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Overview: The Harvard University Graduate School of Education Center for Field Studies existed from 1950 to 1968 and engaged in analysis of educational problems made at the request of state and local boards of education, legislative committees and other educational agencies. The records consist of research results for publication and raw research files for a number of studies.
Overview: The records of the Deans of the Harvard University Graduate School of Education document the administration of research and teaching in the field of education at Harvard chiefly from the founding of the Graduate School of Education in 1920 through 1972. Some records pre-date the Graduate School Education.
Overview: The records of the Deans of the Harvard University Graduate School of Education document the administration of research and teaching in the field of education at Harvard during the latter years of the administration of Dean Paul N. Ylvisaker and the early years of the administration of Dean Patricia Albjerg Graham.
Overview: Paul N. Ylvisaker served as Dean of the Harvard University Graduate School of Education from 1972 to 1982. These records cover the first six years of Dean Ylvisaker's administration.
Scope and Contents: Academic student records for students who attended the Harvard University Graduate School of Education (HGSE) doctoral programs and separated from the School between 1952 and 1983.
Overview: The Harvard Graduate School of Education Psycho-Educational Clinic was founded in 1917. Walter Fenno Dearborn was the Director from 1917 to 1947. The primary aim of the Psycho-Educational Clinic was to study and improve the reading abilities of patients, particularly children, with serious reading disabilities such as dyslexia. The Records of the Psycho-Educational Clinic contain correspondence, research materials, patient records, publications, lectures, student materials, and other records...
Overview: Records of fund-raising activity to support the Harvard University Graduate School of Education's endowment, fellowships, scholarships, financial aid, research projects, and alumni services.
Overview: Collection of 231 postcards, collected by Thomas T. Winant, chiefly depicting exteriors of Harvard and Radcliffe buildings, as well as Harvard landmarks, Cambridge views, and Harvard's graduate schools. Most of the postcards are blank, but some were mailed and contain writing. Postmarks for the latter suggest that the bulk dates from 1904 to 1908; however, there are about 20 postcards that are probably from the 1990s.