UA 2-1-2 Pound Papers: Board of Regents Correspondence, Sep.-Dec. 1933
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2 1 Pound Papers: Board of Regents Correspondence, Sep.-Dec. 1933 2 Jere Madison Pound, and primarily Erle Cocke, Secretary-Treasurer of BOR; also Hughes Spalding, Chairman of BOR; and J.R. Dusenbury, financial officer for GSWC. Continuation of financial issues with College, includes enrollment statistics for 1933-34. Pound writes Cocke trying to get the state to pave the College roads (which are always in bad shape, wet or dry). More correspondence on the suppies for the chemistry department; they finally arrive. Pound has an operation in late November, and during this time, Cocke corresponds with J.R. Dusenbury. Toward the end of the year, Pound notes that Cocke is leaving the Board of Regents, and what a pleasure he's been to work with. Jere Madison Pound, Erle Cocke, Hughes Spalding, Robert & Company VSU History, Newspaper Clippings File, Bulletins, Faculty Minutes, Pine Branch, Campus Glimpses, Pine Cone, Campus Canopy, Richard Holmes Powell, Frank Robertson Reade Sept.-Dec. 1933