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Summer Session Records, 1913-2018

By Genevieve Connolly and Elizabeth Nielsen

Collection Overview

Title: Summer Session Records, 1913-2018

Predominant Dates: 1995-2015

ID: RG 270

Primary Creator: Oregon State University. Summer Session.

Extent: 6.5 cubic feet. More info below.

Arrangement: The Summer Session Records are arranged in 7 series: 1. Summer Session Catalogs, 1913-2013; 2. Reports and Surveys, 1934-2018; 3. Financial, 1986-2013; 4. Promotional Materials, 1916-2015; 5. Correspondence and Subject Files, 1952-2018; 6. Summer Term Office Photographs, 1968-1974; and 7. Microfilmed Records, 1964-1975.

Languages of Materials: English [eng]


The Summer Session Records document the operation and administration for courses and special programs and activities offered at Oregon State during the summer beginning in the 1910s. The records specifically pertain to academic courses and special programs and activities; enrollment and demographics for summer students; finances; and promotion and marketing. Summer courses were first offered at Oregon State in 1908.

Items from this collection have been digitized and are available online in Oregon Digital.

Scope and Content Notes

The Summer Session Records document the operation and administration for courses and special programs and activities offered at Oregon State during the summer beginning in the 1910s.  The records specifically pertain to academic courses and special programs and activities; enrollment and demographics for summer students; finances; and promotion and marketing.  The records reflect the evolution of summer session during a period when it became more like other academic terms and on-line course offerings reduced the necessity for students to attend on-campus courses during the summer.

Academic courses and curriculum are primarily documented in the Summer Session catalogs (Series 1), which begin with the Summer 1913 issue in this collection.  Detailed records of the Natural Resources Leadership Academy (NRLA), which offered continuing education opportunities for natural resource professionals as well as academic opportunities for Oregon State students and the long-running and popular Noon Concert Series are part of Series 5.  Summer session enrollment from the 1930s through 2000s is detailed in the reports held in Series 2.  Demographics of summer students were gathered in several surveys conducted in the 1960s and 1970s; reports of these series are also part of Series 2.  The financial operations of Summer Session are primarily represented in revenue distribution reports for the 1990s-2010s with details of funds distributed to OSU academic colleges based on enrollment and other factors.

A substantial component of these records document the extensive promotion and marketing conducted by the Summer Session administrators and staff; these include preliminary announcements, advance schedules, brochures, posters, advertisements, and other marketing materials.  Events to promote Summer Session – such as the Advisor’s Luncheon and Warm Up to Summer campus events – are documented in Series 5.  The photographs that comprise Series 6 were assembled for the purposes of promoting visiting faculty, musicians and other performers, and visiting lecturers during summer session.

Poetry written by Oregon State faculty Richard Dankleff and Roger Weaver is included in Series 7 with other submissions of poetry to be considered for publication in the 1974 Summer Session catalog.

Items from this collection have been digitized and are available online in Oregon Digital.

Biographical / Historical Notes

Summer Session was established at Oregon Agricultural College in 1908 and continues more than 110 years later.

Oregon Agricultural College offered its first summer session for teachers in 1908 and special summer field courses (for example, in mining engineering) were offered as early as 1908.  The first Summer School Announcement was published in 1909 and described the primary purpose of Summer School for Teachers as: “to provide opportunity for the teachers of the State to obtain some training in Industrial Pedagogy and related subjects”.  The preliminary announcement for the 1910 session indicated that it would be focused on public school teachers; however the final announcement issued several months later indicated that the first term of the 1910 session would be primarily for teachers and the second term would offer regular college courses.

From these early years Summer Session was intended for enrolled Oregon State students to make progress toward degrees; for high school students seeking advanced courses or preparatory courses to prepare for admission; and for continuing education, especially for teachers in the early years.  There were no admission requirements for the summer term and all students paid the same tuition (no out-of-state tuition once that was established for the regular academic year).

Beginning in the mid-1910s, special programs and tours were offered during the summer and this continues to the present; during the 1960s and 1970s, visiting faculty and lecturers were hosted on campus by the Summer Session.  The Corvallis campus was promoted as a welcoming, beautiful location to spend the summer evidenced by a 1928 promotion booklet for Summer Session that was titled Summer Study in a Vacation Setting.

Beginning in the mid-20th century, Summer Session was financially self-supporting; consequently, substantial effort was invested in marketing and promotion of Summer Session on campus and throughout the state of Oregon.  Summer offerings were referred to as “Summer Term” during the 1960s and 1970s; however, it has been primarily known as Summer Session from the 1910s through 2010s.

Summer Session had a long-time affiliation with continuing education at Oregon State and became a unit of Extended Campus (Ecampus) in 2004.  In 2018, responsibility for the management and administration of Summer Session shifted to the Office of the Registrar for the 2019 and following summer terms.

Author: Elizabeth Nielsen

Administrative Information

More Extent Information: 76 photographs; 11 boxes including 1 oversize box; 1 microfilm reel

Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.   Two folders in Series 7 may have information pertaining to specific students that is confidential.

Acquisition Note: The bulk of the materials in this collection were transferred to the Special Collections and Archives Research Center from the Summer Session Office in 2016 thru 2020; other materials were received by the former University Archives in multiple accessions between the 1970s and 2004.

Related Materials: The Registrar's Office Records (RG 053 - SG 1) include summer registration statistics for 1910-1970.   A full run of the Summer Session News is available in the History of OSU Collection (LH1 078).  The Memorabilia Collection (MC-Summer Session) includes a broad and representative selection of brochures, preliminary announcements, and other ephemeral items documenting summer offerings at Oregon State.  Some college and department records held by the Special Collections and Archives Research Center include materials documenting courses and/or special programs offered by those units during the summer.  The Carolyn Schelling Scrapbook (MSS Schelling) includes photographs and memorabilia documenting Schelling's attendance at the 1916 Summer Session.  The College Bulletins (HistOSU LD 4337 .A2) include Summer Session announcements and catalogs from 1909 through 1932.

Preferred Citation: Summer Session Records (RG 270), Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information: In 2019, Summer Session  materials that were part of several other collections were transferred to this collection.  These include paper records and 1 microfilm reel that were part of the Continuing Higher Education and Summer Term Records (RG 179); photographs assembled by the Summer Term Office that were previously described as the Summer Term Office Photographs (P 165); and the Summer Session Bulletins (PUB 003-22a) and the Summer Session News (PUB 010-21b) that were described as separate University publications.  All of these materials are now described as part of the Summer Session Records (RG 270).


Oregon State University. Summer Session.
Dankleff, Richard
Oregon Agricultural College. Summer Session.
Oregon State Agricultural College. Summer Session.
Oregon State College. Summer Session.
Oregon State University. Summer Term Office.
Weaver, Roger.

People, Places, and Topics

Oregon Agricultural College. Summer Session.
Oregon State Agricultural College. Summer Session.
Oregon State College. Summer Session.
Oregon State University--Finance.
Oregon State University--Graduate students.
Oregon State University. Summer Session.
Oregon State University. Summer Term Office.
Summer schools--Oregon--Corvallis.
Universities and colleges--Curricula--Oregon--Catalogs.
University History

Forms of Material

Film negatives.
Photographic prints.

Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Summer Session Catalogs, 1913-2013
Series 1 consists of the official course catalog for Summer Session and includes course descriptions; a schedule of classes; information about special summer programs; and lists of faculty as well as visiting staff and faculty.  The 1922 catalog is a photocopy; the series does not include catalogs for 1920 and 1921.  Beginning in the 2000s, these catalogs include limited (or no) course descriptions.  The 2005 and 2006 catalogs are exclusively class schedules and the 2007 issue is a course listing.  A summer planning guide was published beginning in 2007 as course information was available online.  A portion of the catalogs in this series have been digitized and are available online in Oregon Digital.
Box-Folder 1.1: 1913-1919
Box-Folder 1.2: 1922-1924
The 1922 issue is a photocopy.
Box-Folder 1.3: 1925-1929
Box-Folder 1.4: 1930-1934
Box-Folder 1.5: 1935-1939
Box-Folder 1.6: 1940-1944
Includes wartime courses offerings during 1943 and 1944.
Box-Folder 2.1: 1945-1949
Box-Folder 2.2: 1950-1954
Box-Folder 2.3: 1955-1959
Box-Folder 2.4: 1960-1964
Box-Folder 2.5: 1965-1969
Box-Folder 3.1: 1970-1974
The 1974 catalog includes poems and art by Oregon State faculty.
Box-Folder 3.2: 1975-1979
Box-Folder 3.3: 1980 and 1982-1984
Box-Folder 9.8: 1981
The 1981 catalog was published in tabloid-size newspaper format.
Box-Folder 4.1: 1985-1989
Box-Folder 4.2: 1990-1994
The 1993 catalog commemorated the 125th anniversary of Oregon State University.
Box-Folder 4.3: 1995-1999
Box-Folder 5.1: 2000-2004
Box-Folder 5.2: 2005-2007
Box-Folder 9.9: 2007-2011
These catalogs are identified as summer planning guides that include a course listing, a schedule of the sessions of summer term, and general information about registration.
Box-Folder 5.3: Planning Guides, 2012-2013
Series 2: Reports and Surveys, 1934-2018
Series 2 consists of statistical reports of enrollment, survey reports, and other enrollment data.  Reports on promotional activities are also included.  Surveys conducted in the late 1960s and early 1970s captured data on age, marital status, gender, academic program, and academic year for students enrolled in summer session as well as their reasons for attending summer session.  "Pulls" include weekly enrollment data (by headcount and credit hours) for the 2003-2018 summer sessions.
Box-Folder 6.01: Statistical and Promotion Reports, 1934-1939
Includes details of promotional activities such as distribution of posters and pamphlets, radio spots, and advertising as well as enrollment statistics.
Box-Folder 6.02: Statistical Reports, 1940-1944
Box-Folder 6.03: Statistical Reports, 1945-1949
Box-Folder 6.04: Statistical Reports and Surveys, 1966-1971
Includes report of 1966 and 1971 surveys of summer session students which gathered data on age, marital status, gender, academic program, class year, and reason for summer session enrollment for comparison between the two survey years and with fall term enrollment demographics.
Box-Folder 6.05: Statistical Reports and Surveys, 1972-1977
Includes 1972 report to the Faculty Senate on Summer Session and reports of summer student surveys conducted in 1973 and 1974.
Box-Folder 9.1: Registration Reports, 1980
Weekly registration reports for the 1980 summer session with breakdowns by gender, class year, and major.
Box-Folder 6.06: Statistical Reports, 2002
Box-Folder 6.07: Pulls, 2003
Box-Folder 6.08: Pulls, 2004
Box-Folder 6.09: Pulls, 2005
Box-Folder 6.10: Pulls, 2006
Box-Folder 6.11: Pulls, 2007
Box-Folder 6.12: Pulls, 2009
Box-Folder 6.13: Pulls, 2010
Box-Folder 6.14: Pulls, 2011
Box-Folder 6.15: Pulls, 2012
Box-Folder 6.16: Pulls, 2013
Box-Folder 6.17: Pulls, 2014
Box-Folder 11.1 - 11.2: Pulls, 2015
Box-Folder 11.3 - 11.4: Pulls, 2016
Box-Folder 11.5 - 11.6: Pulls, 2017
Box-Folder 11.7 - 11.8: Pulls, 2018
Series 3: Financial, 1986-2013
Series 3 documents the financial operation of Summer Session, especially during the 1990s and 2000s.  The records detail  funds distributed to OSU academic colleges based on enrollment and other factors; arbitration of a dispute between the Coalition of Graduate Employees and the university regarding summer session fees for graduate assistants; and  funding provided to support programs such as intramural sports, theater, and the Writing Desk.  The series also includes Summer Session fee books.
Box-Folder 7.01: Revenue Distributions, 1996-2000
Box-Folder 7.02: Revenue Distributions (1/2), 2002
Box-Folder 7.03: Revenue Distributions (2/2), 2002
Box-Folder 7.04: Revenue Distributions (1/4), 2003
Box-Folder 7.05: Revenue Distributions (2/4), 2003
Box-Folder 7.06: Revenue Distributions (3/4), 2003
Box-Folder 7.07: Revenue Distributions (4/4), 2003
Box-Folder 7.08: Revenue Distributions (1/2), 2004
Box-Folder 7.09: Revenue Distributions (2/2), 2004
Box-Folder 7.10: Revenue Distributions (1/4), 2005
Box-Folder 7.11: Revenue Distributions (2/4), 2005
Box-Folder 7.12: Revenue Distributions (3/4), 2005
Box-Folder 7.13: Revenue Distributions (4/4), 2005
Box-Folder 7.14: Revenue Distributions (1/2), 2006
Box-Folder 7.15: Revenue Distributions (2/2), 2006
Box-Folder 7.16: Revenue Distributions (1/2), 2007
Box-Folder 7.17: Revenue Distributions (2/2), 2007
Box-Folder 8.01: Revenue Distributions (1/2), 2008
Box-Folder 8.02: Revenue Distributions (2/2), 2008
Box-Folder 8.03: Revenue Distributions, 2009
Box-Folder 8.04: Revenue Distributions, 2010
Box-Folder 8.05: Revenue Distributions, 2011
Box-Folder 8.06: Revenue Distributions, 2012
Box-Folder 8.07: Revenue Distributions, 2013
Box-Folder 8.08: Fees, 1986-2000
Box-Folder 8.09: Fee Book, 2004
Box-Folder 8.10: Fees, 2005
Box-Folder 8.11: Fee Book, 2006
Box-Folder 8.12: Fee Book, 2007
Box-Folder 8.13: Fee Book, 2009
Box-Folder 8.14: Arbitration of Graduate Student Fee (1/2), 2009
Box-Folder 8.15: Arbitration of Graduate Student Fee (2/2), 2009
Box-Folder 8.16: Supported Programs, 1999-2006
Requests for and distributions of funds from Summer Session income to academic support and other campus units and programs including intramural sports, University Theater, the Writing Center, Career Services, Services for Students with Disabilities, and central computing.
Box-Folder 8.17: Fee Grievances, 1995-2009
Series 4: Promotional Materials, 1916-2015
Series 4 contains brochures, pamphlets, posters, preliminary announcements, and advance schedules promoting summer session courses, special events, tours, and programs.  Compilations of marketing materials created for the 2010-2015 summer sessions are part of this series, including submissions to the Western Association of Summer Session Administrators. Of special note are selected issues of the Summer Session News as well as materials promoting non-traditional summer programs for high school students, study abroad, or programs away from the Corvallis campus.
Box-Folder 9.2: Summer Session News, 1916-1952
Selected issues of the Summer Session News which was published several times during each summer session and weekly during some years.  This was considered the "official newspaper" of the Oregon State Summer Session and was edited and produced by industrial journalism students.  This 4- to 6-page newspaper includes news about campus events and facilities, articles about guest faculty, and announcements of special events and trips.  A full run of the Summer Session News is available in the History of OSU Collection (LH1 078).  The Summer Session News was published through 1964; in 1965 the publication merged with the Daily Barometer, which published issues during summer session.
Box-Folder 8.18: Preliminary Announcements, 1935-1939
Announcements for 1935 and 1939.
Box-Folder 8.19: Advance Schedules, 1958-1974
Advance Schedules for 1958, 1967, 1971, 1973, 1974
Box-Folder 8.20: Advance Schedules, 1975-1989
Advance Schedules for 1975, 1977, 1979, and 1989
Box-Folder 8.21: Advance Schedules, 1991-1997
Advance Schedules for 1991, 1992, 1995, and 1997
Box-Folder 9.3: Advance Schedules, 1980-1999
Includes advance schedules for 1980, 1982 and 1999.
Box-Folder 8.22: In-State Trips, 1986
Box-Folder 8.23: Brochures and Flyers, 1995-1999
Box-Folder 8.24: Brochures and Flyers, 2000-2009
Brochures and flyers for 2000, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, and 2009, including online courses
Box-Folder 9.4: Advance Schedules, 2002-2006
Box-Folder 9.5: Distance and Continuing Education Programs, 1999-2001
Summer term schedules; summer term was administratively part of Distance and Continuing Education at this time.
Box-Folder 9.6: High School Open Studies, 2002
Summer 2002 course schedule; this program offered opportunity for high school students to enroll in regular Oregon State credit courses without being formally admitted to the university.
Box-Folder 8.25: Wallowa Resources Field Program, 2006, 2008, 2009
Box-Folder 8.26: American Universities International Programs, 2006
Box-Folder 8.27: Marine and Environmental Studies, 2006-2007
Box-Folder 8.28: Portland Area Classes, 2006-2007
Box-Folder 8.29: Pamphlets, undated
Box-Folder 9.7: Posters, 1987-2009
Most of the posters are for 2002-2009 summer terms; posters for 1987 and 1999 are also included.  Includes posters for Marine Science and Environmental Studies on the Oregon Coast (Hatfield Marine Science Center), Wallowa Resources Field Program, and fieldwork in Antarctica.
Box-Folder 10.01: Advertisements, 2008
Box-Folder 10.02: Flat Benny Photo Contest, 2009
Box-Folder 10.03: Marketing Materials, 2010
Box-Folder 10.04: Marketing Materials, 2011
Box-Folder 10.05: Marketing Materials, 2012
Box-Folder 10.06: Marketing Materials, 2013
Box-Folder 10.07: Marketing Materials, 2014
Box-Folder 10.08: Western Association of Summer Session Administrators - 2014 Marketing Submissions, 2014
Box-Folder 10.09: Marketing Materials, 2015
Box-Folder 10.10: Model Releases, 2015
Series 5: Correspondence and Subject Files, 1952-2018
Series 5 consists predominantly of program and special event files -- primarily the Natural Resources Leadership Academy which offered continuing education opportunities for natural resource professionals and academic opportunities for Oregon State students; the Advisor's Luncheons to promote summer session programs to student advisors; and the long-running and popular Noon Concerts on the Memorial Union brick mall.  Programming responsibility for the concerts transitioned to the Memorial Union Program Council in 2013; the 2014 series was cancelled.    The series also includes limited correspondence to and from directors of Summer Session Franklin Zeran and D.S. Fullerton; manuals providing detailed instructions for preparation of summer term catalogs; and documentation of the Individualized Directed Learning program which provided the opportunity for students to complete coursework while away from campus during the summer through a combination of independent study and reading-and-conference instruction.
Box-Folder 10.11: Dean Zeran Correspondence, 1952
Correspondence received by Dean Zeran regarding instructors, scheduling, and enrollment matters for the 1952 summer session.
Box-Folder 10.12: Manuals, 1977-1980
Box-Folder 10.13: Individualized Directed Learning, 1985-1986
Enrollment numbers and summaries of the program.
Box-Folder 10.14: D.S. Fullerton Correspondence, 1988
Memo from Fullerton that accompanied campus distribution of the 1988 Summer Session Catalog.
Box-Folder 10.15: Dean McCaughan Correspondence, 2004
E-mail announcement that Summer Session was becoming a unit of Extended Campus in 2004.
Box-Folder 10.16 - 10.20: Natural Resources Leadership Academy (NRLA), 2013-2017
Box-Folder 10.21: Advisor's Luncheon, 2011-2014
Box-Folder 10.22: Advisor's Luncheon, 2015-2018
Box-Folder 10.23: Advisor's Breakfast, 2018
Box-Folder 10.24: Noon Concerts, 1994-1998
Box-Folder 10.25: Noon Concerts and Film Series, 1999
Box-Folder 10.26: Noon Concerts, 2000
Box-Folder 10.27: Noon Concerts, 2002-2004
Box-Folder 10.28: Noon Concerts, 2005-2006
Box-Folder 10.29: Noon Concerts, 2007-2010
Box-Folder 10.30: Noon Concerts, 2011-2014
Box-Folder 10.31: Summer Fun Fest, 2014
Box-Folder 10.32: "Pop Up" Events, 2016
Box-Folder 10.33: Warm Up to Summer, 2015-2017
Series 6: Summer Term Office Photographs, 1968-1974
Series 6 consists of photographic prints and negatives assembled by the Summer Term Office in the 1960s-1970s for promotional purposes.  Most of the images are b/w portrait photographs of visiting faculty.  Images of musicians, musical groups, and visiting lecturers are also included.  Most of the images are undated, but were likely transferred to the University Archives in the 1970s.  Several promotional photographs of students on the Oregon State campus in spring or summer are also part of the series.  The series includes 69 photographic prints and 7 4x5 copy negatives.  These photographs were originally described as the Summer Term Office Photographs (P 165) and assigned item numbers beginning with "P165:".  Those item numbers were retained when the photographs were transferred to this collection.
Box-Folder 10.34: Prints and Negatives
Item P165:01: Mildred Andrews
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:02: Germaine Bree
Item P165:03: Harry Broquist
Item P165:04: Angus Campbell, 1974
2 prints
Item P165:05: Robert Colembiewski
Item P165:06: Arthur W. Combs
Item P165:07: Richard N. Farmer
Item P165:08: Jack Frymier
2 prints
Item P165:09: James Gillett
Item P165:10: David Gray
Item P165:11: James A. Hazlett
2 prints
Item P165:12: Milton J. Huber
2 prints
Item P165:13: Laura J. Huelster
2 prints
Item P165:14: Abraham Kaplan
2 prints
Item P165:15: Fred Kasch
2 prints
Item P165:16: Michael Kasha
2 prints; Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Institute of Molecular Biophysics at Florida State University.
Item P165:17: Re Koster, 1968
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:18: Walter Loban
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:19: Dorothy Lyle
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:20: D'Arcy McNeckle
2 prints
Item P165:21: James G. March
Item P165:22: Jerome Moss
2 prints
Item P165:23: Clark Moustakas
Item P165:24: Mary Ellen Rudin
Item P165:25 - P165:26: Milton R.J. Salton, 1973
3 prints, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Microbiology
Item P165:27: Ole Sand
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:28: Ernst Scheyer
2 prints
Item P165:29: Joanne Simpson
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:30: D. Hutton Slade
2 prints and 1 negative
Item P165:31: Victor Steinhardt
Item P165:32: Martene Thal
Item P165:33: Brit H. Fuglevaag Warsinki
Item P165:34: James S. Williams
2 prints; Distinguished Visiting Professor.
Item P165:35 - P165:36: Donna Eiseman
2 prints
Item P165:37: Don Kinch and the Conductors
"Dixieland Jazz on Campus"
Item P165:38: Philadelphia String Quartet
2 prints
Item P165:39: Barre Toelkeon
Item P165:40: Kronos String Quartet
Item P165:41 - P165:44: Students on campus in spring or summer
4 prints; promotional photographs of students on campus.
Item P165:45 - P165:46: W.C. Fields
2 prints
Item P165:47: Mae West
Series 7: Microfilmed Records, 1964-1975
Series 7 consists of general files created and assembled by the Summer Term Office during the tenure of Robert L. Phillips as Director.    The files were microfilmed by the former University Archives in 1977.    The files document the activities and functions of the Office -- especially interactions with other Oregon State administrative units regarding the services provided by those units during summer term and with academic units pertaining to courses.  The series includes correspondence, reports, and statistical data.  Two folders (1.05 and 1.22) consist of correspondence with and/or pertaining to specific students and may include confidential information.
Reel-Folder 1.01: Administration, 1966-1973
Reel-Folder 1.02: Billboard, 1968
Reel-Folder 1.03: Catalog, 1973
This folder consists predominantly of poems submitted to the Summer Term Office to be considered for publication in the 1974 Summer Session Catalog.  Several poems written by Oregon State faculty Roger Weaver and Richard Dankleff are included. Poems and art by Oregon State faculty were published in the 1974 catalog.
Reel-Folder 1.04: Center for Economics Education, 1973
Reel-Folder 1.05: Complaints, 1964-1965
This folder may include confidential information pertaining to a specific student.
Reel-Folder 1.06: Computer Center, 1966-1968
Reel-Folder 1.07: Counseling Center, 1968-1974
Reel-Folder 1.08: Data, 1972
Reel-Folder 1.09: Distinguished Visitors Program, 1971-1974
Reel-Folder 1.10: Fees, 1967
Reel-Folder 1.11: Graduate School, 1965-1973
Reel-Folder 1.12: Health and Physical Education, 1965-1973
Reel-Folder 1.13: Home Economics, 1966-1972
Reel-Folder 1.14: IRAM (Instructional Resources and Materials) Center, 1966-1972
Reel-Folder 1.15: Journalism, 1969-1973
Reel-Folder 1.16: Music, 1970-1972
Reel-Folder 1.17: Outdoor Education, 1967
Reel-Folder 1.18: Panshin, Daniel, 1967
Reel-Folder 1.19: Promotions, 1969-1976
Reel-Folder 1.20: Selective Service, 1966-1967
Reel-Folder 1.21: Speech Communications, 1969-1973
Reel-Folder 1.22: Student Correspondence, 1971-1972
This folder may include confidential information pertaining to a specific student.
Reel-Folder 1.23: Student Services, 1965-1973
Reel-Folder 1.24: Summer Session Procedures, 1968-1975
Reel-Folder 1.25: Summer Session Questionnaires, 1969-1972
Reel-Folder 1.26: Trips and Tours, 1968

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