Guide to the Edward H. Hobbs Papers, RG 121
Listed by: Dieter C. Ullrich
Date: October 2003
0.25 cubic feet; 7 items.
Number of Boxes:
1 letter document box.
Historical or Biographical Sketch:
Edward H. Hobbs was the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and later the School of Arts and Sciences at Auburn University from 1967 until his retirement on September 30, 1986. He also served as a professor of Political Science during the same time period. Dr. Hobbs held degrees from the University of North Carolina (B.A.), the University of Alabama (M.A.) and Harvard University (Ph.D.).
Scope and Content:
Consists of oral history audio tapes and transcript concerning the growth in faculty and curriculum in arts and sciences, the evolution of individual departments, the relationship between faculty members and department heads, the operation of the dean's office, and liberal arts students.
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