Publication Date

January 1996


As the academic year of 1945-46 approached, the intensity of activity in preparation for actually opening the school in the fall term became overwhelming. Incredible though it may seem, Ives and Day were able in a period of a few weeks to assemble the nucleus of a faculty, several of whom formed a continuing source of counsel and advice both during the school’s formative years and thereafter. Includes: The First Dean and the School’s Dedication; A Participant’s View of the Early Years; Ives Moves On; Several Views of Martin P. Catherwood; The Founders.


Suggested Citation
Gruenfeld Goldberg, E. (Ed). McKersie, R., Miller, J. Gormly, Aronson, R., & Julian, R. (Compilers). (1986). The ILR School at Fifty: Voices of the Faculty, Alumni & Friends (pp. 17-39). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.