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4/6. Charles P. Norton, 1905-1920

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 4/6
A lawyer who graduated from Harvard in 1880, Norton helped found the Buffalo Law School, which was assumed into the University of Buffalo in 1891. Norton is now considered the sixth Chancellor of the University holding the office from 1905-1920. During his tenure the College of Arts and Sciences was established and the property that became South Campus was acquired. His last public appearance as the University's chief executive was in June 1920 when he broke ground for the University's new campus. [Walter P. Cooke, chairman of the University Council, served as Acting Chancellor from 1920-1922]
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Charles P. Norton speeches

 Collection — Box 1: [39072039027440]
Identifier: 4-6-18
Abstract Two scrapbooks of speeches, 1905-07 (incomplete), and a few items up to 1920, of Charles P. Norton, University of Buffalo Chancellor 1905-1920.