Correspondence, with some reports, minutes, and pamphlets, relating to the activities of the University Services Office. Subjects
include the Army Specialized Training Program, California Professional Survey for the War Manpower Commission, Food Research
Institute project on food in Germany, tropical disease survey in Guatemala, foreign relief and rehabilitation research, and
the development of Stanford scientific research facilities, particularly the Ryan High Voltage Laboratory. The collection
also includes other papers relating to Dr. Hanna's work at Stanford and with various national committees; correspondents include
Ray Lyman Wilbur and Donald B. Tresidder.
The University Services office of Stanford University (1942-1954) was established to carry out a program of service on a contractual
basis, focusing on the region, the nation, international studies, and business and industry. Paul R. Hanna, professor in the
School of Education, was its first director, serving from 1942-1944.
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