Office of the Dean, School of Medicine Records, 1954 -- 2014
This collection has:
12.0 Cubic Feet
10 boxes and one oversized folder.
4 Digital Object(s)
The Medical School and Dental School were jointly administered by one Dean until 1914, when the Office of the Vice-Dean was created in the Medical School. The Dental School added its own Vice-Dean in 1915, and then in 1917 appointed its own Dean, thereby separating the administration of the two schools. The Medical School was renamed the School of Medicine in 1954 when Tufts College became Tufts University.
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