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A Guide to the Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (John James Tigert)

Finding aid created by Dept. Staff

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
January 2012


Descriptive Summary

Creator: University of Florida. Office of the President.
Title: Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (John James Tigert)
Dates: 1928-1947
Abstract: Administrative records of John James Tigert, third president of the University of Florida, including correspondence, memoranda, building construction records, reports, committee minutes, and other records.
Extent: 35.3 Linear feet. 85 boxes.
Identification: Series P7
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

John James Tigert was born February 11, 1882, the third child of John James Tigert III (1857?-1906) and Amelia McTyeire Tigert. Amelia Tigert was the daughter of Bishop Holland Nimmons McTyeire, first president of the Board of Trust of Vanderbilt University. Her mother, Amelia Townsend McTyeire, was a cousin of Cornelius Vanderbilt. John James Tigert III was a member of Vanderbilt's faculty and a bishop in the Methodist Church.

John J. Tigert received his secondary education at the Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee. He enrolled at Vanderbilt in 1899 and received his B.A. in 1904. He excelled in academics and athletics, and was the first Rhodes Scholar selected from Tennessee. He attended Oxford from 1904 to 1906. The degree M.A. Oxon. was conferred upon Tigert in 1915.

Upon his return from Oxford, Tigert taught philosophy at Central Methodist College in Saint Louis, Missouri. There he met and married Edith J. Bristol. In 1909, he was selected president of Kentucky Wesleyan College. In 1913, Tigert moved to the University of Kentucky where he accepted the Chair of Philosophy. He was appointed Chair of the Psychology Department in 1919 and served briefly as head of the Athletic Department and coach of the football team. He taught at Kentucky for ten years with an absence during World War I when he served as a YMCA volunteer in the American Expeditionary Force. In 1921, Warren S. Harding selected Tigert for the post of Commissioner of Education. He served in both the Harding and Coolidge administrations.

In 1928, Tigert accepted the presidency of the University of Florida and arrived on campus in September of that year. His administration began in the midst of an economic crisis that had brought a serious decline in state revenues. The state's economic woes continued throughout the Great Depression. Consequently, money for expansion of the physical plant and curriculum was largely unavailable during his twenty year tenure. The only major addition to the catalog was a School of Forestry. His major accomplishments occurred in the areas of curricular reform, administrative organization, and research support.

Under his guidance, the undergraduate program was reorganized. Entrance requirements were strengthened and all applicants were required to pass a comprehensive placement exam before they could be accepted. To curb excessive failure rates in the lower classes, the General College was created in 1935 and standardized testing for freshmen and sophomores was instituted. An Associate of Arts diploma was conferred on graduates of the General College. For many financially strapped students, the A.A. degree was often a terminal one. The creation of the General College also allowed the other colleges to expand the number of upper-level courses. The first non-agricultural research centers were created in 1930 with the founding of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs (now Center for Latin American Studies) and the Bureau of Economic and Business Research. The Research Council was organized in 1939 to develop policies on patents and copyrights and to stimulate research. It is the forerunner of today's research development offices. During Tigert's presidency, the quantity and quality of faculty publication increased as did the level of graduate research. The first Ph.D.s were awarded in 1934 in the areas of chemistry and pharmacy.

Student enrollment had risen to over 2000 by the time Tigert arrived in 1928. To meet the needs of these students, Tigert created a Dean of Students and appointed B. A. Tolbert to the position. Tigert also organized an executive body, the University Council, to serve as the president's cabinet and budget committee. The Council was composed of all deans, the president, the registrar, and the University's secretary. A University Senate was also embodied in the University's first constitution. The Senate included the Council, faculty representatives, and key administrators from non-academic units.

The end of World War II created a demand for college education nationwide. The University of Florida's enrollment soared to 7000 in 1946. Wooden classroom buildings and dormitories sprang up to accommodate returning veterans. Many of these "temporary" buildings were still being used in the 1970s. Tigert oversaw the first years of postwar expansion and then announced his retirement in 1947. He later accepted a teaching position in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Miami. Before he started, though, he was asked to join the Indian Higher Education Commission created to survey conditions in India's universities and to plan a program for India's system of higher education. He returned to Miami in 1950 and served on the faculty until 1959. In 1960, the University of Florida's new administration building was named in his honor. He died January 21, 1965 at the age of 82.


Scope and Content

Series P7 contains the administrative records of John James Tigert, third president of the University of Florida. The series contains correspondence, memoranda, building construction records, reports, committee minutes, and other records. Included in the series is Tigert's correspondence with the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities' Executive Committee and the Joint Committee on Accrediting. Tigert's relationship to the Florida Board of Control is well documented as are the university's academic and administrative units.

Of particular note are the extensive files related to military training at the University of Florida during World War II. Also of interest are Tigert's files on the construction of several campus buildings, the development of radio station WRUF, and Tigert's influence on the university's sports programs.


Arrangement

The series is arranged into four subseries: Group correspondence, General correspondence, Genre files, and Building files. Each subseries is described separately. The present arrangement is probably an artificial creation of an early archivist. There is considerable subject overlap in the different subseries and records on a specific topic may be located in a number of areas.


Access or Use Restrictions

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The collection is open for research.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Office of the President (John James Tigert), Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.


Contents List

Subseries P7a: Group Correspondence 1928-1947

Arranged alphabetically by the name of the group.

Subseries P7a contains President Tigert's incoming and outgoing correspondence with professional organizations, state agencies, university committees, academic units, and other corporate bodies. Included in the subseries is Tigert's correspondence with the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities' Executive Committee and the Joint Committee on Accrediting. The subseries also contains correspondence with the Florida Board of Control, each of the colleges and administrative divisions in the University of Florida, social and professional fraternities, the Library, and the Florida General Extension Division. There is considerable correspondence related to war training and veteran rehabilitation for the period during and after World War II primarily under the heading "Military, Division of".

Subject analysis of the correspondence is provided under each heading in the finding-aid. An exception is the correspondence with the Board of Control, much of which had been separated from the main body of correspondence when the records were transferred to the Archives.


Box
1 Agricultural Experiment Station. Land grant college survey of military education; faculty and staff; surveys of Fla. agriculture; budget; egg laying contest; radio station; hurricane damage; publicity; printing of station publications; student fees; statement of funds; Federal aid to land grant universities for Exp. Stations; Med. fruit fly eradication; building and equipment needs; campus beautification; city water for university irrigation; National Land Use Planning Commission; Tung oil industry; Dept. of Forestry; Game management department; conservation; potato disease lab/Hastings; American self containment (sugar production); cooperative agreement with U. S. Weather Bureau; phosphate deposits; expansion of experiment stations. 1928-1939
2 Agricultural Experiment Stations. Buildings; equipment and lands; patent for daylily developed by station; ornamental horticulture research; funding; development of Soils Dept.; poisoning by tung plants; post-war planning; Tenth Annual Dairy Field Day; ramie research; station expansion; research with radioactive elements. 1940-1947
2 Agricultural Experiment Station, Misc. Correspondence from and to persons other than the President regarding above topics. 1929-1947
2 Agricultural Extension Service. Egg laying contest; faculty and staff; short courses; Capper Ketchum Act; negro extension work; budgets; state aid for extension; cooperative agreement with Soil Conservation Service; Bureau of Agricultural Economics; Volunteer land Corps; Cooperative agreement for farm labor supply and distribution. 1928-1943
3 Agricultural Extension Service. Emergency Farm Labor Program; Aid to returning veterans. 1944-1947
3 Agricultural Extension Service, Misc. Correspondence covering above topics for period from 1931-1944 from and to persons other than the President of the university. 1931-1944
3 Agriculture, College of. Salaries; teaching load; fruit fly eradication; scholarships; faculty and staff; Hume honorary degree; policy re outside activities; admissions, foreign students, astronomical observations, horticulture building; outside work; departmental needs; representatives of colleges on graduate council; travel allowances; experiment stations; seminary interest funds; agriculture college fund; report of graduate committee on C. of Agri.; continuing appropriation for Ag. Library as State depository; Ag. courses for general extension. 1928-1941
4 Agriculture, College of. Rodeo use of stadium; tannic acid investigations; coordinating committee for agriculture and engineering research; county agent salaries. 1942-1947
4 Alumni Affairs, Office of. Organization of University of Florida Clubs; financing athletic trips; publications of Seminole; faculty Athletic Committee; speaking engagements; establishment of graduate school; war memorial plaque for Florida Field; scholarships; athletics; All Universities Day; alumni group to help with appropriations; memorial stained glass windows for auditorium; University responsibility for alumni records; pre flight training course; abolishing Inter Collegiate Athletics for duration; post was adjustments; citizens comm. report. 1928-1947
5 Alumni Affairs, Office of. Awards. 1934-1947
5 Alumni Affairs, Office of, Misc. Correspondence to and from persons other than the President of the University.
5 Architecture and Fine Arts, College of. Building needs of University; delegation of responsibilities during absences on University matters; maintenance; equipment for new dorm; proposals for stadium; curriculum and classes; addition to library; infirmary; Benton Memorial; Buckman alterations; inclusion of plans and blueprints; thesis on UF building problems; Drake Laboratory; beautification of smoke stack; Weaver's salary; FERA kitchen for University; financial condition of Dept. of Arch.; statement on work of school; AM; Institute of Architects School medal awarded to UF; Ringling Museum of Art; accreditation, undraped female models for art classes; Carnegie AM Institute of Architects summer session grant, proposed. 1928-1947
5 Architecture and Fine Arts, College of, Misc. Profession registration, 1947; Miscellaneous correspondence re: all of above subjects from or to persons other than President of the University.
5 Arts and Sciences, College of. Admission of women; budget; military science and tactics courses, Dept. of Physics; biography of Murphree; Drake Labs; Chair of Americanism; Chair of Citizenship; Geological Dept.; Grad. School of Sociology, Geological Museum. 1928-1936
6 Arts and Sciences, College of. Grad. School of Sociology; Geological Museum; Chair of Americanism; Dept. of language and Literature; Curricula; training of chemists; Geology-Geography Department; History and Political Science; Curriculum in Social Administration Tenure; Florida History courses; prof. training of chemists; Equity Comm.; Dept. of Religion; Florida Players; teaching loads. 1937-1947
6 Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, Federal Legislation. Reports. 1940-1945
7 Board of Control. Recommendations to and from; broadcasting royalties; inauguration of Tigert; YMCA Building; Constitution for UF; buildings; artillery unit; educational survey; fruit fly eradication; land; printing contracts; electricity for campus; radio station; dorms; P. K. Yonge Lab School; lands for agricultural research. 1928-1930
8 Board of Control. Assistant physician; dorms; radio station; electric power for UF; athletic director; polo; land for agriculture experiment station; Bureau of Vocational Guidance and mental Hygiene; fees; athletic games off campus; farmer's week; travel allowances; outside employment; general extension division; agricultural extension work; payment of architectural fees; Hume's appointment; Murphree portrait; institute of Interamerican Studies. 1930-1931
9 Board of Control. Radio station; faculty salaries; athletics; list of employees; admissions exams; depression cutbacks; athletic broadcasts; lab. school; FIDAC metal; Florida State Museum; electrical power for UF; P.K. Yonge portrait; purchasing procedures; definition of teaching load; residence requirement for employment; buildings; meetings; travel allowances; University Constitution; electrical distribution at Florida A and M; appropriation; honorary degrees; resolutions on retirement of P. K. Yonge; Addison Mizner Architecture library; reconstruction finance funds for dorms. 1932-1933
10 Board of Control. Fees; reorganization of lower division; national egg laying contest; political activities of faculty; Lab. School; Wattman portrait; Blanding biography; Murphree memorial Fund; Jacksonville Jr. College; charts and tables related to UF; athletics; Engr. Exp. Station. 1933-1935
11 Board of Control. Ten Year Building Program; Murphree Memorial Fund; Student Union building; death of Dean Tolbert; auditor; athletics; list of all buildings and permanent improvements during biennium; board auditor; Florida Research Foundation; Welaka Project; National Defense Program. 1936-1940
12 Board of Control. Bookstore annex to Student Union; pilot training courses; state teacher's retirement bill; Engr. defense training courses; vegetable crops lab; housing; Army specialized training program and Air force college training instructors; Newell's death; re-organization of Newell's positions; School of social Administration; residence for President of UF; patent policies; assistant business manager. 1941-1943
13 Board of Control. Educational opportunities for vets booklet; patent policies; Agricultural Committee; veteran's housing; proximity fuse; veteran's courses and admission; teacher's retirement system; fees; dorm regulations; auditing courses. 1943-1945
14 Board of Control. Admissions; budget; curriculum; vouchers; sororities; Dept. of Publicity; buildings and permanent improvements, 1944-1946. 1946-1947
15 Business Administration, College of. Correspondence re: establishment of College of Fine Arts; faculty and staff; curricula; establishment of U of F Press; estab. of Bureau of Public Administration; Journal of Politics, Division of Social Sciences; Economic Leaflets publication; U of F and rent, price and rationing controls; Dept. of Real Estate; institute of Government Research; Academic freedom; Florida Citizens Tax Committee. 1933-1946
16 Business Manager, Office of. Financial affairs of university; miscellaneous. 1928-1935
17 Business Manager, Office of. 1928-1947
18 Center for Latin American Studies. Establishment of Center; foreign students; appointment of director; first annual meeting (later Caribbean Conf.) Fidac metal award; greetings to U. of Puerto Rico. 1930-1935
18 Center for Latin American Studies, Miscellaneous. Fidac. Inter/American Conference; Washington, DC; Rockefeller and Carnegie grants. 1931-1947
18 Commerce and Journalism, College of. Organization of University; Committee on by-laws for UF; Institute for Tropical Research in the Social Sciences. (Center for Latin American Studies) Department of Economics. 1928-1932
19 Committees - Accrediting, Jt. Com. on. Accrediting and inspection of Jr. colleges. 1930-1947
19 Committees - Adult education. Inter collegiate committee for planning post war adult education programs. 1943-1947
19 Committees - Advance Planning Committee. Campus planning and building project. 1934-1936
19 Committees - Agriculture. Post war planning of research, curricular materials, and state wide programs. 1943-1945
19 Committees - Appropriations. House of Reps. Waste at University. 1945
19 Committees - Athletic. 1928-1947
19 Committees - Campus Planning. 1933-1934
19 Committees - Citizen's Comm. on Education in Florida. Correspondence, membership, reports, etc. 1945
20 Committees - Citizen's Comm. on Education in Florida. 1946-1947
20 Committees - Conservation of Cultural Resources. National Resources Planning Board protection of cultural resources from ravages of war. Correspondence, statement of purpose, membership, National Archives bulletin, etc. 1941-1943
20 Committees - Criminal Justice. Correspondence, WRUF Addresses by L. M. Bristol; American Bar Assn. resolutions. 1934-1935
20 Committees - Curriculum Reorganization. Bulletins, one and two. Report on duplication in courses. Organizational plans. 1934
20 Committees - Department offerings and size of classes. 1933-1944
21 Committees - Discipline. 1928-1937
21 Committees - Economy and Conservation. 1942
21 Committees - Education of Teachers. 1937-1938
21 Committees - Executive Comm. Correspondence, minutes, etc. 1939-1946
21 Committees - Faculty Publications. Lists; proposals; reports; correspondence. 1935-1937
21 Committees - Florida Research Foundation. State sponsored agricultural and industrial development program. 1937-1941
21 Committees - Florida State Chamber of Commerce. 1933-1935
21 Committees - Fraternity Houses. Use for student soldiers; building programs. 1939-1942
21 Committees - George Washington Bi-Centennial. 1928-1933
21 Committees - Graduate Study program. 1946
21 Committees - Health and Physical Fitness. Designing of program. 1942-1945
22 Committees - Homecoming. 1930-1945
23 Committees - Homecoming. 1930-1946
23 Committees - Honorary Degrees. Policies; correspondence; addresses; constitutional amendments; lists of degrees given (1909-1942); addresses by Ferrara. 1930-1937
23 Committees - Inter American Affairs. 1930-1947
23 Committees - Investigating Comm. of the Legislature. Charges of waste and extravagance by T. T. Scott. 1945
23 Committees - Investigating Comm. of the Legislature. Defense and supporting statements by J. J. Tigert (biog. mat. incl.).
23 Committees - Lectures at U of F. Correspondence re: invitations to speak and arrangements. 1930-1947
23 Committees - Liberal education in the humanities. 1944-1946
23 Committees - Military Affairs. 1929-1940
23 Committees - Murphree Memorial. Correspondence; lists; resolutions; minutes. 1928-1947
24 Committees - Murphree Memorial. 1928-1947
24 Committees - National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy. Correspondence; lists; resolutions; minutes. 1930-1933
24 Committees - Navy College training selection. Correspondence, etc. 1943
24 Committees - Outside Employment for faculty member. Correspondence; reports; lists.
24 Committees - Patents and copyrights (Research Council). 1938-1945
24 Committees - Physical Sciences. 1944-1947
24 Committees - Placement Bureau. Establishment of University wide Placement Bureau. 1939
24 Committees - Planning and Policies. 1946
24 Committees - Post-war Committees. re: education and rehabilitation. 1943-1946
24 Committees - Public Functions. 1930-1937
24 Committees - Quarter system. 1932-1945
24 Committees - Regional resource utilization. 1946
24 Committees - Faculty rating. 1940
25 Committees - Religious education and activities. Post-war committee. 1943-1946
25 Committees - Paving and maintenance of roads. 1945
25 Committees - Residence. Memos, correspondence, etc. on student housing. 1939-1946
25 Committees - Retirement. Correspondence; reports; surveys; re: Florida state law, Practices at other universities. 1930-1946
25 Committees - Rhodes Scholarship. Correspondence re: selection of candidates and stimulation of interest. 1928-1947
26 Committees - Safety. Correspondence; reports re: policies. 1939-1941
26 Committees - Social Sciences. 1941-1947
26 Committees - Sorority Policies. Selection of sororities to be on campus. 1947
26 Committees - Spiritual Motivation Advisory Comm. Non university committee (anti communist orgn.). 1945-1947
26 Committees - Statistics. Re-organization of statistics courses. 1946-1947
26 Committees - Student housing. 1939-1946
26 Committees - Student publications. Reports; correspondence; proposals; finances; policies. 1929-1944
26 Committees - Teacher training. Post War Fac. Comm. 1943-1946
26 Committees - Texas A and M Survey. Tigert member of comm. set up by Texas A and M. 1942
26 Committees - Texas A and M Survey. 1942-1944
27 Committees - Thomas A. Edison Foundation. 1941-1944
27 Committees - 25th Anniversary of founding of university. First meeting of Inst. of Inter. American Affairs. 1931
27 Committees - United China Relief. National organization. 1938-1944
27 Committees - University Libraries. 1929-1947
27 Committees - University publications. 1938-1946
27 Committees - University senate. 1932-1946
27 Committees - Veterans Rehabilitation and ed of,. 1943-1944
27 Committees - War Memorial Program. WW II. Program; plans for tower, correspondence. 1944-1947
27 Committees - War Memorial Program. WW I. Correspondence; lists; war records of UF grads. 1932-1934
27 Committees - War training courses. 1943
27 Committees - Worlds fair advisory. 1939
27 Committees - Yulee lectures. 1922-1947
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Admissions. 1933
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Allocation of space in student union.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Alumni. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Appeals. 1933-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Arrangements for conf. on local government. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Area study. 1946-1947
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Attendance. 1929-1930
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Blue Gator. 1928-1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Board of Univ. examiners. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Building and grounds. 1930-1945
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Bulletin boards and signs. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - By-laws. 1928
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - College rating. 1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Commencement customs and costumes.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Course offerings.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Collecting vocational information in Florida. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Conference on Inter-American Relations in field of Education. 1939
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Constitution sesquicentennial celebration. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Convocation. 1930
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Correlation with H. S. 1933-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Cost of medical care to faculty. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Credentials. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Debating and dramatics. 1928
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Desirable qualifications for appointees. 1934
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Extension activities. 1942
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Faculty selection. 1934
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Federal Speakers Bureau. 1934
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - FEA Spec.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Fraternities, societies and clubs. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Freshman week. 1937-1939
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Fulk memorial. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - General College Admission Board. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Glee Club and Dramatic club. 1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Graduate Council. 1930-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Graduation Honors. 1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Humanities. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Improvement of Education of Teachers. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Improvement of Instruction at U. 1931
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Inauguration of the president.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Internship training for government service. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Interscholastic speaking contents. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Memorials. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Plantings on campus. 1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Professional leadership needs in Florida. 1946
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Public debating. 1929-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Public Forums. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Public Relations. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Publicity. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Posting grades. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Status of research in the social Sciences. 1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Research. 1929-1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Rating of higher institutions. 1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Radio Board. 1930
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Re-organization of general faculty. 1931
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Safety Essay Contest. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Schedule and assignment of office and classroom space. 1930-1933
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Scholarships and loans. 1930-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Self-help. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Social atmosphere. 1928
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Social Functions. 1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Special Service of Teachers. 1943-1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Status of research in social Sciences. 1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student Athletic Council. 1936
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student health. 1930-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student Lyceum Council. 1944
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student organizations. 1929-1930
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student petitions. 1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student Regulations. 1930-1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Superior student, ndn.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Supervision of student affairs. 1934
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Student trips. 1928-1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Transportation. 1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Travel Regulations. 1929
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Uniform student employment rates. 1934
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - University Constitution. 1933
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - University Cooperation. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - University Examiners. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - University Policies. 1932
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - University Publications. 1937
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - University War Committee.
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - White House Conference on Child Care and Protection, University Load. Not dated
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Lists of Constitutional Committees, Senate Committees, faculty, Special Committees of the Council, membership lists. 1931-1945; Not dated
27 Committees - Miscellaneous - Reports of faculty committees. 1930-1931
29-32 Defense training and vets. rehabilitation. Correspondence; memos; re: legislation for defense training of enlisted and civilian personnel; course offerings; admission of returning vets; housing, aid, etc. Much correspondence with Senate and national officials of government and educational assn. 1940-1947
33 Education, College of. Misc. correspondence; faculty; curriculum; meetings; etc. 1928-1947
34-35 Engineering, College of. 1928-1947
35 Farr, James Marion. Correspondence; forms; re: retirement and resignation. 1942
35 Farrah, Albert J. Honorary degree for. 1935
35 Florida Engineering and Experimental station, Misc. 1932-1947
36-37 Florida State Museum. 1928-1947
37 Florida Union. 1934-1947
38 Forestry, School of. 1935-1947
38-41 Fraternities - Alpha Chi Rho. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Alpha Epsilon Pi. 1940
38-41 Fraternities - Alpha Gamma Rho. 1938-1947
38-41 Fraternities - Alpha Sigma Phi. 1938-1939
38-41 Fraternities - Alpha Tau Omega. 1937-1943
38-41 Fraternities - Beta Theti Pi. 1930-1939
38-41 Fraternities - Blue Key - Florida. 1932-1942
38-41 Fraternities - Chi Phi. 1940-1942
38-41 Fraternities - Chi Psi. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Delta Chi. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Delta Kappa Epsilon. 1938-1947
38-41 Fraternities - Delta Sigma Phi. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Delta Tau Delta. 1930-1938
38-41 Fraternities - Delta Theta Phi. 1941-1947
38-41 Fraternities - Delta Upsilon. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Kappa Delta Pi. 1937
38-41 Fraternities - Kappa Alpha. 1946
38-41 Fraternities - Kappa Phi Pappa. 1929-1945
38-41 Fraternities - Kappa Sigma. 1936-1938
38-41 Fraternities - Lambda Chi Alpha. 1941-1942
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Beta Delta. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Beta Kappa. Establishment of Chapter on Campus. 1929-1946
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Delta Theta. Size of Chapters. 1932-1946
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Gamma Delta. 1939-1946
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Kappa Sigma. Establishment at UF. 1939
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Kappa Tau. Size of Chapters. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Mu Delta. Est. of Chapter. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Phi Sigma Kappa. Est. of Chapter. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Pi Kappa Alpha. Chapter size. 1938-1943
38-41 Fraternities - Pi Kappa Phi. Size of Chapters. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Size of Chapters. 1938-1947
38-41 Fraternities - Sigma Chi. Chapter Scholarship. 1936-1947
38-41 Fraternities - Sigma Nu. Chapter size. 1929-1938
38-41 Fraternities - Sigma Phi Epsilon. Chapter size. 1938-1943
38-41 Fraternities - Sigma Pi Sigma. Placement service. 1941
38-41 Fraternities - Sigma XI. Est. of Chapter. 1930-1940
38-41 Fraternities - Tau Epsilon Phi. Size of Chapters. 1938
38-41 Fraternities - Tau Kappa Alpha. Est. of Chapter. 1934-1935
38-41 Fraternities - Tau Kappa Epsilon. Est. of Chapter. 1941
38-41 Fraternities - Theta Chi. Size of Chapters. 1938-1940
38-41 Fraternities - Theta XI. Size of Chapter, Est. on Campus. 1938-1939
41-42 General Extension Division. Correspondence courses; short courses; lectures; etc., esp. concerned with teachers and engineers; school for voc. ed. at WPA adult ed. project Camp Roosevelt. 1929-1939
41-42 General Extension Division, Misc. Short courses; equipment; faculty. 1940-1947
41-42 Gifts and grants. General Education Board. Grants to library. 1941-1946
42 Graduate School. Correspondence re: faculty and staff appointments; Graduate Council appointments; DV scholarship appointments; reorganization of graduate school; Graduate Council membership; answers from many grad. schools on "what is the matter with graduate work?"; PHD in animal husbandry; scholarships and fellowships; Co-op grad work with Florida State Board of Health; faculty list/dept. of medicine; Master of ag. degree; Medical short courses; separate grad school of education. 1929-1936
43 Honor Court. Correspondence re: Decisions of court; revision of code and student constitution; function of the code and court. 1928-1947
43 Law, College of. Summer school in law; faculty and staff; opinions re: legal aspects of University problems; law library; curriculum; students; building needs; state bar assn. - American law institute annotations; study of teaching loads; admission requirements; jurist doctor degree; entrance requirements; Florida Law Review; prizes offered to law students; auditors in summer school; assn. of American law schools report on meetings attended; standards for admission to the bar; short courses; scholarship for women in law college; discontinuance of academic law course given with C of arts and sciences; move to new library building; waver of admission standards; admission requirements during war; separation of church and state; second summer term; gifts to library; post war admission requirements; admission of GI's; Bryan portrait in law building; inscription for law bldg; legal bibliography course; entrance requirements for vets; one day law institute. 1928-1947
43 Law, College of Miscellaneous. Legislation of law college; educational standards for lawyers; combined academic-law curriculum.
44-45 Library. Books withdrawn due to Tatum-Prichard charges and reserved for use of faculty only; space needs; student staff rates; nepotism; circulation statistics; professional staff and salaries; land grant college survey; book find 1927-1931; training of librarians (summer courses); inter-American affairs collecting; longer Sunday hours; number of volumes in branches; reclassification and library surveys; Carnegie library school aid; renovation of library building; Oglesby medical library gift; academic status of librarians; use of library for registration; exchange of University publications; summer library science courses; union catalogs; holdings on Georgia; general extension books; exchange dev. report; gift to library from U. D. C.; adjustments made in library equipment by eng. dept. at great savings; gift, J. C. Cooper, Jr., of rare books; budget; billing procedure; State depository for documents; regional research collections; J. C. Yonge collection; state documents; Friends of the library group; P. G. Wall collection; L. C. Depository catalog; ALA library survey; interlibrary loan; work of Director of libraries; general education board grant for survey; bibliotheque nationale and LC Cats; Cooperative library projects; departmental book funds; Dempsey-life of Bishop Haygood; library survey; J C Yonge library; WPA projects; murals; air conditioning; theses and dissertations; Florida History; WPA writer's project files; newspaper files; documents librarian; faculty publications; NYA student aid; central catalog; general review of library's condition; qualities necessary in directory; J C Yonge college of Floridiana; P K Yonge Library of Florida History; biography of Henrie May Eddy; reports on progress of library; Florida History Society Library; microfilming and equipment; agricultural library; central cataloging for branches; publication subsidizing; appropriations. 1929-1947
44-45 Library, Miscellaneous. Latin American Library; procedure for securing sponsor for library survey; business procedures.
44-45 Medicine, School of. University of South Florida; proposed at Miam cooperative program with Alachua County Hospital Nurse training; citizens committee on ed.; admission of Florida students to other state medical schools. 1943-1947
46-47 Military, Division of the. Salaries, detail of the E. M. Yon stores; organization; staff; discipline; Assn. of ROTC Colleges; facilities; financing; rating; horse show; funding; value of military training; equipment; military ed. survey; sports; polo; old cannon; compulsory ROTC; NROTC oath of allegiance for U personnel; NROTC; Engineer unit; Flying Cadets; reserve officers to replace regular officer in ROTC programs; Marine commissions; post-war military ed; post-war ROTC; military education; Air ROTC; universal military education; post-war policies; summer camps. 1928-1947
48 Music, Department of. Committee on music and fine arts; music supervisors national conf., program; curricula; credits; skit night plans; credit for music; evangelistic singer in connection with Dr. Cadman's visit; high school music contest; glee club; skit nite funds; skit nite for students loan fund; band organization and military dept., glee club scholarships; U and Military Dept., relations; credit for band; glee club in Washington, DC; university songs; clearance of band for trips; rights assignment playing by band at athletic games; national anthem at athletics; ROTC students and the band; outline of UF bands; NBC broadcast; organization of the division of music; business procedures of bands; report on bands; credits for music; band equipment; budget; curriculum and aims of dept. 1928-1947
48 Music, Department of, Miscellaneous. Skit nite; Music appreciation course.
48 Pharmacy, College of. Candidates for degrees; building repairs; budget; building needs; expenses for attending meetings; student rules and regulations; research plans; Drake Labs; faculty nominations; medicinal plant survey of Avon Park District by H. W. Werner; report on needs of University research projects; state exams; honor system; highlights of year; General Kirby-Smith Botanical Collection; twenty-fifth anniversary program; pharmaceutical corps in Army; medicinal plant garden report; practical aspects of College of Pharmacy; pharmacy merged with arts and sciences and Leigh dean of combined college; admission of women; Ramsaur medal; practice drug store; accreditation by am Council on Pharmaceutical Education; accreditation; Bureau of Professional Relations contract; perfume research; attitude of educators toward pharmaceutical ed.,; report on acceleration to war production board; quarterly report on Bureau rising salaries in field. 1928-1947
48 Pharmacy, College of, Miscellaneous. Curriculum changes; prescription room in new infirmary.
49 Physical Education and Health, College of. Athletic team discipline; construction of swimming pool; negro players on opposing team; broadcasting of games; physical ed. Fee; use of football men in Mediterranean fruit fly eradication; negro player; construction of stadium; operation of swimming pool and tennis courts on Sunday; athletic staff; athletic conference organization; minutes of southern conference; land for stadium lease; amending constitution and by-laws of southern Athletic Conf.; team conduct; game settlement; committee on scholarship standards; scholastic standards; stadium construction costs; swimming fees for women; trial for Red Barber; admission tax on athletics; incorporation of UF Athletic Assn.; recommendations on financial measures re: Athletic Dept.,; president's report; faculty athletic committee; board resolution on broadcasting; Boyd case; salary contracts; ineligible players; report of student body comm. On the athletic situation and setup of the U. of Fl.; eligibility of players; report, Special Comm. On Athletics; Alumni Assn.; solicitation of use of Atlantic Coast Line RR for transportation of team; recruiting and subsidizing of athletes; scholarship for athletes; policy on band trips; employment contracts; transfer of lands from experiment station to athletics for expansion; coaching situation; lighting of field; financial statement and balance sheet of Univ. Athletic Assn.,; football losses; football schedules; financial report; contract for coach; policy on athletic subsidies and proselyting; policy on football tickets; Georgia football contract; policy re: complimentary tickets; news release, statistical report; Stadium layout and insurance; scoreboard for stadium; design and inspection of Athletic Department buildings; sectionalism; post season game; discontinuation of inter-collegiate athletics due to war; salary increases; student activity fee increase; paper cup policy; football schedule reactivated; football excellence; post-war organization and aims of Athletic Dept.; professional curriculum; reorganization of department budget; fees; outline of structure and function of department; name change; function of Fac. Ath. Comm.; Sigma Nu-Phi Delta Theta football game. 1929-1947
49 Physical Education and Health, College of, Misc. California Day Committee; travel rates.
50 Registrar, Office of the. Comm. On 9 day absence rule; space assignment; student directory; directory; salary; president's home; baccalaureate sermon; history of university; teachers college changed to college of education; admission requirements to college of law; admission of women; grade surveys; study of drop outs; constitutional amendment; admissions officer; space needs; general extension publications; admission requirements; landscape design degree; use of library for registration; military and phys ed credits for engineering students; university publications limit; engr. Curriculum; class size; pre-med curriculum; commerce and law curriculum; study of time spent on reg. office projects; P K Yonge portraits; reorganization of UF; fee for repeating courses; cost per student credit hour; Tr. Of landscape design to A and FA; Chandler reorganization; temporary acting V.P.; curriculum in industrial arts; transfer of students; scholastic record of athletes; admission of women to pharmacy; commencement speaker; revision of lower division curriculum; high school testing program results; home economics as entrance credit for boys, Public Function Comm.; industrial arts courses; photography courses; admission of transfer students; anti-war strike; Chemical Engr. Curr.; women students; honorarium for commencement speakers; commencement calendar; progress tests; commencement speech-After Graduation What?; Carleton's commencement speech; MA requirements; courses for peace officers; residence affidavits; admission of son (Wells, J.R.); relocation of Japanese-American students; UF diplomas for grads of former institutions; location of Archives of U; lease of fac. To public schools; co-education; admission of vets; non Florida residents; degree for B.H. Fuqua; Naval Ordinance Development Award; registration procedure; housing for women students; retirement; Indochinese student; authorization for admission of women; Pulitzer Prize winning Florida graduate; Tigert speech "Have Faith"; PHD degrees granted; building needs for women studying in athletics; BA in Phys Ed. 1928-1947
50 Registrar, Office of the, Misc. Photo static transcripts; accrediting committee; chart of growth in departments; curricula; faculty and enrollments, 1910-1935; educational survey re: co-education; veterans training. 1910-1935
50 Research Council. Research projects (FERA); patents; consultant services. 1942-1947
51 Student Affairs, Dean of. Comm. On social atmosphere; honor court; responsibility for scholarship and loans; registration of autos by students; draft of constitution and by-laws of UF; fraternities; student conduct; information bureau; student regulations revision; personnel work; student assembly; regulation of boarding HS; student use of airplanes; homecoming fraternity cup contest; psychological exam; bureau of placement; dean of men's budget; personnel statistics (background of students); fraternity pledges averages; Alpha Phi Omega established; Pharmaceutical Award; Florida Blue Key questionnaire; vocational guidance service; testing programs for sophomores; student cost; list of approved social affairs; FERA sponsored student work; scholarships for athletics; oath of allegiance; Kiwanis Club scholarship; use of gym and university band; reorganization of university band; payment of fees for student government officials; student body constitution; NYA and FERA student employment; student war loans program; Tolbert Memorial Fund; report on scholarships, loans, student employment; emergency constitutional amendment, student body cont.; university veterans association; debating team trips. 1928-1946
51 Student Health Services. Construction plans for hospital building; operating facilities; infirmary fees and equipment; equipment for the new infirmary; infirmary hours and work load; feeding arrangements with commons; accreditation; infirmary fee for women; x-ray department of arts and sciences; treatment of epidemics; dispensing of drugs; statistics on use of infirmary; influenza epidemic; treatment of laborers; epidemic mortality rate; health service to students; permanent approval of American College of Surgeons; use of infirmary by student physicians; health certificates for work; Assistant Residence Physician; rear wing of infirmary needed; bed patient fees; x-ray equipment; staff and fac. Physicals and health certificates; visiting privileges; restoration of salary reductions; petition for release from physical exam obligations for faculty and staff; physicians for A.S.T.P. Unit; adequacy of infirmary; death of (L and H Bartlett's) son and subsequent investigation; reductions in staff and facilities of infirmary; report on operations of infirmary; search for additional physicians for infirmary; town physicians willing to serve students; treatment of chronic illness; malaria threat; Entomological Aspects of Malaria in the Gainesville, Florida Area; venereal disease; inadequate medical staff for increased enrollment; consulting physician's salary; ASTP student medical records. 1930-1946
51 Student Health Service, Misc. Death of Howard Bartlett and subsequent investigation; prospective physician; diabetic students; student health as part of Div. of Phys Ed. Health and Athletics; Infirmary needs; Physical exam for students.
51 University College. Admission procedure; C course in natural science; plan for reorganization of lower division; Comm. On C course in Social Sciences; Comm. On C course in Biological Sciences; Comm. On C course in Mathematics; Comm. On C course in written and spoken English; engineering objections to reorganization; reorganization in natural sciences; Should the Engineering Course be Four or Five Years?; Pan Am Institute of Geography and History; Plan for UC; Seminar on lower division; academic freedom; article on UC; statement for Alligator on UC; teaching staff for "Man and The Physical World"; engineering reaction to courses; comprehensive courses at U. of Chicago; final report, Comm. On Curriculum Reorganization; U.C. philosophy; U. C. Committees list; Criticism of G.C.; G. C. Seminar; proposed Jr. College legislation; admission plans for UC; statement to general assembly; engineering and UC; research and experimentation in general higher education grant; curriculum reorganization; testing program; seminar on significant trends in general education; second year courses; adjustment of engr. Curriculum; 1st semester operation of UC; clippings on UC; statistics on UC; criticism of UC and co-ed; admission records profile data; economic aspects for large lecture sections; engineering students; entrance tests; Chairman for C courses; deanship of GC; reduction in size of engr. Enrollment; Carnegie Corp music set gift; UC evaluation; Ag Ext and UC; talks by cabinet members on Gov. of Fla.; adaptation of UC curricula to meet war needs; UC program and academic unfit; team teaching of current problem courses; adoption of UC plan at Mich; titles for courses for program in total; faculty for UC; comments on practical vs. liberal arts education; curricula for Engr. 1934
52 University Council. 1929-1935
52 University of Florida Press. Printing of catalogue and other publications; Comm. On U. publications recommendation re: Economic leaflets; paper shortage; economic leaflets; general extension bulletins; approval of U publications; printing revolving fund; Florida history ms; prestige value of U Pr.; Florida under five flags, purpose, size of ed. Cost; Incorporation of U Press; J.B. Stetson Collection; complimentary copies; copyright and bidding procedures; incorporation; UF current research and publications bulletin; copyright policies; support of Jr. of Politics; Florida Under Five Flags; format and sale of Flags; revolving fund. 1943-1946
52 University Relations and Development. Publicity director appointment; budget; college and dept. news; Tigert's activities; publicity comm. members; value of music ed.; article in Davenport Times on Tigert; Kirby Smith Botanical Collection; VanLeer's appointment to engineering council; Atwood's geographic research in Yucatan and Guatemala; civic playground council; Tigert statement for F Book; Univ. legislative representation; cheer for Florida copyright; photos of campus; naming of streets on campus; statement on UF public relations; place of publicity in general university relations; use of stadium for union religious services; interpretive publication; alumni publication; hometown publicity for seniors; legislative visit to campus; all universities day; complementary football tickets; Florida teacher issue on UF; centralizing of publicity releases; Florida teacher ed. On UF; engineering defense prog. Publicity; record and photo of U alumni killed in war; news released Jan. 1942; assistant publicity director; U releases for Miami Herald; alumni releases; budget; director of sports publicity; common public relations and alumni affairs membership. 1929-1947
52 University Senate. Senate membership; allocation of book funds; agenda; constitutional amendment setting up Senate. 1932-1939
52 Veterans Administration. Veterans administration facility; medical college in Florida; Vets hospital for Gainesville. 1942-1945
53-54 WRUF Radio Station. Opening of station; legislation; legal opinion; budget; program director; weak and crowded signal; statement of activities; line organization of WRUF; short wave transmitter; city power; political speeches; schedule; title to land for artillery unit; wave length and frequency allotted; statement on policy of operation of station (Citizen's Comm. On Radio); crystal control equipment; radio committee resolution re: more modern equipment; problems of station; need to chief announcer; earnings of WRUF; equipment programs, extension courses, shared wave lengths; courtesy program advertising; advisory comm. on education by radio; conf. with fed. Radio comm.; inside information on available wave lengths; place of radio in our civilization; remote control line to Jacksonville; broadcasting of athletic games; salary increase for Walter "Red" Barber; comment on law requiring ID of character of all mechanical reproductions used; music appreciation program; fed radio commission requirements for issuing a license; solicitation of advertising; school of the air; Powells War Condition; courses for credit; radio extension program; educational features on WRUF to date; county programs; consulting engineer; reduction of broadcasting period; unexpended funds; article (Florida on the Air, attached); WRUF-Columbia Broadcasting contract; summer broadcasting; Nat. Committee on Ed. by Radio Lawyer; commercial advertising on Ed. Stations; land grant college survey of radio stations run by C and U; salaries; space needs; copyrighted music on WRUF - Attorney General's opinion; directional antenna, outside organization to direct station; tax on use of electrical energy; statewide hook up; incidental funds; politics; license fees; authority to operate; exempting of ed. Stations from fed. Fees; remote broadcast line to Tallahassee; short course in radio servicing; Talk - problems confronting radio servicing profession by K. A. Hathaway; leasing of WRUF; advertising policy; radio talks on economic condition of Today prepared for national distribution; hearings before federal comm. Referendum on Gov. ownership of radio; code authority assessment; activities of nat. comm. on ed. by radio and its bulletin; background of establishment of WRUF; beer advertising; station personnel; study of static; wave length hearings lawyer; conf. on educational broadcasting; NBC land grant college hours; experiments in educational broadcasting; radio policies questionnaire; statement concerning athletic scholarships in connection with Carnegie Foundation report; financial statement; Florida PTA Radio Service Council; use of 1936 radio survey; radio book covering development of WRUF; Board committee minutes; management contract bids; WPA workers proposed application increased facilities; continuation of Florida Farm Hour when WRUF. 1928-1947
53-54 WRUF Radio Station. LEASED; St. C of C Comm on support for WRUF; proposal of WRUF; WPA law library project; application for Radio WPA aid; WPA grant; radio broadcasting training; copyright and royalties, ASCAP; national farm and home hour; NYA radio project political advertising rates; ultra high frequencies; wired wireless; FCC hearings; federal taxes; FCC application for fulltime, directional antenna; offering services to Camp Blanding; FCC hearings for unlimited time; ASCAP copyright controversy; curriculum in radio and Morse; interest in rumor of Voice of America type stations to be build to Gov.; Lohnes charges for FCC hearing services; increased personnel needs contract and costs for Langworth service which supplied recordings; cost of repairs and new equipment; FCC hearings on allocation of frequencies; United Press Service; FM system; commercial appearances of students; eleven station broadcast; audit of records.
54 Welaka Project. Acquisition tabulation; acquisition of tax delinquent land adjoining; general plan for development; general plan for operation; fire fighting personnel; cooperative agreement amendment; transfer of federal equipment to state; trespass report guidelines; sale of lumber products; funds; fish hatchery. 1937-1947
54 Welaka Project. Application for project manager; plans for management; lease agreement and background forms and information; building program; cooperative agreement and lease; deer; transfer to university; conservation agreements; Florida power and light contract; USDA-UF agreement; federal aid; supplies and equipment; easement for road to ferry; WPA workers; acquisition of additional lands; replacement for supervisor; annual report; contractual obligation of university; biological survey; article for SOUTHERN SPORTSMAN; quail hatchery; annual inspection; power line right of way; legislation; soils map; timber operation; forest fire report; transfer of lands; forestation work; land.
54 YMCA. Deed to land acquired; purchase of building; Religious Emphasis Week speakers; weekly convocation programs; church affiliation; performances on campus by outside groups; annual reports; suit against YMCA for disposition of building fund; religious programs; program at UF; donation for equipment; financial report. 1928-1947


Subseries P7b: General Correspondence 1928-1947

Arranged first by year and then alphabetically by the names of the correspondents.

Subseries P7b contains President Tigert's incoming and outgoing correspondence with individuals. Many of the correspondents were not affiliated with an organization, or the correspondence does not concern matters related to an individual's group affiliation. However, much of the correspondence compliments material in Subseries P7a.

In June 2009, Tigert correspondence with prominent Florida politicians that had been removed to the Florida Autograph Collection was returned to this series. It included letters from J. Mark Wilcox (MC), Ruth Bryan Owen (MC), Governor Spessard L. Holland, and Superintendent of Public Instruction W. S. Cawthon. These letters appear in the last folder of Box 9.


Box
1 Aydelotte, F.; Rhodes Scholarship Committee. 1928
1 Bethune, Mary M.; Congratulations on appointment. 1928
1 Bowman, C. J.; Peabody Club. 1928
1 Goldstein, M. J.; F Club Script Dances disallowed. 1928
1 Holloway, L. M.; Student Health Service. 1928
1 Lewis, C.; List of student leaders. 1928
1 McGugin, D. E.; Football. 1928
1 Mann, C. R.; Bureau of Ed Study of Secondary Education. 1928
1 Mather, S. T.; Inauguration of Tigert. 1928
1 Smith, H. L.; Summary of Educational Progress for National Council on Education. 1928
1 Parrish, M. M.; Funds to build stadium. 1928
1 Santee, L. A.; Organization of state system of higher education. 1928
1 City Commissioner, Gainesville; Electric power for University. 1928
1 West, A. M.; Andrew Anderson Memorial Organ gift. 1928
1 Aydelotte, F.; Rhodes Scholarships. 1929
1 Carlton, D. E.; President's residence. 1929
1 Coffman, L. D.; Questionnaire on administration of UF. 1929
1 Graham, K. H.; Financial matters. 1929
1 McAdoo, M. R.; Sea level canal across Florida. 1929
1 McVey, F.; Activities and duties of president of University. 1929
1 Nacasa, J.; Center for Latin American Studies. 1929
1 Overman, C. H.; Politics. 1929
1 Owen, R. B.; Engr. Exp. Stations legislation. 1929
1 Thirteen Club; Organization and background of group (Blue Key?). 1929
1 Ruge, J. G.; Bequest to University. 1929
1 Upchurch, N. A.; Sanitary Engr. curriculum. 1929
1 Yonge, P. K.; Uniform purchasing system at UF. 1929
1 Pearson, R. A.; FSCW and the Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities. 1930
1 Benton, Mrs. J. R.; Death of Dean Benton. 1930
1 Brown, H.; Telescope for University. 1930
1 Bryan, W. H.; Orphanage and training school for colored youth of Alachua County. 1930
1 Cadman, S. P.; Commencement speaker. 1930
1 Casthon, W. S.; Military Department; Teacher Certification. 1930
1 Conradi, Edw.; FSCW and the Association of Land Grant Colleges. 1930
1 Crow, C. L.; Biographical material on W. F. Yocum - naming of dorm for Yocum. 1930
1 Diamond, J. T.; Board recommendations passed; Agenda. 1930
1 Smith, S. H.; Florida State Health Council. 1930
1 Miles, C. M.; Minutes; committees. 1930
1 Adams, F. L.; Membership; invitation lists; program. 1930
1 Rowton, C. H.; American Legion Chair of Americanism. 1931
1 Jones, E. S.; Association of American Colleges; Study of Comprehensive Exams. 1931
1 Association of Land Grand Coll. and Univ.; Survey of Military Depts.; Radio Committee; Meetings. 1931
1 Attwood, Mrs. H.; Harry Attwood Memorial. 1931
1 Black, D.; Activities of Office - Tigert away. 1931
1 Butler, J.; Hazing pledge. 1931
1 Carlton, D. S.; Meetings, radio, budget, Inter-Am Affairs estab. 1931
1 Cairns, G. H.; Conduct at football games. 1931
1 Chandler, H. W.; Comm. on accrediting colleges. 1931
1 Conradi, Edw.; General Extension work, Publication of FSCW faculty research by UF. 1931
1 Florida Health Council: Bristol, L. M., Mawer, H. C., Blachly, L. S., Whitnet, A. W., Cason, T. Z., Criswell, W. S., Hanson, H.; Meetings, conferences, constitutions; organization of state and local councils; program-3rd annual; meeting; white house conference on children and health; minutes of May 2 meeting; statistics on health program of state. 1931
1 Heck, C. M.; History of organization of higher education in Florida. 1931
1 Marrs, S. M. N., Wilson, C.; Speaking engagements. 1931
1 Knight, P. O.; Criticism of the assessment of real estate for taxation purposes by Prof. J. E. Eldridge. 1931
1 Michael, M.; Poppy as symbol of WWI. 1931
1 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; Military Ed., intercollegiate athletics. 1931
1 Yonge, P. K.; 25th anniversary and Inst. of I. A. Affairs. 1931
1 Ranner, C. V.; Statistics of Florida Industry and Resources. 1931
1 Rowe, L. S.; Institute of Inter-Am. Affairs opening. 1931
1 Stewart, A.; Publication of FSCW faculty research by UF. 1931
1 Stirling, M. W.; Life member of Geographic and Historical Society of the Americas. 1931
1 Stuckey, L.; Comm. on accrediting colleges. 1931
1 Cadman, S. P.; Radio Services (Religious Broadcasts). 1931
1 Conley, S. W.; Artist who painted portrait of Dr. A. A. Murphree for 25th anniversary. 1931
1 Huskisson, J. C.; Sect to Gov.; radio financial needs; Gov. attendance at football games. 1931
1 Owen, R. B.; Educational and radio legislation (National). 1931
1 Wall, P. G.; Athletic uniforms and equipment. 1931
2 Am. Assn. of Colleges; Affiliations. 1932
2 Assn. of land grant colleges and universities; Representatives; comm. on economic situation; immunity of faculty salaries from federal taxation. 1932
2 Assn. of Universities; Affiliations. 1932
2 Arnold, J. R.; Student housing. 1932
2 Babson, R.; Shell mounds. 1932
2 Buchholz, Mrs. F. W.; Sledd portrait. 1932
2 Capen, S. P.; Letter of appreciation to Capen upon his retirement. 1932
2 Cawthon, W. S.; Records of defunct institutions; Accrediting Stetson Handbook; certification. 1932
2 Chandler, H. W.; Depository for defunct institutions; Records. 1932
2 Constans, H. P.; Florida players tour. 1932
2 Education, Office of; Salaries; budgets; statistics. 1932
2 Fletcher, D. U.; Educational legislation. 1932
2 Fla State Health Cncl; Loan of books from state library to communities with libraries program. 1932
2 Green, C. S.; University appropriations. 1932
2 Hetzel, R. D.; Policy on limitation of enrollment. 1932
2 Mahoney, M. C.; Donation of shell collection. 1932
2 Norvell, W. C.; Improvement of Florida schools; educational legislation. 1932
2 Owen, R. B.; Contractor for demonstration school. 1932
2 Zimmerman, L. P.; PTA in colleges. 1932
2 Parrott, M.; University while Tigert gone. 1932
2 Robins, R.; Gift of Chinsegut Hill to Gov. 1932
2 Sledd, A.; Speak at university commencement. 1932
2 Tigert to: Brown, E. E.; Commissioners of education. 1932
2 Tigert to: Capen, S. P.; Medal to replace honorary degree as honor. 1932
2 Tigert to: Carlton, D. E.; Education building; Florida players. 1932
2 Tigert to: Cawthon, W. S.; Yonge portrait; records of defunct institutions. 1932
2 Tigert to: Trusler, H. R.; Attorney General ruling on entrance certificates as public property and university grades. 1932
2 Tigert to: Ware, Mrs. G. G.; Florida's tax base. 1932
2 Tigert to: Yonge, P. K.; FIDAC medal (Federation Interalliee des Anciens Combattants). 1932
2 Arnold, J. R.; Student housing project. 1933
2 Assn. of St. Univ.; Military course credit. 1933
2 Assn. of land grant colleges and universities; Appropriations to land grant institutions; reduction in Fed. 1933
2 Babson, R. W.; Education building and lab school. 1933
2 Chandler, H. W.; Discontinuance of accrediting committee. 1933
2 Cor, E. F.; Everglades national park. 1933
2 Diamond, J. T.; Nepotism. 1933
2 Frazier, B. W.; Results of fed. subsidies to vocational education and teacher training. 1933
2 Florida Health Council; F. L. Adams made president. 1933
2 Graham, K. H.; Board meeting. 1933
2 Grassfield, R. G.; Pan Am Committee Puerto Rican Florida Tour. 1933
2 Hilty, G. R.; Information on soil, climatic and geographic conditions of Florida. 1933
2 Matherly, W. J.; Coop in Tenn. river basin experiment. 1933
2 Lartique, D.; Office activities while Tigert gone. 1933
2 Leigh, T. R.; 2 yr Fla residence law for state employees. 1933
2 Pearson, R. A.; Grad. work for negros in state inst. 1933
2 Norman, J. W.; St. residence requirements for faculty members. 1933
2 Parrott, Mary; Office activities during Tigert's absence. 1933
2 Robins, R.; Chinsegut Hill. 1933
2 Peterson, J. H.; ROTC curtailment due to depression. 1933
2 Sledd, A.; Speaking engagement and sitting for portrait. 1933
2 So. Assn. of Col. secondary; Athletics salaries; extension work. 1933
2 Spaulding, F. H.; Accreditation Comm. visit to U of Tampa. 1933
2 Stewart, I. A. TB; Alligator editorial policy (Forum column). 1933
2 Buchholz, Mrs. F. W.; Sledd portrait. 1933
2 Cawthon, W. S.; Accreditation committee. 1933
2 Farr, J. M. 1933
2 Graves, F. P.; General education board grant for lab school. 1933
2 Owen, R. B.; Appropriations for land grant colleges and universities. 1933
2 Sholtz, D.; Education Bldg., Univ. appropriations. 1933
2 University Council; Comm. on status of research at UF. 1933
2 Van Nostrand Pub; Protest against resale of text books. 1933
2 Virginia Ed. Assn.; Speech by Tigert on NRA codes. 1933
2 Wagg, A. H.; Ed. Comm. of St. C of C. 1933
2 Yonge, P. K.; Laboratory School. 1933
2 Allen, C. M.; FERA student employment. 1934
2 Am. Assn. of Univ. Prof.; Appointment standards; salaries; Kokomoor, F. W.; AAUP representation on U Comm. 1934
2 American Legion; Florida field dedication and plaques; Sholtz, D. 1934
2 Assn. of Am. Coll.; Speaking engagement; Kelly, R. L. 1934
2 Assn. of land grant colleges; Organization and status of UF; Compulsory ROTC; Fed. appropriation to land grant colleges. 1934
2 Baldwin, G. H.; Pres. entertainment fund. 1934
2 Barker, T. D.; TVA libraries and activities. 1934
2 Bennett, C.; Prohibition vote. 1934
2 Bradley, F. W.; Student Government. 1934
2 Brown, H.; Beautification of FERA grounds. 1934
2 Carnegie Foundation; Studies of reorganization of Ed. in states; Hill, D. S. 1934
2 Chandler, H. W.; Transfer of D credit from FSWC. 1934
2 Colliver, J. A.; Church and religion faculty. 1934
2 Coe, E. F.; Estab. of everglades national park. 1934
2 Cody, M. D.; Fuller gift of paintings of Florida wild flowers to botany department. 1934
2 Goodykoontz, Bess (Offc. of Ed., US); Educational survey of Florida; general; Educational and cultural influence of radio. 1934
2 Farr, J. M.; Accreditation committee (U of Tampa). 1934
2 FEA; Evaluation of Florida school survey. 1934
2 Richards, J. S. 1934
2 Grant, U. S.; Nobel Peace Awards nominations. 1934
2 Graves, F. P.; Evaluation lab schools. 1934
2 Hall, T. H.; Federal Aid for Education. 1934
2 Hawkins, W.; NRA and WG Carleton. 1934
3 Holt, H.; FERA student employment. 1934
3 Porter, W. J.; Jr. Colleges. 1934
3 Klinefelter, C. F.; FERA student employment. 1934
3 Landis, C. E.; W. Q. A. exploration of mounds. 1934
3 Leigh, T. R.; ERA Naval stores project. 1934
3 Matherly, W. J.; Suggested UF - TVA projects. 1934
3 McVey, F. L.; TVA. 1934
3 Mead, A. R.; Lab School Dedication. 1934
3 Moor. 1934
3 Morelock, H. W.; History of adult ed. 1934
3 Osterhus, P. O.; FERA transient students. 1934
3 Parrott, Mary; Activities of Office - Tigert away. 1934
3 Perry, A. F.; FERA Aeronautic training. 1934
3 Sherrill, W. C.; Prohibition repeal. 1934
3 So. Assn. of C. and S.; General extension study, teacher training. 1934
3 Spaulding, F. H.; Accreditation of Tampa U. 1934
3 Cawthon, W. S. 1934
3 Connor, J. A.; Oral history project, FERA projects in general. 1934
3 Fuller, E. A.; Presentation of paintings of Florida wildlife to Botany Dept., FERA Florida art project. 1934
3 Jenkins, J. C.; FERA night school conflict with Central Florida business school. 1934
3 Pepper, W. M.; Repeal of Prohibition. 1934
3 Tolbert, B. A.; Board of control medal contests. 1934
3 Crawford, T. H.; Ed. J. Triay, Jr. Estate. 1934
3 Keu. 1934
3 Leigh, T. R.; Portrait of Gen. Edmund Kirby-Smith. 1934
3 Van Leer, B. R.; FERA Projects. 1934
3 Wall, P. G.; Sales tax for Florida. 1934
3 White, W.; NAACP anti lynching bill. 1934
3 Wilbur, W.; FERA night adult school. 1934
3 Williams, J. F.; Vocational agriculture teachers in Florida, list. 1934
3 Wright, F. S.; R. Robins to speak. 1934
3 Zook, G. F.; FERA student employment. 1934
3 Alderman, L. R.; FERA student employment. 1935
3 Alsberg, H. G.; Fed. writers project. 1935
3 AAUP; Kusner, J. H.; Representation of U committees. 1935
3 Am. Council on Ed.; Zook, G. F.; American Film Inst. 1935
3 Am. Legion; Pridgen, C. L.; Medal for ROTC rifle team champ. 1935
3 Arnold, J. R.; Consolidation of St. and U. Dept. of Geology. 1935
3 Assn. of Am. Col.; Meetings and speaking engagements. 1935
3 Assn. of L. G. C. and U.; Public relations council for assn. and member institutions; Mann, A. R. 1935
3 Baldwin, G. H.; Parity clause. 1935
3 Calmes, G. B.; FERA student employment. 1935
3 Carnegie Corp.; Application for grant for study of UC program; Keppel, F. P. 1935
3 Diamond, J. T.; Special status for 70 year old faculty. 1935
3 Education, Office of; Studebaker, J. W.; Economic Security Act, Ed. of Handicapped children; Kalbach, L. A.; Kelly, F. J. 1935
3 Landis, C. D.; Models for state laws. 1935
3 Landon, J. T.; Propeller club. 1935
3 Parker, J. P.; Oak trees by law bldg given by 1935 class. 1935
3 LeCron, J. D.; Transfer of Navy radio for hurricane research. 1935
3 Lee, J. R. E.; Inspection of college library by UF committee. 1935
3 Leigh, T. R.; FERA Naval stores project. 1935
3 Leonardy, H.; Students for WPA projects. 1935
3 Matherly, W. J.; Propeller club. 1935
3 Memminger, Mrs. C.; Memminger mineral collection. 1935
3 Moehlman, A. B.; The Nation's school publication resignation as member of editorial board; Article on lab school. 1935
3 National Assn of State Univ; Crane, A. G.; Radio Committee, Rept. included State Univ. 1935
3 National Council Boy Scouts of America; Tigert member of council. 1935
3 National Ed. Assn.; Peik, W. E.; Membership on Comm. on Curr. in higher education. 1935
3 Newell, W.; Research in irrigation. 1935
3 Noer, F. J.; Editorial objective of college newspapers. 1935
3 Porter, W. E.; American Youth Congress. 1935
3 Sears, W. J.; Hurricane research grant. 1935
3 Sherrill, W.; Organization and functions of 1934-35 student government. 1935
3 Southern Assn. of Colls. and Secondary Schools; Huntley, M. C.; Extension and correspondence courses, comm. memberships. 1935
3 Stelzle, C.; Tr. of motion picture industry to Florida. 1935
3 Tigert to: Leigh, T. R.; WPA Research Projects room. 1935
3 Tigert to: Sholtz, D.; Athletics and education. 1935
3 Tigert to: Tode, A. M.; Propeller Club. 1935
3 Tigert to: Trannekkm, P.; Irrigation research. 1935
3 Tigert to: Boozer, W. O.; Triary trust. 1935
3 Tigert to: Upham, A. H.; FERA student employment. 1935
3 Tigert to: Van Leer, B. R.; Engineering College faculty; WPA white collar project; Florida mapping project. 1935
3 Tigert to: Wartman, A. B.; Wartman portrait. 1935
3 Tigert to: Williams, A.; Nat. youth administrator for Florida. 1935
3 Abbey, K. T.; Survey of Fed. archives FWPA. 1936
3 Byers, C. F.; AAUP code of ethics. 1936
3 AAUP; Special status allowance, leaves of absence, retirement and pensions. 1936
3 Assn. of Am. Colleges; Membership in. 1936
3 Am. Council on Ed.; Zook, G. F.; Smith, P.; Achievement exams, training of college teachers. 1936
3 Assn. of land grant coll.; Mann, A. R.; Walton, T. O.; Lee, J. R. E.; Wn representative, military training, comm. on organization and policy, admission of reps from negro land grand colleges to assn.; Hullihen, W.; Burruss, J. A.; Hoskins, J. D. 1936
3 Ayers, H. M.; Coordination of ed. in Florida. 1936
3 Baldwin, C. H.; Policies re: special status and disabled employees. 1936
3 Branning, R. E.; Saunders Collection (W. Palm Beach). 1936
3 Chandler, H. W.; Special status policy. 1936
3 Copy, M. D.; WPA writers project on Florida. 1936
3 Conradi, E.; Special status policy. 1936
3 Courson, W. L.; Gift to photographic lab. 1936
3 Diamond, J. T.; Workmen compensation act. 1936
3 Newell, W.; DuPont De Menours fellowship (agreement attached). 1936
3 Eddy, P.; WPA adult education project. 1936
3 Fla. Assn. of colleges; speaking engagement. 1936
3 Fla. Assn. of colleges; Anderson, W. A.; Statistics on Florida schools. 1936
3 Fla. Assn. of colleges; Peel, J. C. 1936
3 English, C.; Revision of Fla. School Code. 1936
3 Glunt, J. W.; WPA state guide of Florida. 1936
3 Heagy, J. A.; West Point appointment. 1936
3 Hughes, C. R.; WPA state guide for Florida. 1936
3 Landis, C. D.; Workmen's compensation law. 1936
3 Weil, J.; Gift to lab from Line Material Co. 1936
3 Loftin, S. M.; PWA diary products lab project. 1936
3 Mowry, H.; Workmen's compensation. 1936
3 Newell, W. 1936
3 O'Brien, G.; Fed. housing survey. 1936
3 Ocala Limerock Corp.; Horne, W.N.; Gift of materials for tennis courts. 1936
3 Oxley, H. W.; Fed CCC Camps. 1936
3 Riley, B. C.; WPA state guide of Florida. 1936
3 Sholtz, D.; Human security amendment, Florida. 1936
3 Southern Assn. of Colls. and Secondary Schools; McClelland, S. W.; Huntley, M. C.; Membership Committee, Comm. on Curricula, Extension work. 1936
3 Newell, W.; St. forestry bd. and Austin Carey memorial forest. 1936
3 Tigert to: Cawthon, W. S.; Supervisor of social life at camp Roosevelt. 1936
3 Tigert to: Landis, C. D.; Workmen's compensation law. 1936
3 Tigert to: Parrish, M. M.; Federal housing administration. 1936
3 Tigert to: Trusler, T. R.; Workmen's compensation law. 1936
3 Tigert to: Van Leer, B. R.; WPA mapping project, WPA aviation ground school. 1936
3 Tigert to: Youngblood, J. A.; National Youth Adm. 1936
3 Tigert to: Fischer, Stella to Frank S. Wright; Her efforts in 1925 to pass the bill which allowed women to attend UF in limited circumstances. 1936
3 Alderman, L. R.; I. T. Sprinkle appt. as St. Ed. Director for WPA in Florida. 1937
3 Am. Council on Ed.; Nead, A. R.; Zook, G. F.; Norman, J. W.; Teacher education project. 1937
3 AAUW; Hatton, M.W.; Approval for women grad of UF summer school. 1937
3 Assn. of land grant colleges and universities; Creel, C. W.; Walton, T. O.; Agricultural research and extension executive committee ch. 1937
3 Baldwin, G. H.; Est. of research exp. station. 1937
3 Beckham, W. H.; Fraternities and scholarship. 1937
3 Black, A. P.; Fluoride research project. 1937
3 Brown, E. T.; NYA funds. 1937
3 Daytona Fianace Co. Orrell, R. W.; Van Leer, B. R.; Junkers diesel engine and generator for mechanical engr. lab. 1937
3 Leigh, T. R.; Deming prize for chemical society. 1937
3 English, Colin; Camp Roosevelt. 1937
3 Lee, J. R. E.; Short courses for negroes. 1937
3 Florida Assn. of Colls.; Atwood, R. S.; Jr. Colleges, statewide calendars to avoid conflicts, retirement committee. 1937
3 Getzen, S. W.; Fed. housing admin. 1937
3 Givens, W. E.; Fed. aid to schools (NEA). 1937
3 Norman, J. W.; Gifts to U (Fulk ed. library, Doe Shell Co.). 1937
3 Morris, A. C.; Oral History. 1937
3 Leigh, T. R.; Hart drug corp. fellowship. 1937
3 Hatt, W. S.; Coll. of curious pottery, coins. 1937
3 Hayes, R. H.; Coll. of Philippine objects. 1937
3 May, Philip; Ruins of water mill on Floridian co. property, Fla dsden col. 1937
3 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; James, H. G.; Comm. of curricular adjustments. 1937
3 Office of Ed; Goodykoontz, B.; Studebaker, J. W.; Accrediting relations comm., WRUF, Housing of office of ed. 1937
3 Olson, C. M.; WPA division of ed. 1937
3 Parrott, M.; Resignation. 1937
3 Propoertioners, Inc.; Leigh, T. R.; Chloro feed machine for water treatment plant experimentation. 1937
3 Southeastern Conf.; Crane, A. G.; Athletic scholarship rules, control of athletics. 1937
3 So. Assn. of Colleges; Andrews, A. B.; Trusler, H. R.; Duncan, L. N.; Law college admissions standards, peace campaign among students. 1937
3 Sutton, E. B.; Neely Pettengill bill to control motion picture distribution. 1937
3 Terry, R. P.; Fraternity Row. 1937
3 Tigert to: Costans, H. P.; Board of control awards. 1937
3 Tigert to: Diamond, J. T.; Enrollment statistics; list of ass. of arts candidates; cover letters for other reports. 1937
3 Tigert to: Dill, R. J.; Florida mapping project, WPA. 1937
3 Tigert to: Pepper, C.; Broadcast of Nat. Radio, NYA cut. 1937
3 Tigert to: Weaver, J. W.; Am. student union. 1937
4 Adair, H. P.; Quota system for fraternities. 1938
4 Am. council on ed.; Zook, G. F.; Works, G. A.; Cooperative study of gen. ed. 1938
4 AAUW; Smith, M. H.; Membership. 1938
4 Andrews, C. O.; WPA Florida Project. 1938
4 Assn. of land grant colleges and universities; Walton, T. O.; Slate, W. L.; Newell, W.; Officers of UF; duplication of ag work between fed and state agencies. 1938
4 Beaty, R. C.; Report on fraternities. 1938
4 Bentley, E. R.; Florida state bar assn WPA project. 1938
4 Bivens, W. J.; Fraternity houses. 1938
4 Weil, J.; Gift from A. Brest for Benton loan fund. 1938
4 LaMair, L. G.; Carnegie Corp, music set. 1938
4 Pitts, E.; Office while Tigert gone. 1938
4 Corse, C. D.; WPA Florida Guide. 1938
4 Conradi, E.; David Newell's motion picture. 1938
4 Crosby, W. J.; E. L. Wartmann portrait. 1938
4 Douglas, H.; Phi Kappa Psi. 1938
4 Eddy, H. M.; WPA workers. 1938
4 English, C.; Dade County school survey; conf., F. E. A. school revenue amendment; Rickards, J. S. 1938
4 Interim conf. on ed.; Tigert's visit to U of Havana. 1938
4 Leigh, T. R.; WPA white collar projects. 1938
4 Little, W. W. 1938
4 Robertson, A. C. 1938
4 McRae, B.; Florida law authorizing sale of educational lands. 1938
4 Matherly, W. J.; Conservation courses. 1938
4 McDloud, R.; Fluoride Research Project. 1938
4 National Assn of State Univ; Crane, A. G.; James, H. G.; Officers; Radio comm. report; time and place of mtgs. 1938
4 Newell, J. P.; Student polls in state policies. 1938
4 Newell, W.; Special status for experiment station and extension Sv. employees; WPA project for control of dog fly; Comm. in charge of Seagle bldg. 1938
4 Office of Ed; Inter Am. Conf; certified workers for WRUF (WPA); Accrediting of U of Tampa. 1938
4 Oxtoby, T. V.; Tigert's definition of education. 1938
4 Pitts, E.; Exportation of Phosphate from Florida. 1938
4 Price, J. E.; Policy re social fraternities at UF. 1938
4 Reed, Mrs. R.; WPA workers for library. 1938
4 Riley, B. C. 1938
4 Robins, R.; Chinsegut Hill. 1938
4 Sikes, R. F.; Award for Journalism student. 1938
4 Southworth, R. A.; WPA workers. 1938
4 So. Assn. of C and SS; Trusler; Hoke, K. J.; Law college statistics; uniform program in SS. 1938
4 Sprinkle, I. T.; Gen. Ext. courses for WPA teachers. 1938
4 Tigert to: Andrews, C. O.; Fed. aid to ed. 1938
4 Tigert to: Cochran, R. S.; Fluoride research, WPA. 1938
4 Tigert to: Friley, C. E.; Fed. aid to ed. 1938
4 Tigert to: Getzen, S. W.; Dormitories. 1938
4 Tigert to: Montgomery, J. H.; Seagle Blvd. Committee. 1938
4 Tigert to: Van Hyning, T.; F. St. Mus. and Seagle Blvd. 1938
4 Tigert to: Turner, G. M.; WPA teachers and ext. courses. 1938
4 Tigert to: Leigh, T. R.; Wallace and Tiernan Co. gift to Chemistry Dept. 1938
4 Tigert to: Weaver, R.; WPA workers. 1938
4 Tigert to: Weil, J. 1938
4 Tigert to: Wilson, D. G.; CCC camps organization. 1938
4 Tigert to: Youngblood, J. A.; NYA, student aid conf. 1938
4 AAUP; Faculty Club space. 1939
4 AAUW; Adams, K. R.; Holt, J. R.; McHale, K.; Membership. 1939
4 Assn. of land grant colleges and universities; Ladd, C. E.; Burruss, J. A. E.; Newell, W.; Hopkins, S. R.; Kelly, F. J.; St. - Fed. relations affecting ag. programs; executive comm. work; military courses. 1939
4 Beasley, C. C.; Fraternity quota plan and regulations. 1939
4 Beaty, R. C. 1939
4 Byrd, H. C.; Negro professional schools. 1939
4 Carr, A. M.; Protection of birds on campus. 1939
4 Corse, C. D.; Florida guide (WPA project). 1939
4 Eddy, P. E.; Gift of Henrie May Eddy's Fla. books. 1939
4 Foote, P. A.; Fla. St. Pharmaceutical Assn. gift to library. 1939
4 French, W.; Progressive schools in Florida. 1939
4 General E. Board; Mann, A. R.; Candidates for fellowships. 1939
4 General Tung oil Corp. Fellowships; Carnegie, C. B.; Beaty, R. C. 1939
4 Graham, K. H.; Deed and abstract P. K. Y. School. 1939
4 Hanks, B.; Newcomen society. 1939
4 Hockaday, F. J.; Student records for recommendations. 1939
4 Holmes, C. E.; Statement on knowledge of constitution by Tigert. 1939
4 Hume, H. H.; Statement on conservation dept. 1939
4 Hunter, F. M.; Recommendation for G. D. Humphrey as President of Oregon State College. 1939
4 Huskisson, J. C.; West Point. 1939
4 Institute on Inter-Exchange Students; Fischer, E. J. 1939
4 Johnson, P.; Oxford student. 1939
4 Kenan, Jr., W. B.; H. M. Flagler's desk and chair. 1939
4 Knight, J.; Grandson's record. 1939
4 Leigh, T. R.; Gift to Jr. Dept. of Type, etc. from Krause Co. 1939
4 Lehman, K.; P. W. A. aid to build highway thru Ocala National Forest. 1939
4 Le Pla, F. M.; League of Nations. 1939
4 Mahorner, S. A.; Hist. records survey. 1939
4 May, Phil; Tigert's evaluation of colleges for M's daughter. 1939
4 Montenegro, E.; Visiting Carnegie professor. 1939
4 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; James, H. G.; Crane, A. G.; Tigert president; radio comm. report. 1939
4 Bitting, C. E.; Napoleon B. Broward fellowship; Newell, W.; Moran, J. W. 1939
4 Newell, W.; WPA project for card index of all insects known or recorded as occurring in Florida. 1939
4 O'Connell, S.; Bryan Lounge offered to fac. use. 1939
4 Parvin, C. F.; Neely Bill (law). 1939
4 Penrose, C.; Newcomen society. 1939
4 Pepper, C.; Retroactive assessment of income tax for faculty. 1939
4 Peterson, J. H.; J. F. Coates correspondence. 1939
4 Phi Beta Kappa; Shimer, W. A.; Am. forum of the air. 1939
4 Smith, F. C.; Admission of negroes due to Gaines ruling of supreme court. 1939
4 Hull, W. C.; Civil service ing. U of Tampa. 1939
4 Weil, J.; Estab. of research council and member recommendations. 1939
4 Russell, W. F.; World educational congress. 1939
4 Southeastern Conf.; Crane, A. G.; Walsh, G.; Funkhouser, W. D.; Athletic rules and meets. 1939
4 Southern Assn. of Cooleges and Univ.; Wilson, T. J.; Terry, R. P.; Donovan, H. L.; Membership; accrediting comm. 1939
4 Southworth, R. A.; WPA project to compile and index annotation on restatement of law for Florida. 1939
4 Tigert to: Arnold, J. R.; Condolences. 1939
4 Tigert to: Butler, N. M.; Visiting Carnegie Prof. 1939
4 Tigert to: Devane, D.; Phi Kappa Sigma. 1939
4 Tigert to: Dowling, J. H.; Campus roadway. 1939
4 Tigert to: Gibbs, G. C.; Est. of lab for criminal investigation at UF. 1939
4 Tigert to: Hill, W. L.; Sen. Fletcher's papers. 1939
4 Tigert to: Lee, C.; One thousand dollars for U polio drive. 1939
4 Tigert to: Mathews, W. C.; Dunning letters from merchants. 1939
4 Tigert to: Christensen, B. V.; U. S. Pharmacopoeia gift of Ergot to school of pharmacy. 1939
4 Tigert to: Bitting, C. R.; Scholarships from Bitting as memorial for Wescott, Jennings and Broward; U. S. sugar corp. fellowship; announcement and agreement incl. 1939
4 Tigert to: Wilson, J. Y.; WPA hurricane res. project. 1939
4 Tigert to: Youngblood, J. A.; NYA student aid. 1939
5 AAUP; Brybetm, J.; Hepburn, W. M.; Newell, W.; Pomeroy, J. R.; Univ. constitution revision; reasons for discontinuance of position; faculty club space; academic tenure. 1940
5 AAUW; Perry, I.; Pitts, E.; Farrer, J. C.; Smith, M. H.; Membership in. 1940
5 Am. council on ed.; Zook, G. F.; Accrediting comm. 1940
5 Am. Cyanamid Co.; Newell, W.; Simpson, T. M.; Allison, R. V.; Fellowship. 1940
5 Ass. of land grant colleges and univ.; Walton, T. O.; Crane, A. G.; Sanford, S. V.; Cooper, T.; Brittain, M. L.; Gov. of Florida first alumnus of UF elected to that office; radio comm.; nutrition comm. as part of national defense program; gen. ext. work Ga. Tech. 1940
5 Assn. of So. St. U's; Ives, C. A.; Burrus, J. A.; Meeting of presidents. 1940
5 Atkinson, A.; Nat. Assn. of St. U. 1940
5 Atwood, R. S.; Inter Am. Ed. and Cultural Conf. 1940
5 Bannerman, M. T.; Motion picture industry control. 1940
5 Beard, P.; Committee for golf course. 1940
5 Beall, C. A.; CCC Applicants. 1940
5 Bethune, M. M.; NYA funds. 1940
5 Black, J. R.; WPA Fla music project contract with central Florida symphony. 1940
5 Byrd, H. C.; Discussion of state univ. problems. 1940
5 Chandler, H. W.; WPA writers project. 1940
5 Hill, W. B.; Transcription project of Florida historical documents. 1940
5 Corse, C. D.; List of activities of Florida writer's project (WPA). 1940
5 Colee, H.; Historical records survey. 1940
5 Crane, A. G.; FCC appointment. 1940
5 Davis, F. W.; Employee training school of the U. S. Sugar Corp. 1940
5 Davidson, D. M.; Recruiting of faculty from other universities. 1940
5 Duncan, L. N.; Univ. college org. at Alabama. 1940
5 Dykstra, C. A.; Suggestions for N. Assn. of St. U's meeting. 1940
5 Educational policies commission; Givens, W. E.; Florida's favorable position for inter American work. 1940
5 Eutsler, R. B.; WPA research project. 1940
5 Florida ed. assn.; Comm. on retirement. 1940
5 General Education Board; Davis, J.; Hume, H. H.; Reitz, J. W.; Fellowships. 1940
5 Gilmore, E. A.; Nat. Assn of St U program suggestions. 1940
5 Graham, K. H.; Loan Committee. 1940
5 Gray, R. A.; Inauguration of Gov. Holland. 1940
5 Hamilton, J. W.; Alligator Gubernatorial Forum. 1940
5 Hamlett, M.; Adult education. 1940
5 Haskell, H. S.; Visiting Carnegie professor. 1940
5 Hopkins, S. R.; Armed forces recruiters on campus. 1940
5 Hume, H.; Horticulture dept. flower sales monies to be used for scholarships. 1940
5 Hullihen, W.; Date of origin of UF. 1940
5 Hyneman, C. S.; Relations of faculty and board. 1940
5 James, H. G.; Jr. Colleges. 1940
5 Johnson, O. G.; Quartermaster School. 1940
5 Jones, E. L.; WPS project to codify ordinances of Florida Municipalities. 1940
5 Julius Roosevelt Fund; Embree, E. R.; Fellowships, J. W. Reitz. 1940
5 Kusner, J. H.; WPA Florida music project. 1940
5 Flood, E. L.; Student rights and sit downs. 1940
5 Leebrick, K. C.; Kent St. U. membership in Assn. of St. U. 1940
5 Malott, D. W.; Assn. of St. U. 1940
5 McCullar, C. B.; Student records. 1940
5 Maclachlan, J. M.; Writers project. 1940
5 Montenegro, E.; Carnegie visiting professor. 1940
5 Moor, B. W.; Opening of state library. 1940
5 Murphree, C. L.; WPA Florida music project. 1940
5 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; Gilmore, E. A.; Willard, A. C.; Wells, H. B.; Membership eligibilities; Coop on National Defense; committee appointments. 1940
5 Nat. Municipal League; Dykstra, C. A.; Evans, S. H.; Invitation to membership. 1940
5 NYA; Creel, C.; Andrews, C. O.; Onthank, K. W.; Dale, H. C.; Appropriations. 1940
5 Newell, W.; E. L. Wartmann portrait; Land use planning committee. 1940
5 North, Henry R.; Animal Husbandry; Cat. of museum. 1940
5 Office of Ed; Kelly, F. J.; Studebaker, J. W.; Garris, E. W.; Newell, W.; Policies re: transfer credit; Inter American relations personnel; study of Agricultural ed. of less than college grade at U.F.; Retirement plan for ag. ext. workers. 1940
5 Oxley, H. W.; CCC transfers. 1940
5 Pannell, H. C.; Recruiting of H. S. seniors. 1940
5 Parr, R. R.; Florida music project, WPA. 1940
5 Parrish, M.M.; Recommendation for M. Parrott. 1940
5 Parott, M.; Recommendation. 1940
5 Pepper, C.; Quartermaster training school; WPA projects approved. 1940
5 Pepper, W. M.; Recommendation. 1940
5 Philip, Sister M.; Bishop Barry. 1940
5 Research Council; Eutsler, R. B.; Weil, J.; Norman, J. W.; Policies; Representation on council. 1940
5 Shedd, C. P.; Religion and the U. 1940
5 Shimer, W. A.; Phi Beta Kappa. 1940
5 Slattery, H.; Rural electrification admin. 1940
5 Sloan Foundation; Norman, J. W.; Nutter, H. E.; Sloan, H. S.; Weil, J.; Sloan proj. in applied economics; Housing project. 1940
5 Seaman, A. O.; Recommendation of Paul Smith Construction Co. 1940
5 Soto, J. B.; Nat. Assn. of St. U. 1940
5 Southeastern Conf.; Conner, M. S.; Griffin, J. L.; Russell, F.; Humphrey, G. D.; Crane, A. G.; Athletic rules; eligibility; scholarships; etc. List of member colleges. 1940
5 So. Assn. of C. and SS; Hoke, K. J.; G. E. Board grant for study of curricular problems and res. 1940
5 So. Sts. Industrial Cncl; Gilbert, C. C.; Speech. 1940
5 So. Youth Conference; D'Argonne, M. C.; Grad Ed. for negroes. 1940
5 Southworth, R. A.; Adult education. 1940
5 Schroder, R.; WPA projects. 1940
5 Stearns, R. L.; Nat. Assn. of St. U. meetings. 1940
5 Stieglitz, E. J.; Studies of aging. 1940
5 Studebaker, J. W.; Retirement bill for land grant college employees. 1940
5 Tennessee Corp.; Leigh, T. R.; Newell, W.; Plummer, J. K.; Fellowship. 1940
5 Tigert to: Atwood, R. S.; Rare maps for Inter Am. 1940
5 Tigert to: Corse, C. D.; Archives of Univ. project (WPA). 1940
5 Tigert to: Knight, P. L.; Fletcher papers. 1940
5 Tigert to: Wilson, M. B.; Preservation of pub. records and doc. 1940
5 Tigert to: Pepper, C.; PKY library wing, building program. 1940
5 Tigert to: Shackelford, T. M.; Recommendation of rd. rood. 1940
5 Tigert to: Smith, M.; Prepayment of taxes by Fla. power. 1940
5 Tigert to: Boyd, M. F.; Rockefeller scholarship fund. 1940
5 Tigert to: Walker, J. B.; Jr. College in Orlando. 1940
5 Tigert to: Walton, T. O.; Fed. tax on St. and local emp. salaries. 1940
5 Tigert to: Weil, J.; Cooperation with TEA: civilian flight training courses. 1940
5 Tigert to: Whiting, R. V.; Postal telegraph facilities in language hall. 1940
5 Tigert to: Zimmerman, J. F.; Nat. Ass. of St. U meeting. 1940
5 Tigert to: Walton, T. O.; Fed. leg. for retirement (land grant colleges and Univ.). 1940
6 AAUP; Green, T. F.; A. S. Rhoads position. 1941
6 Am. Council on Ed.; Goldthorpe, J. H.; Zook, G. F.; Accrediting procedures. 1941
6 Andrews, C. O.; CCC and NYA. 1941
6 Assn. of land grant colleges and universities; Ives, C. A.; Humphrey, G. D.; Grand, A. G.; Walton, T. O.; Studies of ed. in So.; Meetings; program comm.,; minutes of meeting or presidents; UF radio report; lowering of draft age. 1941
6 Bailes, M.; D. Campbell pres. of FSCW. 1941
6 Beaumont, L. D.; $1000 contribution to UF. 1941
6 Black, A. P.; WPA management committee. 1941
6 Boyd, P. M.; Wesley foundation bldg. cornerstone laying. 1941
6 Brown, M. G.; Memorial for father. 1941
6 Carnegie Corp.; Lister, R. M.; Carnegie music set usage. 1941
6 Chandler, H. R.; Comm. to canvas results of work conf. on higher ed. of so. assn. of colleges and secondary schools. 1941
6 Corse, C. D.; WPA Fla. writer's project. 1941
6 Crane, A. G.; Politics and U's president's. 1941
6 Davis, D. W.; Fertilizer. 1941
6 Diamond, J. T.; Purchases and board action. 1941
6 Duncan, H. C.; Dev. of muck lands in lake county. 1941
6 Weaves, R.; Henry DuPont gift of books to architecture library. 1941
6 English, C.; Florida teacher ed. advisory council membership. 1941
6 Eutsler, R. B.; Duties of research council, policies. 1941
6 Faulkner, E. H.; Fertilizer and soils of Florida. 1941
6 Ferguson, O. J.; Ringling museum as state property. 1941
6 Florida Limerock Assn.; Weil, J.; Lime rock research grant. 1941
6 General ed. board; Grants. 1941
6 Harrell, F. B.; Reasons for voting against teachers retirement bill. 1941
6 Harris, R. C.; So. Assn of C and SS conf. on higher ed. 1941
6 Haskel, H. S.; Carnegie Endowment for Intl Peace grant for publication of Caribbean conf. proceedings. 1941
6 Holland, S. L.; U building program: fed. dep. of ag.; Interference with land grant colleges. 1941
6 Inst. of Intl ed.; Fischer, E. J.; Exchange scholarships. 1941
6 Kelser, P. L. (Mrs.); Student political activities. 1941
6 Knott, Mrs. W. V.; Book of letters to grandchildren. 1941
6 Lee, J. R. E.; Graduate courses at Fla. A and M. 1941
6 Leigh, T. R.; Comm. on patents and copyrights. 1941
6 Loewenstein, Prince; Lecture tour. 1941
6 Loukas, C.; Message to George II of Greece. 1941
6 Mahorner, S. A.; Historical records survey (WPA). 1941
6 Marchman, W. Fla. Histl. Soc.; Subsidy for their quarterly. 1941
6 Nat. Adv. Comm. on Ed.; Sikes, R.; CCC NYA programs and the public schools. 1941
6 Morrow, F. J.; Colin Kelly memorials. 1941
6 Mowry, H.; Teacher's retirement funds. 1941
6 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; Ruthven, A. G.; Hauck, A. A.; Dennis, L. H.; Zimmerman, J. F.; Meetings; Wyoming investigation; Religious life of students; Report of Progress of Assn. 1941
6 Newell, W.; Eligibility of Ext. workers for teachers retirement program. 1941
6 O'Conell, S. C.; Appointment. 1941
6 Overstreet, H. E.; Teachers retirement bill amendment. 1941
6 Pepper, C.; WPA project approved. 1941
6 Persons, J. C.; Radio training at UF for Army. 1941
6 Pierce, R.; State services to blind. 1941
6 Pitts, E.; Office while Tigert gone. 1941
6 Poucher, A.; Laundry and dry cleaning project. 1941
6 Robins, R.; Recommendation for J. Patterson. 1941
6 Rood, Ed.; Appreciation. 1941
6 Shelton, R. C.; Offering body for sale. 1941
6 Simmons, G. B.; Bibliography of Florida materials. 1941
6 Slattery, H.; Rural electrification admin. 1941
6 Sloan Foundation; Sloan, H. S.; Grants and fellowships. 1941
6 Southeastern Conf.; Conner, M. S.; Athletics; Amendment of constitution. 1941
6 Tigert to: Booth, J. W.; Bond taxes on exempt property. 1941
6 Tigert to: Corse, C. D.; WPA project for bibliography of free Florida materials. 1941
6 Tigert to: Cunningham, H. E.; Policy re: colleges. 1941
6 Tigert to: Eustler, R. B.; Jr. meetings between research council and comm. on patents and copyrights. 1941
6 Tigert to: Gray, R. A.; Inauguration of gov. 1941
6 Tigert to: Hershey, L. B.; Selective service law. 1941
6 Tigert to: Loukas, C.; Greek war relief. 1941
6 Tigert to: Pickett, W. H.; Opening of U during polio epidemic. 1941
6 Tigert to: Poynter, N.; Appointment. 1941
6 Tigert to: Southworth, R.; WPA music project scholarship. 1941
6 Tigert to: Trusler, H. R.; Legal methods of getting cheaper rates for dry cleaning and laundry. 1941
6 Tigert to: Walton, T. O.; Formula for discussions at land grant meetings. 1941
6 Tigert to: Wods, A. F.; Retirement from grad school; USDA. 1941
6 Tigert to: Trippe, J. T.; Pan American Relations. 1941
6 Tigert to: U. S. Sugar Corp.; Moran, J. W.; Jennings and Broward Scholarships. 1941
6 Tigert to: Versaggi, J.; Tutoring for student from Naval Academy. 1941
6 Tigert to: Walker, D.; Garrett; G. P. for federal judgeship. 1941
6 Tigert to: Walker, J. B.; Orlando Jr. College. 1941
6 Tigert to: Watson, J. T.; Opinion of attorney general on right of negro to attend UF to take course not given by Fla. A and M. 1941
6 Tigert to: Weeks, W. C.; Use of maps of Florida mapping project by U. S. Corps of Engineers. 1941
6 Tigert to: Whittaker, C. E.; Noteworthy contribution of Florida to culture. 1941
6 AAUP; Robertson, C. A.; Burnet, J.; Salaries of faculty, A. S. Rhoads case. 1942
6 AAUW; Hobbes, L. B.; Membership for women grads of UF summer school. 1942
6 Assn. of Am. Colleges; Snavely, G. E.; Visiting prof. of music; Diehl, C. E.; Univ. of Tampa, military training. 1942
6 Assn. of land gt. coll.; Walton, T. O.; Byrd, H. C.; Report on relations with USDA. 1942
6 Beaty, R. C.; Reduction of fraternity size. 1942
6 Beasley, C. C.; Vocational rehabilitation program. 1942
6 Beisler, W. H.; Conservation of electricity in Benton Hall during war. 1942
6 Bellamy, R. F.; Florida academy of sciences. 1942
6 Black, A. P.; Closing of WPA projects. 1942
6 Campbell, D. S.; War courses at FSCW. 1942
6 Foote, P. A.; Index Medicus gift of Carnegie institute to pharmacy library. 1942
6 Carothers, M. W.; Teacher shortages. 1942
6 Chapman, L. F.; Speech at Raiford. 1942
6 Coe, E. F.; Everglades national park. 1942
6 Donovan, H. L.; Administrative set up of UF. 1942
6 Shedd, C.; Religious life on campus. 1942
6 Simmons, C. B.; Sloan project in applied economics. 1942
6 Sloan, H. S. 1942
6 So. Assn. of C. and SS; Donovan, H. L.; Sanford, S. V.; Oppenheimer, J. J.; Hodges, C. B.; Harris, R. C.; Snavely, G. E.; Meetings; lifting of suspension of Georgia schools; admission of high school students who dropped out in senior year; concentration and acceleration. 1942
6 Southeastern Conf.; Harris, R. C.; Conner, M; Athletics rules and policies. 1942
6 Southern Univ. Conf.; Diehl, C. E.; Harris, R. C.; Paty, R. R.; Palmer, A. M.; Comm. on special problems arising out of the emergency. 1942
6 Tigert to: Andrews, C. O.; Rev. M. F. Williams (praise the lord and pass the ammunition). 1942
6 Tigert to: Dean, Nine O.; Speech. 1942
6 Tigert to: Dosh, R. N.; Selective service. 1942
6 Tigert to: Lee, C. F.; Curriculum in motion pictures. 1942
6 Tigert to: Melton, J.; Performance at metropolitan opera. 1942
6 Tigert to: Pepper, C.; West Point appointment; Manpower Act. 1942
6 Tigert to: Pitts, E.; Office while Tigert gone. 1942
6 Tigert to: Weaver, R. S.; Smoking regulations. 1942
6 Tigert to: Van Leer, B. R.; Drafted for active duty. 1942
6 Tigert to: Warren, Fuller; Recommendation. 1942
6 Tigert to: Williams, M. G.; Higher ed. in U. S.; adult education. 1942
6 Tigert to: Wright, F. S.; Statistics on fraternity pledging. 1942
6 Tigert to: Zook, G. F.; Inauguration of Campbell at FSCW. 1942
7 Adams, A. G.; Holland McTyeire Smith, Tigert's cousin. 1943
7 AAUP; Robertson, C. A.; University budget. 1943
7 Am. Council on Ed.; Zook, G. F.; Post war resumption of research. 1943
7 Andrews, C. O.; Fed. control ad aid to ed; poll taxes. 1943
7 Assn. of am. Colleges; Snavely, G. E.; Powell, G.; Contributions to ed. Institutions; Benefit income tax reductions; intercollegiate broadcasting system; translations of vocal work of Bach; the liberal arts program and the war. 1943
7 Assn. of land gt. C and U; Morrill, J. L.; Questionnaire; Executive comm. Chairmanship; Kelly, F. J.; Lee, J. G. Universal military training; deferment for faculty. 1943
7 Barco, E. T.; Civilian awards for Army Corps. 1943
7 Beaty, R. C.; Leased frat houses. 1943
7 Bellamy, J.; Ruby Leach Carson student at UF. 1943
7 Brown, M. G.; Teaching of foreign languages. 1943
7 Buck, Pearl S.; China Club. 1943
7 Campbell, D. S.; Jr. meeting of deans and registrars. 1943
7 Carlton, D. E.; Dept. of Geology. 1943
7 Carmichael, J. B.; Dedication of Gainesville servicemen's center. 1943
7 Cook, R. C.; Faculty for who's who in ed. 1943
7 Corr, A. M.; Dogs on the campus. 1943
7 Corry, B.; Former student body president. 1943
7 Cummings, R. C.; Possible gifts to library (Korean printing block). 1943
7 Diamond, J. T. 1943
7 Davis, R.; Fla. Industrial school elect. meter. 1943
7 Donovan, H. L.; Administrative organization of U's. 1943
7 Duncan, L. N.; Research council; Appropriations formula. 1943
7 Dupre, H.; Recognition of scholarship. 1943
7 Edwards, W. T.; Fla. ed. directory list of faculty. 1943
7 Eversull, F. L.; Curriculum reorganization. 1943
7 Fairchild, W.; Progress and poverty course. 1943
7 Friley, C. E.; War Bond deductions. 1943
7 F E A; Rickards, J. S.; Mead, A. R.; Tax inquiry council: fac. comm. to acquaint faculty with FEA. 1943
7 Fla. Fed. of Garden Clubs; Griffin, Mrs. H. M.; Hume, H. H.; Fellowship in horticulture. 1943
7 General ed. Board; Young, E. C.; Mowry, H.; Farm work simplification studies in coop with Purdue. 1943
7 Gibbons, G.; Commissions for ROTC students. 1943
7 Gray, R. A.; Budget, purchasing agency for U. 1943
7 Hanna, A. J.; Recommendation for Mrs. as speaker. 1943
7 Hess, K.; Policy on selection of staff. 1943
7 Hibbard, C. V.; Clearance for Japanese students for UF. 1943
7 Hill, W. L.; Veterans rehabilitation work. 1943
7 Holland, S. L.; U Budget. 1943
7 Holt, L.; Newell's death; Hume's appointment. 1943
7 Howe, W. D.; Family news. 1943
7 Huntley, M. C.; Salary scale at UF. 1943
7 Huntley, M. C.; President's salary. 1943
7 Hudson, H. H.; Credit for Army training. 1943
7 Inst. of Intl ed.; Fisher, E. J.; Counselors for foreign students. 1943
7 Jester, B. H.; Fraternity cut backs. 1943
7 Kent, R. A.; Blue Key and Omicron Delta Kappa. 1943
7 Kipp, R. E.; Fla. NEA war and peace comm. (Fed. aid to Ed.). 1943
7 Kuettner, A.; Contribution of ed. inst. to war. 1943
7 Lee, C. F.; Fighting Gator publication. 1943
7 Weil, J.; Limerock assn. grant for res. 1943
7 Hodges, C. B.; LSU honorary degree for Tigert. 1943
7 McClure, J. R.; Commissions for ROTC students. 1943
7 McRae, W. L.; Tribute to Tigert and University. 1943
7 Rogers, J. S.; Gift from U of Michigan to biology dept. 1943
7 Morgan, J. E.; NEA war and peach fund campaign. 1943
7 Morse, M. 1943
7 Muller, W. F.; Tribute and news. 1943
7 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; Radio comm. 1943
7 Nat. Edison birthday comm.; Hobday, R.; Birthday celebration for T. A. Edison. 1943
7 NEA; Foster, R. R.; Prospectus for public ed. in post war America. 1943
7 O'Connell, S.; Ath. supervisor for Southwest Pacific. 1943
7 Outman, W. D.; Medical center and vets hospital. 1943
7 Peale, N. V.; Comm. for constitutional gov. action against ceiling on academic salaries. 1943
7 Pepper, Mrs. C.; Launching of SS Mary Ball. 1943
7 Ortenburger, A. I.; Phi Sigma Award to Achenbach. 1943
7 Phillips, H. P.; Fed. aid to ed.; limits on salaries. 1943
7 Picket, J. E.; War time activities and post war planning. 1943
7 Pilant, R.; George Washington Carver birthplace memorial. 1943
7 Pitts, E.; Transcriptions of McTyeire letters. 1943
7 Research council; Eutsler, R. B.; Membership. 1943
7 Robins, R.; Margaret's health; the war; Chinsegut Hill. 1943
7 Sanford, S. V.; Land G C and U Assn. politics. 1943
7 Scott, G. C.; Gift of Spencer rotary microtome to biology dept. 1943
7 Shackelford, R. M., Jr.; Materials on father. 1943
7 Shedd, C. P.; Ed. and the war. 1943
7 Sloan proj. in applied grants; rationing; program economics; Nutter, H. E.; Simons, G. B.; Soan, H. S.; McCracken, C. C. 1943
7 Smith, H. L.; Apostrophe on ed. 1943
7 Southern U. Conf.; Brown, C. K.; Diehl, C. E.; Harris, R. C.; Programs; Rept. on special problems arising out of the emergency. 1943
7 So. Assn. of C and SS; Humphrey, G. D.; Post was ed. comm. 1943
7 Tampa Armature Works; Gift of motors. 1943
7 Univ. women's club; Ames, Mrs. B. W.; Constitution and organization. 1943
7 Tigert to: Lowry, W. L.; Placing Alligator under dept. of journalism. 1943
7 Tigert to: Pepper, C.; Fuel rationing; post war training of vets. 1943
7 Tigert to: Pitts, E.; Office matters and travel. 1943
7 Tigert to: Shepard, J. E.; Race relations. 1943
7 Tigert to: Summer schl students; Civilian activities of UF. 1943
7 Tigert to: Thomas, E. D.; Fed. aid to ed. 1943
7 Tigert to: Webb, W. R.; Webb school; bell buckle; Tenn. 1943
7 Tigert to: Williams, D. E.; Negro ed. in Tenn. 1943
7 Tigert from: Tissot, A. N.; Fla. Entomological Society Meeting. 1943
7 Tigert from: Tolley, W. P.; Academic freedom and tenure. 1943
7 Tigert from: Carmichael, O. C.; Vanderbilt U conf. on post war problems. 1943
7 Tigert from: Van Leer, B. R.; Presidency of Georgia Tech. 1943
7 Tigert from: Hutton, H. S.; Wallace and Tierman. 1943
7 Tigert from: Black, A. P.; Contract for study in chlorination of water and ownership of patents which may develop. 1943
7 Tigert from: Simpson, T. M.; Contract for study in chlorination of water and ownership of patents which may develop. 1943
7 Tigert from: Eusler, R. B.; Contract for study in chlorination of water and ownership of patents which may develop. 1943
7 Tigert from: Watson, J. T.; Contract for study in chlorination of water and ownership of patents which may develop. 1943
7 Tigert from: Diamond, J. T.; Contract for study in chlorination of water and ownership of patents which may develop. 1943
7 Tigert from: Weadock, R. L.; Fraternities and the war. 1943
7 Tigert from: Williams, D. E.; Post war negro education and Tennessee's solution. 1943
7 Tigert from: Hughes, J. E.; China clubs. 1943
7 Tigert from: Williams, W. F. Jr.; China clubs. 1943
7 Tigert from: Frank; Experiences in China and description of schools. 1943
7 Tigert from: Wright, J. C.; Mrs. Tigert running surgical dressing dept. of red cross. 1943
7 Acosta, T. L.; Liberty ship names for son. 1944
7 Am. Council on Ed.; Zook, G. F.; Little, W. W.; Ed. of enemy prisoners of war; Accrediting procedures; Col. credit for war training. 1944
7 Andrews, C. O.; Post war ed. 1944
7 Assn. of Am. Coll.; Snavely, G. E.; Fed. aid for vets. 1944
7 Assn. of land gt. C and U; Eversull, F. L.; Strand, A. L.; Lloyd, W. A.; McRae, W. A.; Eisenhower, M. S.; Morril, J.; Judd, C. H.; Potter, A. A.; Compulsory military training; deaths in faculty; vocational ed. bill; post war plans; reorganization of assn. 1944
7 Baker, J. E.; Politics and the university. 1944
7 Barrett, R. J.; Recover of lost watch for Tigert. 1944
7 Beardall, J. R.; Board of visitors, Annapolis. 1944
7 Newins, H. S.; Belsaw machinery gift of portable sawmill unit. 1944
7 Bennett, C. E.; Post war education. 1944
7 Brooker, W. C. 1944
7 Brown, G. M.; War and the university. 1944
7 Byrd, H. C.; Handling of university appropriations. 1944
7 Clayton, E. A.; Chamber of commerce comm. on co. education. 1944
7 Cummer, A. G.; Gifts to university (telescope, baloptican, book of maps by Cuillaume de Lisle). 1944
7 Kelley, F. J.; Fed. surplus eq. available to univs. 1944
7 English, C.; In service teacher training; school lunch program; accreditation. 1944
7 Floyd, B. F.; Rare books to citrus exp. station. 1944
7 Fuerst, M. M.; Cercheron colt for exp. station. 1944
7 Ford, W. C.; Board of visitors for Annapolis. 1944
7 Fowler, E. F.; Pre post war conditions at U. Alcazar Hotel; St. Augustine as possible medical school site. 1944
7 Frichman, S. H.; Unitarian speaker. 1944
7 Gen. Ed. Bd.; Rhin, F. M.; Mann, A. R.; Fellowships. 1944
7 Glover, M. M.; Scholarship for Elks Club. 1944
7 Guernsey, S. K.; Fla. citizens comm. on education. 1944
7 Haefling, F.; Tigert inauguration. 1944
7 Harrison, T. C.; The War. 1944
7 Herzog, H.; Leigh, T. R.; Gift to chemistry library. 1944
7 Hilley, H. S.; Lectures on Jade and gift of book to arch. library. 1944
7 Holland, S. L.; Enrollment; post war prog.; patent policies trial. 1944
7 Hull, W. C.; Warning posters for fed. employees involved in politics. 1944
7 Humphrey, C.; ESMRT program on campus. 1944
7 Johnson, R. S.; Organization of University Press. 1944
7 knight, E. W.; Southerners who studies in European Universities in the past century. 1944
7 Kuever, R. A.; Rank of academic staff and method appointment. 1944
7 Lowry, W. L.; Summer Alligator. 1944
7 Mann, A. U.; Master's thesis for loan. 1944
7 Maverick, M.; Ed. of service men through travel. 1944
7 May, Armand; Post war employment; gold reserves. 1944
7 McEachern, W. W.; War Bonds. 1944
7 McKnight, T. K.; Public relations. 1944
8 Mead, A. R.; Wilson, W. H.; Research institute to utilize profs. from other institutions who retire to this community. 1944
8 Melby, E. O.; University budget requests. 1944
8 Nat. Assn. of St. U.; West, J. C.; Members of comm. on accreditation. 1944
8 Nye, A. F.; Friends of Tigert. 1944
8 O'Brynne, F.; Land grant assn speech. 1944
8 O'Connell, Steve P.; The war and the university. 1944
8 Palm Beach Co. Growers assn.; Haney, H.; Celery grant for study of celery culture. 1944
8 Peterson, E. G.; Ousted President of Utah State Ag. College. 1944
8 Pembroke Chem. Corp.; Gooch, S. P.; Grant for phosphate research. 1944
8 Prere, A. B.; B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation. 1944
8 Richards, J. S.; Continuing ed. council of Fla. 1944
8 Rolfs, C.; Gift of mounted specimens to Doe Museum; Citrus exp. station. 1944
8 Simmons, G. B.; Degree requirements for women at UF same as at FSCW. 1944
8 Sinclair, G. M.; Faculty appointments; pres. home. 1944
8 Southern Assn.; Boyd, P. P.; Little, W. W.; Post war ed. comm.; minutes of PWEC; Professional curriculum. 1944
8 Southern Assn. of C and SS; Boyd, P. P.; Humphrey, G. D.; Campbell, D. S.; English, C.; Knode, J. C.; Comm. of post war ed. 1944
8 Southeastern Conf.; Hodges, Gen. C. B.; Athletics. 1944
8 Southern Univ. Conf.; Diehl, C. E.; White, G. C.; Brown, C. K.; Tigert's comm. work; special problems rising out of the emergency questionnaire. 1944
8 Ten Hoor, M.; Change of position. 1944
8 Thorington, A. C.; Board of visitors, Annapolis. 1944
8 Thorpe, L. P.; Awards given to alumni. 1944
8 Tigert to: Cadman, P. F.; Publication of article on Nat. Debt. 1944
8 Tigert to: Caldwell, M.; Gov's. inauguration; lab to rest inventions; law admissions standards. 1944
8 Tigert to: Campbell, D. S.; Quarter system. 1944
8 Tigert to: Conlon, R.I.; Sample of letter sent to parents of alumni and students killed in WWII. 1944
8 Tigert to: Diamond, J. T.; Building and permanent improvements. 1944
8 Tigert to: English, C.; Admission of negro student; estab. of teacher's college. 1944
8 Tigert to: Farrel, E. F. D.; Teacher's retirement system. 1944
8 Tigert to: Ferguson, F. K.; War record. 1944
8 Tigert to: Hibbard, C. V.; Japanese students. 1944
8 Tigert to: Johnson, R. S.; University of Florida Press. 1944
8 Tigert to: Lin Yutang; Invitation to campus. 1944
8 Tigert to: McCracken, T. C.; Advancement of rank for teachers. 1944
8 Tigert to: McKnight, T. K.; Orange bowl game. 1944
8 Tigert to: Montenegro, D. W.; Couple who met in Inter. Am. Inst. 1944
8 Tigert to: Outman, W. D.; Phychoneuropatic institution near U. 1944
8 Tigert to: Pitts, Edith; Office affairs while away. 1944
8 Tigert to: Robins, R.; Chinsegut Hill; War. 1944
8 Tigert to: Sloan Foundation; Holt, H.; Project in applied economics. 1944
8 Tigert to: Sloan Foundation; Sloan, H. S.; Grants in aid. 1944
8 Tigert to: Tolley, W. P.; Feeding displaced children in war areas. 1944
8 Tigert to: Widtsoe, J. A.; Ousting of president of Utah St. 1944
8 Tigert to: Wright, F. S.; News of university. 1944
8 Tigert to: Triay, E. J.; Bequest to univ. and admin. Thereof; McCarthy, E.; Shands, J.W. 1944
8 Tigert to: UDC; Gift of books for I. R. McCreary shelf in library fellowship and research agreements; Lowry, W. L.; Diamond, J. T.; Hutton, H. S.; Black, A.; Watson, T. J. 1944
8 Tigert to: West, J. C.; Housing soldiers in frat houses. 1944
8 Tigert to: Widtsoe, J. A.; Ouster of president of Utah State. 1944
8 Tigert to: Will, L. E.; Donation of father's coll on everglades. 1944
8 Allied Chem and Dye Corp; Grant for installation of wood. 1945
8 Graham, K. H.; Preserving plant; Snyder, E. R.; Bryant, T. W. 1945
8 AAUP; Infirmary controversy; appointment of Price as consultant and counselor concerning insurance, retirement, and pensions; policies re: patents and copyrights. 1945
8 Am. Council of ed.; Brown, F. J.; Fed. support for students under Fed. laws (GI Bill, etc). 1945
8 Argo, F. H.; Gift of rare books to library; Prince, V. 1945
8 Assn. of Am. Colleges; Snavely, G. E.; Translations of Brahms vocal works; rep. in Washington, DC. 1945
8 Assn of land GT. C and U; Humphrey, G. C.; Spencer, A. P.; Martin, W. H.; Emergency farm labor program; relations with soil conservation services. 1945
8 Atlanta, Jr.; Biggers, G. C.; Van Leer, B. R.; Tigert's participation in town hall. 1945
8 Baynard, H. S.; Senate and House comm. meeting for hearing in Gainesville. 1945
8 Bethune, M. M.; A and M ceremony in her honor. 1945
8 Blaylock, W. R.; Phi Gamma Delta. 1945
8 Bradford Co. Telegraph; Matthews, E. L.; Transfer of files of newspaper to P. K. Yonge library of Fl. history. 1945
8 Bristol, L. M.; Visit to H. H. Horne to campus for religious emphasis week. 1945
8 Campbell, D. S.; Correspondence courses; adjustments to quarter system; joint meeting with officers of both schools. 1945
8 Crofton, L. C.; Canaveral Club donation of stuffed birds and animals to museum. 1945
8 Chandler, H. W.; Nepotism Policy. 1945
8 Clark, W. A.; Leigh, T. R.; Gift of lab notebook and photo of R. W. Bunsen to chem. library. 1945
8 Connor, J. A.; Death of son, purge move at U. 1945
8 DeHann, A.; Control of the atomic bomb. 1945
8 Demedion, W. A.; Indian radio broadcast on UF. 1945
8 Education, Office of; Brown, G. M.; Studebaker, J. W.; Inter Am relations and exchanges. 1945
8 Emig, E. J.; Dolbeare, H. B.; Comm. on student publications; Alligator under dept. of journalism. 1945
8 Fales, E. W.; Infantry day at camp blanding. 1945
8 Farm security admin.; Diamond, J. T.; Request for property. 1945
8 Fed. Pub. housing auth.; Baughman, G.; Buses for transporting students to air base. 1945
8 Fernald, Mrs. H. T.; Gift of wild flower paintings to exp. station. 1945
8 Florida ice assn; Mowry, H.; Grant to study value of icing fruits and vegetables. 1945
8 Fla. St. Pharmaceutical; Foote, P. A.; Gift of fifty dollars to library; Assn. 1945
8 Fraser, W. B.; Alcazar Hotel. 1945
8 General Ed. Bd.; Smith, G. A.; Mann, A. R.; Fellowships. 1945
8 Goodyear tire and rubber co.; Cowry, H.; Grant for experimental work with pliofilm; Gray, R. A. 1945
8 Guernsey, S. K.; Fla. citizens comm. on education. 1945
8 Gutsch, M. R.; Tenure and Academic Freedom. 1945
8 Herlong, A. S.; Univ. record on war activities of U. 1945
8 Insect wire screen cloth bureau; Weil, J.; Studies for improving screening. 1945
8 Mershon, M.L.; Alfred Norton Kohn Memorial Scholarship Fund. 1945
8 La Plant, Ed.; Compulsory military training. 1945
8 Leigh, T. R.; Rep. on fac. members on special status. 1945
8 Lounds, E. D.; Foote, P. A.; Old soda fountain for school of pharmacy. 1945
8 Marshall, G. C.; ROTC program in colleges. 1945
8 Miller, Mrs. W. C.; Gift of Col. Millers cull of trophies. 1945
8 Malott, D. W.; Membership comm.; nat. assn. of state universities; membership comm. protest against retention of faculty By Army service forces schools. 1945
8 Nat. Ed. Assn.; Reed, C. T.; Organization of life members in Fla. 1945
8 Pitts, E. P.; Offers to resign if Tigert and board feel it would be good for the organization. 1945
8 Robins, R.; Death of wife; efforts to preserve Chinsegut Hill sanctuary. 1945
8 Research council; Eutsler, R. B.; Patent policies; OSRD contracts. 1945
8 So. Univ. conf.; Diehl, C. E.; Gaines, E. P.; Meetings; nominations for officers; veterans education. 1945
8 Tate, L. B.; Rural health and medical care activities in Florida. 1945
8 Tigert to: Andrews, C. O.; Andrews retirement. 1945
8 Tigert to: Bennett, C.; Polio while in service; war record. 1945
8 Tigert to: Benton, Mrs. J. R.; Son missing in action. 1945
8 Tigert to: Caldwell, M. F., Gov.; Athletic coach; Ag. research at UF; teachers pension bill; special status; purchasing agency. 1945
8 Tigert to: Carson, J. M.; Mrs. R. Carson's Thesis. 1945
8 Tigert to: Colson, W. R.; Student body president. 1945
8 Tigert to: Corry, A.; Death of Bill Corry (Corry Village). 1945
8 Tigert to: English, C.; School health program; U's budget. 1945
8 Tigert to: Engall, H.O.; War record. 1945
8 Tigert to: Herlin, W. A.; Century tower memorial. 1945
8 Tigert to: Hewlett, J. H.; Counseling returning vets. 1945
8 Tigert to: Holland, S. L.; Welcome for Van Fleet; alumni leg. advisory comm.; senate race. 1945
8 Tigert to: Johnson, W. C.; Son's experiences in prison camp. 1945
8 Tigert to: Kimball, Mrs. E. B.; University advertising. 1945
8 Tigert to: Knotts, T.; Alumni in war. 1945
8 Tigert to: Mayo, N.; Commissioner of ag.; U's ag. program and buildings. 1945
8 Tigert to: McCarty, B.; War record. 1945
8 Tigert to: McCarty, D. 1945
8 Tigert to: McCarty, J. 1945
8 Tigert to: McKinney, J. M.; Repayment of loan from Tigert. 1945
8 Tigert to: Ness, O. G.; Educational opportunities for vets. 1945
8 Tigert to: O'Connell, S. C.; Promotion to Major. 1945
8 Tigert to: Price, J. E.; Reactivation of Florida Blue Key. 1945
8 Tigert to: Sloan Foundation; Grand for study of teacher ed. in economics; Sloan project in applied economics; Campbell, D. S.; Zurcher, A. J.; Sloan, H. S. 1945
8 Tigert to: Voorhees, G. M.; Son Donald released from POW camp. 1945
8 Tigert to: Watson, J. T.; Co-ed; infirmary investigation; citrus pulp patent. 1945
8 Tigert to: Wright, A. D.; Kappa Phi Kappa. 1945
8 Tigert to: Graham, K. H.; Thank you note; Triay bequest (copy of will attached). 1945
8 Tigert to: Rogers, J. S.; Board of managers for univ. Pres. 1945
8 Tigert to: Wall, J. E.; Silk culture in Florida. 1945
8 Tigert to: Wallace and Tierman Co., Inc.; Engineering research fellowship (agreement attached); Weil, J. 1945
8 Tigert to: Weaver, Mrs. R.; Bequest of Rudolph Weaver. 1945
8 Tigert to: White, M.; Scottish rite scholarship fund. 1945
8 Tigert to: Williams, D. E.; Dangers of atomic bomb statement by Los Alamos Scientists. 1945
9 Adams Solar Products Co.; Solar water heater. 1945
9 Alen, E. M.; U. S. public health svcs. grant. 1945
9 American Legion; Boring, A. R.; Playground equipment for vets housing. 1945
9 AAUP; Dolbeare, H. B.; Salaries. 1945
9 Antoine, M. R.; Admission of foreign students. 1945
9 Beaty, R. C.; Male students reg at FSCW; student self gov. of Flavets; housing of women students for summer session. 1945
9 Bennett, C. E.; Polio. 1945
9 Caldwell, M. F.; Overflow of UF students for FSCW; war memorial program; faculty houses. 1945
9 Campbell, D. S.; Director of recreation and phys ed for men reg at FSCW. 1945
9 Carey, W. P.; Transcription and script of radio interview with Tigert. 1945
9 Cobb, T.; Economics texts. 1945
9 Conkling, D. H.; High interest money lenders. 1945
9 Crop Protection Inst.; Ceath, R. C.; Hume, H. H.; Grant for entomological project. 1945
9 Cross, G. L.; Law depositories. 1945
9 Davidson, R.; Lecture series for student Naval aviators. 1945
9 Diamond, J. T.; A-G opinion on payment by St. B of C of municipal building permit fees. 1945
9 DuPont, H.; Consulat General de France visit to campus. 1945
9 Duval Engr. and Contracting Co.; Hodges, G. H.; Loan funds in honor of Weil. 1945
9 Embury, D. A.; Values of Greek letter frats. 1945
9 Emig, E. J.; Alligator as lab proj. of Jr. 1945
9 English, C.; Teacher ed meeting. 1945
9 Epler, S. E.; Emergency branches to meet increased postwar enrollments. 1945
9 Florida Union; Matthews, D. R.; Price, J. E.; Beaty, R.C.; Clayton, E. A.; Duckworth, F.; Tigert's speaking itinerary; orientation program; war memorial comm.; student government. 1945
9 General Ed. Bd.; Hume, H. H.; Grant for construction and Eq. of soils lab. 1945
9 Getzen, S. W.; 25th year on bar celebration. 1945
9 Gibbs, W. A.; Beautification of highways and towns with plantings. 1945
9 Hardee, C. J.; Quota system for frats at UF. 1945
9 Hart, J.; UF grant for support of Jr. of politics. 1945
9 Holsinger, J. F.; Athletics. 1945
9 Humphrey, J. R.; Tung oil trees. 1945
9 Hunter, E. R.; E. O'Hara exhibition of water color paintings. 1945
9 Hurt, R. H.; C 12 class of Prof. Svarlian. 1945
9 Insect wire screening bureau; Weil, J.; Research grant. 1945
9 Jackson, W. K.; Loan fund for L Am students. 1945
9 Jacksonville board of realtors; Beaty, R. C.; Scholarship. 1945
9 Kelly, F. J.; FWPA aid to dorm construction; Pitts, E. to Chandler. 1945
9 Kramer, A. F.; Japanese sword and honorary membership in Panther Division. 1945
9 Lazaron, M. S. (Rabbi); Retirement. 1945
9 Learned, W. S.; Carnegie foundation sponsoring of G. Rec. exams. 1945
9 Lewis, L.; Accreditation and admission of students from other institutions. 1945
9 Lloyd, S. J.; Fed. aid to ed.; limits on salaries. 1945
9 Lohnes, G. H.; Delta Theta Phi. 1945
9 Mattis, P. A.; Housing at camp Roosevelt for vets. 1945
9 Matthews, D. R.; Christmas party for vets. 1945
9 McCaul, T. V.; Baptist student center building. 1945
9 McQuitty, J. V.; G.R.E. profile series. 1945
9 Murrill, W. A.; Murphree statue. 1945
9 Malott, D. W.; N. Assn. of St. U. meetings. 1945
9 O'Connell, S.; Opening of law offices. 1945
9 Pepper, C.; Legislation of interest to U (law depositories, science). 1945
9 Pitts, E.; Tallahassee branch director. 1945
9 Profesionals Ins. Corp.; Knadle, W. M.; Payroll deductions for hospitalization. 1945
9 Rollins college; Holt, H.; Gov. aid for housing of vet students; Truman at Rollins. 1945
9 Research Corp.; Morgan, R. A.; Barker, J. W.; Grant for studies on solar energy. 1945
9 Scales, J. H.; Capitalism. 1945
9 Schenkel, K. F.; Religious freedom on campus. 1945
9 Sloan Foundation; Simmons, G. B.; Zurcher, A. J.; Nutter, H. E.; Kenney, J. F.; Budget; project in applied economics. 1945
9 So. Assn. of C. and SS; Boyd, P. P.; Post war higher ed. planning comm. 1945
9 Southern U. Conf.; Diehl, C. E. 1945
9 Spruill, C. P.; Faculty and President's salaries. 1945
9 Strong, W. J. H.; Cancer cure. 1945
9 Swift and Co.; Weil, J.; phosphate water research. 1945
9 Taylor, W. S.; Fed aid to schools. 1945
9 Tigert to: Andrews, C. O., Jr.; Death of Sen. Andrews. 1946
9 Tigert to: Beaty, R. C.; Quota for frats. 1946
9 Tigert to: Caldwell, H.; Faculty contracts. 1946
9 Tigert to: Campbell, D. S.; Progress rept.; branch at Tallahassee. 1946
9 Tigert to: Come, F. C.; Laundry for students. 1946
9 Tigert to: Cooper, J. F.; WRUF broadcast suggesting that Sen. Pepper was communistic. 1946
9 Tigert to: English, C.; Admissions regulations. 1946
9 Tigert to: Eutsler, R. B.; State lab to test inventions. 1946
9 Tigert to: Fraser, W. B.; Branch at St. Augustine. 1946
9 Tigert to: Graves, F. P.; Law. 1946
9 Tigert to: Gray, R. A.; Dedication of Flavet Village. 1946
9 Tigert to: King, C. J.; Post was problems of increased enrollment; shortages of faculty, housing, etc. 1946
9 Tigert to: Matthews, W. I.; Firemen's College in Gainesville. 1946
9 Tigert to: McDonald, R.; Nat. Comm. on Atomic Information. 1946
9 Tigert to: McRae, W. A.; Enlarging the Air Corps. 1946
9 Tigert to: Overman, C. H.; Florida Blue Key. 1946
9 Tigert to: Powell, G.; Broadcast re: Sen Pepper. 1946
9 Tigert to: Pitts, E.; Salary increase. 1946
9 Tigert to: Watson, J. T.; Tigert's retirement; patent policies; admission of women; proper desig. of B of C on fed. contracts. 1946
9 Tigert to: Triay, E. J.; Bequest - Trustees appointed; Shands, J. W. 1946
9 Tigert to: U. S. Navy; Bell from USS Florida; Silver service from the Florida; Tr. of Mercury column and test stand to UF (Engr?); Hill, W. L.; Fletcher, D. U.; Cheatham, J. J.; Van Hyning, T. 1946
9 Tigert to: U. S. Public Health Svcs.; Grant for research work on Moccasin venom by Rollard, application and outline attached; Van Slyke, C. J.; Pollard, C. B. 1946
9 Tigert to: Velsicol Corp.; Investigatorship for insect repellants; Behrman, A. S.; Hume, H. 1946
9 Tigert to: Wahl. H. B.; Housing of students in dorms. 1946
9 Tigert to: Walker, J.; Alligator art on 13 memorial holly trees planted in W. 1946
9 Tigert to: Watson, J. T.; Contract form for. 1946
9 Tigert to: Western Electric Co.; Electronics Eq. donated to lab (lists attached); Carpenter, O.; Weil, J. 1946
9 Tigert to: Yale and Towne Mfg. Co.; Experimental pump donated to lab; Weil, J.; Thornburg, R. 1946
9 AAUP; Byers, C. F.; Preservation of integrity of UF and the estab. of other Us. 1947
9 Alumni Assn.; Salzer, G. V., Jr.; Tribute by Jax. Chapter. 1947
9 American Legion; Anderson, J. R.; Puschner, E. C.; Gift of 800 to loan fund; rept on conditions affecting children of vets at C and U's. 1947
9 Am. Council on Ed.; Price, J. E.; Data on families of vet students. 1947
9 Assn. of am. Colleges; Snavely, G. E.; Musical compositions given by H. S. drinker to members. 1947
9 Bach, I.; Plea for aid from German housewife. 1947
9 Borden scholarship in pharmacy; Leigh, T. R.; Board approval. 1947
9 Campbell, D. S.; Tallahassee branch records. 1947
9 Carpenter, S. C.; Comparison of grades before and after entering armed forces. 1947
9 Chandler, H. W.; Comm. on planning and policies recommendation re: registration quotas. 1947
9 Cobb, T.; Economic texts. 1947
9 Creighton, J. T.; Tobacco pest investigation proj. 1947
9 Cullen, T. J. V.; Endorsement of life insurance. 1947
9 Duncan, L. N.; Choosing boars of control. 1947
9 English, C.; Teacher ed. advisory council. 1947
9 Dolbeare, H. B.; Forestry club's Splash Pine Cache jurisdiction of board of student pub. 1947
9 Long, W. P.; Criticism of handling of vet book purchases procedures by book store. 1947
9 Caldwell, M. F.; Housing fire escapes; NCAA code for athletics. 1947
9 Haddad, E. J.; Oriental students at UF. 1947
9 Hardin, W. S.; Real estate scholarship. 1947
9 Harrington, V. D.; J. H. Miller selected for president. 1947
9 Hay, W. P.; Gifts of eq. and books to U Zoology Dept.; Sherman, H. B.; Leigh, T. R.; Needham, J. G.; Black, A. P. 1947
9 Herzog, H.; Stevens, E.; Otte, B. J.; Books and balance to Chemistry Dept (list attached). 1947
9 Hume, H. H.; Ambitious agricultural subsidy bill. 1947
9 Kentucky, U of; Taylor, W. S.; Conroy, K. H.; Shively, B. A.; Chamberlain, L. M.; Founder's day speech. 1947
9 Neff, Mrs. F. Y.; Portraits of Sen. and Mrs. Yulee and daughter Mrs. Neff; packaging charges from building funds; Schaffer, N. C.; Leigh, T. R.; Overman, C. H. 1947
9 Oak ridge institute of nuclear studies; Simpson, R. B.; Eutsler, R. B.; Survey of other institutions views on Oak Ridge membership. 1947
9 Pollard, C. B.; U. S. public health grant for moccasin venom research project; Allen, E. M.; Leigh, T. R. 1947
9 Samuels, M.; Medical school for Florida. 1947
9 Shumate, R. V.; Teachers colleges in Florida. 1947
9 Sloan Foundation; Zurcher, A. J.; Applied economics project. 1947
9 Southern Univ. Conf.; Osman, J.; Adult ed. comm. 1947
9 Stryker, J. B. B.; Books as memorial to son Frank. 1947
9 Tigert to: Christie, W. M.; Corresp. with C's father. 1947
9 Tigert to: Crawford, D. L.; Hawaiian flowers; Tigert's retirement. 1947
9 Tigert to: Douglass, P. F.; Am. Univ. policies re: honorary degrees. 1947
9 Tigert to: Getzen, S. W.; Telephone service in G and U OF F. 1947
9 Tigert to: Holland, S. L.; National science foundation leg. 1947
9 Tigert to: MacLatchy, J.; Tigert's review of Aydelotte's book on Am. Rhodes Scholarship for Jr. of Higher Ed. 1947
9 Tigert to: Prichard, L.; Support for Alachua Co. hospital's application for temporary facilities. 1947
9 Tigert to: Todd, J. P.; Recommendation of blind student. 1947
9 Tigert to: West, S. L.; Science reading rooms. 1947
9 Tigert to: Pollard, C. B.; Board of managers; University press list of outstanding grads of law colleges; Tigert's retirement eligibility; Escambia river electric coop. easement; faculty housing; Watson, J. T. 1947
9 Tigert to: Westinghouse Elec. Corp.; Instruments and transformers given to dept. of electrical engr. (list attached) also 4 electronic tubes; Weil, J. 1947
9 Adair, H. P.; Bartlett death at infirmary.
9 Beaty, R. C.; Enrollment as of Nov. 1939.
9 Beaty, R. C.; NYA program.
9 Black, A. P.; Fluoride research project.
9 Carothers, M. W.; Athletics at Tallahassee branch; executive council action of policies re: failures, transfer credits, maximum load for ss Fla. resources-Use ed. project.
9 Carson, R. B.; T. T. Scott's charges of waste and extravagance at UF.
9 Casseres, A.; Former office worker and student wife.
9 Cresap, I. K.; WPA aid to ag library.
9 Gibbons, G.; ROTC boys in service; commission for.
9 Graham, K. H.; Payment of book company bills for books distributed to vets.
9 Gross, G. G.; WPA mapping project index.
9 Hardee, C. J.; Frat. quotas rescinded.
9 Harding, H. J.; Propeller club objectives.
9 Johnson, J. E.; Greetings to entering freshmen; announcement of religious emphasis week.
9 Lieb, T.; Coca-Cola on score board gift.
9 Mack, B.; Exp. Sta. bulletin; political race.
9 Matherly, W. J.; First meeting of institute of inter American affairs.
9 McMullen, A. B.; Ground school for aviation instructors.
9 Mowry, H.; Vegetable research staff.
9 Otte, B. J.; WPA workers for chemistry dept.
9 Pepper, Mrs. C.; Trip to S. A.; survey of friends property for agricultural potentials.
9 Pepper, Sen. C.; Sadie offered position in China.
9 Pitts, E.; Lambright editorial re: communism; letters to X student service men; Latin Am. students; family news; passing of Sen. Pepper's father; Tigert's daughter's wedding day; Prexy's salary; the truth regarding the citizens comm. report; T.T. Scott's charges of waste and extravagance at UF; attack on Tigert.
9 Spivey, H. E.; WPA workers for arts and sciences.
9 Stone, J. F., Jr.; Van Leer's resignation as tech. consultant to FERA.
9 Weaver, R.; Experimental cottages.
9 Williamson, E.; Athletics at Tallahassee branch (news release attached).
9 Wright, F. S.; War news and activities.


Subseries P7c: Genre Files 1928-1947

Divided into thirty-three genre headings: Addresses and statements, Announcements and news releases, Applications, Appointments, Awards, Biennial budgets, Charts and tables, Conferences and meetings, Constitutions, Contracts, Curricula and courses, Forms, General, Investigations, Legislation, Lists, Manuals, Memos, Minutes, Outlines, Petitions, Plans and proposals, Policies and procedures, Projects and research, Questionnaires, Recommendations, Reports, Resolutions, Scholarships, Statistics, and Surveys.

Subseries P7c contains miscellaneous records arranged according to record type. Of particular note are the biennial budgets for the Tigert years and the numbered policy memoranda. Added to this subseries are documents related to the University's participation in defense training during World War II that were accessioned after the original processing of Series P7 was completed. These appear at the end of the contents list. Other records related to defense training are dispersed throughout Series P7.


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1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert (See Writings) - Dobbs, Bishop Hoyt N. - Religion and Life- Commencement. 1945
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Eisenhower, Milton S - UNESCO.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Erickson, TA - Rural Youth and Our Victory Program.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Graves, Frank P- The Responsibilities of Leadership. Commencement. 1935
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Hoover, J. Edgar- Fifty Years of Crime in the U.S.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Jackson, Wm. K- Today's Opportunity for Youth.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Mayo, Nathan- The Office of Commissioner of Ag in Fla.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Newins, HS-Austin Cary Memorial Forest.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Shealy, AL- Good Florida Beef will keep money in the state.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Smathers, George- Memorial Address. 1946
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Van Hyning, T- Dept of Biology relations with F. St. Museum.
1 Addresses and statements--Not by Tigert - Weil, Joseph- And so the dragon was slain. New Wealth from Fla Natural Resources Research Facilities in Florida- Florida's Industrial Development Research for War and Peace.
1 Addresses and Statements - AAUP - Tigert, JJ- Intercollegiate Athletics, American Legion. 1933
1 Addresses and Statements - AAUP - Tigert, JJ- Intramural program of UF. 1934
1 Addresses and Statements - AAUP - Gaddum, LW- What are the proper functions of a U. 1937
1 Addresses and Statements - AAUP - Ingraham, MH- Laziness, Incompetence, and Tenure. 1938
1 Addresses and Statements - Florida Education Association, Tigert, JJ- The School Revenue or Party Amendment. 1938
1 Agenda - Defense Training and Vets. Rehabilitation Advisory Comm, Army Specialized Training Program. 1943
1 Agenda - Nat. Coordinating Comm on Education and Defense. 1940
1 Announcements and News releases- Business Adm. Public Administration Clearing Service. 1948
1 Announcements and News releases- Cabinet Member Lecture Series. 1941-1942
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - NROTC; War Adjustments at the U of F. 1942
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - U of F and the War Emergency. 1942
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - War Industry Courses. Not dated
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - Collaboration with State and Fed Governments in War Activities. Not dated
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - Selective Service. Not dated
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - College Defense Unit. Not dated
1 Announcements and News releases- Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. - Relation of Army, Navy, and Marine Enlisted Reserve and the ROTC. Not dated
1 Announcements and News releases- PK Young Library of Florida History established. Not dated
1 Applications - Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation - Veterans' Educational Facilities Program (Justification of Need). 1946-1947
1 Applications - Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation - Application for Acceptance by the Navy of V-1, Collegiate Course of Study. 1942
1 Applications - GEB grant to build lab/demo school.
1 Applications - Sloan Foundation, Project in Applied Economics. 1945-1948
1 Appointments, Athletics Staff. 1946
1 Appointments, Def. Training and Vets. Rehab. War Training Program Staff. 1944
1 Awards- Agriculture, College of. Diploma De Honor fron El Consejo National de la Orden dal Merito Agricola e Industrial, Cuba. 1944
1 Awards- Alumni Affairs - L G Balfour Company design for U of F Presidents Medal.
1 Awards- Alumni Affairs - President's medal for Thomas W. Bryant. 1947
1 Awards- Declamation and Oratory Programs. 1933-1945
1 Awards- Engineering, Naval Ordinance Award presentation. 1946
1 Awards- Registrar- Alumni war decorations. 1942
2 Biennial Budgets (Approved). 1931-1933
2 Biennial Budget (Approved). 1931-1933
2 Biennial Budget, Departmental. 1931-1933
2 Biennial Budget, Justifications. 1931-1933
2 Biennial Budget, Miscellaneous Materials, Total Appropriations. 1933-1935
2 Biennial Budget, Proposed budget, appropriations bill. 1935-1937
2 Biennial Budget, Proposed. 1937-1939
2 Biennial Budget, Proposed, analysis of reductions. 1939-1941
2 Biennial Budget, Legislation proposed which would affect Univ.; Medical School, Drug store for C of Pharmacy; Dairy Barn, Tobacco Mold control, Appropriation. 1939-1941
3 Biennial Budget, Proposed. 1941-1943
3 Biennial Budget, Correspondence re: Legislation affecting Univ. 1943-1945
3 Biennial Budget, Proposed and justifications. 1943-1945
3 Biennial Budget, Proposed and justifications. 1945-1947
3 Biennial Budget, Correspondence re; Legislation affecting the Univ. of Fla. 1945-1947
3 Biennial Budget, Miscellaneous Materials giving supported data for budget. 1945-1947
3 Biennial Budget, As Approved. 1947-1949
4 Charts and Tables, Agriculture - Organization Chart, Coll of Ag. 1944
4 Charts and Tables, Agriculture - Organization Chart, Ag Exp Stations. 1951
4 Charts and Tables, Agriculture - Description of Ag Exp Station by S F Fleming.
4 Charts and Tables- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab - Relationship of military and naval programs for U of F Students. 1942
4 Charts and Tables- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab - U of Fla Defense and War Organization.
4 Charts and Tables- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab - War Service Opportunities for College Students. 1942
4 Charts and Tables- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab - Index of Course Offerings available at UF.
4 Charts and Tables- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab - ESMWT Salaries.
4 Charts and Tables- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab - Assignment of Space in Seagle Building to Vet. Rehab. Veteran's Administration.
4 Charts and Tables- Fraternities - Comments on the attached charts and tables Showing the performance of Freshmen at the U of F on the American Council on Education Psychological Examinations as compared with the national norms and the performance of freshmen at certain other institutions comparable with the U of F from standpoint of Organization and Geographic Location.
4 Charts and Tables- Library, Proposed reorganization of.
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Student Credit- Hour Chart. 1926-1927
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Comparison of Credit hours, Instructions, and Salaries. 1927-1928
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Work of each teacher. 1930
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Degrees conferred at UF. 1905-1930
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Organization of UF. 1932-1933
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Fluctuation of Costs at UF. 1928-1930
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Use of Electrical Energy on campus. 1926-1933
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Instructional Cost per student unit at UF. 1928-1935
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Employee classification. 1934-1935
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Growth of Faculty personnel and Curricular Courses. 1910-1934
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Proportion of UF freshmen and seniors from each quarter of High school class.
4 Charts and Tables- Registrar - Chief Administrative officers and boards classified as to function. 1947
4 Conferences and Meetings- Ag - Annual Fla Ag Ext Conf. 1933; 1943; 1946
4 Conferences and meetings- Assoc of Governing Bds of St Universities and Allied Institutions. Resolution, Program, Federal Aid to Education, Correspondence. 1944
4 Conferences and Meetings- Business Admn. Conferences on Local Government in Florida. 1936
4 Conferences and Meetings- Crisis in Education (Federal). 1933
4 Conferences and Meetings- Endowing Florida's future. Pamphlet, correspondence, etc re: Conference of Bankers and Attorneys regarding efforts to secure gifts of Florida educational institutions. 1933
4 Conferences and Meetings- Florida Health Council. Programs, Reports, Correspondence re: Whitehouse Conf on Children and Health; Florida programs and needs, etc. 1930-1931
4 Conferences and Meetings- Florida Historical Society Program- Committee on Protection of Archives of World War II. 1942
4 Conferences and Meetings- Fla. Public Health Association Program- Annual Meeting. 1944
4 Conferences and Meetings- Institute for Education by Radio Program - 17th Institute. Corresp re: Panel on Radio and Higher Education. 1947
4 Conferences and Meetings- National Assoc. of State Univ (Tigert- President). Programs, Reports, Corresp, re: meetings. 1939-1940
4 Conferences and Meetings- Roerich Pact and Banner of Peach. Correspondence, reports, announcements etc re: protection of artistic and scientific treasures. 1930-1935
4 Conferences and Meetings- Teachers of Citizenship. Tentative program of State conf. for teachers of citizenship. National Citizenship Education Program WPA project sponsored by Naturalization and Immigration Service and State Dept of Education. 1942
5 Constitutions, Charters, By-laws- Am. Assoc. of University Women. 1937
5 Constitutions, Charters, By-laws- Athletic Associations U of F. 1929, nd.
5 Constitutions, Charters, By-laws- Sunshine College Baseball League Southern Conference. 1937; 1940
5 Contracts- Ag. Experiment Station,Chinsequt Hill Agreement. 1932
5 Contracts- Arlington Hotel, Faculty Housing. 1946
5 Contracts- Athletics, Agreement with Radio Station WRUF. 1939
5 Contracts- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab. Agreements re: Reports of Veterans standing in University, Research for Government agencies, Facilities Leased to Government by state, etc. 1925-1947
5 Contracts- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab. 1941-1944
5 Contracts- College of Education. Agreement between Board of Public Instruction and University regarding Teacher Credit payments for each pupil from Alachua County attending PK Yonge Lab School. 1940-1941
5 Contracts- Florida Engineering and Industrial Exp. Station. Build and Test Experimental Citrus Juice Concentrator. 1941
5 Contracts- Florida Engineering and Industrial Exp. Station. Development of special electronic devices. 1947
5 Contracts- Florida Engineering and Industrial Exp. Station. Drying of Hulled Tung Nuts. 1941
5 Contracts- Florida Engineering and Industrial Exp. Station. Utilization of Limerock. 1943
5 Contracts- Florida State Museum - Agreement with HJ Spencer, US Dept of Interior for interior for office and lab space. 1941
5 Contracts- Florida State Museum - Agreement with Greeson and Son of Tampa for Habitat Group Cases. 1944
5 Contracts- Florida State Museum - Agreement re: proposed expedition to Galapagos Island. 1932
5 Contracts- General Extension - Agreement between U of F and Federal Works Agency, Works Projects Administration for Transfer of Ownership of WPA Music Library. 1943
5 Contracts- Lang-Worth Feature Programs. Lease of Lange Worth Recorded Music Service to WRUF. 1947
5 Contracts- WRUF Radio Station. National Advertizing Representative Agreement with Burn- Smith Company, Inc. 1939
5 Contracts- WRUF Radio Station. Federal Communications Commission, Statement to FCC by Tigert regarding WRUF Wavelength. 1929
5 Curricula and Courses- Center for Latin American Studies. 1945
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets Rehabilitation, ESMDT Courses. 1941
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets Rehabilitation. 1942
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets Rehabilitation ESMDT Courses. 1941
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets- Civilian Pilot Training Program. Not dated
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets- Civilian Protection School. 1942
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets- Army Air Forces Curricula. 1943
5 Curricula and Courses- Defense Training and Vets- Special Courses for Veterans. 1945
5 Curricula and Courses- Engineering, Civil Engineering. 1945
5 Curricula and Courses- Engineering, Sanitary Officers Short Course.
5 Curricula and Courses- Engineering, Cooperative Engineering Course. 1936
5 Curricula and Courses- Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering. 1936-1939
5 Curricula and Courses- Engineering, Recapitulation of finances on Engineering War Training Courses. 1942
5 Curricula and Courses- forestry, School of. 1937-1938
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar. 1933-1938
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, Schedule of Courses. 1933-1934
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, Private Venture Courses. 1933-1934
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, College of Education. 1934
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, Military Science Credits accepted. 1935-1936
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, Agriculture and Education Curricula. 1936
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, Bachelor of Arts and of Science. 1936
5 Curricula and Courses- Registrar, Business Administration Curriculum. 1938
5 Curricula and Courses- University College, Copies of Comprehensive Exams.
5 Curricula and Courses- University College, Course Outlines.
6 Forms- University College, Materials sent to all students applying. 1946-1947
6 General- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab. Florida Engineering Society resolution re: U of F Engineering Defense Training Program. 1941
6 General- Florida State Museum. 1932
6 General- Florida State Museum, Purchases by director without requisitions. -1932
6 General- Florida State Museum, Corresp and Statements re: Mr. O C Van Hyning and John B Tower. 1932
6 General- Forestry, Establishment and history of School.
6 General- Fraternities, Song (Monroe Smith and Dick Leche). 1941
6 General- Fraternities, Laundry service plan. 1941
6 General- Fraternities, Petition of Expulsion of Jerry Carter. 1931
6 General- Fuel Oil Rationing, Ration appeals, and account with First National Bank. 1944-1945
6 General- Honorary Degrees.
6 General- Registrar, Peace Strikes. 1935-1936
6 General- Registrar, Limiting of Enrollment to 5000.
6 General- Registrar, Military records of BH Fuqua. 1945
7 General- WRUF, Plot of location of station.
7 General- WRUF, Red Barber Story. Redbook. 1945 August
7 Investigations- College of Engineering, Charges of violation of professional ethics, plagiarism, by Derry against Weil, and Williams Committee on professional Relations and Standards. Final Report on Charges Preferred by Stephen A Derry. 1947
7 Investigations- Scott charges against Tigert (Charges- Personal use of intoxicants; Permitting drinking in dorms; Domineering attitude toward Board of Control; Failure to report to Board; Lack of cordiality of students; Too many boys sent home; Waste and extravagance at UF); Summary of Hearing, Correspondence, Findings, Clippings, etc. 1945
7 Legislation- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab, Selective Service Bill Explained. 1943-1944
7 Legislation- Library, Making University Library State Depository for State Documents. 1939
7 Legislation- Neeley Bill, Motion Picture censorship. 1939
8 Lists- Alumni Affairs, Officers. 1938-1941
8 Lists- Center for Latin American Studies, Advisory Board; Fellowship holders; Distribution students by country. 1938-1939
8 Lists- Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation- University Administration holding commissions; Enrollment in Civilian Pilot Training School. 1941-1942
8 Lists- Engineering, College of, New members of staff and their backgrounds. 1946
8 Lists- General- Faculty Seventy years of age or over; Student who helped student body officers to control crowds; Florida and Lyric Theaters (May 12 1938); Statistics of National Fraternities with chapters at UF (1939). 1938-1939, Not dated
8 Lists- Grants and Gifts. 1932-1946
8 Lists- Registrar- University Personnel statistics. 1940s
8 Lists- Registrar- Applicants for admission. 1932-1934
8 Lists- Registrar- ESMWT Course Offerings. 1940s
8 Lists- Registrar- Women Students admitted to UF. 1936; 1938-1939
8 Lists- Registrar- Candidates for degrees. 1928-1946
8 Lists- Registrar- Honor Roll. 1931-1932
8 Manuals- Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation, US Army Training manuals for College and Specialized training programs. 1944-1945
8 Memos- Agriculture, College of. 1940-1947
8 Memos- Agriculture, College of- Discontinuance of Cocoa Experiment Citrus Lab. 1940
8 Memos- Agriculture, College of- Increase of the Potato Disease Investigations Appropriation. 1940
8 Memos- Agricultural Experiment Station, Farm Labor Program. 1943
8 Memos- Agricultural Experiment Station, Florida Bankers Assoc. Agricultural Committee. 1947
8 Memos- Agricultural Experiment Station, Emergency War Food and Conservation Budget. 1944
8 Memos- Agricultural Experiment Station, Disposition of Land, Animals, and Equipment of Federal Farm of the Resident Teaching Division, College of Agriculture. 1941
8 Memos- Agricultural Experiment Station, Use of Stadium for Rodeos. 1947
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences. 1938
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, Social work administration courses. 1938
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, Gifts from Western Electric. 1944
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, Creation of Professors Emeritus (Enwall, Bristol, Little, Hathaway). 1945
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, Organization of Division of Geology and Geography. 1946
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, The Post War Graduate Program of the Dept of Biology. Not dated
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, Congressman HJ Drane papers. 1947
8 Memos- Arts and Sciences, Travel allowance policy. 1947
8 Memos- Board of Visitors, US Naval Academy. 1944
8 Memos- Business Administration- Projected Bureau of Public Administration. 1937
8 Memos- Business Administration- Department of Real Estate. 1945
8 Memos- Business Administration- Consolidation of Geography and Geology Depts. 1941
8 Memos- Business Manager. 1940-1947
8 Memos- Business Manager- Cafeteria needs, Annual Budgets, Building fee assessment; Research Council, War Priorities affecting university supplies; Student Activity fees; Investment of Wade and Gilchrist funds; Salary bonus to employees going into active duty; Annex to Fla. Union; Insurance on University Property; Coca Cola Funds for Athletic Assoc Scholarships; Blackout of University Buildings; Student Infirmary Fee; Florida Union Fees; Corresp and Extension credit for teachers; Handling of entertainment accounts for Presidents home; Manager for Bookstore, Cafeteria and Soda fountain; Purchasing policies; Temporary buildings; Flavets; Labor Wage Scale; Salary; Organization of Office of Business Manager; Limit Enrollment; Sanitation for Campus Trailer Park; parking Regulations; Audit of University; Income; From Summer school Students.
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies. 1938-1947
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies- Activities of Center. 1933
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies- Fla State Chamber of Commerce campaign for funds for center.
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies- Carnegie Endowment funds for Conference of Latin Am. Representatives. 1939
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies- Inter-American Educational and Cultural Conf. 1940
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies- Scholarships. 1941-1947
8 Memos- Center for Latin American Studies- Letter to Universities on Latin Am introducing the program of the Center. 1942
9 Memos- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab. Memos re Federal regulations governing defense courses, Army Specialized Training programs, Selective Service, WPA funds for ROTC, ESMDT Courses, etc. 1940-1941
9 Memos- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Same as above. 1942
9 Memos- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Same as above. 1943
9 Memos- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Same as above plus rules governing admission of Japanese students, Housing, GI Bill of Rights, Research Contracts, Scrub Oak research; War Fund Campaign; Statistics on Veterans Registration. 1944
9 Memos- Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Same as above. 1945
9 Memos- Education, College of. 1939-1947
9 Memos- Education, College of- Summer Workshop in Secondary Education. 1940
9 Memos- Education, College of- School of Trade and Industrial Education. 1940
9 Memos- Education, College of- Curriculum Laboratory. 1939; 1942
9 Memos- Education, College of- BA and BS Curricula in Education. 1940
9 Memos- Education, College of- PK Young Technical Institute for Vocational Instruction. 1945
9 Memos- Education, College of- PK Young Lab School Fees. 1945
9 Memos- Education, College of- PK Young Lab School Staff on Annual Basis. 1947
9 Memos- Engineering, College of. 1932-1947
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Committees of College. 1932
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Space needs of College. 1932
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Industrial Survey of Fla. 1933
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Faculty Meetings re Curricula and Policies. 1933
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Administrative Reorganization of the College. 1935
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Registration Procedure. 1939
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Curricula in Industrial Engineering. 1939
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Short Courses for Health Officers. 1945-1947
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- General Education Board Grant to the Research Branch, Southeastern Section, SPEE Funds to be administered by UKF. 1946
9 Memos- Engineering, College of- Highway Conference, Short Course. 1947
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station. 1939-1947
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Lease of Univ. land to government for construction of temporary buildings for Horticultural and Chemical Research Investigation. 1939
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Tung Oil Building lease. 1939-1941
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Title of Station. 1944
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Progress Report. 1944
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Tung Oil Research Contracts. 1945
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Navy Ordinance Development Award. 1945
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Patent Rights. 1945
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Scrub Oak for Paper Pulp. 1945
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Phosphate Waste Research. 1946
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Citrus Juice Concentrator research. 1946
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Development of Special Electronic Devices for Government. 1946
9 Memos- Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station- Budget. 1947-1949
9 Memos- Florida State Museum. 1943-1944
9 Memos- Florida State Museum- Fla State Horticultural Society donation of citrus machinery. 1943
9 Memos- Florida State Museum- Size and Value of Museum collections. 1944
9 Memos- Florida Union. 1943-1947
9 Memos- Florida Union- Use of Union by Trainees. 1943
9 Memos- Florida Union- Appointment of Acting Director. 1943
9 Memos- Florida Union- Operation and Fees. 1944
9 Memos- Florida Union- Cafeteria. 1946
9 Memos- Florida Union- Lake Wauberg. 1946
9 Memos- Florida Union- Temporary Addition to Union. 1936-1946
9 Memos- Fraternities. -1936
9 Memos- Fraternities- Size of. 1936
9 Memos- Fraternities- Quota System. 1938
9 Memos- Fraternities- Social Security Exemption. 1937
9 Memos- Fraternities- Auditor Advisor plan. 1938
9 Memos- Fraternities- Audit. 1939
9 Memos- Fraternities- Taxation. 1941-1944
9 Memos- Fraternities- Six Point Post War Planning Program for Frats. 1944
9 Memos- Fraternities- Regulation of Fraternities. 1945-1946
9 Memos- Fraternities- Hell Week Legislation. 1946
9 Memos- General Extension. 1937-1947
9 Memos- General Extension- Camp Roosevelt WPA project. 1937
9 Memos- General Extension- Cooperative Film Library. 1941
9 Memos- General Extension- WPA Music Library. 1943
9 Memos- General Extension- Short Course for Sanitary Health Officers. 1947
9 Memos- General Extension- Limit on Teacher earnings from General Extension and other Project sources. 1945
9 Memos- General Extension- Cooperative County Workshops. 1946
9 Memos- General Extension- Trade and Industrial Education. 1947
9 Memos- Gifts and Grants- General Education Board Grants to University Library. 1942-1946
9 Memos- Gifts and Grants- General Education Board Grants to University Library. 1942-1946
9 Memos- Graduate School. 1939-1947
9 Memos- General Extension- M. Ed Degree. 1939-1944
9 Memos- General Extension- Short Course in Medicine. 1943
9 Memos- General Extension- Graduate Record Exam. 1945
9 Memos- General Extension- Post Graduate Certificate for teachers. 1947
9 Memos- General Extension- Post Grad Fees. 1947
9 Memos- Law, College of. 1938-1946
9 Memos- Law, College of- Scholarships. 1938
9 Memos- Law, College of- Entrance Requirements. 1942
9 Memos- Law, College of- Inscription for Law Building. 1946
9 Memos- Library. 1939-1946
9 Memos- Library- Proposed P K Young Library of Florida History. 1939
9 Memos- Library- Library Survey of U of Chicago. 1940
9 Memos- Library- Book Expenditures. 1941
9 Memos- Library- PK Young Library of Florida History. 1942
9 Memos- Library- University Press. 1944
9 Memos- Library- Microfilm equipment. 1945
9 Memos- Library- SL West Appointed Librarian. 1946
9 Memos- Military Department. 1931-1947
9 Memos- Military Department- Conscientious objections. 1931
9 Memos- Military Department- US Field Artillery Association Medal. 1938
9 Memos- Military Department- Polo schedule. 1933
9 Memos- Military Department- Assignment of Staff. 1939
9 Memos- Military Department- Rifle Team. 1939
9 Memos- Military Department- Honor Graduates. 1941
9 Memos- Military Department- Military Incidental Fee. 1940
9 Memos- Military Department- Priority ratings. 1943
9 Memos- Military Department- Star Units. 1944
9 Memos- Military Department- NROTC units. 1945
9 Memos- Military Department- Post War ROTC units. 1946
9 Memos- Military Department- Orders- General and Special. 1929-1947
9 Memos- Music, Department of. 1930
9 Memos- Music, Department of- Credit Curricula in Music. 1930
9 Memos- Music, Department of- Proposed dept of music. 1930
9 Memos- Music, Department of- Forming of Convocation Choir and Credit for Choir. 1930
9 Memos- Music, Department of- Scholarships. 1937
9 Memos- Music, Department of- University Band. 1937
9 Memos- Music, Department of- Band Uniforms. 1946
9 Memos- National Assoc of State Universities. 1940-1947
9 Memos- National Assoc of State Universities- Resident Extension Centers. 1947
9 Memos- National Assoc of State Universities- ROTC. 1940
9 Memos- National Assoc of State Universities- National Youth Administration (NYA). 1940
9 Memos- Pharmacy, College of- Bureau of Professional Relations contracts with Fla State Board of Pharmacy. 1946-1947
9 Memos- Physical Education and Health, College of. 1939-1947
9 Memos- Physical Education and Health- Emergency First Aid at Infirmary. 1947
9 Memos- Physical Education and Health- Prospectus changes for College of Physical Ed. 1946
9 Memos- Physical Education and Health- Team and Storage Rooms at Athletic Field. 1941
9 Memos- Physical Education and Health- Scholarships. 1939
9 Memos- Physical Education and Health- Football Situation. 1939?
10 Memos- Registrar. 1928
10 Memos- Registrar- Glee Club. 1928
10 Memos- Registrar- Size of Classes. 1932
10 Memos- Registrar- Credit for Physical Education and Military Science. 1933; 1936
10 Memos- Registrar- Board of University Examiners. 1935-1936
10 Memos- Registrar- Admission of Japanese Ancestry. 1943
10 Memos- Registrar- Admission of Wives of Veterans. 1945
10 Memos- Registrar- U of F Branch at Tallahassee. 1946
10 Memos- Registrar- Enrollment. 1946
10 Memos- Registrar- Admissions procedures and policies. 1946
10 Memos- Registrar- Credit for Military work of BH Fuqua. 1946
10 Memos- Registrar- Applications from Woman. 1947
10 Memos- Registrar- Housing of Woman. 1947
10 Memos- Southeastern Conference, Committee on Post War Athletic Problems. 1944
10 Memos- Southern University Conference. 1944-1945
10 Memos- Southern University Conference- Students registered under Public Law 16 and 346.
10 Memos- Southern University Conference- Median salaries for. 1939-1940
10 Memos- Southern University Conference- Investigation of Special Problems arising out of the emergency. 1943
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of. 1928-1947
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Freshmen Week Program. 1929
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Dance Week-end rules. 1933
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- NYA projects. 1938
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Freshmen Assembly. 1938
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Student Aid report. 1938
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- University News: new publication. 1940; 1941
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Editorial re communication between univ and students. 1940
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Fraternity Averages. 1939
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- US Army Air Corps Appointments. 1940
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Amendment to Student Body Constitution. 1940
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Fla Grads working for FBI. 1940
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Post War Planning. 1941
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- F Club Dances. 1941
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Emergency Gas rations for Student Transportation at Xmas. 1942
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- University Assembly. 1942
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- National NYA College Work Council. 1942
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Student Activity Fee. 1943-1944, 1946
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Red Cross Drive. 1943
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Florida Union Fee. 1944
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Resumption of PreWar Activities of Student Government. 1946
10 Memos- Student Affairs, Dean of- Housing for Women Student. 1947
10 Memos- Student Health Services. 1937-1947
10 Memos- Student Health Services- Prospective Medical School. 1937
10 Memos- Student Health Services- Medical Services for AST Units. 1943
10 Memos- Student Health Services- Finances of Infirmary. 1941
10 Memos- Student Health Services- Health Services to Veteran Students. 1945
10 Memos- Student Health Services- Death of Howard Bartlett and subsequent investigations of Infirmary. 1945
10 Memos- Tigert- Telephone calls- University Water Supply, Arlington Hotel Lease for Faculty Housing, Homecoming for Bradford County Vets and Gen. Wainwright, Flavet villages, Branch at Tallahassee, Negro applicant for admission, James Melton, Athletics, Staff, etc. 1946
10 Memos- Tigert- Telephone Calls- 1944: Patent policies; Board visits to Experiment Stations, Conference on Vocational Education, GI Bill, Co-Education, Veterans Rehabilitation Contract, Tannin from Scrub Oak, Medical School. 1945: Physician for Infirmary director, Am and FM Wavelength lengths for WRUF, Honorary Degree for Justice Whitfield, Recommendations for Board of Trustees, Contingent Budget, Dr. Murphree, WRUF Contract with United Press, JG Ruge Endowment and Will, Florida History, $6,000 book, Scott Investigation of waste and extravagance at U, Death of Howard Bartlett and Investigation of Infirmary, Honorary Degree for James Melton, Mrs. R. Robins in Critical Condition, Compulsory Military Training. 1944-1945
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Limit on Purchases and other activities due to shortage of funds, Designation of acting deans and Dept Heads in times of administrator absence, Approval of College or Departmental payments, Law Student in Military Training, Appointment approval policies, Use of University buildings for Student Functions, Convocation; University New Bureau, Co-Education, Official Communications policy. 1928
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Inspection of U by Governor and Board of Control, Survey of University buildings, Use of Requisition forms, Mileage rate for state travel. 1929
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Repairs and maintenance of buildings, Nepotism, Outside work, University Calendar in Dean of Students Offc, Payment of salaries, Budget and Report, Private practice of testing commercial materials, Outside work, Research, Heating system on campus changed, Purchasing. 1930
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Death of Mrs. B. A. Tolbert, Full time employees of one department division or College working for another, Status of the Social Sciences UF. 1931
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Use of houses and property belonging to Univ., Use of Univ. Equipment and materials including vehicles, Budget increases for next biennium, Participation in Political Campaigns, Special Convocation on Honor system, George Washington Bi-Centennial Celebration, Unemployment in Gainesville. 1932
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- PWA funds for campus improvements, Travel, Material for submission to board of control, Purchasing, Chamber of Commerce Scrip available, Alumni Association, Nepotism, Mileage for State Travel, Cutting Down Expenses. 1933
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Reports of meetings attended at Univ. Expense, Reorganization of Lower Division, New Course of Study, Academic Load of students employed under CWA, Student Employment, Adjustment of Student classroom load to Outside work, Sigma Xi, Annual Leave for Non-Academic Staff, Policies for Next Budget, Exhibit for Century of Progress Exposition. 1934
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Increase in salaries, Rigid economy, Seminar on Prog of General College, Budget, Employment of persons of Advanced age, Change of Date on Seal of U of F, Reduction of Purchases of Supplies and Equipment, Oath of Allegiance, Outside employment, Use of telephones on campus, Travel reports, Southern Asoc. of Colleges and secondary schools study of curicula, Courses Dropped while failing. 1935
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Instructions to employees for the avoidance of accidents, Insurance benefits available to the faculty, Biennial Budget for 1937-39, Special status and insurance available to faculty, Biennial report, Special status, Military Science Credits, Unexpected savings in budget. 1936
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Handling of corresp referred by Pres, Use of classroom periods for outside discussions, Attendance regulations, University Deficit, Scheduling classes and exams on Monday and Wednesday nights, Use of Florida Union, Nominations of non residents for employment, Smoking in classrooms. 1937
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Materials to be submitted to Board. 1938
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Handling of matters with the Educational Foundations. Appointment of Dean of University, Policy- Collection of fees from students; Purchase of supplies, etc., Budget, Relation and negotiations with Legislature re: Univ. Matters, Policy and Procedure to be followed covering construction of buildings at the U of F. 1939
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Faculty called as Reserve Officers, Employment of persons at UF, Call to active service, Registration- Selective Compulsory Military, Training and service bill, Approval of budgets, Clearing of statistical info on Univ., Payment of accounts and return of equipment, Protection of Faculty and students in travel, Use of sample equipment, etc., Cooperation with accrediting agencies, Handling of federal projects and clearance. 1940
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Instructions governing matters to be presented to Board, Budget approval, Teacher's retirement, Faculty deferral, Leave of absence for military service, Resignations and employment of new faculty and staff. 1941
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Preparation of 1942-43 budget and nominations; War policies Council; Clearance of salary increases; War economy and conservation; College and Military Service; Use of univ plant in war activities; Classification of noninstructional personnel; Student employment; Deferments for Faculty and Staff; Leave of absence for military service; Departmental offerings and size of classes; Use of Fla Union; Common war adjustment of curricula and common coordination of war time activities. 1942
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Survey of war time activities of University; Personnel Problems (Classification abuses); Study of staff salaries, Student deferment, Educational services certified as essential to war effort; Univ convocation speakers, Wartime faculty placement, Selective service classifications and deferments. 1943
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Recommendations of the Safety Comm. in regard to smoking in buildings; Consultation of members of Faculty by the Board of Examiners; Murphree memorial; Appointment of student assistants; Increases in salary; Contributions to the Red Cross; Termination of employees; Negotiation of employees of UF; Applications for admission under GI Bill; Personnel survey of Fla State Gov.; Appointment of director of war training courses; Graduate students; Salaries and promotions for faculty; Classification for non-teaching staff. 1944
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Commencement exercises schedules at PK Young Laboratory School; Submission of faculty and staff nominations; Annual ROTC inspection; Appointments with the president; Tuberculosis campaign; Joint meeting, FSCW and UF; Western Union Sub Station in Fla Union; General assembly programs; Policy re Nepotism; Contract waiver forms; Applications and inquiries from negros; Clearance of Vets admin matters; Travel under amended legislation; Travel Policy; Holiday, sick leave, vacation policies; Admission of students, approval of courses for veterans; Approval of complete salaries of employees. 1945
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Textbook and special equipment; Placement of faculty drawn from universities to war work of Office of Price Administration; Nonuse of necessary and regular expense fund for payment of salaries; New classification and salary schedule for non teaching staff; Handling of contracts; Employment of veterans as student, grad, or research assistants; Employment of temporary teachers; Addition to Chemistry Bldg.; Appropriation to Univ. 1933-46; Committee on University Information; Presentation of materials for Board of Control; Procedure relating to personnel matters; Correct designation of board of control; University lecture committee- Policy on selection of lecturers; Visual aids demonstration (audio visual materials); Major General James A. Van Fleet Day; Scheduling engagements; Committee on addition to chemistry building; Appointment of dual faculty of General College and other colleges; Patent agreement form; Estimates of funds needed to equip the chem.-Pharmacy bldg and new Infirmary addition; Budget approvals; Equipment for new permanent bldgs; Faculty and staff nominated for Jr Chamber of commerce recognition for their services during year. 1946
10 Memos- Tigert, JJ- Extra compensation for faculty services covering short courses or similar assignments; Leaves of absence. 1947
10 Memos, University of Florida Press. 1944-1946
10 Memos, University of Florida Press- Finances for publishing bulletins, etc. 1944
10 Memos, University of Florida Press- Legislation allowing vets to take educational programs anywhere under GI Bill. 1944
10 Memos, University of Florida Press- Printing of Native Trees of Florida. 1945
10 Memos, University of Florida Press- Meeting of board managers of press to establish classes of publications to be planned, publication of Patrick's Fla. under five flags; and Charter of Press. 1940-1946
10 Memos, University Relations and Development. 1940-1946
10 Memos, University Relations and Development- Appointment of Alumni Recorder, Commercial operation of WRUF; Student life at Univ. 1942-1943
10 Memos, University Relations and Development- Report on crisis in student enrollment. 1946
10 Memos, WRUF- Appropriations, deficits, radio committee of B of C, budgets, contract with Mutual broadcasting system, application for full time operation of WRUF; Fla Radio Service Council and Radio Short Course School; Public school use if WRUF; Leasing of Station to meet need for reducing State expenditures. 1940-1946, Not dated
10 Minutes, Alumni Affairs, Office of (Feb 18 1945- Legislation Committee, Cooperation with the Athletic program, need of a new gym, Co-Education; Jan 20 1946 Meeting of alumni in Washington, DC; June 29-30 1946 Alumni University Committee; Central office on campus; support of athletic program, Legislative committee, support of War Memorial Comm; Public relations set up at univ insisted upon; Scott charges). 1945-1946
10 Minutes, General Coordinating Committee U of F Defense Unit. 1941
10 Minutes, Meeting of Representatives of Fla State College for Women and the University of Fla, approval of extension courses, transfer credits, workshops, Teacher certification. 1944-1945
10 Minutes, Florida Educational Loan Corp. 1937-1945
10 Minutes, Florida State War Fund. 1943-1945
10 Minutes, General Faculty meetings (Oct 1929; May 311930; Oct 1930; Feb 1931; July 1931; Oct 1931). 1929-1931
10 Minutes, National Assoc of State Univ. 1939-1945
10 Minutes, Southeastern Conference, Recruiting of players, scholarship, broadcasting. 1932-1941
10 Minutes, Southern Negro Youth Conference. 1940
10 Minutes, University Relations and Development, Public relations committee. 1940
10 Minutes, WRUF- Radio Service Council (1938); Radio Education Sub-Committee (1939). 1939-1938
11 Outlines, College of Arts and Sciences- Proposed program in Social Administration (Not dated); Outline of information respecting the College of Arts and Sciences (1929). 1929, Not dated
11 Outlines, College of Physical Education and Health- Tentative outline for the structure and function of a college Physical Education, Health, and Athletics. Not dated
11 Outlines, Student Publications, Powers and duties of Student Publications Board. Not dated
11 Outlines, University College- Reorganization of Lower Division; Outline: Report of the Committee on Biological Sciences; Bibliography and outline of materials on University College sent to work conf of the Southern Association. 1930s-1944
11 Petitions, Registrar's Office, Petitions regarding housing for Veterans. 1946
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation. 1940-1942
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation- Institute on impact of war on civilian life. 1943
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation- Proposed policy governing relations between state Universities, Land Grant Colleges, and US War Dept in case of Drafting of College and University Students for military Service. 1940
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation- Proposed plan of organization of Campus Legion members for protection of buildings. 1941
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation- Emergency safety Precautions Committee. 1941
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation- Request for designation as National Defense Project.
11 Plans and Proposals, Defense training and veterans rehabilitation- Propose Armory, statement and blueprints. 1940
11 Plans and Proposals, General Extension Division- General Extension Division How it operates in Fla (1938); School of Adult Education at Camp Roosevelt. 1938, Not dated
11 Plans and Proposals, Registrar's Office, Statistics and notable facts re: gifts, scholarships, students, speakers, etc. for Commencement Programs and Speeches. 1938-1946
11 Plans and Proposals, Welaka Project, Justification and value of conservation reserve to state and to School of Forestry. 1939
11 Plans and Proposal, WRUF, Proposal by Special Radio Comm of Fla. State Chamber of Commerce to the Florida Citrus Commission pertaining to the utilization of WRUF. 1939
11 Policies and Procedures, Athletics, Policy approved by Board. 1932
11 Policies and Procedures, Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation. 1941-1945
11 Policies and Procedures, Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation- Course offerings changed. 1941
11 Policies and Procedures, Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation- The U of F and the War Emergency. 1942
11 Policies and Procedures, Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation- Florida War Fund, Inc. regarding Community Recreation Operations for Services to Veterans. Not dated
11 Policies and Procedures, Defense Training and Veterans Rehabilitation- State Approval of Veterans training of UF. 1945
11 Policies and Procedures, College of Education, Off campus workshops. 1944
11 Policies and Procedures, Fla Engineering and Exp. Station, Manual for Employees. 1944
11 Policies and Procedures, General- Formal Invitations; Sending greetings to other colleges; Policies relating to Special statues and disabled Employees Adopted by Board. 1936
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Admission to advanced standing. 1935-1937
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Proposals for effective 12 months program of administration. 1947
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Procedure for conferring degrees, certificates and diploma.
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Dismissal for academic reasons. 1945
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Attendance regulations. 1937
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Student Aid, statement of aid available. 1940-1941
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Housing for women. 1947
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Admission regulations for women. 1947
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Orientation of women students. 1947
11 Policies and Procedures, Registrar, Office of the- Placement of graduates. Not dated
11 Policies and Procedures, Dean of Student Affairs- Information on Part-time employment for students. Not dated
11 Policies and Procedures, Dean of Student Affairs- Standards for off-campus rooming houses. Not dated
11 Policies and Procedures, Student Health Services- Statements re: Death of Howard William Bartlett. 1945
11 Policies and Procedures, Student Health Services- Fees for Health services. 1940
11 Policies and Procedures, University Council, Curricula and admissions adjustments to meet war needs. 1942
11 Policies and Procedures, University Personnel. 1946
11 Policies and Procedures, University Personnel- Salaries and responsibilities of Deans. 1946
11 Primers- Fla Engineering and Experiment Station, Question and answer format re: values of Engineering Exp. Stations. 1936 (1940)
12 Projects and Researches- Agricultural Extension Service- Emergency War Food and Conservation Farm Labor project (Budgets, Staff, Agreements). 1946-1943
12 Projects and Researches, FERA Student Employment. 1934
12 Projects and Researches, Fla Engr and Exp Station. 1945-1948
12 Projects and Researches, School of Forestry, Austin Cary Memorial Forest. 1937
12 Projects and Researches, General College, Proposed project of research and experimentation in the field of General Higher Education. 1935
12 Projects and Researches, General Extension, Fla Works Progress Admin Official Project- Camp Roosevelt, Florida. Financial report. 1937
12 Projects and Researches, Sloan Foundation, Project in Applied Economics (Budgets, Agreements, reports, indentures). 1940-1944
12 Projects and Researches, Tennessee Valley Authority. 1933
12 Projects and Researches, WPA Division of Education, Reports. 1937-1939
12 Projects and Researches, WPA Federal Writers Guide Project, Manuscripts and requests for Florida Guide project. Not dated
12 Projects and Researches, WPA-FERA-Florida Mapping Project (Memorandum of understanding, Budget). 1934
12 Projects and Researches, WPA Florida Music Project (Proposed, budget). 1940
12 Projects and Researches, WPA Florida- Transcription Project, Proposed project to duplicate manuscripts now in the Library of Congress pertaining to Florida (Bibliography attached). Not dated
12 Projects and Researches, WPA Hurricane Research- Application, Engineering Exp. Station Bulletin no 3, printed results. 1936
12 Questionnaires, Southern Association of College and Secondary Schools- Special Problems Arising out of the Emergency; An Investigation sponsored by the Southern; University Conference; NEA. 1943-1944
12 Questionnaires, WRUF Radio Station- Questionnaire submitted by the Mr. Mershon. Not dated
12 Recommendations, Agricultural Experiment Station- Recommendations to President for presentation to Board of Control re: Staff, Equipment, Land, Funds, etc. 1929-1947
12 Recommendations, Agricultural Extension Service- Recommendations to Pres. for presentation to Board of Control re: Institutes, Short Courses, Staff, Equipment, Funds, etc. 1931-1947
12 Recommendations, Agriculture, College of- War Emergency Food Conservation project funds, Salaries of County Agents. 1942
12 Recommendations, American Asoc of University Professors, UF, Concerning proposed Special Status Disability Allowance. 1936
12 Recommendations, Athletics- Student Fees, Discontinuance of intercollegiate athletics for duration of war, Scholarship standards, measures to curtail financial difficulties of Athletic department; The structure and functioning of a postwar Division of Athletics, Health and Physical Education. 1932-1943
12 Recommendations, Business Manager, Office of- Fee increase for Correspondence courses, buildings; Accounting and business procedures.
12 Recommendations, Center for Latin American Studies- Handling of Foreign Students; Inter-Am Division of Fla. State Chamber of Commerce proposal for Fla. Branch of Pan American Highway, Shipping rates, control, teaching of Spanish in public schools, Restoration of St. Augustine, Improvement of trade with Latin America. 1939-1943
12 Recommendations, Education, College of- Workshops; PK Young Technical Institute; Aircraft mechanics. 1938-1946
12 Recommendations, General, Faculty and Staff Appointments. 1930
13 Recommendations, General Extension- Staff, Short courses, Work shops, Application of off campus credit toward under grad degrees. 1937-1947
13 Recommendations, College of Physical Education and Health, Proposed college. 1945
13 Recommendations, Registrar, Diploma for South Florida Military Institute grads; Entrance requirements. 1929
13 Recommendations, University College- Recommendations for Reorganization of Lower Division of U of F. 1934?
13 Recommendations, University of Florida Press, Publication of University News of the Fighting Gators. 1943
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Testimony of JJ Tigert before Congressional Comm on Phosphate Investigations. 1938
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Department of Animal Industry, Ag Exp Stations. 1942
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Phosphate conservation. 1936
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Agricultural Research in relation to Fla's Agriculture. 1931
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradication. 1930
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Role of Station in Agricultural progress. Not dated
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Scope of activities.
13 Reports, Agricultural Experiment Station- Sour Orange Stock situation in So. America. Not dated
13 Reports, American Council on Education, Recommendation against retirement of Faculty at 65. 1947
13 Reports, Architecture and Fine Arts- New Equipment for power plant at UF; Central Heating Plant; Funds for supervision of physical plant of University and administration of school of Architecture and Allied Arts; Estimated value of services rendered to school of Architecture by Architecture's Office. 1929-1930
13 Reports, College of Arts and Sciences. 1929-1946
13 Reports, College of Arts and Sciences- Chair of Americanism. 1929-1946
13 Reports, College of Arts and Sciences- Case for the Department of Mathematics of the College of Arts and Sciences. 1944
13 Reports, College of Arts and Sciences- Department of Religion organization. 1944
13 Reports, College of Arts and Sciences- Physical Education, Health and Athletics, Changes in University Constitution concerning. 1946
13 Reports, Land grant College and Universities, Assoc. (See Association's Proceedings- 630.6273 L253p).
13 Reports, Attendance and enrollment. 1929-1936
13 Reports, Louis D Beaumont Fund. 1941-1944
13 Reports, Board of Visitors to the US Naval Academy.
13 Reports, Business Administration, College of- Activities of UF Faculty who have worked in Pub Administration or related fields (1939); Committee on appraisal of the conf of Local Govt in Florida (1936). 1936-1939
13 Reports, Office of the Business Manager- Miscellaneous disconnected reports on various aspects of the financial business of the university and Annual Financial Reports for 1945, 1931, and a 1932 survey of fiscal procedures. 1905-1945
14 Reports, Athletics- Annual Reports. 1943, 1930, 1929
14 Reports, Athletics- Salaries, of Assistant Director. 1927-1930
14 Reports, Athletics- Receipts. 1932
14 Reports, Athletics- Scholarship survey. Not dated
14 Reports, Institute of Inter American Affairs (Center for Latin American Studies)- Report of students sponsored by Institute. 1927-1941
14 Reports, Institute of Inter American Affairs (Center for Latin American Studies)- Implications of the Inter-American Educational and Cultural Conference. Not dated
14 Reports, Institute of Inter American Affairs (Center for Latin American Studies)- US Office of Inter American Affairs, Report of financial and performance status of funds granted to governmental and Public or private non-profit institutions and facilities August. 1945
14 Reports, Institute of Inter American Affairs (Center for Latin American Studies)- Geographical Survey of the Highlands of Guatemala. 1932
14 Reports, Institute of Inter American Affairs (Center for Latin American Studies)- The Inter-American Institute background. 1945
14 Reports, Cockling Case, University of Georgia, Integration controversies. 1941
14 Reports, Data showing tenure of service and increase in Salaries. 1943
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Vets of WWII, First Semester. 1944-1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- War Training Courses funds. 1944
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Non Resident and Law Fees in 10 Univ of South. 1938
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Veterans Advisement center. Not dated
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Facilities available for Colored Veterans. Not dated
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Student Unit Instructional Cost. 1941-1942
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Expenses not including books for all students except law. Not dated
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Army Specialized Training program enrollment by cycles. 1943-1944
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- 62nd Army Air Force College Training Detachment Enrollment. 1943
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- All Faculty Earnings from all sources. 1944
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Distribution and number of AST Trainees. 1944
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- National Bureau of Standards report on Air Burst Proximity Fuses for Bombs, Rockets and Mortars. 1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Policy of the Fla War Fund, Ind. regarding Community Recreation Operations for Service Men. 1943
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Engineering, science and management war training program, five year summary. 1940-1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Collections from federal government for carrying Army programs and transmitted to state treasurer. 1943-1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Adjustment of credit for veterans. 1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Withdrawals by months. 1941-1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Public Relations of the University Program and Policy. 1945
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Veterans Guidance. 1946
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Compensation for instruction of Veterans. 1947
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Enrollment and resignations of Veteran students. 1947
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Protection against sabotage, etc. 1941
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- AST conference, Wn. DC. 1943
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Dormitory occupants. Not dated
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Budgets. 1943
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Univ of Fla Army Specialized Training Program. 1943
14 Reports, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- Report on Army Service Forces Manual M-101 Atlas of World Maps, critical view. 1943
14 Reports, Donaher Tract- Hogtown Creek. 1940
14 Reports, College of Education- Enrollment, School of Trade and Industrial Ed. 1938-1941
14 Reports, College of Education- Veteran Groups to be served and instructional plans. 1945
14 Reports, College of Education- Cooperative project between the college of Ed and PKY Lab School. Not dated
14 Reports, Engineering, College of- Electrical Power Survey of the U of F. 1929
14 Reports, Engineering, College of- Equipment needs of Dept of Physics. 1929
14 Reports, Engineering, College of- Potter Report on Engineering College, UF. 1947
14 Reports, Engineering, College of- Former Staff members. 1947
14 Reports, Engineering, College of- College of Engineering progress reports. 1945; 1933
14 Reports, Engineering, College of- Water Supply at U of F. 1933
14 Reports, Financial- University Athletic Association. 1932
14 Reports, Financial- Agricultural Experiment and Extension travel funds. 1932-1934
14 Reports, Financial- Comparative statement of income and disbursements for the summer schools. 1934-1935
14 Reports, Financial- Dept of Physical Education and Health, budget. 1934-1935
14 Reports, Financial- Comparison funds available annual basis biennium. 1931-1935
14 Reports, Florida Educational Loan Corporation, Rotary, Information concerning the FELC Its organization Aims and purposes. 1942
14 Reports, Florida Engineering and Experiment Station- Progress report. 1945
14 Reports, Florida Engineering and Experiment Station- Budget Data. 1945
14 Reports, Florida Engineering and Experiment Station- Salaries. 1945-1947
14 Reports, Florida Engineering and Experiment Station- Scrub oak and other Fla Hardwoods for Pulpwood. 1945
14 Reports, Florida State Museum (Needs, acquisitions, holdings). 1941-1942
14 Reports, Florida Union- Survey of other Union buildings, Annual Activity Report. 1940-1941
14 Reports, Forestry, School of, Financing. 1941
14 Reports, Graduate School- Problems re Master's Degree requirements. 1936
14 Reports, Graduate School- Graduate Program at U of F. 1947
14 Reports, Graduate School- justification of Appropriation for Graduate School and normal growth at the U of F. 1929
14 Reports, College of Law. 1943
14 Reports, Library. 1947
14 Reports, National Association of State Universities, Committee on Radio Broadcasting. 1931-1941
14 Reports, Pharmacy, College of- Committee on Curriculum and teaching methods. Not dated
14 Reports, Pharmacy, College of- Tropical Medicinal Plant Survey Trip. 1929
14 Reports, Pharmacy, College of- Special Report, History. 1945
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Marketing System. 1928
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Enrollment. 1928-1932
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Degrees conferred. 1905-1929
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Improvements. 1928-1929
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Changes and Achievements. 1929-1930
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Survey of UF by Arthur J Klein. 1933
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Study of Grads of UF from 1905-32. Circa 1932
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- First University College produced graduating class. 1940
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Camp Wauburg Project and other improvements. 1940
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Special Report for Dr. B. Floyd. 1944
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Housing of Women Students. 1947
14 Reports, Registrar, Office of the- Classification of Employees. 1935-1936
14 Reports, Research Council- Research work in Biology. 1939
14 Reports, Research Council- Minutes, October 13. 1939
14 Reports, Research Council- Functions and aims of Council. Not dated
15 Reports, Sloan Foundation- Project in Applied Economics. 1943-1947
15 Reports, Southern University Conference- Committee on Graduate and Professional Instruction for Negros. 1940
15 Reports, Southern University Conference- Cocking vs. Univ. of Georgia. 1941
15 Reports, Southern University Conference- Committee on Special Problems arising out of emergency. 1943
15 Reports, Student Health Services. 1943-1945
15 Reports, Student Health Services- Receipts and Disbursements for the Infirmary. 1931
15 Reports, Student Health Services- Annual Reports. 1934, 1935, 1943
15 Reports, Student Health Services- Investigation of Death of Howard William Bartlett. 1945
15 Reports, Texas A and M. 1942
15 Reports, University College, Reorganization of Lower Division. 1935-1937
15 Reports, University Press- Funds, Publication distribution and income, Summer Gator, Alligator, University Record Series, Articles of Incorporation. 1942-1946
15 Reports, Publications of the University of Florida. 1945
15 Reports, University Relations and Development- Statistics on Florida men in the war. 1943
15 Reports, University Relations and Development- Committee on Public Relation. 1945-1946
15 Reports, Welaka. 1942-1943
15 Reports, WRUF, Reports and Recommendations. 1942-1943
15 Resolutions, Agricultural Experiment Sation- Cocoa Citrus Field Laboratory. 1940
15 Resolutions, Athletics- Broadcasting of Football games. 1932
15 Resolutions, Athletics- Continuance of Athletic program. 1932
15 Resolutions, Athletics- Financial Assistance for players. 1935
15 Resolutions, Athletics- University of Athletic Association, Incorporation papers. 1929
15 Resolutions, Center for Latin American Studies- Support for proposed Inter-American Educational Program of the Institute of Inter American Affairs. 1939
15 Resolutions, Defense Training and Veterans Rehab- United States Army Air Force Aviation Cadet Program, Appreciation of Defense training received at Univ. 1942
15 Resolutions, Florida State Museum, Acceptance by State of Ringling Museum, Sarasota. 1937
15 Resolutions, General- Student Conduct. 1931
15 Resolutions, General- Prohibition support. 1934
15 Scholarships, Department of Music. 1937
15 Statistics, Registrar- Faculty, 65 or over. 1932
15 Statistics, Registrar- Distribution of personnel by Birthdates. 1933
15 Statistics, Registrar- Averages. 1934-1935
15 Statistics, Registrar- Alumni in Service. 1943-1944
15 Statistics, Registrar- Library. 1944
15 Statistics, Registrar- Faculty promotions. 1943-1944
15 Statistics, Registrar- Faculty on leave for war service. 1944
15 Statistics, Registrar- Promotions. 1945-1946
15 Surveys, Arts and Sciences, College of- Proposed Water Survey. 1935
15 Surveys, Arts and Sciences, College of- Needs of Geology Dept. 1935
15 Surveys, Arts and Sciences, College of- Survey of Physics Dept. 1929
15 Surveys, General Extension- Camp Roosevelt Publicity. 1937
15 Surveys, Graduate School- Organization of Graduate Working State Universities; Numbers of Grads receiving Degrees in the Schools and colleges over a 7 year period. 1945
15 Surveys, Registrar, Grade Survey Report. 1928-1929
15 World War II- Faculty Post War Committees - Special Comm. on War Publicity; Reports on Departmental War Activities. 1943
15 World War II- National Defense - War Efforts and plans of U of F; Statements, Resolutions, Correspondence. 1940-1942
15 World War II- Pamphlets, Speeches and Articles re: Veterans Education. 1944-1943
15 World War II- War Training Program. Director- Correspondence, Programs. 1942-1943
15 World War II- War Training Courses, Report on. 1944


Subseries P7d: Building Correspondence 1929-1947

Subseries P7d contains files related to building construction, renovation, expansion, and maintenance during the administration of President Tigert. The files consist of correspondence, plans, budgets, contracts, and agreements. Included in the files are plans for an administration building that was never constructed, the first student union (now Dauer Hall), the Infirmary, the laboratory school (now Norman Hall), and expansion of the Library and Law Building, and records related to the purchase and renovation of the Seagle Building in downtown Gainesville.


Box
1 Administration. 1939-1946
1 Agricultural Experiment Station- Newell Hall; Dairy Products Laboratory; Misc. small buildings. 1933-1947
2 Agriculture, College of.
2 Armories.
2 Arts and Sciences.
2 Athletic Dept.
2 Auditorium.
2 Bookstore.
2 Budget Commission.
2 Business Administration.
2 Cafeteria.
2 Central Heating Plant.
2 Dorms. 1933
3 Dorms. 1933-1938
4 Dorms (Flavets). 1939-1947
4 Education, College of- P. K. Yonge Lab School.
4 Engineering, College of.
5 Fla. Improvement Commission.
5 Florida Union.
5 Forestry, School of.
6 General Extension.
6 Infirmary.
6 Kitchen Project.
6 Law Library.
6 Library.
6 Maintenance.
6 Permanent Building Programs.
6 Reports.
6 Reconstruction Finance Corp.
7 Seagle Building.
7 Sewage Disposal Plant.
7 Student Cooperative Exchange.
7 Temporary Buildings.
7 Miscellaneous- Maintenance, beautification, campus planning, heating, fire protection.


Selected Subjects and Access Terms

Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities -- History
College buildings -- Florida
Florida -- Board of Regents -- History
Military education -- Florida -- Gainesville
Tigert, John James, 1882-1965
University of Florida -- Presidents
University of Florida -- Sports -- History
WRUF (Radio station : Gainesville, Fla.)



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