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Series 2, University Council Records, 1844 - 2018 January 17
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Meeting Records, 1844-2015

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Extent:
6.33 cubic ft. and 139 Digital Files
Scope and Content:
This series contains the minutes of the University Council and its predecessor bodies. The approved minutes of the Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, and the Board of Visitors (1844-1939, 1944-45) are supplemented by correspondence, annual budgets, and annual reports. The minutes are available in the original hand and typewritten bound volumes, 1844-1939, 1945, kept by the secretary to the various committees and boards, and a typewritten transcription, 1844-1939, commissioned by President Brubacher in 1938. No minutes exist for the College Council (1954-62), though one agenda from 1960 is in the records. The minutes of the University Council (1963-89), contain several reports and budget documents, however the bulk of the correspondence, reports, and peripheral material considered by the University Council are found in the correspondence files.
Arrangement:
Arranged chronologically.
Parent Restrictions:
This collection is unrestricted except for the presidential search committee records, which are restricted until processing due to personally identifiable information. Please consult an archivist for more details.

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Restrictions:
This collection is unrestricted except for the presidential search committee records, which are restricted until processing due to personally identifiable information. Please consult an archivist for more details.
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