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Chancellor William P. Tolley Records

An inventory of his records at the Syracuse University Archives

Summary

Creator: Tolley, William Pearson, 1900-1996.
Title: Chancellor William P. Tolley Records
Dates: 1936-1969
Size: 174 boxes (102 linear feet)
Abstract: Records pertaining to Chancellor William P. Tolley
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

William Pearson Tolley (1900-1996) was the seventh Chancellor of Syracuse University. He served as Chancellor for twenty-seven years (1942-1969) and under his tenure enrollments and endowments profoundly grew, several buildings were constructed, and the University was transformed into one of the nation's largest private universities.

Portrait of William P. Tolley, 1942

Tolley graduated from Binghamton High School as valedictorian of his class in 1918 and went on to attend Syracuse University. Upon graduating from Syracuse University in 1922, he entered the Drew Theological Seminary in New Jersey and took classes at Columbia University and Syracuse University. In 1924, he earned a Master of Philosophy degree from Syracuse University and was ordained a deacon. In 1925, he married Ruth Canfield, with whom he had three children. The same year, he obtained a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Drew University and went on to earn his master's degree and his doctorate from Columbia in 1927 and 1930.

While serving as the first dean of Brothers College at Drew University, thirty-year-old Tolley was elected president of Allegheny College and became the youngest college president in the country. It was at Allegheny College that he developed a reputation for revitalizing colleges in financial trouble. He lifted the college out of debt, secured a large endowment, and made changes to the curriculum. For this reason, the Syracuse University Board of Trustees' nominating committee saw Tolley as an excellent candidate to replace Chancellor William Pratt Graham, who was stepping down in the midst of World War II and the resulting decline in college enrollment.

On November 14, 1942, Tolley was inaugurated seventh Chancellor of Syracuse University, the second alumnus to serve in that capacity. Much of the first decade of Tolley's tenure was dedicated to adapting the University to meet the needs of students in the military and returning veterans. Many citizens of Syracuse criticized some of Tolley's early acts as Chancellor during these wartime years. For example, he accepted sixty-five Japanese-American students who were released from internment camps to attend Syracuse University on scholarships from religious organizations. While the previous chancellor refused to consider adopting cadet training programs, Tolley believed that the University "could not survive without students, and that meant boys in uniform." Female students were also called to train for war service at the University, enlisting in the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps and Cadet Nurse Corps. Understanding that the war effort desperately needed nurses, Tolley established Syracuse University's nursing school in June of 1943.

As the war came to an end, Syracuse University experienced an influx of enrollment of veterans. This "GI Bulge" was due to the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, or the GI Bill, a bill that Tolley supported while serving on a Presidential committee. Accommodating these students included creating new programs and acquiring new housing. Tolley established what he referred as the "uniform admission program," accepting veterans regardless of academic status. He expanded academic offerings, reorganized the School of Extension into University College for adult and non-traditional students, and founded Triple Cities College for students in Utica and his hometown of Binghamton. Space on the campus was, at that time, limited, so temporary housing, such as prefab buildings and Quonset huts, were quickly constructed to accommodate the quickly expanding student body.

Growth of student enrollment after World War II required Tolley to aggressively raise funds for real estate and new buildings. Initially timid and nervous about asking for money, he became over time a skilled fundraiser. Establishing friendly connections with rich donors, such as Joseph Lubin and George Arents, allowed Tolley to seek funds for many of the University's building campaigns. Because of this, funding was secured for buildings such as the Women's Building, Lowe Art Center, Shaw Hall, and the Law School's Ernest I. White Hall. The University's expanded physical size, large student body, and recruitment of well-respected faculty members established Syracuse University as a major research institution by the end of the 1950s.

In 1961, Tolley remarked that Syracuse University was "on the threshold of greatness," and announced the "Syracuse Plan." This plan sought to raise $76 million by the University's centennial in order to construct more buildings for the University than in any other time in its history. As a result of funds raised as part of this campaign, Tolley oversaw the building of Newhouse Communications Center I, Ernest Stevenson Bird Library (finished in 1972, three years after his retirement), Grant Auditorium, and the George Manley Field House, amongst many others.

As the University expanded physically, the Tolley administration faced new challenges. Fear of communism on college campuses during the 1950s forced Tolley to protect the University's professors from external and internal criticism, as well as reassert the need for academic freedom. Remembering the issue years later in his memoir, Tolley wrote, "In all universities, we must maintain freedom of inquiry... It is the hope and belief of colleges and universities that in the open competition of ideas the truth will eventually prevail." Additionally, social movements in the 1960s brought its own difficulties to the administration. The civil rights movement and reaction to the Vietnam War spurred several student protests. While acknowledging the students' right to protest, Chancellor Tolley viewed many of these demonstrations negatively, believing they disrupted academic life and represented the interests of only a handful of students. Tolley's reaction to these protests were often severe and strict. On May 13, 1964, the Daily Orange published a photograph of Tolley "in the act of striking" a student protester with his cane. Years later, Tolley remembered, "The students came to realize I was a hard-liner. We may not have had the warmest relationship during the sixties, but we never had a major uprising or disruption during my term as Chancellor." Regardless, growing student unrest on the college campus continued to climax. Mere months after Tolley's retirement, the University would see the largest protest in its history, the 1970 Student Strike.

Tolley retired in 1969 after nearly thirty years of service to Syracuse University.

Note: Much of the material in this biographical note were drawn from Syracuse University: The Tolley Years, 1942-1969 by John Robert Greene (1996), and At the Fountain of Youth: Memories of a College President by William Pearson Tolley (1989).

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Scope and Content Note

The Chancellor William P. Tolley Records contain materials that document the activities of Tolley and his administration. Materials include administrative files, correspondence, memorabilia, publications, and addresses. The collection is arranged into five series.

The Administrative files series comprises six subseries. The Boards, committees, and university organizations subseries contains minutes and agendas. Course materials relate to the formation of new courses at the conclusion of World War II, including course outlines, descriptions, and introductions. Financial materials include financial statements, audits, and treasurer reports. Additionally, there are lists of faculty and international alumni. Reports make up the largest subseries, contained in boxes 15-30, and were generated by the University. Finally, the Special events subseries contain materials relating to various special events held on the Syracuse University campus.

The Correspondence-subject files comprise the bulk of the collection. The majority of the correspondence dates between 1953 and 1969. There is only a scattering amount of correspondence dated between 1942 and 1952, the first ten years of his tenure as Chancellor. Chancellor Tolley shared correspondence with a variety of people and backgrounds, including politicians, businessmen, wealthy donors, fellow college administrators, professors, students, and students' families. Of particular interest are four folders titled "Famous signatures," a collection of letters that Tolley received from well-known politicians and celebrities (including President Kennedy, Bob Hope, and Eleanor Roosevelt) during his tenure as Chancellor. Overall, the contents of the correspondence cover a myriad of issues, including civil rights movements, protests, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Of note is correspondence relating to Tolley's role in the renewal of the GI Bill for Korean War veterans, known as the Committee on Public Law 550.

The correspondence also offers insight into the modern formation of the Syracuse University campus. This includes pivotal building fundraising campaigns, such as the Women's Building, George Manley Field House, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, and Bird Library. Correspondence with wealthy donors indicate that Tolley was a driven salesman for the University's interests. Correspondence with faculty, staff, and students shows the sort of administrator Tolley was often known as: detail-oriented, astute, disciplined, demanding, tough yet fair, and strict. On a personal level, it reveals a man who was loyal, religious, well-read, industrious, and, at times, affectionate. Finally, the correspondence give a sense of some of the things he was passionate for: Syracuse University, rare books, Syracuse University football (although athletics always came secondary to education), and traveling.

The Memorabilia series contains awards, commencements robes, and photographs Tolley collected and received as Chancellor. Some interesting selections from this series is a scrapbook commemorating ten years of service, invitations to the inaugural dinners for President Eisenhower in 1957 as well as President Nixon in 1969, and George Arents medals (the highest honor the University bestows upon an alumnus) for Syracuse University football player Jim Brown and author Shirley Jackson, which neither had accepted. In 1950, new commencement robes were designed for Syracuse University administrators, including an orange robe for Tolley, which, along with his other commencement robe, is held in this series.

The Printed materials series contains magazine articles and clippings relating to Tolley. Also included in this series are brochures. Highlights are a Post Standard review of Tolley's administration, a Training for Victory brochure that addressed the University's response to the war effort, and "An Uncommon Man," a publication about Tolley's time at Syracuse University.

The Writings series encompasses Chancellor Tolley's addresses, dedications, speeches, and a textbook manuscript. Writings include addresses to incoming freshmen, commencement addresses, statements to the Board of Trustees, dedications for new buildings, and journal articles that he wrote. Highlights of these writings include the opening remarks for Triple Cities College and University College, a statement to the Board of Trustees regarding academic freedom, and a message to Syracuse University students from Tolley during World War II. Another highlight is the manuscript for a philosophy textbook that Tolley wrote with other philosophy scholars for returning World War II veterans.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Please note that the collection is housed off-site, and advance notice is required to allow time to have the materials brought to the Reading Room on campus.

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

Records of the Office of the Chancellor are restricted for 50 years from date of creation.

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 University Archives originally held one collection for Tolley. In 2018, Tolley's personal papers were separated from his Chancellor records and are now the William P. Tolley Papers.

Several photographs were removed from this collection and placed in the Photograph Collection and William P. Tolley's portrait files at the Syracuse University Archives.

The Archives holds an extensive clipping file on Tolley as well as several portrait files. The Photograph Collection also features items related to Chancellor Tolley.

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Selected Search Terms

Names

Arents, George, 1875-1960.
Brown, Jim, 1936-
Charters, Alexander N.
Feinstone, Sol, 1888-1980.
Lewis, William Dodge, 1870-1960.
Lubin, Joseph.
Newhouse, Samuel I.
Poister, Arthur, 1898-1980.
Schwartzwalder, Ben, 1909-1993.
Tolley, William Pearson, 1900-1996.
Congress of Racial Equality.
Crouse-Hinds Company.
George Arents Research Library.
International Business Machines Corporation.
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
State University College of Forestry at Syracuse University.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University. Libraries.
Syracuse University. University College.
Upstate Medical Center (N.Y.)

Subjects

Adult education.
Baccalaureate addresses.
Civil rights movements.
College campuses.
College environment.
College sports.
College students.
College trustees.
Commencement ceremonies.
Korean War, 1950-1953.
Students -- Political activity.
Veterans.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
World War, 1939-1945.
College administrators.
Higher education.

Types of material

Academic addresses (documents)
Academic robes.
Administrative reports.
Audiotapes.
Awards.
Certificates.
Commemorative plaques.
Correspondence.
Manuscripts for publication.
Memorabilia.
Minutes (administrative records)
Photographs.
Speeches (documents)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Chancellor William P. Tolley Records,
University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

The materials included in the Chancellor William P. Tolley Records were transferred and donated to the University Archives in a series of acquisitions between 1959 and 2004. Most of the materials were placed in the Archives in the period following Tolley's retirement. In 1993, materials from the Tolley Room at Syracuse University's Bird Library were placed in the Archives. Upon Tolley's death in 1996, his daughter Katryn Tolley Fritz donated additional materials from his office.

Processing Information

This collection was fully processed in 2018 by Dane Flansburgh. Materials were placed in acid-free folders and boxes. Photocopies were made of original newspaper clippings, which were then discarded. Oversize items were placed in oversize boxes.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Dane Flansburgh
Date: 2018
Revision history: 21 Feb 2019 – added Box 165 (DF)

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged alphabetically. The Correspondence-subject series is arranged alphabetically by last name or subject, and further arranged chronologically within the folders.

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Inventory

Administrative files
Boards, committees, and university organizations
Box 1 Alumni education, committee of, meeting notes 1961
Box 1 American Council on Education, minutes of the meeting of the executive committee 1953-1958 (6 folders)
Box 1 Board of Graduate Studies 1953-1963
Box 1 Board of Graduate Studies, minutes of meeting 1953-1957 (2 folders)
Box 2 Board of Graduate Studies, minutes of meeting 1958-1965 (6 folders)
Box 2 Chancellor, selection of (minutes - meetings) 1968
Box 2 Committees on General Education 1948-1951 (2 folders)
Box 3 Curricula, sub-committee on 1968-1969
Box 3 Design board meeting minutes 1950-1969 (6 folders)
Box 3 Educational policies committee, minutes of meeting and reports 1953-1958
Box 163 Finance and investment committee 1967
Box 3 Forestry, College of, Board of Trustees meeting 1966 (3 folders)
Box 4 Forestry, College of, Board of Trustees meeting 1967-1968 (4 folders)
Box 4 Forestry, College of, Board of Trustees meeting, includes Executive Committee minutes 1965-1966
Box 4 Forestry, College of, Executive Committee meeting 1966-1968 (2 folders)
Box 4 Forestry, College of (State University), Board of Trustees meeting 1969 (2 folders)
Box 5 Law, College of, Board of Visitors minutes 1957-1963 (2 folders)
Box 5 Library Associates minutes 1960-1968 (2 folders)
Box 5 Maxwell executive committee, structure and function of the citizenship program March 1950
Box 5 Parent's Association of Syracuse University, student health center and infirmary 1958
Box 5 Senate committee on appointments and promotions 1960-1968
Box 5 Students, senate committee on 1967-1968
Box 5 Syracuse University Alumni Association Advisory Board, minutes of 6 October 1951
Syracuse University Research Corporation
Box 5 Auditor's report 1961-1963
Box 5 Annual reports 1966-1968
Box 5 Board of Trustees March 1969
Box 5 Board of Trustees meeting 1958-1960 (4 folders)
Box 5 Data for Board of Trustees meeting 1957-1958 (3 folders)
Box 5 Data for executive committee, Board of Trustees 14 January 1959
Box 5 Financial statements 1958
Box 5 Integrated records system, SURC proposal 12 April 1965
Box 5 The Scientific Intelligence Center September 1957
Box 6 Standard operating procedures, position descriptions, office memoranda 1957
Box 6 Trustees meeting, supplemental data 30 September 1957
Box 6 Syracuse University Research Institute 1948-1949
Trustees, Board of
See also Correspondence-subject files, Trustees, Board of
Box 6 Academic policy and program committee 1966-1967 (4 folders)
Box 6 Annual and fall meetings, agenda 1949-1969
Box 6 Committee on students 1967-1969
Box 6 Committees list 1948-1969
Box 6 Executive committee 1956-1969
Box 6 Executive committee, agenda 1949-1956
Box 7 Executive committee, agenda 1963-1969 (3 folders)
Box 7 Facilities committee 1959
Box 7 Finance and investment committee 1949-1969 (8 folders)
Box 7 Insurance committee 1954-1969
Box 8 Lists of members 1949-1969
Box 8 Minutes of annual meeting May 1947
University senate
Box 8 Agenda committee 1963-1967 (2 folders)
Box 8 Committee membership 1957-1969
Box 8 Library committee 1951-1968 (3 folders)
Box 8 Minutes 1967-1968 (2 folders)
Box 36 Minutes 1969 (2 folders)
Course materials
Box 9 Art circa 1945 - introduction, objectives, and outlines
Box 9 Art - teaching fundamentals 1949-1955
Box 9 Communication, oral and written circa 1944 - introduction
Box 9 The development of American thought and institutions circa 1945 - introduction and description
Box 9 General education - a design of a general education circa 1944 - introduction and outline
Box 9 Health, personal, and community circa 1944
Box 9 History, man in modern circa 1944 - outline
Box 9 International relations circa 1944 - outline
Box 9 Literature circa 1944 - outline
Box 9 Marriage and family adjustment circa 1944 - outline and general purposes
Box 9 Music circa 1944 - introduction and outcomes
Box 9 Panels, personnel of circa 1944
Box 9 Philosophy panel 1943 - proceedings of June 14-15 meeting
Box 9 Philosophy panel, bibliography 1943 - suggestions for
Box 9 Philosophy panel, outlines for a course in philosophy for the Armed Forces 1943 (2 folders)
Box 9 Philosophy panel, outlines of objectives for a course in philosophy for the Armed Forces 1943
Box 9 Problems of American life circa 1945 - introduction and course outlines
Box 9 Problems of social adjustment circa 1945 - introduction and course outline
Box 9 Science circa 1945 - introduction and course outline
Box 9 Summer reading course in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities 1961-1963 - reports, forms, and outlines
Box 9 Vocational orientation circa 1945 - introduction and outline
Financial materials
Box 9 Alumni fund 1956-1959
Box 10 Alumni fund 1960-1969 (2 folders)
Box 10 Auditors' report on financial statements 1943-1952 (8 folders)
Box 11 Auditors' report on financial statements 1953-1961 (9 folders)
Box 12 Auditors' report on financial statements 1962-1968 (7 folders)
Box 163 Brandreth Lake Corporation, transfers of shares 1952-1955
Box 12 Faculty salaries 1947-1959
Box 12 Financial summary 1950-1955
Box 13 Financial summary 1956-1969 (4 folders)
Box 13 Fire insurance schedule, Syracuse University 1951-1956
Box 13 Insurance valuations 25 June 1957
Oversize 3 Real estate inventory and census 1966-1967
Box 163 Syracuse University security holdings 1963-1965 (24 folders)
Box 13 Treasurer's report 1941-1953 (7 folders)
Box 14 Treasurer's report 1954
Box 14 Utica College of Syracuse University, financial report 1958-1966 (3 folders)
Box 14 Utica College of Syracuse University, treasurer's report 1966-1968
Lists
Box 14 Foreign alumni, addresses and lists 1962
Box 14 International student lists 1954-1968 (4 folders)
Box 15 Methodists given degrees by Syracuse University, lists of 1956
Box 15 New faculty lists, A-G 1969
Box 15 New faculty lists, H-O 1969
Box 15 New faculty lists, P-Z 1969
Box 15 Retirements - staff 1951-1969
Reports
Box 15 Academic center, preliminary study and plan 1968-1969
Admissions office reports
Box 15 Advanced standing credit from two-year institutions 1964
Box 15 Annual statistical report 1950-1958 (9 folders)
Box 16 Annual statistical report 1959-1967 (9 folders)
Box 16 Enrollment statistics 1944-1949 - incomplete
Box 16 Enrollment statistics 1950-1954 (4 folders)
Box 17 Enrollment statistics 1955-1965 (7 folders)
Box 17 Financial aid report September 1964
Box 17 Miscellaneous reports 1959-1963
Box 17 Review of special opportunities candidates 1963
Box 17 Scholarship recipients September 1963
Box 17 Admissions report to the chancellor 15 May 1957
Box 17 Alumni questionnaire: an analysis of findings and report to the development office March 1963
Box 17 American Council on Education, report of the education exchange survey to the supreme commander for the Allied Powers September 1949
Box 17 Applied Research Center at Syracuse University, proposal for establishment of 1957
Box 17 Architects and planners, I.M. Pei and Associates 1960
Box 17 Associated colleges of upper New York, report on examination for the period from July 1, 1950 to May 25, 1951 1951
Box 26 Building construction reports 1965
Box 17 Class size study 1955-1959
College and school reports
Box 27 Architecture, School of, report prepared for the National Architectural Accrediting Board November 1961
Box 17 Architecture, School of, report prepared for the National Architectural Accrediting Board October 1967 (2 folders)
Box 17 Are scholarship holders making the grade? (A two-year study of scholarship holders in the College of Liberal Arts and other colleges at Syracuse University) 1962
Box 18 Art, School of, first annual faculty conference, Syracuse University September 1958
Box 18 Business Administration, College of, semi-annual report 1965
Box 18 Education, School of, The All-University, for chancellor's report to students February 1950
Box 18 Education, School of, educational placement bureau, annual reports 1950-1965
Box 28 Education, School of, a study of the organization, procedures, and policies of the School of Education of Syracuse University: the report of the faculty committee on procedures and planning May 1957
Box 18 Education, School of, a study of values 1964
Box 18 Engineering, College of, Department of Civil Engineering, requirements for Department of Civil Engineering, September 1959 to September 1962 1959
Box 18 Engineering, College of, Department of Industrial Engineering, the engineering executive program 1956
Box 18 Engineering, College of, Engineers' Council for Professional Development 1954 (2 folders)
Box 18 Engineering, College of, questionnaire for review of engineering curricula 1965
Box 18 Engineering, College of, regional plan for development of New York State 1965
Box 18 Forestry, College of, campus academic plan for the period of 1964-1974 circa 1963
Box 18 Forestry, College of, faculty handbook and safety policy 1955
Box 18 Forestry, College of, self-evaluation report October 1961
Box 18 Graduate school, chancellor's report to students February 1950
Box 19 Graduate School, enrollment report, general information 1955
Box 163 Home Economics, College of, report to the faculty of Syracuse University by the dean of the college 5 February 1951
Box 19 Journalism, School of, advisory council 1967
Box 19 Law, College of, report of the president, Student Bar Association, Syracuse University College of Law 1956-1965
Box 19 Liberal Arts, College of, proposals and charts 1957-1963
Box 19 The Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, 1924-1945 October 1945
Box 19 Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Americans at work abroad: a conference on the problem of education and training for public services overseas, The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs March 1957
Box 19 Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, the doctor of social science program at Syracuse University: a thirteen-year evaluation December 1958
Box 19 Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Ford Foundation grant of December 17, 1962, second interim report February 1965
Box 19 Nursing, School of, accreditation report 1962
Box 19 Nursing, School of, preliminary bulletin 1962
Box 19 Nursing, School of, report on self-evaluation for the National League for Nursing 1962 (2 folders)
Box 19 Social Work, School of, survey of alumni 1961
Box 19 College entrance examination board scholastic aptitude test, Psychological Research Center, Syracuse University December 1964
Box 19 The committee for the study of research in communications May 1961
Box 19 Committee on special opportunities, exploratory report on honors 1962-1963
Box 19 Continuing education at Syracuse University 1966-1967 (2 folders)
Box 20 The cooperating committee of architects, report of annual meeting 1950
Box 20 Cooperative study in general education 1940-1944, undated (11 folders)
Box 21 Cooperative study in general education undated (3 folders)
Box 21 Cooperative study in general education, notes taken at general meetings of the 1942 workshop 1942 (5 folders)
Box 21 Data regarding Lycoming College as requested by Dr. Fred G. Holloway 24 December 1949
Box 21 Enrollment trends 1953-1958
Box 21 An examination of retirement policies at Syracuse University 1960
Box 21 Faculty and employee dependent scholarship, tuition exchange program 1960-1961
Box 22 Faculty load and cost studies, class size, number of classes 1955-1960
Box 22 General education in college social studies circa 1943 (4 folders)
Box 22 General education in college, student personnel work 1944 (4 folders)
Box 22 General report, draft June 1945
Government reports
Box 23 Board of Regents, New York State, meeting the needs in higher education in New York State December 1956
Box 23 Brief for a state supported medical center at Syracuse University circa 1942
Box 23 A citizen's plan for health and hospital services for Onondaga County June 1954
Box 23 Committee on a design for general education for members of the armed forces, report of circa 1944
Box 24 The greater Syracuse hospital plan, report with recommendations by the citizens hospital committee of Onondaga County October 1955
Box 23 Heald report, New York State Education Department 1960-1961
Box 23 New York State joint legislative committee on crime 1967-1969 (2 folders)
Box 24 New York State joint legislative committee on crime 1967-1969
Box 24 Office of Economic Opportunity, Project Head Start Research and Evaluation Center circa 1965
Box 24 The post-war report, Syracuse-Onondaga Post-War Planning Council, City of Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York 1945 (2 folders)
Box 24 State of New York, report of the Board of Temporary Trustees of the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations 1945
Box 35 The graduate record examination, counsellor's handbook undated
Box 35 The graduate record examination, technical handbook undated
Box 24 Growth of graduate school of education, Eric F. Gardner et al. 1954-1964
Box 24 History of the Youth Studies Center, University of Southern California 1959
Box 25 History of the Youth Studies Center, University of Southern California 1959
Box 25 Increasing the capacity for ideas: a plan for developing the library system of Syracuse University 1966
Box 25 Institute of Industrial Research, annual report to the advisory committee 1951-1952
Box 25 Institutional Research, Office of 1961
Box 25 Insurance reports for insurance committee 1954-1956 (14 folders)
Box 25 Inter-University program, first annual report of June 1962
Box 25 Leave of absence report, Professor George Mulfinger 1957
Box 26 The Methodist church at Syracuse University 1964
Box 26 Minnowbrook Research Conference report, the next ten years in engineering research April 1956
Box 26 National Institute of Health, proposal preliminary 1956-1957
Box 26 The new Syracuse University library, and other reports regarding a new library 1957-1962
Box 26 Northeastern jurisdictional conference of Methodist church June 1964
Box 26 Number of years interim between the baccalaureate and the doctorate at Syracuse University for the five-year period, 1956-1957 to 1960-1961 1961
Box 26 Onondaga park site and alternate sites, The Onondaga Park Protective Association, report 1964
Box 26 The onondagan, report for the year 1963-1964
Box 26 Orientation program for foreign students, final report of 1954
Box 26 Physical education, faculty manual 1962
Box 26 A progress report and a program for expansion for teacher preparation in elementary education, Syracuse University 1953
Box 26 Promotion policy and practices, facts and figures on 1952
Box 26 Report of the chancellor June 1967
Box 26 Report of the University senate to the board of trustees of Syracuse University 2 June 1967
Box 26 Report on class size, cost of instruction, and proliferation of courses, chart on college board scores 1957
Box 26 Report on faculty 1959
Box 26 Research salary schedules, July 1, 1957 - June 30, 1958 1962
Box 27 Rochester transit strike work stoppage 1952
Box 27 Science and technology in the 1985 era, appendix to (committee reports), prepared under Navy Office of Naval Research, Syracuse University Research Corporation May 1964 (4 folders)
Box 27 Science and technology in the 1985 era, prepared under Navy Office of Naval Research, Syracuse University Research Corporation March 1964
Box 27 The significance of Syracuse University to Onondaga County 1961-1962
Box 27 The social studies mobilize for victory: a statement of wartime policy adopted by the National Council for the Social Studies 1942
Box 27 Space survey 1960
Box 27 Student athletes, report on 1967 (2 folders)
Box 28 Study council materials 1969
Box 28 Study of September 1958, male undergraduate transfers, transfers - readmissions, and readmissions without transfer 1958
Box 28 Summary of institutional statistics 1967 (2 folders)
Box 28 Summer reading camp report 1955
Box 28 Survey of administrative management, project outlines circa 1952
Box 28 Survey of administrative management, volume I: summary report 1952
Box 28 Survey of administrative management, volume II: reference and installation manual 1952 (4 folders)
Box 29 Survey of Methodist student work in the annual conferences of New York March 1958
Box 29 The Syracuse plan 1961
Box 29 Syracuse University Applied Research Center, proposal to establish 1957
Box 29 Syracuse University library 1953-1965
Box 29 Syracuse University needs and goals 1961
Box 29 Syracuse University plan 1962
Syracuse University self-survey
Box 29 A confidential report to the Board of Trustees June 1948
Box 29 Report of the committee on the libraries 1947-1948
Box 29 Report of the committee on personnel services 1947-1948 (2 folders)
Box 29 Report of the committee on plant and facilities 1947-1948
Box 29 Report of the committee on public relations 1947-1948
Box 29 Report of the committee on research and scholarly productivity 1947-1948
Box 29 Report of the committee on the University Press, Orange Publishing Co., and the University Book Store 1947-1948
Box 30 Report of the finance committee 1947-1948
Box 30 Syracuse University: 1961-1970 1961
Box 30 Syracuse University: the philosophy that guides and strengthens Syracuse University 1961
Box 30 Toward intellectual vitalization at Syracuse University: report of Syracuse team, Danforth workshop on liberal arts education July 1967
Box 30 United Community Chest and Council of Onondaga County, immediate hospital needs committee, the immediate hospital needs of the Syracuse area 1964
Box 30 United Community Chest and Council of Onondaga County, report of the community problems study committee February 1967
Box 30 University in transition 1965
Box 30 University in transition: a report to interested friends 1965
Box 30 University reports 1967
Box 30 A venture in simulating a constitutional convention for the academic community 1969
Box 30 Verbal and mathematical aptitude scores (college entrance examination board) for incoming freshman at Syracuse University, Psychological Research Center 1960
Special events
Box 31 Alumni awards dinner, citations 1960-1968
Box 31 Arents alumni recipients, Kum Bak dinner programs 1954-1969
Box 31 Arents medal citations 1943-1968
Box 31 Chancellor William P. Tolley's luncheon honoring Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller June 1961
Box 31 Chancellor's annual dinner, citations 1948-1957 (2 folders)
Box 31 Chancellor's annual dinner, programs 1946-1963
Box 31 College of Law annual dinner program 1950
Box 31 Commencement luncheon, list of attendees 1950-1959 (2 folders)
Box 32 Commencement luncheon, list of attendees 1960-1969
Box 32 Commencement programs (College of Forestry) 1949-1966 (5 folders)
Box 33 Commencement programs (College of Forestry) 1967-1969
Box 33 Commencement, honorary degree citations 1942-1959 (8 folders)
Box 34 Commencement, honorary degree citations 1961-1969 (3 folders)
Box 34 Commencement, honorary degree recipients 1966
Box 34 A dinner in honor of Frank Whittemore Abrams, program 19 October 1960
Box 34 Dinner welcoming Dr. William Pearson Tolley as seventh chancellor of Syracuse University, menu and program 4 December 1942
Box 34 Forestry, College of, State University of New York, Baccalaureate programs 1951-1968
Box 34 Honoring William Pearson Tolley, dinner menu and program January 1965
Box 34 Honors convocation 1957-1969
Box 34 The inauguration of William Pearson Tolley as seventh chancellor of Syracuse University, event program 14 November 1942
Box 34 Reception to honor William P. Tolley on his tenth anniversary as chancellor, invitation November 1952
Oversize 3 Rudyard Kipling: books, pictures, and manuscripts, an exhibition in the foyer of the Carnegie Library at Syracuse University November-December 1965
Box 34 Salzberg lectures citations 1953-1969
Box 34 Salzberg Memorial Lectures and Syracuse 1953-1954
Box 35 Salzberg Memorial Lectures and Syracuse 1955-1968 (3 folders)
Box 35 Samuel I. Newhouse building dedication 1960-1964
Box 35 The Samuel I. Newhouse Communications Center dedication ceremony, scrapbook, includes photos of President Johnson and Tolley at event 1964 - items removed from binder
Box 31 Seventy-fifth anniversary calendar of events and programs 1945
Box 35 Seventy-fifth anniversary celebration, includes Tolley's address and remarks 1945
Box 35 Seventy-fifth anniversary celebration program 1945
Box 35 Spencer, Lyle M. memorial service program and clippings announcing his death 1969
Box 157 A tribute to William Pearson Tolley (Chancellor Tolley's retirement dinner), seating arrangement and program September 1969
Box 157 The Trustees of Syracuse University honor William Pearson Tolley on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary as the chancellor of Syracuse University, dinner program and menu November 1967
Box 157 Trustee's dinner honoring William P. Tolley twenty-five years as chancellor, program and seating list 1967
Box 157 Twentieth anniversary as chancellor dinner dance, program 25 April 1962
Box 164 Twenty-five year service party 1967 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: sua_chancellor_tolley_wp_001)
Box 35 University Senate special meeting with an introduction to Chancellor-elect Dr. John E. Corbally, transcript of remarks 28 March 1969
Correspondence-subject files
Box 36 A - Ac 1953-1969
Box 36 Abrams, Frank 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 36 Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculties, Piskor, Frank P. 1953-1962 (3 folders)
Box 37 Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculties, Piskor, Frank P. 1963-1969 (7 folders)
Box 38 Ad - Ah 1953-1969
Box 38 Adams, Renard P., Trustee 1958-1968
Box 38 Adirondack conference centers 1959
Box 38 Adirondack conference centers, Pine Brook 1948-1958 (2 folders)
Box 38 Adirondack conference centers, Sagamore 1953-1959
Box 38 Administration and Research, Ahlberg, Clark D. 1955-1964 (6 folders)
Box 39 Administration and Research, Ahlberg, Clark D. 1965-1969 (4 folders)
Box 39 Administration building disturbance, March 12, 1968 1968 (3 folders)
Box 40 Administration building disturbance, March 12, 1968 1968 (2 folders)
Box 40 Administrative board on athletics 1950-1969
Box 40 Admissions 1958-1969 (3 folders)
Box 40 Admissions, medical college 1966-1968
Box 40 Adults, Center for Study of Liberal Education 1957-1960 (2 folders)
Box 41 Adults, Center for Study of Liberal Education 1961-1967 (3 folders)
Box 41 Ahrens, Conrad F., Trustee 1967-1968
Box 41 Ai - Ald 1956-1969
Box 41 Air University 1960-1966 (2 folders)
Box 41 Ale - Allen 1953-1968
Box 41 Allegheny College 1953-1967
Box 42 Allied - Am 1953-1968
Box 42 Alumni Association, Gabriel, Arthur Jr. 1953-1963
Box 42 Alumni Association, miscellaneous 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 42 Alumni news 1958-1967
Box 42 Alumni programs, Martin, Allen F., Jr. 1962-1968
Box 42 American 1956-1968
Box 42 American Assembly October 1967
Box 42 American Association of University Professors 1951-1955
Box 43 American Association of University Professors 1956-1967 (4 folders)
Box 43 American Council of Learned Societies 1968
Box 43 American Council on Education, commission on occupied areas 1950-1952
Box 43 American Council on Education, miscellaneous 1959-1969
Box 43 American Council on Education, President, Adams, Arthur S. 1953-1960
Box 44 American Council on Education, President, Wilson, Logan 1961-1969
Box 44 American universities and colleges 1952
Box 44 American University 1954-1967
Box 44 An - Ap 1953-1968
Box 44 Andrew, Walter M. 1954-1968
Box 44 Ar - As 1953-1969
Box 44 Architects, King 1952-1968 (2 folders)
Box 44 Architects, Latorre, James V. 1963-1969
Box 44 Architects, Olmsted Brothers 1946-1958 (2 folders)
Box 44 Architects, Rich, Lorimer 1950-1952
Box 45 Architects, Rich, Lorimer 1953-1968
Box 45 Architects, Rotunno 1950-1969 (2 folders)
Box 45 Architecture, School of 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 45 Arents, George 1953-1957 (2 folders)
Box 46 Arents, George 1958-1968 (2 folders)
Box 46 Arents, George, Tolley's materials regarding 1959-1961
Box 46 Arents alumni medal 1939-1969 (2 folders)
Box 46 Arents library medal 1953-1967
Box 46 Armed forces 1953-1968 (2 folders)
Box 46 Art, School of 1952-1960
Box 47 Art, School of 1961-1969 (4 folders)
Box 47 Ash, Frank C. 1961-1966
Box 47 Asia, United Board for Christian Colleges in 1956-1963
Assistant to the Chancellor
See Correspondence-subject files, Olson, John F., Assistant to the Chancellor-Vice President
Box 47 Association for the Aid of Crippled Children 1953-1961
Association of American Colleges
Box 47 American College Fund 1956-1967
Box 47 Commission on Academic Freedom and Tenure 1957
Box 47 Commission on Non-tax Supported Colleges and Universities-ACUNY 1956-1961 (2 folders)
Box 47 Committee on Public Law 550 1952-1954 (2 folders)
Box 48 Committee on Public Law 550 1954 (8 folders)
Box 49 Committee on Relations of Minorities to Higher Education 1947-1950
Box 49 General correspondence 1952-1969 (2 folders)
Box 49 Legislation 1958-1961
Box 49 Nominations 1959-1967
Box 49 Resolutions Committee 1952-1967
Box 49 Association of American Universities 1964-1969 (4 folders)
Box 50 Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York 1954-1969 (5 folders)
Box 50 At - Az 1953-1969
Box 50 Athletics, men's 1949-1957 (2 folders)
Box 51 Athletics, men's 1958-1969 (6 folders)
Box 50 Athletics, men's, Cotton Bowl 1959-1960
Box 51 Athletics, Varsity Club 1952-1969
Box 52 Athletics, women's 1950-1968
Box 52 Avery, A.H. 1946-1958
Box 52 Bab - Bai 1960-1969
Box 52 Babcock and Wilcox Company 1957-1969
Box 52 Bacteriology and Botany, Department of 1950-1969
Box 52 Baker 1954-1968
Box 52 Baker, W.R.G., Vice President, Research 1950-1961
Box 52 Bal - Ban 1953-1967
Box 52 Baldwin, Paul C., Trustee 1962-1968
Box 52 Banos, Gregory 1956-1957
Box 52 Bar 1953-1969
Box 52 Bas - Bat 1959-1969
Box 52 Bates, Carlton G., Trustee 1958-1965
Box 53 Bausch, Carl L., Trustee 1953-1967
Box 53 Bea - Bel 1953-1969
Box 53 Ben 1958-1968
Box 53 Benedict, Walter J. 1964-1965
Box 53 Benedum, M.L. 1950-1959
Box 53 Benezet, Louis T. 1953-1967
Box 53 Ber - Bew 1957-1969
Box 53 Bethlehem Steel Company 1953-1967
Box 53 Bi 1953-1959
Box 53 Bible, Department of 1958-1961
Box 53 Biological Research Laboratories 1962-1963
Box 53 Bird, Mr. and Mrs. E.S. 1967-1969
Box 53 Bl 1955-1969
Box 54 Blizzard of 1966 1966
Box 54 Bloom Scholarship Fund 1955-1965
Box 54 Bn - Bo 1953-1969
Box 54 Bollinger, Charles, Trustee 1954-1969
Box 54 Bond, Schoeneck, and King 1950-1958 (5 folders)
Box 55 Bond, Schoeneck, and King 1959-1967 (6 folders)
Box 56 Bond, Schoeneck, and King 1968-1969
Box 56 Bonney, Miss Therese 1963-1968
Box 56 Book store 1956-1969
Box 56 Booth-Ferris Foundation 1955-1967
Box 56 Boston University 1953-1968
Box 56 Bouton, Leon Webster, Trustees 1954-1968
Box 56 Bra - Bre 1953-1969
Box 56 Brakeley, G.A. and Co., Inc. (Syracuse plan) 1959-1961
Box 57 Brakeley, G.A. and Co., Inc. (Syracuse plan) 1961-1962 (5 folders)
Box 57 Bri - Brov 1953-1968
Box 57 Bristol Laboratories 1957-1968
Box 57 Brooks, Mrs. John W., Trustee 1953-1965
Box 58 Brown 1956-1968
Box 58 Bro - Bry 1953-1969
Box 58 Bu - By 1953-1969
Box 58 Budd Company 1958-1964
Box 58 Buffalo, University of 1952-1969
Box 58 Buildings 1958-1965
Box 58 Buildings and Grounds employees - strike 1950-1966
Box 58 Buildings and Grounds, Gibbons, E.J. 1953-1962
Box 58 Buildings and Grounds, Ohab, Olgean S. 1961-1966
Box 58 Buildings and Grounds, Rounds, Robert L. 1966-1969
Box 58 Bullard Company Charity Foundation, Inc. 1956-1962
Box 58 Bulova Watch Company Foundation, Inc. 1955-1967
Box 58 Bultmann Conference at Minnowbrook 1958-1959
Box 59 Bultmann Conference at Minnowbrook 1959
Box 59 Bultmann, Rudolf 1958-1959
Box 59 Bur - Bz 1953-1968
Business Administration
Box 59 Candidates, deanship 1963-1965
Box 59 Cox, Robert G., Dean 1964-1968
Box 59 Faculty correspondence 1964-1969 (3 folders)
Box 59 Gormbley, William P., Associate Dean 1950-1962
Box 59 Hurley, Morris, Dean 1948-1957
Box 60 Hurley, Morris, Dean 1958-1960
Box 60 Jerome, William T., Dean 1955-1963
Box 60 Stone, Robert E., Dean 1953-1960
Box 60 Business Management, Vice President Colway 1969
Box 60 Cad - Cap 1955-1959
Box 60 Capurso, Alexander 1962-1969
Box 60 Car - Cas 1954-1968
Box 60 Carnegie Corporation 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 61 Carrier Corporation 1952-1969 (2 folders)
Box 61 Carroll, Thomas H. 1950-1964
Box 61 Carver, George Washington, Memorial Institute 1953-1966 (3 folders)
Box 61 Cav - Caw 1958-1968
Box 61 Cazenovia College 1957-1969
Box 62 Ce 1954-1967
Box 62 Centennial 1967-1969
Box 62 Ch - Che 1953-1968
Box 62 Chancellor's annual dinner 1949-1965
Box 62 Chapin, H.W. 1949-1961
Box 62 Chapman, Mrs. John, Trustee 1953-1968
Box 62 Chapman, Levi S. 1953-1956
Box 157 Chapel choir, thank you card 1962
Box 62 Chappell, Charles A., Trustee 1953-1968
Box 62 Charters, Alexander N., Vice-President 1964-1969 (2 folders)
Box 62 Chautauqua 1953-1963
Box 63 Chemistry, Department of 1953-1968
Box 63 Chi - Chr 1954-1969
Box 63 Child Education Foundation 1957-1965
Box 63 Christmas vacation controversy 1964-1965
Box 63 Ci - Cl 1954-1969
Box 63 Clark, William S., Trustee 1962-1969
Box 63 Classics, Department of 1953-1969
Box 63 Coc - Coi 1955-1968
Box 63 Cola - Cole 1953-1969
Box 63 Colgate - Palmolive Co. 1956-1968
Box 64 Colgate University 1953-1967
Box 64 Coll - Con 1956-1968
Box 64 College 1957-1969
Box 64 Columbia University 1953-1968
Box 64 Colway, Victor J., Assistant Comptroller 1958-1961
Box 64 Coman, A.P. 1950-1968
Box 64 Commencement correspondence 1950-1969
Box 64 Committee for a Free University 1965
Box 64 Community Hospital, Board of Governors 1957-1958
Box 64 Comptroller, Colway, Victor J. 1954-1968
Box 64 Comptroller, Wingate, Francis A. 1953-1956 (2 folders)
Box 65 Comptroller, Wingate, Francis A. 1957-1961 (3 folders)
Box 65 Cona - Conn 1953-1969
Box 65 Connor, John T., Trustee 1955-1969
Box 65 Conr - Cop 1953-1969
Box 65 Constitutional Convention 1967 1967
Box 66 Constitutional Convention 1967 1967 (3 folders)
Box 66 Coon, Harold J., Trustee 1954-1968
Box 66 Cor - Cot 1955-1969
Box 66 CORE 1963-1965 (2 folders)
Box 66 Cornell University 1954-1968
Box 67 Cou - Coy 1953-1969
Box 67 Council for Financial Aid to Education 1955-1963
Box 67 Council on Student Travel, European study travel 1963
Box 67 Coyne, W. Carroll 1957-1969
Box 67 Cra - Cri 1953-1969
Box 67 Crawford, John M., Jr. 1963-1969
Box 67 Cro - Cru 1959-1969
Box 67 Crouse, Mrs. Florence B., Trustee 1953-1968
Box 67 Crouse-Hinds Company 1953-1969
Box 67 Crown, Henry, Trustee 1956-1969
Box 68 Cu - Cz 1954-1969
Box 68 Curry College, Hafer, John S. 1965-1966 - includes photo
Box 68 Custodial 1952-1956
Box 68 Cutler, Robert W., Trustee 1961-1969
Box 68 Dah - Dav 1953-1969
Box 68 Daily orange 1950-1969
Box 68 Danforth Foundation 1953-1969
Box 68 Davella Mills Foundation 1950-1955
Box 68 Davidson, Robert 1943-1944
Box 68 Davidson, Sidney W. 1954-1963
Box 68 Davison, Donald, F., Trustee 1954-1969
Box 68 Day, Warren E. 1962-1968
Box 68 Dea - Den 1953-1968
Box 69 Deans and directors (circular letters) 1950-1968
Box 69 Deerfield Academy 1960-1965
Box 69 Dellplain, Morse, Trustee 1953-1968
Box 69 Dep - Dey 1954-1968
Box 69 Design board 1948-1965
Development office
Box 69 Best, Allen C. 1954-1969
Box 69 General correspondence 1967-1969
Box 69 Goewey, Ronald C. 1959-1969
Box 70 Leberman, Robert W. 1961-1968
Box 70 Lubin House 1968-1969
Box 70 Peck, P. Lachlan 1961-1969
Box 70 Rossman, Newell W. 1950-1969 (5 folders)
Box 70 Thompson, Charles D. 1968-1969
Box 70 Yeiser, Harry E. 1966-1969
Box 71 Dewey, Mrs. John 1957-1960 (2 folders)
Box 71 Dib - Dix 1955-1969
Box 71 Dillon, George S., Trustee 1954-1969
Box 71 Dob - Doy 1953-1969
Box 71 Dolan, T. Frank, Jr., Trustee 1954-1969
Box 71 Dormitory names 1965-1966
Box 71 Dormitory office 1955-1968
Box 71 Dorr, Carl E. 1960-1967
Box 71 Dra - Dru 1953-1968
Box 71 Drama Department 1953-1968
Box 72 Drew University 1953-1961
Box 72 Drew University, Oxnam, Robert F. 1954-1969
Box 72 Drumlins 1968-1969
Box 72 Dub - Dut 1953-1969
Box 72 Duke, Paul 1964-1965
Box 72 du Pont, E.I. 1953-1969
Box 72 Dye 1960-1964
Box 72 Ea - Ec 1953-1968
Box 72 East European language program 1968-1969
Box 72 Eaton, M.C. 1951-1967
Box 73 Economics, Department of 1953-1969
Box 73 Ede - Edw 1957-1969
Education, School of
Box 73 Candidates, deanship 1962-1964
Box 73 Faculty correspondence 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 73 50th anniversary 1956
Box 73 Ganders, Harry S., Dean 1950-1961
Box 73 Krathwohl, David R., Dean 1953-1969
Box 73 Rogers, Virgil M., Dean 1953-1967
Box 74 Educational policies committee 1953-1956
Box 74 Eic - Eis 1953-1968
Box 74 Ellithorp, Mr. J.S., Jr., Trustee 1957-1968
Box 74 Ek - Em 1955-1969
Box 74 Emory University 1953-1968
Box 74 En - Ev 1953-1969
Box 74 Engineering, College of 1967-1969
Box 74 Engineering, College of, faculty correspondence 1953-1969 (3 folders)
Box 75 Engineering, College of, 50th anniversary celebration 1951
Box 75 Engineering, College of, Galbraith, Ralph A., Dean 1952-1969, undated (4 folders)
Box 75 Engineering, College of, saltine warrior 1966
Box 75 English, Department of 1950-1965 (2 folders)
Box 76 English, Department of 1966-1969
Box 76 Equitable Life Assurance Society 1955-1969
Box 76 Esso Education Foundation 1956-1969
Box 76 Everson estate (proposed art museum) 1943-1959, undated (6 folders)
Box 77 Fac - Fax 1957-1968
Box 77 Faculty club 1953-1968
Box 77 Faculty correspondence, A-G 1959-1963
Box 77 Faculty correspondence, H-Q 1960-1962
Box 77 Faculty correspondence, R-Z 1958-1962
Box 77 Famous signatures 1965 - letters from US Senators and Congressman thanking Chancellor Tolley for sending copies of Vice-President Humphrey's commencement address
Box 77 Famous signatures, A-H 1950-1969
Box 77 Famous signatures, I-R 1951-1969
Box 77 Famous signatures, S-Z 1950-1969
Box 77 Fea - Fer 1953-1969
Box 77 Feinstone, Sol 1955-1969
Box 77 Ferguson, Malcolm, Trustee 1953-1968
Box 78 Fie - Fin 1956-1968
Box 78 Financial aids office 1953-1969 (3 folders)
Box 78 Fine Arts, College of 1952-1969
Box 78 Fir - Fit 1953-1969
Box 78 Fla - Flo 1953-1969
Box 78 Flack, Alonzo 1953-1959
Box 78 Flaxman, Barnard, Trustee 1958-1969 (2 folders)
Box 79 Flint, Charles W. 1953-1968
Box 79 Food service 1954-1969
Box 79 Fol - Fox 1953-1969
Box 79 Ford Foundation 1951-1961 (5 folders)
Box 80 Ford Foundation 1962-1969 (3 folders)
Box 80 Ford Motor Company Fund 1954-1967
Box 80 Forestry, College of 1952-1956 (3 folders)
Box 81 Forestry, College of 1956-1969 (5 folders)
Box 81 Forestry, College of, deanship 1966-1967
Box 82 Forestry, College of, deanship 1967-1969 (3 folders)
Box 82 Fraa - Fras 1954-1968
Box 82 Fraternity and sorority housing 1959-1962
Box 82 Fre - Fro 1953-1969
Box 82 Freeland, Mrs. John T. (Dr. Eunice Hilton) 1959-1969
Box 82 Fud - Fus 1953-1969
Box 82 Fund for Adult Education 1957-1960
Box 83 Fund for Adult Education 1961-1968
Box 83 Fund for Advancement of Education 1953-1963
Box 83 Ga - Gb 1954-1969
Box 83 Gallagher, Ken R. 1953-1968
Box 83 Gamble, Charles W. 1948-1964
Box 83 Gannett, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. 1953-1965
Box 83 Geb - Get 1955-1969
Box 83 General Electric Company 1954-1961 (2 folders)
Box 84 General Electric Company 1962-1969 (2 folders)
Box 84 Geography, Department of 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 84 Geology, Department of 1958-1968
Box 84 German, Department of 1955-1968
Box 84 Gib - Giv 1953-1969
Box 84 Gifford Foundation 1953-1969
Box 84 Gl - Gly 1959-1969
Box 85 God - Gol 1953-1969
Box 85 Goes, Clifford 1953-1959
Box 85 Goldstein, Alfred R., Trustee 1967-1969
Box 85 Golf course 1962-1963
Box 85 Goo - Gov 1955-1967
Box 85 Gould, Ivan M., Trustee 1957-1964
Box 85 Gouldin, Paul C., Trustee 1964-1968
Box 85 Gra 1954-1968
Box 85 Graduate school 1961-1967 (2 folders)
Box 85 Graduate school, Bye, Carl, Dean 1953-1960
Box 85 Graduate school, Harriman, John W., Dean 1952-1956
Box 86 Graduate school, humanities, doctorate in 1948-1951
Box 86 Graduate school, preparation of college teachers, committee on 1947-1950 (2 folders)
Box 86 Graduate studies, board of 1968-1969
Box 86 Grant, Arnold M., Trustee 1953-1969 (3 folders)
Box 86 Gre 1959-1968
Box 86 Greene, Walter F. 1946-1950
Box 86 Gri - Gro 1957-1969
Box 87 Gru - Guy 1959-1969
Box 87 Guggenheim Foundation, Ray, Gordon N. 1961-1968
Box 87 Hac - Hal 1957-1968
Box 87 Haft, Jules G. 1953-1965
Box 87 Haft, Morris W. 1953-1969
Box 87 Ham - Han 1954-1969
Box 87 Hamline University 1953-1968
Box 87 Hard - Harr 1953-1969
Box 87 Hares, G.S.G., Trustee 1954-1963
Box 87 Harpur College 1953-1966
Box 87 Harriman, W. Averell 1955-1967
Box 87 Harris, Huntington, Trustee 1958-1969
Box 88 Hart - Haz 1954-1969
Box 88 Hea - Hel 1957-1969
Box 88 Health, Education, and Welfare, U.S. Department of 1955-1966
Box 88 Hearn, Murray 1954-1957
Box 88 Helms, Paul H. 1953-1969
Box 88 Hem - Het 1953-1969
Box 88 Hendricks Chapel, candidates, deanship 1962-1967
Box 88 Hendricks Chapel, McCombe, John H. Jr., Dean 1967-1969
Box 89 Hendricks Chapel, Noble, Charles C., Dean 1950-1968 (2 folders)
Box 89 Hendricks fund 1960-1967
Box 89 Henry, Leland B., the Reverend 1968-1969
Box 89 Herald journal 1954-1969
Box 89 Herman, George 1954-1958
Box 89 Heroy, William B. 1958-1969
Box 90 Hib - Hit 1953-1968
Box 90 Hill, William H., Trustee 1954-1966
Box 90 Hilton, Clarence W. 1963-1969
Box 90 Hinds, William L., Trustee 1953-1965
Box 90 Hirsch, Howard C., Trustee 1960-1969
Box 90 History, Department of 1953-1969
Box 90 Hob - Hon 1950-1969
Box 90 Hoffman, Malvina 1953-1965
Box 90 Home Economics, College of 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 90 Home Economics, College of, faculty correspondence 1953-1968
Box 91 Honorary degree candidates 1960-1969 (4 folders)
Box 91 Honors convocation 1957-1967
Box 91 Hoo - Hoy 1954-1969
Box 91 Hoople, Gordon D., Trustee 1953-1969
Box 92 Hospital of the Good Shepherd 1946-1966 (2 folders)
Box 92 Hospital of the Good Shepherd, financial reports 1950-1966
Box 92 Hospital of the Good Shepherd, trustee committee minutes 1955-1965
Box 92 Hospital Review and Planning Council of Central New York, Incorporated 1967-1968
Box 92 Housing and Home Finance Agency 1954-1964
Box 92 Housing, State of New York, Stichman, Commissioner 1953-1960
Box 92 Hub - Hug 1953-1969
Box 93 Hudnall, James S. 1962-1967
Box 93 Hul - Hun 1953-1969
Box 93 Hur - Hy 1953-1968
Box 93 Ice - Imm 1952-1965
Box 93 Institute of International Education 1953-1967
Box 93 Instructional Communications, Center for 1952-1969 (2 folders)
Box 93 Int - Iz 1950-1969
International Business Machines (IBM)
Box 93 General correspondence 1956-1969
Box 93 Orton, Dwayne 1953-1964
Box 93 Scholarship 1953-1963
Box 94 Watson Institute 1952-1954
Box 94 Watson, Arthur K. ("Dick") 1954-1966
Box 94 Watson, Jeannette (Mrs. T.J. Sr.) 1953-1969
Box 94 Watson, Thomas J., Jr. 1954-1968
Box 94 Watson, Thomas J., Sr. 1952-1956
Box 94 International development 1961
Box 94 International educational exchange service 1954-1960
Box 94 International students 1962-1968
Box 94 Jac - Jil 1953-1969
Box 94 James Foundation 1953-1964
Box 94 Jarrett report 1966-1967
Box 94 Jerome, Wm Travers III 1962-1967
Box 94 Joh 1954-1969
Box 95 Johnson, Norris O., Trustee 1958-1968
Box 95 Jon - Jun 1953-1969
Box 95 Journalism, School of 1953-1966 (6 folders)
Box 96 Journalism, School of 1967-1969
Box 96 Journalism, School of, S.I. Newhouse Communications Center 1958-1966
Box 96 Journalism, School of, Spencer, M. Lyle, Dean Emeritus 1955-1969
Box 96 Kaf - Kaz 1953-1969
Box 96 Kea - Key 1953-1969
Box 96 Kelley, Joseph S. 1966-1969
Box 96 Kellogg Foundation 1950-1969
Box 96 Kellogg, Hamilton H. 1955-1968
Box 97 Kenan, William R., Jr., charitable trust 1966-1969
Box 97 Ketchum, Robert H. 1964-1968 (4 folders)
Box 97 Kie - Klo 1953-1969
Box 97 Kilian, Frederick K., Trustee 1957-1968
Box 97 Kingsley, Grover G., Trustee 1955-1960
Box 97 Kirk, Miss Marjorie, Trustee 1961-1968
Box 97 Kna - Kov 1953-1969
Box 98 Kra - Kyo 1953-1969
Box 98 Krafft, William de 1961
Box 98 Kresge Foundation 1958-1969
Box 98 Lad - Lam 1957-1969
Box 98 Lan - Laz 1954-1969
Box 98 Laubach Literacy Fund 1953-1969
Law, College of
Box 98 Andrews, Paul S., Dean 1952-1967
Box 98 Board of visitors 1952-1969
Box 98 Building fund 1952-1954
Box 98 Candidates, deanship 1966-1967
Box 98 Faculty correspondence 1953-1969
Box 99 General correspondence 1965-1967
Box 99 Kharas, Ralph E., Dean 1952-1966 (2 folders)
Box 99 Miller, Robert W., Dean 1954-1969 (2 folders)
Box 99 Lawrinson, Ronald K. 1964-1969
Box 99 Lea - Lel 1956-1969
Box 99 Leaves of absence 1967-1968 (2 folders)
Box 100 Leaves of absence 1968-1969
Box 100 Ledden, W. Earl, Trustee 1953-1968
Box 100 Lee, George W., Trustee 1953-1969
Box 100 LeFevre, DeWitt C., Trustee 1951-1969
Box 100 Legislative material 1955-1965 (4 folders)
Box 101 Legislative material 1966-1969
Box 101 Legislative material, employment security amendments HR 8282 1965
Box 101 Legislative material, Washington hearing, irrigation and reclamation February 1966
Box 101 Lehman, Herbert H., Memorial Committee 1953-1967 (2 folders)
Box 102 LeMoyne College 1953-1969
Box 102 Leo - Let 1954-1968
Box 102 Lesch, George H., Trustee 1964-1969
Box 102 Lev - Lew 1953-1969
Box 102 Lewis, Judge Edmund H., Trustee 1954-1964
Box 102 Lewis, William Dodge 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 102 Lia - Liv 1953-1969
Liberal Arts, College of
Box 102 Cope, Alfred H., Assistant Dean 1957-1968
Box 102 Faculty correspondence 1955-1968
Box 103 Faigle, Eric H., Dean 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 103 Honors council 1962-1968 (2 folders)
Box 103 Kramer, Frederic J. 1963-1969
Library and library school
Box 103 Applegate, Howard L. 1962-1969
Box 103 Bender, J. Terry 1964-1969
Box 103 Bush, Martin H. 1963-1969
Box 104 General correspondence 1953-1965 (3 folders)
Box 104 Library Associates 1951-1969 (3 folders)
Box 104 Library consultant 1960-1964
Box 105 Owens, James K. 1961-1969
Box 105 Stein, Jay W. 1960-1967
Box 105 Lichter Foundation 1962-1967
Box 105 Link, Marion Clayton (Mrs. Edwin A.), Trustee 1961-1969
Box 105 Lob - Loy 1953-1969
Box 105 Love, Frank C., Trustee 1956-1969
Box 105 Loveland, B. Churchill, Trustee 1954-1968
Box 105 Lowe, Joe 1953-1969
Box 105 Lubin, Joseph I., Trustee 1952-1969 (2 folders)
Box 106 Luc - Lyu 1953-1969
Box 106 Lycoming College 1954-1964
Box 106 Mab - Mal 1953-1969
Box 106 Mace 1958-1959
Box 106 Machold, Earle J., Trustee 1952-1969
Box 106 MacNaughton, Donald S., Trustee 1965-1969
Box 106 Man 1955-1969
Box 165 Manley, George Leroy 1951-1969 (3 folders)
Box 106 Manley, George Leroy, fieldhouse 1959-1963 (2 folders)
Box 106 Marb - Mars 1953-1969
Box 107 Marion, Frank J., Trustee 1953-1963
Box 107 Married student housing 1956-1966
Box 107 Mart 1955-1967
Box 107 Mas - May 1955-1969
Box 107 Mathematics 1957-1969
Box 107 Mathematics, Pierce, William A. 1958-1962
Box 107 Maxon, Lou R. 1960-1963
Maxwell Graduate School
Box 107 Appleby, Paul H., Dean 1953-1968
Box 107 Bailey, Stephen K., Dean 1959-1968
Box 108 Bye, Carl, Associate Dean 1954-1956
Box 108 Campbell, Alan K., Dean 1969
Box 108 Cleveland, Harlan, Dean 1956-1969 (3 folders)
Box 108 Faculty correspondence 1945-1962 (5 folders)
Box 109 Faculty correspondence 1963-1969 (3 folders)
Box 109 Founding of the school undated
Box 109 Schweitzer chair 1965-1968
Box 109 Social Science, doctorate of 1948-1965, 1967 (3 folders)
Box 109 Mayor, City of Syracuse, Henniger, Anthony 1953-1964
Box 109 Mayor, City of Syracuse, Mead, Donald 1953-1958
Box 109 Mayor, City of Syracuse, Walsh, William F. 1962-1969
Box 109 McA - McE 1960-1969
Box 110 McCurn, Francis D., Judge and Trustee 1953-1966
Box 110 McG 1956-1969
Box 110 McGrath, Earl J. 1953-1965
Box 110 McK - McM 1954-1969
Box 110 Mea - Men 1954-1969
Box 110 Mehlman, Samuel 1954-1969
Box 110 Melvin, Crandall, Trustee 1954-1969
Box 110 Men, Dean of, Carleton, Jim G. 1963-1966
Box 110 Men, Dean of, Clifford, Earle W. 1961-1968
Box 110 Men, Dean of, Krathwohl, Carleton 1953-1961
Box 110 Men, Dean of, Tatham David 1966-1969
Box 110 Meo - Mez 1953-1969
Box 111 Meredith, L. Douglas 1953-1968
Box 111 Merrill, A.B., Trustee 1954-1969
Box 111 Mestrovic, Ivan 1953-1966
Box 111 Methodist Church, Board of Education 1954-1969 (2 folders)
Box 111 Methodist Church, Committee on Christian Higher Education 1955-1961 (2 folders)
Box 112 Methodist Church, Committee on Christian Higher Education 1962-1968 (3 folders)
Box 112 Methodist Church, miscellaneous 1954-1969 (3 folders)
Box 112 Methodist film - Northeastern jurisdiction 1956-1959
Box 112 Methodist universities, conferences, presidents 1957-1962
Box 113 Methodist universities, conferences, presidents 1963-1969
Box 113 Methodist University Presidents Conference, Minnowbrook April-August 1959
Box 113 Meyer, Agnes E. (Mrs. Eugene) 1954-1968
Box 113 Mia - Min 1956-1969
Box 113 Michener, James A. 1968
Box 113 Middle States Association 1953-1968 (2 folders)
Box 113 Middle States Association, John Hopkins University 1957
Box 113 Miller 1953-1968
Box 114 Min - Miy 1954-1965
Box 114 Miscall, Leonard 1953-1969
Box 114 Mod - Moo 1953-1969
Box 114 Mor - Mru 1953-1969
Box 114 Morey, Robert W. 1953-1968
Box 114 Mortuary science, proposed school of 1945-1948
Box 114 Mowry, Clytus F., Trustee 1967
Box 114 Mue - My 1953-1969
Box 114 Music, School of 1951-1965 (2 folders)
Box 115 Music, School of 1966-1969
Box 115 Music, School of, deanship 1962-1963
Box 115 Nad - Nat 1958-1968
Box 115 Nat - Naz 1956-1969
Box 115 National Science Foundation 1954-1967
Box 115 Nea - Nel 1956-1969
Box 115 Nes - New 1952-1968
Box 115 New York 1957-1969
Box 115 New York State Association of Crippled Children 1953-1963
Box 116 New York State Citizens' Council 1953-1960 (3 folders)
Box 116 New York State Committee on Crime 1968-1969
Box 116 New York State Governor, Committee on University Research - teaching and training 1955
Box 116 New York State Governor, Dewey, Thomas E. 1952-1953
Box 116 New York State Governor, Rockefeller, Nelson A. 1958-1969
Box 116 New York State White House Conference on Education 1955
Box 116 New York State, select committee 1967-1969
Box 116 New York Telegraph Company 1959-1969
Box 116 New York University 1953-1969
Box 116 New York, Associated Colleges of Upper 1953-1954
Box 116 New York, State of, Committee on State University Associate of College and University 1949
Box 116 New York, State of, Department of Education 1953-1958
Box 117 New York, State of, Department of Education 1959-1969 (5 folders)
Box 117 New York, State University of 1949-1951 (2 folders)
Box 118 New York, State University of 1952-1968 (5 folders)
Box 118 New York, State University of, College of Medicine 1951-1969
Box 118 New York, State University of, College of Medicine, Herman Weiskotten, Dean 1950-1967
Box 118 Newhouse Communications Center 1960-1967 (2 folders)
Box 119 Newhouse Communications Center, Castle Room 1960-1964
Box 119 Newhouse Communications Center, Communications Alumni Society 1963-1965
Box 119 Newhouse dedication 1964-1965 (2 folders)
Box 119 Newhouse, Donald, E., Trustee 1956-1967
Box 119 Newhouse, S.I. 1955-1963 (3 folders)
Box 119 Newing, Ralph L., Trustee 1955-1968
Box 119 News bureau, information services 1952-1963
Box 120 News bureau, information services 1963-1969
Box 120 Nia - Niv 1960-1968
Box 120 Nob - Nye 1954-1969
Box 120 Noble Foundation 1955-1967
Box 120 North American Holding Corporation 1936-1937, 1944-1963 (4 folders)
Box 121 Nursing, School of 1951-1969 (3 folders)
Box 121 Oak - Oma 1953-1969
Box 121 O'Conner, A. Lindsay, Trustee 1950-1968
Box 121 O'Day, Royal L., Trustee 1961-1969
Box 121 Olin Foundation 1954-1966
Box 121 Olson, John F., Assistant to the Chancellor-Vice President 1956-1963
Box 122 Olson, John F., Assistant to the Chancellor-Vice President 1964-1969
Box 122 One-Oye 1953-1969
Box 122 Onondaga Community College 1961-1969
Box 122 Onondagan 1952-1966
Box 122 Pac-Pal 1953-1957
Box 122 Pan-Pay 1953-1969
Box 122 Parents Association, Best, Allen C. 1958-1969 (2 folders)
Box 122 Parking committee 1953-1968
Box 122 Paul, Mrs. C. Michael 1957-1969
Box 122 Pea - Pel 1953-1969
Box 122 Peace Corps 1961-1967
Box 122 Peale, Mrs. Norman Vincent 1953-1969
Box 123 Pelton, Russell G., Trustee 1967-1968
Box 123 Pen - Pfo 1953-1969
Box 123 Pennsylvania State University 1956-1969 (2 folders)
Box 123 Perry, William A. 1954-1960
Box 123 Personnel Administration, Hafer, John S., Dean 1960-1965 (2 folders)
Box 123 Personnel, Director of, Eschenfelder, William J. 1967-1969
Box 123 Pfeiffer Foundation 1955-1962
Box 123 Phi - Pho 1953-1969
Box 124 Phillips, Dr. Seeley, Trustee 1964-1966
Box 124 Philosophy department 1954-1969
Philosophy panel
Box 124 Blanshard, Brand 1943-1945
Box 124 Circular letters 1943
Box 124 Cooper, Russell 1943-1945
Box 124 Greene, T.M. 1943
Box 124 Hendel, Charles 1943-1945
Box 124 Hocking, Ernest 1943-1946
Box 124 McConnell, T.R. 1943-1944
Box 124 Piper, R.F. 1943-1945
Box 124 Randall, J.H., Jr. 1943-1945
Box 124 Shaw, Mary J. 1943
Box 124 Philosophy, course in - publication material 1942-1945
Box 125 Physics department 1953-1969
Box 125 Pie - Pit 1953-1969
Box 125 Piper, Raymond F. 1953-1966
Box 126 Pla - Plu 1960-1967
Box 126 Placement program 1968
Box 126 Poe - Pow 1953-1968
Box 126 Post-Standard 1954-1969
Box 126 Pra - Pre 1953-1969
Box 126 Preface to philosophy, publication, The MacMillan Company 1944-1946
Box 126 Pri 1958-1968
Box 126 Pro - Pyu 1953-1969
Box 127 Projection '70 1968
Box 127 Psychological and Research Center 1951-1969 (2 folders)
Box 127 Public administration 1950-1960
Box 127 Public affairs, Bartlett, Kenneth G. 1953-1967 (5 folders)
Box 128 Public affairs, Bartlett, Kenneth G. 1968-1969
Box 128 Public affairs, Kennedy, Keith J., Associate 1961-1969
Box 128 Publications, Barnes, Curtis L. 1969
Box 128 Pugsley, Chester D. 1964-1969
Box 128 Purchasing department 1953-1969
Box 128 Q 1954-1969
Box 128 Raa - Ram 1959-1967
Box 128 Race track Collamer 1950-1955
Box 128 Race, John H. 1953-1955
Box 128 Radio, WAER 1953-1969
Box 128 Ran 1953-1969
Box 128 Rap - Ray 1955-1968
Box 128 Rea - Rem 1953-1969
Box 129 Real estate, Burch, William T. 1958-1969 (4 folders)
Box 129 Red Cross 1959-1968
Box 129 Registrar, Kennedy, Keith J. 1950-1958
Box 129 Registrar, Smith, Edwin D. 1961-1969
Box 129 Reifenstein, Dr. Edward C., Sr. 1953-1968
Box 130 Religion, Department of 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 130 Religion, Department of, Rudolph lectures 1961-1969
Box 130 Ren - Rey 1954-1969
Box 130 Research Corporation, New York 1950-1961
Box 130 Research Corporation, Policy Institute 1968-1969
Box 130 Research Corporation, Syracuse University 1957-1964 (2 folders)
Box 131 Research Corporation, Syracuse University 1965-1967 (2 folders)
Box 131 Research, Institute of Industrial 1953-1969, undated (5 folders)
Box 131 Research, Institute of Industrial, Board of Governors meeting minutes 1953-1954
Box 132 Research, Institute of Industrial, Board of Governors meeting minutes 1955-1957 (2 folders)
Box 132 Rib - Rho 1955-1969
Box 132 Riehl, Frank G. 1959-1962
Box 132 Riehlman, R. Walter 1954-1966
Box 132 Ritchie, Albert E. 1953-1967
Box 132 Rob - Rom 1953-1969
Box 132 Rochester Commission 1952-1953
Box 133 Rockefeller Foundation 1956-1969
Box 133 Romance Language, Department of 1953-1969
Box 133 Roo - Roy 1954-1969
Box 133 ROTC 1953-1968 (4 folders)
Box 134 ROTC 1968-1969 (2 folders)
Box 134 Rub - Rye 1953-1969
Box 134 Rubin, J Robert 1953-1963
Box 134 Ryan, Father Gannon F. 1959-1962
Box 134 Ryan, Lewis C., Trustee 1956-1961
Box 134 Saa - Sam 1953-1969
Box 134 Salzberg lectures 1953-1964
Box 135 Salzberg lectures 1965-1969
Box 135 Salzberg, Murray 1952-1968
Box 135 San - Say 1953-1969
Box 135 Sch 1953-1968
Box 135 Schine, Myer J. and Mrs. 1954-1968
Box 135 Schriver, Lester O. 1958-1969
Box 135 Schoepflin, Paul H. 1958-1969
Box 135 Schulman, Jacob 1959-1969
Box 135 Sci - Sco 1953-1968
Box 135 Science Teaching, Division of 1959-1967
Box 135 Sea - Seg 1953-1968
Box 136 Seaton, John L. 1950-1961
Box 136 Security and safety 1959-1968
Box 136 Sei - Sey 1953-1969
Box 136 Sha 1953-1969
Box 136 Shaffer, Mrs. Maurice, Trustee 1967-1968
Box 136 Shaw estate 1944
Box 136 She - Shu 1953-1969
Box 136 Shell Companies Foundation 1958-1969
Box 136 Sheraton - Russell 1961
Box 136 Sie - Sip 1954-1969
Box 136 Sillcox, L.K. 1954-1968
Box 136 Ski - Slo 1958-1968
Box 136 Sloan, Alfred P., Jr. ("Sloan file") 1955-1968
Box 136 Sma - Smy 1956-1969
Box 136 Smalley, F. Mather 1952-1957
Box 137 Smith 1953-1968
Box 137 Smith, Delbert B., Trustee 1960-1966
Box 137 Smith, Elwyn L. 1960
Box 137 Smith, Eugene R. 1955-1969 (2 folders)
Box 137 Smith, F. Gordon 1953-1965
Box 137 Sna - Soy 1953-1969
Box 137 Snow, John Ben, Foundation 1963-1964
Box 137 Social Work, School of 1954-1969 (2 folders)
Box 137 Sociology, Department of 1955-1968
Box 138 Sockman, (Rev.) Ralph W., Trustee 1954-1968
Box 138 Spa - Squ 1953-1969
Box 138 Special education 1964-1969
Box 138 Special education building, Dr. Cruickshank 1953-1963 (2 folders)
Box 138 Speech and Dramatic Art, School of 1960-1968
Box 138 Spencer, Lyle Manly, Trustee 1967-1969
Box 138 Spire, Lyman J. 1957-1969
Box 138 Sprague, Lloyd D., Trustee 1954-1969
Box 138 St - Sta 1953-1967
Box 138 St. Thomas More Chapel (Rev. Borgognoni) 1962-1969
Box 139 State, U.S. Department of 1958-1965
Box 139 Stec - Stew 1953-1969
Box 139 Sti - Sto 1953-1969
Box 139 Str - Sty 1954-1969
Box 139 Student government 1950-1969
Box 139 Student health service 1953-1968
Box 139 Student leadership conferences 1956-1968
Box 139 Student publications 1956-1968
Box 139 Student Services 1959-1960
Box 140 Student Services, Dean of, Carleton, Jim G. 1966-1969 (3 folders)
Box 140 Student union 1953-1968
Box 140 Stuhr, Williams 1952-1969
Box 140 Sul - Suz 1953-1969
Box 140 Summer session 1954-1966
SUNY
See Correspondence-subject files, New York, State University of
SUNY ESF
See Correspondence-subject files, Forestry, College of
SUNY Upstate Medical University
See Correspondence-subject files, New York, State University of, College of Medicine
Box 140 Suranyi-Unger, Theo 1963
Box 140 Sw - Sz 1954-1969
Box 140 Swanton, Harold R. 1959-1965
Box 140 Sykes, W. Clyde, Trustee 1953-1967
Box 141 Syracuse plan 1961-1965 (6 folders)
Box 141 Syracuse plan (Syracuse University plan office) 1965
Box 141 Syracuse, City of, Board of Education 1954-1969
Box 141 Syracuse-in-Asia 1953-1957
Box 141 Syracuse Symphony Society 1950
Syracuse University Press
See Correspondence-subject files, University Press, Syracuse
Syracuse University Research Corporation
See Correspondence-subject files, Research Corporation, Syracuse University
Box 141 Tab - Tay 1953-1969
Box 141 Tavender, Sophia August 1953-1965
Box 142 Tea - Tex 1955-1969
Box 142 Television-Radio Center 1953-1969
Box 142 Television, WCNY 1968
Box 142 Television, WHEN 1966
Box 142 Television, WSYR 1954-1969
Box 142 Temple University 1953-1969
Box 142 Templeton, Irving R. 1953-1965 (3 folders)
Box 142 The - Thu 1953-1968
Box 142 Tic-Toy 1953-1968
Box 142 Tink, Edmund L., Trustee 1953-1965
Box 142 Tomlinson, J. Robert, Trustee 1961-1968
Box 143 Townsend, Fred Blair 1957-1959
Box 143 Tra - Tsu 1952-1969
Box 143 Treasurer 1953-1963 (7 folders)
Box 144 Treasurer 1964-1969 (6 folders)
Box 144 Triple Cities College 1948-1949
Box 145 Triple Cities College 1950
Trustees, Board of
Box 145 Centennial committee 1968
Box 145 Certificates 1947-1968
Box 145 Chancellor, selection of 1968-1969
Box 145 General correspondence 1952-1964
Box 145 Secretary Dewitt C. LeFevre 1967-1969
Box 145 Secretary Eric W. Will 1961-1967
Box 145 Secretary Lewis C. Ryan 1949-1961
Box 145 Tub - Twi 1954-1969
Box 146 U 1953-1969
Box 146 United Fund 1950-1969 (2 folders)
Box 146 United States Steel Foundation 1955-1969
Box 146 University Club, Mid-Hudson Consortium 1969
Box 146 University College 1953-1969 (3 folders)
Box 147 University College, Community Action Training Center 1965-1966 (2 folders)
Box 147 University Council on Education for Public Responsibility 1961-1969 (6 folders)
Box 148 University Hill Corporation 1962-1966
Box 69 University of Denver 1953-1969
Box 125 University of Pittsburgh 1955-1969 (2 folders)
Box 125 University of Pittsburgh, religious survey 1954-1956 (3 folders)
Box 126 University of Pittsburgh, religious survey 1954-1955 (2 folders)
Box 132 University of Rochester 1954-1957
Box 133 University of Rochester 1958-1968
Box 148 University Press 1967-1969
Box 148 University Press, Orange Publishing Company 1953-1962
Box 148 University Press, Syracuse 1953-1960 (5 folders)
Box 149 University Press, Syracuse 1961-1966 (3 folders)
Box 149 University Recording Company 1968
Box 149 University Senate, correspondence 1956-1969
Box 149 University staff, all members 1948-1965
Box 149 Upshur 1954-1957
Box 149 Urban Universities, Association of 1954-1968
Box 149 USAFIT, Russia program 1953-1967
Box 149 Utica College 1953-1959 (2 folders)
Box 150 Utica College 1960-1969 (6 folders)
Box 152 Utica College, deanship 1959
Box 150 Utica College Foundation 1953-1956
Box 151 Utica College Foundation 1957-1969 (6 folders)
Box 152 V 1952-1969
Box 152 Van Sinderen, Adrian 1953-1968 (2 folders)
Box 152 Vice-Chancellor 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Box 152 Wac - Wal 1954-1969
Box 152 War - Way 1956-1969
Box 153 Ward, W. Ralph Bishop, Trustee 1959-1969
Box 153 Warren, Lawrence S. 1954-1969
Box 153 Wea - Wel 1953-1969
Box 153 Weeden, Morris S., Trustee 1969
Box 153 Wer - Wes 1955-1969
Box 153 West Virginia University 1961-1969
Box 154 Whe - Who 1952-1969
Box 154 White, Ernest I. 1953-1958
Box 154 White, Howard J. 1956-1967
Box 154 Wic - Wim 1953-1969
Box 154 Will, Eric, Trustee 1953-1968
Box 154 Wilson, Charles E., Trustee 1953-1968
Box 154 Wilson, Woodrow National Fellowship 1958-1969
Box 154 Win - Wit 1953-1969
Box 154 Winkleman, Dwight W., Trustee 1956-1969
Box 154 Winne, Harry Alonzo, Trustee 1953-1969
Box 154 Winshurst, Harold E.C. 1953-1956
Box 154 Woh - Wyo 1953-1969
Box 155 Women, Dean of 1953-1969 (3 folders)
Box 155 Women's Club, Syracuse University 1955-1963
Box 155 Woolworth, Norman B. 1951-1962
Box 155 World University Service 1950-1966
Box 155 Wyoming Seminary 1954-1968
Box 155 X-Y-Z 1953-1969
Box 155 Xerox Corporation 1965-1968
Box 155 Youth Development Center 1957-1958
Box 156 Youth Development Center 1958-1967 (3 folders)
Box 156 Zeiter, Dr. John Emerson 1953-1958
Box 156 Zoology, Department of 1954-1969
Memorabilia
Box 156 Alfred University one hundred sixteenth Founders' Day convocation, program and photos November 1951 - removed from binder
Awards and recognitions for others
Oversize 5 George Arents award, citations for Lynn Waldorf and William Dodge Lewis 1950-1952
Oversize 8 George Arents award, medal for James Nathaniel Brown, excellence in athletics 1965
Oversize 8 George Arents award, medal for Shirley Jackson Hyman, excellence in literature 1965
Oversize 8 George Arents award, medal for William Dodge Lewis, excellence in education 1952
Oversize 2 Hoople, Gordon Douglas, distinguished and meritorious service award, citation November 1967
Oversize 5 Lyman Cornelius Smith College of Applied Science, fiftieth anniversary, dedication to its founder, Lyman Cornelius Smith 1951
Oversize 5 "Mr. Sam and Mr. Joe," a poem about Speaker Sam Rayburn and Minority Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr., honorary Doctor of Law recipients, includes photo of bestowal of degree 1956
Box 157 Tolley, Ruth, tribute to, from Syracuse University Board of Trustees undated
Oversize 2 Will, Eric Waldemar, distinguished and meritorious service award, citation 1967
Awards and recognitions for Tolley
Box 156 Air Force ROTC, citation to accompany Outstanding Service Award circa 1963
Box 156 Air Force ROTC, Outstanding Service Award circa 1963
Box 163 Air University, Air Force Institute of Technology, five years of service on the staff of Air Force Russian Language program, certificate February 1956
Oversize 8 Air University, United States Air Force, board of visitors 1961-1963 1963
Box 156 Alpha Phi Omega, certificate of membership December 1967
Oversize 3 American Airlines, Admiral of the Flagship Fleet certificate 30 August 1965
Box 156 Board of Trustees message of confidence in Chancellor Tolley's leadership 14 November 1947
Box 156 Certificates, various 1959-1962
Oversize 5 Chancellor William Pearson Tolley, Syracuse University, 1942-1952, "the first ten years," scrapbook from Syracuse University administration 1952
Oversize 2 Chanute Technical Training Center, Air Training Command, United States Air Force, symbol of appreciation for ten years of service as a dedicated instructor of administration and teachers of the Air Force language programs 1961
Box 156 Citations, miscellaneous 1967-1969
Oversize 7 Commemorative plate, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary as chancellor of Syracuse University 1952
Oversize 8 Commemorative silver trowel from the women of the class of 1905 1952
Box 156 Common Council of Syracuse, resolution to Syracuse University football team 1959
Oversize 2 Department of the Army, Outstanding Civilian Service medal, citation September 1969
Box 157 Drew University, centennial convocation, scrapbook, includes citation, program, and photos 1966 - removed from binder
Box 157 Drew University congratulates Tolley on his retirement 1969
Box 157 Fifteen years of service as chancellor, certificate from the Syracuse University class of 1922 circa 1957
Oversize 3 Fifth year of chancellor, expression of support from Syracuse University Board of Trustees Nov 1947
Box 157 Genesee annual conference of the Methodist Church, tribute to William Pearson Tolley, Chancellor of Syracuse University 7 June 1962
Oversize 4 Greetings and best wishes to our chancellor, dedication to Chancellor Tolley from Syracuse University alumni on the fifteenth anniversary of his tenure as chancellor, scrapbook 1957
Box 157 Nearness of distance portfolio, gift to Chancellor Tolley from Eastern Airlines 1967
Box 163 Newcomen dinner honoring Dr. William Pearson Tolley, invitation November 1962
Box 157 New York Academy of Sciences, certificate of membership 1967
Oversize 8 Outstanding alumni award presented to Chancellor Tolley, Alpha Chi chapter, Pi Kappa Alpha 1968 plaque
Oversize 8 Outstanding citizen award for community achievement presented to Chancellor Tolley, Jewish war veterans of the United States 1957 plaque
Box 157 Outstanding civilian service medal, awarded to Chancellor Tolley, citation 1969
Box 163 Outstanding men of 1964, Herald-journal, citation 1964
Oversize 8 Outstanding men of 1964, Herald-journal 1964 plaque
Oversize 8 Outstanding service to the state of New York as Chairman of the Herbert H. Lehman memorial committee, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Governor, with appreciation, medal 1964
Oversize 6 Pacem in terris award for outstanding contribution to world peace and thought, from the IOS Foundation 1969
Box 157 Police department, City of Syracuse, courtesy card 1943
Box 157 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute commencement program, conferring of honorary degrees June 1954
Oversize 3 Reserve Officers Association of United States, Reserved Officer Training program, citation undated
Oversize 2 Salzberg medal, citation 18 November 1968
Oversize 3 School of Nursing, commendation of twenty-fifth anniversary of chancellor April 1968
Oversize 2 Simon Le Moyne award, citation October 1968
Oversize 3 State of New York, Executive Chamber, outstanding public service award, citation September 1969 - includes fountain pen
Box 157 State of Texas (Texas Navy), commissioned honorary admiral October 1959
Oversize 2 Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, certificate of appreciation, member of the undefeated SU football team 16 December 1959
Box 157 "Syracuse in Action," pictorial story of Tolley's first ten years as Syracuse University chancellor 1952
Box 157 Syracuse University class of 1914 forty-fifth reunion dedication to Chancellor Tolley 1959
Box 157 Syracuse University Club of New York City, dinner honoring William Pearson Tolley, citation and program 1954
Box 163 Syracuse University Club of New York City, in behalf of Alumni of Greater New York, ten years as chancellor, citation 1952
Oversize 4 Syracuse University Research Center, pen with display holder celebrating ten years as Chancellor 1952
Oversize 2 Syracuse University Senate, resolution and extension of gratitude 1969
Box 157 Telephone Pioneers of America, certificate of membership 1964
Box 157 Trans World Airlines, Ambassadors Club certificate June 1953
Oversize 3 Twentieth anniversary as chancellor, endorsement of support from the Board of Trustees June 1962
Oversize 4 Twenty-five year service award pin 1967
Box 163 University of the State of New York, Education Department, certificate of appreciation and best wishes August 1955
Oversize 3 The Varsity Club of Syracuse University, honorary letterman of distinction 1969
Box 157 The Varsity Club of Syracuse University honorary membership 1963
Oversize 2 The William Pearson Tolley scholarship, establishment of, resolution by the SU Board of Trustees November 1967
Oversize 1 Chancellor caps 1942-1969 (4 items)
Oversize 9 Chancellor robes 1942-1950 (2 items)
Box 157 Chancellor's box admittance ticket 18 November 1944
Box 157 Chancellor's Christmas cards 1947-1968
Box 163 Inauguration of Dwight David Eisenhower as President of the United States of America, invitation to Tolley 1957
Box 157 Inauguration of Richard M. Nixon as President of the United States of America, invitation to Tolley 1969
Box 157 Jackson, Barbara Wood, summary of commencement speech, signed by Jackson to Tolley circa 1967
Photographs
Box 157 Board of Trustees 1964
Box 157 Excelsior Insurance Company, Board of Directors undated
Oversize 5 Gannett, Frank 1953 - includes personal note to Chancellor Tolley
Box 157 Heroy, William B. undated
Box 157 Malvina Hoffman sculpture, signed 1947
Oversize 2 Maxwell School twenty-fifth anniversary dinner 9 March 1950
Oversize 5 Saltine warrior, Syracuse University boat undated
Box 157 Tolley, William P. 1964-1968, undated
Box 157 Udall, Stewart undated
Oversize 8 "Ve get old so soon und yet so late schmart" desk plate circa 1942-1969
Printed materials
Box 157 "America's college executive: excitement or bust," Eugene E. Grollmes, The Catholic educational review, cites Tolley on page 404 September 1966
Box 157 Bowling Green State University magazine, communicating Tolley's address at the inauguration of President William Travers Jerome III November 1964
Box 157 Careers for women, brochure 1942
Box 158 The central New Yorker October 1967
Box 158 "Chancellor Tolley joins Mohawk Board," Air chief September-October 1963
Box 158 "Chancellor Tolley reports to trustees," Syracuse University alumni news July 1950
Box 158 "Chancellor William Pearson Tolley, 20 years at Syracuse University: an appraisal and a review by the Syracuse post-standard" 1962
Box 158 "The coeducational college in time of war," M. Eunice Hilton, Dean of Women, Syracuse University June-July 1943
Box 158 Congressional record, proceedings and debates, no. 70, with remarks by Chancellor Tolley 30 April 1969
Box 158 Congressional record, proceedings and debates, no. 82, with remarks by Chancellor Tolley 20 May 1969
Box 158 "A dream interpreted," Women's Building Fund committee circa 1942
Box 158 Journal articles on Chancellor Tolley 1962-1968
Box 158 "Laboratory for Successful Living," a Syracuse University marketing publication circa 1950
Box 158 Magazine articles, Syracuse University alumni news 1949-1969
Box 158 "New activities program on Syracuse University war campus," Elsie R. Penfield, Director of Social Activities and Social Education, Syracuse University alumni news October November 1943
Box 158 Newspaper and magazine clippings 1953-1968
Box 158 Newspaper clippings 1943-1969
Box 158 Newspaper clippings, Tolley addresses Allegheny College 1951
Box 158 The Pi Kappa Alpha centennial, committee of one hundred (Tolley featured on page 23) 1968
Box 158 "Simon Le Moyne medal initiated," The heights: the Le Moyne College magazine (page 4) 1968
Box 158 Syracuse University alumni news commemorating dedication of the SI Newhouse Communications Center 1964
Box 158 Training for victory, brochure 1942
Box 158 "An uncommon man," the story of Dr. William Pearson Tolley and Syracuse University, delivered by James E. Allen, Jr. at the Syracuse dinner of the Newcomen Society 1962
Box 159 Utica College, miscellaneous publications 1957-1958
Box 163 "Welcome to Syracuse University," a program for new students 1951
Box 159 World War II - army training, newspaper clippings 1942-1946
Box 159 World War II - GIs in action, newspaper clippings 1944
Box 159 World War II - war chest, newspaper clippings 1942
Box 159 World War II - war time women, newspaper clippings 1942-1946
Writings
Box 159 Academic freedom and tenure, statement to the Board of Trustees of Syracuse University May 1953
Box 159 Address to new students September 1959
Box 159 "The aims of American education," an excerpt from a report to the Board of Trustees of Syracuse University 4 June 1954
Box 159 "The American college in an age of crisis," Villanova College bulletin, one hundredth anniversary convocation addresses 1943
Box 159 The American Football Coaches Association, an address at the luncheon meeting at Hotel Commodore, New York City January 1968
Box 159 American universities in transition and the new role of adult education, fourth Mansbridge lecture 1967
Box 159 "Apologia for squares," commencement address delivered at Rosary Hill College 28 May 1967
Box 159 Association of colleges and universities of the State of New York, address delivered at Skidmore College 29 Oct 1969
Box 159 Baldwin-Wallace College, commencement address 1967
Box 159 "The beginning of wisdom," commencement address at Allegheny College 11 June 1951
Box 159 Building for Syracuse University School of Nursing, memo 1943
Box 159 Centennial address, Century Club 6 December 1966
Box 159 Chancellor's address to freshmen 1953-1957
Box 159 Chancellor's address to freshmen, "college is opportunity" 1950
Box 159 Chancellor's address to freshmen, "shared loyalties, responsibilities, and beliefs" September 1962
Box 159 Chancellor's address to new students, "the quest for the golden fleece" September 1966
Box 159 Chat with the Chancellor 1952-1969 (2 folders)
Box 159 Church and campus in our contemporary world, from the district superintendents' conference undated
Box 159 Commencement address, "the education of a prince" 1962
Box 160 Commencement address, "unfinished business in higher education" February 1948
Box 160 "The contribution of the university to the great society" 26 January 1965
Box 160 "The contribution of the university to the winning of the war and the peace," school and society January 1943
Box 160 Cressey, George B., eulogy, Hendricks Chapel 24 October 1963
Box 160 Dedication of Lena R. Arents rare book room April 1957
Box 160 Dedication of Women's Building November 1953
Box 160 "Disruption, coercion, and academic freedom," Trustee: a quarterly letter to trustees of church-related institutions of higher learner September 1969
Box 160 "The doctor of social studies program at Syracuse University," The journal of general education October 1948
Box 160 "The dreams of youth," Association of American Colleges, volume 32 number 3 October 1946
Box 160 "The dreams of youth," excerpts from the commencement address, Albion College alumni magazine, volume x, no. 3 May 1945
Box 160 "Education for freedom," excerpted from the commencement address at Pace College, New York State's civic and professional leaders October 1963
Box 160 "Education for our common life," all-university lecture series, opening lecture 6 July 1949
Box 160 "Education for tomorrow," An adventure in education: the college farthest out 1944
Box 160 "Education," What readers want in their newspapers: papers given at the 1948 annual meeting of the New York Society of Newspaper Editors September 1948
Box 160 "The end for which the university is governed," a statement to the Board of Trustees May 1968
Box 160 Eta Pi Upsilon address May 4 1968
Box 160 Fifty-seventh commencement of Burlingame-Goodyear School June 1945
Box 160 "Fifty years at the fountain of youth," (or, "some personal opinions") address delivered at Onondaga County Bar Association February 1969
Box 160 Foreign educators, address to 16 December 1953
Box 160 "Forestry in human welfare," reprinted from proceedings, Society of American Foresters 1948
Box 160 Formal opening of University College, Syracuse University and its communities 16 April 1947
Box 160 Freshman convocation 1951-1952
Box 160 "The future of American education," Citizenship 10 March 1958
Box 160 "The good is hard," Pratt Institute, seventy-first founders' and the installation of Robert Fisher Oxnam October 1958
Box 160 A grand strategy for support: United Methodism's task in higher education, President's bulletin board, the United Methodist Church July-August 1968
Box 160 "Great expectations," an address to freshmen Sep 20 1954
Box 160 "The Greeks had no word for it," an address at the New York Alumni Association of Syracuse University March 1946
Box 163 "The hidden agenda of the grove of academe," address presented before the fifty-seventh annual dinner of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce June 1968
Box 160 "Higher education and the war," a radio address over the Columbia Broadcasting System November 1942
Box 160 "The hope of the future," chancellor's address to freshmen 20 September 1961
Box 160 Inauguration of John Frederick Olson as sixth president of the university, Oklahoma City University, inaugural address by Tolley December 1964
Box 160 Inauguration of Robert Fisher Oxnam as the eighth president of Drew University, founders day, address 12 October 1961
Box 160 The instruments of freedom undated
Box 160 Kharas, Ralph E., eulogy for 22 May 1966
Box 160 Kiwanis club, remarks by Tolley honoring the Syracuse and Le Moyne basketball squads March 1966
Box 160 "Learning to see," an address to the class of 1967 8 September 1963
Box 160 Lehigh University commencement address June 1944
Box 160 "Memo to a college trustee: a review and critique," President's bulletin board 1959
Box 160 A message to you from the chancellor 1943
Box 160 The Methodist Church and higher education, president's bulletin board, the United Methodist Church 1964
Box 160 "The mission of the American college," an address delivered at founders day celebration, Alfred University 1 November 1951
Box 160 National University Extension Association, luncheon at Sims Hall, remarks April 1959
Box 160 "The nature of a university," The Methodist story March 1960
Box 160 "New issues for a new day," a reprint of an address delivered at the forty-third annual meeting of the Manufacturers Association of Syracuse February 1956
Box 160 "New sources of power," an address delivered at Buffalo regional technical meeting of American Iron and Steel Institute 4 December 1958
Box 160 New York Telegraph Company, address to February 1963
Box 160 News release announcing beginning of search for successor 1968
Box 160 "The news that moved a nation to prayer," Think, vol. xi, no. 5 May 1945
Box 160 "On the duties of an university towards the nation," by A.C. Swineburne, with an introduction by William P. Tolley, The courier, Syracuse University Library Associates, number 33 1969
Box 160 "Once more the wilderness and a new world," Colgate University one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary address 1944
Box 161 Preface to philosophy, biography for circa 1944
Box 161 "Preface to philosophy: book of readings," Tolley et al, manuscript circa 1945 (7 folders)
Box 161 "Preface to philosophy: textbook," Tolley et al, manuscript 1945
Box 162 "Preface to philosophy: textbook," Tolley et al, manuscript 1945 (4 folders)
Box 162 "Possibilities unlimited," chancellor's address to freshmen 26 September 1960
Box 162 "Power without responsibility," Hobart and William Smith quarterly March 1969
Box 162 "Prerequisites of progress," a commencement address delivered to the graduate professional class of the Division of Business Education, IBM, Endicott, New York 13 October 1944
Box 162 "The present time," speech at dinner honoring Dr. Spencer and Dr. King May 1955
Box 162 "The Promethean faith," address to new students 12 September 1964
Box 162 "Religion is a blue chip," Lycoming: the alumni bulletin December 1957
Box 162 "Remarks from one over thirty," Hamline University bulletin July 1968
Box 162 Retirement dinner for President Eugene G. Bewkes, St. Lawrence University, speech September 1963
Box 162 "A river clear as a crystal," baccalaureate address 9 May 1943
Box 162 "The road to happiness," speech at Methodist men's rally, Chicago Temple April 1950
Box 162 Seventy-fifth anniversary convocation, imagination and experience 17 March 1963
Box 162 "Smith-Corona typewriter and HW Smith" 1951
Box 162 "Some observations on the report of the president's commission on higher education," American Council on Education 1948
Box 162 Some personal opinions, an address to the Onondaga County Bar Association February 1969
Box 162 The spirit of youth and the spirit of learning September 1965
Box 162 Syracuse area pastors' advance banquet, an address 1950
Box 162 "The transcendent aim," an address delivered at the traditional convocation of first year students 22 September 1958
Box 162 Triple Cities College dedication 7 June 1946
Box 162 "The truth shall make us free," commencement address 30 January 1947
Box 162 "Twenty years young," Utica College news 1967
Box 162 University festival, University of Houston, higher education April 1964
Box 162 "What does it mean to be educated," Manlius commencement address June 1952
Box 162 What makes a college great?, an address at Allegheny College 15 June 1963
Box 162 Zeta Beta Tau, testimonial dinner 30 April 1969

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