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|Title: ||Cornell Notes: World War II to 1968|
|Authors: ||Marcham, Frederick G.|
|Issue Date: ||15-Aug-2006|
|Abstract: ||The Cornell Notes in particular are very frank descriptions of the struggles among professors, departments, college deans, and central administrators to govern a university. Why so frank? I asked a close colleague of my father's. "He wanted to leave his view of the story."
This book deals with Prof. Marcham as a Cornell University teacher and trustee, coach, faculty advocate, and village mayor in America.|
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A Zipped version of all of the Books and articles concerning Frederick G. Marcham can be found at http://hdl.handle.net/1813/3448|
|Appears in Collections:||Books and Articles|
The Legacy of Frederick G. Marcham
Cornell University Department Histories
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