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The records of the Johns Hopkins University Library document different aspects of the Library's functions from 1874, when the Trustees of the University began to purchase books, through 1997.
The university-wide General Assembly, an advisory body of faculty members which gave recommendations to the Academic Council at Johns Hopkins University, influenced some of the divisional schools to create their own internal General Assembly. These records include the typed meeting minutes, from 1963 to 1965, of the General Assembly of the School of Engineering.
Abraham Lincoln Gordon (1913–2009) was the 9th President of the Johns Hopkins University (1967–1971) and a United States Ambassador to Brazil (1961–1966). Collection consists of biographical material, speeches (1967-1971), and clippings describing Lincoln Gordon's appointment as president of The Johns Hopkins University.
Collection consists of notes of Louis J. Clark, a student at Johns Hopkins University, taken while he was in a course taught by Woodrow Wilson in January 1893.
Grant proposals and reports, 1974-1982, created by the Intellectually Gifted Child Study Group (IGCSG), a program directed by Lynn Fox, Professor in the Johns Hopkins University Evening College.
Collection consists of five letters of Johns Hopkins University professor Maurice Bloomfield.
The Office of Student Advising at Johns Hopkins University offers academic support for undergraduates at the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences on the Homewood Campus. The records consist of student advising files from approximately 1995 to 2013. More recent records are transferred as graduating classes depart. These records may be subject to access restrictions.
The Johns Hopkins University Benefits office manages the employment benefits at Johns Hopkins University. The collection consists of benefit information spanning 1969 to 2004, including records of reimbursement accounts, retirement accounts, COBRA medical plans, flex forms, and other employee-related benefits material.
The records of the Johns Hopkins Office of Financial Aid are very limited. The record group consists of two master copies of the 1966-1967 Johns Hopkins University Application for Fellowships filed as required by the National Defense Education Act.