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This collection contains the personal papers of Gordon A. Haaland, produced and acquired during his many years as a college professor and as an administrator at the University of New Hampshire, at the University of Maine at Orono, and at Gettysburg College. What is striking about the material is how Haaland remained true to his academic background in social psychology, remaining current in the field and applying the theories of that discipline to the tasks and challenges that he faced as a college administrator and educational leader. The collection is organized into four series: Series I: Pre-Gettysburg College; Series II: Gettysburg College; Series III: A President’s Library; and Series IV: Personal and Family
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Gordon Haaland, Gettysburg College, University of New Hampshire, College Administration, Psychology
Educational Administration and Supervision | Higher Education Administration | History | Psychiatry and Psychology | Public History
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Couchman, G. Ronald. "MS – 229: Gordon Haaland Personal Papers" (June 2018). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collections and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.