Office of the President Records. George William McClelland Correspondence
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George William McClelland served as president of the University of Pennsylvania from 1944 – 1948. McClelland was a Penn alumnus who had spent almost his entire professional career at the University. He was appointed provost in 1939, and was groomed by President Thomas Gates to be his successor. The McClelland Administration oversaw reviving the University after World War II, and for established a strategic plan and development effort to support Penn's growth.
The George William McClelland Correspondence of the Office of the President Records contains documents from the McClelland Administration that were not included with the original files in UPA 4.
The George William McClelland Correspondence is organized chronologically, and arranged alphabetically.
The George William McClelland Correspondence was transferred to the University Archives from the Office of the President.
- University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
- Finding Aid Author
- Timothy H. Horning
- Finding Aid Date
- August 2013
- Access Restrictions
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