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Vivian H. Hewer papers

Identifier: ua00461

Scope and Content

The collection contains correspondence, materials relating to the North Central Association of College and Secondary Schools (1965-1972), class materials, tests and papers, personal papers and manuscripts.


  • 1952-1973


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Use of Materials

Items in this collection do not circulate and may be used in-house only.


Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provision of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code). Requests to publish should be arranged with the University of Minnesota Archives.

Biographical Sketch of Vivian H. Hewer (1908-1999)

Vivian Humphrey Hewer was born on May 31, 1908 in Deerwood, Minnesota. She earned her B.S. in 1929, her M.S. in 1941 and her Ph.D. in 1954, all awarded by the University of Minnesota. Dr. Hewer joined the staff at the University of Minnesota in 1947 as an instructor and student personnel worker in the Student Counseling Bureau (now University Counseling and Consulting Services). She was promoted to assistant professor of psychology in 1954, associate professor in 1959 and professor in 1963. Her area of research was in vocational aptitudes and she consulted for the North Central Association of College and Secondary Schools, the Veterans Administration and the American Personnel and Guidance Association. Dr. Hewer retired from the University of Minnesota in 1973. Vivian Hewer died on May 10, 1999.


3 Cubic Feet (2 boxes)


Collection contains the papers of Vivian Hewer, professor of psychology and faculty member of the Student Counseling Bureau at the University of Minnesota.

Source of acquisition

The collection was deposited in University Archives on October 17, 1973.

Vivian H. Hewer papers
Karen Spilman
May 2005
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Revision Statements

  • August 2019: Contents list added

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