Institute of Politics (Williamstown) Collected Records
Collection consists of printed materials: Reports of the Round Tables nos. 6-10 (1926-1930) and information related to them and the Institute in general: correspondence, pamphlets, publicity materials and newspaper clippings.
- Majority of material found within 1922-1931
Language of Material
Materials are in English.
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research without restrictions.
Biographical / Historical
Institute of Politics; also called the Williamstown Institute of Politics; first envisioned in 1913 by the president of Williams College, Dr. Harry A. Garfield, who planned to assemble each summer a group of scholars of international reputation to deliver courses of lectures, to be held at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts; the summer school was not begun until after World War I, in 1919, when the purpose of the Institute was redefined, to be a forum where world problems would be discussed, and to reach an audience far larger and wider than originally envisioned.
0.83 Linear Feet (10 linear inches.)
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