Collection includes the general correspondence files of Kremer J. Hoke: Professor of Education, 1920-44; Dean, 1920-21; Dean of Students, 1921-22; Dean of the College, 1922-1938; Dean of the School of Education, 1934-38; Dean of Summer School, 1938-43. In addition to correspondences with a variety of individuals, collection contains materials related to: the American Council on Education; Association of American Colleges; Association of Southern College; Catalogue; Curriculum Committee; Education and English Departments; Examinations and enrollment; Faculty lectures, notices, letters and employment; Government bulletins; Institute of International Affairs; Monthy report summaries; National Education Association; Progressive Education Association; Publishers Correspondence; Southern Women's Educational Alliance; State Board of Education; Dean of Students Material; Summer Session
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Professor of Education, 1920-1944; Dean, 1920-1921; Dean of Students, 1921-1922; Dean of the College, 1922-1934; Dean of the College and Dean of the School of Education, 1934-1938; Dean of Summer School, 1938-1943. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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Acc. 1979.31 (first accessioned by the Manuscripts Department as Mss. Acc. 1964-55).