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Contains letters, most written to presidents Austin Scott and William H. S. Demarest of Rutgers University. Contents are as follows: 11 handwritten letters, 2 reply cards, 1 wedding invitation, 1 card and 19 typewitten letters. The letters deal primarily with university affairs, including the purchase of microscopes, Myers' resignation of his post, donations made to the unversity, and his support of the ceramics proram.
Personal letter aplogizing for quittng his post on such short notice
In Regards to a "Ceramics Bill" that would grant more funding to Rutgers
Ceramics Bill, text similar to Item 6
In regards to Ceramics Bill (Note: Establishment of ceramics program with a grant from the legislature of the State of New Jersey marks the first direct expenditure of money by the state on the University)
In regards to ceramics bill, expresses concern about harming the bill by the proposed delay
Names Myers as candidate for Alumni Trustee, notes the Ceramics Bill as one of his accomplishments
A donation of fertilizer materials to the school.