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HISTORY OF BARUCH, 1847-2000
Public Exhibit
TABLE OF CONTENTS*

by Prof. Sandra Roff
Archivist, Baruch College

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"" 1. BEGINNINGS: FROM FREE ACADEMY TO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, 1847-1930 ""
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"" 2. THE THIRTIES AND FORTIES: GROWTH AND CONFLICT ""
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BERNARD M. BARUCH
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"" 3. WAR AND POSTWAR:
"DOWNTOWN CITY," 1940-1955
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"" 4. TROUBLED YEARS FOR THE BARUCH SCHOOL, 1955-1962 ""
Emanuel Saxe
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"" 5. A COLLEGE IS BORN,
1962-1968
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"" 6. FIRST YEARS AND A SHORT TERM PRESIDENT, 1968-1970 ""
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"" 7. CLYDE WINGFIELD ARRIVES, 1971-1976 ""
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"" 8. THE SECOND DECADE:
CINDERELLA YEARS
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"" 9. THE SEGALL TEAM IN HIGH GEAR, 1977-1987 ""
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"" BARUCH COLLEGE HISTORY UPDATE, 1988-2000 ""
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*section titles are drawn from chapters in Berrol, Selma Cantor. Getting Down to Business: Baruch College in the City of New York, 1847-1987. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1989.

 

   
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