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The History of Wake Forest University II: The Scales Years (1967-1983)

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Winston-Salem, NC (spatial)
Wilson, Ed
2016-01-05T20:14:25Z (accessioned)
2016-01-05T20:14:25Z (available)
2015-04-08 (created)
2016-01-05 (issued)
RG53.1, History of Wake Forest University Oral Histories, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. (citation)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/57418 (uri)
Lecture delivered by Provost Emeritus Ed Wilson. The years of the Scales presidency (1967-1983) will be remembered most for the creation of the Fine Arts Center and the new emphasis placed in the College curriculum on art, music, and theatre; for the purchase of our first overseas houses in Venice and London; for the founding of the Babcock School; for the gradual changes in our relationship with the State Baptist Convention; and for the sensitive way in which the University responded to issues raised by the war in Vietnam and the civil rights movement.
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Scales, James R. (James Ralph), 1919-
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The History of Wake Forest University II: The Scales Years (1967-1983)

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