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Archives’ guides to chancellors collections now online
The Syracuse University Archives is pleased to announce that the finding aids to the collections of our first four Chancellors have been processed and are available on the archives’ web site at http://archives.syr.edu/collections/chancellors/. These finding aids, or guides, provide biographies, information about the collections, and an inventory of the contents of each. The collections of these first four chancellors—Alexander Winchell (1873-1874), Erastus O. Haven (1874-1880), Charles N. Sims (1881-1893) and James Roscoe Day (1894-1922)—were processed and described by graduate students working in the archives over the past few years.
The collections of later chancellors are quite large and will be processed as resources are available.
Contact Person: Meg Mason, assistant archivist
Archives & Records Management