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Box 2

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Contains 40 Results:

FitzGerald, William, January 17, 1956

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: January 17, 1956

Foster, Pauline, October 16, 1947

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: October 16, 1947

Franklin, Bob, May 6, 1963

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: May 6, 1963

Foos, Donald, December 17, 1972

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: December 17, 1972

Foy, Bernard, September 13, 1950

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: September 13, 1950

Frarey, Carlyle, June 1, 1966

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: June 1, 1966

Fritz, Evelyn, April 4, 1947

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: April 4, 1947

Fry, Helen, February 2, 1954

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: February 2, 1954

Furman, Hazel, March 8, 1965

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: March 8, 1965

Galvin, Hoyt, November 8, 1970

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Wayne Yenawine (1911 – 1981), was a professor of library science, a circulation librarian, and the first dean of Davis College. He came to USC in 1970 and was given a year to gather faculty for the college, and after that spent another year establishing curriculum for the students. Yenawine helped to open the college to its first students in 1972 and by summer of 1973 had graduated the first class. Under Yenawine, the College achieved American Library Association (ALA) accreditation in June...
Dates: November 8, 1970