• Creator
  • Newman, Edwin B.
  • Created Date
  • 1949
  • Description
  • In this letter Edwin B. Newman, Chairman of the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, writes to Dr. Raymond B. Allen, President of the University of Washington, concerning Professor Ralph Gundlach. Newman writes “I may say at once that I felt that your statement was eminently fair and after reading the account of the conclusion of these proceedings in the New York Herald Tribune I personally was inclined to feel that the matter was c... more
    In this letter Edwin B. Newman, Chairman of the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, writes to Dr. Raymond B. Allen, President of the University of Washington, concerning Professor Ralph Gundlach. Newman writes “I may say at once that I felt that your statement was eminently fair and after reading the account of the conclusion of these proceedings in the New York Herald Tribune I personally was inclined to feel that the matter was closed.” Newman continues with “Frankly, I find a number of suggestions in this brief of impropriety and lack of professional integrity on the part of other members of the University of Washington staff that leave me much disturbed. I wonder whether there will be an opportunity for fellow members of Professor Gundlach’s profession to examine the evidence on which the faculty committee made its recommendation and, with you support, the Board of Regents acted.” Newman concludes by stating “I should assume that the situation at the University of... less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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