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Committees, Communication, Yearbook controversy

Administrative organization, 1967 Advisory Committee to the President, 1967-1969 Communications program, 1954-1976 Committee on Development & College Relations, 1967-1969 Committee of Educational Policy, 1968 Committee on Student Life, 1968. Includes Leggett's address, "Residence Hall System & Some Related Matters", Sept. 1967 Convocation, 1967 Grinnell-in-Woodlawn (IL) proposal, 1966 1966 yearbook controversy, 1967

Convocations

Materials related to Convocations. 1967 Convocation is in Box 2

Correspondence A-Cam

Arthur Huntington (Iowa Light & Power). 1933. Letter: socialism in colleges (unknown provenance) George I. Adlen. Summary of correspondence. 1919-1930. 1 sheet Frank A. And Frank F. Almy. 1931. Correspondence concerning illness. American Institute for Endowments. 1935-1939. Correspondence Association of American Colleges. 1935-1940. Correspondence, meeting programs, etc. Lewis R. Barrett. 1936-1938. Correspondence (Missouri Valley Athletic Conference, Leisure Arts building) Charles A. Blossom. Will, Dec. 4, 1923 Board of Educational Examiners. 1934-1939. Correspondence. Board of Trustees and committee meetings. 1931-1940. Minutes. Bond holders. 1927. Louis D. Brandies. 2 letters about Brandeis. Nov. 1937 Carnegie Corporation. 1929-1933. Correspondence (books for college libraries). Carnegie Corporation. 1933-1934. Materials on adult education and teacher education. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 1931-1940. Correspondence (grants, etc.) Carnetie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and TIAA. 1931-1939. Correspondence (retirement and widows' pensions). Archibald Cattell. 1932-1940. Correspondence. Mrs. H. G. CAmpbell. 1935-1936. Correspondence (H. G. Campbell memorial for book purchases). Mr. and Mrs. Hohn Campbell. 1920-1033. Correspondence (L. F. Parker Professorship fund).

Correspondence A-D

Unidentified list of names and addresses (possible donors?) Frank F. Almy. 8 letters, 1918-1923 W. D. Bailey. 15 letters, 1913-1930. Fund raising. W. L. Bailey. 3 letters, 1919 William H. Brainerd. 41 letters, 1906-1920, 1933. Architecture of chapel, president's house. Edward B. Burling. 1921, 1924, 1936, 1938 Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching. 1905-1930. Pensions, some faculty pension applications. Certificate of incorporation of Carnegie Foundation. Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1920-1929. TIAA Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching. 1912-1925. Includes salary scales for selected midwest colleges. Archibald Cattell. 1919-1926. Fundraising, budget. Eli P. Clark. 917-1935 Sen. A. B> Cummings. 1908-1926 J. F. Darby. 1916-1930 Jay N. Darling. 1926-1930. Fund raising, budget, farm property sale, swimming pool.

Correspondence C - G

Includes correspondence with Maxine Darby, 1957-1968, and Robert Fell (class of 1925), 1958-1978 (class agent letters).

Correspondence Cam - M

Arthur Huntington (Iowa Light & Power). 1933. Letter: socialism in colleges (unknown provenance) George I. Adlen. Summary of correspondence. 1919-1930. 1 sheet Frank A. And Frank F. Almy. 1931. Correspondence concerning illness. American Institute for Endowments. 1935-1939. Correspondence Association of American Colleges. 1935-1940. Correspondence, meeting programs, etc. Lewis R. Barrett. 1936-1938. Correspondence (Missouri Valley Athletic Conference, Leisure Arts building) Charles A. Blossom. Will, Dec. 4, 1923 Board of Educational Examiners. 1934-1939. Correspondence. Board of Trustees and committee meetings. 1931-1940. Minutes. Bond holders. 1927. Louis D. Brandies. 2 letters about Brandeis. Nov. 1937 Carnegie Corporation. 1929-1933. Correspondence (books for college libraries). Carnegie Corporation. 1933-1934. Materials on adult education and teacher education. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 1931-1940. Correspondence (grants, etc.) Carnetie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and TIAA. 1931-1939. Correspondence (retirement and widows' pensions). Archibald Cattell. 1932-1940. Correspondence. Mrs. H. G. Campbell. 1935-1936. Correspondence (H. G. Campbell memorial for book purchases). Mr. and Mrs. Hohn Campbell. 1920-1033. Correspondence (L. F. Parker Professorship fund).

Correspondence H

Includes correspondence with John Heath, 1955-1964, Max Herriott, 1956 - 1973, and Edwin Hewitt, 1957 - 1974.

Correspondence I-Z

A. C. James. 1912-1929. Includes correspondence with W. W. Carman, secretary Emmons Johnson. 1910-1927 Grinnell Jones and Richard Jones. 1920-1924. Land in southern Alberta. Junto libel suit. 1925. Adessa Lynd et. al. vs. Grinnell College, "Blairsburg Sketches" Charles Noble. 1917-1920. Outline of chapters for "The Story of Grinnell"; announcement of Charles Noble Chapel Service Foundation. J. C. Penney Foundation. 1923-1930. Correspondence with Dr. Daniel Poling on vocational guidance program. Charles A. Rawson. 1914-1927. (U.S. Senator from Iowa) J. J. Richardson Fund. 1921-1932 George Roberts. 1925-1933. Includes photograph, address. John Van Evera. 1916-1930. (Director of Grinnell College Foundation) Grinnell College Foundation; Dibble property sale (Kansas CIty), other college property, investments. Herbert A. WIlder. 1907-1924. Correspondence with lawyers concerning Wilder will. Miscellaneous: Discipline case: John T. Smith, 1922.

Correspondence N-R; Trustee Correspondence

Helen E. Chase. 1929. 1 letter. Fundraising Gary Cooper. 1938. Correspondence (premier of Cooper film at Grinnell) Edith P. Cunningham. 1921-1938. Correspondence (Perkins scholarship). Congregational Church. 1927-1940. Minutes of meetings, correspondence, proposed budget 1939-1940, annual reports, brochures. Gardner Cowles and Gardner Cowles Jr. 1933-1939. (Publishers, Des Moines Register) Correspondence (Cowles scholarships, etc.) Curriculum committee. 1930s. Course outlines for music, physical education, teacher training, journalism, drama. General teching load 1935-1936, curriculum at other institutions, booklets, clippings, etc. 1928-1931. J. F. Darby. 1931-1939. Correspondence Jay N. Darling. 1931-1939. Correspondence, photograph Martha Dibble. 1932-1938. Correspondence. Dormitories. 1931-1940. Reports with statistics, operating and business details. Endowments. Endowments of chairs and early endowments. Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Gates. 1928-1936. Correspondence. General Education Board. 1930-1938. Correspondence (endowment), questionnaire. Mrs. N. A Graver, 1931 2 letters re: contribution, Greater Iowa Commission 1936 report. Thomas D. Gregg Fund. 1938. Correspondence, petition, clippings re: estate. Grinnell College Foundation 1931-1934. Correspondence re: Dibble property, minutes of meeting June 3 1932, List of officers and directors. Grinnell in China. 1932-1938. Lists of faculty donations, letters from Alice Reed, H. Belcher, N. W. Wehrhan, pamphlets. Grinnell Institute of International Relations. 1939. Minutes, members comments. Institute of International Education, 1936-1940, Correspondence, pamphlets. Vitae for speakers: Stratton, Crowther, Manniche. E. S. Harkness. 1931-1938. Correspondence with Gertrude Moore re: possible contribution. W. F. Harrah. 1931-1932 (Trustee) Correspondence. Harvard Club. 1939 Correspondence (St. Louis meeting). Harvard Exchange. 1930-1935. Correspondence. (Move to discontinue exchange, Pres. Conard, 1935, etc.) S. H. Herrick. 1930-1934. Correspondence, telefram at death of Herrick, Jan. 16, 1934. Jesse Macy Hall. 1935. Plans, clippings, photo. Herbert Magoun, 1933-1938. Correspondence. Mears family. 1921-1937. Correspondence, clippings, testimonies to Mary Mears.

Correspondence P - S

Includes correspondence with Bess Painter, 1950-1067, Fred Roberts, 1956-1973, correspondence concerning the Roberts Professorship, 1959-1966, and correspondence with Miles Schaeffer, 1957-1965.

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