Series I. Correspondence/Subject files, 1947-1995
Scope and Contents
There is substantial correspondence with Andrews' mentor, Edmund P. Learned. The bulk of these letters were written while Andrews was in Switzerland during the academic year of 1958 -1959. The correspondence with Learned includes a long memorandum from Andrews discussing the focus of his book, Nook Farm and its relationship to business policy; and letters discussing the development of the Business Policy course. (There is also correspondence with Edmund P. Learned in Series III. Research and Writing.)
This series includes a letter from Andrews to Nathan Pusey, President of Harvard (July 18, 1969) on choosing a new dean for Harvard Business School; and correspondence related to efforts to establish a graduate school of business administration at the University of Witwatersrand (1964-1966) in South Africa.
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Extent52 linear feet (119 boxes, 1 carton)
23 kilobytes (2 files from 3 disks)
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