Jerome A. Moore papers, 1882-1974 (inclusive), 1952-1973 (bulk).
Collection Scope and Content Summary
The majority of the papers are research materials compiled by Moore for his writing of Texas Christian University: a hundred years of history (1974). The documents include partial histories of TCU's offices, schools and departments; interviews with faculty, staff, and alumni; biographies of distinguished community members; official and personal correspondence; advertising materials; news clippings; data cards; and the original manuscript of TCU: a hundred years of history.
Accession 2005-M-004 pertains to Moore's activities as Dean of Add Ran College of Arts and Sciences and professor of Spanish at Texas Woman's University. The papers include correspondence and class materials, as well as documents related to TWU's summer school in Saltillo, Mexico.
- Moore, Jerome (Jerome Aaron) (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
In 1943, Moore resigned from TWU to become the first dean of Add Ran College at TCU. Among his many assignments and chairmanships, he served as Chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages, secretary of the TCU Board of Trustees, and member of the Administrative Committee. In addition, he organized the undergraduate Department of Religion. Moore was appointed Dean of the University in 1970. He retired in 1972 and was given the title dean emeritus. He wrote a history of TCU, entitled Texas Christian University: a hundred years of history, published in 1974. Jerome A. Moore died on August 31, 1986. (Source: Hammond, John. Jerome A. Moore: A Man of TCU. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1974.)
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- Compiled by Special Collections staff
- February 2007
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