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Chancellor John E. Corbally Records

A description of the records at the Syracuse University Archives

Summary

Creator: Corbally, John E. (John Edward), 1924-2004.
Title: Chancellor John E. Corbally Records
Dates: 1966-1992
Size: 22 linear feet
Abstract: Records of Chancellor Corbally of Syracuse University
Language: English
Repository: University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Ave., Suite 600
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://archives.syr.edu

Biography

John E. Corbally, Jr. (1924-2004) was the eighth Chancellor of Syracuse University. He served as Chancellor for two years (1969-1971) and under his brief tenure the University was faced with financial deficits and student unrest.

Portrait of John E. Corbally, Jr.

Corbally served in the United States Navy between 1943 and 1946. He received his bachelor's degree in 1947 and received his master's degree in 1950, both from the University of Washington. While pursuing his graduate degrees he taught chemistry at Clover Park High School in Tacoma, Washington until 1950 and then was the principal of Twin City High School in Stanwood, Washington. In 1953 Corbally moved on to work as a consultant at the University of California while working on his Ph.D. In 1955, he received his doctorate in educational administration and finance at the University of California, Berkeley. He served as an education professor and in various administrative positions at Ohio State University from 1955-1969.

Upon beginning his tenure at Syracuse University in September of 1969, Corbally's first order of business was to restructure the administration. He added a provost and several vice chancellors, including the vice chancellors of Academic Affairs, Administrative Operations and Student Affairs, as well as several vice president positions. Previously, the University had only one vice chancellor.

Corbally joined the University at a time of difficulties, including a significant financial deficit. With the help of Ronald Brady, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Operations, Corbally created a strategy to move Syracuse University toward a more stable financial position. Their plan included a 5% increase in tuition and a 1% increase in enrollment.

The financial issue was not the only crisis the University was facing during Corbally's short term. Under Corbally's predecessor, Chancellor Tolley, a group of Syracuse University students contested the presence of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) on Syracuse University's campus. The ROTC provided students college credits while preparing them for military officer commissions. For some Syracuse University students who opposed the Vietnam War and the draft, the ROTC was a representation of the war effort on their own college campus. Students also protested that the ROTC was within the College of Liberal Arts, a program that they argued was the antithesis to the values of a liberal arts education, and that ROTC students received academic credit for their military courses. Tolley, who was known to have little tolerance for student protests and demands, was not receptive to the students' requests. When Corbally took over, the issue was still being discussed. After a long debate, Corbally announced to the University Senate that "the need to remove this item from our current agenda" was so great that he made the unilateral decision to "begin positive steps toward the improvement of ROTC programs." These improvements included restructuring the ROTC under the Division of General University Programs while allowing the program to continue offering academic credit for its courses. Corbally's decision to engage in the same unilateral in loco parentis style of administration that Chancellor Tolley was known for only increased the distrust that students had for the new administration.

Complicating matters even more for Corbally were the national student protests against the war in Vietnam. On May 4, 1970, four students were killed in a protest at Kent State University while participating in the National Student Strike. This event added to the unrest on campuses across the country, including at Syracuse University. As part of their own participation in the National Student Strike, Syracuse University student protesters held mass rallies on the Quad, organized teach-ins, barricaded entrances to campus, broke windows, marched peacefully downtown, and staged a sit-in in the Administration Building (now the Tolley Humanities Building). In light of the protests, classes were largely canceled for the remaining days of the semester. Corbally believed that allowing the students to protest would prevent violence of the kind seen at Kent State and on other university campuses. Through cooperation with the Syracuse city police, Corbally's strategies ensured a mostly peaceful protest.

The 1970 Student Strike was not the only significant instance of student unrest. Years of alleged racism within the Syracuse University football team culminated with a demand from Black football players that the University confront the issue. Nine Black football team members urged Corbally to discuss athletic practices as well as follow through with the employment of a Black assistant football coach. When these demands were not met, the nine players, mistakenly known as Syracuse 8, boycotted practice in the spring of 1970. Because of the boycott, during the summer of 1970 Coach Ben Schwartzwalder suspended the players. However, Corbally directed him to hire a Black assistant football coach and to reach out to the suspended football players to discuss their status for the upcoming season. Schwartzwalder hired a Black assistant coach, yet the Black players believed that their other grievances were not addressed. Schwartzwalder offered two of the players the option to return to the team; only one did, and the other rejoined the protesting players. Three of the players filed a complaint with the Human Rights Commission, who recommended that both the players and the coaching staff work together to resolve their issues. Corbally agreed and in September reinstated the Black football players, but only if they signed a statement that justified their suspension. But the Syracuse 8 did not agree with the language of the statement, and they believed that the white football staff and players were coerced into accepting them back. They continued their boycott. Corbally also established a commission to investigate the allegations of racism. In December, the commission's report found that racism was "real, chronic, [but] largely unintentional." Shortly after the commission's report was released Corbally replaced the Administrative Board on Athletics with the Athletic Policy Board, which included student members. The Syracuse 8 never played the 1970 season.

Corbally resigned from Syracuse University in 1971 when he accepted the position of president of the University of Illinois, where he remained until 1979. In 1980, the board of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation in Chicago named Corbally as its first president.

Note: Much of the material in this biographical note was drawn from Syracuse University: The Eggers Years by John Robert Greene (1996).

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Scope and Content Note

The Chancellor John E. Corbally Records document the tenure of Syracuse University Chancellor Corbally and his administration. The collection is arranged into five series: Administrative files, Audiovisual materials, Correspondence-subject files, Memorabilia, and Writings.

Administrative files includes agendas, minutes, and reports. Represented in this series are the activities of University committees, the Board of Trustees, and University Senate. The series also includes the work of the Athletic Policy Board, which was established following an investigation into Black players' allegations of racism on the University football team.

Audiovisual materials contains three audio recordings of Corbally. Two are of Corbally's press conference on December 10, 1970, where he discussed the commission's report on racism. The other is from 1992 of Corbally discussing his time as Syracuse University chancellor.

Correspondence-subject files comprises the bulk of the collection. Materials in this series include correspondence, newspaper clippings, telegrams, petitions, and reports. The materials address a myriad of University-related issues and topics, especially student protests and unrest on the campus. Several folders of correspondence concern the Student Strike of May 1970 and the debate over the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC). Additionally, several folders document the protest of nine Black members of the Syracuse University football team, commonly known as the Syracuse 8. Parents, alumni, donors, and students wrote to Corbally to express their opinions of the protest and the players. There is also correspondence about the formation of the newly created African American Studies program.

Memorabilia includes appointment books, awards, citations, greeting cards, invitations, programs, and photographs. Also included are materials relating to Corbally's inauguration as Chancellor.

Writings consists of Corbally's memoranda and speeches. Also included is a folder of holiday greetings that Corbally wrote, presumably for distribution to the Syracuse University student body.

Please note that names of colleges, schools, and departments appear in the inventory under the name of their subject area (for example: Fine Arts, Department of).

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Please note some materials in this collection are restricted in accordance with the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Access to recordings requires advance notice to produce a use copy.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from the Syracuse University Archives and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

The Archives has a portrait file and a clippings file on Chancellor Corbally. There are also audio tapes of some of Corbally's press conferences that can be found in the Audiovisual Collection in the Archives.

More information relating to the Football Boycott can be found in the Syracuse 8 Collection or in the clippings file in the Archives.

There is a Syracuse 8 digital exhibition that includes several documents from Chancellor Corbally's records.

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Selected Search Terms

Names

Corbally, John E. (John Edward), 1924-2004.
Eggers, Melvin A.
Johnson, John L.
Schwartzwalder, Ben, 1909-1993.
Splete, Allen P.
Tolley, William Pearson, 1900-1996.
Syracuse University -- Chancellors.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University.
United States. -- Army. -- Reserve Officers' Training Corps.

Subjects

African American football players.
Anti-war demonstrations.
Civil rights movements.
College sports.
Commencement ceremonies.
Football -- History.
Racism in sports.
Student strikes.
Students -- Political activity.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
College administrators.
Higher education.

Types of material

Academic addresses (documents)
Administrative reports.
Audiotapes.
Awards.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Financial records.
Memorabilia.
Minutes (administrative records)
Photographs.
Slides (photographs)
Sound recordings.
Speeches (documents)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Chancellor John E. Corbally Records,
University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Transfer from the Office of the Chancellor in June of 1971.

Processing Information

This collection was processed in 2021 by Dane Flansburgh. Materials were placed in acid-free folders and boxes. Photocopies were made of original newspaper clippings, which were then discarded.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Anna Smallwood
Date: 2015
Revision history: 12 Nov 2021 - collection processed (DTF)

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Inventory

Administrative files
Box 1 Administrative board on athletics 1969-1970
Box 1 Assembly on university governance 1970-1971
Box 1 Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York 1970 (2 folders)
Box 1 Athletic Policy Board 1971
Board of Trustees
Box 1 Agendas, annual and fall meetings 1966-1971
Box 1 Chancellor's report on racism 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 1 Committees, list of members 1969-1971
Box 1 Communication from Corbally 1970
Box 1 LeFevre, Dewitt, Secretary 1969-1970
Box 1 O'Day, Royal L., Chairman 1970-1971
Box 1 Past lists of members 1969-1971
Box 39 Traditions commission 1968-1970
Committees
Box 1 Academic planning committee 1969-1970
Box 1 Chancellor selection committee 1971
Box 1 Finance and investment committee 1970-1971
Box 1 Insurance committee 1970
Box 2 Parking committee 1969-1970
Box 2 Senate agenda committee 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 2 Design board 1969-1971
Box 2 Enrollment statistics 1968-1970 (3 folders)
Box 2 Financial statements and summary 1970 (3 folders)
Box 2 Preparatory Commission on Governance 1970 (3 folders)
Box 3 Preparatory Commission on Governance 1970 (2 folders)
Box 3 Standard operating procedures 1969-1970 (3 folders)
Box 3 United Community Chest 1969-1970 (3 folders)
Box 3 University Senate 1969-1970 (5 folders)
Box 4 University Senate 1970-1971 (10 folders)
Audiovisual materials
Box 41 Dr. John Corbally with Bruce Yenawine Wednesday May 6, 1992 (Audio cassette; running time 1:07:00) (ID#: sua_corbally_j_003)
Box 41 Dr. John Corbally's Press Conference - Commission Report on Racism 12/10/1970 (Audio cassette) (ID#: sua_corbally_j_002)
Side 1 & 2: Dr. John Corbally's Press Conference - Commission Report on Racism. Additional note by the audio engineer reads: Dr. John Corbally; Dr. John L. Johnson [?], Alan Stem, dialogue, editor.
Box 41 Dr. John Corbally's Press Conference, Press Club Re: Commission Report on Racism 12/10/1970 (1/4 inch audio tape; running time 54:00) (ID#: sua_corbally_j_001)
Correspondence-subject files
Box 4 Academic Communication Corps 1969-1970
Box 4 Academic Innovation, Task Force for 1970 (2 folders)
Box 5 Academic Innovation, Task Force for 1970 (3 folders)
Box 39 Academic Resources, Office of 1970 (2 folders)
Box 5 Adirondack conference centers 1969
Box 5 Admissions, Dean of 1969-1971
Box 5 Afro-American Studies 1969-1971 (5 folders)
Box 40 Afro-American Studies 1969-1970
RESTRICTED: Restricted in accordance with the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Box 5 Ahrens, Conrad F. 1969-1971
Box 5 Alpha Phi Omega 1970 (2 folders)
Box 5 Alumni news 1969-1970
Box 5 Alumni programs 1969-1971
Box 5 Ambassador Apartments 1969
Box 5 American Council on Education 1971
Box 6 American Management Association, Inc. 1969-1970
Box 6 Association of American Colleges 1969
Box 6 Architecture, School of, deanship 1969-1970
Box 6 Architectural barriers project 1969-1970
Box 6 Argosy house 1970-1971
Box 6 Armed forces 1970-1971
Box 6 Army comptrollership school 1970
Box 6 Arts and Sciences, College of 1971
Box 6 Association of American Colleges 1969-1970 (2 folders)
Box 7 Association of American Universities 1969-1971 (8 folders)
Box 7 Athletics, Department of 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 7 Ac-al, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 8 Al-Au, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 8 American, miscellaneous 1969-1970 - correspondence with organizations that begin with "American"
Box 8 Bacteriology and Botany, Department of 1970
Box 8 Baldwin, Paul C. 1970-1971
Box 8 Barnes, Curtis L. 1970-1971
Box 8 Bartlett, Kenneth G. 1969-1971 - Special Assistant to the Chancellor (4 folders)
Box 8 Biology, Department of 1969-1971
Box 8 Black athletes 1970 (4 folders)
Box 9 Black athletes 1970 (13 folders)
Box 10 Bond, Schoeneck and King 1970-1971 (4 folders)
Box 39 Bond, Schoeneck and King 1971
Box 10 Bouton, Leon W. 1969-1970
Box 10 Bookstore 1969-1971
Box 10 Boy Scouts of America 1969-1971
Box 10 Brady, Ronald W. 1969-1970 - Vice Chancellor of Administrative Operations (9 folders)
Box 11 Brady, Ronald W. 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 11 Bureau of School Service 1969-1971
Box 11 Business, College of 1969-1970 (2 folders)
Box 11 Business Administration, College of, deanship 1969-1970
Box 11 B, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (5 folders)
Box 11 The cabinet 1971
Box 11 Carleton, Jim G. 1969-1970 - Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Box 12 Carleton, Jim G. 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 40 Carleton, Jim G. 1969-1970
RESTRICTED: Restricted in accordance with the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Box 12 Centennial 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 12 Century Club 1969-1971
Box 12 Chandler, Merritt C. 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 12 Chappell, Charles E. 1969-1971
Box 12 Charters, Alexander N. 1969-1970 - Vice President for Continuing Education (3 folders)
Box 12 Chemistry, Department of 1969-1971
Citizenship, Maxwell School of
See Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
Box 12 Clark, William S. 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 12 Colway, Victor J. 1969-1970 - Vice President for Business Management (2 folders)
Box 12 Commencement 1970
Box 13 Commencement 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 13 Community Chest, United Fund 1969-1971
Box 13 Community Internship Program 1971
Box 13 Comptroller 1969-1971
Box 13 Connor, John T. 1969
Box 13 Corporate and Foundation Programs 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 13 Council on Financial Aid to Education 1970
Box 13 Council on the University Environment 1969-1970
Box 13 Coyne, W. Carroll 1970-1971
Box 13 Crown [Mrs.] 1970 - trustee, first name unknown
Box 13 Cutter, Robert W. 1970-1971
Box 13 C, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 14 Daily orange 1969-1971
Box 14 Davison, Donald F. 1969-1971
Box 14 Dean of Men 1969-1971
Box 14 Dean of Women 1969-1971
Box 14 Deans and directors 1970
Box 14 Dialog 1970-1971
Box 14 Dillon, George S. 1970
Box 14 Disciplinary board 1971
Box 14 Dolan, T. Frank 1970
Box 14 Drama, Department of 1969-1970
Box 14 Drumlins 1969-1971
Box 14 D, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 14 Eastern African Studies 1969
Box 14 Economics, Department of 1970-1971
Box 14 Education, School of 1969-1970 (3 folders)
Box 15 Education, School of 1970
Box 15 Educational and Cultural Center Serving Onondaga and Oswego Counties (ECCO) 1970-1971
Box 15 Educational Policy Research Center 1969
Box 15 Eggers, Melvin A. 1970-1971 - Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs and Provost (2 folders)
Box 15 Empire State Chamber of Congress 1970-1971
Box 15 Engineering, College of 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 15 English, Department of 1969-1971
Box 15 Environmental Studies 1969-1970
Box 16 E, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 16 Facilities planning office 1969-1971
Box 16 Faculty 1970
Box 16 Faculty Club 1969
Box 16 Feinstone, Sol 1968-1970
Box 16 Film library 1970
Box 16 Financial aid 1969-1971
Box 40 Financial aid 1969-1971
RESTRICTED: Restricted in accordance with the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Box 16 Fine Arts, Department of 1970
Box 16 Five Associated University Libraries 1970 (2 folders)
Box 16 Food service 1969-1970 (2 folders)
Football
See Black athletes; Athletics, Department of.
Box 16 Football, Chancellor's box 1969-1970
Box 16 Ford Foundation 1969-1970
Box 16 Forestry, College of 1969-1970 (2 folders)
Box 17 Forestry, College of 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 17 Fulbright 1969
Box 17 F, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 17 Galbraith, Ralph A. 1969-1970 - Vice Provost for Planning (2 folders)
Box 17 General Electric 1970-1971
Box 17 Geography, Department of 1969-1970
Box 17 Geology, Department of 1969-1970
Box 17 Glenn, Burvil H. 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 17 Gobert, D. L., ACE intern 1970
Box 17 Gouldin, Paul C. 1970
Box 17 Graduate School 1969-1971
Box 18 Graduate Student Organization 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 18 Grant, Arnold M. 1969-1970
Box 18 Greater Syracuse Chamber of Congress 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 18 G, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 18 Hendricks Chapel 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 18 Hendricks Fund 1969-1970
Box 18 Hirsch, Howard C. 1970
Box 18 History, Department of 1969-1971
Box 18 Holm, Melvin C. 1970
Box 18 Home Economics, College of 1969-1970
Box 18 Honey, John C. 1969 - Vice President for Sponsored Programs
Box 19 Honey, John C. 1969-1971 - Vice President for Sponsored Programs (5 folders)
Box 19 Honorary degree candidates 1969-1971
Box 19 Honorary degree citations 1970-1971
Box 19 Honorary degree recipients 1971
Box 19 Honors program 1969-1970
Box 19 Hoople, Gordon D. 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 19 Hurdman and Cranstown, Penny and Co. 1969
Box 19 H, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 19 IBM 1969-1970
Box 19 Instructional Communications 1970
Box 20 Interfraternity Council 1969-1970
Box 20 International Association of Universities 1969-1971
Box 20 International Programs Abroad, Division of 1970
Box 20 International Student Office 1969-1970
Box 20 I, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 20 Johnson, Norris O. 1970-1971
Box 20 Journalism, School of 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 20 J, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 20 K, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 20 Laubach Literacy Inc. 1969-1970
Box 20 Laboratory of Sensory Communication 1969-1970
Box 21 Law, College of 1969-1971 (5 folders)
Box 21 Lee, George W. 1969 - trustee
Box 21 LeFevre, Dewitt 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 21 Legislative material 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 21 Le Moyne College 1969-1970
Box 21 Liberal Arts, School of 1966-1970 (2 folders)
Box 21 Libraries 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 22 Library Associates 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 22 Library Science, School of 1968-1971 (4 folders)
Box 22 Link, Marion and Edwin 1969, 1971
Box 22 Love, Frank C. 1970
Box 22 Loveland, B. Churchill 1970
Box 22 Lubin, Joseph I. 1969-1971
Box 22 Machold, Earle J. 1970 - trustee
Box 22 MacNaughton, Donald S. 1970
Box 22 Manley, George 1969-1971 - trustee
Box 22 Mathematics, Department of 1969-1971
Box 22 Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 22 Melvin, Crandall Sr. 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 22 Meredith, L. Douglass 1969-1971
Box 23 Methodist church 1969-1971
Box 23 Methodist related University Presidents, Conferences 1969-1970
Box 23 Metropolitan Development Association 1970
Box 23 Mid-Hudson Consortium 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 23 Mid-Hudson Consortium (Winters) 1969-1970 (4 folders)
Box 23 Middle States Association 1970-1971
Box 23 Music, School of 1969-1970
Box 24 Music, School of 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 24 M, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 24 Newhouse, S.I. 1970-1971
Box 24 Newing, Ralph L. 1969-1970
Box 24 News Bureau 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 24 Nursing, School of 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 25 Nursing, School of 1971
Box 25 Nursing, School of 1969 - self-evaluation
Box 25 O'Day, Royal L. 1969-1970
Box 25 Odom, Warren G. 1970 - trustee
Box 25 Onondaga Community College 1970-1971
Box 25 Onondagan 1970-1971
Box 25 O, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 25 Parents Association 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 25 Paul Buiar Associates, Inc. 1970
Box 25 Pelton, Russell G. 1970-1971
Box 25 Personnel, Director of 1969-1970
Box 25 Phi Beta Kappa 1969
Box 25 Philosophy, Department of 1970
Box 26 Physical Education for Men 1969-1971
Box 26 Physical Education for Women 1969-1970
Box 26 Physical plant 1969-1971
Box 26 Physics, Department of 1971
Box 26 Piskor, Frank P. 1969-1971
Box 26 Political Science, Department of 1969-1970
Box 26 Porter Foundation 1970-1971
Box 26 Post-Standard 1969-1971
Box 26 Price, Olive B. 1970 - trustee
Box 26 Progressive People, Inc. 1970
Box 26 Projection '70 1969-1970 (2 folders)
Box 26 Promethean 1969-1970
Box 26 Psychology, Department of 1969-1971
Box 26 Publications Office 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Public Affairs, Maxwell School of
See Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
Box 26 Purchasing 1969-1970
Box 26 Pa-Ph miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 27 Pi-Pu miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 27 Q, miscellaneous 1969-1970
Box 27 Reading and Language Arts Center 1969-1970
Box 27 Real estate acquisition 1969-1970
Box 27 Registrar 1969-1971
Box 27 Religion, Department of 1969-1971
Box 27 Retirements 1970
Box 27 Romance Languages, Department of 1970
Box 27 Rossman, Newell W. 1969-1971 - Vice Chancellor for University Relations
Box 27 ROTC 1969-1970 (8 folders)
Box 28 ROTC 1970 (4 folders)
Box 28 The Rosamond Gifford Charitable Foundation 1970-1971
Box 28 R miscellaneous 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 40 Safety and security 1969
RESTRICTED: Restricted in accordance with the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Box 28 Salzberg, Murray M. 1970
Box 28 Scanlans 1970
Box 28 School Service, Bureau of 1969
Box 28 Shaffer, Dorattica 1970-1971
Box 28 Shell Companies Foundation 1969-1971
Box 28 Six Universities Group, New York 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 28 Social Science, Department of 1969-1970
Box 28 Social Work, School of 1969
Box 29 Social Work, School of 1969-1970 (3 folders)
Box 29 Social Work, School of 1969 - accreditation reaffirmation (2 folders)
Box 29 Sociology, Department of 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 29 South Asia program 1969-1970
Box 29 Spector, Joseph 1970 - trustee
Box 29 Speech and Dramatic Art, School of 1969-1970
Box 29 Splete, Allen P. 1969-1970 - Academic Affairs (3 folders)
Box 30 Sponsored Programs, Office of 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 30 State University of New York 1969-1971
Box 30 Staff 1970
Box 30 Student activity fees 1970-1971 (3 folders)
Box 30 Student government 1969-1970 (7 folders)
Box 30 Student health services 1970-1971
Box 31 Student strike 1970 (12 folders)
Box 32 Student strike 1970 (8 folders)
Box 32 Summer sessions 1969-1971
Syracuse 8
See Black athletes.
Box 32 Syracuse Herald-Journal 1970
Box 32 Syracuse University Press 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 32 Syracuse University Research Corporation 1969
Box 33 Syracuse University Research Corporation 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 33 Syracuse University Research Corporation Policy Institute 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Box 33 Syracuse, City of 1969-1970
Box 33 Syracuse-Onondaga County Planning Commission 1969
Box 33 Systems and Information Science 1969-1970
Box 33 S, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 33 Tau Theta Upsilon 1969
Box 33 Television-radio 1969-1971 - correspondence with local television and radio networks
Box 33 Tolley, William P. 1969-1970
Box 33 Touchstone 1970
Box 34 T, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 34 United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 1970
Box 34 University Club, New York 1970
Box 34 University Club, Syracuse 1969
Box 34 University College 1969-1970
Box 34 University College, Dean's visits 1969-1970
Box 34 University Hill Corporation 1970
Box 34 University of Pittsburgh 1969-1970
Box 34 The University of the State of New York, The State Education Department 1969-1971 (3 folders)
Box 34 University Union 1969-1970 (2 folders)
Box 34 Upstate Medical Center 1969-1970
Box 35 Upstate Medical Center 1970
Box 35 Utica College 1969-1971 (7 folders)
Box 35 Utica College, Foundation 1969-1971
Box 35 Utica College, Presidency 1969-1970
Box 35 U, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 36 Varsity Club 1970-1971
Box 36 Vice Chancellor search committee 1970
Box 36 Vietnam moratorium 1969
Box 36 V, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Box 36 West Virginia University 1969-1970
Box 36 Winkelman, Dwight 1969-1971 - trustee
Box 36 WAER 1969-1970
Box 36 Ward, Ralph W. 1969-1970 - trustee
Box 36 Warr, Robert E. 1970 - trustee
Box 36 Warren, Lawrence S. 1970-1971
Box 36 WCNY-TV 1970
Box 36 Weeden, Morris S. 1969-1971
Box 36 William Pearson Tolley Medal for Distinguished Leadership in Adult Education 1966-1970
Box 36 Wingate, Francis A. 1969-1971 - Vice President and Treasurer (4 folders)
Box 36 W, miscellaneous 1969-1971 (4 folders)
Box 37 Youth Development Center 1969 (3 folders)
Box 37 XYZ, miscellaneous 1969-1971
Memorabilia
Box 37 Alumni award recipients 1970
Box 37 Appointment books 1969-1970 (2 items)
Box 37 Arents alumni medal 1969-1970
Box 37 Arents medal citations 1970
Box 37 Centennial citations 1969-1970
Centennial medals awarded to others
Oversize 1 Glynn, Frederick K. 1970
Oversize 1 Haft, Morris W 1970
Oversize 1 Mezger, Gustav A. 1970
Oversize 1 Schoepflin, Paul H. 1970
Oversize 1 Stuhr, William S. 1970
Oversize 1 Warren, Lawrence S. 1970
Box 37 Christmas cards 1970
Box 37 Honors convocation 1969-1971
Box 37 Inauguration of John E. Corbally 1969-1970 - programs and invitations (4 folders)
Box 38 Photographs of Corbally circa 1970
Box 38 Slides 1970
Writings
Box 38 Holiday greetings circa 1970
Box 38 Memoranda 1969-1970
Box 38 Speeches 1969-1971 (4 folders)

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