Bucknell University, Administrative Services Records
Scope and Contents
The records of Administrative Services are arranged alphabetically by folder title and range from 1970 to 2010. The records include correspondence, Notes and Notices, work orders and reports of mail processed. Notes and Notices, published from 1970-2008, consolidated announcements and notices intended for the campus community into one publication. Notes and Notices were published several times weekly and contained a variety of information, such as event announcements, campus business announcements, course announcements, parking notices, position vacancies and hires, and classifieds.
- Bucknell University. Administrative Services (Organization)
Materials are in English.
The collection is open for research use.
The materials in this collection may be protected under copyright law and may only be used for educational, teaching, and research purposes. If the intended use is beyond these purposes, it is the responsibility of the user to obtain the appropriate permissions by contacting Special Collections/University Archives at the Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.
Bucknell’s Duplicating Services was renamed Administrative Services in 1970 and the department managed publication and printing projects for University clients. Services included graphics and publication design, printing, duplicating, copying and mailing services for the campus community. In addition, the department oversaw a full service post office that handled stamps, express mail and package shipping service. In 2010, Administrative Services was renamed Publications, Print and Mail.
4.0 Linear Feet ((10) 5 inch document boxes; (1) oversize folder)
Records are arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically within the folders.
Photographs may be housed with the Special Collections/University Archives Photograph Collection. Additional records can be found in the oversize records.
- Bucknell University, Administrative Services Records
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