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Correspondence and reports on the proposed "Basic Data System," an effort to improve the admissions process, 1959-1963
Collection Description & Creator Information
The files relate exclusively to Princeton. They include correspondence and reports related to Osborn's service as a charter trustee and member of various advisory committees, during which time one major project was the commissioning of a Carnegie-funded "Study of Education at Princeton University." Also detailed is Osborn's later work on the computerization of the University data files for the improvement of the admissions process.
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The collection is open for research use.
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Correspondence and reports on the proposed "Basic Data System," an effort to improve the admissions process; Frederick H. Osborn Papers, AC322, Princeton University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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