The Dag Hammarskjold College Archives contain subject files, information about the college's founder Robert L. McCan, board minutes, administrative documents, correspondence, chronological files, and other materials.
The Dag Hammarskjold College Archives are preserved 14 archival boxes and amount to 21 linear feet.
[See: Henderson, Robert. "Dag Hammarskjold College: An Experiment in International Education, 1967-1974." Senior Thesis: Georgetown University History Department, 2002].
Dag Hammarskjold College Roster (1971) and Donor Information: Box 15 - Restricted.
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The Dag Hammarskjold College Archives represent the records of Dag Hammarskjold College, an educational institution in Columbia, Maryland, which operated from 1972 to 1974. The college focused on polycultural education, and it was also known for interdisciplinary studies and experience-oriented learning. The college was named for Dag Hammarskjold, a Swedish politician and economist who was the second secretary-general of the United Nations from 1953 to 1961.
22 Linear Feet (15 boxes)
Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository