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Mount Allison University Information Office fonds

DATES OF CREATION:
[1933?] - 1989, predominant 1960-1988

PHYSICAL EXTENT:
3.5 m of textual records and other material

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY/BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Mount Allison University appointed its first Informational Officer in 1969. Prior to this the collection and dissemination of campus information was mainly carried out by the Alumni and Public Relations Office.

CUSTODIAL HISTORY:
In continuous custody of the Mount Allison University Alumni and Information offices

SCOPE AND CONTENTS:
Fonds consists of administrative and operational records which include Information Office publications, biographical sketches of university employees, correspondence, subject files, clippings, photographs

SOURCE OF TITLE:
Title based on contents of fonds

ACCRUALS:
Expected

ASSOCIATED MATERIALS:
Not available

FINDING AIDS:
Inventory available at repository

IMMEDIATE SOURCE OF ACQUISITION:
Transferred by Information Office 1988

LANGUAGE:
English

LOCATION OF ORIGINALS:
Mount Allison University Archives

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Not available

RELATED RECORDS:
Not available

ALL OTHER NOTES:
Not available

RETRIEVAL No.:
8805

REPOSITORY:
Mount Allison University Archives

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS, USE AND REPRODUCTION:
Open for research purposes. Copying and/or publication permitted only with written permission of the Mount Allison University Archives

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