Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (James Marion Farr, Acting President)
Scope and Content
Administrative correspondence and records of Acting President Farr. Of special interest is a report on the admission of women to the university, documents related to attacks on the University of Florida and the Florida State College for Women by Sidney Catts, and information on the opening of radio station WRUF. A survey conducted by an unidentified visitation team on March 29, 1928 was added to the series in 2006. It was found in the records of University Historian Samuel Proctor.
- University of Florida. Office of the President. (Organization)
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James M. Farr served as the University of Florida's vice president from 1905 to 1935. After the death of Albert A. Murpree on December 20, 1927, Farr acted as university president until the arrival of James J. Tigert in September, 1928.
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Administrative correspondence of acting University of Florida President James M. Farr, who served in 1927-1928.
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- A Guide to the Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (James Marion Farr, Acting President)
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