Business Affairs. New York Loft and App House Records
Identifier: UA 5098
Scope and Contents
The records of Business Affairs: New York Loft and App House contain correspondence and financial files, dating 1981-1993. Most of the correspondence appears to be administrative in nature, though one file pertains to the 1993 “Save the New York Loft” campaign. Financial statements pertain to both the Loft and the App House, and date 1987-1989.
Appalachian State University operated two facilities for students to use in New York City and Washington, D.C. – the Loft and The App House, respectively. As of 2011, the Loft is still in operation, though the App House ceased operation in 2003. ASU had leased property in New York between 1974 and 1997, and, in December 1997, purchased a property at 117 East 24th Street in Manhattan. Between 1974 and 2003, the App House was a leased property located near the Library of Congress in Washington. Both locales offered space and low rate lodging for Appalachian students, faculty and staff attending conferences, academic meetings, fulfilling internship requirements or conducting research in the New York and Washington areas.
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Appalachian State University has operated the New York Loft since 1974, and operated the App House (in Washington, D.C.) from 1974-2003; both serve(d) as lodging facilities primarily for ASU students, faculty and staff. The records of Business Affairs: New York Loft and App House contain correspondence and financial files, dating 1981-1993.
- Appalachian Loft Subject Source: Local sources
- Appalachian State University. Appalachian Loft (New York City)
- Appalachian State University. Office of Business Affairs
- Buildings Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Students. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Grant Maher
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