Hollis Godfrey papers, 1920-1936

Godfrey, Hollis


0.54 cubic ft.
The collection contains correspondence, including a series of letters between Godfrey and the poet Vachel Lindsay; Dr. Godfrey's publications, manuscripts, and speeches; administrative records from the Engineering Economics Foundation; and publications collected by Dr. Godfrey, including pamphlets and periodicals dealing with economics, national security, and the Jewish "threat."..
Hollis Godfrey served as president of the Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry from 1913 to 1921. He was educated as an engineer at Tufts, Harvard, and MIT, and he later taught at MIT and served as an administrator at the School of Practical Arts in Boston. He was interested in scientific management, management in education, and the role of engineering education in national defense. Dr. Godfrey left Drexel in 1921 to establish and direct the Council for Management Education. He later became president of the Engineering-Economics Foundation.
The collection is open for research use.
Hollis Godfrey Papers, Drexel University Archives.
Consult University Archivist regarding copyright restrictions.
Hollis Godfrey administration records, Drexel University Archives.
Inventory and container list available: consult University Archivist.

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