Series 3 - Carleton University

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Carleton University

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  • 1952-1996 (Creation)

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  • 1.02 m of textual records

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Series consists of correspondence with students and academics, course offerings and schedules, Faculty meeting minutes, invitations, pamphlets, memoranda, staff photos and newspaper clippings accumulated and created by Dr. Farr while at Carleton University.

In 1957, Carleton College changed its name to Carleton University. Students enrolled in great numbers and the institution moved to a new campus. Dr. Farr's responsibilities gradually increased as his academic and administrative career developed; Associate Professor (1957-1961); Visiting Associate Professor (1957-1958, 1960); Professor (1961-1987); Dean of Arts (1963- 1969); Professor Emeritus (1987).

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Associated materials can be found in the Department of History series, Faculty of Graduate series, School of International Affairs series, and Institute of Canadian Studies series.

Box A-203 to A-208, A-294.

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