Brigham Young University studies and surveys
Brigham Young University studies and surveys
Contains many preliminary studies, surveys, and case studies Harlow did for Brigham Young University, including studies for the Health Center, the sports arena, Indian education, Mail Services, and the University Press.
- Extent: 3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
- Creator: Harlow, LeRoy F.
- Call Number: UA 578
- Repository: L. Tom Perry Special Collections; University Archives; 1130 Harold B. Lee Library; Brigham Young University; Provo, Utah 84602; http://sc.lib.byu.edu/
- Access Restrictions: Open for public research.
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- Initial citation: UA 578; Brigham Young University studies and surveys; University Archives collecting; L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University. Following citations: UA 578, LTPSC.
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- Reports; Surveys
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- Departmental records (University Archives collecting policy, July 2003).
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- Biographical Info:
LeRoy F. Harlow (1913-1995) was a professor and consultant in Utah.
LeRoy Francis Harlow was born on October 20, 1913 in Seattle, Washington to Milton N. and Ruby Robinson Harlow. He attended Iwao State University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering in 1938. On June 28, 1939 he married Agda Sophie Gronbech in Jewell, Iowa. He returned to school, earning a master's degree in public administration in 1943 from the University of Minnesota.
Harlow was a management and finance consultant, working for Booz, Allen and Hamilton Inc. management consultants as well as private consulting. He also worked as a city manager in five cities, and participated as director of various government and tax studies. In 1967 he joined the faculty of Brigham Young University in a dual appointment, teaching in Department of Political Science and serving as a management consultant to the university administration. He later moved to the Marriott School of Management where he retired as professor emeritus of organization and management. Harlow died on May 4, 1995 in Provo, Utah.
Brigham Young University (est. 1903) is a university sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Provo, Utah.
Brigham Young University was established in 1903 in a renaming of Brigham Young Academy. Past and present Brigham Young University presidents include George H. Brimhall (1903-1921), Franklin S. Harris (1921-1945), Howard S. McDonald (1945-1949), (acting president) Christian Jensen (1949-1951), Ernest L. Wilkinson (1951-1971), Dallin H. Oaks (1971-1980), Jeffrey R. Holland (1980-1989), Rex E. Lee (1989-1995), Merrill J. Bateman (1996-2003), and Cecil O. Samuelson (2003- ).
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