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Evan M. Melhado studied History at Princeton University as a graduate student, and graduated in 1977.
Evan Melhado studied History at Princeton as a graduate student, graduating in 1977.
The collection consists of one box of documents relating to the student draft, including documents produced by the Princeton Graduate Draft Union and the Draft Information Center, as well as memos from the Graduate School and the University regarding the draft.
Donated to the University Archives by Evan M. Melhado in 2018 (AR.2018.052).
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This collection was processed by Phoebe Nobles in 2022. Finding aid written by Phoebe Nobles in 2022.
No materials were removed from the collection during 2022 processing.
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Clippings from The New York Times, as well as a copy of "You and the Draft: The Daily Princetonian Guide to the Selective Service System."Physical Description