Inglis, Alexander J., 1924
Scope and Contents
Records from the Office of the Chancellor pertaining to eight memorials, mainly of early University luminaries, spanning 1924-1946. Includes remarks by Chancellor Samuel P. Capen and others. Memorials consist of David Adie (School of Social Work), A.G. Bartholomew (University Council), Walter P. Cooke (University Council), Walter J. Goodale (University Council and School of Medicine), Alexander J. Inglis (Harvard University), Edward W. Koch (School of Medicine), Edward J. Meyer (School of Medicine), Charles G. Stockton (School of Medicine), and Daniel H. Squire (School of Dentistry).
Folders on Phi Kappa Phi petition for chapter at UB, open to all honors students of all departments, 1924; 25th and 50th anniversaries of the College of Arts and Sciences, in 1938 and 1964, respectively and the 1929 Endowment Campaign. Also includes details of the Rockefeller Foundation funded General Education Board. The General Education Board conducted a study, 1931-1936, for the purpose of “selecting, guiding, and instructing superior students from area high schools who plan to enter UB as BA candidates.” Researchers should consult annual reports (5/2/MF 353-454) from 1936-1945 and University of Buffalo Studies (vol. IX and vol. XIII) for additional documentation on the “Study of the Superior Student.”
- Other: 1924
- From the Collection: University of Buffalo. Office of the Chancellor (Organization)
Terms of Access and Use
Greater University of Buffalo Development Program and other events is open to researchers.
From the Collection: 2 Linear Feet (5 manuscript boxes)
Language of Materials
Part of the University Archives Repository
420 Capen Hall
Buffalo New York 14260-1674 US