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Preliminary Guide to the Records and Papers of Terry Sanford, 1945-1998

Collection Overview

University administrative records, personal papers, manuscripts, photographs, printed matter, memorabilia, and other material created or received by Terry Sanford during his various careers as a lawyer, politician, and President and President Emeritus of Duke University. The bulk of material consists of records from his tenure as President, 1969-1985. A folder list for these records (Series 1); Series 2-4 are closed pending full processing although some content information is available in the series descriptions.

Related Sanford collections are available in Duke University's David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, the Southern Historical Collection, UNC-CH, and the Division of Archives and History, Raleigh.

Descriptive Summary

Title
records and papers of Terry Sanford, 1945-1998
Creator
Sanford, Terry, 1917-1998.
Extent
265.5 Linear Feet, 220,650 Items
Repository
University Archives, Duke University
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
English.

Administrative Information

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warning Access Restrictions

Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection.

For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the office of origin and the University Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the University Archivist.

Records, such as search committee files or others pertaining to employment where individuals are identified, are closed for 70 years.

Records of the University's Board of Trustees which have been in existence for at least fifty years are available for scholarly research with the permission of the University Archivist. Access to records which have been in existence for less than fifty years shall be granted only by special permission, in writing, from the Board of Trustees.

In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, Duke University permits students to inspect their education records and limits the disclosure of personally identifiable information from education records.

Portions of these materials are restricted by donor request.

Unprocessed materials are closed pending processing.

warning Use Restrictions

Copyright for official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Contents of the Collection

Records of the President of the University, with bulk dates 1969 to 1985. Records from earlier administrations, in particular those of Douglas M. Knight (1963-1969), are present as well. The files consist of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, proposals, reports, clippings, reference material, speeches, and other records.

Subseries 1.1. Subject files, 1969-1985

175 ln. ft. (about 150,000 items)

Arrangement: alphabetical

The Subject files document Sanford's role as President of Duke, and also his continued interest in many fields including education, politics, and the arts.

The records of the Sanford administration record the policies and actions of the University in academic planning, athletics, campus planning and the physical growth of the university, development and alumni affairs, student life, and the University's interaction with Durham and North Carolina during the 1970s and 1980s. Among the more notable academic planning matters documented are the early years of both the Fuqua School of Business and the Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, now the Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy. Also included is correspondence from alumni, faculty, and students against the administration's proposal in 1975 to phase out the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Correspondents in the area of academic planning include Joel Fleishman, Director of the Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs; Thomas Keller, Dean of the Fuqua School of Business; and John C. McKinney, Dean of the Graduate School, and other officers.

Folders pertaining to the "Retrenchment" measures taken in 1980-1981 that eliminated the undergraduate Department of Education and the baccalaureate program in Nursing are also part of this series. These steps were recommended to the Board of Trustees in September 1980 by then-Chancellor A. Kenneth Pye in his memorandum, "Directions for Progress." The bulk of the material consists of letters and memoranda from Sanford to faculty and alumni of the departments announcing the actions and correspondence from alumni, educators, and school administrators expressing their support of or opposition to the plan.

Continuing the fundraising efforts that began with the Fifth Decade Campaign, 1964-1970, "Institutional Advancement" files focus primarily on the Epoch Campaign, a three-year campaign that attempted to raise $162 million from 1973-1976. The material concerns the progress of the Epoch Campaign and other fundraising efforts, such as the Loyalty Fund, 1979-1980.

Sanford's commitment to the arts can be seen in the files on the "American Musical Theater Center, 1977-1980" and the "American Dance Festival, 1977-1985." The recruitment and arrival of the Festival at Duke in 1977 began a long relationship that has continued for over 20 year.

The records also document student life, but to a lesser extent than other topics. Issues related to student activism of the early 1970s are found within "Student Unrest" files. These records include clippings and a scrapbook documenting the student takeover the Allen Building in February 1969, before Sanford's presidency. Material from May 1970 largely concerns student actions on campus in response to the Kent State shootings. Letters of approval or disapproval from alumni and student parents on these and other topics are included as well. The records also document another aspect of student life that Sanford faced: the use of illegal drugs. In 1971 Sanford rejected a proposal from the Associated Students of Duke University calling for a relaxed stance by the administration on the use of drugs, particularly marijuana.

Student conduct at athletic events is also documented. On January 17, 1984 "Uncle Terry" Sanford sent "An Avuncular Letter" to students chiding them for their inappropriate behavior during a home basketball game with the University of Maryland. The file contains the original letter, many newspaper articles detailing the behavior, letters to Sanford from concerned parents and alumni, and Sanford's response to each.

The major change in residential life during Sanford's tenure was the 1972 merger of the Woman's College with Trinity College for Men to create the present Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. While the school had long been co-educational, the merger completed the switch to co-residency. Included are correspondence from alumni, administrators, and other institutions regarding the pros and cons of the merger. There is also some correspondence regarding the future of the Woman's College administrators.

Sanford's interest in all levels of education is found throughout the files as well. During the 1960s and 1970s he served on the Board of Directors of the "Learning Institute of North Carolina" (LINC), a non-profit agency dedicated to improving education through experimentation and research. The LINC records, dating from 1965-1979, consist of correspondence, minutes, reports, and reference material.

The records also illustrate how national and international issues played out on campus. Among these are investment policies in South Africa, in which students, faculty, and the administration began questioning Duke's support of U.S. businesses with investments in South Africa. Regarding the Panama Canal Treaty (1977-1978), Sanford attempted to put together a panel debate with Jesse Helms, Henry Kissinger, and others participating. Correspondence is included with these two, President Jimmy Carter, and others.

Among the other major issues of the Sanford administration were the "Nixon Library Controversy, 1981-1982," (3.5 boxes). These files concern the debate over whether Duke should house Richard Nixon's presidential library. Sanford argued in favor of the library as a valuable archival repository. Letters of support and disapproval from faculty, alumni, and other sources in and out of the University community are included. Correspondence dates from as early as 1971.

In 1981 Duke co-sponsored and Sanford a this public series of speeches and debates by a bipartisan group of political leaders concerned with reforming the process of nominating presidential candidates ("Duke University Forum on Presidential Nominations"). Co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson International Center, the first event was held on 11 May 1981 in Washington, D.C. Speakers and panelists included Robert Dole, Gerald Ford, Vernon E. Jordan, and Robert Strauss.

"Soviet-American Track Meet" files consist of correspondence, minutes of meetings, committee lists, schedules, and planning for the twelfth annual event held the first week in July 1974. Sanford's continued interests in politics are documented in files on the "Democratic Party, 1970-1982." Correspondents include Senators John Glenn and Ted Kennedy. Sanford assisted in founding the "Education Commission of the States" in 1965/66. Headquartered in Denver, Col., the Commission provides research and advice to assist states and school systems in long-range planning and decision-making.

As Governor, Sanford was instrumental in the founding and early years of the "North Carolina School of the Arts" in Winston-Salem, N.C. Included is correspondence related to the "Sanford Scholarships," a program begun in 1975 awarding four full-tuition scholarships named in his honor. Sanford also served on the Advisory Board of the State Zoo Authority in the early 1970s during the planning of the "North Carolina Zoological Park" (Asheboro). The files include correspondence regarding proposed site locations.

Among Sanford's correspondents were Walter Cronkite, Doris Duke, James E. Holshouser, Hubert H. Humphrey, James B. Hunt, James G. Martin III, George McGovern, Richard Nixon, and Robert W. Scott

A. General correspondence, 1970-1985
Box 1
Abortions
Box 1
Academic Council
Box 1
Academic Council. Consultative Session
Box 1
Action (Joseph Blatchford), 1971-73
Box 1
Adams, Anne, Dr. - see Duke Reading Center
Box 1
Adams, James L.
Box 1
Administration Review, 1984 - see Kaludis, George
Box 1
Administration, 1969-1972
Box 1
Admissions Office
Box 1
Admissions, 1971 [subdivided into schools and colleges, special cases, etc.] RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 1
Admissions, 1971-1974 RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 2
Admissions, 1975-1977 RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 3
Admissions, 1977-1979 RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 4
Admissions, 1980-1981 RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 5
Admissions, 1982-1983 RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 6
Admissions, 1984-1986 RESTRICTED (FERPA)
Box 7
Adolescent Services, Inc., 1971
Box 7
Advocates Program
Box 7
Africa - see Pan-Africa Track Meet, 1971
Box 7
African Society, 1977
Box 7
Afro-American Society
Box 7
Agency for International Development (Dept. of State)
Box 7
Alaska
Box 7
Alaska Pacific University
Box 7
Albright, S. Allen
Box 7
Alcoholic Beverages, 1970-
Box 7
Alcoholism Research Council
Box 7
Allen Building Takeover - see Students
Box 7
Allen, George V. and Mrs. George V. (Kitty) - Chair, etc.
Box 7
Allied Arts of Durham
Box 7
Alumni Affairs, 1970-1973 - Roger Marshall
Box 7
Alumni Affairs, 1977-1981 - Paul Vick
Box 7
Alumni Affairs, 1982-1985 - Laney Funderburk
Box 7
Alumni Affairs, Loyalty Fund
Box 8
Alumni Complaints
Box 8
Alumni Distinguished Alumni Awards
Box 8
Alumni Letters
Box 8
Alumni Letters. Class of 1973
Box 8
Alumni Magazine
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, Alabama - Georgia
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, Connecticut, Detroit, Pittsburgh
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, Denver, Nashville, Norfolk, Tulsa
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, Florida
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, General
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, London, England
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, New York
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, North Carolina
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, Texas
Box 8
Alumni Meetings, West Coast
Box 8
Alumni Meetings. Interns Reception, Washington, D.C.
Box 8
Alumni National Council
Box 8
Alumni Replies. Class of 1982
Box 8
Alumni Scholar Program
Box 8
Alumni Weekends, 1981-1985
Box 8
American Academic Youth Exchange
Box 9
American Arbitration Association
Box 9
American Arts Alliance, 1978
Box 9
American Arts Alliance, 1979
Box 9
American Arts Alliance, 1980-1981
Box 9
American Association for the Advancement of Science (Bill Bevan)
Box 9
American Association of Presidents of Independent Colleges and Universities
Box 9
American Association of University Administrators
Box 9
American Association of University Professors
Box 9
American Association of University Students
Box 9
American Association of University Women
Box 9
American Bar Association
Box 9
American Bar Association. Special Commission on Coordination of Judicial Improvements
Box 9
American Cancer Society, 1970-1980
Box 9
American City Corporation
Box 9
American Committee on East-West Accord
Box 9
American Committee on U.S.-Soviet Relations
Box 9
American Council of Learned Societies, 1971-1972
Box 9
American Council of Learned Societies, 1973-1975
Box 9
American Council of Young Political Leaders, 1976-1985
Box 10
American Council on Education, 1970-1973
Box 10
American Council on Education, 1974-1985 (5f)
Box 11
American Dance Festival, 1977-1985 (10f)
Box 11
American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations
Box 11
American Institute for Public Service, 1981-1985 + n.d.
Box 11
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 1975
Box 11
American Legion
Box 11
American Musical Theater
Box 12
American Musical Theater
Box 13
American Psychological Association
Box 14
American Quadricentennial Corporation
Box 14
American Red Cross
Box 14
Americans for the Coast
Box 14
Amos, John
Box 14
Andrews, Ike
Box 14
Anlyan, Fritz
Box 14
Anlyan, William G., Dr., 1970-(3f)
Box 14
Anniversary, 50th, 1974
Box 14
Appalachian Community Service Network, 1980-1981
Box 14
Appalachian Community Service Network, 1981-1986
Box 15
Appalachian State University
Box 16
Applicants for Jobs, 1970-1984
Box 16
Architect , 1980-1984 (Ward)
Box 16
Architect, 1970-1980 (Younts. Ward)
Box 16
Archives, University
Box 16
Armour, George. 1972. Scotland property
Box 16
Army Research Office, Durham, NC
Box 16
Art Affairs
Box 16
Art Center - Art Museum, 1965-1969
Box 16
Art Center - Art Museum, 1970-1983
Box 17
Art. White Collection (Col.&Mrs. V.R.)
Box 17
Arts Ascending, Ltd.
Box 17
Arts Associated Councils of the Arts
Box 17
Arts Councils of America
Box 17
Arts Education Conference, 1979 February 9-10
Box 17
Arts and Sciences Capital Campaign
Box 17
Arts, National Endowment for the
Box 17
Ashmore, Frank
Box 17
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
Box 17
Associated Universities, Inc., 1970
Box 17
Association of American Colleges, 1970-1975
Box 17
Association of American Colleges, 1976-1979
Box 17
Association of American Colleges. Presidential Search, 1977
Box 17
Association of American Universities, 1969-1974
Box 17
Association of American Universities, 1975-1982
(14 folders)
Box 18
Association of American Universities, 1983-1984
(2 folders)
Box 19
Association of American Universities. Bartlett, Tom. Review
Box 19
Association of American Universities. Council on Federal Regulations
Box 19
Association of American Universities. Graduate Education Program
Box 19
Association of American Universities. Industrial Research
Box 19
Association of American Universities. Meetings, 1970-
Box 19
Association of Governing Boards
Box 19
Athletic Council, 1971-1985
(8 folders)
Box 20
Athletic Policy, 1981-1985
(3 folders)
Box 20
Athletic Policy. NCAA Rules
Box 20
Athletics
(2 folders)
Box 20
Athletics. Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women, 1982
Box 20
Athletics. Atlantic Coast Conference
Box 20
Athletics. Basketball Coach, 1970-1977
Box 21
Athletics. Basketball Coach, 1978-1982
Box 21
Athletics. Basketball Coach, 1983-1985
Box 21
Athletics. Butters, Tom, 1977-1985
Box 21
Athletics. Cameron, Eddie M., 1970-1972
Box 21
Athletics. College Football Association
Box 21
Athletics. Concerned Iron Dukes Association
Box 21
Athletics. Conduct at Games
Box 21
Athletics. DUAA
Box 21
Athletics. Football Invitations, 1970-1977
(8 folders)
Box 21
Athletics. Football Invitations, 1978-1984
(7 folders)
Box 22
Athletics. Intercollegiate Athletic Council
Box 22
Athletics. International Track Meet, 1974
Box 22
Athletics. James, Carl, 1972-1977
Box 22
Athletics. McGee, Mike, 1970-1978
Box 22
Athletics. Sloan, Steve
Box 22
Athletics. Soccer
Box 22
Athletics. Swimming
Box 22
Athletics. Wilson, Red. Termination, 1982
(2 folders)
Box 22
Atlantic Council
Box 22
Atomic Energy Commission, 1971-1974
Box 22
Awards, 1971-1985
(7 folders)
Box 22
Awards. Charles A. Dukes Awards
Box 22
Awards. Trinity Award, Trinity Medal
Box 22
B. General correspondence, 1970-1985
Box 23
Baker, Lenox D.
Box 23
Ball, Edward (duPont)
Box 23
Banks - miscellaneous
Box 23
Banner, Leslie
Box 23
Barchas Center for the History of Science and Medicine
Box 23
Barristers Club
Box 23
Bassett, John Spencer
Box 23
Beatty, Croom V
Box 23
Belk Family
Box 23
Benenson, Edward H. - Awards - Gifts of Books, etc.
Box 24
Berea College
Box 24
Bevan, William A.
Box 24
Bicycle paths
Box 24
Bioethics Conference
Box 24
Black Affairs, President's Council on
Box 24
Black affairs
Box 24
Blake, Pamela Jane (Ladd)
Box 24
Blaydon, Colin
Box 24
Blue Devil
Box 24
Blue Devil Club
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Business Administration, School of
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Engineering, 1969-[1983]
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Forestry, 1979-1983
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Fuqua, 1977-1984
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Fuqua, [Information books, 1983]
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, [1981-1983]
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Law School, 1973-1983
Box 24
Board of Visitors, Medical Center, [1971-1976]
Box 25
Board of Visitors, Woman's College
Box 25
Boesky, Ivan F.
Box 25
Books Exposure Program (Council for Public Schools, Inc.) [1970-1971]
Box 25
Borchardt, Professor Frank. Computerization of Language Oriented Enterprises
Box 25
Boy Scouts of America
Box 25
Boyd, Alan S., 1972. Management Executives' Society
Box 25
British-American Festival, 1984
Box 25
Brookside Miners (Duke Power&United Mine Workers, 1973-1974)
Box 25
Brown Memorandum, 1983. Alumni responses to confidential memo of advice and commentary
Box 25
Brown Memorandum, 1984. Alumni responses to confidential memo of advice and commentary
Box 25
Bryan, Joseph M. 1976-1978
Box 25
Bryan, Joseph M., Bryan University Center, 1979-1984
Box 25
Bryson, Edwin C.
Box 25
Bubas, Vic. 1966-1977 (2f)
Box 25
Buettner-Janusch, Prof. John (Primate facility) [1970-1972]
Box 25
Buildings at Duke
Box 25
Buildings, dedication of [1970-1984]
Box 25
Buildings. Bryan University Center Dedication [1981-1983]
Box 25
Buildings. Jones Cancer Research Building, dedication of, 24 Sept. 1976
Box 26
Buildings. Music Building, 1967-1980
Box 26
Buildings. Naming of, [1970-1983]
Box 26
Buildings. Nanaline H. Duke, Dedication [1968]
Box 26
Buildings. Perkins Library, Dedication [1970]
Box 26
Buildings. Swimming Pool [1969]
Box 26
Bureau of Public Information (Bill Green). 1970-
Box 26
Burns, Captain Otway, Desk of
Box 26
Bus Service. [1974]
Box 26
Business Executives Symposium. 1978, 1984
Box 26
Business Office. Accounting. [1975-1984]
Box 26
Business Office. Benefits and Records. [1970-1984]
Box 26
Business Office. Bursar's Office. [1982-1985]
Box 26
Business Office. Business Manager (R. James Henderson) [1976-1985]
Box 26
Business Office. Controller (John Adcock) [1984]
Box 26
Business Office. Fuller, Peyton [1971-1985]
Box 26
Business Office. Henricksen, C.G., Vice-president and Treasurer. 1970-1971.
Box 26
Business Office. Huestis, C.B. 1982-1985
Box 26
Business Office. Huestis, C.B. [1977-1981]
Box 26
Business Office. Huestis, C.B. [ca. 1974-1976]
Box 26
Business Office. Married student housing [1970]
Box 26
Business Office. Physical Plant Services. [1974-1979]
Box 26
Business Office. Treasurer. S.C. Harward. 1963-1985
Box 26
Business-Higher Education Forum. [1982-1985]
Box 26
Byers, Ralph. [1976-1977]
Box 26
C. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(15 folders)
Box 27
Calendar, [University, 1970-1985]
Box 28
Campus publications [1971]
Box 28
Canada. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau [1974]
Box 28
Canadian Studies Center [1981-1985]
Box 28
Cannon, Charles A., and family
Box 28
Carnegie Commission on Higher Education [1973-1983]
Box 28
Carnegie Corporation
Box 28
Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education. 1978
Box 28
Carolina Repertory Company. [1971-1972]
Box 28
Carter, Everett A.
Box 28
Carter, Jimmy. President
Box 28
Carver, Roy J.
Box 28
Center for Administrative Justice [American Bar Association]
Box 28
Center for Commonwealth Studies, 1969-1978
Box 28
Center for Creative Leadership, [1970-1975]
Box 28
Center for Creative Leadership, [1976-1985]
Box 29
Center for Democratic Policy, 1981
Box 29
Center for Educational Policy, [1978-1980]
Box 29
Center for Lifetime Learning
Box 29
Center for National Policy, 1982-1986
Box 29
Center for Research in College Instruction of Science and Math
Box 30
Center for Research on Public Interest Investment Issues, 1972-1973
Box 30
Center for Southern Studies
Box 30
Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development
Box 30
Center for the Study of Federalism
Box 30
Center for the Study of the Governorship and State Policymaking, [1981-1982]
Box 30
Central Campus Housing
Box 30
Chadwick, William. Paintings
Box 30
Chamber of Commerce, Greater Durham
Box 30
Chancellor. A. Kenneth Pye, 1970-1971
Box 30
Chancellor. A. Kenneth Pye, 1976-1982
Box 30
Chancellor. H. Keith H. Brodie, 1982-1985
Box 30
Chancellor. John O. Blackburn, 1971-1976
Box 30
Change magazine articles, 1971-1980.
Box 30
Chapel. Chapel Committee, [1971-1985]
Box 30
Chapel. Chapel organs
Box 31
Chapel. Chapel service for government officials
Box 31
Chapel. Crypt
Box 31
Chapel. Fiftieth Anniversary Commemoration of the Laying of the Cornerstone
Box 31
Chapel. Sermons
Box 31
Chaplain, 1970-1972
Box 31
Charlesworth, James H., Dr.
Box 31
Charlotte Resource Council
Box 31
Child Care Center for Duke Employees
Box 31
Children's Home Society of North Carolina
Box 31
Children, Disadvantaged, National Advisory Council on the Education of
Box 31
Children, Duke School for. 1982-1984. Preschool and Primary Program.
Box 31
Children, retarded. National Association for Retarded Children
Box 31
China, 1975
Box 31
China, [c. 1977-1980]
Box 31
China. China Encounter. (publication) [1976-1977]
Box 31
China. All-China Youth Federation, [1983-1984]
Box 31
China. China Exchange, [c. 1971-1980]
Box 31
China. Hatem, George, Dr., [1978-1985]
Box 31
China. Jospeh B. Kennedy's Program
Box 31
China. People's Republic. Trip diary, 1980 : A Fast Stroll Through the Edges of China, April 23 - May 8, 1980 / by Terry Sanford
Box 31
China. Duke delegation to, 1971-1975
Box 32
Chowan College
Box 32
Christ School (Arden, NC)
Box 32
Christian Scientists, Duke policy on
Box 32
Christmas cards
Box 32
Christmas thank-you notes
Box 32
Chronicle of Higher Education
Box 32
Chronicle, [Duke University]
Box 32
Citizens for Court Modernization
Box 32
Citizens for a New Prosperity
Box 32
Citizens' Committee for Government Reorganization
Box 32
Citizens' Conference on State Legislatures: see LEGIS 50
Box 32
Clark, Heman and Bayard
Box 32
Cleland Fund
Box 32
Cleland, James T., Dr.
Box 32
Clodfelter, Danny
Box 32
Coalition for Human Needs and Budget Priorities
Box 32
Coalition for Rural America
Box 32
Coastal Plains Institute
Box 32
Cole, R. Taylor
Box 32
College Entrance Examination Board
Box 32
College Military Deferments, 1971
Box 32
Commencement, 1970-1980
(11 folders)
Box 33
Commencement Marshals, [1970-1973]
Box 34
Commencement, 1981-1984
(4 folders)
Box 34
Commencement. Chris Mimm's file on procedure
Box 34
Committee. Academic Council Committee to Study the Nature and Role of the Academic Council (Christie Committee), 1972
Box 34
Committee. Art and History Preservation
Box 34
Committee. Audio-visual Program (Jay Rutherford)
Box 34
Committee. Black Affairs, President's Council on, 1975-1983
Box 34
Committee. Campus Community Council
Box 34
Committee. Capital Gifts, 1977-
Box 34
Committee. Chancellor. Chancellor's Advisory Committee, 1969-1970
Box 34
Committee. Communications. Video Task Force
Box 34
Committee. Conflict Resolution (ad hoc), 1971
Box 34
Committee. Contraception and Abortion
Box 34
Committee. Corporate Support of Private Universities
Box 34
Committee. Committee on Committees
Box 35
Committee. Curriculum Committee
Box 35
Committee. Duke University Employee Relations Advisory Committee (DUERAC)
Box 35
Committee. Economic Development [1978-1984]
Box 35
Committee. Education Programs, Full Funding of
Box 35
Committee. Education, Commission on the Uses of Technology
Box 35
Committee. Educational Facilities
Box 35
Committee. Educational Policy Program in Trinity College
Box 35
Committee. Environmental Concerns
Box 35
Committee. Epoch Campaign
Box 35
Committee. Faculty Fringe Benefits
Box 35
Committee. Federal Relations
Box 35
Committee. Forest, [Duke]
Box 35
Committee. Golf Course Policy
Box 35
Committee. Graduate Faculty
Box 35
Committee. Hunger, Presidential Commission on
Box 35
Committee. On Inter-University Center for Inter-Professional Education
Box 35
Committee. Personnel Policy
Box 35
Committee. Publications Board
Box 35
Committee. Residential Life
Box 35
Committee. Search. Admissions Director
Box 35
Committee. Search. Advisory
Box 36
Committee. Search. Alumni Affairs Director, 1982
Box 36
Committee. Search. Business School Dean
Box 36
Committee. Search. Chancellor and Provost Committee, 1970
Box 36
Committee. Search. Chancellor, 1976
Box 36
Committee. Search. Chancellor, 1982
Box 36
Committee. Search. Chaplain
Box 36
Committee. Search. Data Processing, Vice-Chancellor for, 1982-1982
Box 36
Committee. Search. Development Officer
Box 36
Committee. Search. Divinity School Dean, 1970-1982
Box 36
Committee. Search. Engineering
Box 36
Committee. Search. Graduate School, Dean, 1979-1980
Box 36
Committee. Search. Law School Dean, 1970, 1973, 1977
Box 36
Committee. Search. Minister to the University, 1983-1984
Box 36
Committee. Search. President of the University
Box 36
Committee. Search. Provost, 1971
Box 36
Committee. Search. Provost, 1978
Box 36
Committee. Search. Provost, 1982-1983
Box 36
Committee. Search. Vice-President for Business, Finance, andLaw.
Box 36
Committee. Search. Psychology Department Chairman
Box 37
Committee. Search. Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Dean
Box 37
Committee. Search. University Counsel
Box 37
Committee. Search. University Librarian
Box 37
Committee. Social Implications of Investment Policies
Box 37
Committee. Sponsored Research
Box 37
Committee. Student Union
Box 37
Committee. Study Abroad
Box 37
Committee. Traffic Commission
Box 37
Committee. Traffic Commission Hearing Panel
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Academic Affairs
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Art Museum
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Buildings and Grounds
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Business and Finance
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Institutional Advancement
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1972-1977
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1978
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1979
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1980
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Investments, University Investment Committee, 1978
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Trustee-Faculty, on Honorary Degrees, 1958-1980
Box 37
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1981
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1982
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1983
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1984
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Investments, 1985
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Medical Center Affairs
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Miscellaneous [rosters]
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Nominations, 1970-1985
(4 folders)
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Student Affairs
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Student Appointees
Box 38
Committee. Trustee. Watson Report, 1969 (Report of the Special Committee on Functions and Organization of the Board of Trustees)
Box 38
Committee. Undergraduate Faculty Council of Arts and Sciences
Box 38
Committee. University Budget Committee
Box 38
Committee. University Center Advisory Committee
Box 38
Committee. University Planning
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Committee. University Planning. Executive Committee
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Admissions and Financial Aid
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Athletics and Physical Education
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Faculty Development
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Graduate Academic Programs
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on International Programs
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Libraries
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Medical Center and Health Affairs
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Non-curricular Life at Duke
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Physical Facilities
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Professional Schools
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Regionaland State Responsibilities
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on the Fine Arts
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Committee. University Planning. Sub-committee on Undergraduate Academic Programs
Box 39
Committees. Administrative and Faculty Committees in the Arts and Sciences / by Steve Johnston, 1970
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Committees. Committees at Duke University. [Office ofInstitutional Studies, 1963]
Box 39
Committees. Student appointees
Box 39
Common Cause. (John W. Gardner, Chairman)
Box 39
Commonwealth Fund
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Community Radio Workshops, Inc. (Spruill, R.E.), 1971-1972
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Community Relations [Office of]
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Compact for Education
Box 39
Complaints
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Conference Board, The. [New York, NY], 1970-1978, 1985
Box 39
Conference Board of Associated Research Councils
Box 40
Conference, Person-to-person. Contacts in International Relations
Box 40
Confidential. Special File, [1972-1974]
Box 40
Congressional Letter on Economy, 1972. Congressional Briefing on Needs of Private Institutions, 1973
Box 40
Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE)
Box 40
Continuing Education
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Copus Research Project
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Corporate Chief Executive Officers, Conference of
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Corporate Chief Executive Officers, Conference of. October 19, 1977
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Corporation for Public Broadcasting
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Council for Policy Evaluation
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Council of Southern Universities. Diuguid Fellowships, etc.
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Council on Foreign Relations
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Council on Foundations, 1971
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Council on Foundations, 1972-1977
(5 folders)
Box 41
Council on International Relations and United Nations Affairs
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Cpc Foundation (College Placement Council)
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Cranks and other strange people
Box 41
Cronkite, Walter, [1980]
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Crotwell, Helen G.
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Curricula Vitae
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D. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(12 folders)
Box 42
Dalton, Harry L.
Box 42
Daniels, Jonathan (Author, White House Witness, 1942-1945)
Box 42
Dateline Duke
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Davidson College
Box 42
Davis, Walter. Nursing Program
Box 42
Davison Club
Box 42
Davison Professorships
Box 42
Day Care Center
Box 42
Dean of Arts and Sciences, 1979-1985
Box 42
Dean of Arts and Sciences. Undergraduate Faculty Council of Arts and Sciences
Box 42
Deane, Disque D., [1975-84]
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Deaths, 1973-1979
Box 42
Death Penalty
Box 43
Deaths, 1980-1985
(2 folders)
Box 43
Degrees, New [establishment of]
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Degrees. Cases
Box 43
Democratic Party, 1970-1982
(3 folders)
Box 43
Departments, 1972-1984. General Information
Box 43
Departments. Anthropology
Box 43
Departments. Art
Box 43
Departments. Botany
Box 43
Departments. Business Administration
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Departments. Chemistry
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Departments. Classical Studies
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Departments. Computer Science, 1970-1984
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Departments. Computer Science. NSF Grant, 1980-1983
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Departments. Economics
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Departments. Education
Box 43
Departments. Education. Teacher Education at Duke University. Report, 1985
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Departments. Electrical Engineering
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Departments. Electrical Engineering. Experiential Learning Laboratory. Selected Papers, 1975-1981
Box 43
Departments. English
Box 43
Departments. Geology
Box 44
Departments. Geology. African Project
Box 44
Departments. German
Box 44
Departments. History
Box 44
Departments. Languages
Box 44
Departments. Mathematics
Box 44
Departments. Music
Box 44
Departments. Physical Education
(4 folders)
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Departments. Physics
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Departments. Political Science
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Departments. Psychiatry
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Departments. Psychology
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Departments. Public Policy Studies
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Departments. Religion
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Departments. Romance Languages
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Departments. Slavic Languages and Literature
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Departments. Sociology
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Departments. Zoology
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Development Office. - see also Institutional Advancement
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Development Office. Administration, 1981-1983. Andy Parker
Box 45
Development Office. Annual giving (Stachitas, Haltom, White, Ross)
Box 45
Development Office. Bowles, John
Box 45
Development Office. Corporate Relations (Jerry McBride, Mike Rierson)
Box 45
Development Office. Dallas/Fort Worth Development Council
Box 45
Development Office. Duke East/West Program, 1981-1983
Box 45
Development Office. Durham/Duke Campaign, 1983-1985
Box 45
Development Office. Foundation Relations. Barbara Smith
Box 45
Development Office. GRAD System. William T. Harris
Box 45
Development Office. Gift Records. Dorothy Brock
Box 45
Development Office. Kirby, Rebekah
Box 45
Development Office. Major Gifts. I. Croom Beatty IV
Box 45
Development Office. Miscellaneous
Box 45
Development Office. New York Development Council
Box 45
Development Office. Plan of Action Report, 1982-1983
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Development Office. Planned Giving. Susan Marchase&Ralph McCaughan
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Development Office. President's Associates
(4 folders)
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Development Office. Proposals, 1981-1985
(3 folders)
Box 45
Development Office. Prospects
Box 45
Development Office. Prospects, 1981-1983
Box 46
Development Office. Prospects, 1984-1985
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Development Office. Prospects. Busch, August, III
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Development Office. Prospects. Finch-Mobley Gift
Box 46
Development Office. Prospects. Gertz, J. Barry, Gift
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Development Office. Prospects. Ludwig, D.K.
Box 46
Development Office. Prospects. Sullivan, R.E., Gift
Box 46
Development Office. Prospects. Wallace, DeWitt, 1977
Box 46
Development Office. Scholarship Banquet, 1979
Box 46
Development Office. Special Programs. Duke Seminar, 1983
Box 46
Dining Halls, [1973-1983]
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Distinguished Professors
Box 46
Distinguished Visitors
Box 46
Divinity School, 1970-
(3 folders)
Box 46
Divinity School. Task Force, 1974
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Dobbs School, [Raleigh, NC]
Box 46
Donaldson, Lufkin, and Jenrette. Endowment Conference, [1972]
Box 46
Dormitory, building of, 1981-1985
Box 46
Drug Science Foundation
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Drugs, 1970-1971
Box 47
Duke Alma Mater
Box 47
Duke Durham Fellows Seminar, 1984
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Campbell, Stewart F., 1974-1978
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Davis, Archie. (Trustee)
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Day, John F., Treasurer. 1970-1985
(2 folders)
Box 47
Duke Endowment. DeButts, John D. (Trustee)
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Educational Beneficiaries
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Educational Institutions, Committee on, 1975-1984
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Felts, James R., Jr. (Trustee) Executive director, Hospital and Child Care Sections
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Henney, Richard B., (Executive Director), 1969-1978
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Law Suit, 1976-1977
Box 47
Duke Endowment. McCall, Billy G. (Deputy Executive Director and Secretary), 1969-1984
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Miscellaneous, [1970-1985]
Box 47
Duke Endowment. Perkins, Thomas L.
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Pickens, Marshall I.
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Proposals to the Committee on Educational Institutions
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Rural Church Program
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Sailstead, Robert J.
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Semans, Mary Duke Biddle Trent [elected chairman]
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Tanglewood, [N.C.] Meeting, 1976
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Terry Sanford and Thomas Perkins Joint Statement, February, 1973
Box 48
Duke Endowment. Trustees of, 1961-[1981]
Box 48
Duke Environmental Center (and Rural Observatory Program) [see also School of Engineering]
Box 48
Duke Family. Doris Duke, [1960]-1985
Box 48
Duke Family. Durden Project
Box 48
Duke Family. James B. Duke. Biography
Box 48
Duke Family. James B. Duke. Portrait
Box 48
Duke Family. Nanaline H. Duke Fund
Box 48
Duke Family. Property in New York
Box 48
Duke Fellows in Communication Program
Box 48
Duke Forest
Box 48
Duke Homestead
Box 48
Duke Indenture
Box 48
Duke, James B., Distinguished Professors
Box 48
Duke. History of the University
Box 48
Duke Management Club
Box 49
Duke Managers' Book Club
Box 49
Duke Players, [1970-1979]
Box 49
Duke Post Office
Box 49
Duke Seminar, 1970, 1976, 1983-1984
Box 49
Duke Translation Service, [1975-1977]
Box 49
Duke University Black Alumni Connection
Box 49
Duke University Cemetery
Box 49
Duke University Computer Kamp (DUCK)
Box 49
Duke University Credit Union
Box 49
Duke University Drama Program
Box 49
Duke University Editor, 1971
Box 49
Duke University Educational Perspectives and Vistas
Box 49
Duke University Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration
Box 49
Duke University Institute for Learning in Retirement
Box 49
Duke University Letters, 1980-1985
(4 folders)
Box 49
Duke University Marine Laboratory, 1970-1985
Box 49
Duke University Marine Laboratory. Dedication, 1974
Box 49
Duke University Marine Laboratory. Duke/University of North Carolina Oceanographic Consortium
Box 49
Duke University Marine Laboratory. Marine Biomedical Center
Box 49
Duke University Marine Laboratory. Ship Eastward, 1971-[1979]
Box 49
Duke University Medical and Technical Development (DUMAT Corp.). Jobsis Niros-scope; Bonaventura Biosponge
Box 49
Duke University News Service
Box 49
Duke. Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Box 49
Duke University Oxford Summer Program
Box 50
Duke University Press, 1971-1985
Box 50
Duke University Research Council
Box 50
Duke University Research and Development (DURAD) Energy
Box 50
Duke University Stores
Box 50
Duke University Symposium, 1981-1982. Science, Technology, Ethics, and Policy.
Box 50
Duke University Union, 1971-1980
Box 50
Duke University Union. Cable TV
Box 50
Duke University Union. Presidential Candidate and
Box 50
Journalist Forum, 1979-1980
Box 50
Duke University Union. Travel Agency Project, 1980-1983
Box 50
Duke University. Sanford chosen President of
Box 50
Durham Arts Council
Box 50
Durham City-County Charter Commission
Box 50
Durham Community Foundation
Box 50
Durham Morning Herald
Box 50
Durham Progress Group, 1980, 1985
Box 50
Durham, City of
Box 50
Durham, City of. Community Education
Box 50
Durham Schools
Box 51
Durham Schools (City-County)
Box 51
Durham Schools. Student Research Papers (3) on Public High Schools: Public education. Student attitudes towards police
Box 51
Durham Urban Observatory
Box 51
E. General correspondence, 1970-1986
(9 folders)
Box 51
East Campus Activities Center
Box 51
East Campus. Planning for the future of
Box 51
East-West Trade Conference [Durham, N.C.], 1985 March
Box 51
Economic Policy Center, Inc., 1982-1984
Box 51
Education Commission of the States (4f)
Box 51
Education Commission of the States. Search Committee
Box 51
Education Institute [proposed], 1974
Box 52
Educational Facilities Laboratories, Inc.
Box 52
Educational Testing Service, [Princeton, N.J., Salary Survey, 1976]
Box 52
Educational Testing Service, [Princeton, N.J.], [1972-1979]
Box 52
Ehle, John, 1972-1981
Box 52
Electron Microscopy
Box 52
Employee Relations / Employee Development
Box 52
Energy
Box 52
Energy Crisis, 1973-1974, and lighting of Christmas Tree
Box 52
Energy Management Advisory Council, Duke University, 1977. Jack Chaddock
Box 52
Engineering School, 1970-1985
(4 folders)
Box 52
Engineering School. Dean's Council
Box 52
Engineering School. Development
Box 52
Engineering School. Development
Box 53
Environment. ECOS, Inc.
Box 53
Equal Employment Opportunity, 1970-1985
(5 folders)
Box 53
Evans, Eli
Box 53
Exchange Program
Box 53
Expressway, East-West, 1971-1985
Box 53
F. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(10 folders)
Box 54
Faculty
Box 54
Faculty Bylaws [October 26, 1972]
Box 54
Faculty Cases, [Grievances] - CLOSED
(12 folders)
Box 54
Faculty Club, 1970-1977
Box 54
Faculty Dinners [volume]
Box 54
Faculty Emeriti (and Staff)
Box 54
Faculty Essays. How to Think Straight series, 1982-
Box 54
Faculty at regular ranks (Faculty Book)
Box 54
Faculty, Black. Recruitment
Box 54
Faculty Fringe Benefits
Box 55
Faculty Handbook, [1976]
Box 55
Faculty Homesites, [1954-1983]
Box 55
Faculty Letters. General correspondence
Box 55
Faculty Luncheons, [1976-1978]
Box 55
Faculty Meetings, 1970-1984
Box 55
Faculty Ombudsman
Box 55
Faculty salaries
Box 55
Faculty, retired
Box 55
Faculty-student luncheons
Box 55
Faculty-student project, [ 1971. Dinners]
Box 55
Federal relations, [1976]
Box 55
Federalism Seventy-Six, [1971-1974]
(3 folders)
Box 55
Federalism, bibliography, 1972. Prof. R. Leach
Box 55
Fein, John. Dean
Box 55
Fenwick, Millicent
Box 55
Few Associates
Box 55
Fifty Group, [1975-1980]
Box 55
Financial Aid, 1970-1985
Box 56
Financing higher education (Federal support)
Box 56
Financing private colleges
Box 56
Fleishman, Joel, 1970-1975
(3 folders)
Box 56
Fletcher, A.J., 1970-1982
Box 56
Floore, France B., 1971-
Box 56
Florida National Bank, 1977-1978
Box 56
Florida Project (Judge Alto Adams, Nat Harrison)
Box 57
Flowers, Anne, Dr., 1972-1975 (Acting Dean, Trinity
Box 57
College of Arts and Sciences)
Box 57
Flowers, Anne, Dr., 1976-1979 (Assistant Provost)
Box 57
Flying Service, 1971
Box 57
Forbes Four Hundred
Box 57
Forbes, John E., 1977-1979
Box 57
Ford, Gerald R., President
Box 57
Foreign Policy Conference, March 12, 1976 (University Role in Education for Foreign Policy)
Box 57
Foreign Study League, 1970-1977
Box 57
Foreign Study Programs
Box 57
Forestry School, 1975
Box 57
Forestry School, 1976-1980
(3 folders)
Box 57
Forestry School. Letters of Protest, 1975
Box 57
Forestry School, 1981-1985
(3 folders)
Box 58
Founders' Day, 1970-1984
(15 folders)
Box 58
Founders' Society
Box 58
Fount (Friends of University Network Television), 1976-[1979]
Box 58
Friday, William Clyde, 1976-1977
Box 58
Fried, Lee (KLM/Pan American crash prediction, 1977)
Box 58
Fukuhara, Nobukazu, [1981-1983]
Box 58
Fuqua School of Business / Graduate School of Business Administration, 1970-1977
(5 folders)
Box 58
Fuqua School of Business / Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. Visiting Lecturers, 1981-1982. Clay Hamner
Box 59
Fuqua School of Business / Graduate School of Business
Box 59
Administration, 1978-1985
(5 folders)
Box 59
G. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(11 folders)
Box 59
Gans, Curtis B., Non-voter study, 1976-1984
Box 59
Garrison, William B.
Box 60
Gazebo at Old Trinity [Dedication, 1984]
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Aetna Life and Casualty Company
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Aid Association for Lutherans
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Alcoa Foundation
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Allied Chemical Corporation
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. American Family Corporation (John Amos)
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. American Telephone and Telegraph
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Amoco Foundation
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Arco Chemical Company
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Ashmore, Frank L., Memorial Fund
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Babcock, Betsy
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Babcock, Mary Reynolds, Foundation, Inc.
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Bank of American Foundation
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Individuals, 1970-1985
(16 folders)
Box 60
Gifts and Grants. Bequests
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Bethlehem Steel Corporation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Biddle, Mary Duke, Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Booth-Ferris Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Brown Foundation, Inc.
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Burlington Industries
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Burroughs-Wellcome
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Calder, Louis, Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Cameron, Eddie, Scholarship Fund
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Campbell, John Bulow Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Cannon Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Carrabina, Ethel Sieck
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Central Carolina Bank
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Chadwick, Harry R., Sr., Professorship of Law
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Chapel Development
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Chase Manhattan Bank
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Chevrolet Scholarship Program
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Cities Service Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Clark, Edna Mcconnell, Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Commonwealth Fund
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Cooper, Alyse Smith, Fund
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Crane Company
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Dana Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Danforth Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Davis, Arthur Vining, Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Davis, Walter
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Dickson Foundation, Inc.
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Donner, William H., Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Dow Chemical, U.S.A.
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Dreyfus, Camille&Henry, Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Du Pont de Nemous, E.I., and Company
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Duke, Angier B., Scholarships
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Durham Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Eastman Kodak Company
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Equitable Life Assurance Society
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Espy, Kip and Sally
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Exxon Education Foundation
Box 61
Gifts and Grants. Fagan Scholarhsip
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Finley, A.E., Foundation
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Ford Foundation, 1960-1984
(6 folders)
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Ford Foundation, Afro-American Studies
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Ford Foundation, Humanities
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Ford Foundation. Legislative Research and Training Proposal
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Forestry School
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Forsyth, Anne
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Founders' Endowment Fund
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Geller, Dr. George Barth
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. General Electric Foundation
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. General Motors Corporation
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Gorrell Family Psychiatry Research Fund
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Green, Otis, Foundation Scholarship Fund
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Guggenheim Foundation
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Gulf Oil Foundation
Box 62
Gifts and Grants. Hanes, F.M., Estate
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hanes, John Chisman III, Memorial Fund
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hanes, P.H., Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Harry S Truman Scholarships, 1976-1979
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hart, Julian Deryl, Professorship
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hercules, Inc.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hermann, Grover M.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hewlett, William&Flora, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hewlett-Packard Company
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hillel Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Honeywell Fund
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Household Finance
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Howard, Reggie, Scholarship
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hoyns, Anna L., Memorial Scholarship
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hull, Cordell, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Hunger Relief Fund
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. International Business Machines
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. International Telephone and Telegraph
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Jensen, Howard E.&Blanche Edora Kennel
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Johnson, Billy (Mrs. Allen S.)
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Johnson, Howard, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Johnson, Robert Wood, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Jones, Edwin L., Sr., Memorial Fund
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Jones, Fletcher Ryan, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Jones, W. Alton, Foundation, Inc.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kellogg Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kenan Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kendall Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kinney, Dr. Thomas D., Scholarship
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kluge, J.W., Pipe Collection
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Koppers Company, Inc.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kraft, Inc.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Krannart Charitable Trust
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kresge Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Kresge, Stanley S.&Dorothy
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Lasker, Albert&Mary, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Liggett Group
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Luce, Henry, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Macy, Josiah, Jr., Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Markle, John&Mary, Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Martin Marietta Corporation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Martin, Walker, Jr.
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. May, Cordelia S., Charitable Trust
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Mellon, Andrew W., Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Mellon, Richard King, Charitable Trust
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Merck Company Foundation
Box 63
Gifts and Grants. Merrill, Charles E., Trust
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Meyerhoff, Harvey
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Minah, Ted, Scholarship
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Miscellaneous Foundation&Corporate, 1970-1985
(6 folders)
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Mobil Foundation, Inc.
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Monsanto Fund
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Morgan Guaranty Trust
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Mott, Charles Stewart, Foundation
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Mudd, Seely G., Foundation
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Murphy, Charles S., Memorial Scholarship Fund
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. NL Industries Foundation
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Namaskar Foundation
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. National Merit Scholarships
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Nearly New Shoppe
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Odom, Guy L., Endowment Fund
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Olin Foundation
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. PPG Industries
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Patterson, Eugene. (St. Petersburg Times)[Poynter Fund]
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Foundation
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Perkins, Thomas L., Memorial Fund
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Pew Memorial Trust
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Pfizer, Inc.
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Powell, Benjamin E., Library Endowment
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Powell, Thomas Edward, Jr.,&family
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Procter and Gamble Fund
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Pye, A. Kenneth, Endowment Fund
Box 64
Gifts and Grants. Research Corporation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Revson, Charles H., Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Reynolds Metals Company Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Reynolds, Kate B., Health Care Trust
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Reynolds, R.J., Tobacco Company
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Reynolds, Z. Smith, Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Richardson, Smith, Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Rockefeller Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Sanford, Terry
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Scholarships, miscellaneous
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Searle Family Trust
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Sears-Roebuck Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Senior Class Gift, 1974
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Senior Class Gift, 1976-1977
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Senior Class Gift, 1978
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Senior Class Gift, 1981-1983
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Senior Class Gift, 1985
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Sheafer, Emma A., Charitable Trust
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Shell Companies Foundation, 1970-1985
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Sigma Xi
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Smart Family Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Smith, Mrs. Harvey W.
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Spence, H.E.
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Spencer Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Standard Oil Company (Indiana)
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Stevens, J.P., Company
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Stouffer Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Suruna Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Teer, Nello, Family
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. Tinker Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. U.S. Steel Foundation
Box 65
Gifts and Grants. University Center
(3 folders)
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Visser, Cheryl, Memorial Scholarship Fund, 1976
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Von Cannon, Fred and Elizabeth
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Wachovia Bank and Trust
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Waggoner Scholarship Fund
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Wasserman, Lew R., MCA/Universal
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Western Electric
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Westinghouse Educational Foundation
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Whitehead Endowment
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Box 66
Gifts and Grants. Xerox Foundation
Box 66
Golf. Childrens' Celebrity Golf Tournament
Box 66
Gothic Services, [1972-1978] [Beer sales]
Box 66
Governance, [University, 1970-1973]
Box 66
Government Relations, [1981-1985], Robert S. Havely, Director
Box 66
Government, [U.S.], Legislation, [1972-1984]
Box 66
Government, [U.S.], Legislation. Higher Education Bill, S.659, [1971-1975]
Box 66
Governors Center
Box 66
Governors Center. Wingspread Conference, [1984-1985]
Box 66
Governors, Council of Former
Box 66
Grading
Box 66
Graduate School, 1969-1973
Box 66
Graduate School, 1974-1985 (2f)
Box 67
Griffith, William J., 1970-1985 (3f)
Box 67
Grounds
Box 67
Guilford College, 1970-1971
Box 67
Guyer, Patsy Jo
Box 67
H. General correspondence, 1970-1981
(12 folders)
Box 67
H. General correspondence, 1982-1985
(4 folders)
Box 68
Hamner, W. Clay, 1980-1981
Box 68
Hanes, Dr. Frederick Moir. Portrait
Box 68
Hanks, Nancy. Memorial
Box 68
Harbor Branch Institution, Inc.
Box 68
Hart, Deryl and Mary. Home
Box 68
Haslam, C.L., Commerce Dept., 1977-1979
Box 68
Haslam, C.L., University Counsel
Box 68
Health Services
Box 68
Hodges, Luther, Jr.
Box 68
Hollings, Ernest F. (Fritz), Senator. 1982
Box 68
Honor Commitment at Duke, 1978-. Inception, study, drafting, and promulgation
Box 68
Honor Commitment at Duke, 1978-. Research material and notes
Box 68
Honor Commitment at Duke, 1978-. Student mailings and responses.
Box 68
Honor Commitment at Duke, Committee for. Minutes, memos, correspondence.
Box 68
Honor Commitment at Duke. History
Box 68
Honor Commitment at Duke. Statements by Sanford and Pye
Box 68
Honor Council, [President's], applications
Box 68
Honorary Degrees, 1935-1968
(33 folders)
Box 69
Honorary Degrees, [1928-1980]
Box 69
Honorary Degrees. Nominees for consideration, [1968- ]
Box 69
Honorary Degrees. Recipients, 1879-1975
Box 69
Honorary Degrees, 1969-1983
(15 folders)
Box 70
Hotel Development
Box 71
Housing
Box 71
Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Proposal to
Box 71
Hoving, John. [Federated Department Stores]
Box 71
Howard University, 1971-1982
(9 folders)
Box 71
Huestis, Charles B., Business and Finance
Box 71
Human Resources, Dept. of. (Wm. H. Johnson / Toby Y. Kahr)
Box 71
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Box 71
Hunger Task Force
Box 71
I. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(3 folders)
Box 72
Immigration. Regulations and cases
Box 72
Inauguarations, other schools, 1970-1985 (2f)
Box 72
Inauguration. Sanford, 1970
Box 72
Inauguration. Sanford. Congratulatory letters, A-Z
(24 folders)
Box 72
Independent Investment Corporation for Duke
Box 73
India visit
Box 73
Institute of Education
Box 73
Institute of European Studies, 1974-1976
Box 73
Institute of International Education, ITT Corporation, 1970-1981
(4 folders)
Box 73
Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, 1978-1985
Box 73
Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs. 10th Anniversary Conference, 1981
Box 73
Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs. Booklets, brochures, etc.
Box 73
Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs. Rural America. 1978-1980.
Box 73
Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs. [Faculty Research Reviews, 1984]
Box 73
Institute of the Arts
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. - see also Development Office
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Beatty, Croom
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Bequest Committee
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Corporate Gifts
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Cost Improvement Program, 1970
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Drew, Tom
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign, 1973
Box 73
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign, 1974-1977
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Announcement Letters
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Class of 1974
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Contributors
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Estate Planning Council
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Leadership Conference, 1975
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Meetings: Atlanta, California, Richmond
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Meetings: Dallas, Fort Worth
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Meetings: Palm Beach
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Meetings: Pittsburgh
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Epoch Campaign. Steering Committee
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Fifth Decade Campaign, 1964-1970
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Gift Records. Dorothy Brock
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Guidelines for Development Officers
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Haynes, Richard A., 1970-1978
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Herrick, Allan M.
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Johnston, Jeffrey M.
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Long, Susan B.
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. McNabb, John T., II
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Medical Center Advancement Office. Glen R. Smiley [see also Medical Center. Development]
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Pacesetters Program, 1970
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Parker, Andrew
Box 74
Institutional Advancement. Peavey, Marion B., 1976-1980
Box 75
Institutional Advancement. Pless, John G.
Box 75
Institutional Advancement. Pless, John G., European Common Market Conference, April 14-15, 1972
Box 75
Institutional Advancement. President's Associates, 1973-1981
(10 folders)
Box 75
Institutional Advancement. Proposals, 1970-1975
(3 folders)
Box 75
Institutional Advancement. Proposals, 1976-1979
Box 76
Institutional Advancement. Prospects, 1970-1980
(3 folders)
Box 76
Institutional Advancement. Robell, Paul A., 1970-1978
Box 76
Institutional Advancement. Ross, J. David, 1970-1979
(5 folders)
Box 76
Institutional Advancement. Staff Reports to the President, 1978
Box 76
Institutional Advancement. Staff Reports to the President, 1979
Box 77
Institutional Advancement. Thaler, F. Roger, 1970-1976
Box 77
Institutional Advancement. Thomas, John. Estate Planning
Box 77
Institutional Advancement. Thomas, John. Medical Center Development
Box 77
Institutional Advancement. Wilkins, Ronald R. Insurance
Box 77
Insurance. Feasibility Study on Self-Insurance, 1981
Box 77
International Association of Universities, 1964-1981
Box 77
International Association of University Presidents
Box 77
International Business Machines Corporation
Box 77
International Conference, 1970
Box 77
International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Box 77
International Students
Box 77
International Studies
Box 77
International Studies, Center for
Box 77
International Studies, Center for. A. Kenneth Pye
Box 77
International Studies, Center for. Dr. Gerald Hartwig, Director
Box 77
International Studies, Center for. M. Margaret Ball, Director
Box 77
International Studies, Center for. Third WorldConvocation, 1985 February
Box 77
Interns
Box 77
Intramural Building, 1971
Box 77
Investments
Box 77
Investor Responsibilty Research Center, Inc.
Box 77
Invitations Accepted, 1970-1985
(8 folders)
Box 78
Invitations Declined, 1970-1972
(9 folders)
Box 78
Invitations, 1970-1973
Box 78
Invitations Declined, 1973-1979 A-M
(12 folders)
Box 79
Invitations Declined, 1979, N-Z - 1983
(9 folders)
Box 80
Invitations Declined, 1984-1985
(6 folders)
Box 81
Invitations Issued, 1980-1985
Box 81
Invitations List, [ 1970-1971]
looseleaf volume
Box 81
Islamic and Arabian Development Studies, 1977-1985
(4 folders)
Box 81
Italy Project
Box 81
Ivey, Mrs. George M.
Box 81
J. General correspondence, 1970-1979
(3 folders)
Box 82
Japan
Box 82
Japan. Asian/Pacific Studies
Box 82
Japan. Living History Program
Box 82
Japan. Sasakawa, Ryoichi
Box 82
Japan. Student Exchange. International Christian University
Box 82
Japan. Trip, 1979 June 24-July 6
Box 82
Japan. United States-Japan Foundation, 1980-1983
Box 82
Jargon [Society, Inc.] Papers, [1977-1979]
Box 82
Jenkins, Kimberly
Box 82
Jenkins, Leo W., Dr. [East Carolina University]
Box 82
Johnson, Lyndon Baines, President. Library and School ofPublic Affairs
Box 82
Journalism at Duke, 1971
Box 82
Judaic Studies, 1971-1984
Box 82
K. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(4 folders)
Box 83
Kaludis, George, Associates. 1984 Review of Senior Management
Box 83
Kappa Delta Pi
Box 83
Kelso, Louis. ESOPS. Draft of Social Capitalism...
Box 83
Kennedy, K.D.
Box 83
Kirby, Rebekah
Box 83
Kissinger, Henry A., [1973-1978]
Box 83
Kreps, Juanita.
Box 83
Krueger, Robert, 1972-1975. Vice-Provost&Dean ofTrinity College of Arts and Sciences, U.S. Representative(TX)
Box 83
L. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(6 folders)
Box 83
Ladd, Larry, 1974-1976
Box 84
Lamar Society, The L.Q.C. [1970-1978]
Box 84
Law School, 1970-1985
(3 folders)
Box 84
Law School. Private Adjudication Center, Inc.
Box 84
Law School. Van Alstyne, Prof. Wm. W.
Box 84
Law School. Van Alstyne, Prof. Wm. W., brief for Dickson etal. vs. Sitterson et al.
Box 84
Lewis, Harold. [Vice-Provost&Dean of the Faculty]
Box 84
Library, 1970-1980
(3 folders)
Box 84
Library Council
Box 85
Library of Congress. [Reading and Successful Living Conference, 1981]
Box 85
Library, 1981-1985
Box 85
Library. Audio-Visual Center
Box 85
Loblolly Performing Arts Program, 1976-1978
Box 85
Lord Corporation. Don Alstadt
Box 85
Louis Harris and Associates, Inc., 1970
Box 85
M. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(7 folders)
Box 85
Mc. General correspondence, 1970-1980
Box 85
MacLamroc, James G.W.
Box 86
Management Improvement Corporation of America [Durham, N.C.; T.L. Amick]
Box 86
Management Improvement Corporation of America. Robotics, 1980-1982. John Gallagher
Box 86
Marshall, Roger, [ 1977-1984; Assistant to the President]
Box 86
Martin Luther King Games, 1973
Box 86
Martin, Walker (Isobel Craven Young Martin [Drill]. Buck Young Foundation), [1967-1985]
Box 86
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Box 86
Mc. General correspondence, 1981-1985
Box 86
McGovern, George
Box 86
McKay, Martha
Box 86
McKissisk, Floyd B., 1974
Box 86
McLean, Malcolm P. (Cancer research, etc., scholarship foundation proposal, etc.)
Box 86
Media Center and Audio-Visual Communications Development.
Box 86
Medical Center. Advisory board
Box 86
Medical Center. Alumni Weekend
Box 86
Medical Center. Anatomy Department
Box 86
Medical Center. Anlyan, William G., Dr., 1965-1985
(3 folders)
Box 86
Medical Center. Anlyan, William G., Dr., Interim Report, 1983
Box 86
Medical Center. Bylaws of the Medical Staff
Box 86
Medical Center. Capitation Grants to Medical School
Box 86
Medical Center. Celebrity Golf Tournament
Box 86
Medical Center. Commonwealth Fund. Proposals
Box 86
Medical Center. Community and Family Medicine
Box 86
Medical Center. Complaints and Compliments, 1972-1980
Box 86
Medical Center. Comprehensive Cancer Center
Box 86
Medical Center. Complaints and Compliments, 1981-1982
Box 87
Medical Center. Complaints and Compliments, 1983-1985
Box 87
Medical Center. Development
Box 87
Medical Center. Dietary Rehabilitation Clinic
Box 87
Medical Center. Executive Health Examinations
Box 87
Medical Center. Eye Center, 1971-
Box 87
Medical Center. Highland Hospital, 1963-1982
(3 folders)
Box 87
Medical Center. Highland Hospital. Advisory Committee
Box 87
Medical Center. Highland Hospital. Interview, CBS Sixty Minutes, Sept. 23, 1980
Box 87
Medical Center. Hospital North, 1970-1978
(4 folders)
Box 87
Medical Center. Hospital North, 1980-1985
Box 88
Medical Center. Hospital North, Dedication, 1980-1981
Box 88
Medical Center. Hospital North. Financing Backstop Agreement, 1982
Box 88
Medical Center. Hospital South. Planning
Box 88
Medical Center. Hyperbaric Chamber
Box 88
Medical Center. Jones, Edwin L., Cancer Research Center
Box 88
Medical Center. May, Cordelia Scaife. Chair of Reproductive Biology and Family Planning, Endowment
Box 88
Medical Center. Medicaid Program [Funding Cuts], 1981
Box 88
Medical Center. Medical Affairs Committee of the Board ofTrustees
Box 88
Medical Center. Miscellaneous, 1968-1985
(3 folders)
Box 88
Medical Center. Modernization and Expansion Project.
Box 88
Medical Center. Morris, Edwin A., Clinical Cancer Research Building.
Box 88
Medical Center. Nursing, School of
Box 88
Medical Center. Nursing, School of. Report to the Board of Trustees, 1976.
Box 88
Medical Center. Physical Therapy Program
Box 88
Medical Center. Physicians' Assistant Program
Box 88
Medical Center. Sea Level Hospital
Box 88
Medical Center. Symposium, 1977. The Future of the Private Sector
Box 88
Medical Center. System for Hospital Uniform Reporting (SHUR) Legislation.
Box 88
Medical Center. Thomas, John. Duke Retirement Community Proposal.
Box 88
Medical Center. Wallace, Andrew G.
Box 88
Medical Center. Walters, R.C. (Bucky)
Box 88
Medical Center. Woodhall, Barnes.
Box 88
Medical Center. [Mount Sinai Report, 1980]
Box 88
Methodist Church
Box 89
Methodist Church. Board of Higher Education and Ministry, 1970-1985
(3 folders)
Box 89
Methodist Church. Duke's Relationship with, 1964-
Box 89
Methodist Church. Faculty Salaries
Box 89
Methodist Church. National Association of Schools and Colleges ofthe United Methodist Church, 1977-1985
Box 89
Methodist Church. National Commission on United Methodist Higher Education.
Box 89
Methodist Church. North Carolina Conference, 1964-1985
Box 89
Methodist Church. Presidents of Methodist-related Universities, 1964-
Box 89
Methodist Church. Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference
Box 89
Methodist Church. Tuition at Duke.
Box 89
Methodist Church. Undergraduate Curriculum Study, Grant for, 1966-1968
Box 89
Methodist Church. University Senate, 1961-
Box 89
Methodist Church. Western North Carolina Conference, 1964-
Box 89
Methodist College. 1965-1976
(4 folders)
Box 90
Methodist College. President Search Committee, 1972-1973
Box 90
Methodist Ministers, Letters from
Box 90
Metropolitan Opera, 1976
Box 90
Microelectronics Center of North Carolina, 1980-1984
Box 90
Mimms, Christine. Memos, notes and correspondence
Box 90
Minister to the University, 1973-1983. Young, Robert T.
(3 folders)
Box 90
Minister to the University, Acting. Kammerer, Charlene P.
Box 90
Minister to the University. 1983- . Willimon, William H.
Box 90
Minority Affairs
Box 90
Missouri, University of. John C. Weaver. 1970
Box 90
Mitsubishi
Box 90
Moffatt, Curtis
Box 90
Mondale, [Walter] Fritz.
Box 90
Morrison Award
Box 90
Murdock, David H.
Box 90
N. Correspondence, 1970-1985
(4 folders)
Box 91
Nance, Thurman F. / Jordan Lake / Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers' Association
Box 91
Nathans, Elizabeth S., Dean
Box 91
National ... [miscellaneous organizations]
Box 91
National Academy of Public Administration, 1970-1982
(4 folders)
Box 91
National Academy of Sciences, 1971-1984
Box 91
National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), [1975-1983]
Box 91
National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1976-1984
(3 folders)
Box 91
National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges
Box 92
National Board on Graduate Education, [1972-1976]
(5 folders)
Box 92
National Book Committee, [1971-1974]
Box 92
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Box 92
National Business Consortium for the Gifted and Talented
Box 92
National Collegiate Athletic Association, 1970-1985
(4 folders)
Box 93
National Committee for Citizens in Education, 1976-1985
(5 folders)
Box 93
National Committee for Support of the Public Schools, [1970-1973]
Box 93
National Conference of Christians and Jews, [1971-1981]
Box 93
National Congress on Church-Related Colleges and Universities, 1978-1979
Box 93
National Congress on Church-Related Colleges and Universities, 1979-1980
Box 94
National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1977-1981
Box 94
National Council of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1970-[1976]
Box 94
National Defense Education Act, 1970-1971
Box 94
National Driving Center, 1971-
Box 94
National Education Association, [1971-1979]
Box 94
National Electron Accelerator Laboratory, [1980-1981]
Box 94
National Endowment for the Arts, 1977-1978
Box 94
National Endowment for the Humanities, [1972-1982]
Box 94
National Governors' Association
Box 94
National Humanities Center, 1975-1978 [see also Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies]
Box 94
National Humanities Center, 1979-1985
(4 folders)
Box 95
National Institute of Ecology, [1970-1971]
Box 95
National Labor Relations Board. See: Unions, Non-Academic Employees
Box 95
National Research Council [see also National Board on Graduate Education]
Box 95
National Science Foundation, 1970-1984
(3 folders)
Box 95
National Urban Coalition. See: Urban America, Inc.
Box 95
Nature Conservancy, [1977-1983]
Box 95
Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference, [1973]
Box 95
Naylor, Thomas H.
Box 95
Neuharth, Allen H. [Gannett Co.]
Box 95
New Orleans [Moon Landrieu, Mayor]
Box 95
New York Concert. March 19, 1977. Carnegie Hall. Duke Choir and Chorale with the N.C. Symphony Orchestra
Box 95
New York Times Supplement, 1973, October 7. [Duke University supplement]
Box 95
New York Times, 1970, November 17. Agnew article
Box 95
Newsome, C.G., Acting Dean of Black Affairs, 1973-1974
Box 95
Nixon Library. Academic Council (Weintraub) [1981 Aug-Oct]
Box 96
Nixon Library. Academic Council from [Board of Trustees] Executive Committee, Sept. 5, [1981]
Box 96
Nixon Library. Advisory and Negotiating Committees
Box 96
Nixon Library. Alumni Letters, 1981-1982
Box 96
Nixon Library. Applicants
Box 96
Nixon Library. Cartoon. Dwane Powell, News and Observer, August 16, 1981 (see box 229)
Box 96
Nixon Library. Clippings
(3 folders)
Box 96
Nixon Library. Departments, Groups, Schools, etc. Correspondence
Box 96
Nixon Library. Duke Faculty from R. Marshall (Resolution). Sept. 4, [1981]
Box 96
Nixon Library. Faculty Letters
Box 96
Nixon Library. Faculty and Emeriti Faculty. No
Box 96
Nixon Library. Faculty and Emeriti Faculty. Yes
Box 96
Nixon Library. Faculty. Non-committal and Misc. Correspondence
Box 96
Nixon Library. Goodwin, Craufurd. Correspondence, 1981
Box 96
Nixon Library. Green, William L., Correspondence, 1981
Box 96
Nixon Library. IBM 5220 diskette containing correspondence typed by Pam Blake re. Nixon Library, 1981
Box 96
Nixon Library. Letters to Board of Trustees after September 4, 1981
Box 96
Nixon Library. Letters to Board with copies to TS. No
Box 96
Nixon Library. Letters to Board with copies to TS. Yes
Box 96
Nixon Library. Letters to TS enclosing letters to the Board. No
Box 96
Nixon Library. Letters to TS enclosing letters to the Board. Yes
Box 96
Nixon Library. McDonald, [Eugene], correspondence
Box 96
Nixon Library. McMahon, [J. Alexander], correspondence
Box 96
Nixon Library. [Academic Council Meeting, 1981 August 31]
Box 96
Nixon, President Richard (& White House)
Box 96
Nixon, Richard M., Scholarship, 1973-
Box 96
Nixon Library. Marshall, Roger
Box 97
Nixon Library. Marshall, [Roger. Statement concerning the proposed...] October 11, [1981]
Box 97
Nixon Library. Mattie Russell and Bill King. Correspondence
Box 97
Nixon Library. Miscellaneous
Box 97
Nixon Library. Miscellaneous correspondence
(4 folders)
Box 97
Nixon Library. Mortenson, [Stan] and Warner, [Robert M.]
Box 97
Nixon Library. Murphy, [Charles S.] correspondence
Box 97
Nixon Library. Pye, [Kenneth], correspondence.
Box 97
Nixon Library. Rhyne, [Charles S.], correspondence
Box 97
Nixon Library. Student letters - no
Box 97
Nixon Library. Student letters - yes
Box 97
Nixon Library. T[erry] S[anford] Memo to Academic Council, Aug. 19, [1981]
Box 97
Nixon Library. T[erry] S[anford] Memo to Alumni and Students, Aug. 18, [1981] (Cady letter)
Box 97
Nixon Library. T[erry] S[anford] Memo to Board of Trustees, Aug. 15, [1981]
Box 97
Nixon Library. T[erry] S[anford] Memo to Executive Committee, Aug. 8, [1981]
Box 97
Nixon Library. T[erry] S[anford] Memo to Faculty, Sept. 2, [1981]
Box 97
Nixon Library. T[erry] S[anford] to Board of Trustees. Sydney Nathans' materials.
Box 97
Nixon Library. Trustee letters - no
Box 97
Nixon Library. Trustee letters - non-committal
Box 97
Nixon Library. Trustee letters - yes
Box 97
Nixon Library. Unfoldered materials
Box 97
Nixon Library. Unsigned or no address
Box 97
Nixon Library. [Reese, Morris G.]
Box 97
Nixon Library. Letters from alumni- yes
(12 folders)
Box 98
Nixon Library. Letters from alumni - no
(6 folders)
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters from alumni and others
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters from alumni, with clippings.
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters from alumni. Duplicates/copies
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters from alumni. Unsorted
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters from others - no
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters from others - yes
Box 99
Nixon Library. Letters. Unsorted
Box 99
Non-academic Employees
Box 100
North Carolina Academy of Science, 1972-1979
Box 100
North Carolina Advancement School
Box 100
North Carolina Association of Black Educators
Box 100
North Carolina Association of Colleges and Universities
Box 100
North Carolina Association of Educators, Inc.
Box 100
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1970-1979
(10 folders)
Box 100
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1980-1985
(5 folders)
Box 101
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges andUniversities. Legislation
Box 101
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. North Carolina Constitutional Ammendment V, 1982
Box 101
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Public Support of Private Higher Education: Comments of Sanford to Joint Committee on Higher Education, 1977 May 10
Box 101
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Council of Trustees, 1977-1981
Box 101
North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Smith vs. Board of Governors of UNC
Box 101
North Carolina Awards, 1970-1984
(4 folders)
Box 101
North Carolina Biotechnology Center
Box 101
North Carolina Boys' State
Box 101
North Carolina Center for Independent Higher Education, Inc., 1977
Box 101
North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research
Box 101
North Carolina Central University
Box 101
North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute
Box 101
North Carolina Community College and Technical Institute Planning Commission, 1979-1980
Box 102
North Carolina Community Colleges and Technical Institutes
Box 102
North Carolina Community Colleges, 1978-1981
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Administration
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Administration. Council on the Status of Women, 1978-1980
(3 folders)
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Administration. Human Relations Council
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Agriculture. Jim Graham
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Archives and History
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Commerce
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Human Resources
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources
Box 102
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Box 102
North Carolina Film Board
Box 102
North Carolina Fund
Box 102
North Carolina Governor's School
Box 102
North Carolina Governor. James B. Hunt, 1974-1984
Box 102
North Carolina Governor. James E. Holshouser, 1973-1977
Box 102
North Carolina Governor. James G. Martin III
Box 102
North Carolina Governor. Robert W. Scott, 1969-1977
Box 102
North Carolina Gubernatorial Succession Amendment
Box 102
North Carolina Heart Association [concerning University policy on solicitation]
Box 102
North Carolina Highway Patrol
Box 102
North Carolina Institute of Government
Box 102
North Carolina Institute of Politics
Box 102
North Carolina Internship Office
Box 102
North Carolina Learning Institute of North Carolina, 1965-1979
(12 folders)
Box 103
North Carolina Legislative Study Commission on Student Financial Aid
Box 103
North Carolina Legislative Tuition Grants
Box 103
North Carolina Legislative Tuition Grants. Thank-you letters from students
Box 103
North Carolina Legislature, 1970-1985
(3 folders)
Box 103
North Carolina Miscellaneous, 1970-1984
Box 104
North Carolina Museum of Art
Box 104
North Carolina Museum of Life and Science
Box 104
North Carolina Outward Bound School, 1981-1983
(5 folders)
Box 104
North Carolina Press Association Award
Box 104
North Carolina Public Interest Research Group (NCPIRG), 1973-1977
Box 104
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, 1968-1985
Box 104
North Carolina School of the Arts, 1970-1985
Box 104
North Carolina Science and Technology Task Force, 1973, 1982-1984
Box 104
North Carolina Sports Facility
Box 104
North Carolina State Aid to Higher Education, 1970-1973
Box 104
North Carolina State Aid to Higher Education Paid Through the University of North Carolina, 1973-
Box 105
North Carolina State Aid to Higher Education, 1974-1980
(3 folders)
Box 105
North Carolina State Commission on Higher Education Facilities
Box 105
North Carolina State Government Reorganization. Governor's Committee, 1970-1971
Box 105
North Carolina State Highway Commission
Box 105
North Carolina State Student Legislature
Box 105
North Carolina State University
Box 105
North Carolina Symphony
Box 105
North Carolina Wesleyan College
Box 105
North Carolina Writers' Conference
Box 105
North Carolina Zoological Park
Box 105
North Carolina. University of North Carolina Advisory Council of Private Colleges and Universities to the UNC Board of Governors
Box 105
North Carolina. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1970-1985
(4 folders)
Box 105
North Carolina. University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Box 105
North Carolina. University of North Carolina. Tom Lambeth&Ray Farris. [re: relationship with private institutions and public support for independent higher education]
Box 105
North Carolina. Videotapes. Ralph Scott, etc. Interviews
Box 105
O. General correspondence, 1968-1985
(3 folders)
Box 106
Oak Ridge Associated Universities, [1970-1983]
Box 106
Occupational Forecasting, Inc., 1981
Box 106
Olive, B.B., 1972-1984 [Patents; Duke Forest]
Box 106
Operation Breakthrough, [1969-1983]
Box 106
Organization for Tropical Studies, 1970-1985
Box 106
Orr, [Louis] Etchings, [1981-1982]
Box 106
Ossabaw Island, [Georgia, 1964-1977]
Box 106
Overton, Dolph, [1979]
Box 106
P. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(8 folders)
Box 106
Palm Beach Conference Center, 1978 [Mar-A-Lago, M.M. Post home]
Box 106
Pan-Africa Track Meet, 1971
Box 106
Pan-Africa, West Germany, USA International Track and Field Meet, 1975
Box 106
Panama Canal [Treaty, 1977-1978]
Box 106
Panel of American Women, [1976-1977]
Box 107
Parents' Weekend, [1980-1984]
Box 107
Patent Office, 1977-1985
(5 folders)
Box 107
Patterson, Eugene C., [1971-1972]
Box 107
Patton, Vicky, 1970-1983
Box 107
Payroll Savings Plan, [1972-1983]
Box 107
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell,&Company, 1964-1970
Box 107
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency Grants, 1970-1973
Box 107
Personal Assistance Service for Duke Employees and Families, [1984]
Box 107
Personnel, 1973-1985
(10 folders)
Box 107
Pfeiffer College. Cameron West. 1978-1982
Box 107
Phelps, Jake, [1972-1983]
Box 107
Phi Beta Kappa, [1972-1979]
Box 107
Phytotron, [1977-1981]
Box 107
Pinsky, Mark, [1970-1978]
Box 107
Piva, John J., Jr. [1982-1985] [VP, Alumni Affairs andDevelopment]
Box 107
Placement Office. [1964-1983]. Patricia O'Conner, Director
Box 107
Poland
Box 107
Political Science, Dept. of, [1971] [Ralph Braibanti]
Box 107
Pratt, Ella Fountain. [1964-1984]
Box 107
Presidential Nominations Forum, [Clippings and printed matter]
Box 107
Presidential Awards, [1983-1985]
Box 107
Presidential Nominations Forum
Box 107
Presidential Nominations Forum. Contributions
Box 108
Presidential Nominations Forum. Distribution of report.
(8 folders)
Box 108
Presidential Nominations Forum. General correspondence
(6 folders)
Box 108
Presidential Nominations Forum. Lists
Box 108
Presidential Nominations Forum. Miscellaneous
(7 folders)
Box 108
President's Dining Room, 1982
Box 109
President's House, [1979-1983]
Box 109
President's Office. Congressional Correspondence, 1970-1984
(6 folders)
Box 109
President's Office. Memos for the record
Box 109
President's Office. Office automation, VTR-II, etc.
Box 109
President's Office. Personnel (RESTRICTED)
Box 109
President's Office. Plan of Operation
Box 109
President's Office. President's Schedule, 1970-1974
Box 109
President's Office. Sanford, Terry. Sabbatical
Box 109
Presidential Nominations Forum. Negative replies to requests for grants)
Box 109
Presidential Nominations Forum. Panel
Box 109
Presidential Nominations Forum. Report [A Statement of Purpose for Political Parties]
Box 109
Presidential Nominations Forum. Reports, requests for Presidential Nominations Forum. Sessions 1-4
(4 folders)
Box 109
Presidential Nominations Forum. Toronto, May-June, 1981
Box 109
Presidential Nominations Forum. [The Presidential Selection Process, A Conference Sponsored by The American Bar Association and The Johnson Foundation, 1981]
Box 109
Presidential Primaries Conference, April 24-26, 1985, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Box 109
Presidential Primaries. Projects for Media Coverage
Box 109
Presidents' Institute. Cornell University, June 21-26, 1970
Box 109
President's Office. Sanford, Terry. Diary, 1970-1971
Box 110
President's Office. Smyer, Mick, 1976 [Research Assistant]
Box 110
President's Office. Source Data Book [ 1969. Briefing book]
Box 110
President's Office. Student lunches, 1972
Box 110
President's Office. Transportation and vehicle records
Box 110
President's Staff Meetings, 1972-1975
Box 110
Price, James L., 1970-1978 [Vice-Provost and Dean of Undergradaute Education]
Box 110
Primate Facility
Box 110
Provost's Summary of Information to President Sanford, 1-1-70.
Box 110
Provost, 1970-1971. John O. Blackburn
Box 110
Provost, 1970. Marcus E. Hobbs
Box 110
Provost, 1971-1978. Frederic N. Cleaveland
Box 110
Provost, 1978-1982. William Bevan
Box 110
Provost, 1983-1985. Phillip Griffiths
Box 110
Psychiatric Institute Foundation, 1976 [Sex Roles Conference]
Box 110
Publications Office, 1969, 1977-1981
Box 110
Pye, A. Kenneth, 1971-1974 [University Counsel]
(4 folders)
Box 110
Pye, A. Kenneth, 1973-1976 [Dean, Law School]
Box 110
Q. General correspondence
Box 111
Questionnaires, 1978-1985
(6 folders)
Box 111
Questionnaires, Barnard College, 1979
Box 111
R. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(12 folders)
Box 111
Racquetball, [1977-1983]
Box 111
Radio Shack, Tandy Corp.
Box 111
Radio. WDBS, 1967-1985
(3 folders)
Box 111
Rankin, Mrs. Robert
Box 111
Readers' Digest, 1974 [DeWitt Wallace]
Box 111
Reading Programs, 1977-1983. Anne H. Adams
Box 111
Reagan, Ronald. President
Box 111
Real Estate, 1979-1985
(8 folders)
Box 112
Real Estate. Riverbend [Wake County, NC]
Box 112
Real Estate. White Oaks [Duke Home, Charlotte, NC]
Box 112
Recommendations, 1974-1980
(11 folders)
Box 112
Recommendations, 1981-1985
(8 folders)
Box 113
Recommendations, Students.
Box 113
Recycling and sales
Box 113
Reference requests, 1970-1980
(9 folders)
Box 113
Reference requests, 1981-1985
(8 folders)
Box 114
Referral Logs -are filed separately
Box 114
Regan, Don, 1971
Box 114
Regional Programs, Office of. 1967-1970. [Hopkins, Everett. Colver, Robert]
Box 114
Registrar's Office, 1970-1984
Box 114
Reich, Alan A. [1982-1983]
Box 114
Religious Groups Space, 1973
Box 114
Research Support, Office of, 1980-1984
Box 114
Research Triangle Foundation, 1970-1985
(5 folders)
Box 114
Research Triangle Institute, 1970-1980
(18 folders)
Box 115
Research Triangle Institute&Research Triangle Foundation Appointments, [1967-1983]
Box 116
Research Triangle Institute, 1981-1985
(5 folders)
Box 116
Research Triangle International Visitors Center, 1973-1977
Box 116
Reserve Officer Training Corps, 1970-1981 [general]
Box 116
Reserve Officer Training Corps, Air Force, 1970-1983
Box 116
Reserve Officer Training Corps, Army, 1983-
Box 116
Reserve Officer Training Corps, Navy, 1970-1985
Box 116
Retrenchment. Clippings, 1980
Box 116
Retrenchment. East Campus, 1980-1981
Box 116
Retrenchment. Education Dept., 1980-1982
Box 116
Retrenchment. General correspondence and reports, 1980-1981
Box 116
Retrenchment. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Dept., 1980-1981
Box 116
Retrenchment. News releases, 1980
Box 116
Retrenchment. Nursing Education Planning Task Force, 1980-1982
Box 116
Retrenchment. Nursing School, 1980-1981
Box 116
Rhine, J.B., [1977-1979]
Box 117
Rhodes Scholars, 1970-1984
Box 117
Ross, J. David, 1 979-1981
Box 117
Rotary [Club of Durham], 1970-1981
Box 117
S. General correspondence, 1970-1982
(13 folders)
Box 117
S. General correspondence, 1983-1985
(3 folders)
Box 118
SALT, 1979 [Strategic Arms Limitations Talks]
Box 118
Saint Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg, NC. 1971- 1984
Box 118
Saturday Review [magazine], 1979-1981
Box 118
Saudi Arabia, 1979-1981
Box 118
Sawyer, Robert N., 1976-1982
Box 118
School situation, 1973-1978 [relates to poor conditions in Durham public schools, and proposals to alleviate them, including a school run by the University]
(3 folders)
Box 118
Sea Grant Studies, [1966-1970] [grants for oceanographc research]
Box 118
Security Office, 1970-1985
Box 118
Semans, Mary and Jim
Box 118
Shroud of Turin, [ 1982-1984. Alan D. Whanger]
Box 118
Skarulis, Patricia C., Vice Chancellor for Information Systems, [1983-1985]
Box 118
Sloan Colloquium on Communications and Telecommunications Policy, 1984-1985
Box 118
Smithsonian Project, [1982]
Box 118
Society for Religion in Higher Education, 1975
Box 118
Solie, Guy, 1972- [Special Assistant to the President]
Box 118
South Africa, 1977-1985
(3 folders)
Box 118
South Africa. Divestment. Social Implications of Duke Investment Policy.
Box 118
South Africa. International Telephone and Telegraph
Box 118
South Africa. Universities' policies
Box 118
South Asia Studies in the Carolinas-Virgina Region, [Association ...], 1971
Box 119
Southeast Consortium for International Development, [1977]
Box 119
Southeastern Council of Foundations, 1973-1974
Box 119
Southeastern Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, [1974-1979]
Box 119
Southeastern Regional Association of Physical Plant Administrators of Universities and Colleges, 1971-1972
Box 119
Southeastern Regional Education Laboratory, [1985]
Box 119
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Inc., 1970-1985
Box 119
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Inc.
Box 119
Duke University's Fifth Year Essay Report, 1971
Box 119
Southern Atlantic States Association for Asian and AfricanStudies, [1981-1982]
Box 119
Southern Educational Communications Association, [1970]
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board, 1976-1985
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Address lists, 1971
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Babcock Foundation, 1971-1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Beyle, Thad, 1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Business, Materials, etc., 1971-1972 [financial records]
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Employment Applications, 1971-1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Ford Foundation, 1971-1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Foundation correspondence, 1971-1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Governors' correspondence, 1971-1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Imprest cash forms, etc., 1972-1973
(3 folders)
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Invoices, 1972
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Miscellaneous, 1972-1975 [includes descriptive brochure, briefing book, minutes, and miscellanous correspondence]
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. News clippings, 1971
Box 119
Southern Growth Policies Board. Others' correspondence, 1971-1974
Box 120
Southern Growth Policies Board. Smith Richardson Foundation, 1971-1972
Box 120
Southern Regional Education Board, 1970-1984
Box 120
Southern University Conference, 1974-1981
Box 120
Southern Water Resource and Pollution Control Conference, 1970. E.H. Bryan
Box 120
Spaulding, Asa T., 1971-1980
Box 120
Special Events, 1971-1984. Paul Vick. Janet Sanfilippo
Box 120
Statue of Liberty [Centennial Celebration, 1983-1984]
Box 120
Student awards, [1981-1985]
Box 120
Student cases, 1970-1985 (8f). [RESTRICTED]
Box 120
Student government associations
Box 120
Student interns. Angier B. Duke Scholarship, 1970-1971. Bill Garrison and Tom Drew
Box 120
Student interns. Community Internship Program, [Syracuse University], 1972
Box 120
Student interns. Drug study, 1970-1971. Tom Drew
Box 120
Student interns. Duke-Durham Community Relationships, 1971
Box 120
Student interns. Durham Research Associates, 1970. Bill Garrison
Box 120
Student interns. Environmental study, 1970-1971. Bill Garrison
Box 120
Student interns. Freshman dinners, 1971
Box 120
Student interns. Hospital sessions, 1972
Box 120
Student interns. International programs - S.C.
Box 120
Student interns. Journalism, 1972. Bill Garrison
Box 120
Student interns. Library question, 1971. [The Branson Committee Report]
Box 120
Student interns. Miscellaneous material, 1970-1972
Box 120
Student interns. Museum Intern Program, 1971-1972. Mary Woods.
Box 120
Student interns. Museum of African Art Exhibit, 1971. Mary Woods
Box 120
Student interns. North Carolina. State Internship Program, 1971
Box 120
Student interns. Original sessions, 1971. [Possible projects]
Box 120
Student interns. Peace and Conflict Resolution, 1971
Box 120
Student interns. Program in the Arts, 1971-1972. Mary
Box 120
Woods, Bill Garrison, Curt Moffatt.
Box 120
Student interns. Program in the Arts, 1971-1972. Mary Woods, Bill Garrison, Curt Moffatt.
(8 folders)
Box 121
Student interns. Public School Creative Arts Proposal, 1972
Box 121
Student interns. Publications, 1971.
Box 121
Student interns. Religious organizations
Box 121
Student interns. Revenue sharing, 1971
Box 121
Student interns. Safety report, 1970-1972.
Box 121
Student interns. Sanford for President, 1972. [Students for Sanford]
Box 121
Student interns. Scotland estate, 1971
Box 121
Student interns. Southern Regional Growth Board, 1971
Box 121
Student interns. Student abortion loan program, 1971
Box 121
Student interns. Student internship programs, 1972
Box 121
Student interns. Students for summer staff, 1971
Box 121
Student interns. Study Abroad, 1971-1972
(3 folders)
Box 121
Student interns. University planning, 1971-1972
Box 121
Student interns. Women studies, 1971
Box 121
Student interns. Year in Action program, 1971. Tom Drew
(4 folders)
Box 121
Student Petitions, Post Office, n.d.
Box 122
Student petitions, 1970-1979
Box 122
Student petitions, ITT, 1976-1977. Radical Academics Union
Box 122
Student unrest, 1968-1970
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May. Clippings
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May. Letters answered
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May. Letters answered [samples for the Board of Trustees]
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May. Letters unanswered
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May. Replies [to Sanford's letter]
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970 May. Telegrams
Box 122
Student unrest, 1970. Printed matter
Box 122
Student unrest. Allen Building Takeover, 1969
(3 folders)
Box 122
Student unrest. Allen Building Takeover, 1969. Scrapbook [Includes interview transcripts]
Box 122
Student unrest. March for Peace, April 24, 1971
Box 122
Student unrest. Report of the President's Commission on Campus Unrest, 1970
Box 122
Student unrest. Spiro Agnew, 1970
Box 122
Student unrest. University Policy Toward Dissent, 1971
Box 122
Student unrest. University of California, 1966-
Box 122
Students. ASDU. Abortion Committee, 1971
Box 123
Students. ASDU. Athletic Facility and Program Survey, 1982
Box 123
Students. ASDU. Report on Tuition, 1984
Box 123
Students. ASDU. Special [report on ASDU's role], 1975-1976. Students. ASDU. Task Force on Black / White Relations, 1982
Box 123
Students. Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, 1984
Box 123
Students. American Student Federation, 1979
Box 123
Students. Associated Students of Duke University (ASDU), 1970-1985
(5 folders)
Box 123
Students. Association of African Students, 1971-1976
Box 123
Students. Beta Phi Zeta, 1982
Box 123
Students. Conference on Career Choices, 1982
Box 123
Students. Deaths, [1965-1985]
Box 123
Students. Duke Investment Club, [1984]
Box 123
Students. Fraternities and Sororities, 1970-1985
Box 123
Students. Freshman Orientation, [1976-1985]
Box 123
Students. Gay Alliance, 1974
Box 123
Students. Graduate Student Association, [1971-1975]
Box 123
Students. Graduate and Professional Student Council, [1984-1985]
Box 123
Students. Housing
Box 123
Students. Interview with a group of seniors, April 22, 1974 [Transcript]
Box 123
Students. Judicial Board
Box 123
Students. Law Students Against the War, Inc., [1970]
Box 123
Students. Letters from parents, 1971-1977
(7 folders)
Box 123
Students. Letters from parents, 1978-1985
(9 folders)
Box 124
Students. Loans (Alumni)
Box 124
Students. Miscellaneous, 1970-1985
(15 folders)
Box 124
Students. Movement for Shared Authority, 1975
Box 125
Students. Pitchforks, 1980-1982
Box 125
Students. Political Activity
Box 125
Students. Political Science
Box 125
Students. Publications
Box 125
Students. Residential Life
Box 125
Students. Scholarships, [1979-1985]
Box 125
Students. Suppers
Box 125
Students. Symposium: Peacekeeping in a Nuclear Age, [1984]
Box 125
Students. YMCA / YWCA
Box 125
Students. Yearbook [Chanticleer], 1970-1985
Box 125
Sudler, Louis J., Prize in the Arts, 1983
Box 125
Summer Internships, 1971-1985
Box 125
Summer Session, 1970-1976
Box 125
Summer Session, 1974-1983
Box 125
Summer Session. Pre-College Program, 1978-1979
Box 125
Summer Transitional Program, 1971, 1983-1985
Box 125
Superannuates, 1970-1973
(4 folders)
Box 125
Superannuates. Pattern Letters, [1951-1973]
Box 125
Telephone logs, 11/30/1970 - 1/30/1973
Box 125
Telephone logs, 1973-1985
Box 126
T. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(9 folders)
Box 127
Talent Identification Program, 1980-1985
(6 folders)
Box 127
Tarr, Curtis, 1980-1981
Box 127
Tax bills (HR 14844) [Correspondence with NC legislators]
Box 127
Tax credit, tuition, 1977-1978
Box 127
Tax reform. Senate hearing, 4/8/76 [testimony]
Box 127
Tax. IRS, N.C. Dept. of Revenue, etc. [1970-1975]
Box 127
Taxes, 1979-1982
Box 127
Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, [1972-1979]
Box 127
Telephone messages, 1981-1985
(5 folders)
Box 127
Telephone service, 1972-1981
Box 127
Thatcher, Margaret, 1982-1983
Box 128
Title IX [nine], 1979-1984
(4 folders)
Box 128
Triangle Center for Voluntary Action, Inc. (TCVA), 1971-1972
Box 128
Triangle J Council of Governments, 1972
Box 128
Triangle J Council of Governments, 1979-1984
(3 folders)
Box 128
Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Inc. (TUCASI), 1976-1985
Box 128
Triangle Universities Computation Center, 1965-1983
Box 128
Triangle Universities Consortium on Air Pollution, 1969-1974
Box 128
Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, 1972
Box 128
Triangle World Affairs Center, 1978-1979
Box 128
Trinity College Teaching Consultant. Pelham Wilder, 1983
Box 128
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. Restructuring Undergraduate Education, 1967-1972
Box 128
Trustees, Board of. [TS personal file?]
Box 128
Trustees. Agenda [items], 1980-1984
Box 128
Trustees. Appointments, [1970-1984] [correspondence, terms, election results, lists, etc.]
Box 128
Trustees. Bylaws [of the University, 1970] (Confidential)
Box 128
Trustees. Dinners for
Box 129
Trustees. Executive Committee, 1970-1976
Box 129
Trustees. Executive Committee, 1978-1980
Box 129
Trustees. Executive Committee. Chancellor Pye's Report on the Financing of Intercollegiate Athletics. [1973?]
Box 129
Trustees. General correspondence, 1970-1983
(4 folders)
Box 129
Trustees. Knight, Douglas M., last days at Duke, 1966-1969
Box 129
Trustees. Manual for
Box 129
Trustees. Marshall, Roger. Secretary
Box 129
Trustees. Nominations, 1982-1985
(4 folders)
Box 129
Trustees. Powell, Rufus, Secretary
Box 129
Trustees. President's Mailings to
Box 129
Trustees. President's Report to, 1968-1972
Box 129
Trustees. President's Report to, 1970
Box 129
Trustees. President's Report to, 1972
Box 129
Trustees. President's Report to, 1975
Box 130
Trustees. President's Report to, 1977
Box 130
Trustees. President's Report to, 1981
Box 130
Trustees. President's Report to, 1984
Box 130
Trustees. President's Report to, 1985
Box 130
Trustees, Student / young, selection of
Box 130
Trustees. Report of the Special Committee on the Functions and Organization of the Board of Trustees, December, 1969
Box 130
Trustees: Baugh, P.J.
Box 130
Trustees: Bays, Carl
Box 130
Trustees: Benenson, Edward H. [see also Benenson - Awards]
Box 130
Trustees: Boulware, C.E.
Box 130
Trustees: Brian, Blanche, (Mrs. Earl W.)
Box 130
Trustees: Brown, Werner C.
Box 130
Trustees: Cannon, William R., 1970-1972
Box 130
Trustees: Caudle, Lloyd C.
Box 130
Trustees: Cook, Samuel DuBois
Box 130
Trustees: Cooper, Alyse Smith (Mrs. Wilbur N.)
Box 130
Trustees: Craven, James Braxton, Jr., Judge
Box 130
Trustees: Cuninggim, Merrimon
Box 130
Trustees: Dale, Kathleen and Francis (Frank)
Box 130
Trustees: Davis, Walter[see also Davis, and G & G]
Box 130
Trustees: Deane, Disque D.
Box 130
Trustees: deButts, John
Box 130
Trustees: Dole, Elizabeth Hanford
Box 130
Trustees: Donnell, Edward S.
Box 130
Trustees: Drill, Isobel Craven
Box 130
Trustees: Duke, Anthony Drexel
Box 130
Trustees: Edgerton, N. Edward
Box 130
Trustees: Espy, Sally Kleberg
Box 130
Trustees: Faircloth, Nancy Bryan
Box 130
Trustees: Finch, Thomas A., 1971-1983
Box 130
Trustees: Forlines, John A., Jr.
Box 130
Trustees: Fuqua, J.B.
Box 130
Trustees: Garrett, Nathan F.
Box 130
Trustees: Goodson, W. Kenneth
Box 130
Trustees: Hanes, P. Huber, Jr., 1954-1973
Box 130
Trustees: Hanks, Nancy
Box 130
Trustees: Hardesty, C. Howard, Jr.
Box 130
Trustees: Hardin, Paul, 1970-1974
Box 130
Trustees: Harris, Margaret (Mrs. R. Kennedy)
Box 130
Trustees: Harriss, J. Welch
Box 130
Trustees: Hart, Milledge (Mitch)
Box 130
Trustees: Hillman, Jennifer
Box 130
Trustees: Hoadley, Walter E., 1970-1973
Box 131
Trustees: Holloway, Benjamin D.
Box 131
Trustees: Horne, Josh
Box 131
Trustees: Houck, C.B.
Box 131
Trustees: Hudson, Fitzgerald S.
Box 131
Trustees: Hunt, Alfred M.
Box 131
Trustees: Ives, Page H.
Box 131
Trustees: Ivey, George M. and Ivey, Groves (Mrs. George M.)
Box 131
Trustees: Jones, Edwin L.
(3 folders)
Box 131
Trustees: Kearns, Amos
Box 131
Trustees: Keesee, Thomas
Box 131
Trustees: Kirby, Wallace H.
Box 131
Trustees: Knowles, John H., M.D.
Box 131
Trustees: Kurzweil, Jeff
Box 131
Trustees: Lane, William A., Jr.
Box 131
Trustees: Lumiansky, Robert M.
Box 131
Trustees: Maisel, David R.
Box 131
Trustees: McGhee, George C.
Box 131
Trustees: McMahon, John Alexander [Chairman]
(3 folders)
Box 131
Trustees: Miller, Ben N.
Box 131
Trustees: Moore, John Kevin
Box 131
Trustees: Muller, William H., Jr., M.D.
Box 131
Trustees: Murphy, Charles S.
Box 131
Trustees: Nasher, Raymond D.
Box 131
Trustees: Nease, Edgar H.
Box 131
Trustees: Osteen, E. Powell, Jr.
Box 131
Trustees: Perkins, Thomas L. [Duke Endowment]
Box 131
Trustees: Perry, Clifford W.
Box 131
Trustees: Pickens, Marshall I.
Box 131
Trustees: Pinnix, Robert H.
Box 131
Trustees: Pratt, Edmund T.
Box 131
Trustees: Rausch, Henry E.
Box 131
Trustees: Reid, Elizabeth Brooks
Box 131
Trustees: Rhyne, Charles S.
Box 131
Trustees: Robinson, Frederick (Rick)
Box 131
Trustees: Schaefer, Norb F.
Box 131
Trustees: Semans, Mary Duke Biddle Trent
Box 131
Trustees: Sherrill, Frank O.
Box 131
Trustees: Simpson, Dorothy L.
Box 131
Trustees: Smith, J. Raymond
Box 131
Trustees: Sorley, Kathleen
Box 131
Trustees: Southgate, Thomas F., Jr.
Box 131
Trustees: Stern, Kay Goodman, Mrs. Sidney J.
Box 131
Trustees: Stockton, Thomas B.
Box 131
Trustees: Tannenbaum, Jack and Lea
Box 131
Trustees: Temple, Arthur
Box 131
Trustees: Thigpen, Richard E., Sr.
Box 131
Trustees: Tift, Susan E.
Box 131
Trustees: Tisdale, Wright
Box 131
Trustees: Towe, Kenneth C.
Box 132
Trustees: Upchurch, Walter M., Jr.
Box 132
Trustees: Von Canon, Fred
Box 132
Trustees: Wade, Charles B., 1966-1985
(4 folders)
Box 132
Trustees: Wallace, George R.
Box 132
Trustees: Weeks, K.D.
Box 132
Trustees: Weldon, Wilson
Box 132
Trustees: Wester, Thaddeus B.
Box 132
Trustees: Westmoreland, Timothy M.
Box 132
Trustees: Whitehead, Edwin C.
Box 132
Trustees: Williams, L. Neil
Box 132
Trustees: Womble, Bunyan Snipes
Box 132
Tuition study, 1984
Box 132
Tuition, 1964-1967, Woman's College Board Rate
Box 132
Tuition, 1964-1968
Box 132
Tuition, 1968-1969 Increase
Box 132
Tuition, 1970-1973: Board, room rent, etc.
Box 132
Tuition, 1971-1974. Deferred plan
Box 132
Tuition, 1977-
Box 132
Turkey. Bulent Ecevit visit to Duke, 1976
Box 132
U Thant, 1971-1972
Box 132
U. General correspondence, 1970-1975, 1979-1980, 1983-1985
(6 folders)
Box 132
Unanswered, 1970-1979
Box 132
Unanswered, 1980-1985
(10 folders)
Box 133
Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program, 1970-1974
Box 133
Uniform Management of Institutional Funds Act, 1983-1984
Box 133
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, [1970-1985]
Box 133
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cancer Conference, 1974
Box 133
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. USSR-USA International Track and Field Meet, 1974.
Box 133
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Visit of Russian young political leaders, [1972]
Box 133
Unions, [ 1970-1971. National Labor Relations Board cases # 11-RC-3234&#11-RC-3251. Duke University and AFSCME; Duke
Box 134
University and NUHNHE.]
Box 134
Unions, [1970-1983]
Box 134
Unions, [1974-1981]
Box 134
Unions. Volume I. Union Campaign, 1979
(3 folders)
Box 134
Unions. Volume II. Union Campaign, 1979
(3 folders)
Box 134
United Fund / United Way, 1970-1983
Box 134
United Nations Association, Durham Chapter, [1970]
Box 134
United Nations Association, [1970-1976]
Box 134
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), [1980-1982]
Box 134
United Nations University, 1975-1980
Box 134
United Negro College Fund, [1982-1983]
Box 134
United States. Dept. of Defense, [ 1970-1985. Includes materials pertaining to Air Force, Army, and Navy.]
Box 134
United States. Dept. of Defense. Security Clearances, [1972-1981]
Box 134
United States. Dept. of Education, 1979-1985
Box 134
United States. Dept. of Energy, 1979
Box 134
United States. Dept. of Health and Human Services, [1981-1983]
Box 134
United States Ship Monitor, 1973-1978
Box 135
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1970-1981
(11 folders)
Box 135
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. U.S. Public Health Service. Assurance of Compliance, 1976-1978
Box 135
United States. Dept. of Labor, 1974-1983
Box 135
United States. Dept. of State, 1971-1980
Box 135
United States. Dept. of Transportation
Box 135
United States. Dept. of the Treasury,&Internal Revenue Service
Box 135
United States. Environmental Protection Agency, 1977-1982
Box 135
United States. Miscellaneous Government Agencies, 1966-
Box 135
Universities Council on Water Resources, [1982-1985]
Box 135
Universities Research Association, [Inc. and FermiLab, 1970-1984]
Box 135
University Center (proposed), 1973-
Box 135
University Center. Jospeh M. and Kathleen Bryan. [see also Buildings - Bryan UC]
Box 135
University Center. Letters, pledge cards, brochures
Box 135
University Center. [correspondence], 1976-1979
Box 135
University Computing and Data Processing, [1980-1982]. Mel Ray, Vice-chancellor
Box 136
University Counsel, 1974-1985 (3f) [Eugene McDonald]
Box 136
University Marshal, [1970-1985]. Pelham Wilder. Jane Philpott. Otto Meier.
Box 136
University Relations. Bill Green
(9 folders)
Box 136
University, Role of the
Box 136
V. General correspondence, 1970-1985
(3 folders)
Box 136
Vick, Paul
Box 136
Vietnam - Cambodia Moratorium [Determined to be missing, April 2013]
Box 136
Volunteer Services Bureau of Durham, Inc., 1972-1984
Box 136
W. General Correspondence, 1970-1985
(15 folders)
Box 137
Wage and Salary. see Human Resources
Box 137
Wakeman Award Dinner, 1976
Box 137
Walking guide [to Duke University], 1976-1977 [Stones, Bricks, and Faces, by Marguerite Schumann]
Box 137
Warnborough House [College, Oxford, England], 1973-1975
Box 137
Wedge Plantation [McClellanville, S.C., 1978-1979]
Box 137
Werber, William, [1969-1985]
(4 folders)
Box 137
White House Conference on Productivity, 1983
Box 137
Whitehead Medical Research Institute, 1973-1982
(9 folders)
Box 138
Whitehead Medical Research Institute. Potential Directorship Candidates, 1976 [RESTRICTED]
(4 folders)
Box 138
Williams, Mary Lou, Center for Black Culture, 1983
Box 138
Wilson, Henry Hall, 1970-1980
Box 138
Woman's College, 1967-1971
Box 138
Women, 1972-1985
(6 folders)
Box 139
Women, the University and
Box 139
Women. Equal Rights
Box 139
Woodhall, Barnes, M.D., Statesmen in Medicine Award, 1971
Box 139
Woodrow Wilson School, [1970]
Box 139
World Communications Year, 1983-1984
(3 folders)
Box 139
Writing Program, 1976-1979
Box 139
Xerox [Corporation], 1971-1972, 1977
Box 139
Y. General correspondence, 1970-1985
Box 139
Yale University Study of Officer Compensation, 1981
Box 139
Yearbook, 1970. Letter to Alumni, Answered
Box 139
Yearbook, 1970. Letter to Alumni, Unanswered.
Box 139
Yearbook, 1971
Box 139
Z. General correspondence, 1970-1985
Box 139
Zeidman Memorial Program of Chinese Studies, [ 1983-1984, Sidwell Friends School, Washington, D.C.]
Box 139
Referral logs, 1970-1985, and cross-reference and filing information, 1970-1977 (15 folders)
Box 140
Student Cases, 1970-1985 [RESTRICTED] This material was destroyed, per policy, June 2011.
Box 141

Subseries 1.2. Speeches, 1970-1985.

5.0 ln. ft (about 150 items)

Arrangement: Chronological.

Speeches and statements of Terry Sanford during his tenure as Duke President. The records include commencement addresses at Duke and other institutions, and speeches at faculty meetings, ceremonies, and other functions. One box of chronological letters from 1970-1975 includes copies of "The President's Letter," a periodic message from Sanford to the Duke community concerning events of concern to the university. Included among these is a May 20, 1975 letter informing the university of his upcoming announcement to run for the Democratic Party's nomination for President of the United States. Other "President's Letters" include correspondence to faculty and incoming freshmen.

YDC-Proposed Resolution (poll tax, equal Opportunity, voting rights, etc…)
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Schizophrenic University
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Engagements/Speeches, 1950-1958
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Why we should Select a Democratic President this Year," Robeson County, 1952
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Western North Carolina Annual Conference, Winston-Salem, September 21, 1956
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Speech to Woman's Club, Fuquay Springs, February 10, 1958
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Governor of NC, 1961
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Daniels Family Reunion, Wanchese, NC, August 19, 1961
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Education-The Only Path to Progress," Methodist College, Fayetteville, NC, November, 15, 1962
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Oslerizing Higher Education, NC Press Association, January 22, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"New Day Begun," Shaw University, March 9, 1970.
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Speech dedicating Perkins Library, April 5, 1970.
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
To North Carolina High School Counselors, April 30, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Two-Way Traffic Ahead," Durham Lions Club, May 6, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Separation, Not Separatism," United Methodist Western Conference, Lake Junaluska, June 12, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
News Conference on Financing Higher Education, September 14, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"To the Past, to the Future," Founders Day at UNC-G, October 5, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"This Kind of University," Inauguration as President of Duke, October 18, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Time to Change Gears," To the American Council on Education, October 9, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Statement on State Aid to Private Colleges, NC Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, Winston-Salem, NC, November 3, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Beyond Sectionalism," Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 75th Anniversary, Atlanta, GA, November 30, 1970
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Wholeness of the Human Problem," Pittsburg Regional Planning Association, January 26, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Crisis in Educational Leadership: A Dangerous Opportunity," National Academy for School Executives, Atlantic City, NJ, February 20, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Changing Climate in Higher Education" to ACPRA, Williamsburg, VA, March 30, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Making the World Safe for Differences," Phi Beta Kappa, April 15, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
To the LQC Lamar Society, Concept of Regional Planning for the South, Atlanta, GA, April 30, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"After Vietnam: A New US Foreign Policy Commencement," Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City, TN, May 28, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"After Vietnam: A New US Foreign Policy," Southwestern at Memphis Commencement, May 31, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Statement to Committees on Higher Education, State of NC General Assembly, Raleigh, September 15, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Southern Regional Growth Policies Board, Durham, NC, October 3, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Road to Attica," New Hampshire Social Welfare Council, October 6, 1971
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Speeches, Statements, Media Coverage, 1972-1976
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Look Away, Look Away," New Orleans, LA, March 5, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Presidential Campaign 1972, Durham, March 8, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Young Men's Business Club, 26th Annual man of the year Banquet, Birmingham, AL, April 11, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Three Dimensional Planning," Carolinas Council, Housing Redevelopment and Codes Officials, Asheville, NC, April 3, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Educational Amendments of 1972," On S_659, Washington, DC, May 24, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Goals: A Revised Edition," Southern Regional Education Board, White Sulphur Springs, WV, May 29, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
To the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment, New Orleans, June 12, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"A Humanitarian Imperative," Rider College Commencement, Trenton, NJ, September 10, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Luxury of Doing Good," National Congress of Christians and Jews, Chicago, IL, November 29, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Democratic Charter Commission, Kansas City, December, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Vision of Greatness," to the Duke University National Council, December 9, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Hold Fast what is Good," Founders' Day, Duke, December 10, 1972
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"E Pluribus Plures," National Council of Independent Colleges and Universities, San Francisco, January 14, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Wide Spaces, Wider Visions," Texas Christian University, January 25, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Psyching Up for 76," Executive Club, Chicago, February 2, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
National Urban League, Columbia, SC, May 15, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
ITT Executive Conference, Boca Raton, FL, May 23, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
National Democratic Women, Washington, DC, May 26, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
To the Governors' Conference on Education, Jackson, Mississippi, September 11, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Culture of the Heart," Inauguration of Underwood as President of Bethany College, Bethany, WV, September 12, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"More than Money," Southeastern Council on Foundations, Callaway Gardens, GA, November 11, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Distrust No Way to Run the Country," Columbia, SC, November 27, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Energy and the Christmas Tree," to the Students, November 28, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
Sandhills Community College, December 4, 1973
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Foundations: Their Role in Our American Pluralistic System," 1974
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The But-Maybe Syndrome," Durham, Jaycees, January 8, 1974
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"The Right and Duty," to the Governors' Conference on Education, Columbia, SC, January 30, 1974
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
"Improvement of Medical Services," Rockingham, NC, February 6, 1974
Box 142 (Speeches/Statements)
(Speeches/Statements)
Box 143
"All One Bed," India Association, Raleigh, February 10, 1974
Box 143
"Agony into Song," McMurry College, Abilen, TX, February 12, 1974
Box 143
Rotary Club, March 8, 1974
Box 143
"Thrift and the Alphabet," United Negro College Fund, Atlanta, GA, National Spring Conference, March 1974
Box 143
Association of Private Colleges and Universities, Atlanta, March 25, 1974
Box 143
Leadership for Education, CSSO Conference, Pinehurst, NC, March 31-April 3, 1974
Box 143
To New Hampshire Democrats, April 20, 1974
Box 143
"Beyond Borders," Drew University Commencement, Madison, NJ, May 25, 1974
Box 143
Analysis and Evaluation of Reports on Self-Study by Boston University School of Theology's Task Force, Drew University, May 25, 1974
Box 143
"States and their Future Agenda," Seattle, WA, June 5, 1974
Box 143
"For this We Sent You to College," for the American Public Relations Association, Atlanta, July 10, 1974
Box 143
Democratic Charter Commission, Kansas City, August 16, 1974
Box 143
State Legislative Potential, Vermillion, SD, September 13, 1974
Box 143
Recovery (A Response to the Summit) for Haverford College, October 8, 1974 [not delivered]
Box 143
Glade Valley School, October 27, 1974
Box 143
Methodist Council of Bishops, Asheville/Lake Junaluska, NC, November 11-14, 1974
Box 143
"Educating the Public about Health," Chicago, IL, November 14, 1974
Box 143
Interview with Terry Sanford, November 16, 1974
Box 143
"Meet the Press," NBC, December 1, 1974
Box 143
Interview with Sanford by News Service after 5 years as President of Duke, December 15, 1974
Box 143
"Détente is a Simple Noun," National Women's Democratic Club, Washington, February 6, 1975
Box 143
Johns Hopkins Convocation, February 21, 1975
Box 143
Georgia Association of Educators, April 4, 1975
Box 143
"'Self'-Importance in America," Ferrum College Founders Day, April 8, 1975
Box 143
"To Reinstate the American Revolution," National Press Club, May 29, 1975
Box 143
"Urban Revival," Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, June 15, 1975
Box 143
Statement on Strengthening Black Studies Program, August 27, 1975
Box 143
Dedication of Mary Duke Biddle Music Building, October 17-21, 1975
Box 143
For the Association and Corporate Growth Employees Stock Ownership Plans, New York, November 17, 1975
Box 143
Speeches-Statements-Media Coverage, 1975-1976. Includes Eric Severied Statement, CBS January 27, 1976
Box 143
North Carolina Juvenile Correction Association, January 30, 1976
Box 143
"Vision of Trustees: Higher Education and National Priorities,"Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, Albuquerque, NM, April 25, 1976
Box 143
UNC-TV, "How it Happened" (FOUNT Spring Conference), Chapel Hill, May 1, 1976 Commencement at Duke, May 9, 1976
Box 143
"What we Owe Our Students for Association of Governing Boards," May/June 1976
Box 143
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Durham, NC, June 1, 1976
Box 143
The Quality of Life- Duke Alumni Summer Institute, Our Government and How We Live, June 14, 1976
Box 143
CASE Annual Assembly, Washington, DC, July 15, 1976
Box 143
Advisory Council of Presidents, Chapel Hill, August 6, 1976
Box 143
"Peril's of State's Neglecting Students at Private Colleges," September 16, 1976
Box 143
"Leadership in Higher Education," American Council on Higher Education, New Orleans, October 7, 1976
Box 143
University Center Ground Breaking, December 10, 1976
Box 143
"Laurinburg!" Centennial Celebration, February 12, 1977
Box 143
On the Role and Scope of the Trustees Council for Independent Higher Education, Raleigh, February 22, 1977
Box 143
"The Civic Genius of Our People," Greater Charlotte Foundation, April 18, 1977
Box 143
On Public Support of Private Higher Education, to the Joint House and Senate Higher Education Committee, May 10, 1977
Box 143
"Where there is No Vision," Salem College Commencement, May 22, 1977
Box 143
Dilworth Rotary Club, Charlotte, NC, November 11, 1977
Box 143
Dedication of the Charles Albert Cannon Memorial Library, Concord, NC, November 20, 1977
Box 143
"Close Encounters of the Three Institutions: Government, Education, and Business," ITT Meeting, January 18, 1978
Box 143
"The South Today: An Overture to the 1980's," American Surgical Association, January 21, 1978
Box 143
"Place of the Corporation in Society," The Conference Board Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, January 29, 1978
Box 143
"Social Responsibility and the Preservation of Freedom," YMCA, Charlotte, NC, February 6, 1978
Box 143
Sanford as Chairman of the Board of NCAICU to the Joint House and Senate Committee to Study Private Colleges Assistant Programs, Raleigh, February 21, 1978
Box 143
To Raleigh Kiwanis Club, March 10, 1978
Box 143
"The South Today: An Overture to the 1980's," John Deere and Co., Moline, IL, March 16, 1978
Box 143
"The Responsibility of the CEO in the Private Non-Profit Sector," The Conference Board, New York, April 12, 1978
Box 143
"Corporate Public Service: Contending with Rising Expectations," April 12, 1978
Box 143
Fayetteville Museum of Art, May 4, 1978
Box 143
Honor Code at Duke, August 31, 1978
Box 143
"Seeing with the Eyes of Prophets," Duquesne University, October 4, 1978
Box 143
Erasmus Club, October 9, 1978
Box 143
"A Time for Renewal: The Intellectual Community that is Duke," President's Address to the Faculty, October 19, 1978
Box 143
"Durham First," Durham Civitan Speech, October 27, 1978
Box 143
Dental Foundation of North Carolina, December 1, 1978
Box 143
Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man Board of Trustees, December 6, 1978
Box 143
"The Arts and the People: Vital Encounters," New York ACUCAA, December 18, 1978
Box 143
(Speeches/Statements)
Box 144
"What does the Future Hold for the Volunteer Sector?" Charlotte United Community Service Organ, February 22, 1979
Box 144
"The Uses of Liberal Education," Commencement, May 6, 1979
Box 144
"The Ecumenical and Educational Challenge of the National Congress," June 21, 1979
Box 144
Christ School, Arden, NC, October 27, 1979
Box 144
"Where We Are and the Washington Meeting," National Congress of Church Related Colleges and Universities, February 1, 1980
Box 144
To the State of NC Advisory Budget Commission, February 29, 1980
Box 144
Dr. J.B. Rhine Memorial Service, March 22, 1980
Box 144
Durham United Way Kick-Off Luncheon, September 15, 1980
Box 144
President's Address to the Annual Faculty Meeting, October 30, 1980
Box 144
Berry College Commencement, November 23, 1980
Box 144
AAU Conference of US and UK University Heads, University of California at San Diego, January 4-6, 1981
Box 144
Durham Management Club, January 20, 1981
Box 144
Junior Chamber of Commerce, January 27, 1981
Box 144
Annual President's Review of Navy and Air Force ROTC Units, April 16, 1981
Box 144
United Methodist Men of the Western North Carolina Conference, May 2, 1981
Box 144
"The Uses of a Liberal Education," Methodist College Commencement, May 3, 1981
Box 144
"Is Durham and All America City?" Durham Kiwanis Club, July 30, 1981
Box 144
Education Commission of the States, Boston, August 28, 1981
Box 144
"The University and Technology: New Paths and New Perspectives," Licensing Executives Society, Atlanta, September 17, 1981
Box 144
"Duke and Durham: Growing Together," Durham Rotary Club, January 25, 1982
Box 144
Shady Side Academy, Pittsburg, January 27, 1982
Box 144
Mary Lou Williams Memorial Service, Duke Chapel, January 31, 1982
Box 144
Induction Ceremonies, Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society of Nursing, March 27, 1982
Box 144
A Tribute to Ben Powell, Dedication of the Benjamin E. Powell Memorial Room at Durham County Library, April 22, 1982
Box 144
At Trinity United Methodist Church, April 25, 1982
Box 144
Dr. Aleksander Vesic Funeral Service, May 5, 1982
Box 144
"The Road Not Taken," Dillard University Commencement, May 17, 1982
Box 144
"People, Too," Commencement NC School of the Arts, May 29, 1982
Box 144
"President Reagan's New Federalism," Forum Club of the Palm Beaches, June 17, 1982
Box 144
Southern Growth Policies Board, June 2, 1982
Box 144
President's Annual Faculty Address, October 28, 1982
Box 144
Dean Jameson Jones Memorial Service, July 21, 1982
Box 144
Nancy Hanks Memorial Service, February 25, 1983
Box 144
Cape Fear Council of Boy Scouts Eagle Banquet, Wilmington, NC, March 4, 1983
Box 144
"Is America a Leader?" Emory University, May 16, 1983
Box 144
"Durham: A National Leader in Education," Durham Lions Club, July 13, 1983
Box 144
"Bringing the Fertile Field to a Rich Harvest," July 14, 1983
Box 144
At Duke Memorial Methodist Church, October 16, 1983
Box 144
President's Address to the Faculty, October 27, 1983
Box 144
Education Commission of the States, December 2, 1983
Box 144
Sandhills Community College, December 2, 1983
Box 144
50th- Anniversary Governing Board Meeting, December 5, 1983
Box 144
"On Doing the Right Thing," December 15, 1983
Box 144
Carteret County Chamber of Commerce, March 22, 1984
Box 144
Fayetteville Area Health Education Foundation, June 1984
Box 144
Charles A. Duke's Memorial Service, December 9, 1984
Box 144
University of Maryland Commencement, December 21, 1984
Box 144
"Outrageous Ambitions," To Annual Faculty Meeting, October 25, 1984
Box 144
To Democratic Congressmen and Senators re Chairmanship of the DNC, January 29, 1985
Box 144
To the Third World Convocation, February 13, 1985
Box 144
To Human Relations Commission Banquet, February 26, 1985
Box 144
Presbyterian College Commencement, May 12, 1985
Box 144
Letters
Box 145
War in Indochina, May 13, 1970
Box 145
Yearbook, July 8, 1970
Box 145
To the Publications Board, Re: Vulgarity, July 9, 1970
Box 145
On Athletics, August 11, 1970
Box 145
Handbook, September 17, 1970
Box 145
University Matters, October 16, 1970
Box 145
Labor Unions, October 26, 1970
Box 145
Calendar, December 14, 1970
Box 145
Tuition, January 11, 1971
Box 145
Academic Calendar, January 18, 1971
Box 145
Drug Policy, February 22, 1971
Box 145
ASDU Letter-Fleishman Announcement, February 25, 1971
Box 145
Residential Life Committee, March 8, 1971
Box 145
To Students and Parents on Dormitory Visitation, April 20, 1971
Box 145
Pye Resignation; Honorary Degrees; Commencement, May 3, 1971
Box 145
ROTC, September 3, 1971
Box 145
Fringe Benefits, September 8, 1971
Box 145
Invitation by Faculty to Freshmen, September 20, 1971
Box 145
Planning Committee, October 21, 1971
Box 145
Visitation and Campus Community Council Proposal, November 11, 1971
Box 145
Affirmative Action, January 1, 1972
Box 145
Planning Committee, January 7, 1972
Box 145
National Labor Relations Board Election (Union), January 21, 1972
Box 145
Social Regulations, March 3, 1972
Box 145
Archivist for Duke, April 10, 1972
Box 145
Tuition Increase, June 12, 1972
Box 145
Bob Entman Political Study, July 1972
Box 145
David Ross Appointed to Head Capital Campaign, August 24, 1972
Box 145
Planning Report; Archivist; History of Duke, October 12, 1972
Box 145
Financial Aid; Phi Beta Kappa; Art Museum; International Scholars, May 1973
Box 145
Archives, May 1973
Box 145
Hospital North and Capital Funds Campaign, May 22, 1973
Box 145
Epoch Campaign, September 27, 1973
Box 145
Report to the Faculty, October 25, 1973
Box 145
On Financial Status of Duke, October 25, 1973
Box 145
Ways to Improve Duke, November 6, 1973
Box 145
To Alumni (Enclosing copy of NY Times Supplement), January 1974
Box 145
Whitehead Institute, July 10, 1974
Box 145
"House Organ" proposal, request to other colleges for information about their in-house publication, September 11, 1974
Box 145
To Alumni September 13, 1974
Box 145
To High School Juniors, October 18, 1974
Box 145
President's Letter, February 27, 1975
Box 145
Fiftieth Anniversary of Duke, March 6, 1975
Box 145
University Letter, April 18, 1975
Box 145
Presidential Candidacy, May 20, 1975
Box 145
Response to Student Petitioners, RE: ITT Corporation's Operations in Chile and South Africa, December 20, 1976
Box 145
To the Faculty, October 14, 1977
Box 145
To Alumni, June 13, 1978
Box 145
To Freshmen, July 21, 1978
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Report of Scholarly Activities (No.1) January 1979
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To the Duke Community, RE: Equal Opportunity, January 9, 1979
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Report of Scholarly Activities (No.2) February 1979
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To Undergraduate Students, RE: Conduct at Basketball Games, February 20, 1979
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To Faculty, RE: Building University Center, March 1, 1979
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To Parents of Undergraduates (Tuition Increase), March 1, 1979
Box 145
To Duke Employees, RE: Job Families, March 26, 1979
Box 145
Report of Scholarly Activities (No.3), March 1979
Box 145
New Students for New Criticism (No. 1, Duke University Letters), April 23, 1979
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To Faculty, RE: Sanford Sabbatical, April 25, 1979
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Regarding Durham Progress Group, February 3, 1980
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To Faculty, RE: University Letters, April 29, 1980
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To Freshmen, August 1980
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To Duke Students, October 25, 1980
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To Parents, RE: Tuition Increase, December 30, 1980
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To Parents, RE: Summer Educational Program, February 18, 1981
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To Freshmen, RE: University Letters, June 13, 1981
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To Freshmen, RE: Code of Honor, July 4, 1981
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To Faculty, July 27, 1981
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To Freshmen, August 4, 1981
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Nixon Papers, Letter to Students and Alumni, August 18, 1981
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Nixon Papers, Letter to Academic Council, August 19, 1981
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To Students, RE: Directions for Progress, October 25, 1981
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Tuition Letter to Parents of Undergraduates, March 5, 1982
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To Seniors, May 4, 1982
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John Hope Franklin, May 9, 1982
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Wilson, Coach Shirley (Red), TS Statement top Alumni and Friends, December 6, 1982
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Avuncular Letter to Students, January 17, 1984
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To Alumni, January 4, 1985
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To Students, February 21, 1985
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To the Class of 1986 (3 letters)
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To the Class of 1987
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On Summer Scholarship Program/Fund
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To the Class of 1988
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Subseries 1.3. Inauguration, 1970

Arrangement: Unprocessed

Series consists of items collected during the inauguration of President Terry Sanford 18 October 1970 including a planning manual, programs, speeches, flyers, news clippings, greetings from other colleges and universities, a guest book, and color photographs.

3.0 ln. ft. (about 150 items)
Box 146

This series consists of administrative records, along with some personal papers. The bulk of material runs from 1992-1997 and consists of computer disks, correspondence, faxes, journals, mailing lists, memoranda, photographs, speeches, transcripts, website printouts, writings, clippings and other printed matter. The files are organized into subject files, correspondence (1990-1998), and writings.

The records also include files on organizations to which Sanford belonged or boards on which he served. Included among these: Methodist College, Fayetteville, N.C. (Trustee); North Carolina Museum of Art (chaired Board of Trustees); Ovation, Inc. - a Fine Arts Network (Board of Directors); and the Sarah W. Stedman Center for Nutritional Studies (Board of Advisors). Some files continue and supplement material found in other series: American Dance Festival; Education Commission of the States; and Outward Bound.

Files are included on courses Sanford taught within the Public Policy Studies Department at Duke from 1993-1997, most notably a course titled "Creativity in State Government". Syllabi, handouts, lists of students, and some correspondence are included. These files contain student identifiable data, and are subject to federal privacy legislation.

The records show Sanford's continued interest in and opinions on various issues, including political ones. Examples include the Nicaraguan Canal project, poverty, and racism. Within the Racism file is a 1997 memo from Sanford to John Hope Franklin, Professor Emeritus of History at Duke University and chair of President Clinton's National Advisory Panel on Race, outlining his plans to begin an association to help promote improved race relations. Sanford mentioned "National Good Neighbor Council" as a possible title.

Sanford's day-to-day activities during the 1990s are documented throughout these files. Folders labeled "Journal" contain loose-leaf paper with daily appointments and schedules detailing meetings, dinners, travel plans, and leisure activities. Often, Sanford would write notes on the particular meeting/event (wrote before and/or after). In 1993 Sanford kept a bound journal for a week in February. Other files documenting Sanford's daily activities include folders of telephone messages and two rolodexes of addresses and business cards.

Other significant records include Sanford's Cyber Bookstore project. This was intended to create a means of purchasing publications over the World Wide Web similar to the Amazon.com. There are also reports, drafts, and proposals from the Ethics Review Commission of the United States Senate, 1993-1994, and files on his support for the Airborne and Special Operations Museum project in Fayetteville, N.C.

Correspondents include President Bill Clinton, to whom Sanford voiced his opinion or expressed his support; and Howard Covington, Sanford's biographer. Sanford sent Covington thoughts or remembrances that he felt should be included in the biography, or he would write in response to Covington's questions. Among the recollections include a detailed account of Sanford's decision to endorse John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign.

Two of the three boxes of writings consist of hand-written and typed drafts, research notes, a synopsis, and bibliographical material for Sanford's unfinished historical novel, Top of the World. Sanford worked on the novel from 1994-1998 and drafts of the first six chapters at the time of his death are included. According to an article in the Raleigh News and Observer (Jan. 10, 1994, p.3-A), Sanford did not think it would be completed until the 21st century. The third box contains drafts, notes, and additional material on three Sanford manuscripts. They include the unfinished works "The Lasting Lyndon" (1991) on the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, and "Out of the Valley," (1975), surveying public policies; Sanford referred to the latter work as "an autobiographical political platform". The file also includes the manuscript of Outlive Your Enemies: (Commack, N.Y.: Nova Sciences Publishers, 1996), Sanford's study on aging and growing old gracefully.

A final box labeled "Miscellaneous" contains primarily Democratic Party-related material from the 1980s and a note to incorporate them into the records.

The personal and political papers of Terry Sanford consist of correspondence, memoranda, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, reference material, printed matter, audiotapes, audiocassettes, videocassettes, and a scrapbook that document his personal and public life. Also present are correspondence, memoranda, clippings, speeches, statements, drafts, press releases, and printed matter documenting Terry Sanford's campaigns for the Democratic nomination for President in 1972 and 1976. Records documenting Sanford's study of the future role of state governments in society and in the federal system are present as is material concerning the Legislative Library Project. Sanford's work with the Democratic Charter Commission is also included.

The personal and political papers of Terry Sanford consist of correspondence, memoranda, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, reference material, printed matter, audiotapes, audiocassettes, videocassettes, and a scrapbook. The bulk were acquired from Sanford's house in Durham, N.C., and he apparently kept them close by for reference purposes for much of his career. Some folders appear to have been removed from his records as Duke President.

The papers primarily contain the files of organizations to which Sanford belonged or boards on which he served. These included the Foreign Study League (advisory council); Citizens Committee for Government Reorganization (co-chairman); the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (chaired N.C. Committee); the National Municipal League/Citizens' Forum on Self Government (multiple offices including President); the National Public Affairs Center for Television (Board of Directors); the National Recreation and Park Association; National Urban League; Outward Bound; Shaw University (Trustee); the Soul City project; Southern Regional Growth Board; Robert Taft Institute of Government (Trustee); Children's Television Workshop; and Urban America, Inc. (Trustee).

Also included are records from Sanford's political career and interests. Among these are records from his tenure as N.C. Governor, including files on race relations, reports, and correspondence; the 1960 Gubernatorial campaign; speeches and drafts; clippings and printed material; surveys of political climate and polls; the 1954 Senatorial Campaign (campaign manager for W. Kerr Scott); his support of Fritz Hollings' 1983-1984 Presidential Nomination; and correspondence with the N.C. Young Democrats, 1965-1968. Of particular note is a 1977 confidential memo that Sanford typed for his records recounting President Carter's request that Sanford accept the position of Ambassador to France. Other correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy.

Boxes 179-185 are unprocessed and are closed pending processing.

Boxes 180-185 include correspondence, diaries, audiotapes, transcript, printed materials, and other personal papers acquired by the authors of Terry Sanford: Politics, Progress, and Outrageous Ambitions (Durham: DU Press, 1999) from Terry Sanford. Subjects include youth, military service and early political career, presidential nomination campaign papers, transcripts of interviews Sanford conducted with his mother, President's appointment book, transcripts of speeches at roasts, Covington-Ellis interviews with Sanford, as well, as his friends and acquaintances.

Academic Freedom - Speaker Ban Law [1965-1966]
Box 166
Airborne, Five Hundred and Seventeenth
Box 166
Beyle, Thad
Box 166
Carneigie Commission on Public Television and Subsequent Legislation
Box 166
Carter, President Jimmy
Box 166
Center for Democratic Policy [1981]
Box 166
Center for National Policy [1981]
Box 166
Citizens Committee for Government Reorganization 1971-1973
Box 166
Cochrane, William McW.
Box 166
Congressional Leadership for the Future
Box 166
Daniels, Jonathan
Box 166
Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Service [Mrs. Sanford]
Box 166
Democratic Policy Council
Box 166
Democrative -- National Democratic Institute for International Affairs 1984-1986
Box 166
Durham City Club
Box 166
Dykeman (Wilma) on Weatherford (W. D.) by Terry Sanford, 1966
Box 166
ESOPs/Kelso [Employee Stock Ownership Plans]
Box 166
Education, Department of -- HEW Advisory Committee on Higher Education 1967-
Box 166
Educational Television
Box 166
Elkins, Angie
Box 166
Evans, Eli
Box 166
Family Letters
Box 166
Food Tax
Box 166
Ford Foundation 1965; Carmegoe Corporation
Box 166
Ford, Gerald R.
Box 166
France
Box 166
Giannini, Vittorio by John Ehle 1974
Box 166
North Carolina Court Reform
Box 166
Governor of North Carolina -- Advancement School
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Association of the U. S. Army, Advisory Board
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Brewer.Burch/St. Hwy. Comm. Affair
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Chicago's War on Illiteracy
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Distinguished Citizen Awards
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Firemen
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Miscellaneous
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Public School Law, A Study of by Raymond Stone
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- Race Relations
Box 167
Governor of North Carolina -- School Bond Election
Box 167
Gubernatorial Campaign 1960
Box 167
Gubernatorial Campaign 1960 -- Clippings
Box 167
Gubernatorial Campaign 1960 -- Contributors
Box 167
Higher Education
Box 167
Higher Education -- North Carolina
Box 167
Higher Education, Western Interstate Commission for
Box 167
Hollings, Ernest F. (Presidential Nomination 1983-1984) [2 Folders]
Box 167
Industrial Developers Association, North Carolina
Box 167
Issues Committee 1975
Box 167
Johnson, Lyndon B. [and Mrs. Johnson]
Box 167
Juvenile Courts & Correctional Institutions, Commission on, 1955
Box 167
Randall, George 1966-1968
Box 167
Kennedy, John F.
Box 168
Lamar Society (L. Q. C.) -- State Planning
Box 168
Lamar Society (L.Q.C.)
Box 168
Miscellaneous, 1964-1969
Box 168
National Civil Service League
Box 168
National Council on Crime and Delinquency - North Carolina Council
Box 168
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1968-1969
Box 168
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1970-1972
Box 168
National Health Insurance, Committee for, 1970-1981 [2 Folders]
Box 168
National Municipal League, 1969-1975 [2 Folders]
Box 168
GWETA (Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association, Inc.)
Box 169
National Municipal League,1976-1981 [3 Folders]
Box 169
National Municipal League/Citizens Forum on Self Government, 1980-1987 [3 Folders]
Box 169
National Programming Council for Public Television
Box 169
National Public Affairs Center for Television (NPACT), 1971-1974 [merged with (Greater) Washington Educational Telecommunications Association (WETA) in 1973] [3 Folders]
Box 169
National Recreation and Park Association, 1971-1974
Box 169
Governor of North Carolina -- North Carolina Fund
Box 170
National Recreation and park Association, 1971-1977 [2 Folders]
Box 170
National urban League, 1972-1975 [5 Folders]
Box 170
North Carolina Bar Association, 1971-1978
Box 170
Outward Bound, 1966-1984 [2 Folders]
Box 170
Paul Green Foundation
Box 170
Personal
Box 171
Political -- Small Investors Act, 1978
Box 171
Political, 1968
Box 171
Political, 1968 -- Brochures from the National Convention
Box 171
Political, 1968 -- Citizens for Humphrey/Muskie - Staff
Box 171
Political, 1968 -- Citizens for Humphrey/Muskie - TS Chairman of
Box 171
Political, 1968 -- Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1968
Box 171
Political, 1968 -- Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1968 Clippings
Box 171
Political, 1968 -- McCarthy, Eugene -- Letters Urging Support for
Box 171
Political, 1970-1971 -- Referendum '70
Box 171
Political, 1974
Box 171
Princess Mother's Charities Fund of Thailand, Inc.
Box 171
Prisoners
Box 171
Professional Child Care Centers, Inc., 1971
Box 171
Salzburg Seminar
Box 171
Sanford Appreciation Dinner -- Financial Records, 1964 [2 Folders]
Box 171
Sanford Law Firm, 1970-1980
Box 171
Sanford-Jaycee Roast, 1981
Box 171
Save the Children
Box 171
St. Phillips Community Kitchen
Box 171
Terry Sanford, 1963-1980
Box 171
Terry Sanford, 1981
Box 171
Thank Yous
Box 171
Scott, Mary K.
Box 172
Scott, W. Kerr -- Senatorial Campaign 1954
Box 172
Shaw University, 1968-1976 [5 Folders]
Box 172
Soul City
Box 172
Southern Railway Syster, 1970-1977
Box 172
Southern Regional Policies Board [7 Folders]
Box 172
State Programming for the 1970s, Institute on
Box 173
Stein Library, 1970
Box 173
Swalin Book (History of North Carolina Symphony)
Box 173
Taft, Robert A. -- Institute of Government, 1969-1983 [6 Folders]
Box 173
Television -- Children's Television Workshop [2 Folders]
Box 173
Transylvania University, 1978-1980
Box 173
"Beyond the Straw Men" (Tuition support in the North Carolina Legislature)
Box 174
"Picking the President" -- Article for THE ATLANTIC, August, 1980
Box 174
"A Danger of Democracy" [3 Folders]
Box 174
"Action by States Needed" (Article for National Civic Review)
Box 174
"But What about the People?"
Box 174
Manuscript [Notes for an abandoned book on Sanford's term as Governor]
Box 174
Population Growth and North Carolina's Future (John E. Rockefeller, 3rd and Terry Sanford, 1982)
Box 174
Publications by Terry Sanford
Box 174
"Storm over the States"
Box 174
Tobacco Road article
Box 174
United Nations Association of the United States of America
Box 174
United Natons, Implications of Space Communications of the
Box 174
Unruh, Jesse M.
Box 174
Urban Action Center (States)
Box 174
Urban America, Inc. -- Merged with Urban Coalition to become National Urban Coalition, 1970
Box 174
Urban America, Inc., 1968-1970 [4 Folders]
Box 174
Vietnam -- National Citizens Committee for the Amendment to End the War
Box 174
Vietnam/Cambodia -- National Coalition for a Responsible Congress
Box 174
WRAL
Box 174
Wake Forest University
Box 174
Walltown Charitable Community Center
Box 174
War Committee, 1971
Box 174
Watauga Club
Box 174
Wheeler, John H. Foundation, Inc.
Box 174
World Affairs, North Carolina Council on
Box 174
World Peace Through Law Center
Box 174
"You can't eat magnolias"
Box 174
Young Democrats
Box 174
National Guard
Box 175
Science and government
Box 175
State finances
Box 175
Vocational rehabilitation
Box 175
Research Triangle
Box 175
Local statements
Box 175
Public welfare
Box 175
National Governors' Conference, 1966
Box 175
Governors
Box 175
Court and Bar reform
Box 175
Highway study statement
Box 175
Education: North Carolina Governor's School
Box 175
Clippings scrapbook
Box 176
Varmint dinner
Box 176
Sanford current
Box 176
New York Times supplement, 1961
Box 176
Sanford, Political, 1955
Box 176
Klutznik, Philip M.
Box 176
Teaching Council
Box 176
United Campus Ministry, 1971-
Box 176
Joint Center for Federal and Regional Studies
Box 176
Requests for photographs, autographs
Box 176
Expense reports
Box 177
Clippings
Box 177
Speeches by Sen. W. Kerr Scott, 1955-1958
Box 177
Appreciation Dinner, financial records, 1967
Box 177
Durham Jaycees Celebrity Roast of Terry Sanford, March 17, 1981. Betamax cassette.
Box 178
Nancy Hanks memorial, Feb. 25, 1983. Audiocassette.
Box 178
Hon. Terry Sanford speaks to CKEA, Richmond, Ky. (EKSC), Sept. 24, 1965. 1/4" audio tape.
Box 178
Three Little Maids from School Are We, May 29, 1970.
Box 178
Newsmaker: Terry Sanford, Nov. 17, 1967. 1/4" audio tape.
Box 178
Presidential campaign announcement, March 8, 1972. 1/4" audio tape.
Box 178
Chet Huntley talks about North Carolina (NBC) Broadcast on WPTF-Raleigh, Sept. 22, 1965. 1/4" audio tape.
Box 178
Primary night at Terry Sanford headquarters, May 6, 1972. 1/4" audio tape.
Box 178
Political Science conference, Quail Roost, May 28-29, 1965. Two 1/4" audio tapes
Box 178
Sanford inauguration (edited), Jan. 5, 1961. 1/4" audio tapes. Tape 1 and Tape 3 (Tape 2 missing)
Box 178
Sanford appreciation dinner, Dec. 4, 1964. Three 1/4" audio tapes.
Box 178
Institute on State Programming for the '70's, Feb. 15, 1967. 1/4" audio tapes. Tapes 3-6.
Box 178
11 unlabeled 1/4" audio tapes.
Box 178
Are unprocessed and are closed pending processing.
Box 179-185
Subseries 3.2. Campaign records, 1972-1976.

Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, film, speeches, statements, drafts, press releases, and printed matter documenting Terry Sanford's campaigns for the Democratic nomination for President in 1972 and 1976. The 1972 Campaign records include subjects and correspondents such as Blacks, Busing, the Democratic National Convention, Hubert Humphrey, Edmund Muskie, Richard Nixon, and George Wallace. Position files consist of speeches and statements illustrating Sanford's opinions on such issues as education, foreign policy, and tax reform. The 1976 Campaign records contain files documenting the campaign in individual states. Within these files are updates on the campaign, letters of support, suggestions by constituents, and newspaper clippings. Other records of note include his May 1975 announcement to begin the campaign and his withdrawal in January 1976.

30.2 ln. ft. (about 16,500 items)
Box 186-204
Subseries 3.3. Study of American States, 1965-1967.

Duke University sponsored a grant from the Carnegie Corporation and the Ford Foundation for a study of the future role of state governments in society and in the federal system (1965-1967). Terry Sanford directed this project. Out of his research came his book, Storm over the States (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967), which concerns the individual citizen's active involvement in government.

7.5 ln. ft. (about 5,000 items)
Box 205-210
Subseries 3.4. LEGIS 50, 1966-1980 with bulk dates 1976-1980.

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, printed matter and other material concerning the Legislative Library Project of Legis 50 / The Center for Legislative Improvement.

Formed in 1966 as the Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, the organization examined state legislatures and prepared strategies to enhance their effectiveness. Terry Sanford served on the Board of Trustees in the late 1960s and later as an honorary Board member. Initiated in 1976, the Library Project attempted to develop a series of publications addressing the history and operation of American State governments in order to raise public interest in legislative reform. Sanford chaired the project committee and was named editor-in-chief of the series. Originally, Duke University Press was to play a major role in the publication. The Library Project struggled to get off the ground due to a number of factors including decisions on authors and publication, and financial concerns. The project folded in 1980 as Legis 50 filed for bankruptcy.

Earlier material in these records, 1966-1975, consists of correspondence, memoranda, agendas, minutes, and annual reports while Sanford served on the Board of Trustees. Material from 1976-1980 concerns the Library Project and includes grant proposals and correspondence with Legis 50 staff and potential authors. Also included is a memo for the record concerning the content and importance of the files.

1.5 ln. ft. (about 500 items)
Box 211
Subseries 3.5. Democratic Charter Commission, 1972-1975.

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, drafts, proposals, printed matter, questionnaires, financial material, films, audiocassettes, and audiotapes concerning the Democratic Charter Commission, which Terry Sanford chaired. The Commission was established by the 1972 Democratic Convention to draft a charter for the Democratic Party, the first in the party's history. The Charter established national structures and guidelines for the party on issues such as leadership, membership, and education. It was approved during the midterm convention of December 1974 and went into effect in 1980.

The records, though largely unorganized, document Sanford and the Commission's efforts from 1972-1974. Includes folders on individual states, which often contain lists of delegates and material on individual state conferences or hearings (including agendas, discussions, and summaries of proceedings) held to discuss the proposed Charter. Sanford usually attended these state conferences and delivered the opening and/or closing remarks. Other material consists of Commission member lists, questionnaires on party structure and charter proposals, and Commission-related newspaper clippings. The correspondence is not foldered together, but spread throughout the records. Correspondents include President Jimmy Carter, then Governor of Georgia; Robert Strauss, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee; members of the Commission; and Democratic members of Congress.

Included among the approximately 20 original reel to reel films and audiotapes and 20 audiocassettes are session recordings from Commission conferences (in Colorado, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin); and interviews with members of the Commission for a proposed public relations project in 1974 (not completed). Most films and cassettes are labeled and in fair condition.

14.0 ln. ft. (about 12,000 items)
Box 212-222

The photographs and negatives span Sanford's career. Photographs are arranged and foldered by subject, though some subjects are vague ("people" and "political" for example). Others include: Duke University Activities, Functions; 1972 Presidential Campaign; FBI; Gubernatorial Years; and University of North Carolina Law School. Among the individuals: Jimmy Carter, Andy Griffith, J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Soviet Premier Kosygin, Carl Sandburg, Strom Thurmond, Harry S. Truman, John Wayne, and Sanford's family and friends. For additional photographs see the general photograph collection in the Duke University Archives.

The printed matter includes newspaper articles written during his tenure as President of Duke University. A majority of the articles are from the Durham newspapers and the Duke student newspaper, The Chronicle. The articles are poorly organized, though hint at a chronological arrangement. The document box contains ready reference files, again focusing primarily on his tenure at Duke. This includes copies of speeches, clippings on his inauguration, and programs for a tribute ceremony to Sanford in 1985. Other files include the Democratic Charter Commission, U.S. Senate, and other political clippings.

Could only find one box of photographic materials in January 2007.

Arrangement: Unprocessed

Closed pending processing.

Series 5. Interfiles,

1.5 ln. ft. (about 1,500 items)

This box was found during the barcoding process and was titled Interfiles. It contains folders that appear to correspond to exisiting series.

Arrangement: Unprocessed

Closed pending processing.

Series 6. Oversize and Artifacts

14.1 ln. ft. (about 1,000) items)

Series contains various artifacts including framed photos, cartoons (Nixon Library cartoon by Dwane Powell, News and Observer, August 16, 1981 Box 229) scrapbooks, photographs, honorary degrees, greetings from other colleges and universities, citations, campaign posters, and President Sanford's doctoral robe and sports jacket.

The framed photos include:

Dinner honoring Prof. Joseph J. Spengler, Jan. 1972

The Eastward Duke University Marine Lab, 1979

Great Wall of China

Duke University-Gettysburg Nestorian Expedition in Southeast Turkey, June 1982

Arrangement: Unprocessed

Closed pending processing.

Historical Note

James Terry Sanford was born August 20, 1917 in Laurinburg, N.C., the son of Cecil L. and Elizabeth Martin Sanford. He received the A.B. degree (1939) and the JD degree (1946) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After serving in the military and FBI and while practicing law in Fayetteville, N.C., Sanford embarked on a political career. He served as North Carolina State Senator from 1953 to 1954 and as United States Senator from 1986 to 1992. In 1961 he was elected Governor of North Carolina and held the office through 1965.

In December 1969 Sanford was elected President of Duke University. He assumed the office in April 1970 and held the position through June 1985. His involvement at Duke continued as President Emeritus, from 1985 to 1998, and as Professor of Public Policy, from 1992 to 1998. Terry Sanford died on April 18, 1998 and is buried in the Crypt in the Chapel at Duke University.

Sanford married Margaret Rose Knight in 1942; they had two children, Elizabeth Knight and Terry, Jr.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Records and Papers of Terry Sanford, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

Materials were transferred to the Archives at various times from the Office of the President of Duke University, the President's House at Duke University, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford, and members of his staff, his biographers, and his estate.

Processing Information

Processed by University Archives Staff

Completed April 2002

Encoded by Joshua G. McKim, April 2002

Updated by Jill Katte, October 2005

Updated by Sherrie Bowser, January 2007

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.