Pusey, Nathan M. (Nathan Marsh), 1907-2001
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: UAI 15.900
Overview: Nathan Marsh Pusey (1907-2001) was the twenty-fourth president of Harvard University from 1953 to 1971. This collection contains material from his personal and professional life starting chiefly from after his retirement from Harvard University in 1971, to his death in 2001.
Overview: Correspondence, minutes, reports, audiotapes, etc., of Boston National Organization for Women, an organization working for legal, economic, and social equality for women.
Overview: Official Radcliffe College correspondence, reports, minutes, etc., of Mary Bunting-Smith, professor and fifth president of Radcliffe College.
Overview: Minutes, memos, reports, etc., of Seven Associated Colleges Alumna Clubs, which began in 1926 at Radcliffe, and held annual luncheon meetings in Boston, Mass.
FOUND IN: Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine) / Record Group: Harvard Medical School. Office of the Dean recordsSub-Group Identifier: RG M-DE01
Scope and Content: The records of the Office of the Dean are a product of the administrative activities of the Dean of Harvard Medical School (HMS), primarily in the years 1963-1978, under the tenure of Dean Robert Higgins Ebert (1914-1996). Record types consist of correspondence, meeting minutes and agenda, memoranda, reports, proposals, committee records, and a smaller number of handwritten notes, receipts, article reprints, press releases, photographs, flyers, programs, newspaper clippings and other printed...
Overview: Contents of this collection relate to Leach's teaching career, professional activities, service in the Air Force during World War II, and involvement in national defense matters. Includes material relating to his role as consultant to the Air Force, 1946-1966, his work with Harvard University's Defense Policy Seminar, which he founded, and drafts of an incomplete autobiography.
Overview: The papers of William Henry Hastie relate to his professional career, mainly starting with 1937, until his death in 1976; to his interest in and championship of civic causes; and to his efforts in behalf of anti-discrimination. There are small groups of drafts of speeches and of biographical material, the latter relating to his various appointments, and to academic and civic honors.