William K. Selden Collection on the History of Health Services at Princeton University
Held at: Princeton University Library: University Archives [Contact Us]
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William Kirkpatrick Selden (1911-2009) was an American educator.
The documents include virtually all annual reports of the health service and the ladies' auxiliary, as well as copies of many clippings and other reports relevant to the history of the health service. The more recent material also includes much information on employees, budgets and health-related materials provided to students.
This is an unprocessed collection and remains in its original arrangement.
Arranged as follows: first draft of manuscript, photographs, notes, documents (chronologically ordered).
This is an unprocessed collection. The contents list provided is a preliminary inventory.
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Collection is open for research use.
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