Addresses and Publications, 1893, 1904, 1910-1943
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Brief Description:

Published reprints and separates containing addresses, remarks and articles by David Kinley on Germany, peace settlements, state revenues, religious education, university cooperation, relation of state and nation, Americanism, citizenship, American ideals, small colleges, alumni support, curricula, President Edmund J. James, educational aims, scholarship, fine arts, Scottish-Americans, banking system, monetary standard, South American trade, entrance requirements of colleges of commerce, and George Washington and the relation of the church to social reform.

The series includes: Money A Study of the Theory of the Medium of Exchange (Macmillan, New York, 1904, 415 pp.), The Independent Treasury of the United States and its Relations to the Banks of the Country (G.P.O., Washington, 1910, 370 pp.), Preliminary Economic Studies of the War (Carnegie Endowment - Oxford, New York, 1918-19, 7 numbers) and Government Control of Economic Life and Other Addresses (Gregg, Chicago, 1936, 418 pp.).

A bibliography of Kinley's writings (1891-1937) is in Box 1. 12 pp.

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Record Series Number: 2/6/802
Created by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Office of the University President
Volume: 0.6 cubic feet
Acquired: 9/63 & 5/66
Arrangement: Chronological
Biographical Note for University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Office of the University President :

The President is the principal administrative officer of the University and a member of the faculty of each college, school, institute and division.1 The original charter designated the chief executive officer of the university as regent but this title was changed to President in 1894.2 The President is elected by the Board of Trustees and is responsible to them for the operation of the university.3 The President prepares budgets for presentation to the board, recommends persons to the Board for appointment to University positions, and is responsible for the enforcement of the rules and regulations of the University.4 On recommendation of the appropriate Senate and by authority of the Trustees, the President issues diplomas conferring degrees.5

This unit covers:

2/0 Reports of the President

2/1 John M. Gregory, April 1, 1867 - June 9, 1880 (Effective September 1,1880)

2/2 Selim H. Peabody, July 27, 1880 (Pro tempore) March 9, 1881 - June 10, 1891 (Effective September 1, 1891)

2/3 Thomas J. Burrill, August 7, 1891 - 1894 (Acting) April 1, 1904 - August 26, 1904 (Acting)

2/4 Andrew S. Draper, April 13, 1894 (Took office August 1, 1894) - April 1, 1904

2/5 Edmund J. James, August 26, 1904 - March 3, 1920 (Effective September 1, 1920)

2/6 David Kinley, September 1, 1920 - July 1, 1930

2/7 Harry W. Chase, July 5, 1930 - January 25, 1933 (Effective July 10, 1933)

2/8 Arthur H. Daniels, July 11, 1933 - June 30, 1934 (Acting)

2/9 Arthur C. Willard, July 1, 1934 - June 30, 1946

2/10 George D. Stoddard, July 1, 1946 - August 31, 1953

2/11 Lloyd Morey, September 1, 1953 (Acting) February 1, 1954 - August 31, 1955

2/12 David D. Henry, September 1, 1955 - August 31, 1971

2/13 John E. Corbally, Jr., September 1, 1971 - August 31, 1979

2/14 Stanley O. Ikenberry, September 1, 1979 ?

1. University of Illinois Statutes, July 18, 1979, Section 2, p. 3.

2. Board of Trustees Transactions, 17th Report, August 1, 1894, p. 269.

3. University of Illinois Statutes, July 18, 1979, Section 2, p. 3.

4. Ibid.

5. Ibid., p. 3-4

Subject Index
Afghanistan - Education
Americanism
Banking
Federal Control
Monetary Theory
Presidents, University
World War I - Costs and Finances
Languages of Materials
English [eng]