Papers, 1918-1975

Turner, Fred Harold, 1900-1975


25 linear ft.
Correspondence, diaries and calendars, speeches, 1901 dissertation on history of Illinois Industrial University, tape-recorded interview, clippings, publications, programs, course papers, and other materials, relating to Turner's career at University of Illinois and professional activities as editor of Phi Eta Sigma Forum and Interfraternity Research and Advisory Council Bulletin, member of the Supreme Council and president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, editor and president of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and executive committee member and president of National Interfraternity Conference; University of Illinois dean Thomas A. Clark; fraternities; student services at other universities; and other topics. Organizations and institutions represented include Central Intelligence Agency, National Student Association, and University of Illinois Alumni Association and Annuitants Association.
Assistant dean, dean of men, dean of students, and chairman of University Centennial Committee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (earlier name: University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus)).
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