The San José State College Presidential Office Administrative Records (1899-1970 [bulk 1950-1970]) document the general administrative functions of the Office of the President. The records consist of budget reports, committee files, photographs, and correspondence. Also included are materials pertaining to several controversial events on campus, such as the 1957 athletics controversy, the St. John Dixon admittance case, and records of discrimination involving Greek societies, housing facilities, and hiring practices at San José State College. This collection is arranged into two series: Series I. General Files, 1899-1970 (bulk 1950-1970); and Series II. Statistical Reports, 1915-1935.
San José State College Presidential Office Administrative Records, MSS-2009-04-01, San José State University Library Special Collections and Archives.