Texas Christian University -- Administration
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Appointment calendars, correspondence, office files, newspaper clippings, printed material, notes, audiovisual material, and scrapbooks document the life and career of Bob Bolen, Fort Worth businessman, mayor, and advisor to the TCU Chancellor, from 1991 through 2014. The bulk of the papers document his activity as senior advisor at TCU.
The records include general correspondence and administrative documents related to personnel and other managerial functions of the offices of vice president, executive vice president, and president.
The records consist of correspondence, subject files, and drafts of speeches documenting James M. Moudy's administrative career at Texas Christian University. Most of the materials document his time as chancellor (1965-1979), though some, in particular the materials in the 2010 accession, document Moudy's work in other administrative positions at TCU.
The records document M. E. Sadler’s life and career. The records include Dr. Sadler’s writings, sermons, and speeches, as well as business correspondence and a limited amount of biographical information.
Michael Ferrari served as Chancellor of TCU from 1998- 2003. The records consist of speeches he delivered between 2001 and 2003.
Appraisals, conservation reports, inventory lists, correspondence, insurance information, lender agreements, and reports from the TCU Art Committee document the development and administration of the permanent art collection at TCU from 1972-2011.
The records document William E. Tucker's time as chancellor of Texas Christian University. The records include correspondence and audiovisual material.
The scrapbooks are arranged chronologically. The description column notes the general subject content of each scrapbook. Folder numbers have been assigned to each scrapbook to aid in identification.Items include news clips, letters, programs, photos, and invitations.