John W. Lederle Papers

  • 1947-1983 (Bulk: 1960-1970)
  • 67 boxes (32.5 linear ft.)
  • Call no.: RG 003/1-1960

As President of the University of Massachusetts from 1960-1970, John Lederle oversaw a period of rapid expansion an extraordinary cultural change. An attorney and political scientist by training, Lederle had worked as an administrator at the University of Michigan for a number of years before accepting the presidency at UMass in 1960. His tenure in Amherst brought revolutionary change, including the modernization and massive improvement in the academic program, an unprecedented expansion of the physical plant, and an increased autonomy from the state's political wrangling.

Documenting a decade of remarkable growth at UMass Amherst, the Lederle collection includes professional correspondence, administrative records, subject files, committee notes, reports, and news clippings documenting Lederle's presidential tenure. In addition to information on Lederle's involvement with including state government and national professional groups, the collection includes personal correspondence, speeches, bibliographies of writings, biographical information, a transcript of an oral history describing his administration, and materials relating to his professional activities that followed his presidency. A series of confidential records consists mainly of personnel files.

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Background on John W Lederle


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John Lederle, 1960

Born May 26, 1912 in Royal Oak, Michigan, Lederle received his A.B. (1933), A.M. (1934), LL.B. (1936), and Ph.D. (1942), all from the University of Michigan. Admitted to the Michigan Bar in 1936, he worked for a law firm in Detroit from 1936 to 1940 before accepting a position at Brown University as professor of political science and assistant dean (1941-1944). He returned to the University of Michigan in 1944, filling a number of professional roles over the next sixteen years, and was admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court in 1947.

The Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts selected Lederle as President of the University in 1960, seeking to build on the transition from an agricultural college to a full research university that had begun under the administration of John Paul Mather. His vision and political skill, combined with good timing and the availability of generous federal and state funding enabled a radical transformation of the university. During a decade in office, Lederle oversaw a growth in enrollment from just under 6,500 to over 21,000; an increase in the number of graduate students from 901 to 2,240; and an increase in the number of faculty from 768 to 3,500 to go with nearly a tripling in the number of graduate programs from 16 to 44. Equally importantly, Lederle helped give rise to the University of Massachusetts system, including founding the medical school at Worcester in 1962 and the establishing UMass Boston in 1964. The budget grew under his watch nearly 700%, exceeding one hundred million dollars in 1970.

The curricular transformation that Lederle oversaw was extraordinary, over and above the cultural transformations that accompanied student life in the 1960s. During his time in Amherst, the Polymer Research Institute was formed as was the Labor Relations and Research Center, the Research Computing Center, the Five College Radio Astronomy Observatory, the Water Resources Research Center, and the Fine Arts Center. Departments were modernized by the addition of dozens of new faculty per year and student life was transformed through the creation of overseas programs in England, Germany, Italy, Spain, and France; the founding of a Phi Beta Kappa chapter; and the Committee for the Collegiate Education of Black Students. Lederle's tenure at UMass left an equally strong impact on the physical plant. Seventy buildings were built during his decade at the helm, and eight more were under construction when he left office. Among these were the numerous brutalist interventions that transformed with appearance of campus and that symbolized the turn away from the university's agricultural roots.

Lederle was influential well beyond the university and was deeply involved in higher education initiatives at the state and national levels. Among many other commitments, he was a member of the Board of Trustees at the Clarke School for the Deaf from 1975-1986; a member of the executive committee of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges from 1967-1970; a member of the Board of Trustees of Hampshire College from 1965-1970; a member of the Massachusetts Board of Regional Community Colleges from 1960-1970; a member of the Advisory Board of Higher Education Policy from 1962-1965; chair of the Advisory Commission of the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education from 1966-1970; and a member of the New England Board of Higher Education from 1961-1973. Upon his resignation from the presidency in 1970, the Board appointed Lederle the Joseph B. Ely Professor of Government, serving in that capacity until his retirement in 1982..

Lederle held honorary degrees from Amherst, Holy Cross, Boston University, Hokkaido University of Japan, University of Massachusetts, Northeastern, and Lowell State College. He has served on a number of U.S. Congressional special committees, and Massachusetts educational boards. He died in Naples, Fla., on Feb. 13, 2007.

Early career

1936-1940
Lawyer, Detroit firm of Luking, Van Auken and Sprague
1944, 1946
Consultant, Special Campaign Expenditures Committee, U.S. Senate
1945-1948
Staff Attorney, Michigan Municipal League
1948-1951
General Counsel, Michigan Municipal League
1950
Consultant, Special Campaign Expenditures Committee, U.S. House of Representatives
1951-1952
Consultant, Committee on Rules and Administration, U.S. Senate, Sub-Committee on Privileges and Elections
1952
Public Administration Consultant, Mutual Security Agency

State of Michigan

1953-1954
Controller and Head of Department of Administration
1953-1954
Secretary, Michigan State Administrative Board
1953-1954
Secretary, State Building Commission
1953-1954
Chairman, Michigan Commission on Interstate Cooperation
1954-1955
Secretary, Governors Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
1949-
State Chairman, YMCA Youth and Government Committee
1957-
Member, State Committee, YMCA of Michigan
1958-1959
Collaborator, U.S. Forest Service
1958-1959
Consultant, National Committee on Government and Higher Education

UMass Committees

1970-
Chairman, University Pre-Law Advisory Committee.
1972-
Master of Public Administration Committee.
1973-
Campus Presidential Internship Recommendation Committee.
1973-1976
Chairman, Amherst Campus Bicentennial Committee
1974-
Member, University Athletic Committee.
Doctoral and MPA committees.
1977
Representative of Social Science Division, Provost's Self-Evaluation Committee Concerning the Handicapped.
1977-
Member, Advisory Council, Institute of Governmental Services.
1977-
Member and Treasurer, Equine Center Council (Fund raising for improved University horse facilities.
1979-
Member, Sub-Committee on the Physical Environment of the Chancellors Committee on the Environment.
1980
Chairman, Chancellors Ad Hoc Committee on Higher Education Reorganization Legislation.
1980
Member, Trustee Healey Dinner Committee.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Activities

1960-1970
Member, Massachusetts Board of Regional Community Colleges Member, Massachusetts Board of Educational Assistance
1961-1973
Member, New England Board of Higher Education
1970-1971
Member, Advisory Committee for Student Internships in Economic Development
1961
Board of Trustees, Eastern States Exposition
1962-1965
Member, Massachusetts Advisory Board of Higher Education Policy
1966-
Chairman, Advisory Commission to the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education
1972-1973
Advisor, Committee for Economic Development, Sub-Committee on Management and Financing Higher Education
1977-
Member, Education Compact Council of Massachusetts
1977
Chairman, Governors Special Committee on Local Government Management Capacity

Service with National Organizations

1962-1966
Member, National Commission on Accrediting
1962-1964
Member, Blue Cross-Blue Shield Special Commission on Nonprofit Hospital and Medical Service Corporations and the Rising Cost of Hospital and Medical Care to the Public
ca. 1965
Commission on Accreditation of Service, American Council on Educational Experiences (renewed for another year in 1965)
1966
Local Advisory Committee, 72nd National Conference on Government for the National Municipal League
1967-1970
Member, Executive Council, National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
1966-1969
Co-Chairman of the Joint Committee of the Department of Agriculture and Land-Grant Universities on Education for Government Service
1968
Board of Visitors, Air University (USAF)

Consulting

1960
Consultant to the International Cooperation Administration of the U.S. Department of State to consider the feasibility of establishing an Institute of Public and Business Managerial Sciences at Taipei, Formosa for the Nationalist Republic of China.
1967
Consultant, Proposal for Master of Arts Program in Government, University of Illinois, Edwardsville Campus (through The Council of Graduate Schools in the U.S.).
1968
Evaluation, Graduate School of Public Affairs, State University of New York, Albany.
1970
Planning Workshop on Executive Development sponsored by New York State Institute for Governmental Executives, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
1970
Advisor, Government of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico on reorganization of the Executive Branch under National Academy of Public Administration Control.
1970-1971
Chairman, Accreditation Commitee, N.E. Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, to review the Portland--Gorham Campus of the Maine System of Higher Education.
1971-1974
Consultant and Advisor to Governor William Milliken of Michigan on the organization and administration of the Michigan System of Higher Education.
1971
Consultant, Indiana Commission on Higher Education.
1972
Consultant, Committee on University Governance, West Virginia University.
1973
Consultant, Council of Graduate Schools, assigned to University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee to evaluate graduate offerings in political science.
1973-
Consultant, Massachusetts League of Cities and Towns.
1974
Evaluation Consultant, HEW, Program on Education for Public Administration.
1979-
Consultant, Massachusetts Municipal Association.
1979
Member, Review Panel, Office of Education, HEW, on grant requests for public administration schools and departments.

Scope of collection

The papers of John W. Lederle document chiefly his tenure as the University of Massachusetts' sixteenth president from 1960-1970, a decade of rapid growth resulting in dramatic increases in the number of the University's physical structures; in the variety of its academic programs and offerings; and in the size of its staff, faculty, and student body. The collection spans the years 1947-1983, with the majority of materials dating from the period of Dr. Lederle's presidency, and includes professional correspondence, administrative records, subject files, committee notes, reports, and clippings. Administrative records document the operation of the Amherst Campus as well as the development of two new campuses: the Boston Campus and the Medical School Campus in Worcester. These records provide details about the University's buildings, accreditation, finances, colleges and schools, faculty governance, campus newspapers and radio, cooperation with the Five Colleges, and students, including information on student unrest during the 1960s.

Extra-University records document Dr. Lederle's involvement and interactions with governmental and non-governmental organizations at the state, regional, and national levels. In particular, Dr. Lederle was involved with the Board of Higher Education, the Higher Education Facilities Commission, state agencies such as Administration and Finance, the New England Center for Continuing Education, and federal agencies such as the Immigration and Naturalization Service and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

The collection also contains Dr. Lederle's personal correspondence, speeches, bibliographies of his writings, biographical information, a transcript of an oral history describing his administration, and materials relating to his professional activities that followed his presidency.

Finally, the papers include a series of confidential records consisting mainly of personnel files. These materials are restricted and there is no container list for the series in this finding aid.

Arrangement

This collection is organized into six series:

Series descriptions

1960-1983
4 linear feet, 9 boxes

Reflected in biographical materials are details of President Lederle's education; academic positions at Brown University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Massachusetts; his experience as a lawyer and a member of Michigan State government; activities in professional organizations; service to academic and governmental organizations on committees and commissions, in workshops and seminars, and as a consultant and advisor. The transcript of an oral history interview provides an overview of the Lederle years and adds color to the information provided by the papers. Documents and memorabilia concerning President Lederle's inauguration, testimonials following his resignation, and honors and awards are included in this series as are bibliographies of his writings and news releases. Correspondence with friends and colleagues outside the University are arranged by date so that references to events can be more easily located. There is a small quantity of miscellaneous correspondence, mostly in answer to complaints from parents and others, which is arranged alphabetically. A folder of letters to newspapers illustrates the president's public relations skills. Annual reports from 1960 to 1970, speeches and notes, and appointment books complete the material on the presidential years, but there is also information on teaching and university service during Dr. Lederle's tenure as Joseph B. Ely Professor of Government until 1982 and on extra-university service through 1979.

1947-1982
13 linear feet, 27 boxes

Subseries 1. Administration. This subseries concerns the operation of the Amherst Campus primarily, but information about the development of the Boston Campus and Medical School will also be found here, particularly under Dean of Administration Leo Redfern, the Treasurer, and the Provost. Note that Institutional Studies became Budgeting and Institutional Studies in 1969. There are many heading for buildings and many for planning because of the different groups and agencies involved in these activities. Financial matters may have to be tracked under headings of Budget, Capital Outlay, Budgeting and Institutional Studies, and Treasurer as well as under buildings, planning, or other topics as appropriate. An exchange of memos may be partly under the area concerned and partly under the administrative officer involved. President Lederle's views on a subject may be found in personal correspondence in Series 1/2. Materials in the folders on the law firm Ely, Bartlett, Brown and Proctor, on trustees, and on Secretary of the University illuminate many topics.

Subseries 2. Schools, Colleges, Departments and Programs. This subseries covers colleges and schools and departments and also bureaus, institutes, centers, programs, projects, etc. There are also subjects such as Dean's Council, accreditation, cooperative programs within the Five Colleges, Honors Program, International Programs, Residential Colleges and Continuing Education.

Subseries 3. Committees and Councils. This subseries includes study of academic and administrative topics, and again there are headings involving buildings and planning.

Subseries 4. Faculty. This subseries concerns faculty personnel and governance matters. Interactions with faculty concerning academic matters are to be found in subseries 2.

Subseries 5. Students. This subseries covers the administrative offices directly involved with students, such as Dean of Students, Admissions, Dormitories, Placement and Financial Aid, Health Services, and also student governance and organizations. Alumni activities are included. Information on the 1960s student unrest and disruptions will be found here. Information on President Lederle's reactions can be supplemented by referral to personal correspondence in Series 1/2. Referral to Security, Series 2/1, may also be useful.

Subseries 6. Scholarships, Grants, and Gifts. This subseries covers financial assistance, both public and private, to individual faculty and students. Gifts are also included.

Subseries 7. Newspapers, Radio, Television. Files pertaining to Campus newspapers, University of Massachusetts Press, Massachusetts Review, campus radio, educational television, and other publishing activities are included here.

1964-1982
3 linear feet, 6 boxes

This series documents the establishment of the University of Massachusetts campus in Boston from the introduction of legislation in 1964. In folder 460 correspondence November 1981-March 1982 between President Lederle and Professor Richard M. Freeland contains President Lederle's views and describes some of the difficulties in this undertaking. Legislative battles and support and opposition by educational institutions, newspapers, and others has considerable coverage. Consultants' studies for temporary and permanent locations are included, as are the views of politicians and others as covered in the many newspaper clippings. Financing the project, partially by federal funding, is covered. There is material on task forces and committees established to develop policy, organization, staffing, curriculum, and student services and to search for academic and administrative leadership. Admissions and some student activities receive attention.

ca.1960-1970
2 linear feet, 4 boxes

From 1951 the Board of Trustees had considered establishing a medical school. This series includes reports dating from 1956 regarding the need for public medical and dental education and the introduction and support of legislation in 1960. Studies and correspondence with consultants and advisors, opponents and supporters. Letters and newsclippings describe the many controversies that arose, such as the one over the delays and increased costs that nearly brought the project to a halt in 1969. After a successful legislative battle over additional funding the ground breaking ceremony took place October 23, 1969. There was an investigation into the selection of architects, problems in getting a design that would meet with HEW approval for funding, and heated battles over location, with Worcester selected as a compromise. Material on the selection of a dean fills several folders. Removal of the state salary ceiling to enable recruitment of medical teaching and administrative staff required another legislative battle.

1954-1972
9 linear feet, 18 boxes

This series concerns the University's interactions with governmental and non-governmental organizations in the Commonwealth, New England and the nation. Within the Commonwealth of particular importance is the material concerning legislative action:

The Autonomy Bill H.3350 became Chapter 648, signed into law July 11, 1962. To gain greater flexibility in the management of University affairs, particularly in the area of budget, purchasing, personnel, including salary ranges (both of the automatic and discretionary type) and construction.

Trust Fund Bill S.113 became Chapter 877, signed into law January 7, 1966. To clarify the authority of the Board of Trustees to control trust funds in accordance with the Autonomy Bill.

Trust Fund Bill H.4392 became Chapter 505 of the Acts of 1968. To include trust provisions for grant overhead funds.

There is a folder of correspondence with each of the Governors in office during the period. There is considerable material on the Board of Higher Education, its predecessor, the Advisory Board of Higher Education Policy, and the Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education; the Higher Education Facilities Commission, formed to coordinate federal facilities grants; state agencies such as Administration and Finance, Attorney General, Massachusetts Crime Commission; Massachusetts state universities, colleges, and community colleges; state offices having to do with education and various education councils and commissions.

New England organizations include the New England Board of Higher Education; the New England Center for Continuing Education; the New England Council, founder of the New England Center for Continuing Education; and New England State Universities formed for cooperative activities, one of the main programs of which was the Yankee Conference sports federation.

Extra-University material on a national level includes correspondence with the Massachusetts Congressional delegation which, along with material on Health, Education and Welfare, should be consulted for information on federal funding. Other federal agencies include the Atomic Energy Commission, Civil Defense, Immigration and Naturalization Service, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Also included are Civil Rights Act, Economic Opportunity Act, and Higher Education Act. Non-governmental organizations include the American Council on Education and others.


1.5 linear feet, 3 boxes

This series contains applications for administrative positions; letters of recommendation for colleagues, former faculty and staff, and students; and various complaints and grievance procedures regarding tenure, reappointment, nepotism, promotion, court actions, disciplinary actions, etc.

See box list for folder headings.

Collection inventory

Series 1. Personal Papers
1960-1983
4 linear feet, 9 boxes
Subseries 1. Biographical/Bibliographical

Biography (1 of 2)

Box 1: 2
Biography (2 of 2)

Box 1: 3
Inauguration: Invitations and Programs

Box 1: 4
Inauguration: Addresses

Box 1: 5
Inauguration: Congratulatory Certificates

Box 1: 6
Inauguration: Planning

Box 1: 7
Inauguration: Miscellaneous

Box 1: 8
Resignation

Box 1: 9
Testimonial

Box 1: 10
"The University Medal For Outstanding Service"
1982
Box 1: 11
GRC Dedication--Lederle's personal copy of Speech, Program of Events
1983
Box 1: 12
Bibliographical Information

Box 1: 13
Oral History Program Interview Transcript
1975
Box 1: 14
Subseries 2. News Releases and News clippings

News Releases
1961-1965
Box 2: 15
News Releases
1966-1967
Box 2: 16
News Releases
1968-1972
Box 2: 17
News Clippings
1960-1983
Box 2: 18
Subseries 3. Correspondence

Personal
1960-1962
Box 3: 19
Personal
1963
Box 3: 20
Personal
1964
Box 3: 21
Personal
1965
Box 3: 22
Personal
Jan.-Apr. 1966
Box 3: 23
Personal
May-Dec. 1966
Box 3: 24
Personal
Jan.-June 1967
Box 3: 25
Personal
July-Dec. 1967
Box 3: 26
Personal
Jan.-Aug. 1968
Box 3: 27
Personal
Sept.-Dec.1968
Box 3: 28
Personal
Jan.-Apr. 1969
Box 3: 29
Personal
May-Dec. 1969
Box 3: 30
Personal
1970-1974
Box 4: 31
Personal
1975-1982
Box 4: 32
Miscellaneous A-D

Box 4: 33
Clucas, George/Calif. State Colleges
1960-1968
Box 4: 34
Miscellaneous E-K

Box 4: 35
Miscellaneous L-M

Box 4: 36
Miscellaneous N-P

Box 4: 37
Miscellaneous R-T

Box 4: 38
Twohig, Dennis
1961-1965
Box 4: 39
Miscellaneous U-Z

Box 4: 40
With Newspapers
1961-1969
Box 4: 41
Contacts
1960-1964
Box 4: 42
Diary Entries
1960?-1969
Box 4: 43
Subseries 4. Reports

Report
1960
Box 5: 44
"100 Years Of Service"
1961
Box 5: 45
Centennial
1963
Box 5: 46
Report
1964
Box 5: 47
Report
1965
Box 5: 48
Report
1966
Box 5: 49
View From Within
1967
Box 5: 50
Mass. Must Do Better
1968
Box 5: 51
Report
1969
Box 5: 52
"Dynamic Decade 1960-1970"
1970
Box 5: 53
Subseries 5. Speeches

Pre UMass

Box 5: 54
Speeches and Notes
1960-Apr. 1961
Box 5: 55
Speeches and Notes
May-Sept. 1961
Box 5: 56
Speeches and Notes
Oct.-Dec. 1961
Box 5: 57
Speeches and Notes
Feb.-Mar. 1962
Box 6: 58
Speeches and Notes
Apr.-June 1962
Box 6: 59
Speeches and Notes
July-Dec. 1962
Box 6: 60
Speeches and Notes
Jan.-Apr. 1963
Box 6: 61
Speeches and Notes
May-June 1963
Box 6: 62
Speeches and Notes
July-Dec. 1963
Box 6: 63
Speeches and Notes
Jan.-June 1964
Box 6: 64
Speeches and Notes
July-Dec. 1964
Box 6: 65
Speeches and Notes
Jan.-June 1965
Box 6: 66
Speeches and Notes
July-Dec. 1965
Box 6: 67
Speeches and Notes
Jan.-June 1966
Box 7: 68
Speeches and Notes
July-Dec. 1966
Box 7: 69
Speeches and Notes
Jan.-July 1967
Box 7: 70
Speeches and Notes
Aug.-Dec. 1967
Box 7: 71
Speeches and Notes
1968
Box 7: 72
Speeches and Notes
1969
Box 7: 73
Speeches and Notes
1970
Box 7: 74
Speeches and Notes
1971-1983
Box 7: 75
Speeches and Notes
n.d.
Box 7: 76
Legislative Presentations

Box 8: 77
Printed
1961-1965
Box 8: 78
Printed
1966-1969
Box 8: 79
Printed (copies)

Box 8: 80
Subseries 6. Appointment Books

Appointment Books
1960-1969
Box 8: 81
Subseries 7. Extra-University Activities

Advisory Board on the New York State Legislative Institute
1968
Box 8: 82
Boston College Reevaluation (N.E.A.C.S.S.)
1966-1967
Box 8: 83
Subseries 8. Post-Presidency

Political Science Teaching
1969-1982
Box 9: 84
Personal-Union
1976-1981
Box 9: 85
University Service-Post Presidency
1973-1981
Box 9: 86
Bicentennial Committee
1974-1976
Box 9: 87
Extra-University Activities
1970-1978
Box 9: 88
New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Commission on Institutes of Higher Education. Evaluation of UMaine, Portland-Gorham
1971-1972
Box 9: 89
Special Committee on Local Government Capacity in Mass.
1976-1978
Box 9: 90
Special Committee on Local Government Capacity in Mass.
1976-1978
Box 9: 91
Special Committee on Local Government Capacity in Mass.
1976-1978
Box 9: 92
Special Committee on Local Government Capacity in Mass.
1976-1978
Box 9: 93
University of the Philippines
1968, 1977
Box 9: 94
Succeeding Presidents
1977-1979
Box 9: 95
Series 2. University of Massachusetts Amherst
1947-1982
13 linear feet, 27 boxes
Subseries 1. Administration

Amherst (town)
1958-1966
Box 10: 96
Amherst (town)
1967-1970
Box 10: 97
Architecture

Box 10: 93
Budget
1960-1964
Box 10: 99
Budget
1965-1968
Box 10: 100
Budget
1969-1970
Box 10: 101
Budgeting and Institutional Studies, Office of (OBIS)
Feb.-May 1969
Box 10: 102
Budgeting and Institutional Studies, Office of (OBIS)
June-Dec. 1969
Box 10: 103
Budgeting and Institutional Studies, Office of (OBIS)
Jan.-Apr. 1970
Box 10: 104
Budgeting and Institutional Studies, Office of (OBIS)
May-June 1970
Box 10: 105
Building Association
1960-1968
Box 10: 106
Building Authority
1960-1963
Box 11: 107
Building Authority
1963-1964
Box 11: 108
Building Authority
1964-1965
Box 11: 109
Building Authority
1965-1966
Box 11: 110
Building Authority
1966-1967
Box 11: 111
Building Authority
1967-1968
Box 11: 112
Building Authority
1968-1970
Box 11: 113
Buildings--Miscellaneous

Box 11: 114
Bureau of Building Construction
1961-1963
Box 11: 115
Bureau of Building Construction
1965-1966
Box 11: 116
Bureau of Building Construction
1966-1967
Box 11: 117
Bureau of Building Construction
1967-1968
Box 11: 118
Bureau of Building Construction
1968-1969
Box 11: 119
Bus Service

Box 11: 120
Business and Personnel Office
1962-1966
Box 11: 121
Business and Personnel Office
1967
Box 11: 122
Business and Personnel Office
1968-1980
Box 11: 123
Capital Outlay
1965
Box 12: 124
Capital Outlay
1966-1970
Box 12: 125
Centennial
1959-1962
Box 12: 126
Centennial
1963
Box 12: 127
Centennial - Turner Day in Templeton
1962
Box 12: 128
Collective Bargaining
1966-1967
Box 12: 129
Collective Bargaining
1968
Box 12: 130
Collective Bargaining
Jan.-June 1969
Box 12: 131
Collective Bargaining
July 1969-1970
Box 12: 132
(not used)

Box 12: 133
Conference Board
1960-1969
Box 12: 134
Democratic State Convention in Amherst at UMass
1970
Box 12: 135
Ely, Bartlett, Brown and Proctor
1961-1964
Box 13: 136
Ely, Bartlett
1964-1965
Box 13: 137
Ely, Bartlett
1965-1967
Box 13: 138
Ely, Bartlett
1967-1970
Box 13: 139
Endowment Funds Investment-Standinsh, Ayer and McKay, Inc.
1961-1970
Box 13: 140
External Relationships Study (Bonham Report)
1967-1969
Box 13: 141
Fire Department
1963-1969
Box 13: 142
Graduate Research Center
1963-1968
Box 13: 143
Herter Hall
1963-1969
Box 13: 144
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
1962-1964
Box 13: 145
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
1965-1966
Box 13: 146
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
1967
Box 13: 147
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
Jan.-July 1968
Box 13: 148
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
Aug-Nov. 1968
Box 13: 149
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
Dec. 1968
Box 13: 150
Institutional Studies, Office of, (OIS)
1969
Box 13: 151
Leonardo da Vinci Papers
1967-1969
Box 14: 152
Library
1961-1965
Box 14: 153
Library
1966-1967
Box 14: 154
Library
1968-1969
Box 14: 155
North Pleasant Street
1968-1969
Box 14: 156
Parking
1963-1970
Box 14: 157
Physical Plant
1962-1967
Box 14: 158
Physical Plant
1968-1969
Box 14: 159
Physical Plant--Manpower Shortage Report
Nov. 1, 1968
Box 14: 160
(not used)

Box 15: 161
Planning Officer
1965-1966
Box 15: 162
Planning Officer
1967
Box 15: 163
Planning Officer
1968
Box 15: 164
Planning Officer
1969-1970
Box 15: 165
Planning--Reorganization Study
1969
Box 15: 166
Planning--Resource Material

Box 15: 167
Presidential Search

Box 15: 168
Provost Search

Box 15: 169
Provost
1965-1966
Box 15: 170
Provost
1961-1964
Box 15: 171
Provost
1967-1968
Box 15: 172
Provost
1969-1970
Box 15: 173
Reclassification of Administrative Positions
1960-1962
Box 16: 174
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
1964-1965
Box 16: 175
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
Jan.-June 1966
Box 16: 176
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
July-Dec. 1966
Box 16: 177
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
Jan.-March 1967
Box 16: 178
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
Apr.-Sep. 1967
Box 16: 179
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
Oct.-Dec. 1967
Box 16: 180
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
Jan.-June 1968
Box 16: 181
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
July-Dec. 1968
Box 16: 182
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
Jan.-Apr. 1969
Box 16: 183
Redfern, Leo, Dean of Administration
May-Oct. 1969
Box 16: 184
Secretary of the University, Search
1961-1964
Box 17: 185
Secretary of the University, McCartney
1962-1966
Box 17: 186
Secretary of the University, McCartney
1967-1968
Box 17: 187
Secretary of the University, McCartney
1969-1970
Box 17: 188
Security
1963-1965
Box 17: 189
Security
1966-1967
Box 17: 190
Security
1968
Box 17: 191
Security
1969-1970
Box 17: 192
Committee: Campus Security
1969
Box 17: 193
Security--Powell Report
1969
Box 17: 194
Space Utilization

Box 17: 195
Treasurer
1961-1963
Box 18: 196
Treasurer
1964
Box 18: 197
Treasurer
1965
Box 18: 198
Treasurer
1966
Box 18: 199
Treasurer
Jan.-July 1967
Box 18: 200
Treasurer
Aug.-Dec. 1967
Box 18: 201
Treasurer
Jan.-June 1968
Box 18: 202
Treasurer
July-Aug. 1968
Box 18: 203
Treasurer
Sept.-Dec.1968
Box 18: 204
Treasurer
Jan.-Feb. 1969
Box 18: 205
Treasurer
Mar.-June 1969
Box 18: 206
Treasurer
July-Dec 1969
Box 18: 207
Treasurer
1970
Box 18: 208
Trustees
1960-1965
Box 19: 209
Trustees
1966-1967
Box 19: 210
Trustees
1968-1970
Box 19: 211
Trustees--Newsclips Sent

Box 19: 212
Venman, William, Assistant to the Provost
1962-1966
Box 19: 213
Venman, William, Assistant to the Provost
1967
Box 19: 214
Venman, William, Assistant to the Provost
1968
Box 19: 215
Venman, William, Asst. Dean of Administration
1969
Box 19: 216
Venman, William
1970
Box 19: 217
Year-Round Operation

Box 19: 218
Subseries 2. UMass Schools, Colleges, Departments, and Programs

Accreditation
1960-1963
Box 20: 219
Agriculture, College of, Dean Search
1960-1961
Box 20: 220
Agriculture, College of
1960-June 1961
Box 20: 221
Agriculture, College of
July 1961-1962
Box 20: 222
Agriculture, College of
1963
Box 20: 223
Agriculture, College of
Jan.-April 1964
Box 20: 224
Agriculture, College of
May-Dec. 1964
Box 20: 225
Agriculture, College of
1965-1966
Box 20: 226
Agriculture, College of
1967
Box 20: 227
Agriculture, College of
Jan.-July 1968
Box 20: 228
Agriculture, College of
Aug.-Dec. 1968
Box 20: 229
Agriculture, College of
1969-1970
Box 20: 230
Arts and Sciences, Dean Search
1960-1961, 1969
Box 21: 231
Arts and Sciences
1962-1963
Box 21: 232
Arts and Sciences
1964-1967
Box 21: 233
Arts and Sciences
1968
Box 21: 234
Arts and Sciences
1969-1970
Box 21: 235
Botany
1966-1970
Box 21: 236
Bureau of Government Research
1964-1968
Box 21: 237
Business Administration, School of
1961-1970
Box 21: 238
Computer Science
1962-1969
Box 21: 239
Continuing Education
1960-1965
Box 21: 240
Continuing Education
1966-1970
Box 21: 241
Dean's Advisory Council
1964
Box 21: 242
Economics
1968-1969
Box 21: 243
Education, School of
1960-1964
Box 21: 244
Education, School of
1965-1967
Box 21: 245
Education, School of
1968
Box 21: 246
Education, School of
1969-1970
Box 22: 247
Engineering, School of
1960-1961
Box 22: 248
Engineering, School of
1962-1964
Box 22: 249
Engineering, School of
1965-1967
Box 22: 250
Engineering, School of
1968-1970
Box 22: 251
Engineering, School of, Dean Search
1961-1964
Box 22: 252
English
1963-1969
Box 22: 253
Fine Arts
1963-1969
Box 22: 254
Fine Arts Council
1959-1970
Box 22: 255
Four-College- New College
1958-1962
Box 22: 256
Four-College-Cooperative Programs
1956-1965
Box 22: 257
Four-College-Astronomy
1964
Box 22: 258
Five Colleges
1965-1967
Box 22: 259
Five-College Radio Observatory
1967-1970
Box 22: 260
Forestry
1969
Box 22: 261
(not used)

Box 23: 262
Government
1961-1970
Box 23: 263
Graduate School
1962-1964
Box 23: 264
Graduate School
1965
Box 23: 265
Graduate School
1966
Box 23: 266
Graduate School
Jan.-July 1967
Box 23: 267
Graduate School
Aug.-Dec, 1967
Box 23: 268
Graduate School
Jan.-Feb. 1968
Box 23: 269
Graduate School
Mar.-Dec. 1968
Box 23: 270
Graduate School
1969-1970
Box 23: 271
Graduate School, Dean Search
1961-1968
Box 23: 272
History
1962-1970
Box 24: 273
Home Economics, School of
1961-1969
Box 24: 274
Honors Program
1960-1969
Box 24: 275
Institute of Environmental Psychophysiology
1962-1963
Box 24: 276
Institute on Underdeveloped Areas
1961-1962
Box 24: 277
International Programs
1964-1968
Box 24: 278
International Programs
1969
Box 24: 279
International Programs, Report
1968
Box 24: 280
International Programs, Freiburg
1963-1968
Box 24: 281
International Programs, Hokkaido
1959-1960
Box 24: 282
International Programs, Hokkaido
1962
Box 24: 283
International Programs, Hokkaido
1963-1969
Box 24: 284
International Programs, Malawi
1967-1969
Box 24: 285
International Programs, Tororo Girls School,Uganda
1964-1968
Box 24: 286
(not used)

Box 25: 287
Labor Relations and Research Center
1963-1964
Box 25: 288
Labor Relations and Research Center
1965-1967
Box 25: 289
Labor Relations and Research Center
1968-1970
Box 25: 290
Labor Relations and Research Center, Advisory Council
1964-1966
Box 25: 291
Labor Relations and Research Center, Advisory Council
1967-1970
Box 25: 292
Labor Relations and Research Center OEO Trade Union Leadership Training Program for New England
1969
Box 25: 293
Law School
1964-1969
Box 25: 294
Marine Science
1962
Box 25: 295
Marine Science
1963-1968
Box 25: 296
Mathematics
1967
Box 25: 297
Microbiology
1961-1964
Box 25: 298
Museum of Natural Sciences

Box 25: 299
Music Departments
1965-1971
Box 25: 300
Nursing, School of
1959-1963
Box 26: 301
Nursing, School of
1964-1969
Box 26: 302
Physical Education, School of
1961-1963
Box 26: 303
Physical Education, School of
1964-1968
Box 26: 304
Physical Education, School of
1969-1970
Box 26: 305
Physics Department
1964-1968
Box 26: 306
Pittsfield Program
1960-1962
Box 26: 307
Polymer Research Institute
1968-1969
Box 26: 308
Princeton Critical Language Program
1967-1969
Box 26: 309
Public Health Department
1964-1969
Box 26: 310
Psychology
1966-1970
Box 26: 311
Residential Colleges
1963-1965
Box 26: 312
Residential Colleges
1966-1973
Box 26: 313
ROTC
1960-1965
Box 27: 314
ROTC
1966-1968
Box 27: 315
ROTC
1969
Box 27: 316
ROTC
1970
Box 27: 317
Sociology
1967-1969
Box 27: 318
Speech
1966-1970
Box 27: 319
Themis Project--Research on Deep Sea Submersibles
1967
Box 27: 320
Water Resources Research Center
1963-1964
Box 27: 321
Water Resources Research Center
1965-1970
Box 27: 322
Zoology
1969
Box 27: 323
Subseries 3. UMass Committees and Councils

Actuarial Science
1961-1962
Box 28: 324
Chemical Storage and Distribution
1967-1968
Box 28: 325
Committee for the Collegiate Education of Black Students (CCEBS)
1967-1971
Box 28: 326
Convocation and Activities Center Dev.
1969
Box 28: 327
Convocation and Activities Center Dev.
1969
Box 28: 328
Culturally or Economically Deprived Students
1963-1965
Box 28: 329
Lights and Locks
1966-1967
Box 28: 330
Long-Range Academic Planning
1962
Box 28: 331
Long-Range Planning
1964-Sept. 1966
Box 28: 332
Long-Range Planning
Oct.-Dec. 1966
Box 28: 333
Long-Range Planning
1967
Box 28: 334
Long-Range Planning
Jan.-July 1968
Box 28: 335
Long-Range Planning
Summer 1968-1969
Box 28: 336
Long-Range Planning, Faculty Senate
1968-1970
Box 28: 337
Master Planning Physical Development
1961-1969
Box 29: 338
Miscellaneous, A-I

Box 29: 339
Miscellaneous, J-Z

Box 29: 340
Procurement Board
1966-1967
Box 29: 341
Development Advisory Council for Voluntary
1969-1970
Box 29: 342
Support Program

Box 29
Women's Advisory Council

Box 29: 343
Subseries 4. UMass Faculty

AAUP Salary Surveys
1964-1970
Box 29: 344
Additional Compensation
1968-1969
Box 29: 345
AAUP/AFT
1959-1970
Box 29: 346
Campus Governance
1969-1970
Box 29: 347
Faculty Group for Academic Freedom
1969-1970
Box 29: 348
Recruiting Faculty
1967
Box 29: 349
Salaries
1962-1963
Box 29: 350
Salaries
1964-1965
Box 29: 351
Salaries
1966-1969
Box 29: 352
Travel
1961-1970
Box 29: 353
Subseries 5. UMass Students

Admissions
1960-1967
Box 30: 354
Admissions
1968-1969
Box 30: 355
Admissions
1970
Box 30: 356
Alcoholic Beverages
1959-1962
Box 30: 357
Alumni
1961-1965
Box 30: 358
Alumni
1966-1967
Box 30: 359
Alumni
1968
Box 30: 360
Alumni
1969-1970
Box 30: 361
Alumni-Centennial Committee for University Development
1962-June 1963
Box 30: 362
Alumni-Centennial Committee for University Development
Jul-Dec. 1963
Box 30: 363
Campus Center
1965-1968
Box 30: 364
Close, Charles--Terminated Art Exhibit at Student Union
1967-1977
Box 30: 365
College Extrance Examination Board
1969-1970
Box 30: 366
Commencement
1961-1969
Box 30: 367
Conscientious Objector
1957-1962
Box 30: 368
Dean of Students
1961-1964
Box 31: 369
Dean of Students
1965
Box 31: 370
Dean of Students
1966
Box 31: 371
Dean of Students
Jan.-April 1967
Box 31: 372
Dean of Students
May-Dec. 1967
Box 31: 373
Dean of Students
1968
Box 31: 374
Dean of Students
Jan.-April 1969
Box 31: 375
Dean of Students
May 1969-1970
Box 31: 376
Dean of Students-Counseling and Guidance Office
1963-1964
Box 31: 377
Dean of Students-Counseling and Guidance Office
1965-1967
Box 31: 378
Dean of Students-Counseling and Guidance Office-Dormitory Security
1967-1969
Box 31: 379
Dean of Students-Counseling and Guidance Office
1970
Box 31: 380
Dean of Students-Counseling and Guidance Office-Motor Vehicle Regulations and Violations
1962-1967
Box 31: 381
Dean of Students-Counseling and Guidance Office-Open Housing
1967-1969
Box 31: 382
Martin Luther King, Jr. Social Action Council
1968-1969
Box 32: 383
Miscellaneous
1968-1975
Box 32: 384
Newman Center
1961-1963
Box 32: 385
Phi Beta Kappa
1962-1964
Box 32: 386
Placement and Financial Aid Services
1967-1970
Box 32: 387
Racial Incident
Nov. 1968
Box 32: 388
Recognized Student Organizations
1959-1966
Box 32: 389
Selective Service
1968-1969
Box 32: 390
Spring Day

Box 32: 391
Student Communications Board
1966
Box 32: 392
Student Communications Board
1967
Box 32: 393
Student Communications Board
1968-1969
Box 32: 394
Student Culture Project
1963-1964
Box 32: 395
Student Culture Project
1965-1966
Box 32: 396
Student Senate
1965-1968
Box 32: 397
Student Senate
1969-1970
Box 32: 398
Student Senate, Graduate
1968-1969
Box 32: 399
Dormitories--Coed
1969-1970
Box 33: 400
Dormitories--Curfew
1966
Box 33: 401
Dormitories--Fees
1968-1970
Box 33: 402
Dormitories--Food Service
1960-1970
Box 33: 403
Dormitories--Open House Policy
1968-1969
Box 33: 404
Dormitories--Staff
1967-1969
Box 33: 405
Dow Recruitment Protest
Feb. 1968 & 1969
Box 33: 406
Drugs
1967
Box 33: 407
Foreign Students
1966-1970
Box 33: 408
Fraternities & Sororities
1947-1967
Box 33: 409
Health Services
1962-1966
Box 33: 410
Health Services
1967
Box 33: 411
Health Services
1968-1969
Box 33: 412
Housing
1963-1966
Box 33: 413
Housing
1967-1969
Box 33: 414
Housing
1970
Box 33: 415
Hubert Humphrey Protest
1970
Box 33: 416
Student Strike
May 1970
Box 34: 417
Student Union
1962-1969
Box 34: 418
Student Unrest
1965-1968
Box 34: 419
Student Unrest
1969-1970
Box 34: 420
Tuition
1961-1970
Box 34: 421
Vietnam Moratorium
1967-1969
Box 34: 422
Wolk, Barry Memorial

Box 34: 423
Subseries 6. Scholarships, Grants, and Gifts

Agricultural Purposes Fund
1962-1963
Box 35: 424
Board of Educational Assistance (Mass.)
1956-1963
Box 35: 425
Board of Educational Assistance (Mass.)
1964-1966
Box 35: 426
Crampton Fund
1961
Box 35: 427
Ford Foundation
1960-1965
Box 35: 428
Ford Foundation
1966-1970
Box 35: 429
Fulbright Fellowships
1966-1967
Box 35: 430
Gifts
1961-1968
Box 35: 431
Guggenheim Fellowships
1965-1967
Box 35: 432
Kellogg Foundation
1964-1969
Box 35: 433
Lotta Crabtree Fellowships
1964-1966
Box 35: 434
Saltonstall-Herter Memorial
1968
Box 35: 435
Scholarships and Grants
1961-1963
Box 35: 436
Scholarships and Grants
1964-1965
Box 35: 437
Scholarships and Grants
1966
Box 35: 438
Scholarships and Grants
1967
Box 36: 439
Scholarships and Grants
1968
Box 36: 440
Scholarships and Grants
Jan.-June 1969
Box 36: 441
Scholarships and Grants
July-Dec. 1969
Box 36: 442
Scholarships and Grants
1970
Box 36: 443
Sheraton Corporation
1967-1970
Box 36: 444
University of Massachusetts Foundation
1961-1970
Box 36: 445
Vending Machine Proceeds
1956-1982
Box 36: 446
Subseries 7. Newspaper, Radio, and Television

Collegian
1966-1969
Box 36: 447
Educational Television
1963-June 1967
Box 36: 448
Educational Television
July 1967-1969
Box 36: 449
Massachusetts Review
1964-1970
Box 36: 450
News Office
1963-1969
Box 36: 451
Publications Commission Report
1966
Box 36: 452
Radio Stations
1960-1970
Box 36: 453
University of Massachusetts Press
1961-1968
Box 36: 454
Yahoo
1962-1969
Box 36: 455
Ye Mother of Voices
1967
Box 36: 456
Series 3. University of Massachusetts Boston
1964-1982
3 linear feet, 6 boxes
Subseries 1. General files

General Files
1964
Box 37: 457
General Files
1965-1966
Box 37: 458
General Files
1967-1968
Box 37: 459
General Files
1969-1982
Box 37: 460
Subseries 2. Subject files

Academic Organization
1967-1970
Box 37: 461
Admissions
1964-1970
Box 37: 462
Architecture
1964-1968
Box 37: 463
Bulletin and Calendar
1968
Box 37: 464
Chancellor
1965-1966
Box 37: 465
Chancellor
1967-1970
Box 37: 466
Chancellor Search
1968
Box 37: 467
Chancellor Search
1968
Box 37: 468
Chancellor Search
1968
Box 37: 469
Chancellor Search additional candidates
1968
Box 37: 470
Commencement
1968-1970
Box 38: 471
Committee on New Concepts and New Departures
Jan.-Oct. 1964
Box 38: 472
Committee on New Concepts and New Departures
Nov.-Dec. 1964
Box 38: 473
Committee on New Concepts and New Departures
Jan.-Feb. 1965
Box 38: 474
Committee on New Concepts and New Departures
Mar.-Sept. 1965
Box 38: 475
Committee on New Concepts and New Departures, Ideas
1964
Box 38: 476
Committee on New Concepts and New Departures, Minutes
1964-1965
Box 38: 477
Committee on Student Services
1964-1965
Box 38: 478
Committees
1964-1965
Box 38: 479
Costs/Budget
1964
Box 38: 480
Costs/Budget
1965-1969
Box 38: 481
Curriculum
1964
Box 38: 482
Curriculum
1965-1970
Box 38: 483
Federal Grant
1967-1968
Box 39: 484
Fiscal Officer
1964-1968
Box 39: 485
Gas Co. Building
1964-1970
Box 39: 486
Governance
1966-May 1969
Box 39: 487
Governance
June 1969-1970
Box 39: 488
Information Kit

Box 39: 489
Legislation and Support
Jan.-March 1964
Box 39: 490
Legislation and Support
April-May 1964
Box 39: 491
Legislation and Support
June-Dec. 1964
Box 39: 492
Legislation and Support
1965-1969
Box 39: 493
Legislation and Support
n.d.
Box 39: 494
Library
1964-65
Box 39: 495
Location
1962-Sept. 1964
Box 40: 496
Location
Oct.-Dec. 1964
Box 40: 497
Location
1965-1966
Box 40: 498
Location
Jan.-June 1967
Box 40: 499
Location
July-Dec. 1967
Box 40: 500
Location
Jan.-April 1968
Box 40: 501
Location
May-Sept. 1968
Box 40: 502
Location
Oct. 1968
Box 40: 503
Location
Nov. 1968
Box 40: 504
Location
1969
Box 40: 505
Location--Clippings

Box 40: 506
Location--Clippings

Box 40: 507
Location--Publications

Box 41: 508
Location Report: "Appraisal of 100 Arlington St.."
1965
Box 41: 509
Location Report: "Building Feasibility & Cost Analysis"
1964
Box 41: 510
Location Report: "Boston Campus Facilities and Location"
1964
Box 41: 511
Location Report: (Tremont Sts., Bolyston and Head Place)
1964
Box 41: 512
Long Range Planning
1966-1967
Box 41: 513
Long Range Planning
1968-1969
Box 41: 514
Metropolitan Area Planning Council
1964-1965
Box 41: 515
Military Recruitment--UMass Boston
1968-1969
Box 41: 516
Professional Theatre Program Proposal
1967-1968
Box 41: 517
Space Requirements
1964-1969
Box 41: 518
Staffing
1964-1965
Box 41: 519
Staffing
1966-1967
Box 41: 520
Staffing
Jan.-July 1968
Box 42: 521
Staffing
Aug.-Dec. 1968
Box 42: 522
Staffing
1969-1970
Box 42: 523
Staffing Applications and Recommendations
1964-1969
Box 42: 524
Students
1964-1972
Box 42: 525
Task Force: Operation UMass-Boston
June-Aug. 1964
Box 42: 526
Task Force: Operation UMass-Boston
Sept.-Dec. 1964
Box 42: 527
Task Force: Operation UMass-Boston
1965
Box 42: 528
Task Force: Operation UMass-Boston--Minutes
1964
Box 42: 529
Task Force: Operation UMass-Boston--Minutes
1965
Box 42: 530
Task Force: Operation UMass-Boston--Report
1964-1965
Box 42: 531
Series 4. UMass Medical School
ca.1960-1970
2 linear feet, 4 boxes
Subseries 1. General files

General Files
pre-1960
Box 43: 532
General Files
1960
Box 43: 533
General Files
1961
Box 43: 534
General Files
Jan.-Oct. 1962
Box 43: 535
General Files
Nov.-Dec. 1962
Box 43: 536
General Files
1963-1967
Box 43: 537
General Files
1968-1970
Box 43: 538
Subseries 2. Subject files

Additional Funding Legislative Battle
Jan.-July 1969
Box 43: 539
Additional Funding Legislative Battle
Jan.-July 1969
Box 43: 540
Additional Funding Justification
March 1964
Box 43: 541
Architecture
1965-June 1966
Box 44: 542
Architecture
July 1966-1970
Box 44: 543
Architect Selection Investigation
1966
Box 44: 544
Architect Selection Investigation
1966
Box 44: 545
Construction

Box 44: 546
Costs
1962-1967
Box 44: 547
Costs
1968
Box 44: 548
Costs
1969
Box 44: 549
Dean
1962-1970
Box 45: 550
Dean Search
1962-1964
Box 45: 551
Dean Search
1962-1964
Box 45: 552
Additional Dean Candidates
1963
Box 45: 553
Additional Dean Candidates
1963
Box 45: 554
Dental School
1963-1968
Box 45: 555
Federal Grants
1963-June 1969
Box 45: 556
Federal Grants
July 1968-1979
Box 45: 557
Grant, Application for a joint construction
Feb. 28, 1968
Box 45: 558
Grant, Application for a joint construction
June 14, 1968
Box 45: 559 A
Location
1961-1963
Box 46: *560
Location
Jan.-Sept. 1964
Box 45: 561
Location
Oct.-Dec. 1964
Box 45: 562
Location
Jan.-June 1965
Box 45: 563
Location
July-Sept. 1965
Box 45: 564
Location
Oct.-Dec. 1965
Box 45: 565
Location
1966-1969
Box 45: 566
Publications

Box 45: 567
Salaries
1963-1969
Box 45: 568
Medical Scholarship Bills
1962-1963
Box 45: 569
Staffing
1964-1970
Box 45: 570
Students and Tuition
1969-1970
Box 45: 571
Survey, Medical Schools and Medical Ed.
July 22, 1960
Box 45: 572
Series 5. Extra-University
1954-1972
9 linear feet, 18 boxes
Subseries 1. Massachusetts Legislature

Autonomy
Sept.-Oct. 1961
Box 47: 573
Autonomy
1959-Aug. 1961
Box 47: 574
Autonomy
Nov. 1-2, 1961
Box 47: 575
Autonomy
Nov. 6 - Dec.1961
Box 47: 576
Autonomy
Jan. 1962
Box 47: 577
Autonomy
Feb.-March 1962
Box 47: 578
Autonomy
April-Dec. 1962
Box 47: 579
Autonomy
1963-1965
Box 47: 580
Autonomy
n.d.
Box 47: 581
Autonomy
n.d.
Box 47: 582
Autonomy--Congratulations and Thank you letters

Box 48: 583
Autonomy--Inquiries from out-of-state

Box 48: 584
Legislation
1960-1967
Box 48: 585
Legislation
1968
Box 48: 586
Legislation
1969-1970
Box 48: 587
Legislative leave
1968
Box 48: 588
Legislators' Day
1961-1967
Box 48: 589
Legislators--Misc.
1967-1969
Box 48: 590
House and Senate Reports

Box 48: *559B
Legislature--House Ways and Means Committee
1958-1966
Box 48: 591
Legislature
1967-1969
Box 48: 592
Legislature--Senate Ways and Means Committee
1960-1965
Box 48: 593
Legislature
1966-1969
Box 48: 594
Legislature--Legislative Research Council
1964
Box 48: 595
Legislature--Misc. Letters
1963-1970
Box 48: 596
Trust Fund Bills
1965-1968
Box 48: 597
Subseries 2. Massachusetts Governors

Furcolo
1960-1962
Box 49: 598
Peabody
1962-1967
Box 49: 599
Volpe
1960-1965
Box 49: 600
Volpe
1966-1969
Box 49: 601
Sargent
1968-1970
Box 49: 602
Governor's Economic Advisory Council
1963-1964
Box 49: 603
Subseries 3. Massachusetts Board of Higher Education

General
1961-1965
Box 50: 604
General
1966
Box 50: 605
General
1967
Box 50: 606
General
1968
Box 50: 607
General
1969
Box 50: 608
General
1970-1972
Box 50: 609
Advisory Committee on Nursing Education
1962-1968
Box 50: 610
Boston Metropolitan Area Study
1967-1969
Box 50: 611
Boston Metropolitan Area Study
1967-1969
Box 50: 612
Dental School Study
1966-1968
Box 50: 613
Federal Grants Reporting Bill
1967-1968
Box 50: 614
Legislative Bills
1966-1967
Box 50: 615
Master Plan Study Committee
1970-1971
Box 51: 616
Master Plan Study Committee
1970-1971
Box 51: 617
Master Plan Study Committee
1970-1971
Box 51: 618
Student Financial Aid
1966-July 1967
Box 51: 619
Student Financial Aid
Aug 1967-1970
Box 51: 620
Student Financial Aid Study Report
Sept. 15, 1967
Box 51: 621
Student Financial Aid Study Report
Oct. 6, 1967
Box 51: 622
Willis Act
1964-1965
Box 51: 623
Willis Act
1964-1965
Box 51: 624
Willis Act
1964-1965
Box 51: 625
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy
1962
Box 52: 626
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy
1963
Box 52: 627
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy
Jan.-May 1964
Box 52: 628
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy
June-Dec. 1964
Box 52: 629
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy
Jan.-June 1965
Box 52: 630
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy
July-Dec. 1965
Box 52: 631
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy, Minutes
1963-1965
Box 52: 632
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy, Annual Reports
1962-1963
Box 52: 633
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy, Annual Reports
1964
Box 52: 634A
Advisory Board of Higher Educ. Policy, Annual Reports
1965
Box 52: 634B
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education
1966-1967
Box 53: 635
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education
1968
Box 53: 636
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education
1969
Box 53: 637
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education
1970
Box 53: 638
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Collegiate Authority Com.
1966-1968
Box 53: 639
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, High School Equivalency Program Certification
1968
Box 53: 640
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Labor Relations Committee
1968-1970
Box 53: 641
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Position Classification
1967-1968
Box 53: 642
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Presidents Conference
1965-1966
Box 53: 643
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Program and Course Approval
1967-1970
Box 53: 644
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Salary Studies
1965-1968
Box 53: 645
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Task Force on Cont. Ed.
1967-1971
Box 53: 646
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Task Force on Faculty Fringe Benefits
1967-1969
Box 53: 647
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Task Force on Residency Requirements
1968-1969
Box 53: 648
Advisory Commission to the Board of Higher Education, Tuition Studies
1967-1970
Box 53: 649
Subseries 4. Massachusetts Higher Education Facilities Commission

Correspondence
1964-1965
Box 54: 650
Correspondence
1966-1970
Box 54: 651
Minutes
1964-1967
Box 54: 652
Minutes
1968-1969
Box 54: 653
Reports, Memos, etc.
FY 1964-1965
Box 54: 654
Reports, Memos, etc.
1965-1966
Box 54: 655
Reports, Memos, etc.
July 1966-Aug. 1969
Box 54: 656
Subseries 5. Massachusetts State Agencies

Administration and Finance (Mass.)
Jan. 1961-June 1961
Box 55: 657
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1962-1963
Box 55: 658
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1963-1964
Box 55: 659
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1964-1965
Box 55: 660
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1965-1966
Box 55: 661
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1965-1966
Box 55: 662
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1966-1967
Box 55: 663
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1967-1968
Box 55: 664
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1967-1968
Box 55: 665
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1968-1969
Box 55: 666
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1969-1970
Box 55: 667
Administration and Finance (Mass.)
FY 1969-1970
Box 55: 668
Attorney General (Mass.)
1960-1962
Box 55: 669
Attorney General (Mass.)
1963-1964
Box 55: 670
Attorney General (Mass.)
1965-1968
Box 55: 671
Attorney General (Mass.)
1969
Box 55: 672
Community Colleges
1965-1969
Box 56: 673
Community Colleges
1970
Box 56: 674
Education Compact Council of Mass.
1967-1970
Box 56: 675
Massachusetts Advisory Council on Education (MACE)
1968-1969
Box 56: 676
Massachusetts Crime Commission
1965
Box 56: 677
Massachusetts Department of Education
1965-1970
Box 56: 678
Massachusetts Education Study Commission
1964
Box 56: 679
Massachusetts State Colleges and Universities
1962-1970
Box 56: 680
Massachusetts Educational Communications Comm.
1968
Box 56: 681
Secretary for Educational Affairs
1970
Box 56: 682
Southeastern Mass. University (Southeastern Mass. Technological Institute)
1964-1969
Box 56: 683
Subseries 6. Massachusetts State Organizations

Massachusetts Federation of Taxpayer Associations
1960-1964
Box 56: 684
Subseries 7. New England Organizations

N.E.B.H.E.--Compact and Bylaws
1954-1965
Box 57: 685
N.E.B.H.E.
1961-1964
Box 57: 686
N.E.B.H.E.
1965
Box 57: 687
N.E.B.H.E.
1966
Box 57: 688
N.E.B.H.E.
Jan.-Jun. 1967
Box 57: 689
N.E.B.H.E.
July-Dec. 1967
Box 57: 690
N.E.B.H.E.
Jan.-June 1963
Box 57: 691
N.E.B.H.E.
July-Dec. 1968
Box 57: 692
N.E.B.H.E.
Jan.-June 1969
Box 57: 693
N.E.B.H.E.
July 1969-1974
Box 57: 694
N.E.B.H.E.--Financial Reports
1967-1968
Box 57: 695
N.E.B.H.E.--Press Releases
1967-1970
Box 57: 696
N.E.B.H.E.--Meetings
1964-1970
Box 58: 697
N.E.B.H.E.--Reports
1964-1969
Box 58: 698
New England Center for Continuing Education
1964-1965
Box 59: 699
New England Center for Continuing Education
1966
Box 59: 700
New England Center for Continuing Education
1967
Box 59: 701
New England Center for Continuing Education
Jan.-June 1968
Box 59: 702
New England Center for Continuing Education
July 1968-1970
Box 59: 703
New England Center for Continuing Education--"Past, Present, and Future"
Jan. 1968
Box 59: 704
New England Center for Continuing Education--New England Land Grant Network Study
June 1968
Box 59: 705
New England Council--Educational Services Comm.
n.d.
Box 59: 706
New England State Universities
1963-1970
Box 59: 707
New England State Universities--Class Size Analysis
1965-1966
Box 59: 708
New England State Universities--Fund
1961-1963
Box 59: 709
New England State Universities--International Ed. Consortium
1965-1969
Box 59: 710
New England State Universities--N.E. Marine Res. Info Program
1967
Box 59: 711
New England State Universities--Reciprocal Tuition Agreement for Faculty Children
1964-1970
Box 60: 712
New England State Universities--Regional Coop.
1965-1970
Box 60: 713
New England State Universities--Yankee Conf.
1961-June 1964
Box 60: 714
New England State Universities
July 1964-1966
Box 60: 715
New England State Universities
1967-1968
Box 60: 716
New England State Universities
1969
Box 60: 717
New England State Universities
1970
Box 60: 718
New England State Universities--Yankee Conf. Fin. Aid
1961-1965
Box 60: 719
New England State Universities
1966-June 1967
Box 60: 720
New England State Universities
July-Dec. 1967
Box 60: 721
New England State Universities
1968
Box 60: 722
New England State Universities
1969
Box 60: 723
New England State Universities--Yankee Conf. N.C.A.A Inquiry
1970
Box 61: 724
New England State Universities--Yankee Conf. Reports & Minutes
1961-1970
Box 61: 725
New England State Universities--Yankee Conf. Rules

Box 61: 726
Subseries 8. Massachusetts Congressional Delegation

Congressional Delegation
1962-1966
Box 62: 727
Congressional Delegation
1967
Box 62: 728
Congressional Delegation
Jan.-April 1968
Box 62: 729
Congressional Delegation
May-Dec. 1968
Box 62: 730
Congressional Delegation
Jan.-June 1969
Box 62: 731
Congressional Delegation
July 1969-1970
Box 62: 732
Subseries 9. Federal Agencies

Atomic Energy Commision
1960-1968
Box 62: 733
Civil Defense
1961-1962
Box 62: 734
Civil Rights Act of 1964
1964-1970
Box 62: 735
Economic Opportunity Act of 1964--Upward Bound Project

Box 62: 736
Health, Education and Welfare
1965-1966
Box 62: 737
Health, Education and Welfare
1967-1968
Box 62: 738
Health, Education and Welfare
1969-1970
Box 62: 739
Higher Education Act of 1965 (Federal)

Box 62: 740
Immigration and Naturalization Service

Box 62: 741
National Aeronautics and Space Adm. (NASA)

Box 63: 742
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1965-1967
Box 63: 743
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Jan.-Oct. 1968
Box 63: 744
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Nov.-Dec. 1968
Box 63: 745
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1969
Box 63: 746
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1970
Box 63: 747
Subseries 10. National Organizations

American Civil Liberties Union
1967-1969
Box 64: 748
American College Health Association
1969-1970
Box 64: 749
American Council on Education
1961-1970
Box 64: 750
American Council on Education--Academic Admin. Internship Program
1966-1967
Box 64: 751
American Council on Education--Academic Admin. Internship Program
1968-1969
Box 64: 752
American Council on Education--Draft status of graduate students

Box 64: 753
American Security Council
1964-1969
Box 64: 754
Association of American Colleges Joint Comm. AAC/AAUP
1968-1969
Box 64: 755
Association of American Colleges Joint Comm. AAC/AAUP
1968-1969
Box 64: 756
Association of American Colleges Joint Comm. AAC/AAUP
1968-1969
Box 64: 757
Association of Urban Universities
1969-1970
Box 64: 758
Committee on Institutional Cooperation

Box 64: 759
Land Grant Universities

Box 64: 760
United Negro College Fund

Box 64: 761
Series 6. Confidential

1.5 linear feet, 3 boxes

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Acknowledgments

Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Cite as: John W. Lederle Papers (RG 003/1-1960). Special Collections and University Archives, W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst.