Subseries 14B: Correspondence
5 boxes (2 partial)
This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.
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Collection Creator: Princeton University. Office of the President..
Extent: 5 boxes (2 partial)
Materials generated by the office of the president are closed for 40 years from the date of their creation. Some records relating to personnel or students are closed for longer periods of time.
Subseries 14B: Correspondence, 1882-1935 [bulk: 1914-1918], is arranged chronologically, and while it ranges across Hibben's entire presidency, most of this material relates to the First World War and the curricular and institutional adjustments that were designed to promote the Allied cause. Hibben was a strong proponent of preparedness and advocated American intervention on behalf of the Allies. Examples of Hibben's wartime correspondence include descriptions of the war in England from Arthur Shipley, master of Christ's College, Cambridge (box 70, folder 2); letters concerning the Belgium relief effort (box 61, folder 2) and summer military training camps (box 61, folder 5); and the process of forming an Officers Training Corps unit (box 70, folder 3) and a school of military aeronautics (box 70, folder 5) at Princeton University. In addition, this subseries contains correspondence from Anne Lindbergh to Mrs. Hibben.
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Subseries 14B: Correspondence; 1882-1935; Office of the President Records : Jonathan Dickinson to Harold W. Dodds Subgroup, Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.
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