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Tax Reform, 1973-1975
Collection Description & Creator Information
The collection documents the activities of three consecutive administrators who held the position of vice presidents for finance, either solely or in combination with the roles of treasurer and vice president for administration: Paul B. Firstenberg (1972-1976), Carl W. Schafer (1976-1987), and Richard R. Spies (1988-2001). Also included are the records of Laurel B. Harvey, who served as assistant vice president for finance and administration under Schafer and Spies. The records consist of subject files, correspondence, and departmental budget reports. Also in the collection are the meeting minutes and notes of the many committees upon which the vice president sat, including the Priorities Committee, the Resources Committee, the Personnel Oversight Committee, and the Community Affairs Committee.
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Tax Reform; Office of the Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Records, AC233, Princeton University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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