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Subgroup I. Textual Records

Series 1. Administrative Files

    Subseries 1. Annual Reports
Box 1

Administrative Files

    Annual Reports, 1934-71 (7f)
    Subseries 2. Administrative Files (Jim Lubetkin)
Box 1

Administrative Files (Jim Lubetkin)
    Administrative Classifications, 1975-80
    Barron's Educational Services, 1974-82
    Barton & Gillett, 1979
    Bicentennial Committee, 1975
    Bicentennial (Oberlin Junior Women's Club), 1975
    Black Student Concerns, 1980
    Choir, (includes China, USSR, New York Tours), 1972-83 (4f)
    Cleveland Browns, 1975-81
    Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1983
    Community Relations (and Relations Committee), 1972-73 (2f)
    Dehne, George, 1981
    Fixx, Jim, 1980-81
    Fuller, Robert W., 1971-73
    Glamour magazine, 1981-82
    GLCA, 1975-80
    Harvith, John, 1979-80
    Husbeck, Marie, 1978
    Journalism Conference, 1974
    Journalism Course, 1971-72
    Journalists (Visits), 1982
    Kirsch, Peter, 1980
    McKinney, Montgomery, 1972-80
    Media, 1978-80
    Mason, Bayley, 1971-80
    Mayes, Doris, 1978
    Minority News, 1971-80
    Mundialization Committee (re: sister cities), 1973-80
    Music From Oberlin, 1977-83
    Oberlin Early Childhood Center, 1974-75
    Oberlin Image (Talk), 1978
    Oberlin Music Theater, 1973-74
    Oberlin-Town, 1972-79
    Oberlin Tennis Camp, 1975-77
    Payne, Hal, 1980
    Personal Letters, 1971-78
    Photographic, 1973
    Policy, 1968-75
    Powell, James (Acting President), 1981
    Presidential Search, 1982
    Public Relations, 1971-80 (2f)
    Public Relations Retreat, 1980
    Public Relations Society of America, 1981
    Recruitment Strategies, 1981-83
    Seal, of Oberlin College, 1972
    Sesquicentennial Committee, 1979-82
    Sewall, Gil (Newsweek), 1980
    Smith, Tommie, 1977
    Space Utilization, 1973
    Sports Information Director, 1973-74
    Tear, Phil, 1971-72
    Tobias, Edward, 1971-72
    Trustees, 1971-81
    Unions and Unionization, 1974-75
    United States Information Agency (USIA), 1971-72, 1975 (2f)
    Visitors to Campus, 1977-78
    Western Reserve Tourist Council, 1978-83
    Wharton Proposal (University of Pennsylvania), 1982
    Women, 1971-80
    Subseries 3. Office of the Ombudsperson
Oberlin College Campus Dialogue Center, 2001 [2001/100]
    Series 2. Correspondence
Box 1

Correspondence
    Correspondence (Chronological), 1969-70, 1984-88 (13f)
    Correspondence (Personal), 1964, 1968-69
    Correspondence (Recommendations), 1952-57, 1968-69 (2f)
Series 3. General File
Box 1

General File
    General File A-W, 1952-70 (23f)
Series 4. Name Files
Box 1

Name Files
    Artz, Frederick B., 1964-83
    Aszling, Richard, 1958-64
    Bonnhofer, Frau Emmi, 1950-55
    Burger, Florence, 1964-66
    Cooper, Martha Kinney, 1952, n.d.
    Frost, Robert, 1953
    Hall, Charles Martin, 1936-63
    Hatlo, Jimmy, 1961
    Kennedy, Margaret, 1957-59
    King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1957
    Koo, Dr. T.Z., 1945
    Koss, Pete, 1957
    Lawoyin, Victor, 1958
    Miller, R.T., Jr., 1956-60
    Nicholoff, Assen, 1956
    Rainbow Family, 1985
    Raphael, Mrs. Alice, 1949
    Rice, Louis M., 1960
    Ridley, Lisa Nicole, 1982-84
    Roberts, Mrs. George Bassett, 1954-56
    Robeson, Paul, 1949
    Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1945
    Rowland, Louis (composer of Alma Mater), 1983
Subgroup I. Textual Records (cont.)

Series 4. Name Files (cont.)

    Seals, Robert H., 1957-58
    Scherman, William, 1958
    Schweitzer, Albert, 1955-62
    Segal, Eugene, 1952-61
    Shaw, Robert, 1963
    Snyder, Eldridge, 1953-57
    Stevenson, Adlai, 1954-56
    Suzuki, Shinichi, 1964-84
    Swift, Dr. and Mrs. Bruce, 1951-53
    Taft, Mrs. Pauline Dakin, 1947-54
    Tutu, Bishop Desmond, 1986-87
    Williams, Frank, 1982
    Wilson, Woodrow (Leaders of Men), 1946-56
    Wright, Katherine Haskell, 1953-54
    Wriston, Dr. Henry M., 1955
    Yamasaki, Minoru, 1963-67
    Young, Mrs. W.A., 1963-69
Series 5. Subject Files
Box 1

Subject Files
    Administrative Units
      Admissions, 1954-80 (3f)
      Allen Memorial Hospital, 1953-63
      Buildings and Grounds, 1952-64
      Business Manager, 1954, 1963-64 (2f)
      Deans
        Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, 1964-71
        Dean of Conservatory of Music, 1964-69
        Dean of Men, 1964-68
        Dean of Students, 1964-71
      Development Office, 1953-69 (2f)
Box 2
      Educational Services, 1971-73
      Graphic Services, 1964-72
      Health Service, 1954-64
      Institutional Research, Office of, 1972-73
      Personnel Office, 1963-75
      Photographic Department, 1953-69 (2f)
      Placement and Graduate Counseling, 1963-81
      President, Office of the, 1959-64
      Secretary, Office of the, 1967-71
      Speaker's Bureau, 1949-64
      Stenographic Services, 1951
      Treasurer, Office of the, 1969-74
      Visitors Information Service, 1957-61
Box 3
    Academic Freedom, 1952-53
    Academic Pressure, 1960
    Ad Hoc Courses, 1968-69
    Administrative Council, 1958-59
    Advanced Placement Program, 1956-61
    Advertising, 1952-60
    Affirmative Action, 1975-82
    Air Force ROTC, 1951-56
    ALCOA, 1952-63
    Alma Mater, 1960
    Alumni of Distinction, 1954-88
    Alumni Occupational Survey, 1977-82
    Alumni Publications Committee, 1955-59
    Alumni in Public Relations and Media, 1953, 1981-82 (2f)
Box 4
    American Alumni Council, 1952-57
    American Association of University Women, 1956-61
    American College Public Relations Association, 1957-64 (2f)
    American Education Week, 1955-56
    American Men of Science, 1953-57
    American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1956
    Architectural Forum, 1958
    Architectural Styles of Oberlin College, 1931-61
    Art Dedication, 1976-77
    Art Exhibitions, 1941-59
    Art, Friends of, 1956-64
    Art, Lending Library, 1954-64
    Artists Commissioning Fund (Oberlin), 1973-74
    Artist Recitals, 1955-60, 1963-64 (2f)
Box 5
    Assemblies and Chapels, 1956-81 (8f)
Box 6
    Athletics - Ohio Conference, 1953-61
    Athletics and Physical Education (General), 1941-60
    Atomic Energy Commission, 1945-46
    Audio Visual Aids, 1954-62
    Auditions (WLW and Cincinnati Summer Opera), 1953-54
    Audubon Screen Tours, 1955-61
    Austin Productions, 1948
    Autumn Festival, 1952-53
Box 7
    Bach Bicentennial, 1950
    Background for Travel, 1954
    Baker Bill (Faculty Objections to), 1947
    Band, Citation by Music War Council of America, 1944
    Band, (College and Conservatory), 1952-64, 1968-71 (4f)
    Band Festival (Ohio Intercollegiate), 1944-54
    Bartleby, Fall 1964
    Beanies, 1960-61
    Beautiful Ohio, 1960
    Beer, 1964-68
    Bicycles, 1952-64
    Bookbinding, 1968-69
    Boy Scouts of America, 1954-60
    Brass Choir, 1955-59
    Bridge Tournament, 1957-60
    Burrelle's Clipping Bureau, 1949-64
    Burton, Theodore, Biography (by F. Crissey), 1956-58
Box 8
    Budgetary/Fiscal Records
      Budget, 1951-60
      Computing Center Budget, 1967-70
      Photo Department Bills, 1969-70
      Departmental Expense and Budget Report, 1966-70
      Petty Cash Book, 1954-67
Box 9
    Buildings & Grounds
      Buildings, General, 1954-64
      Arboretum, 1938-53
      Art Building, 1938-61
      Art Museum, 1932-64
      Barrows House (Old), 1954-63
      Carnegie Library, 1936-64
      Chance Creek, 1950-51
      College Lodge, 1956
      Conservatory (Warner Concert Hall Dedication), 1953
      Conservatory Buildings and Dedication, 1961-66 (7f)
      First Church in Oberlin, 1942-62
Box 10
    Buildings & Grounds (cont.)
      Hall Auditorium (Dedication Ceremonies), 1952-56
      Heating Plant and Service Building, 1948-56
      Hales Gymnasium, 1937-57
      Jones Field House, 1948-54
      Kettering Science Bldg. (Science Library Dedication), 1961
      Kettering Hall of Science, 1959-61 (3f)
      May Cottage, 1953
      Nichols Gateway, 1952-56
      Oberlin Inn, 1953-64
      Talcott Hall, 1936
      Skating Rink, 1962-64
      Wright Laboratory of Physics, 1941-49
Box 11
    Calendars, 1954-62
    Camera Club, 1953
    Car Rule, 1942-58
    Carpenters for Christmas, 1964-67
    Chapel Speech Service, 1941-68
    Christmas Party, 1956-58
    Cine Club, 1957-61
    Civil Defense, 1960-65
    Civic League Oratorical Contest, 1957-59
    Cleveland Concert Orchestra and Choir, 1956-57
    Climate Research, 1950-60
    Coeducation, 1937-64
    College Bowl, 1966-69
    College Quiz Bowl, 1950-60
    College Park Allotment, 1950
    Colleges, Criticism of, 1954-59
    Communism, 1961
    Community Relations, 1950-57
    Consolidated Relief Drive, 1944-64
    Cranks and Crank Letters, 1952-55
    Crisis, The, 1953-54
    Cross Burning, 1952
Box 12
    Commencement
      Commencement, 1953-63 (8f)
Box 13
      Commencement, 1964-79, 1981 (9f)
Box 14
    Conferences
      Conferences General, 1954-62, 1966-67 (3f)
      Career Conferences
        Men's Career Conferences, 1939-59
        Women's Career Conferences, 1939-60
        Joint Career Conferences, 1961-66
      Chapel Usage Conference, 1972-73
      Consultation of Church Union Conference, 1962-63
      Episcopal Young Churchmen Conference, 1958
      Intercollegiate Student Conference, 1942
      Leaders' Conference (Students and Administration), 1954-59
      Religious Conference, 1944-64
      Role of the Military in Developing Countries, 1965
Box 15
    Conservatory of Music
      Advertising
        Advertising General, 1967-71 (3f)
        Ayers, N.W., 1969
        American Music Teacher, 1965-70
        American String Teacher, 1967
        Aspen Music Festival, 1968-69
        Blossom Music Center, 1971-72
        Clavier, 1969-70
        Cleveland Orchestra Program Book, 1968-72
        Fine Arts, 1968-72
        Harp News, 1968-72
        Instrumentalist, 1968-71
        Metropolitan Opera, 1971-72
        Musical America, 1970-71
        Music Educators National Conference Journal, 1968-72
        Music Journal, 1968-71
        Opera News, 1967-70
        School Music News, 1969-70
        Teachers Performance Institute, 1970-71
        Triad, 1968-72
        WCLV, 1969-70
Box 16
    Conservatory of Music (cont.)
      Conservatory History
        Willard Walch Manuscript, 1967 (2f)

      Conservatory Centennial, 1967
      Conservatory Convocation, 1965-67
      Conservatory General and News Releases, 1949-82 (5f)
Box 17
    Conservatory of Music (cont.)
      Oberlin College Choir
        College Choir, 1952-64 (3f)
        College Choir (Russian Tour), 1963-64 (4f)
        College Choir (Spring Tour), 1965
Box 18
        College Choir, 1966-67 (3f)
Box 19
    Conservatory of Music (cont.)
      Oberlin College Orchestra, 1950-64 (3f)
Box 20
    Conservatory of Music (cont.)
      Oberlin in Salzburg, 1957-64 (8f)
Box 21
    Cosby, Bill, Fundraiser, 1986 [1995/121]
    Dedication Days, 1956
    Demonstrations, 1960, 1967-69 (2f)
    Departmental Notes, 1966-68
Box 22
    Departments (Academic)
      Art Department, 1960-64
      Biology Department, 1939-64
      Chemistry Department, 1957-64
      Communications Studies Department, 1968-72
      Education Department, 1953-75 (2f)
      English Department, 1957-64
      French Department, 1952-64
      Geology and Geography Department, 1961-64
      German Department, 1949-64
      Mathematics Department, 1949-64
      Music Education Department, 1955-64
      Physical Education (Women), 1931-64
      Physics Department, 1951-64
      Psychology Department, 1953-64
      Romance Languages and Literature Department, 1954-64
      Sociology and Anthropology Departments, 1961-64
      Spanish Department, 1958-62
      Speech Department, 1952-64
Box 23
    Ebony Magazine, 1949-52
    Education, 1952-62
    Educational Plans of Oberlin College (Committee), 1966-67
    Elections (Student Organizations), 1936
    Encyclopedias, 1953-61
    Everyman Associates, 1953-55
Box 24
    Faculty
      Appointments and Promotions, 1939-64 (4f)
      Housing Proposal, 1957
      Membership in Learned Societies, 1945
      Newsletter, 1958
      Research Status, 1961-64
      Salaries, 1952-62

    Fairchild Chair of Theology, 1960-62
    Features (General), 1944-45
    Features (Students), 1956
    Festival of Contemporary Music, 1954-64 (2f)
Box 25
    Films, 1953-55, 1957-61 (2f)
    Financial Reports, 1963-64
    First Poetry Trio, 1955-64
    Five College Conference, 1950
    Flying Club, 1954
    Folk Song Club, 1957-64
    Foreign Clippings, 1954-55
    Foreign Students, 1954-64
    Forensic Union, 1954-62
    Forum Board, 1957-64
    Founders Day, 1930, 1943, 1953
    Freshman Orientation, 1955-59
Box 26
    Gilbert and Sullivan, 1953-64
    Gilbert and Sullivan (Cape Cod Summer Theater), 1954-64
    Government of Oberlin College, 1944-56
    Gray Printing Company, 1957-66
Box 27
    Graduate School of Theology
      General, 1952-67 (3f)
      Schauffler School Merger, 1955-58
      Vanderbilt Divinity School Merger, 1965-66 (3f)
Box 28
    Harp Festival, 1955
    High School Day, 1936
    Hi-O-Hi, 1951-64
    Honor System, 1943-62
    Honorary Degrees, 1956-59, 1962 (2f)
    Honors Day, 1954-60
    Housing, 1954-64
    Hungarian Demonstration, 1956
    Hunger Strike, 1968
Box 29
    Illuminations, [1903-64], 1964
    Independent Study Program, 1955-63
    Indian Educators, 1956-57
    Inner City Protestant parish, 1959-62
    Insurance (Hospital), 1948-57
    Intellectual freedom, 1954-55
    Intercollegian, 1948-62
    Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA), 1951-58
    International Affairs Committee representative, 1954-64
    Interracial Relations, 1948-53
    Invasion Insight Series, 1944-45
    Jazz Club, 1954-64
    Jews and Judaism (John Harvith's Research Notes), 1989
    Judicial Hearings, 1969
    Junior Achievement, 1954-56
    Junior Counselors, 1949-55
    Karamu Theater, 1956-57
    Kent State Shooting (Reaction to), 1970 See also: Vietnam
    King, Henry C., Biography (by Donald Love), 1956-57
Box 30
    Ladies Literary Society-Aelioian, 1935-52
    Latin American Weekend, 1962
    Lectures
      Lectures General, 1944-64
      Lecture Lists, 1958-59
      Baldwin Lectures, 1955-64
      Haskell Lectures, 1943-64
      Heldt Lectures, 1950-64
      Humanities Lectures, 1954-65
      Jaszi Lectures, 1952-64
      Judaism Lectures, 1945-64
      Martin Lectures, 1952-64
      Mead-Swing Lectures, 1946-64
      Mullenbach Lectures, 1955-64
    Library Study, 1966
    Look Magazine, 1947-60
    Lorain County Fair, 1957
    Lorain Printing Company, 1953-54
Box 31
    Mademoiselle Magazine, 1953-58
    Magazine Articles, 1958-63
    Mahan Quilt, see: Quilt (Mahan)
    Marriage (Hartson Survey on Alumni Marriage Rate), 1940
    Marriage, Undergraduate, 1955-59
    Marts and Lundy, 1951-55
    Mathematical Competition, 1938-64
    Melville Festival, 1951-58
    Memorial Arch (Second), 1958
    Men's Board, 1954
    Men's Dinner, 1952-57
    Men's Glee Club, 1936-55
Box 32
    Mock Convention, 1944-68 (7f)
Box 33
    Mock Crucifixion, 1952-53
    Mock Senate (Peace Demonstration), 1939
    Modern Dance Club, 1948-63
    Mountaineering Club, 1953-54
    Movies, 1937-61
    Mummers, 1942-64
    Musical Union, 1937-63
Box 34
    NAACP, 1952-64
    National Defense Education Act, 1958-62 (3f)
    National Youth Service Act plan, 1944
    National Historic Landmark, Oberlin as A, 1965-66
    New Hungarian Quartet, 1972-77
    New York Central Railway (Oberlin Menu), 1948
    Newman Club, 1960-64
    Newspapers
      Cleveland News, 1952-59
      Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1949-61
      Cleveland Press, 1953-60
      Elyria Chronicle Telegram, 1955
      Lorain Journal, 1954-57
      New York Herald Tribune, 1947-60
      New York Times, 1946-61
      Providence Rhode Island Journal, 1956
    Nurses Training Classes, 1955
Box 35
    OACR (Oberlin Action for Civil Rights), 1964-66
    Oberlin-Alsace Friendship Fund, 1955
    Oberlin Association of Women Students, 1954-61
    Oberlin City
      Chamber of Commerce, 1953-64
      Community Relations, 1943-64

    Oberlin, Inquiries About, 1952-61
    Oberlin Dramatic Association (O.D.A.), 1947-64
    Oberlin, Kansas, 1969
    Oberlin Music Theater, 1963-72
    Oberlin Product, The, 1961 (2f)
    Oberlin Resistance, 1968-69
    Oberlin Review, 1937-64
    Oberlin Student Coalition Against Apartheid, 1989
Box 36
    Obituaries, 1948-63
    Ohio Association of Deans of Women, 1956
    Ohio News Bureau Company, 1958-64
    Ohio Story, 1952-58
    Opera Laboratory, 1950-58
    Orchard Kindergarten, 1955-58
    Organs [1915], 1938-61
    "Our Lady's Juggler," 1927-28, 1939
Box 37
    Pan-American Congress, 1941
    Parade Publications, 1952-57
    Parents, Information on, 1952-56
    Parents' Weekend, 1956-63
    Parshad Holding Corporation, 1952
    Peace Corps, 1961-66 (4f)
    Peace Institute, 1937
    Peace Society, 1930-33
Box 38
    Petrillo's Ban (Non-Union Broadcasts), 1942
    Phi Beta Kappa, 1938-62
    Pi Kappa Lambda, 1950-61
    Political Parties on Campus, 1962
    "Post-Collegiate Study of the Classes of 1926-36," 1938
    Pre-Medical Study, 1954-58
    Presidency, 1959
    Pro-Arte Orchestra of Oberlin, 1969-73
    Problems and Pranks, 1951, 1963
    Professorships (Named), 1949-64
    Prudential Committee, 1952-61
    Public Affairs Forum, 1938
    Public Schools (in Oberlin Area), 1949
    Publications Committee, 1955
    Publications of Oberlin College, 1959-64
    Publications (Students), 1954-67
    Quilt (Mahan), 1985-86
    Questionnaires (Informational), 1960-64
Box 39
    Radio
    General, 1941, 1953-64 (2f)
    Scripts and Releases, 1937-42
    Armed Forces Radio, 1960-61
    College Quiz Bowl, 1954-56
    Fenn College (Collegiate Party), 1948
    Junior Hawaii Program, 1950
    Music From Oberlin, 1966-71 (2f)
    Mutual Radio "Oberlin Young Radio Artists," 1949-50
    Pan-American Congress Broadcast, 1940-41
    Reports of Oberlin College Broadcasting, 1927-39
    "This I Believe" (W.E. Stevenson, 1955
    Voice of America, 1949-64, 1966 (2f)
    Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, 1956
Box 40
      "Oberlin on the Air," 1938-40 (14f)
Box 41
      Stations
        KYW, 1957-60
        WCLV, 1963-72 (2f)
        WEOL, 1948-54
        WGAR, 1951-55
        WLW, 1955
          "Builders of Destiny" (Hall and Aluminum), 1948

        WOBC, 1952-64
        WOR, 1939
        WOSU, 1950-55
        WTAM
          The Ohio Story, 1947-55
          Cavalcade of America (Hall and Aluminum), 1950
          Salute to Oberlin, 1955

        YNYC, 1953-54
Box 42
    Recitals
      Guest Recitals, 1953-64
      Willoughby Recital, 1968-70

    Records (College songs, concerts, etc.), 1950, 1957 (2f)
    Recreation, 1947
    Recreational Areas, 1957-58
    Recreational Leadership, 1956
    Rediscovery of the Underground Railroad, 1980-86
    Religious Activities, 1946-64
    Resident Concert Series, 1957-58
    Retirement, 1954-58
    Rochford (Paul) Record Collection, 1985
    Rolls Royce Auction, 1987
    Rooms, Assignment and Selection, 1951
    Royal Shakespeare Company, 1982-83
    Rules and Regulations (Saturday Night Calling Hours), 1963-64
    Russian Student Editors, 1955-57
    Russian Major, 1960
Box 43
    SABRE (Student Action for Black Relevance in Education), 1968
    Sailing Club, 1954
    Saturday Evening Post, 1954
    Schauffler College, 1954-60
    "Science in the Liberal Arts," 1985-86
    Selective Service Deferment Exams, 1953, 1961-62
    Self-Supporting Students at Oberlin College, 1931
    Shakespeare Quadricentennial Festival, 1963-64
    Shansi Memorial Association, 1950-64
    Shurtleff Statue, 1950-51
    Sigma Xi, 1953-64
    Signs, 1984-85
    Small Business Administration, 1956-57
    Smoking at Oberlin, 1931
    Social Rules, 1967-68
    Social Science Club, 1956
    Social Science Research Council, 1952-53
    South Africa, 1984-87
    Southeast Asian Trade Conference, 1983
    Steinway and Sons, 1964-67
Box 44
    Stewart Plan (Non-Resident Quarter), 1956-59
    String Quartet, 1959-64
    Student Congress, 1945, 1949, 1951
    Student Council, 1962-64
    Student Employment, 1954-55
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 1962-63
    Student Organizations and Activities, 1950-64
    Student Peace Union, 1961-63
    Student Protests, 1984-87 see also: Demonstrations
    Student Union, 1949-64
    Students Earnings, 1954
    Students for Democratic Action, 1950-59
    Students for a Democratic Society, 1966-67
    Summer Sessions and Programs
      General, 1959-64
      Summer Employment, 1957-64
      Summer Enrichment program, 1963-64
      Summer Honors College, 1963-64
      Summer Mathematics Institute, 1962-64
      Summer Programs (Discontinued), 1964-70
      Summer Programs (French), 1967
      Summer Study Abroad Program, 1958-64
      Summer Theater, 1954-64
    Synchronized Swim Club, 1944-64
Box 45
    Scholarships and Foundations
      African Scholarship Program, 1960-64
      Andrus Premedical Scholarship, 1951
      Axtell Scholarship, 1957
      Baker Scholarships, 1950-55
      Baldwin Award of the Lucy Ralls Fund, 1961
      Bezazian Scholarship, 1960-64
      Bishop Scholarship, 1955
      Class of 1891 Scholarship, 1955
      Class of 1915 Debate Prize, 1941-64
      Conservatory Scholarships, 1956-64
      Danforth Fellowships, 1951-64
      Dipman Scholarships, 1954-58
      East Africa Training Fellowships, 1961
      Fulbright Grants and Fellowships, 1951-64
      Gray Scholarships, 1937-58
      Haskell Fellowship, 1952-55
      Holmes Prize Fund, 1950-55
      Houston (Selby H.) Prize, 1955
      Hurlbutt Prize in Music, 1948-54
      Johnston Fellowship, 1949-52
      Kneeland Scholarship, 1950-533
      Knight Scholarship, 1953-55
      Lahaurine-Johnston Memorial, 1945-57
      Lauer Memorial Scholarship, 1948-57
      Lawrence Memorial, 1949
      Life Scholarship (George G. & Carrie C.), 1950-64
      Lincoln Scholarship, 1950-55
      McClymonds Scholarship, 1950-62
      McGregor Scholarship, 1962
      Meacham Scholarship, 1950
      Mercer Economics Prize, 1950-52
      Miller Guarantee Fund, 1951-52
      Millikan Scholarship Fund, 1956
      Moulton Scholarship, 1950-61
      National Merit Scholarships, 1957-64
      National Scholarship Fund for Negro Students, 1953-61
      Newton Japanese Prize, 1951-59
      Parents Scholarship, 1952-53
Box 46
      Powers Travel Grants, 1961-64
      Regional Scholarships, 1952-64
      Rhodes Scholarships, 1950-64
      Robertson Prizes, 1951-55
      Rockefeller Brothers Theological Fellowships, 1955-66
      Runnels Scholarship, 1955
      Scholarships, 1951-61
      Scholarships for Graduate Study, 1951-64
      Seaman Scholarship, 1953
      Shurtleff Scholarship, 1950
      Siddall Scholarship, 1955-64
      Sloan National Scholarships, 1954-64
      Snell Scholarship, 1949-64
      Starr (Comfort) Scholarship Fund, 1946-64
      Stone, Lucy Award, 1955-60
      Ward Memorial Prize, 1949-53
      Whitcomb Scholarships, 1952-57
      Woodrow Wilson Fellowships, 1951-64
      Woodruff Scholarships, 1948
      Wooster Prize, 1951-57
Box 47
    Talks and Speeches, 1958-71 (6f) see also: Assemblies
Box 48
    Taxation, 1954-57
    Taylor (Lloyd) Memorial laboratory Manual, 1953
    Teaching Machines and Methods, 1961, n.d.
    Telephone Service, 1962-63
    Television, 1953-64
      Continental Classroom, 1962
      "Omnibus" (Ford Foundation Workshop), 1954-56
      "See It Now," 1953-55
    Textbook Inquiry (Congressional), 1949
    Three Quarter Plan, 1959
    Time Magazine, 1955-64
    Torah Scroll, 1985
    "Town-Gown" (Series in Oberlin News Tribune, 1957
    Trustees, 1949-64, 1980-88 (2f)
    Tufts Conference, 1986
    Tuition, 1951-64
    Twain (Mark) Exhibition, 1985
Box 49
    United Nations, 1950-58
    UNESCO, 1947-48
    United States Government, 1952-56
    United States Information Agency, 1954-64
    United World Federalists, 1954-55
    Upward Bound Program, 1982-86
Box 50
    Van Dyck Painting Restoration, 1980
    Variety Show, 1953
    Vespers, 1955-64
    Veterans on Campus, 1945-54
    Vietnam, 1967-69 (2f)
      John Dove (Recruiter Protest), 1968
    Visitors to Campus, 1949-63 (4f)
      Visitors, Russian, 1961, 1966 (2f)
    Visiting Foreign Staff Program, 1959-64
    Visiting Scientists Program (Ohio Academy of Science), 1961-64
    V-12 Unit, 1943-46
Box 51
    Waldersbach, Gifts of Clothing from Oberlin to, 1948
    War Day (Mock Mobilization), 1938
    War Resisters League, 1963
    Washington Semester, 1945-63
    Wellington Rescue (Owen Thomas Play), 1956-58
    Who's Who, 1958-60
    Wind Ensemble, 1959-64
    Winter Term, 1969-77, 1979 (5f)
    Women's Board, 1954
    Women's Glee Club, 1949-55
    Women's Hours, 1966
    Woodwind Ensemble, 1951-63
    Woodwind Quintet, 1955-64
    World Citizenship Movement, 1939-4
    World Today Series, 1947
    World War II Activities, 1940-41
Box 52
    Yale-Princeton Basketball Games, 1937-64, 1979-81 (2f)
    Yeoman (Nickname), 1934
    Yeoman (Publication), 1952-63
    YMCA/YWCA, 1946-68 (2f)
    Young Democrat Club, 1961-64
    Young Republican Club, 1952-64
Series 6. News Releases
Box 1
News Releases (Chronological)
    Releases, July 1958 -- December 1958, January 1960 -- December 1960
Box 2
News Releases (cont.)
    Releases, January 1961 -- May 1962
Box 3
    Releases, June 1962 -- December 1963
Box 4
    Releases, January 1964 -- September 1965

Box 5
    Releases, October 1965 -- February 1967

Box 6
    Releases, March 1967 -- September 1968

Box 7
    Releases, October 1968 -- August 1970

Box 8
    Releases, September 1970 -- June 1972

Box 9
    Releases, July 1972 -- December 1974

Box 10
    Releases, January 1975 -- February 1977

Box 11
    Releases, March 1977 -- July 1979

Box 12
    Releases, August 1979 -- August 1981

Box 13
    Releases, September 1981 -- June 1983

Box 14
    Releases, July 1983 -- July 1985

Box 15
    Releases, August 1985 -- February 1987

Box 16
    Releases, March 1987 -- March 1988

Box 17
    Releases, March 1988 – September 2002

Box 18
    Releases, July 1989 -- October 1996

Box 18A
    Releases, June 1998 -- August 2001

Box 19
    News Release Log, 1955-73, 1976-88 (7f)
Series 7. Newspaper Clippings
    Subseries 1. Alphabetical Clippings (Original), 1934-39
Box 1
Clippings
    A Capella -- Butler, 1935-39

Box 2
    Cairns -- Honor Committee, 1935-39

Box 3
    Honor Roll -- Rogers, 1934-39

Box 4
    Savage -- YWCA, 1934-38
    Subseries 2. Chronological Clippings (Photocopied)

Box 5
Clippings (Chronological)
    Clippings, 1923-65 (19f)

Box 6
    Clippings, 1966-69 (5f)

    Subseries 3. Topical Clippings

Box 7
Clippings (Topical)
    Airport (Lorain County Regional), 1967 (photocopies)
    Beer, 1964-68 (photocopies)
    Carpenters for Christmas, 1964-65 (photocopies)
    Drugs on Campus, 1967-69 (photocopies)
    Faculty Attitudes Toward Foreign and Domestic Policy, 1936-42 (photocopies)
    Graduate School of Theology Closing, 1965-66 (photocopies)
    Graduate School of Theology and Schauffler, 1964-68 (copies)
    Oberlin College and Town, 1964-69 (3f) (photocopies)
    Peace, 1935-40 (photocopies)
    Protests, Campus Issues, 1965-69 (3f) (photocopies)
    Protests, Civil Rights, 1965-68 (photocopies)
    Protests, Vietnam (incl.. John Dove), 1965-69 (7f) (copies)
    Wright Brothers, 1948-53 (photocopies)

Box 8
    Admissions -- Allen Memorial Hospital, c.1950-87 (12f)

Box 9
    Alumni -- Assemblies, c.1933-87 (8f)

Box 10
    Athletics, c. 1959-64 (5f)

Box 11
    Barrows -- Coeducation, c.1950-85 (17f)

Box 12
    Centennial of Coeducation, 1937 (22f)

Box 13
    Colleges -- Curriculum, c.1944-64 (11f)

Box 14
    Commencement, 1937-87 (11f)

Box 15
    Conservatory of Music (includes related programs and organizations, i.e. choir, Salzburg) c.1950-82 (54f)

Box 16
    Dance -- DuPont (includes Departments), c.1950-83 (35f)

Box 17
    Education -- Freshmen, c.1954-68 (25f)

Box 18
    Fuller, Robert Works, c.1971-74 (3f)

Box 19
    Gifts -- Hunger Strike, c.1938-68 (27f)

Box 20
    Hall, Charles Martin and Aluminum, c.1934-86 (4f)

Box 21
    Independent Study -- Mutual Insurance, c.1940-68 (30f)

Box 22
    Mock Convention, 1936-56 (10f)

Box 23
    Mock Convention, 1960-68 (5f)

Box 24
    NAACP -- Newman Club, c.1952-69 (11f)

Box 25
    OACR -- Outlook Campaign, c.1950-70 (20f)

Box 26
    Oberlin Community, c.1943-69 (10f)

Box 27
    Pan-American -- Proctor & Gamble, c.1936-68 (19f)

Box 28
    Protests and Demonstrations, ca. 1960-70 (21f)

Box 29
    Red Flag -- Skating Rink, c.1937-83 (19f)

Box 30
    Socialist Club -- Synchronized Swimming, c.1939-74 (40f)

Box 31
    Scholarships and Grants, c.1951-68 (15f)

Box 32
    Teaching Machines -- Voznesensky, c.1950-85 (18f)

Box 33
    Washington Semester -- Young Republicans, c.1940-85 (17f)

    Subseries 4. Scrapbooks

Box 1 (Oversize)
Scrapbooks
    William E. Stevenson Scrapbook, 1946-60 (indexed)

Box 2 (Oversize)
    Robert Kenneth Carr Scrapbooks, 1959-63 (2 volumes))

    Subseries 5. Clipbooks, 1995-2000

Box
Clipbooks, 1995-96, 1996-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000 (4 volumes)
Series 8. The Observer
    Subseries 1. Printed Copy

Box 1
Observer
    Index, 1979-95

Box 2* (Oversize)
    Volume 1-11, 1979-89 (3 bound volumes)

Box 3* (Oversize)
    Volume 12-13, 1990-92 (loose copies, to be bound)

    Subseries 2. General Faculty Meeting Notes

Box 1
    General Faculty Meeting Notes (Handwritten), 1987-92 (9f)/

      Box 2
        General Faculty Meeting Notes (Handwritten), 1992-94 (3f)

      Box 3
        General Faculty Meeting Notes (Handwritten) 1978-80, 1983-85, 1986-87, 1989, 1990-91, 1980s

        Subseries 3. Observer Interviews

      Box 1
        Young Dawkins (transcript and tape), 1993


      Series 9. Publication Files
      Box 1
      Publication Files
        About Oberlin, 1969-70
        Alumni Trustee Ballot, 1968-69
        Announcements, 1963-70
        Appointments Calendar, 1968-70
        Archives, 1969
        Artist Recital Brochure, 1970-71
        Arts and Science Catalog, 1969-71 (2f)
        Athletics Booklet, 1969

      Series 9. Publication Files
      Box 1 (cont.)
        Assemblies, 1965-72
        Baccalaureate Programs, 1963-70
        Baroque Performance Institute, 1972
        Board of Trustees Lists, 1961-70
        Building Dedication Programs, 1953-66
        Campus Map Reprint, 1971-73
        Chapel Services, 1967-70
        Christmas Assembly, 1963-71 See Also: Vespers
        Class Directories, 1967-70
        Commencement Programs, 1963-70

      Box 2
        Commencement Programs, 1969, 1971-72, 1977, 1980-81 (9f)
        Commencement Program, 1978 (includes photographs)
        Committee Booklets, 1962-74
        Conservatory Admissions Brochure, 1967
        Conservatory Calendar, 1952-61
        Convention Brochure, 1972
        Data Booklet, 1960
        Debate Tournament, 1969-72 (2f)
        Demonstration Newspaper, 1967-70
Box 3
    Development Publications
      Action Campaign, 1963-64
      Annual Fund, 1970
      Eckert Series, 1968
      Gift Reports, 1965-70 (2f)
      Oberlin College Perspective, n.d.
      Outlook for the Seventies, 1968-69
        Area Letters, n.d.
        Campaign Book, 1969
        Memorial Book, 1969
        Portfolios, 1970
        Outlook Reporter, 1970-72
      Progress Newsletter, 1966-69
      Miscellaneous, 1968-70

Series 9. Publication Files
Box 4
    Dollars for Scholars, 1967-68
    Facts About Oberlin, 1972
    Faculty Guide, 1968-70
    Field Magazine, 1972
    Financial Aid, 1968-70
    Freshman Handbook, 1967, 1969
    German Summer Session Brochure, 1970-72
    German Writer in Residence (Max Kade Program), 1968-71
    Health Service Publications, 1965-68, n.d.
    Heldt Lectures, 1956, 1962, 1969 (includes Paul Feyerabend Transcript)
    Honors Day Programs, 1961-71
    Housing Application, 1971
    In and Around Oberlin (Activities Brochure), 1970
    Library Brochure, 1958
    Math Institute/M.A.T. Brochures, 1965-70
    Music Theater Publications, 1969-70 (2f)

Box 5
    Newcomers to Faculty and Staff, 1960/61-1973/74
    New Directions, 1970-71
    News Sources at Oberlin: A Directory, 1984 [1995/121]
    Oberlin Association of Women Students, 1963/64-1965/66
    "Oberlin Believes," 1939
    Oberlin College Bulletin (Commencement Edition), 1963-70
    Oberlin College Bulletin (Conservatory of Music), 1970/71
    Oberlin College Theater, 1968-70
    "Oberlin Letter," 1956-58
    "Oberlin Today," 1952-64 (11f)
Box 6
    Personnel, 1967-69
    President's Annual Reports, 1961-69 (3f)
    "Producing Your Publication with the Office of Communications," 1992 [1995/121]
    Publications, Performances, Exhibitions, 1971-72
    "Rap with Wellington," 1971
    Science Brochure, 1969
    Smith, Julian (Sketches done by Smith), 1969
    Student Directory, 1968-69
    Student Regulations, 1959-69
    Student Union, 1970
    Summer Honors College, 1963-68
    Summer Language sessions, 1964-70
    Summer Occupations Booklet, 1968
    Valedictory, 1966-67
    Vespers, 1962-70
    Weekly Calendar, 1968-69
    Winter Term, 1970
    Winter Weekend, 1972
    Women's Regulations, 1966/67-68/69
    Woodwind Quartet Brochure, 1972
    Yearly Calendar, 1968-70
    Miscellaneous Publications, 1964-67


Series 10. Special Events Files
Box 1
Special Events
    Centennial of Coeducation
      Correspondence
        Bohn, William F., 1937 (4f) Wilkins, Ernest Hatch, 1937 (7f)

Box 2
      Correspondence (cont.)
        Wilkins Miscellany, 1937 (2f)

Box 3
      Correspondence by Subjects
        AAUW -- Kyle, Mrs. John, 1937 (48f)

Box 4
        Libraries -- Newsom, Earl, 1937 (21f)

Box 5
        Newspapers -- Young, Marian, 1937 (34f)

Box 6
      Invitations, 1937 (2f) (See also Box 9)
      Photostats, 1937
      Printed Material, 1937
      Publicity Packets, 1937
      Questionnaires, 1937
      Responses to Pamphlet Mailing, 1937
Box 7 (Oversize)
    Centennial of Coeducation Exhibit, 1937 (Consists of Matted Photographs)

Box 8
    125th Anniversary, 1958
    Hall, Charles Martin, 75th Anniversary of Discovery of Aluminum, 1960-61
    Inaugurations
      Robert Kenneth Carr Inauguration, 1960
      William E. Stevenson Inauguration, 1947
    Stevenson-Meyner Wedding, 1957-59
    Stevenson Retirement, 1959
    Sesquicentennial: see Administrative Files and R.G. 33

Box 9
    Invitations, 2001- (Invitations also filed in President's office, Dedication files, and vertical file.)



Subgroup II. Non-Textual Records
    Series 1. Audio Recordings
      Subseries 1. Reel to Reel Tapes
      * denotes that a cassette copy exists for the reel(s). See subseries 2.
      + denotes that a CD-ROM exists for the reel(s). See subseries 3.

Box 1
Reel to Reel Tapes (Chronological by Year and Date)
    Mock Convention, 1952 (4 reels)
    Convocation Ceremony, 10/31/1953
    Grove Patterson, 10/31/1953
    *Walter Bailey & Grove Patterson, 10/31/1953
    Paul Hoffman & Honorary Degree Speeches, 10/31/1953
    Ralph Sockman (Vespers), 11/1/1953
    Justice John M. Harlan (Commencement), “Some Thoughts on Graduation,” 6/1956
    *William E. Stevenson (Assembly), 9/18/1956
    Stevenson-Meyner Wedding, 1/19/1957
    President Stevenson (Buffalo Alumni Meeting), 4/27/1958
    *Janet McKelvey Swift (O.C. 1883) Interview, 6/7/1958
    125th Anniversary Convocation (speakers: Dr. Henry Townley Heald, Frank Whittemore Abrams, John William Gardner, Dr. William Edwards Stevenson), 10/1958

Box 2
    +*Minoru Yamasaki (Assembly), 4/9/1959
    Robert K. Carr (WEWS-TV), 1/6/1960
    +Robert K. Carr (Opening Assembly), 1/14/1960 (2 reels)
    Robert K. Carr (City Club, Cleveland), 1/23/1960
    Robert K. Carr (Parents' Day), 2/20/1960
    Julius Nyerere, “Tanganyika’s March Toward Freedom,” 2/22/1960
    C. Northcote Parkinson, “Parkinson’s Law,” 3/10/1960
    Robert K. Carr (Noon Chapel Meditation), 4/19/1960
    Mock Convention 1960 (Robert K. Carr), 5/6/1960
    Mock Convention 1960, 5/6/1960, 5/7/1960 (2 reels)
    Mock Convention 1960 Highlights, 5/7/1960
    Robert K. Carr (Alumni Luncheon), 6/11/1960
    Robert E. Cushman & Honorary Degrees, 6/13/1960



Subgroup II. Non-Textual Records (cont.)
Series 1. Audio Recordings (cont.)
    Subseries 1. Reel to Reel Tapes (cont.)

Box 3
    Robert K. Carr Inauguration, 10/22/1960 (3 reels)
    James Jackson Speech (Carr's Inauguration), 10/22/1960
    Oberlin College Meeting (Waldorf-Astoria), 2/23/1961 (2 reels)
    *Carlos Romulo (Assembly), “The Challenge to America,” 3/9/1961
    *Ralph Bunche (Assembly), “Africa Tests the U.N.,” 3/24/1961
    Howard Schomer (Vespers), 3/26/1961
    +Melville Herskovits (Assembly), “African-American Relations: The Next Phase,” 3/30/1961
    Katherine Ann Porter (Assembly), “A Program of Readings,” 4/20/1961
    Robert Tufts (Assembly), 4/27/1961
    Paul Schmidt (Senior Assembly), 5/4/1961
    +Wallace E. Stegner (Honors Day), “Us Poor Christians Got No Lion,” 5/11/1961
    Nathan A. Greenberg (Senior Assembly), 5/18/1961

Box 4
    *Aaron Wildavsky (Senior Assembly), 5/25/1961
    Alumni Luncheon, 6/10/1961
    *Peace Corps Symposium, 6/10/1961 (2 reels)
    Baccalaureate, 6/11/1961
    Commencement, 6/12/1961
    President Robert K. Carr (Opening Assembly), 9/20/1961
    Roger Hazelton (Chapel), 9/21/1961
    Student Representatives (Assembly), 9/28/1961
    Shansi Representatives (Assembly), 10/5/1961
    +Dr. Max Beloff (Assembly), “The Berlin Crisis,” 10/13/1961
    +*Dr. Barry Commoner (Assembly), “The Social Responsibility of the Scientist,” 10/19/1961
    President Robert K. Carr (Dinner Speech), 10/20/1961
    Science Symposium, 10/20/1961 (3 reels)
Box 5
    Dr. H. Stanley Bennett (Kettering Dedication), 10/21/1961
    +John Fischer (Assembly), “What Can College Students Do to Improve American Colleges?” 10/26/1961
    Samuel M. Brownell (Assembly), “Preparation for the World of Work,” 11/2/1961
    Berl I. Bernhard (Assembly), “New Dimensions in Public Service,” 12/1/1961
    E. William Muehl (Assembly), “The Politics of a Value Vacuum,” 12/3/1962
    William Kendall (Assembly), “The Conservative Upsurge: Is it an Upsurge? Is it Conservative?” 12/7/1961
    Carroll Churchill (Interview), 1962
    Charles Martin (Assembly), 1/4/1962
    Robert K. Carr (Rotary Luncheon - Cleveland), 1/11/1962
    +Robert McAfee Brown (Assembly), “Salinger, Steinbeck, and Company – Assyrians in Modern Dress,” 1/12/1962
    +Robert McAfee Brown (Vespers), “Joy and Concern: A Christian Dilemma,” 1/14/1962
    T. Keith Glennan (Assembly), 1/18/1962 Abe Burrows, 2/7/1962
    Ben Weber (Assembly), 2/15/1962

Box 6
    Hugh MacLennan, 2/22/1962
    Richard Ellman (Assembly), 3/1/1962
    John N. Plank (Assembly), 3/8/1962
    Herbert Gezork (Vespers), 3/11/1962
    +George S. May (Assembly), “Rousseau as a Man of Letters,” 3/22/1962
    Theodore A. Gill (Vespers), 3/25/1962
    Robert K. Carr (Assembly), 3/29/1962
    J. Steven Watson, 4/12/1962
    Political Parties Conference, 4/14-15/1962?
    Charles Malik (Assembly), 4/19/1962
    +Robert Weinstock (Senior Assembly), “Two Kinds of Truth,” 4/26/1962
    *Dr. Joseph Sittler (Vespers), 4/29/1962
    Barry McGill (Senior Assembly), 5/3/1962
    Dr. John Turkevich (Honors Day Assembly), 5/10/1962

Box 7
    +*Wolfgang Stechow (Assembly), “Humanities & Science: Cold War or Alliance?” 5/17/1962
    *Clyde A. Holbrook (Senior Assembly), “Fate of Postmodern Man,” 5/24/1962
    Churchill Dedication, 6/8/1962
    Commencement Symposium, 6/9/1962 (2 reels)
    Alumni Luncheon, 6/9/1962
    Baccalaureate, 6/10/1962
    J. Irwin Miller (Commencement Address), 6/11/1962
    Commencement (includes Robert K. Carr), 6/11/1962 (2 reels)
    Robert K. Carr (Orientation & Freshman Assembly), 9/13/1962
    Robert K. Carr (Assembly), 9/20/1962
    D. Dennis Hudson (O.C. 1960) (Assembly), 9/27/1962
    James J. Nance (Assembly), 10/4/1962
    +J. Barbash (Assembly), "Outlook for American Unionism," 10/18/1962

Box 8
    +Robert Heilbroner (Assembly), “On the Seriousness of the Future,” 10/25/1962
    Edward U. Condon (Assembly), “Education for World Understanding,” 11/1/1962
    +August Heckscher (Assembly), “The Arts in the Nation,” 11/8/1962
    Huston Smith (Assembly), 11/15/1962
    Huston Smith (Vespers), 11/18/1962
    Bergen Evans (Career Conference Assembly), 11/30/1962
    Julian N. Hartt (Vespers), 12/9/1962
    Professor Germaine Bree (Assembly), 1/3/1963
    Rev. William Hamilton (Vespers), 1/13/1963
    Luther Harshbarger (Vespers), 2/10/1963
    Herbert L. Matthews (Assembly), “The Latin American Revolution,” 2/14/1963
    +*William Sloane Coffin, Jr. (Assembly), “The Racial Problem in Christian Perspective,” 2/21/1963
    Senator Henry M. Jackson (Assembly), 3/1/1963
    +*Robert K. Merton (All-College Assembly), “Anomie and Deviance in Urban Society,” 3/14/1963
    +Arthur Berger (Assembly), “Resolving the Stravinsky Paradox,” 3/17/1963
    +*Henry A. Kissinger (Assembly), “Problems of American Foreign Policy,” 3/22/1963

Box 9
    Max Freedman (Assembly), “Problems in the NATO Community,” 3/28/1963
    Robert K. Carr (Assembly), 4/18/1963
    Peter J. Hawkins (Senior Assembly), 4/25/1963
    Rev. Kyle Haselden (Vespers), 4/28/1963
    *Robert P. Fountain (Senior Assembly), 5/2/1963
    Samuel B. Gould (Honors Day Assembly), 5/9/1963
    *Muhammed Zafrulla Khan (Address), 5/10/1963
    Robert K. Carr (Address to Parents), 5/11/1963
    Dr. George Buttrick (Vespers), 5/12/1963
    +Geoffrey T. Blodgett (Senior Assembly), “The Third American Revolution,” 5/16/1963; see also 30/263
    Thomas R. Whitaker (Senior Assembly), 5/23/1963
    Alumni Luncheon (Robert K. Carr), 6/8/1963
    Donald M. Love (Orientation), 1963 (c. 9/11)
    Robert K. Carr (Parents & Freshman Assembly), 9/11/1963
    Robert K. Carr (Opening Assembly), 9/17/1963

Box 10
    +Margaret Mead (Assembly), “The Role of the College-Educated Woman on Today’s Society,” 10/10/1963
    T.R. McConnell (Assembly), 10/18/1963
    David J. Maitland (Vespers), 10/20/1963
    *Dr. Sherman Lee (Assembly), 10/24/1963
    *Dedication of the New Warner Concert Hall, 10/26/1963
    +Samuel Lubell (Assembly), “1964 – The Year of Republican Decision,” 10/31/1963
    +Robert Shaw (Assembly), “Reminiscences of the Russian Tour,” 11/7/1963
    *Martin Luther King Jr., (Assembly), 11/14/1963
    *Jacques Lusseyran (French Lecture), 11/15/1963
    Helmut Thielicke (Vespers), 11/17/1963
    +*Roy Wilkins (Assembly), “The Emancipation Revolution,” 11/21/1963
    +*Kennedy Memorial Service, 11/22/1963
    *Kennedy Memorial Funeral Service, 11/25/1963
    Isador Rabi (Assembly), 12/5/1963
    Clinton Rossiter (Assembly), 12/12/1963


Box 11
    Franklin Clark Fry (Vespers), 1/12/1964
    +Tom Wicker (Assembly), “Politics in 1964 and After,” 1/16/1964
    Charles B. Marshall (Assembly), 2/6/1964
    Mock Convention Assembly, 2/12/1964
    Morris Carnovsky (Assembly), 2/13/1964
    Norman Lloyd (Assembly), 2/20/1964
    Tom Driver (Assembly), 2/27/1964
    Tom Driver (Vespers), 3/1/1964
    I. Bernard Cohen (Assembly), 3/5/1964
    Brig. Gen. S.L.A. Marshall (Mock Convention), 3/12/1964
    *David Donald (Assembly), 3/19/1964
    +Milton Friedman (Assembly), “Intentions vs. Results in Economic Policy,” 3/26/1964
    Robert K. Carr (Evening Assembly), 4/9/1964
    Benjamin Schwartz, “Tradition & Revolution in Communist China,” 4/9/1964
    Alfred Harbage, "A Life of Allegory," 4/16/1964
    Charles Teshe (Assembly), "Arcadia on the Plum," 4/23/1964
    +Nathan Greenburg, (Senior Assembly Talk), "The Mockery of Conventions," 4/30/1964
    Charles Watts (Honors Day Assembly), 5/7/1964
    +Richard Schoonmaker, (Assembly), “The Whole is Simpler Than its Parts,” 5/14/1964
    +Vinio Rossi, (Assembly), “The Final Trauma,” 5/21/1964

Box 12
    Alumni Luncheon, 6/6/1964
    Baccalaureate, 6/7/1964
    Percy L. Julian (Commencement Address), 6/8/1964
    Robert K. Carr (Charge to Class), 6/8/1964
    Robert K. Carr (Freshman Assembly), 9/16/1964
    Robert K. Carr (Opening Assembly), 9/22/1964
    Christopher and Linda Salter (Shansi), 10/1/1964
    W. Chave McCracken (Vespers), 10/4/1964
    +Harry Golden (Assembly), “What Does the American Liberal Want?” 10/8/1964
    W.B. Lockhart & Alan Westin, 10/5-6/1964
    *ACLU Symposium, 10/16/1964
    +*Martin Luther King Jr., (Speech & Forum), “The Future of Integration,” 10/22/1964
    Conservatory Dedication (A.M.), 10/31/1964
    *Conservatory Dedication, 10/31/1964

Box 13
    *Alumni Banquet (Conservatory Dedication), 10/31/1964
    Harvey Cox (Assembly), 11/5/1964
    Harvey Cox (Vespers), 11/8/1964
    *Whitney Young (Assembly), 11/12/1964
    Rene Levesque (Assembly), 11/19/1964
    +Robert Weaver (Assembly), “Recent Developments in Urban Renewal,” 12/11/1964
    H. J. Gibbons (Assembly), 1/7/1965
    +Donald Fleming (Assembly), “Science and the New American Power Structure,” 1/14/1965
    Glen Ferguson (Assembly), 2/11/1965
    Bruce Morrissette (Assembly), 2/18/1965
    Samuel Berger (Assembly), 3/4/1965
    Daniel Wakefield (Assembly), 3/11/1965
    C. Day Lewis (Assembly), 3/18/1965
    +Walter Heller (Assembly), “Economic Policies for Prosperity,” 3/25/1965

Box 14
    Philip Abelson (Assembly), 3/31/1965
    Addison Ward Memorial, 4/14/1965
    +C. Wright Morris (Assembly), “Post-diluvian Musings on a Surrealistic Landscape,” 4/15/1965
    +Richard Neustadt (Assembly), “The American Presidency: Into the Johnson Years,” 4/22/1965
    Dumas Malone (Assembly), 5/6/1965
    Roger Hazelton & Ben Herbster (GST Recognition Day), 6/9/1965
    Alumni Luncheon, 6/12/1965
    +Commencement Symposium on Student Unrest, “The American College Campus Today: Involvement or Apathy?” 6/12/1965 (2 reels)
    Commencement Exercises, 6/14/1965
    +*Martin L. King Jr. (Commencement), “Remaining Awake Through a Revolution,” 6/14/1965 (3 reels)
    Robert K. Carr, 9/16/1965, 9/21/1965 (2 reels)
    +Harrison A. Williams Jr. (Assembly), “Expressions of our Faith in the Great Society,” 10/7/1965
    H. G. Moeller, 10/14/1965
    Lord Caradon, 10/21/1965
    Robert K. Carr, 10/23/1965
    +Wayne Morse, “Does American Foreign Policy Wear a False Mask?” 10/28/1965

Box 15
    Samuel P. Huntington, 11/4/1965
    +*Michael Novak (Assembly), “Belief and Unbelief,” 11/11/1965
    John Higham, “Historical Consciousness in America,” 12/2/1965
    Civil Disobedience, including Archibald Cox, “Constitutionalism and Civil Disobedience,” Dec. 9-11, 1965 (6 reels)
    +*Rollo May (Assembly), “Personal Identity in an Anonymous World,” 1/13/1966
    H. Shapley (Assembly), 1/20/1966
    Joseph Anderson, 2/10/1966
    Mark Gayn (Assembly), 2/17/1966
    +Mario di Bonaventura, “The Ordeal of Contemporary Music,” 2/24/1966
    Eleanor Holmes (Assembly), 3/3/1966
    +Philleo Nash (Assembly), “The American Indians Today,” 3/10/1966
    Anthony Scotto, 3/17/1966
    +*Sidney Hook (Assembly), “Intelligence and Human Rights,” 3/24/1966
    Scott Greer (Assembly), 3/30/1966
    Neil Smelser (Assembly), 4/14/1966

Box 16
    *Stuart Friebert (Senior Assembly), “The Talk,” 4/21/1966
    Dewey Ganzel (Assembly), 4/28/1966
    Kirtley Mather (Honors Day), 5/5/1966
    Kathleen Hanna (Assembly), 5/12/1966
    John Thompson (Assembly), 5/19/1966
    +Robert Tufts (Assembly), “… Regions Hitherto Unexplored,” 5/26/1966
    Commencement Symposium, 6/11/1966
    Alumni Luncheon, 6/11/1966
    +King Building Dedication, “King Building Dedication,” 6/11/1966
    Baccalaureate, 6/12/1966
    Commencement, 6/13/1966
    Robert K. Carr (Freshman Orientation), 9/15/1966
    Robert K. Carr (Assembly), 9/20/1966
    +Donald M. Love (Freshman Seminar), “History & Tradition of Oberlin,” 9/26/1966
    +Max Lerner (Assembly), “Is American Civilization Healthy or Sick?” 9/29/1966
    Philip Sherlock (Assembly), 10/6/1966
    W. Allen Wallis (Assembly), 10/13/1966
    James Tobin (Assembly), 10/20/1966
    +William Sloane Coffin Jr. (Assembly), “From Ivory Tower to Control Tower,” 10/27/1966

Box 17
    Robert K. Carr (Alumni Banquet), 10/29/1966
    +Edwin O. Reischauer (Assembly), “Japan’s Role in Asia,” 11/3/1966
    Herbert A. Simon, "Computer Simulation," 11/10/1966
    Mrs. Esther Peterson (Assembly), 11/18/1966
    William F. Hellmuth, 12/1/1966
    Kenneth V. Thimann, 12/8/1966
    Sidney Fox (Assembly), 1/5/1967
    Ruth Turner (Assembly), 1/12/1967
    Cleveland Playhouse (Assembly), 1/19/1967
    Selig Harrison (Assembly), 2/9/1967
    Pauline Kael (Assembly), 2/16/1967
    Richard Hoffmann, 2/23/1967
    Gabriel Vahanian (Assembly), 3/2/1967
    Richard Wilbur, 3/9/1967
    Isaac Bashevis Singer, “My Private Philosophy of Art,” 3/16/1967
    Glenn Olds, "Myths of the Mind," 3/22/1967

Box 18
    +William E. Stevenson (Assembly), “Return, Report, and Reminisce,” 4/6/1967
    Allen R. Bentley (Assembly), 4/13/1967
    +David P. Young, 4/20/1967
    +Ellen H. E. Johnson (Assembly), “A Little Leniency,” 4/27/1967
    William Arrowsmith (Assembly), 5/4/1967
    Harold Schonberg (Assembly), 5/11/1967
    W. Carey McWilliams (Assembly), 5/18/1967
    +Andrew Bongiorno (Assembly), “Tempus Abire,” 5/25/1967
    Robert K. Carr (Alumni Luncheon), 6/10/1967
    Baccalaureate, 6/11/1967 (2 reels)
    John W. Kneller & Roy Wilkins (Commencement), 6/12/1967
    Commencement Exercises, 6/12/1967
    Freshman Assembly, 9/13/1967
    +Edward L. Long (Freshman Seminar), “Keynote Seminar on Liberal Arts,” 9/14/1967
    Robert K. Carr (Assembly), 9/19/1967

Box 19
    F. Clinton White, 9/28/1967
    +Milton Friedman (Assembly Talk), “The Free Market and Participatory Democracy,” 10/5/1967
    Norman Lloyd (Assembly), 10/12/1967
    Sir John Eccles (Assembly), 10/19/1967
    Kenneth Chen, 10/26/1967
    Debate (RE: military recruiters), 10/30/1967 (3 reels)
    +John Cage (Assembly), “Answers,” 11/4/1967
    Sol Saporta, 11/16/1967
    Yale Kamisar, 12/7/1967
    Erwin D. Canham, 1/11/1968
    +Sam Lubell, “Chances of Republican Victory in the South in 1968,” 1/12/1968
    Willard F. Libby, 1/18/1968
    Lerone Bennett, "Freedom in Black & White," 2/8/1968
    A. Doak Barnett, "Revolutionary Change in China," 2/15/1968

Box 20
    Robert K. Carr (News conference on military recruiters), 2/20/1968 (2 reels)
    Isaiah Frank, 2/22/1968
    Paul Hume, 3/7/1968
    Ralph G. Allen, 3/14/1968
    Cleveland Playhouse, 3/21/1968
    Rene Jules Dubos, 2/29/1968 (2 reels)
    Garth Peacock, 4/4/1968
    Angus Campbell, 4/11/1968
    +King Memorial Services, 4/5/1968
    Alan B. Wachtel, 4/18/1968
    James Walsh, 4/25/1968
    Adrienne Koch, 5/2/1968
    Margaret Papworth, 5/9/1968
    +Robert Tufts, “Immediacy,” 5/16/1968

Box 21
    Nathan Greenberg, 5/23/1968
    Baccalaureate, 6/9/1968 (2 reels)
    Robert K. Carr, 9/5/1968 (2 reels)
    Robert K. Carr, 9/10/1968
    Miss Dorothy Smith (Senior Assembly), 9/19/1968
    *Commencement, 6/10/1968
    Ralph Nader, 9/26/1968
    Dewey Ganzel (Assembly), 10/10/1968
    Robert K. Carr, 10/19/1968; Mr. Smith, 10/20/1968
    John Henry Faulk, "The Courage to be Free," 10/24/1968
    Simeon Adebo, 11/21/1968
    Simon Barenbaum, 11/7/1968
    LeRoi Jones (Assembly), 1/13/1969
    +Ralph Ellison, “Black Consciousness,” 1/7/1969

Box 22
    +Robert E. Neil, “The Relevant Issue,” 2/6/1969
    College and the War Conference, 2/6-8/1969 (3 reels)
    Mark Gayn, 2/14/1969
    News Conference (President Carr's Office), 2/20/1969
    Donald Swearer (Assembly), 3/6/1969
    +Harrison Salisbury (Assembly), “After Vietnam – What?” 3/20/1969
    Daniel Carlson, 4/10/1969
    "Think In," 4/15/1969
    George Wald (Assembly), 4/24/1969
    *"Between the Lines" (Pres. Carr) (WKYC-TV), 4/27/1969
    Bruce Privratsky, 5/1/1969
    Germaine Bree, 5/8/1969
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/31/1969
    Baccalaureate (includes Paul R. Dettman), 6/1/1969

Box 23
    Baccalaureate, 6/1/1969
    Commencement, 6/2/1969 (3 reels)
    Robert K. Carr (Assembly), 9/3/1969
    Robert K. Carr (Opening Assembly), "Today's Turbotrain is Sold Out," 9/11/1969
    +Stewart Udall (Assembly Talk), “The Value of Revolution: Changing America’s Priorities,” 9/16/1969
    +Kenneth Clark, “Black Awareness and American Racism,” 9/18/1969
    Paul Erlich, 10/2/1969
    Homecoming, 10/3-5/1969 (4 reels)
    +Vietnam Assembly, 10/15/1969 (2 reels)
    +Panel on Vietnam, 10/15/1969 (2 reels; 1 in box 24)

Box 24
    +Panel on Vietnam, 10/15/1969
    +Ronald Suny, "Work, Study, Get Ahead, Kill," 10/16/1969
    John R. Thompson, 11/13/1969
    +Julian Bond (Question and Answer), “What’s Next?” 12/4/1969
    Development Dinner at Oberlin Inn, 12/12/1969
    Conference Leaders (Fund Raising), 12/13/1969
    Robert K. Carr, 12/13/1969
    Emmanuel Mesthene, 1/9/1970
    John de J. Pemberton, Jr., 1/15/1970
    Charles Csuri, 1/20/1970
    Kenneth C. Knowlton, 1/22/1970
    James K. Randall, 1/27/1970
    Thomas J. Watson, 1/29/1970
    Assembly, 2/12/1970
    +Lucian Pye (Assembly Talk), Re: Communist China, 2/19/1970
    +Thomas J. Sherman (Senior Assembly Talk), “The Community of Nature,” 2/26/1970

Box 25
    *Rennie Davis, 3/22/1970 (3 reels)
    Steven Jacobson, 3/26/1970
    +Gary Snyder (Assembly), “A Program of Readings,” 4/16/1970
    +Olly W. Wilson, Jr. (Senior Assembly), “How Long–Not Long,” 4/23/1970
    Mass Meetings, 5/70 (5 reels)
    Honors Day Assembly (Provost E. Carlson), 5/7/1970
    Washington D.C. Trip, 5/9/1970 (2 reels)
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/23/1970

Box 26
    Baccalaureate, 5/24/1970 (2 reels)
    +Jesse Jackson (Commencement), 5/25/1970
    Orientation Assembly, 9/6/1970 (2 reels)
    Robert W. Fuller (Assembly), 9/10/1970 (2 reels)
    Marcia Colish (Senior Assembly), 9/24/1970
    Dick Gregory, 10/15/1970 (2 reels)
    Lord Caradon, 10/19/1970 (2 reels)
    Robert Posner (Assembly), 10/22/1970
    John Holt (Assembly), 11/19/1970

Box 27
    John Holt, 11/19/1970 (3 reels)
    Galway Kinnell, 1/14/1971
    Kenneth Koch, 1/21/1971 (2 reels)
    John Barth, 1/28/1971 (2 reels)
    Walter Sullivan, 2/11/1971
    Robert Rich, 3/11/1971
    Shirley Chisholm, “The Social Revolution,” 3/18/1971 (2 reels) Alan Watts, 4/8/1971 (2 reels)

Box 28
    +Robert W. Fuller, 4/20/1971 (2 reels)
    Richard Levin, 4/22/1971
    George L. Mosses, 5/6/1971
    Jesse Philips (P.E. Dept. Dinner), 5/22/1971
    *Alumni Luncheon, 5/22/1971
    Commencement, 5/23/1971
    Orientation Assembly, 9/6/1971 (2 reels)
    +Robert W. Fuller, 9/14/1971
    +Ed. Comm. Assembly, 9/28/1971
    +Roy Lucas, 9/30/1971
    Philips Gym Dedication, 10/2/1971
    +Mudd Library Groundbreaking, 10/19/1971

Box 29
    Mrs. Kathleen Cleaver (Intro), 11/11/1971
    +Mrs. Kathleen Cleaver, 11/11/1971
    Robert J. Tufts, 11/18/1971
    Carol Klein, 1/6/1972
    Robert K. Carr (Pool Dedication), 1/8/1972
    Thomas Trelogan, 2/17/1972 (2 reels)
    *Gloria Steinem & Margaret Sloane, 3/9/1972 (2 reels)
    +Clyde Holbrook, 4/6/1972
    Philip Volland, 4/13/1972
    Mark L. Papworth, 4/20/1972
    Arthur Drexler, 5/4/1972 (3 reels)

Box 30
    Half Century Club Dinner, 5/19/1972
    +*Claes Oldenburg, 5/20/1972; see also SS2
    *Symposium, 5/20/1972 (2 reels); see also SS2
    Commencement, 5/21/1972 (2 reels)
    *Robert W. Fuller, 6/8/1972
    Orientation Assembly, 9/7/1972 (2 reels)
    +John W. Kurtz, 9/14/1972
    +Staughton Lynd, 9/28/1972
    *Women's Conference (Includes Verda & Clance), 10/20/1972
    Alumni Dinner, 10/21/1972
    +Herbert Blau, 11/9/1972

Box 31
    *Howard Cosell, 2/11/1973
    Robert E. Neil, 2/22/1973
    EFL Conference (Educational Facilities Laboratories), 2/1973
    +EFL (Geoffrey Blodgett), 2/26-27/1973
    +EFL (Geoffrey Blodgett & others), 2/26-27/1973
    Gary Goldberg, 3/22/1973
    Rene Jules Dubos, 4/5/1973
    Neil Postman, 4/10/1973
    Martha Verda, 4/26/1973
    Fred Harris, 5/1/1973
    +Michael Harrington (Commencement), 5/27/1973
    Orientation, 9/6/1973 (2 reels)
    +Ramsey Clark, 10/4/1973 (2 reels)

Box 32
    +Robert Tufts (Noon Assembly), 10/18/1973
    Alumni Dinner, 10/20/1973
    Mark Felt, “Inside the F.B.I.,” 10/25/1973
    Stokely Carmichael, 11/9/1973 (2 reels) (also on DVD)
    David Halberstam (Assembly), “The Best and the Brightest?” 11/14/1973 (2 reels)
    +David Love, 11/29/1973
    Tom Porter (Sakokwenonkas), 2/14/1974
    +Shirley Chisholm, “The Social Revolution in America: The Vital Role of
    Minorities and Women in American Social Institutions,” 2/28/1974 (2 reels)
    +Allard Lowenstein, 3/12/1974
    Bruno Bettelheim, “Child Rearing of the Future,” 3/14/1974
    +Jimmy Breslin (Re: politics and journalism), 4/4/1974 (2 reels)

Box 33
    +Cesar Chavez, 4/5/1974 (2 reels)
    Pauline Clance (Noon Assembly), 4/18/1974 (2 reels)
    Marjorie Kellogg, 4/25/1974
    Jeremy Rifkin, 4/29/1974
    Scott Ferguson, Steve Wotter, Gregg Allen, 5/1/1974
    Commencement Seminar (Finney Chapel), 5/25/1974 (2 reels)
    Commencement Seminar (Educational Goals), 5/25/1974 (2 reels)
    Mudd Center Dedication, 5/25/1974
    Florynce Kennedy (Commencement), 5/26/1974
    Orientation, 9/5/1974
    Ellsworth Carlson, 9/5/1974, 9/12/1974 (2 reels)

Box 34
    +Ralph Nader, 10/3/1974 (3 reels)
    Alumni Association (Paul Ylisaker), 10/12/1974 (5 reels)
    Reid Buckley, 11/14/1974
    Organ Dedication (Warner Hall), 11/22/1974
    +N. Scott Momaday, “The American Indian in Conflict,” 2/5/1975
    James L. Walsh, 2/27/1975
    Albert E. Rees, 3/14/1975
    Dick Gregory, 3/6/1975
Box 35
    Dick Gregory (RE: CIA conspiracy), 3/6/1975 (4 reels)
    Victor Marchetti, 4/9/1975 (2 reels)
    Ronald Suny, 4/17/1975
    Half Century Club Dinner, 5/23/1975
    David Burgess, 5/24/1975
    Philip A. Corfman, 5/24/1975
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/24/1975
    Installation of President Emil C. Danenberg, 5/24/1975
    Peter Beebe (Baccalaureate), 5/25/1975
    *Emil C. Danenberg, 9/18/1975

Box 36
    Ellen Frankfort, 10/2/1975 (2 reels)
    Talcott Parsons (symposium on religion and social change), 11/13/1975
    Alex Haley (Assembly), “Roots: A Search for the Identity of an Entire Race of People,” 11/21/1975 (2 reels)
    Gwendolyn Brooks, 2/4/1976 (2 reels)
    Seymour Hersh, 4/8/1976 (2 reels)
    Gerald Connolly, 4/15/1976
    Harlan Wilson, 4/22/1976
    Peter Beebe, 5/6/1976 (2 reels)
    Half-Century Club, 5/21/1976

Box 37
    Symposium, 5/21/1976 (3 reels)
    Ralph Abernathy, 5/22/1976
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/22/1976
    *Commencement (Alex Haley speech and proceedings), 5/23/1976 (4 tapes); see also SS3.
    Danenberg's Freshman Address, 9/3/1976 (2 reels)
    Emil C. Danenberg, 9/16/1976
    Guy Hatchard, 9/23/1976 (2 reels)
    Kirkpatrick Sale, 11/4/1976 (2 reels)
    Keith Stroup, 11/11/1976 (2 reels)

Box 38
    +Selma James, “Sex, Race and Class,” 11/30/1976 (2 reels)
    +*Art Building Addition Dedication with Robert Venturi, Ada Huxtable,
    Paul Arnold, and Richard Spear, 1/15/1977 (2 reels); also SS2.
    Gofman, Dr. John, 2/24/1977 (2 reels)
    Alvin Poussaint, 3/4/1977 (2 reels)
    Nikki Giovanni, 4/15/1977 (2 reels)
    Clyde Holbrook, 4/21/1977
    +Angela Davis (People’s Conference on South Africa), 4/23/1977
    John Todd, 4/29/1977 (2 reels)
Box 39
    David Love, 5/5/1977
    Jane Cortez, 5/6/1977
    Half Century Club Dinner, 5/27/1977
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/28/1977
    Commencement Symposium, 5/28/1977 (2 reels)
    Commencement, 5/29/1977
    Baccalaureate, 5/29/1977 (2 reels)
    Sonia Sanchez, 9/15/1977 (2 reels)
    Milton Yinger (Noon Assembly), 9/20/1977
    Julian Bond (Noon Assembly) “The New Politics,” 9/29/1977 (2 reels)

Box 40
    Phyllis Chesler, 10/13/1977 (2 reels) Daniel Ellsberg, 10/19/1977 (3 reels) Chaim Potok (Assembly), “Alienation and the Contemporary World,” 11/10/1977 James Cockcroft, 1/17/1977 (2 reels) +Andrew Sarris (Assembly), “The American Cinema,” 2/9/1978 (2 reels) George Leonard, 2/16/1978 (2 reels) Herbert Aptheker, 2/17/1978 (2 reels)
Box 41
    Robert Lamb, 2/12/1978 (2 reels)
    Ted Howard, 3/10/1978 (2 reels)
    Robert E. Neil, 4/6/1978
    Frieda Klein, 4/25/1978 (2 reels)
    *Robert W. Fuller Speech, 5/1978 (2 reels)
    +Albert J. McQueen (Assembly), 5/4/1978
    +Robert W. Fuller (Assembly), 5/11/1978
    Marcus Raskin (Commencement), 5/29/78
    William Kunstler, 9/14/1978 (2 reels)
    *Florence Howe, 9/21/1978
    Ellie Macklin, 10/6/1978
Box 42
    George Lakey, 10/10/1978 (2 reels)
    Joe Short, 10/17/1978 (2 reels)
    +Rich Orloff, “Oberlin and Television: Why Neither Prepares You for the Other,” 11/2/1978
    *Jim Fixx, 11/9/1978
    Eugene Carroll, 11/21/1978
    *Charles A. Mosher, 11/30/1978
    Don Luce, 2/8/1979 (2 reels)
    Ken Wooden, 2/15/1979 (2 reels)
    *Barbara Siaman, 2/22/1979
    Dr. Carol Jacklin, 2/27/1979
Box 43
    Caroline Lukensmeyer, 3/1/1979 (2 reels)
    Francis Moore Lappe, 4/6/1979 (2 reels)
    Tom Wicker, 4/26/1979 (2 reels)
    +Betty Friedan (Assembly), “Women and Men: New Questions,” 5/7/1979
    Martha Verda, 5/8/1979
    Commencement, 5/28/1979 (2 reels)
    Orientation, 9/3/1979 (2 reels)
    George Langler, 9/20/1979
Box 44
    Anthony Lewis (Assembly--conference on South Africa and Zambia), “The United States and Africa: An Uneasy Future,” 10/4/1979 (2 reels)
    Betty Williams, 11/8/1979
    David Dellinger, 11/14/1979 (2 reels)
    +Toni Morrison (Assembly—a reading), 11/21/1979
    Carey McWilliams, 11/29/1979 (2 reels)
    Judith Johnsrud [?], 1/24/1980
    Ambassador Donald McHenry, 2/7/1980 (4 reels)
    Margarette Sandelowski, 2/26/1980
Box 45
    Terry Provance, 2/28/1980 (2 reels)
    Half-Century Club, 5/23/1980
    Heisman Club, 5/25/1980
    Baccalaureate, 5/25/1980
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/25/1980
    Commencement, 5/26/1980 - see also 37/4 [1998/119]
    Orientation, 9/3/1980
    Dr. Everett Mendelson, 9/11/1980 (2 reels)
    John Anderson, 2/21/1981 (2 reels)
    John Thompson, 4/2/1981
    Joseph Collins, 4/23/1981 (2 reels)
Box 46
    Robert E. Neil (Noon Assembly), 4/30/1981
    +Ronald Suny (Assembly), 5/14/1981
    Joseph S. Himes, 5/24/1981
    Opening Session (Orientation, Bewig & Currier), 9/4/1981
    Father Robert Dainan, 9/16/1981 (2 reels)
    Maggie Kuhn, 2/11/1982 (2 reels)
    Imiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones), 2/11/1982 (3 reels)
    Mary Dent Crisp, 5/29/1982
Box 47
    *Andrew Young (Commencement), 5/30/1982 (2 reels)
    Ralph Nader, 9/13/1982 (3 reels)
    Chai Zemin (Chinese Ambassador RE: current U.S.-Chinese relations), 9/24/1982 (2 reels)
    William Rusher (Noon Assembly), 2/22/1983 (2 reels)
    +Wendell Berry, “People, Land and Community,” 2/24/1983 (2 reels)
    +John Kenneth Galbraith, “Economics in Our Time: The Age of
    Organization,” 3/8/1983 (2 reels)
    S. Frederick Starr, 4/1/1983
Box 48
    S. Frederick Starr, 4/1/1983
    Yeheshafat Harakabi 4/7/1983 (2 reels)
    +John Cage, “James Joyce, Marcel Duchamps and Erik Satie: An Alphabet,” 4/16/1983 (2 reels)
    George J. Stigler, 4/25/1983 (2 reels)
    John Conyers 5/6/1983 (2 reels)
    +Alumni Sesquicentennial Symposium, Session I, 5/28/1983 (4 reels)
Box 49
    +Alumni Sesquicentennial Symposium, Sessions II & III, 5/29/1983 (2 reels)
    James Walsh, 9/15/1983
    S. Frederick Starr, 9/24/1983
    Leon Higginbothan, 10/7/1983 (2 reels) (in RG 37/4)
    Andrew Young, 10/9/1983 (3 reels)
    Judith Krug, 11/9/1983 (2 reels)
    *Founders Day, 12/2/1983 (3 reels)
Box 50
    Heather Hogan, 12/12/1983
    Rich Orloff, 2/16/1984
    Archibald Cox, “Ending Secrecy & Corruption in Government,” 4/5/1984 (2 reels)
    Honors Assembly, 5/11/1984 (2 reels)
    William Scott (Senior Assembly), 3/7/1985
    William Rusher, 4/24/1985 (2 reels)
    Michael Barnes, 4/29/1985 (2 reels)
    Opening Session - Orientation, 9/4/1985 (2 reels)
Box 51
    Free Street Theater, 11/1/1985
    Status of Women (Assembly), 3/13/1986
    Shirley Chisholm, 4/17/1986 (2 reels)
    Honors Assembly, 5/9/1986
    Opening Orientation Ceremony, 9/3/1986
    Louis Stokes (Black History Month Lecture I), 2/13/1987 (4 reels)
    Opening Session Orientation, 8/29/1987 (2 reels)
Box 52
Audio Recordings (10.5" 7 1/2 ips 1/2 track, stereo and mono)
    "Exchange...Oberlin," 1971 (5 reels)
      "Is College Humor Dead?"
      "Why I Teach"
      "Racism and Social Change"
    Subseries 2. Cassette Tapes
    + denotes also in SS3. CD-ROMs

Box 1
Cassette Tapes
    Walter Bailey and Grove Patterson, 10/31/1953
    President Stevenson (Welcoming Address to Students), 9/18/1956
    Janet McKelvey Swift (OC 1983) Interview, 6/7/1958
    +Minoru Yamasaki (Assembly Address), "Architecture in Our Society," 4/9/1959
    Carlos Romulo (Assembly Address), "Challenge to America," David R. Moore Memorial Lectures, 3/9/1961
    Ralph Bunche, "Africa Test the United Nations," 3/24/1961
    Aaron Wildavsky (Senior Assembly), “Gloom and Doom,” 5/25/1961
    "[Alumni] Symposium on the Peace Corps," main speaker Bill Moyers, Associate Director of the Peace Corps, 6/10/1961
    +Dr. Barry Commoner (Assembly), "The Social Responsibility of Scientists," 10/19/1961
    Dr. Joseph Sittler (Vespers), 4/29/1962
    +Wolfgang Stechow (Assembly), “Humanities and Science: Cold War or Alliance?” 5/17/1962
    Muhammad Zafrulla Kahn (Address), “Some Reflections on the Sino-Indian Conflict,” introduction by President Carr, 5/10/1963
    Professor Clyde A Holbrook (Senior Assembly), 5/24/1963
    Dr. Sherman Lee (Assembly) RE: art museums, 10/24/1963
    Dedication of New Warner Concert Hall, 10/26/1963
    +Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., "The Future of Integration," 11/14/1963
    Jacques Lusseyran (French Lecture), 11/15/1963
    +Roy Wilkins (Assembly), 11/21/1963
    John F. Kennedy Memorial Service (Finney Chapel), led by President Carr (see Alumni Magazine, Jan. 1964), 11/22/1963
    John F. Kennedy Memorial Funeral Service, 11/25/1963
    David Donald (Assembly), RE: Civil War centennial and political power, 3/19/1964
    ACLU Symposium, D. M. Burman, “Free Press or Fair Trial,” “Bikel Supreme Court and Great Society,” 10/16/1964 (3 tapes)
    Conservatory Dedication, 10/31/1964
    Alumni Banquet (Conservatory Dedication), 10/31/1964
    +Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "The Future of Integration," 10/22/1964 (2 tapes)

    Subseries 2. Cassette Tapes

Box 1 (cont.)
    Whitney M. Young Jr. (Urban League), “Racial Integration: Problems or Opportunities?” (introduction by President Carr), 11/12/1964
    +Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Commencement Address), 6/14/1965 (2 tapes)
    Stuart Friebert (Senior Assembly), "The Talk,” 4/21/1966 (courtesy of S. Friebert)
    Alumni Luncheon (includes speech by Frederick B. Artz), 6/11/1966
Box 2
    Oberlin College Commencement Exercises, 6/10/1968
    President Kenneth Carr, “Between the Lines,” Carr talks with WKYC-TV 4/27/1969
    A. Rennie Davis, 3/22/1970 (3 tapes)
    +Alumni Luncheon, 5/22/1971
    Pat Broome (Alumni Luncheon), 5/22/1971
    Jesse Philips (Physical Education Department dinner), 5/22/1971
    Gloria Steinem & Margaret Sloan, RE: women’s liberation and racism, 3/9/1972
    Symposium, 5/20/72
    President Robert Fuller (Talk to Administrative and Professional Staff), 6/8/1972
    Women’s Weekend Conference, 10/20/1972
    Howard Cosell, 2/11/1973 (2 tapes)
    Acting President Elsworth Carlson (Address), 9/5/1974
    Emil C. Dannenberg, 9/18/1975
    +Commencement, 5/23/1976 (4 tapes)
    +Art Building Addition Dedication, with Robert Venturi, 1/15/1977
    Robert Fuller, interviewed by Jolie Solomon (OC 1978), 5/10/1978
    Florence Howe, 9/21/1978
    Jim Fixx, “Benefits of Running,” 11/9/1978
    Charles Mosher, “Rethinking Congress,” 11/30/1978
    Barbara Seaman, “Women’s Health Care,” 2/22/1979
    Andrew Young (Commencement Speech), 5/30/1982
    Founder's Day Celebration, 12/2/1983 (3 tapes)
    President Nancy S. Dye (Administrative and Professional Staff Talk) RE: Asia Trip, 3/15/2001 (in RG 37/4)


Subseries 3. CD-ROMs
Box 1
CD- ROMs (generated by Concert Sound)

    Janet McKelvey Swift (OC 1983) Interview, 6/7/1958
    Minoru Yamasaki (Assembly), “Architecture in Our Society,” 4/9/1959
    Martin Luther King, Jr. (Commencement Address), "Remaining Awake Through A Revolution," 6/14/1965
    Gloria Steinem and Margaret Sloan (Assembly), "Sexism and Racism," 3/9/1972
    Alumni Luncheon, 5/22/1971 Commencement, Alex Haley speech and proceedings, 5/23/1976 (3 CDs)


Box 2-3
CD-ROMs (generated by Safe Sound Archive from reel-to-reel recordings)
(user copy – box 2; master copy – box 3 for each title)
    Robert K. Carr (Opening Assembly), 1/14/1960
    Melville Herskovits (Assembly), “African-American Relations: The Next Phase,” 3/30/1961
    Wallace E. Stegner (Honors Day), “Us Poor Christians Got No Lion,” 5/11/1961
    Dr. Max Beloff (Assembly), “The Berlin Crisis,” 10/13/1961
    Dr. Barry Commoner (Assembly), “The Social Responsibility of the Scientist,” 10/19/1961
    John Fischer (Assembly), “What Can College Students Do to Improve American Colleges?” 10/26/1961
    Robert McAfee Brown (Assembly Talk), “Salinger, Steinbeck, and Company – Assyrians in Modern Dress,” 1/12/1962 and (Vespers), “Joy and Concern: A Christian Dilemma,” 1/14/1962
    George S. May (Assembly), “Rousseau as a Man of Letters,” 3/22/1962
    Robert Weinstock (Senior Assembly), “Two Kinds of Truth,” 4/26/1962
    Wolfgang Stechow (Assembly), “Humanities & Science: Cold War or Alliance?” 5/17/1962
    J. Barbash (Assembly), "Outlook for American Unionism," 10/18/1962
    Robert Heilbroner (Assembly), “On the Seriousness of the Future,” 10/25/1962
    August Heckscher (Assembly), “The Arts in the Nation,” 11/8/1962
    William Sloane Coffin, Jr. (Assembly), “The Racial Problem in Christian Perspective,” 2/21/1963
    Robert K. Merton (All-College Assembly), “Anomie and Deviance in Urban Society,” 3/14/1963
    Arthur Berger (Assembly), “Resolving the Stravinsky Paradox,” 3/17/1963
    Henry A. Kissinger (Assembly), “Problems of American Foreign Policy,” 3/22/1963
    Geoffrey T. Blodgett (Senior Assembly), “The Third American Revolution,” 5/16/1963; see also 30/263
    Margaret Mead (Assembly), “The Role of the College-Educated Woman on Today’s Society,” 10/10/1963
    Samuel Lubell (Assembly), “1964 –The Year of Republican Decision,” 10/31/1963
    Robert Shaw (Assembly), “Reminiscences of the Russian Tour,” 11/7/1963
    Roy Wilkins (Assembly), “The Emancipation Revolution,” 11/21/1963
    John F. Kennedy Memorial Service, 11/22/1963
    Tom Wicker (Assembly), “Politics in 1964 and After,” 1/16/1964
    Milton Friedman (Assembly), “Intentions vs. Results in Economic Policy,” 3/26/1964
    Nathan Greenburg (Senior Assembly Talk), "The Mockery of Conventions," 4/30/1964
    Richard Schoonmaker (Assembly), “The Whole is Simpler than its Parts,” 5/14/1964
    Vinio Rossi (Assembly), “The Final Trauma,” 5/21/1964
    Harry Golden (Assemby), “What Does the American Liberal Want?” 10/8/1964


Box 4-5 (User copies box 4; preservation masters box 5)
    Martin Luther King, Jr. (speech & forum), “The Future of Integration,” 10/22/1964
    Robert Weaver (Assembly), “Recent Developments in Urban Renewal,” 12/11/1964
    Donald Fleming (Assembly), “Science and the New American Power Structure,” 1/14/1965
    Walter Heller (Assembly), “Economic Policies for Prosperity,” 3/25/1965
    C. Wright Morris (Assembly), “Post-diluvian Musings on a Surrealistic Landscape,” 4/15/1965
    Richard Neustadt (Assembly), “The American Presidency: Into the Johnson Years,” 4/22/1965
    Commencement Symposium on Student Unrest, “The American College Campus Today: Involvement or Apathy?” 6/12/1965
    Harrison A. Williams Jr. (Assembly), “Expressions of our Faith in the Great Society,” 10/7/1965
    Wayne Morse (Assembly), “Does American Foreign Policy Wear a False Mask,” 10/28/1965
    Michael Novak (Assembly), “Belief and Unbelief,” 11/11/1965
    Rollo May (Assembly Talk), “Personal Identity in an Anonymous World,” 1/13/1966
    Mario di Bonaventura, “The Ordeal of Contemporary Music,” 2/24/1966
    Philleo Nash (Assembly), “The American Indians Today,” 3/10/1966
    Sidney Hook (Assembly), “Intelligence and Human Rights,” 3/24/1966
    Robert Tufts (Assembly), “… Regions Hitherto Unexplored,” 5/26/1966
    King Building Dedication, 6/11/1966
    Donald M. Love (Freshman Seminar), “History and Tradition at Oberlin,” 9/26/1966
    Max Lerner (Assembly Talk), “Is American Civilization Healthy or Sick?” 9/29/1966
    William Sloan Coffin, Jr. (Assembly), “From Ivory Tower to Control Tower,” 10/27/1966
    Edwin O. Reischauer (Assembly), “Japan’s Role in Asia,” 11/3/1966
    William E. Stevenson (Assembly), “Return, Report, Reminisce,” 4/6/1967
    David P. Young, “Hello, Catullus,” 4/20/1967
    Ellen H. E. Johnson (Assembly), “A Little Leniency,” 4/27/1967
    Andrew Bongiorno (Assembly), “Tempus Abire,” 5/25/1967
    Edward L. Long (Freshman Seminar), Keynote Seminar on Liberal Arts, 9/14/1967
    Milton Friedman (Assembly), “The Free Market and Participatory Democracy,” 10/5/1967
    John Cage (Assembly), “Answers,” 11/4/1967


Box 6-7
    Samuel Lubell (Mock Convention Symposium), “Chances of Republican Victory in the South in 1968,” 1/12/1968
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Services, 4/5/1968
    Robert Tufts (Assembly), “Immediacy,” 5/16/1968
    Ralph Ellison (Assembly), “Black Consciousness,” 1/7/1969
    Robert E. Neil (Senior Assembly), “The Relevant Issue,” 2/6/1969
    Harrison Salisbury (Assembly), “After Vietnam – What?” 3/20/1969
    Stewart Udall (Assembly), “The Value of Revolution: Changing America’s Priorities,” 9/16/1969
    Kenneth B. Clark (Assembly), “Black Awareness and American Racism,” 9/18/1969
    Vietnam Assembly, 10/15/1969
    Vietnam Moratorium Panel, 10/15/1969
    Ronald Suny (Senior Assembly), “Work, Study, Get Ahead, Kill,” 10/16/1969
    Julian Bond (Question and Answer), “What’s Next?” 12/4/1969
    Dr. Lucian Pye (Assembly), Re: Communist China, 2/19/1970
    Thomas Sherman (Senior Assembly), “The Community of Nature,” 2/26/1970
    Gary Snyder (Assembly), “A Program of Readings,” 4/16/1970
    Olly W. Wilson, Jr. (Assembly), “How Long – Not Long!” 4/23/1970
    Jesse Jackson (Commencement), 5/25/1970
    Robert W. Fuller (Faculty Meeting), 4/20/1971
    Robert W. Fuller (Student Meeting), 4/20/1971
    Robert W. Fuller (Assembly RE: changes to come), 9/14/1971
    Education Commission Special Assembly, 9/28/1971
    Roy Lucas (Assembly), “Abortion and the Law,” 9/30/1971
    Mudd Library Groundbreaking, 10/19/1971
    Mrs. Kathleen Cleaver (open forum on Middle East women’s liberation and role of communications in revolution), 11/11/1971
    Clyde Holbrook (Senior Assembly), “Changes in Education,” 4/6/1972
    Claes Oldenburg, 5/20/1972
    John W. Kurtz (Assembly), “What’s in a Name: Why Oberlin?” 9/14/1972
    Staughton Lynd (Assembly), “Socialism and History,” 9/28/1972
    Herbert Blau (RE: the 20th century and context for the 1972 election), 11/9/1972

Box 8-9 (User copies box 8; preservation masters box 9)
    Education Facilities Laboratories Conference; includes Geoffrey Blodgett, Bayley Mason, and Allen Green, 2/26-27/1973 (3 CDs)
    Michael Harrington (Commencement), 5/27/1973
    Ramsey Clark, “Three Pillars of Integrity: Freedom, Equality and Justice,” 10/4/1973
    Robert Tufts (Noon Assembly), “Divine Right,” 10/18/1973
    David Love (Senior Assembly), “Price and Prejudice,” 11/29/1973
    Shirley Chisholm, “The Social Revolution in America: The Vital role of Minorities and Women in American Social Institutions,” 2/28/1974
    Allard Lowenstein (Noon Assembly), “Impeachment and Afterwards," 3/12/1974
    Jimmy Breslin (RE: politics and journalism), 4/4/1974
    Cesar Chavez (RE: history of United Farmworkers’ Union in California), 4/5/1974
    Ralph Nader (Noon Assembly), “Citizens Should Be Involved in Their Government,” 10/3/1974
    N. Scott Momaday, “The American Indian in Conflict,” 2/5/1975
    Selma James, “Sex, Race and Class,” 11/30/1976
    Art Building Addition Dedication, with Robert Venturi, 1/15/1977
    Angela Davis (People’s Conference on South Africa), 4/23/1977
    Andrew Sarris (Assembly), “The American Cinema,” 2/9/1978
    Albert J. McQueen (Assembly), 5/4/1978
    Robert W. Fuller, 5/11/1978
    Rich Orloff, “Oberlin and Television: Why Neither Prepares You for the Other,” 11/2/1978
    Betty Friedan (Assembly), “Women and Men: New Questions,” 5/7/1979
    Toni Morrison (Assembly—a reading), 11/21/1979
    Ronald Suny (Assembly), 5/14/1981
    Wendell Berry, “People, Land and Community,” 2/24/1983
    John Kenneth Galbraith, “Economics in Our Time: The Age of Organization,” 3/8/1983
    John Cage, “James Joyce, Marcel Duchamps and Erik Satie: An Alphabet,” 4/16/1983
    Alumni Sesquicentennial Symposium, Session I, “A Changing World,” 5/28/1983 (2 CDs)
    Alumni Sesquicentennial Symposium, Session II, 5/29/1983 (2 CDs)
    Alumni Sesquicentennial Symposium, Session III, 5/29/1983 (2 CDs)
Series 2. Photographic Media
      Subseries 1. Contact Sheets

Box 1
Contact Sheets
    Contact Sheets, 1959-73 (14f)

    Subseries 2. Negatives

Box 1
Negatives
    Negatives, ca. 1950-85

    Subseries 3. Photographic Prints

* Listed here, but housed in record group 32 *
(There are also some prints housed with negatives in Box 1.)
    Subseries 4. Slides

Box 1
Slides
    Allen Art Museum, 1962-77
    Academic Buildings, 1961-77
    Administrative Buildings, 1972
    Arboretum, 1976
    Cafeterias, 1976
    Campus Life, 1968-76
Box 2
    Classes, Labs, Field Trips, 1971-77
    College Seal, 1972
    Commencement, 1976, 1977
    Computing Center, 1969-75

Box 3
    Conservatory, 1965-77

Box 4
    Dormitories, 1963-77
    Dormitory Life, 1972-78
    Events and Entertainment, 1971-77

Box 5
    Faculty and Staff, 1972-77
    Finney Chapel, 1963-68
    Inter-Arts, 1968-77
    Meetings and Symposiums, 1974-76
    Memorial Arch, 1972-78

Box 6
    Physical Education, 1970-78

Box 7
    Seeley G. Mudd Library (includes Carnegie), 1968-77
    Student Candids, 1968-78

Box 8
    Tappan Square, 1968-78
    Tappan Rocks, 1967-72
    Town of Oberlin, 1972-78
    Wilder Hall and Bowl, 1968-77

Box 9
    Rediscovery of the Underground Railroad, 1980
    Commencement, 1983, 1984
    Buildings, 1979-83
    Trustees, 1980
    Commencement, 1998?-2000 [2001/011]
Series 3. Flat Art

Subseries 1.

Box 1
Logos and headings designs by Joan Anderson, ca. 1984 [2009/044]
Prints of college buildings by Cheri Haskell, 1988-1991, and layout of prints with descriptive text [2010/030]

Subseries 2. Watercolors

Case II, Drawer 13
Conservatory viewbook cover art by Jerry Kalback, ca. 1999
Campus map art by Lorenz Studio, ca. 2004 [2009/048]
 
 
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