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Folder 2 Administration, July, 1933 – March, 1938

Includes Hathway’s 1933 letter of acceptance of appointment as Assistant Professor of Sociology in the College; Correspondence urging faculty to support the fund raising effort on behalf of the “Complete-the-Cathedral Campaign.”; Correspondence on behalf of Miss Pauline Redmond, the first Urban League Fellow “to take a degree in social work.”; Correspondence regarding subsequent appointments of Miss Hathway to the faculty; A letter to Chancellor John G. Bowman in October, 1937 regarding the forthcoming accreditation site visit by Mr. W. I. Newstetter of Case Western Reserve University on behalf of the American Association of Schools of Social Work of which Miss Hathway was the secretary and a member of the Association’s Executive Committee; Confidential memoranda detailing the agenda of faculty meetings of “the College”