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Created April 30, 2008.
Architect Charles Follen McKim provided Columbia with stately buildings . Columbia celebrated its bicentennial in 1954 during a period of steady.
Architect Charles Follen McKim provided Columbia with stately buildings patterned after those of the Italian Renaissance. The University continued to prosper after its move uptown in 1897. The oral-history movement in the United States was launched at Columbia in 1948. Columbia celebrated its bicentennial in 1954 during a period of steady expansion. This growth mandated a major campus building program in the 1960s, and, by the end of the decade, five of the University's schools were housed in new buildings. It was also in the 1960s that Columbia experienced the most significant crisis in its history.
RELATED ONLINE SOURCE ON EISENHOWER PRESIDENCY Columbia University’s Center for Oral History includes an Eisenhower Administration Project: Oral History, 1962-1972. Eisenhower served as President of Columbia University from 1948 to 1953.
Pulitzer Prize winner Allan Nevins founded the program in 1948. There is an extensive list of projects belonging to the center, both current and completed. Currently the office holds 8,000 taped memoirs and 1,000,000 pages of transcripts.
The Eisenhower administration project (Columbia University oral history collection). 066700050X (ISBN13: 9780667000506). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The Columbia Oral History Project was launched by Professor Allan Nevins, who is also .
The Columbia Oral History Project was launched by Professor Allan Nevins, who is also Chairman of the Advisory Board of this magazine, in an attempt to refresh at least a part of this wellspring of history. With a small endowment from the Bancroft Fund of Columbia and the Littauer Foundation, a trained staff has quietly been interviewing hundreds of important personages of our era, recording the often lengthy sessions on tape and then filing them away in what Assistant Director Dean Albertson calls a deep-freeze of current American history
Oral History Collections. Fields, Alonzo: White House butler during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations; maitre d'hotel during Truman administration and part of Eisenhower administration.
Oral History Collections. Adams, Charles . Chairman of the board of Raytheon C. son of Charles Francis Adams, who was Secretary of the Navy during the Hoover administration, 1929-33. Aiken, George . Governor of Vermont, 1937-41; . Senator from Vermont, 1941-75; member, First Hoover Commission, 1947-49.
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Oral History Collections A-Z. Alphabetical Index to the Collection AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL MOVEMENT guide to the oral history series. Alphabetical Index to the Collection .