Winthrop Presidential No Confidence Controversy Papers - Accession 1345
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3000 pieces, 1.50 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
The Winthrop Presidential No Confidence Controversy Papers relate to the Vote of No Confidence by Winthrop faculty of Winthrop President, Dr. Anthony DiGiorgio and the papers consists of correspondence, editions of the Johnsonian, photocopied newspaper articles from The Herald and the York Observer, Winthrop University budget information, salary information, incoming Freshmen SAT scores along with average of other local colleges in South Carolina, Tenure information, newspaper articles on art student censorship scandal and the DiGiorgio presidency, correspondence between Winthrop staff and Herbert Kirsh pertaining to DiGiorgio, and various records pertaining to the No Confidence controversy that occurred under President DiGiorgio’s term.
The Winthrop presidential No Confidence Controversy Papers were deposited with the Winthrop Archives by Robert Gorman, Reference Librarian at Dacus Library on October 1, 2008 and by William Blough, Winthrop Professor of Political Science on February 13, 2012.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Winthrop Presidential No Confidence Controversy Papers - Accession 1345". Finding Aid 784.