William D. Hersey Papers, 1941 -- 2001

This collection has:

6.76 Linear Feet

This collection primarily contains research materials related to the "Fame is Fleeting-Character Endures" memorial plaque project spearheaded by William D. Hersey, providing information about individuals for whom buildings are named at Tufts University. Hersey graduated from Tufts with a degree in psychology in 1932. Additional materials include personal and professional correspondences of Harry Adams Hersey, William's father, and William D. Hersey's subject files on careers, co-education, engineering, and rehabilitation services at Tufts.

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