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The collection contains the resume and obituary of Daniel Favero, papers and records concerning the accounting and business classes he taught, records pertaining to the School of Business and Economics from 1959-2009, and the struggle for four-year status of Weber College. Collection also contains plans for the development of the Harrison campus and the planning guide for the business building.
The files are arranged alphabetically by topic and then chronologically. The addendum is also organized alphabetically by topic and then chronologically.
This collection contains the research and writings of L. Kay Gillespie on crime, quackery, media, social class, and miscellaneous topics. It also contains papers and photographs related to his time as a professor as well as personal documents.
This collection contains publications, oral histories, autobiographies, booklets, and newspaper articles.
The files are arranged chronologically and there under alphabetically; Series 1, Academic Years 1953-1959; Series 2, Academic Years, 1960-1966; Series 3, Academic Years 1960-1977; and Series 4, Personal Investigations, 1953-1974. The unprocessed addendum is organized in original order.