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Record Group: 8 C
Record Sub-Group: 7
Records Title: UMC; College of Education; Faculty Records
Volume: 9 and 1/6 cubic feet, 11.46 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains personal and professional papers collected by members of the faculty of University of Missouri-Columbia College of Education.
Series 1. - C:8/1/3 (A85-96)
This Series holds a notebook listing graduate and undergraduate students advised by Professor W. W. Carpenter. The notebook is entitled, "Students Advised at the Close of the 1959 Summer Session," and contains lists of students in seven categories: Masters Candidates; Doctoral Candidates; Completed Doctorates; Completed Masters; Certificates of Specialization Received; Passed Qualified Examination for Certificate; Excused from taking Qualifying Examination.
(1/6 c.f., 107, 6)
Note to Researcher: This Series contains records which are confidential and restricted, some records may not be available to researchers. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Series 2. - C:8/1/4 (A84-101)
This Series holds the collected speeches of University of Missouri-Columbia Professor of Education and Dean of the School of Education (later the "College of Education"), Theophil William Henry Irion. This collection of Professor Irion's speeches dates from 1922 through 1952.
(2/3 c.f.; 1/3 c.f., UMLD1; 1/3 c.f., UMLD1)
Note to Researcher: After resigning as Dean in 1945, Irion was re-appointed Professor of Education (1945-1952). Professor Irion passed away on Christmas Day, 1952.
Series 3. - C:8/17/6 (A87-111; A89-45)
This Series contains office working files and personal papers of MU Chancellor and Professor of Education, Herbert W. Schooling, (1955-1986). The bulk of this Series relate to Schooling's post-retirement work as Professor in the College of Education (1978-1986). Included in the Series are course materials, Doctoral Candidate Advisee files, departmental administrative meeting minutes, and materials regarding Schooling's activities as a member of professional organizations such as the Council on Public Higher Education in Missouri and National Merit Scholars. Also within this Series are photographs of Chancellor Schooling, his curriculum vita, and newspaper clippings regarding his career in education.
(5 c.f., 073831, 073832, 073833, 073834, 036014)
Series 4. - C:8/18/1 (A08-10; A12-91; A14-17)
This Series holds copies of personal correspondence, personal items, and items of memorabilia gathered by Professor of Physical Education, Mary Rose McKee, (ca. 1920-1978). Correspondence included in this Series pertains to national honor societies, Professor McKee's appointments and promotions, professional physical education organizations, attendance at physical education conferences, naming the UMC women's gymnasium for McKee, and awards and citations for merit presented to Professor McKee. The Series also contains four bound volumes of lecture notes made in classes taught by Clark W. Hetherington (Principles of Physical Education, 1912; Nature and Function of Play, 1913; and Kinesiology, 1913) and James Huff McCurdy (Physiology of Exercise, n.d.). Series 4 also includes a copy of "Missouri's Guide for Physical Education in the Elementary School," (1956), inscribed by McKee to former student Connie Guy and a letter from McKee to Guy, (1978). The Series also contains two passports for McKee, (1931, 1949), immunization certificates, and a photographic print, (n.d.), annotated on the reverse with "Boys who went to Lake Mendota to see us."
(1/3 c.f.: 1/6, UMLD1; 1/6, UMLD1)
Note to Researcher: For a hand-carved shoe and accompanying cassette tape that belonged to Professor McKee, ask the University Archives about collection C:1/71/1.
Series 5. - C:8/17/7 (A06-36)
This Series contains personal and professional papers, (1936-1982), of Neil C. Aslin, Professor of Educational Administration at the University of Missouri-Columbia. The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, news clippings, forms, publications, and audio tapes. The records pertain to Aslin's academic and professional career at the University of Missouri. Some of the records, especially the correspondence, also touch on Aslin's professional career as a school administrator. A smaller portion of the records in this Series were created by James L. King who studied under Aslin at MU and wrote his Doctor of Education dissertation on Aslin, (1979). These records were produced and gathered by King during the research for his dissertation. There are audio cassette tapes in this Series that contain research interviews done by King with, among others, Herbert Schooling, John Rufi, and Robert Woods.
(3 c.f., 049938, 049939, 049940)
Note to Researcher: Series 5 contains records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Neil C. Aslin received a Masters of Education, (1941), and a Doctorate in Education, (1952), from the University of Missouri. He served as principal at Hickman High School in Columbia from 1944 until 1947 and as superintendent of the Columbia public schools from 1946 until 1962. Aslin was appointed Professor of Education at the University of Missouri in 1962, a position he held until his death in 1976.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by following this link.
The fact that Aslin's papers were used by James King in preparing his dissertation makes the original order of the papers ambiguous. Furthermore, there are a number of records for which provenance is also difficult to determine, as they may have been introduced into the papers by King's research process. An attempt has been made to separate King's papers into Box 3. See the box lists for additional information.
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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