
1944
Box: 91 Folder : 41 Dr. Paul Shafer, Article "A First Concern: Religion," from The Presbyterian, January 11.
1947
Box: 91 Folder : 42 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech "The Logical Expectations of Youth," February 5
1947
Box: 91 Folder : 43 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech "The High Hopes of Parents and Teachers," February 3
1948
Box: 91 Folder : 44 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech "The Home and the School: Fashion Centers of Ideas," February 7
1950
Box: 91 Folder : 45 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech " The Adventure and the Goal," February 6
1951
Box: 91 Folder : 46 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Our Lasting Impression," February 6
1952
Box: 91 Folder : 47 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "The Individual, the Average, the Group," February 4
1953
Box: 91 Folder : 48 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "The Worth – While is Difficult," June 4
1954
Box: 91 Folder : 49 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, " The Expansion of Self," June 7
1954
Box: 91 Folder : 50 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "Packer's 114th Opening"
1957
Box: 91 Folder : 51 Dr. Paul Shafer speeches
1945-1953
Box: 91 Folder : 52 Letter to Paul Shafer from Sidney Davidson. October 21
1953
Box: 91 Folder : 53 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, "A Look at our Tasks," November 18
1958
Box: 91 Folder : 54 Dr. Paul Shafer's Retirement Announcement
1967
Box: 91 Folder : 55 Dr. Paul Shafer's Retirement
1968
Box: 91 Folder : 56 A quote from Dr. Paul Shafer in Forbes and a speech printed in Vital Speeches
1947
Box: 91 Folder : 57 School Organization, Letter to parents
1939
Box: 91 Folder : 58 Dr. Paul Shafer's printed speeches
circa 1940s-1950s
Box: 91 Folder : 59 Dr. Paul Shafer's speech, " A Gentle Authority," February 16
1949
Box: 92 Folder : 1 Report to the Board of Trustees
1938-1939
Box: 92 Folder : 2 Report for Academic Years
1939-1940
Box: 92 Folder : 3 A Statement for the Consideration of the Trustees of Packer. February 12
1940
Box: 92 Folder : 4 Raymond P. Shafer Gubernatorial Election – Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper Article I, January 18.
1967
Box: 92 Folder : 5 Raymond P. Shafer Gubernatorial Election – Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper Article I, January 18.
1967
Box: 92 Folder : 6 Raymond P. Shafer Gubernatorial Election – The Patriot Newspaper Article I, January 18.
1967
Box: 92 Folder : 7 Raymond P. Shafer Gubernatorial Election – The Patriot Newspaper Article II, January 18
1967
Box: 92 Folder : 8 Raymond P. Shafer Gubernatorial Election – The Patriot Newspaper Article III, January 18.
1967
Box: 92 Folder : 9 Daily Programs. June 23 – December
1959
Box: 92 Folder : 10 Daily Programs
1960-1961
Box: 92 Folder : 11 Daily Programs. January – July
1960
Box: 92 Folder : 12 Daily Programs
1961-1962
Box: 92 Folder : 13 Daily Programs. June 30 – June 13
1962
Box: 92 Folder : 14 School Organization
1960-1961
Box: 93 Folder : 1 Daily Programs
1962-1963
Box: 93 Folder : 2 Daily Programs. January 1 – June
1963
Box: 93 Folder : 3 Daily Programs
1963-1964
Box: 93 Folder : 4 Daily Programs. January – June
1964
Box: 93 Folder : 5 Finances
1961-1964
Box: 93 Folder : 6 School Organization
1962-1963
Box: 93 Folder : 7 School Organization and Administration
1963-1964
Box: 93 Folder : 8 Daily Programs
1964-1965
Box: 94 Folder : 1 Daily Programs
1964-1965
Box: 94 Folder : 2 Finances
1965-1967
Box: 94 Folder : 3 School Administration & Organization
1964
Box: 94 Folder : 4 Teacher's Reports
1964-1965
Box: 94 Folder : 5 Annual Report & Teacher's Reports
1966
Box: 94 Folder : 6 Daily Programs
1965-1966
Box: 95 Folder : 1 Daily Programs. January
1966
Box: 95 Folder : 2 "My Report" (Dr. Paul Shafer)
1965-1966
Box: 95 Folder : 3 Report Materials
1965-1966
Box: 95 Folder : 4 School Organization
1965-1966
Box: 95 Folder : 5 Annual Report. Notes and materials
1966-1967
Box: 95 Folder : 6 Daily Programs. Christmas Plays. June
1966-1967
Box: 95 Folder : 7 Daily Programs. May 12 – June 15
1966-1967
Box: 95 Folder : 8 Daily Programs. January – May
1967
Box: 95 Folder : 9 Letter to Dr. Paul Shafer from Elizabeth Phillips, Conference Report May 8
1967
Box: 95 Folder : 10 End of year Faculty Reports
1966-1967
Box: 96 Folder : 1 Student Club Reports
1967
Box: 96 Folder : 2 School Organization
1966-1967
Box: 524 Folder : 12 Paul D. Shafer Christmas cards
circa 1940s-1960s
Box: 524 Folder : 13 "Caronia Cruise" by Paul D. Shafer

General note

"A metrical tale of a trip around South America"

1953

Sub-series 10.6: Jack Skillman, 1968-1969. 0.1 Cubic Feet in three folders

Scope and Contents

The sub-series contains a few items relating to Jack Skillman, dating from 1968 to 1969.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 524 Folder : 14 Skillman biographical information
1968
Box: 524 Folder : 15 Skillman appointment announcement
1968
Box: 524 Folder : 16 Skillman correspondence - Lillian S. Dugan
1969

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