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A Topical Guide to Records held by
University Archives, University of Missouri-Columbia
pertaining to:
Student Unrest and Related Topics
(Free Speech Activism, Vietnam War Protest, Desegregation, Equal Rights, Affirmative Action, Coed Visitation, Gay Rights, Divestiture)


Note to Researcher:

  • This guide was originally created in 1999. Records added to University Archives since 1999 have not been included in the guide. Furthermore the guide should not be viewed as a comprehensive listing of all records in University Archives relating to the topic of 'Student Unrest'.
  • The University of Missouri-Columbia campus Record Groups below are denoted by a 'C' prefix (as in C:1/25/2).
  • University of Missouri System-wide and Central Administration Record Groups contain a 'UW' prefix (as in UW:4/0/2).
  • There is also one non-University collection (NU:13) listed below. The records from this collection, while not produced by either the MU Columbia campus or MU System-wide administrations, do help put in proper context the events and movements which were important aspects of the University of Missouri's history.
  • See the UMC Archives vertical file for more information on these topics.


NU:13 "Non-University of Missouri Student Demonstrations, Unrest, and Related Topics" (ca. 1965-1975).

UW:4/0/2 "President's Office, General Correspondence, 1966--"
Box 6
FF 6 - Security, 1968
FF 7 - Student unrest, 1968
FF 8 - Student unrest, 1969
FF 9 - Student nnrest, 1970

C:6/38/5 "College of Arts and Science, Dr. Loren Reid's Papers, 1938-1974"
Box 5
FF 21 - Student Revolt newspaper clippings

C:1/25/2 "Vice Chancellor for Student Services, 1916-1978"
Box 1
FF 14 - Assistant to the Chancellor, 1969-1970

Box 5
FF 10 - Campus Disaster Committee

Box 7
FF 19 - University-Wide Student Affairs, 1970-1974
FF 21 - Student Affairs Committee- Faculty Council, 1964-1980 [missing 8/85]

Box 8
FF 12 - Emergency Relief Plan, 1973

Box 10
FF 24 - Perceptions of UMC - Reports, 1967-1969

Box 14
FF - Student Unrest, 1969 [RESTRICTED]

Box 29
FF - UN-WAR Committee and Coffin Crew (ROTC Review disruption, April 26, 1972, anti-war demonstration, photos)

C:1/25/1 "Vice Chancellor for Students, Working Files, 1952-1988"

Box 3
FF 1 - Housing - Open House Proposals, 1978-1979
FF 1A - Housing - Extended Open House, 1975
FF 1B - Housing - Intervisitation, 1970 [RESTRICTED]

Box 6
FF - Papish, Barbara, Free speech controversy, 1967-1973 (3 FF)

Box 9
FF 3 - Task Force on Conflict Resolution (Black Studies & Minority Affairs), 1977-1979
FF 11 - Young Americans for Freedom ("Scandal at Read Hall"), 1967-1970

Box 10
FF 13 - Confidentiality of student records, 1974-1976

Box 11
FF 6 - Everyday People, 1971-1976
FF 7 - Crowd behavior

Box 12
FF 7 - Council for Handicapped Students, 1967-75, "Handicapped Liberation"

Box 13
FF 3-3A - Black Culture House, 1971-1977
FF 4-4A - Black Data, 1968-1977
FF 5-5A - Kaleidoscope, Black Fine Arts
FF 7-7A - Legion of Black Collegians, 1977-1978
FF 8-8B - Minority Affirmative Action, 1974-1977
FF 9 - Minority Student Reports, 1976-1977
FF 12 - Racial tension - Panhellenic Segregation

Box 14
FF 4-4C - Missouri Student Association (Student Advocacy Program and Student Curator), 1976

Box 15
FF 2-2A - Sororities and Fraternities, 1977
FF 3 - Speakers on Campus (controversial), 1973-1977
FF 11 - Student demonstrations (SDS Activities & Student Discipline), 1967-1977

Box 16
FF 5 - University Day Incident (SDS), 1967
FF 22 - Student Mobilization Committee, Business Manager, 1955-1971

Box 17
FF 5 - Chancellor's Office (Open House Regulations & Student Security), 1968-1973
FF 6 - Chancellor's Office (Free Speech protest and Sidewalk Writing), 1966-1969
FF 7 - Chancellor's Office (Student Conduct & Key Privaleges), 1964-1967
FF - 13 Dean Extra Divisional (Black Student Success & Peace Park dedication), 1970-1977

Box 18
FF 18 - President's Office (Gay Lib & MSA Funds), 1965-1973
FF 21 - ROTC and anti-war demonstration, 1965-1970
FF 23 - Student conduct, 1965-1968

Box 19
FF 2 - Student publications (Savitar and Maneater), 1962-1970
FF 5 - Use of Facilities & Off-Campus Speakers, 1964-1966
FF 7 - Vice Chancellor (Student Rights and Freedoms), 1965, 1973-1975
FF 14 - Student Health Services (Prescription of Contraceptives and Psychiatric Issues), 1947-1952, 1967-1972
FF 16 - Student Financial Aids (Recruitment of black students; restriction of aid to those involved in campus disruptions or drug convictions), 1967-1973
FF 17 - Center for Student Life (Disorderly gatherings; Racial discrimination in student organizations), 1962-1970 [RESTRICTED]
FF 19-19A - Housing (Women's hours, Key Privaleges, & Off-Campus Discrimination), 1965-1973
FF 20 - Committee of Deans (Student Unrest; Voluntary ROTC), 1955-1969

UW:4/142/4 "University Relations, Board of Curators, 1970--"
Box 1A
FF - (Audio recordings of Board of Curators meetings)

UW:4/51/4 "Vice President for Academic Affairs, General Correspondence, 1968-1971"
Box 4
FF - UMSL Undergraduate Council Reports, 1969
FF - UMSL Undergraduate Council Reports, 1970

UW:4/51/9 "Vice President for Academic Affairs, Administrative and Planning, 1968-1976"
Box 1
FF 13 - Faculty responsibility

UW:4/31/1 "Office of Business Management; Administrative Records, 1908-1979"
Box 12
FF - Labor Unions, Correspondence, 1967-1968
FF - President's office, 1967

Box 13
FF - Board of Curators, General, 1970

Box 14
FF - President's Office, General, 1970 - Campus and classroom disruptions

Box 16
FF - Holloman, Frank C., Director of Security (Investiture Boycott, Local 45 Strike, Disaster Relief Plan, Student Political Actitivites), 1973
FF - President's Office, General (Strike & ROTC Protests), 1973
FF - President's Office, General, 1974
FF - Strike, Union Local 45, 1972
FF - Emergency Plans, 1970-1973

Box 17
FF - Holloman, Frank C., Director of Security (Protest Flyers), 1973
FF - President's Office, General (Housing Discrimination), 1973
FF - President's Office, General, 1974
FF - President's office, 1967
FF - Educational Advisory Council, 1969
FF - General Correspondence - SDS activities, 1969

UW:4/51/1 "Vice President for Academic Affairs, General Correspondence, 1968-1969"
Box 1
FF 23 - Board Curators minutes, 1968-1970

Box 6
FF 206 - Academic Affairs Committee, Reports, 1969
FF 213 - Educational Advisory Council, 1969
FF 245 - UM-Rolla Chancellor's Office, Correspondence and Reports

Box 7
FF 261 - Board of Curators, 1968-1970

Box 10
FF 368 - Publications, 1968-1970
FF 366 - President's Correspondence [RESTRICTED]

Box 11
FF 424 - Systems - Executive Guidelines
FF 425 - Systems - Executive Orders

Box 12
FF 454 - Systems - Student activities, 1969

UW:4/141/7 "University Relations, 1972"
Box 1
FF - Union Local 45, Non-academic Workers Strikes, 1969, 1972

UW:4/141/8 "University Relations, 1968-1983"
Box 1
FF - Board of Curators - Open Meeting Changes, 1968-1975

Box 2
FF 15 - Board Meeting (Gay Liberation), April 19-20, 1973
FF 18 - Board meeting (American Association of University Presidents censure), 8/2-3/1973

Box 3
FF 1-1a - Board Meeting (Gay Lib & "Sunshine Law"), Nov. 16, 1973

UW:4/141/9 "University Relations, UMC General Files, 1963-1981"
Box 1
FF 11 - Gay Liberation (clippings), 1973-1978

Box 2
FF 5 - KCCS (Freedom of the Press), 1967
FF 6 - Labor problems (Local 45 and Firefighters' Union), 1975-1978
FF 7 - Legion of Black Collegians (AKA Sorority & Confederate Memorial), 1974-1975

Box 3
FF 19. - Student Newspapers (Free Press and Maneater), 1966-1970
FF 19A - Underground Newspapers (The Good Seed and Free Press Underground), 1967-1970

Box 4
FF 11 - Security (MU Police Department name change), 1971
FF 15 - Speaker policy, 1969
FF 18 - Student dissent, 1968-1971
FF 21 - Veiled Prophet parade

Box 6
FF 6 - Gay Liberation, Correspondence and Court Documents, 1971-1978

UW:4/51/11 "Vice President for Academic Affairs, Subject Files, 1974-1979"
Box 3
FF 18 - Bill Wickersham - AAUP censure, 1975-1976 [RESTRICTED]

C:1/141/14 "University Relations, News Service, 1969-1982"
Box 1
FF - Emergency Status May 1970, news releases, Vietnam protests [RESTRICTED]

C:1/26/1 "Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services, 1965-1983"
Box 27
FF - Business Operations Officer UMC Police Department (correspondence, regarding "secret police files" on students, faculty and demonstrators; security procedures), 1972-1976

UW:4/141/2 "University Information Services, General Correspondence, 1961-1976"
Box 2
FF - UMC Chancellor (SDS and Student Protests), 1966-1969
FF - UMKC Chancellor, Correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 3
FF - Controversial issues, Free speech (SDS, Faculty Retention, Peace Corps Training Center), 1967

Box 4
FF - Intercampus Student Council- Statement on Student Rights & Freedoms (SDS, Syposium on Dissent, Statement on Institutional Racism
FF - Look magazine controversy (Campus drug use), 1967
FF - Moratorium (Vietnam War Protest), October-November 1969
FF - Rollins Controversy [RESTRICTED]

Box 6
FF 8 - Student Rights and Objections, 1967-1968
FF 9 - Students for a Democratic Society, 1966-1969

UW:4/25/1 "Vice President for Administration, A. G. Unklesbay, 1960-1975"
Box 1
FF - Ad Hoc Committee on Communication, 1968
FF - Columbia - Dr. Metcalf, Assistant to Chancellor, 1967-1968

Box 2
FF - Columbia - Dean Schooling, 1967-1968
FF - Columbia - Chancellor Schwada, 1966-1968
FF - FBI, 1964-1967
FF - General Counsel, 1966-1968

Box 3
FF - Kansas City - Pictures from Campus, 1969

Box 4
FF - Newspaper clippings, 1966-1968
FF - OPI/Office of Public Information (Tom Richter)
FF - Questionnaires, 1966-1968

Box 6
FF - Student Disciplinary Procedures, 1967-1968
FF - Student organizations
FF - Student party - Springfield, 1967
FF - Undergraduate Education Improvement Funds, 1968
FF - Undergraduate Studies Commitee, 1967-1968
FF - Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), 1967
FF - John Weaver (Drug Policy and Riot control), 1966-1968
FF - Vernon Wilson, 1966-1968

Box 7
FF - Board of Curators, 1969-1971
FF - "C" Miscellaneous, 1969-1971
FF - Chancellor - Letters to, 1969-1971

Box 8
FF - Housing Regulations (Key Privileges and Intervisitation), 1969-1971
FF - Intercampus Faculty Advisory Council, 1969-1971

Box 9
FF - Newspaper Clippings, 1970-1971

Box 10
FF - Questionnaires (Services for Black and low-income students)
FF - Security Office, 1968-1971
FF - Student Affairs Committee (Housing Policy and Activities Budget), 1971

Box 11
FF - Dr. John Weaver, Concerns over student unrest
FF - Miscellaneous, use of facilities by radical groups through MSA
FF - WICHE Student "teach in", 1969
FF - Columbia, Dr. Al Metcalf

Box 12
FF - Columbia, Chancellor Schwada
FF - Columbia Student Activity Budgets - copy of Scandal at Read Hall
FF - Chancellor Schooling - AAUP investigation
FF - St. Louis, other (Black Collegians and student protests), 1968-1971

Box 14
FF 31 - Confidentiality student records

Box 17
FF 23 - Dean of Students

Box 22
FF 26 - Board of Curators

Box 23
FF 15 - Executive Orders

Box 24
FF 11 - Newspaper clippings, 1972
FF 37 - Student Affairs Committee, 1972
FF 38 - Student Publications Committee
FF 39 - Student Organizations [RESTRICTED]

Box 28
FF 12 - Labor relations - Lee Belcher, 1973
FF 24 - Newspaper clippings
FF 57 - Student Affairs Committee (Student Media Policy), 1973

Box 29
FF 3 - Student disciplinary matters

Box 31
FF 5 - Academic Affairs, Mel George

C:3/1/29 "College of Agriculture, Dean's Office, 1889-1983"
Box 21
FF - Student unrest - handouts

C:1/16/2 "Chancellor's Office Files, Herbert W. Schooling, 1959-1978"
Box 2
FF 5-12 - Student housing (Registration changes), 1969-1976

Box 3
FF 8 - Phi Beta Kappa (AAUP censure), 1973-1975
FF 13 - Controversial speakers
FF 18 - Drugs (Hearnes as staging area for drug raid), 1972
FF 23 [missing] - Department of Justice: issues between UM and Legion of Black Collegians, 1974
FF 26 - Legion of Black Collegians (demonstration and hiring practices), 1972-1975
FF 37 - Association of Women Students, 1973-1976

Box 5
FF 13 - Black Enrollment, 1975
FF 14 - Black Caucus, legislators, 1974-1975
FF 17 - Bezoni, HEW student unrest provisions, 1969-1970
FF 23 - Holloman, Plan for campus security

Box 6
FF 1 - Jackson Wright ("Disorder Manual"), 1969-1974
FF 2 - Grievance Procedures - Lee Belcher, 1976

Box 7
FF 4 - Faculty By Laws, proposed changes, 1965-1974

Box 8
FF 9 - AAUP censure of UM, 1971-1972 [RESTRICTED]
FF 20-21 - By Laws, Board of Curators, 1965-1967

Box 9
FF 27 - Enrollment statistics, minorities, 1973-1977

Box 10
FF 23 - Dr. Edgar Thomas, courses in the "Black Experience," 1969-1973

Box 11
FF 18 - Student Records Policies, Buckley Amendment, 1974-1975

Box 13
FF 5 - Title IX, Sex Discrimination Committee appointments, 1976
FF 7 - Police, 1974-1975

Box 15
FF 10 - Merl Baker, Title IX sex discrimination, 1975-1976

Box 16
FF 25 - Committee on Peace Studies, 1971-1972
FF 36 - Student Conduct Committee, 1971-1976
FF 38 - SOGA (intervisitation, discipline procedure), 1971-1976

Box 17
FF 23 - Intercampus Faculty Council (Faculty political activity and demonstrations), 1969-1974

Box 20
FF 16 - University Assembly, faculty irresponsibility, 1973
FF 25 - Commission on University-wide Governance, student participation
FF 34-36 - Faculty Council, faculty responsibility procedures, 1969-1971

Box 21
FF 11 - Vietnam refugees, 1976
FF 33 - Academic Planning Committee, 1971
FF 34 - Ad Hoc Committee Faculty Responsibility, 1970-1973

Box 22
FF 3 - Faculty Council on University Policy #2, Student discipline, 1968

Box 23
FF 11 - Gay Liberation Recognition, 1974
FF 12 - Black Studies Problems, 1969-1974
FF 18-20A - Protest Files, 1969-1971

Box 24
FF 2-8 - Protest Files, includes photos of Free Speech Rally

Box 25
FF 17 - Veiled Prophet Parade (MU Band participation - Dougherty protest and firing), 1973-1976

C:1/71/1 "Dean of Students, General Files, 1906-1980"
Box 1
FF 1 - Brady, Thomas, 1957-1964
FF 4 - Callis, Robert, 1966-1968
FF 15-18 - Schwada, John, 1965-1970
FF 21 - Seymore, Warren; Donoto, Don, 1969-1970

Box 2
FF 31-31A - Student Discipline - Sidewalk Writing, 1967 [RESTRICTED]
FF 32 - Student Discipline - Barbara Papish Case, 1969-1979
FF 33 - Rollins Case, 1977-1979
FF 34 - Free Press Underground, 1967-1968
FF 35 - Columbia Free Press, 1966
FF 36 - New Left Notes, 1967

Box 3
FF 5 - Confederate Marker on UMC campus, protest

C:8/17/2 "Educational Administration, Dr. Neil C. Aslin Papers, 1962-1976"
Box 4
FF - Speech on Student Unrest
FF - Newspaper Clippings

C:11/10/6 "School of Journalism, Dale Spencer Files, 1948-1988"
Box 1
FF - Faculty Council, Ad Hoc Committee on Faculty Responsibility, 1970-1971

C:22/8/8 "Student Life and Activities, Jane Espy Meyer Memorabilia, 1936-1941"
Box 1
FF - Scrapbook (anti-war flyers from the United Student Peace Committee), 1937-1938
FF - Scrapbook (anti-war flyers from the United Student Peace Committee), 1939-1940

C:1/27/1 "University Police, Working Files, 1968-1974"
Box 1
FF 8 - Black Panther Party, 1971
FF 52 - NEW MOBE - New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1971
FF 71 - Questionable organizations (SDS), 1971

Box 2
FF 1-1A - Security (MUPD Emergency Procedures), 1970-1972
FF 5 - SDS - Students for a Democratic Society, 1971
FF 6 - Student Mobilization Committee, 1971
FF 7 - Standard Operating Procedures, 1970-1972

C:1/27/2 "University Police, Coordinator of Security, 1968-1979"
Box 1
FF 1 - Board of Curators, 1970-1971 - Student Strike
FF 4 - President Ratchford, 1972 - Investiture Boycott
FF 5 - Frank Holloman, 1971 - Drug abuse, "disruptive activities"
FF 9A - Holloman, Gen. Correspondence (Lists of militant, leftist, anti-war groups, remarks regarding NEW MOBE, Black Panther Party and SDS), 1970-1972 [RESTRICTED]
FF 12 - Originals (Security Reports, measures to control disruptive incidents), 1970-1972

Box 2
FF - Informational Memoranda regarding bomb threats, campus unrest, distribution of materials on campus, extremist groups, May Day Militants, 1971-1977 [seperately indexed]
FF - UMSL Security Office (Protest Flyers, SDS), 1970-1977
FF - UMR Security Office, 1974-1978
FF - UMKC Security (confiscation of The Symposium News (vol. 1, #1) February 21, 1972, Ginsberg poem "Troost Street Blues"), 1972-1979
FF - Emergency Plans, Kansas City, 1970-1973

Box 3
FF - UMC Security (Demonstrations and boycotts, SDS), 1972-1978
FF - Bomb threats, 1969-1971
FF - Drug Abuse, 1971-1973
FF - Militant organizations, 1970-1971
FF - Peace Demonstrations, handouts, April-May 1971
FF - UMC Demonstration at ROTC review, April 26, 1972
FF - Visitation, 1970-1971

Box 4
FF - UMKC service personnel strike, 1972

C:11/00/5 "School of Journalism, News clippings, 1964-1970"
FF - News clippings (editorials, letters to the editor, and news articles pertaining to censorship, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, underground newspapers, war protests, obscenity, profane language, and related laws and proposed legislation), 1964-1970

C:1/141/11 "University Relations, Publications, Photographic Negatives, 1974-1980"
Box 2
FF #557 - Peace demonstration (UMC - photographs) May 5, 1971

Box 4
FF #1171 - Black Culture House, New facility interiors, 1977

C:1/17/3 "Chancellor, Barbara S. Uehling, Office Files, 1963-1987"
Box 95
FF 83 - University Wide - Administrative Services - Investments - South Africa - Shantytown Clippings, 1986-1987

C:1/139/1 "University Relations, Publications, Photographs, 1966-1988"
Box 1
FF - Campus Life (Black Power, Legion of Black Collegians march, rally photos 9/12/1974), 1974-1975
FF - Student Life (Legion of Black Collegians photos), 1965-1985

C:22/3/3 "Student Life and Activities, Newspapers, 1961--"
Maneater - student newspaper

C:22/3/4 "Student Life and Activities, Newspapers, 1974-1984"
Campus Digest - student newspaper

C:1/141/4 "Office of Public Information, News Releases, 1923-1990"
MFR - Office of Public Information, news releases, microfilm, 2/21/1947, w52, "Recognition of MU Magazine Withdrawn": Towertime

C:22/19/1 "Student Life and Activities, Minority Student Publications, 1970-1991"
Box 1
FF - Newsletters, publications Legion of Black Collegians, minority groups

C:22/1/1 "Student Life and Activities, Yearbooks, 1894-1996"
Savitar - MU yearbook

C:1/25/8 "Vice Chancellor for Students, Counseling Services Reports, 1978-2004"
Box 1
FF 18 - Issues and Controversies
FF 47 - Office of Civil Rights Reports

Box 2
FF 16 - Buildings: Photographs, 1972

C:7/1/1 "College of Business and Public Administration, Dean's Office, 1913-1977"
Box 7
FF 28 - Business and Public Administration Vietnam (anti-war demonstrations), 1969-1971

C:11/4/2 "School of Journalism, Student Organizations, 1920-1973"
Box 1
FF - JSA Press Time, 1960-1972

Box 2
FF - Free Press, SDS, administration issue Spring, 1969

C:22/3/6 "Student Life and Activities, 'Underground' Newspapers"
Box 1
Free Press Underground (Papish case), February 1969

UW:4/2/3 "President's Office, General Correspondence, 1964-1973"
Box 1
FF 2 - A.G. Unklesbay, policy regarding student publications, 1971-1972
FF 10 - Dale Bowling (UMKC radio KCUR-FM broadcast which, allegedly, threatened life of President Nixon), 1971-1972
FF 20 - University Cabinet (Affirmative Action), 1971-1972
FF 26 - University Cabinet (strike Local 45, UMC and UMKC), November 2, 1972

Box 2
FF 45 - Employee Relations (student support of strike), 1972
FF 66 - Jackson Wright (Dougherty versus Board of Curators et al, recognition of student organizations), 1972
FF 76 - Joe Saupe (HEW compliance report regarding minority enrollment), 1972

Box 5
FF 96 - Coordinator of Security (all campuses disruptions), 1970-1972
FF 101 - Student Unrest, Academic Freedoms, Purposes and Rights, 1969-1970
FF 102 - Committee to Study Faculty Involvement in Academic Development of State Universities (faculty Vietnam Moratorium), 1967-1970
FF 105 - Security, Survey by John Powell Consultants, July 1968

Box 6
FF 16 - Chancellor Schooling (Controversial speakers, MSA allocation of funds to Everyday People), 1971-1972
FF 17 - Chancellor Schooling (ACLU, Gay Lib, Political advertising), 1970-1972
FF 18 - Chancellor Schooling (Anit-ROTC demonstrations, Key privileges), 1970-1973
FF 19 - Chancellor Schooling (Newspaper leaks, Gay Lib, Everyday People), 1971-1972

Box 7
FF 38 - School of Journalism (Release and printing of confidential report), 1971-1972
FF 52 - ROTC UMC (Demonstration/disruptions), 1971-1972
FF 55 - Dean of Students UMC (protests, gay liberation, radicals on campus), 1971-1972
FF 56 - Missouri Student Association UMC (Gay Lib, Confederate Memorial), 1971-1972
FF 57 - Students UMC, 1971-1972

Box 8
FF 13 - Chancellor Baker, UMR (Lincoln fight during basketball conference game), 1972

Box 9
FF 4-6 - Chancellor Olson (reactions to program aired by KCUR on August 27, 1971 of highlights of Black Political Convention held in Boston; "Discipline: a Central Issue of Our Times" by Dr. Diamond; proposals by Chicano students and Black Caucus reaction, March 9, 1972; open hours policy for dorms), 1971-1972
FF 7 - Assistant to Chancellor Olson (student participation on governing boards), 1970-1972
FF 13 - UMKC Faculty (issues of interest to Black Caucus), 1971-1972
FF 23 - UMKC Students (accusation of prejudice against Black Caucus), 1969-1972
FF 24 - UMKC Dean of Students (Report on Minorities), 1971

Box 10
FF 4-5 - UMSL Chancellor Driscoll (SDS activities), 1971-1972

Box 13
FF - Educational Advisory Council (Student unrest, protests), 1968
FF - EAC (Campus unrest, occupation of buildings), September 28, 1970
FF - EAC (Campus security, bomb threats), January 25, 1971
FF - EAC (Vietnam Moratorium), July l,1969 - July l, 1970

Box 14
FF 2-6 - Dr. J. C. Weaver personal notes (campus unrest policy statements, news releases), 1965-1970
FF 13 - "Freedom Statement", 1969
FF 14 - "Dissent Statement", July 1968
FF 15 - Working Papers, Responses to Resolutions, 1968-1970
FF 16 - Curators, Misc. (Symposium on Dissent), 1969-1970
FF 17-17A -Materials sent to all Board Members (Investigations of student protests), 1969-1970
FF 18A -Billings, William (Intervisitation, SDS), 1967-1970
FF 19 - Brady, Robert G. (Campus unrest and Discipline), 1967-1970

C:1/31/1 "Provost, Administrative Files, 1966-1974"
Box 1
FF 9 - Blackout, newspaper, November 20, 1969, February 12, 1970, February 26, 1970 (first 3 issues)

C:1/31/2 "Provost, Committee Files, 1962-1972"
Box 2
FF 23 - Ethnic Minorities Committee, 1968-1970

C:l/32/2 "Provost, Administrative Files, 1967-1986"
Box 9
FF - Black Studies Committee, 1974-1979

UW:4/0/3 "President's Office, Correspondence, 1952-1970"
Box 1
FF 2 - General Correspondence, Anonymous/Freak letters, 1964-1965
FF 10 - General Correspondence (Housing policy, racially mixed roommates), 1957-1968
FF 23 - General Correspondence (Questionnaires, policies regarding student activism), 1961-1964
FF 35 - ACE, American Council on Education, 1967-1970

Box 2
FF 4 - AAC, Association of American Colleges, student rights, 1968
FF 6-8 - AAU, Association of American Universities (Student rights, selective service, student unrest riders on appropriations bills, "Haverford Agreement," reporting of student activities; ROTC programs), 1969-1970

Box 3
FF 3 - NASULGC, Committee on Educational Opportunity for Minority Groups, 1967-1969
FF 6 - NASULGC Office of Instructional Research (Campus disorder and unrest), 1968
FF 10 - Federal Government, US Senators and Reps. (Draft laws and campus disorder), 1966-1970
FF 11 - Federal Government, President and VP (Elections and demonstrations), 1966-1970
FF 12 - Federal Government, Sen. Thomas J. Eagleton
FF 13 - Federal Government, Sen. Stuart Symington - Environmental "Teach-in"
FF 27 - Federal Government (Department of State), 1966-1970
FF 28 - State Government (Governor Hearnes, civil disorder on campus), 1969-1970

Box 4
FF l-1A - State Government, Senators & Representatives (Student unrest resolution, US conduct of Vietnam War), 1969-1970
FF 11 - State Government Missouri Commission on Human Rights, 1968-1970
FF 15 - State Highway Commission and Patrol (civil disorders), 1967-1969
FF 18 - Missouri Commission on Higher Education, Executive Secretary (statements regarding campus disruptions), 1970
FF 22 - AAUP, American Association of University Professors (Columbia Chapter, reaction to Vietnam Moratorium - problems in communication between faculty and administration policy regarding political activity of UM employees, "Report of the Committee on Academic Freedom of Students"), 1966-1970
FF 27 - UMC College of Arts and Science, 1966-1970
FF 29 - School of Business and Public Administration (University Governance), 1967-1970

Box 5
FF 1-1E - UMC, Chancellor Schwada ("Report on Campus Events During may 1970"; housing regulation changes; revision of student conduct code; Student Bill of Rights; "intervisitation" protest January 1970; dismissal of classes - Vietnam Moratorium October 15, 1969; "Report on Incidents of May 19-20, 1969"; Legion of Black Collegians; student march on Jefferson City April 25, 1969; withdrawal of recognition SDS; summary demonstration February 24, 1969), 1969-1970
FF 2 - UMC Assistant to Chancellor ("Colored students and staff members" on all campuses), 1964-1970
FF 7 - UMC College of Engineering (student statement regarding class boycott, Vietnam Moratorium), October 15, 1969
FF 8 - UMC, Roy Ellinger ("Student Rights, Student Power"; academic freedom - renewal of appointment), 1969-1970
FF 10 - UMC faculty (Vietnam Moratorium; political activity UM staff; SDS literature/freedom of speech; "Chalk-in")
FF 15 - UMC, William Galeota (approach to drug abuse problem), 1967-1970

Box 6
FF 9 - UMC School of Religion (Institute of Black Theology)
FF 12 - UMC School of Social and Community Services (Wickersham regarding freedom of speech, student protest, and higher education), 1970
FF 14 - UMC Students, General (speakers on campus; Student Disciplinary procedures; student unrest, Gentle Thursday, Vietnam Moratorium; intervisitation - Extended Open House proposal), 1966-1970
FF 15 - UMC Students, drug story in LOOK, 8/8/1967
FF 16 - UMC Dean of Students (SDS and "Macbird" reading; speakers on campus), 1967-1970
FF 17 - UMC Missouri Student Association (student housing rules; resolution regarding Vietnam), 1967-1970
FF 18-18A - UMC Student Demonstrations, 1967-1970
FF 19-19A - UMC SDS (publications and handouts; demonstrations and rallies; distribution of literature; picket lines and use of Memorial Union, Gentle Tuesday, public reactions), 1967-1969
FF 20 - UMC Students (Intervisitation - public reaction), 1970
FF 27-27B - , UMKC, Chancellor Olson (resolutions regarding campus unrest; speakers on campus; "Report on Campus Events During 5/1970"; "Crisis Committee"), 1969-1970

Box 7
FF 3 - UMKC, Dean of Education (report on "Negro College-Bound Students and the UMKC: An Investigation of Current Problems"), 1965-1967
FF 9 - UMKC (faculty participation in anti-war protests), 1970
FF 12 - UMKC, Students (resolutions regarding Kent State - Vietnam Moratorium), 1968-1970
FF 13-13A - UMKC, Symposium on Dissent/Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Symposium on Dissent on Domestic and Foreign Policy, 1969
FF 21-21B - UMR, Chancellor Baker ( "Report on Campus Events During May 1970")

Box 8
FF 10 - UMR, Student Demonstrations, May 1970
FF 14-14A - UMSL, Chancellor Driscoll (faculty dismissal classes, May 6, 1970; report on campus events May 1970; selling of underground newspapers on campus), 1970
FF 16-16A - UMSL, Acting Chancellor (Vietnam Moratorium - cancellation of classes, October 15, 1969; "traditional four-letter word" newsletter October 3, 1969; charges of discrimination; speech by Driscoll, "Campus Unrest: The Long-Range Outlook"), 1969

UW:4/51/13 "Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mel George, 1972-1981"
Box 3
FF 13 - Board of Curators, Academic Affairs Committee (Housing), March 1973 [RESTRICTED]
FF 15 - Board of Curators, Academic Affairs Committee (Gay Liberation), May 1973

Box 6
FF 22 - Report of Society for College and University Planning (SCUP-14), January, 1979
FF 23 - Society for College and University Planning (SCUP-14) Abstracts (Student organizations), 1979
FF 25 - Student Affairs Deans Group (Student Curator), 1975-1978 [RESTRICTED]

C:1/141/18 "University Affairs, News Bureau, Photographs and Negatives, 1872-1974"
Box 1
FF - ROTC Parade - anti-war demonstration 1970 photos and negatives

C:1/51/4 "Dean of Extra-Divisional Administration, Correspondence, 1945-1964"
Box 1
FF 2 - Correspondence (Missouri Intercollegiate UN Conference at MU and denial of permission to invite Negroes - protest resolution of delegates), 1947
FF 3 - Correspondence (Segregation, Policies and procedures regarding homosexual activities), 1948-1949
FF 4 - Correspondence (Attendance non-student Negroes at University events, first admission of Negro students, student unrest), 1950-1951
FF 6 - Correspondence (Student election protest by Missouri Reform Party), 1954-1955
FF 7 - Correspondence (Mock Political Convention, Savitar Frolics, offensive skits), 1956-1957

Box 2
FF 3 - Correspondence (Plan of action regarding student mob situations), 1963-1964
FF 4 - Correspondence (Student conduct and discipline), 1945-1964 [RESTRICTED]

UW:3/4/1 "General Counsel, University Attorney Records, 1923-1955"
Box 1
FF X-103 - Bell versus Curators, policy of admission of Negroes, 1950
FF X-104 - Bluford versus Canada, 1940
FF X-116 - Gaines versus Canada, 1939
FF X-145 - Curators versus Bell, policy on admission of Negroes, 1950

Restrictions Note: The Archives of the University of Missouri-Columbia is required by law and Board of Curator's policy to restrict access to some files and information. Student records are held as confidential under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and by University policy. Faculty promotion and tenure records and Academic Personnel files are restricted for 75 years, or the lifetime of the individual. All grievance, disciplinary, and medical records are treated as confidential files. Consultations with legal counsel, both in-house and external, are protected by the attorney/client privilege and will not be released.

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