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Inventory for Omer Clyde Aderhold Collection 1920-1975 (UGA 97-100)

O.C. Aderhold Collection 97-100 edit. 8/20/02 to 11/20/02; final edit. 6/03

UGA 97-100:1

  • American Council on Education January 1, 1958-December 31, 1959.
  • Accrediting, National Commission on 1956-1958.
  • Accrediting, National Commission on 1950-July 1955.
  • Aderhold-Inauguration (1951).
  • Aderhold-Inauguration-Individual Accepts (1951).
  • Aderhold-Inauguration-Learned Societies Replies (1951).
  • Aderhold-Speech on January 27,1951.
  • Alumni Association September 1950-June 30,1953.
  • Alumni Record 1956-1959.
  • Alumni Record 1959-1960.
  • Alumni Record 1960-1961.
  • Alumni Record 1961-1962.
  • American Council on Education July 1, 1955-June 30,1958.
  • American Council on Education-Commission on Instruction & Evaluation on June 23-June 24, 1958.
  • American Council on Education-Chicago October 9-October 10,1958.
  • American Council on Education-Commission on Instruction & Evaluation Athens on November 24-November 25,1958.

UGA 97-100:2

  • Copies of Notes and Correspondence re Wally Butts (1951).
  • Athletic Situation-Within University (1963).
  • Athletics –University Faculty (1963).
  • Athletic Situation-Clippings (1963).
  • Critical Comments-Wally Butts (1956).
  • Favorable Comments-Wally Butts (1956).
  • Griffith Letter re Saturday Evening Post article (Barwick & Moore) (1963).
  • Subpoena (1963).
  • Press Statement-Barwick & Dunlap (1963).
  • N.C.A.A. & Southern Association (1961).
  • Letter From Dr. Rose (1963).
  • Originals –Notes and Correspondence re Wally Butts (1963).
  • Athletic Board-Summary of Minutes & Budget (1961).
  • Out of State-Non Alumni (no answer) (1963).
  • Out of State-Alumni (critical) (1963).
  • Favorable (with no comment necessary) (1963).
  • The University of Georgia Athletic Situation (1963).
  • Favorable Comments-Should Be Answered (1963).
  • Telephone Accounts (1963).
  • Should not be answered (1963).
  • Unfavorable Comments-Should be ans. (1963).
  • Crank Letters (1963).
  • Events (February 12-March 1,1963).
  • Events (January 28-February 12,1963).
  • Events through (January 21, 1963).
  • Events (March 2-March 8,1963).
  • Article-Cumming (March 6,1963).
  • Aderhold Statement for Therrell March 19,1965.
  • Record of Telephone Calls (1961).
  • Statement O.C.A Conference J.H.T. (March 19,1963).
  • Athletic Material (1963).
  • From Lamar Dodd’s letters (1958).
  • (Coach Wally Butts investigation 1962-1963).
  • (Athletic Situation-Statements 1963).
  • Attorney General Eugene Cook’s Report Butts-Bryant Report Part Two (1963).
  • Attorney General Eugene Cook’s Report Butt-Bryant Report Part One (1963).
  • Attorney General Eugene Cook’s Report Butts-Bryant Report Part Two (1963).
  • Attorney General Eugene Cook’s Report Butts-Bryant Report Part One (1963).
  • (U.S. District Court of Northern Georgia Wallace Butts vs. Curtis Publishing Company-Deposition of Aderhold 1963).

UGA 97-100:3

  • Athletic Association 1958.
  • Athletic Association 1958.
  • Athletic Association Audit Rep’t 1959.
  • Athletic Association Budget 1960-1961.
  • Budget-Athletic Association 1961-1962.
  • Athletic Association Proposed Budget 6-30-64.
  • Athletic Association Budget 1965.
  • Atlanta Division July 1, 1951-June 30,1952.
  • Atlanta Division June 30,1951.
  • Atlanta Division July1952-June 30, 1954.
  • Atlanta Division-Budget for Auxiliary Enterprises-Proposed 1951-1952.
  • Atlanta Division Hospital Administration-Training Course (1952).
  • Atlanta Division-Proposed Auxiliary Enterprise Budget 1953-54.
  • Atlanta Division-Report by M.C. Prunty (1951).
  • Atlanta Division 1954-55.
  • Auburn Research Fund Auburn AL.-Constitution & Bylaws (1950).
  • Budget (1932).
  • Budget Ten Thousand Dollars 1951-52.
  • Budgetary Charts, Information, Miscellaneous 1951-52.
  • Budget 1951-52 Dismissals.
  • Budget Salaries—North Carolina (1951-52).
  • Budget 1951-52.
  • Budgetary Information 1952-53.
  • Budgetary Information 1953-54.
  • Athletic Association Budget 1959-60.
  • Athletic Association Reports July 1,1959-June 30,1960.

UGA 97-100:4

  • Budget $500 or more increase in salary 1953-1954.
  • Budget Charts , information from other institutions, etc. 1953-54.
  • Budgets 1954-55.
  • Budget Needs-Long Range And For 1954-55.
  • Budget Needs-Letter to Mr. Foley April 8, 1955.
  • Budget Needs Letters (1957).
  • Budget Material #1 1955-56.
  • Budget Georgia Experiment Station Experiment, Georgia 1955-1956.
  • Budget Material #2 1955-56.
  • Budget Additional Funds 1955-56.
  • Budget Material 1956-57.
  • Budget 1956-57.
  • Budget Material 1956-57.
  • Budget Information 1957-1958.
  • Budgetary Information (1956).
  • Budget Amendments July 1,1958-December 31,1958.
  • Budget –Salaries 1958.

UGA 97-100:5

  • Budget 1959-1960.
  • Budget Amendments January 1,1960-June 30,1960.
  • Budget Material 1960-61.
  • Budget Material 1961-62.
  • Budget 25% Increase in faculty salaries-Comments from members of adb. Commish 1962.
  • Budget Salary Surveys 1961-62 & Prior.
  • Budget Materials 1962-63.
  • Budget Salary Surveys 1962-63.
  • Budget Material Allocations 1961.
  • Budget Salary Surveys 1963-64.
  • Budget 1963-64.
  • University of Georgia Proposed Clerical Budgets 1963-64 – 1964-65.
  • Budgets – 1963-64 & 1964-65.
  • Budget Material – 1964-65.
  • Budget Salary Surveys 1964-65.

UGA 97-100:6

  • Carnegie Grants-In-Aid (1951).
  • Committee on Loan Funds (1952).
  • Committee on Publication Policy (1952).
  • Committee on Scholarships of the Univ. System Advisory Council (1952).
  • Committee, Steering-Science Center Plans (1958).
  • Educational Policies Commission October 1951-June 30, 1955.
  • Cotton Ginning Laboratory (1954).
  • Educational Policies Commission Washington, D.C., March 26-28, 1953.
  • Educational Policies Commission Colorado Springs, Colo. Oct. 1-3,1953.
  • Educational Policies Commission Washington, D.C. March 24-27, 1954.
  • Educational Policies Commission Subcommittee on Higher Education Chicago, Ill. May 14-15, 1954.
  • Educational Policies Commission Chicago-September 30-Oct. 2, 1954.
  • Educational Policies Commission July 1, 1954-June 30,1955.
  • Educational Policies Commission July 1,1955.
  • Educational Policies Commission Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 9-12, 1955.
  • Education Policies Commission Committee on Higher Education March 3-5, 1956.
  • Educational Policies Commission Washington, D.C. April 25-28, 1956.
  • Educational Policies Commission East Lansing, Michigan March 27,28,29, 1952.
  • Educational Policies Commission Subcommittee on Community and School (1952).
  • Educational Policies Commission October 1-4, Harriman, New York 1952.
  • Educational Policies Commission Colorado Springs, Colorado (1953).
  • Educational Policies Commission Chicago, Illinois (1953).
  • (Educational Policies Commission of the National Education Association of the United States and the American Association of School Administrators July 1955). * (no folder)
  • Education-Resource-Use Georgia Committee 1950.
  • Enrollment 1951-52.
  • Enrollment 1952-53-53-54-54-55.
  • Faculty Meetings-1950-1960.
  • Extension-General Extension (1952).
  • Extension, Division of General USAFI Information 1953-June 30, 1951.
  • Foreign Students 1950-51, 1952-53, 54-55.
  • Foreign Student Tour (1949).

UGA 97-100:7

  • General Assembly 1951-1956.
  • General Assembly 1955-1957.
  • General Assembly 1959.
  • General Education Board Sept. 1950-June 30,1952.
  • General Education Board July 1,1952-June 1954.
  • Georgia Association of Colleges 1950-1953.
  • Georgia Association Of Colleges January 29, 30, 1954, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Citizens Advisory Committee On Education (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-1st District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-2nd District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-3rd District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-4th District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-5th District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-6th District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-7th District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-8th District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-9th District (1949).
  • GA. Citizens Committee-10th District (1949).
  • G.E.A. (1948).
  • Georgia Education Association-File #2 (1949).
  • GEA-File #3 (1951).
  • GEA Meeting 1951.
  • GEA Workshop—Young Harris 1951.
  • G.E.A. And Young Harris (1949).
  • Georgia Education Association1952-54.
  • Georgia Education Association January 1954-June 30,1955.
  • Georgia Education Association 1956-1960.
  • Georgia LU Lands File #1 January 1952-June 1955.
  • Georgia LU Lands File #2 July 1, 1955.
  • Georgia LU-3 Lands (1952).
  • Georgia LU Lands Putnam and Morgan Counties (1960).

UGA 97-100:8

  • Georgia 4-H Club Council Milledgeville and Rock Eagle August 18-22, 1952.
  • Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission 1956-Nov. 1959.
  • Higher Education 1950-1952.
  • Conference on Higher Education Chicago-Hotel Sherman April 17-19, 1952.
  • National Conference on Higher Education Chicago,Ill., March 5-7, 1956.
  • Group 10 Chairman O.C. Aderhold (1956).
  • Income And Expenses, Statement Of January 1959-June30, 1959.
  • Institute For Presidents Folder 1 (1963).
  • Institute For Presidents Folder 2 (1963).
  • Inventory-President’s Office 1949-1957.
  • Ivey, Mr. John E., Jr. Committee on Southern Regional Studies and Education University of North Carolina (1948).
  • Land-Grant Colleges, Assoc. Of Correspondence 1950-51.
  • Land-Grant College Meeting Houston, Texas November 13-15, 1951.
  • Land-Grant Colleges & Universities, Association Of Statler Hotel, Washington Nov. 11-13, 1952.
  • Land Grant College Assoc. Meeting Columbus, Ohio-November 10-12,1953.
  • Land-Grant College Committee on Training of Vocational Agriculture Teachers April 1952-August 1954.
  • Land-Grant Colleges, TVA, & U.S. Dept of Agriculture Auburn, Alabama-May 8,1954.
  • Land-Grant College-TVA Meeting Muscle Shoals, Ala., Aug 30-31, 1954.
  • Land-Grant College Association Washington, D.C., Nov.15-18. 1954.
  • Land-Grant Colleges And Universities Correspondence July 1, 1955-1956.
  • Association of Land-Grant Colleges & Uni East Lansing, Mich. November 13-17, 1955.
  • Land-Grant College Association (Corresp) July 1, 1951-June 1955.

UGA 97-100:9

  • Land-Grant Colleges And Universities (Circular Letters) July 1, 1955-June 30, 1959.
  • Land-Grant College Meeting Washington, D.C. Nov. 12-15, 1956.
  • Land-Grant College Meeting Denver, Colorado-Nov. 11-14, 1957.
  • Land-Grant College Association Correspondence 1952-1958.
  • Land-Grant College Association Nat’l. Assoc. of State Universities, Washington, January 10-11, 1958.
  • Land-Grant Colleges And State Universities Executive Committee May 3, 1958.
  • Land-Grant College Association Executive Committee-Washington August 24, 1958.
  • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities Washington, D.C. Nov. 9-13, 1958.
  • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges & State Universities Executive Committee-Jan. 14-15, 1959.
  • Land-Grant College Association Executive Committee May2, 1959.
  • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges-Executive Committee Washington-September 8-9, 1959.
  • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities, St. Louis, Mo. November 8-11 1959.
  • Land Grant Colleges & State Universities, American Association Of Correspondence 1959-1960.
  • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities-Executive Com. April 30-May 1, 1960.
  • Land-Grant Colleges & State Universities, American Association of-Executive Committee, Washington, August 31, 1960.
  • Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities American Association of Washington, D.C., Nov. 14-16, 1950.
  • Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities Meeting Kansas City-November 12-16, 1961.
  • Land-Grant College Association-Legislative Committee 1958.
  • Land-Grant Centennial (1961).
  • Land-Grant Centennial (1961).
  • Land-Grant College Questionnaires (1961).

UGA 97-100:10

  • Land-Grant Colleges Pamphlets & Articles #1 (1962).
  • Land-Grant Colleges Pamphlets & Articles #2 (1961).
  • Land-Grant Colleges Pamphlets & Articles #3 (1960).
  • Land-Grant Colleges Pamphlets & Articles #4 (1961).
  • Land-Grant Colleges Pamphlets & Articles #5 (1962).
  • Land-Grant Colleges Pamphlets & Articles #6 (1961).
  • Land Grant Fact Book Centennial Edition (1962).
  • Southern Association of Land-Grant Colleges And State Universities (1954).
  • Legislature 1961.
  • Monthly Progress Reports July 1, 1959-December 31,1959.
  • Law, School Of Institute Of Law And Government (1952).
  • Monthly Progress Reports January 1, 1960-June 30, 1960.

UGA 97-100:11

  • Motion Picture (1950).
  • National Agricultural Communications Conference, East Lansing, Mich. July 14-19, 1954.
  • Regional Education, National Conference on White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia July 5-7,1959.
  • Regents, University System Of Georgia Testing and Guidance 1958.
  • Sesquicentennial (1951).
  • Sesquicentennial-Committees (1950).
  • Sesquicentennial-Events (1950).
  • Sesquicentennial University Of Georgia (1951).
  • Southeastern Community Development Assoc. Knoxville, Tennessee July 18, 1956.
  • Southeastern Conference 1949-1950.
  • Southeastern Conference-New Orleans December 13, 14, and 15, 1951.
  • Southeastern Conference January 1, 1953-July 1, 1952.
  • Southeastern Conference, Minutes May, 1949-December 1953.
  • Southeastern Conference Committee 1954.
  • Southeastern Conference July 1953-July 1955.
  • Southeastern Conference Nashville, Tennessee, Dec. 8-10, 1955.
  • Southeastern Conference Committee 1955.
  • Southeastern Conference July 1955-June 30, 1958.
  • Southeastern Conference Tuscaloosa, Alabama, January 16-18, 1958.
  • Southeastern Conference Baton Rouge, Louisiana January 15-17, 1959.
  • Southeastern Conference, Minutes June, 1954-May, 1959.
  • Southeastern Conference July 1, 1958-July 1, 1960.
  • Southeastern Conference Bowl Committee 1953.
  • Board Of Control For Southern Regional Education Work Conference, Daytona Beach, Sept. 3-11, 1950.

UA-100: 12

  • Southern Regional Education, Board Of Control 1950-51.
  • Southern Regional Education, Board Of Control 1951-52.
  • Southern Regional Educational Board New Orleans November 16-17, 1952.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1953-June 30,1954.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Educational Policies Committee February 3-4, 1954.
  • Southern Regional Education Boca Raton, Fla., November 1, 1954.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Conference On Agricultural Sciences March 31-April 1-2, 1955.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1, 1954-June 30, 1955.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Legislative Work Conference September 1, 1955.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Point Clear, Alabama-Oct. 17& 18, 1955.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1, 1955-June 30, 1956.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Daytona Beach, July 12 and 13, 1956.
  • SREB-Conference on ED. Beyond H.S. 1957.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1, 1956-June 30, 1957.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Legislative Work Conference Williamsburg, Va., Aug. 29-31, 1957.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Annual Meeting, September 21, 1957.

UGA 97-100:13

  • Southern Regional Education Board Governing Boards-March 6-8, 1958.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1, 1957-June 30, 1958.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Summer Workshop, Louisville, Kty. July 18-19, 1958.
  • (Informal Meeting of SREB Members Sheraton-Seelbach Hotel Louisville, KY July 18, 1958). *
  • (Executive Committee Meeting Sheraton-Seelbach Hotel Louisville, KY July 19, 1958). *
  • Southern Regional Education Board Trustee Advisory Group-Callaway Gardens May 8-10, 1959.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1, 1959-December 31, 1959.
  • Southern Regional Education Board July 1, 1958-June 30, 1959.
  • Southern Regional Education Board-Newsletters on State Legislation Affecting Higher Education 1960.
  • Southern Regional Education Board, Hot Springs September 25, 1960.
  • Southern Reg. Ed. Bd. Industry-Education Conference on Manpower Resources in the South Miami Beach, October 27-29, 1960.
  • Southern Regional Educational Board Summer Workshop Williamsburg, Virginia June 12-15, 1960.
  • Southern Regional Education Board January 1, 1960-June 30, 1960.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Report of Commission on Goals Louisville, Kentucky, November 30, 1961.
  • Southern Regional Board Committee On Research Library Cooperation (1954).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Television, Three State Network (1957).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Regional Advisory Council on Educational Television in the South (1960).
  • SREB Educational Plans & Advisory Committees (1961).
  • Southern Regional Education Board-Committee on Nematology (1957).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Steering Com. For Confer. On Agri. Sciences Daytona Sept. 10, 11, 12 (1954).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Committee on Federal Research Policy (1952).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Atlanta (8:00) July 27, 28, 29.
  • Southern Regional Education, Board Of, Daytona Beach Council, October 21-24.
  • SREB Miscellaneous (1953).

UGA 97-100: 14

  • Southern Regional Education Board (1952).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Regional Program in Forestry Education and Research (1952).
  • SREB-Commission On Grad. Studies (1946).
  • Southern University Conference (1956).
  • Southern University Conference Houston, Texas, April 4-5, 1957.
  • Southern University Conference, Williamsburg, Va., April 17-18, 1958.
  • Southern University Conference, St. Petersburg, Fla., April 22-24, 1959.
  • Student Activities U. of GA (1953).
  • Trust Funds, University of Georgia 1956-1960.
  • University Center in Georgia June 30, 1952.
  • University Center in Georgia July 1952-June 30, 1953.
  • University Center in Georgia July 1, 1953-June 30, 1955.
  • University Center in Georgia July 1, 1955-June 30, 1960.
  • University of Georgia Foundation July 1, 1952-June 30, 1953.
  • University of Georgia Foundation July 1953-July 1954.
  • University Foundation 1955-56.
  • University Foundation Projects, Suggested 1955-56, 1956-57.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Board of Trustees-Callaway Gardens, May 22, 1959.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Fund July 1952-1953.
  • University Foundation Fund Board of Trustees 1954.
  • University of Georgia Foundation July 1, 1951-June 30, 1952.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Ferdinand Phinizy Lectureship October 17-18, 1956.
  • University of Georgia Foundation December 7, 1959.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Board of Trustees Minutes (1954-1958).
  • University Foundation 1957-1958-June 30, 1959.

UGA 97-100:15

  • University of Georgia Foundation General Correspondence 1956-57 July 1-June 30.
  • University Self-Study-Progress Report on Brumbaugh Recommendations. *(no date)
  • University Study (1931).
  • University Study (1957).
  • University Self-Study (General) (1956).
  • (University of Georgia Study Abstracts of Reports of Consultants President O.C. Aderhold) (1957).
  • University Self-Study (Reports) (1956).
  • Veterans Administration (1950).
  • Veterinary Medicine, School Of 1950-June 30, 1957.
  • Work Load Reports 1951-1958.

UGA 97-100:16

  • President Aderhold Confidential The University of Georgia Requested Budget Increases For 1967-68.
  • Proposed Budget 1967-68.
  • University of Georgia Center For Continuing Education Increases 1967-68.
  • University of Georgia Athletic Association Proposed Budget 1965-66.
  • FY Athletic Assoc. 6-30-67.
  • Dr. O.C. Aderhold (The University of Georgia Athletic Association Proposed Budget For The Year Ending June 30, 1967).
  • The University of Georgia Requested Budget Increases for 1967-68 Based on No Increase in Enrollments in 1967-68.
  • The University Of Georgia Requested Budget Increases For 1967-68.
  • The University Of Georgia Supplemental Information on Instruction and Research for the 1967-68 Request for Budgetary Increases.
  • The University of Georgia Requested Budget Increases For 1967-68 Based on No Increase in Enrollments in 1967-68.
  • Capital Outlay Analysis (1967-69).
  • (The University of Georgia Inter-Office Communication & Graduate Assistantships in Instruction and Research Units 1966-1968).
  • *
  • Budget For President’s Office 1966-67.
  • Comparison on Budgets (1967-69).
  • Budget Letter For 1968-70 Biennium.
  • Budget Letter For 1966-67.
  • Budget Letters 1967-68.
  • Budget Letters From January 1966-December 1966.
  • Budget Needs For 1967-68.
  • Budget 1966-67.
  • Regent’s Budget Proposal for System 1967-69.
  • Georgia Experiment Station Experiment, Georgia (1967-68).
  • Study-U. Of Ga. (1963).
  • Budget Correspondence with Mr. Blissit (1966).
  • Budget Information (1964).

UGA 97-100:17

  • Needs Letters From Deans For Budget 1966-67.
  • Budget Letter (1965-1966).
  • Salary Surveys (1957).
  • Budget Material 1965-66.
  • Budget Material (Allocations, etc.) 1964-65.
  • AAUP Study-1964-65.
  • Needs-Through 1968.
  • Audit Report-Student Activities 1964-65.
  • Ga. State Revenue-Estim. for fiscal yrs. 1960-61-1964-65.
  • Teacher Retirement System (1966).
  • Budget Analysis University System (1966-67).
  • Salary Survey-The American Bar Assn. (1965-66).
  • Budget 1965-66.
  • Budget Needs 1967-68.
  • Budget Analysis For University (1967).
  • Applications-Holmes and Hunter (1960).
  • Association of State Colleges & Universities (1966).
  • UGA President’s Annual Report 1965.

UGA 97-100:18

  • Pictures (1953).
  • Photographs *(empty folder)
  • Photographs 1967.
  • Blue Key (1950).
  • Athens Board of Education 1949.
  • Massey, Dyar (1950).
  • Massey, Dyer (1950).
  • College of Arts and Sciences (1948).
  • Pictures (A. & I. Development Board) (1945).
  • Personal Data 1938-1949.
  • Barfoot (1948).
  • Georgia Education Expense Accounts (1949).
  • Letters of Congratulation-G.E.A. President (1949).
  • Inauguration Program 1951.
  • Landscaping for new buildings 1952.
  • Civil Defense Work, 1942.
  • Dr. Morgan-Iowa (1937).
  • E.R. Moulton (1946).
  • Boyd (1949).
  • Minnesota-W.E.Peik (1938).
  • M.D. Mobley (1940).
  • W.A. Maddox (1946).
  • (Personal Correspondence-1939). *
  • (Personal Correspondence-1935). *
  • Hampton Institute –Hampton, Va. (1941).
  • (Caldwell & USDA Farm Security Administration Farm Plan and Loan Section Job Proposal-1939).*
  • Harmon W. Caldwell (1944).
  • Letters Relating To Church Activities (1939).
  • Letters and Telegrams of Congratulations (1946).
  • Nova Scotia, August 25, 1939.
  • Telegrams (1939).
  • Thank You’s (1945).
  • Telegram (1945).
  • M. E. Thompson (1945).
  • Teacher Retirement (1923).
  • Staff Letters (1945).
  • J.W. Studebaker (1946).
  • P.S. Barrett-Rehabilitation (1939).
  • T.E. Ritchie (1946).
  • (Letters and Telegrams 1932). *
  • Poultry Book-Mitchell, Gennon Mobley (1939).
  • E.D. Pusey (1944).
  • President-The University of Georgia (1934).
  • Ohio-Stewart (1935).
  • Office of Education (1945).
  • Contract (1948).
  • Congratulatory Letters-Boss Presidency (1950).
  • Congratulatory Letters on Dean, College of Education (1946).
  • G.E.A.1949-50.
  • President J.C. Rogers (1949).
  • Congratulatory Letters-O.C. Aderhold Personal (1950).
  • Letters of Congratulations (Presidency) (1950).
  • W (1931).
  • Dean of Education Correspondence 1950.
  • Inauguration-President Aderhold (1951).
  • Minimum Foundation Program (1949).

UGA 97-100:19

  • Misc. Material (1943).
  • Dedication-Univ. of Ga. School of Law Nov. 1967.
  • Presidency Long-Range Planning for the University of Georgia (1968).
  • Presidency First Year (1951).
  • Integration Horace T. Ward Case (1951).
  • Science Center (1968).
  • University of Georgia Presidency 1950.
  • Minimum Foundation Program Financing (1968).
  • Minimum Foundation Program Education Panel (1968).
  • University Of Georgia Student Days (1968).
  • Personal Family Background, Childhood, Etc. (1968).
  • Academic Freedom (1955).
  • Committee On Accreditation (1964).
  • O.C.A. Personal Expressions of Sympathy (1965).
  • Personal OCA 1967 Jan.-Jun (1967).
  • Personal OCA Jul-Dec 1966.
  • Personal OCA Jan-Jun 1966.
  • Personal OCA 1965.
  • Personal OCA 1964.
  • Personal OCA 1961.
  • Personal 1960.
  • Personal 1959.

UGA 97-100:20

  • Personal OCA 1950-52.
  • Personal OCA May 1953-54.
  • Personal OCA Jul 1954-Jun 1956.
  • Notice of Appointment OCA (1952).
  • Personal OCA Jul 1956-1958.
  • Aderhold-Personal Around-the-World Trip Summer 1961.
  • Aderhold-Personal Summer Trip Correspondence with Office 1961.
  • Aderhold-Christmas Cards (1963).
  • Invitations-O.C.A. (1966).
  • Aderhold, O.C. White House Visit 8-13-65.
  • Advisory Council (for Chancellor) O.C. Aderhold, member (1964).
  • C & S Cruise- (Research Project on Virgin Islands) (1966).
  • Biographical Information on O.C.A Speeches Made, Etc. (1957).
  • Travel for O.C.A. 1966.
  • Travel-O.C. Aderhold-1965.
  • Travel-OCA-1964.
  • O.C. Aderhold-Travel 1963.
  • Travel Folder 1961.
  • Special Travel Folder 1960.
  • Special Expense Folder-1959.
  • Special Expense Folder-1958.
  • Dr. O.C. Aderhold-First Baptist Church (1960).
  • Retirement Congratulatory Letters 1967.
  • Lease (1967).
  • Aderhold, O.C.-Personal West Coast Trip-Summer 1957.
  • Aderhold-Personal Ludman Company (1958).
  • Retirement Correspondence 1966.

UGA 97-100:21

  • Retirement Appreciation Dinner June 1967.
  • Retirement Speech 1967.
  • Personal OCA 1963.
  • Personal OCA 1962.
  • SREB 1969.
  • Southern Regional Education Board 1968.
  • Southern Regional Education Board 1967.
  • SREB Annual Board Meeting Greenbrier 1967.
  • Invitations-O.C. Aderhold (1965).
  • Invitations-O.C. Aderhold (1965).
  • Invitations-O.C. Aderhold (1964).
  • Invitations-O.C. Aderhold 1963 June-Dec.
  • Invitations 1963 Jan to May.
  • SREB Higher Education Opportunities Commission 1967.
  • SREB Correspondence 1961-66.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Meeting-New Orleans, October 11-12 (1966).
  • Southern Regional Education Board ETV Committee meeting-Atlanta 11-18-66.
  • Southern Governor’s Conference Paducah, Kentucky-Sept. 18-20, 1966.
  • SREB Annual Meeting, Miami Beach June 14-16, 1966.
  • SREB Commission on Higher Educational Opportunity- 9 a.m-Marriott Hotel, Atlanta, April 11, 1966.
  • SREB Committee on Television-9 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 26, Marriott Motor Hotel, Atlanta.

UGA 97-100:22

  • Southern Governors’ Conference (1965).
  • SREB Executive Committee Meeting 9 a.m., Friday, December 10, 1965, SREB Building.
  • SREB Legislative Work Conference Jekyll Island Stuckey’s Carriage Inn-July 28-31, 1965.
  • Annual Meeting SREB, Miami Beach June 22-23, 1965.
  • SREB Annual Board Meeting-San Antonio, Texas-Oct. 11 (1964).
  • (SREB 1965-1966). *(no label).
  • SREB Commission on Higher Educational Opportunity in the South (1965).
  • Southern Regional Education Board Educational Plans & Policies Cmte., SREB Office-3-28-1963.
  • SREB Conference on Approach to Educational Television Programming-Fort Lauderdale, Fla. December 5-6, 1963.
  • Southern Regional Education Board Annual Summer Workshop Williamsburg, Virginia, June 15-16, 1962.
  • Southern Regional Conference on Higher Education June 12-13, 1961.
  • Southern Regional Education Board-Summer Workshop-Chapel Hill-6-12 & 13, (1963).
  • DR. O.C. Aderhold (1967).
  • (Meeting of SREB’s Educational Plans and Policies Advisory Committee March 18-19, 1964). *(no label)
  • Budget Information-1968.
  • World Food Crisis Feb 20, 1968.
  • Hunger 1968.
  • Hunger April 12, 1968.
  • Recap of Contract And Grant Applications 1969.

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  • AECK ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS Campus Development Programs 1967.
  • Alumni 1967-68.
  • Athletic Association Budget Report 1969.
  • Athletic Association Board of Directors 1967-68.
  • Center For Continuing Education 1968.
  • C&S National Bank Statewide Board Meeting April 15-16, 1968.
  • Education Commission of the States 1968.
  • ETV Jul-Dec 1967.
  • Georgia Baptist Convention 1968.
  • Georgia Education Association 1967-68.
  • Georgia Science and Technology Commission 1969.
  • Georgia Science and Technology Commission 1968.
  • HEW Publications 1968.
  • Governor’s Conference On Education 1967.
  • Correspondence-Mercer 1969.
  • Mercer University Trustees Meeting April 17, 1969.
  • Mercer University Trustees Meeting Feb 7, 1969.
  • Mercer University Board of Trustees Meeting April 18, 1968.
  • Mercer Board of Trustees Annual Meeting January 25, 1968.
  • Mercer University Board of Trustees 1967.
  • Mercer-J.W. Fanning (1967).
  • Annual Meeting Board of Trustees of Mercer University-11a.m., 4-20-67.
  • Mercer University (O.C. Aderhold, Member Board of Trustees) (1967).
  • NSF Biological Sciences Grant 1967.
  • Photographs For New Releases 1968.
  • Publications 1968.
  • Publications University of Georgia 1968.
  • Publications Institute of Higher Education 1967-68.
  • Recap of Contract and Grant Applications, Etc. 1968.
  • Recap of Contract and Grant Applications, Etc. Jul-Dec 1967.

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  • Retirement Correspondence (1967).
  • ROTC AFFAIRS Army Advisory Panel Meeting Oct. 26, 1967.
  • Army Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs-Pentagon-May 4, 1967.
  • State Depts Of Education Advisory Council 1968.
  • State Depts Of Education Advisory Council 1967.
  • University of Georgia Foundation 1968.
  • University Council Minutes 1967-68.
  • University of Georgia Policies and Procedures 1967-68.
  • UNIV of Georgia Research 1969.
  • UNIV of Georgia Services 1969.
  • University Council Minutes 1969.
  • Vocational Rehab Statewide Planning Project 1968.
  • Vocational Rehab Statewide Planning Project 1967.
  • Vocational Rehab Report on Internal Organization 1968.
  • Vocational Rehab Statewide Planning Project Annual Report 1967.
  • Vocational Rehab Publications (1967).
  • Statewide Vocational Rehabilitation Planning Project-Memoranda & Project (1968).
  • Annual Report Council On State Departments of Education (1967).
  • Reinforcing The Role Of States In Education (1967). *(no folder)
  • Reinforcing The Role Of States In Education (1967). *(no folder)
  • For Tomorrow (April 1967). *(no folder)
  • For Tomorrow (April 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Summary-The Final Report of Statewide Planning). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Final Report-Comprehensive Statewide Planning For
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Services, 1968). *(no folder)
  • (The Challenge Of World Affairs To American Higher Education, 1968). *(no folder)
  • Organization And Structure Of The Office Of Rehabilitation Services Georgia State Department Of Education, March 1968.

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  • South Carolina Baptist Convention Nov 13, 1968.
  • Speeches 1968.
  • E.B. Smith May 21 (Tues.) (1968).
  • Speech C C Murray Dinner June 28, 1968.
  • Speech John Eidson Dinner April 17, 1968.
  • Speech Demosthenian Literary Society May 15, 1968.
  • Speaking Engagements Correspondence 1967.
  • Speeches Jun-Dec 1967.
  • Speeches Jan-May 1967.
  • Speeches Jul-Dec 1966.
  • Speeches Jan-Jun 1966.
  • Speeches 1966.
  • Speeches 1965.
  • Speech-Mental Health Dinner 7 p.m., Georgian Hotel (1965).
  • Speeches-1963.
  • Speeches-1962.

UGA 97-100:26

  • Speeches-1961.
  • Speeches-1960.
  • Speeches-1959.
  • Speeches-1958.
  • Speeches-1957.
  • Speeches-1956.
  • Speeches-1955.
  • Speeches-1954.
  • Speeches-1953.
  • Speeches-1952.
  • Speeches-1951.
  • Speech Material (1967).
  • Material For Speeches 1960.
  • Speeches-O.C. Aderhold (1949).
  • Extra Copies of Speeches (1958).

UGA 97-100:27

  • O.C.A. (Portfolio-Air Transportation 1967).
  • (The Atlanta Constitution, page 3, Thursday, Feb. 20, 1969). *(no folder)
  • (The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, Feb 27, 1969). *(no folder)
  • (The Atlanta Constitution, page 37, Thursday, Feb 20, 1969). *(no folder)
  • (The Atlanta Constitution, page 57, Thursday, Feb. 20, 1969). *(no folder)
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book, July 17, 1955-September 30, 1956). *(no folder)
  • (Postcard-“Welcome Back”). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Postcard from Mayrie?). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1961).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1960).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1959).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1963).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1953).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1962).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1958).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 19 1955).
  • (The Ever Ready Calendar Style 717 1952).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1962).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1957).
  • (Success Desk Calendar No. 17 1955).
  • (The Ever Ready Calendar No. 717 1951).
  • (Desk Calendar Refill Success Number 17 1964).
  • (Success Desk Calendar No. 17 1956).
  • (Success Desk Calendar No. 17 1954).
  • (The Ever Ready Calendar No. 717 1950).
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book July 13, 1958-September 30, 1959).
  • The Artist’s Diary 1959 Winsor & Newton Inc.
  • 1958 (Calendar Notebook).
  • 1950 (Date Book).
  • 1949 (The Excelsior Diary).
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book July 12, 1956-October 2, 1957).
  • Compliment of Collegiate Cap and Gown Company O.C. Aderhold (Date Book July 1, 1966-September 20, 1967).
  • 1953 (Date Book).
  • (Bank Book-The Citizens And Southern National Bank Athens, Georgia 1945-1951).
  • 1950 (The Excelsior Diary).
  • Best Wishes From Josten’s (Date Book July 11, 1957-October 1, 1958).
  • Compliments of Collegiate Cap And Gown Company O. C. Aderhold (Date Book July 1, 1965-September 21, 1966).
  • 1966 (National Diary Calendar Book).
  • 1966 Artist’s Diary Winsor & Newton Inc.
  • Compliments of Collegiate Cap and Gown Company O.C. Aderhold (Date Book June 25, 1964-September 15, 1965).
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book June 27, 1963-September 16, 1964).
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book June 30, 1960-September 20, 1961).
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book July 9, 1959-September 28, 1960.
  • Day By Day (Date Book 1960).
  • General Electric 1964 (Diary).
  • O.C. Aderhold (Date Book June 28, 1962-September 18, 1963).
  • 1962 Artist’s Diary Winsor & Newton Inc.
  • Compliments of Collegiate Cap and Gown Company O.C. Aderhold (Date Book June 29, 1961-September 19, 1962).
  • (Success Desk Calendar Number 17 1965).
  • Compliments of Collegiate Cap and Gown Company O.C. Aderhold (Date Book July 1, 1967-September 18, 1968).
  • (Dr. O.C. Aderhold-Name Cards). *(no folder, no date)
  • (From the McGregor Company Printing Department-200 Business Cards June 3, 1961).
  • 1947 (The Excelsior Diary).
  • Diary (The Ideal Midget Diary Year 1948).
  • (Dr. O.C. Aderhold-Name Cards). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Index Cards-Addresses and Phone Numbers). *(no folder, no date).
  • (The University of Georgia Athens with the compliments of Omer Clyde Aderhold).*(no folder, no date).
  • (Address Book and Stationery Set). *(no date).
  • (Reed & Barton Sterling & Slate).
  • (Success Desk Calendar 1967).
  • (Success Desk Calendar 1966).
  • (Memo Pad-“Memo from O.C. Aderhold”). *(no folder, no date).

UGA 97-100:28

  • (Services Of The Citizens And Southern Banks In Georgia 1968-1969).
  • Personal C&S National Bank (1964).
  • (The Citizens and Southern National Bank-September 27, 1968). *(no folder)
  • (Citizens And Southern System Inter-Office Correspondence-September 23, 1968). *(no folder).
  • (The Citizens And Southern National Bank, Atlanta, Georgia-September 9, 1968). *(no folder).
  • O.C. Aderhold Expense Statements (1967).
  • Howell Cobb Papers April 1848. *(empty folder).
  • Contributions, Payments, Etc. O.C. Aderhold (1962).
  • Christmas Cards Received (1967).
  • Personnel (1967).
  • Recollections Outlines 1968.
  • Memoirs Correspondence (1968).
  • (Georgia Center 1968).
  • Continuing Education Center (1953).
  • Payroll Sheets (1969).
  • Memoirs Background Material (1946).
  • Memoirs Copies of all Sections (1968).
  • Howell Cobb Papers Dec. 1847.
  • Sugar Bowl Trip Dec 1968.
  • Sapelo Island (1954).
  • Graduate Studies Research Center (1969).
  • Biographical Data-O.C. Aderhold (1938).
  • (Summary Of The Conference On Improving Agriculture And Related Sciences In Land Grant Institutions In The Southern States-Council On Graduate Education In The Agricultural Sciences-Southern Regional Education Board, May 16-17, 1968).
  • (Annual Report Council On Graduate Education In The Agricultural Sciences 1967 To W.K. Kellogg Foundation By Southern Regional Education Board).
  • SREB Personal Correspondence 1968.
  • (The Negro & Higher Education In The South-A Statement by the Commission on Higher Education Opportunity in the South, August 1967).
  • Sapelo Trip OCA 1968.
  • Proposal Application of Modern Educational Media to Basic Courses in the Agricultural Sciences 1968.
  • Rotary Club 1967.
  • Phi Delta Kappa 1967.
  • Personal Trip Scandinavian August 1968.
  • Personal Correspondence Relatives 1967.
  • Correspondence Dr. Davison 1967-68.
  • Personal Correspondence Jul-Dec (1967).
  • Personal Correspondence 1968 Jan-June (1968).
  • Personal Correspondence Jul-Dec 1968.
  • Personal Correspondence Jan-Jun 1969.
  • Personal Correspondence July-December 1969.
  • Pending-O.C. Aderhold (1967).
  • Invitations 1967-68.
  • Invitations 1969.
  • Memorandum-Building-Graduate Research. *(empty folder)
  • December-Engagements (1968).
  • November-Engagements (1968).
  • Hold (1969).
  • Comparison Studies for Athletic Dept. 1968.
  • January-Engagements (1968).
  • February-Engagements (1968).
  • March-Engagements (1969).
  • April-Engagements (1969).
  • May Engagements (1969).
  • June-Engagements (1969).
  • August-Engagements. *(empty folder).
  • September-Engagements (1968).
  • October-Engagements (1968).

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  • (Athens Banner-Herald and The Daily News Editorials, page 4, Sunday, July 6, 1969).
  • (Athens Banner-Herald & The Daily News, “Death Claims President Emeritus O.C. Aderhold,” Saturday July 5, 1969).
  • (The Red and Black Wednesday, July 9, 1969).
  • (Athens Banner-Herald Sunday, May 26, 1946).
  • (“Top Educators Tell Teachers State Problems”-“Aderhold is Named GEA Head,” Feb. 2, 1949).
  • (The Atlanta Journal Saturday, Feb. 12, 1949).
  • (Newspaper Clippings, Jan.-Feb. 1947).
  • (Blank Sheet of Paper).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-“Dr. O.C. Aderhold Will Conduct Workshop” & “Augusta’s Forum To Hear Address By Dr. Aderhold”).
  • *(no date)
  • (Newspaper Clippings-O.C. Aderhold). *(no date)
  • (“Sparks-Adel High School Receives First Victory Corps Certificate-Dr. Aderhold Makes Presentation at Brilliant Exercises” & “High School to Get Corps Certificate-State Director, O.C. Aderhold To Make Presentation Thursday Night,” Feb. 9-Feb. 11, 1943).
  • (“Ohio State Honors O.C. Aderhold With Ph.D. Degree” & “Popular University Family To Leave Athens This Week). *(no date)
  • (Atlanta Constitution-June 3, 1943).
  • (“Help Schools, Sans Strings—Studebaker”). *(no date)
  • (Newspaper Clippings-Georgia Rural Population and Farm Families, 1946).
  • (The Atlanta Constitution Sunday, May 26, 1946).
  • (GEA-The Red and Black February-March 1949).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-GEA February 1949).
  • (GEA-The Banner-Herald, Athens, Georgia March 1949).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-GEA March 1949).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-Tax Referendum & Budget Approval March-April 1949).
  • (The Atlanta Journal Writers Discuss Local, State, National, and World Affairs-“Should You Vote Yes Or No In The Tax Referendum On Tuesday?” Sunday, April 3, 1949).
  • (The Atlanta Constitution Editorial Pages Thursday, April 7, 1949).
  • (Tax Referendum-The Atlanta Constitution Thursday, April 7, 1949).
  • (Teacher recess in response to referendum April 8, 1949).
  • (Teacher Conference & Session-The Atlanta Constitution). *(no date)
  • (Education Conference-The Atlanta Journal, Jan. 21, 1948). *(no date)
  • (Newspaper Clippings-Teacher Education). *(no date)
  • (“’Utilize Resources Aderhold,’ Aderhold Stresses To Forestry Group,” and “Summer Quarter to Offer Top Curricula This Year,” The Atlanta Journal, February 20, 1948).
  • (GEA-The Atlanta Journal Thursday, March 4, 1948).
  • (GEA-The Banner-Herald, Athens). *(no date)
  • (“Florida Gets Cream Of Georgia Teachers,” The Atlanta Journal Sunday, April 11, 1948).
  • (University Professor James Barfoot’s connection to Henry Wallace and allegations of communist activity, The Atlanta Journal Thursday, May 13, 1948).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-“Wallaceites Want Their Political Cake” and “Mr. Barfoot’s Freedom To Do as He Pleads”). *(no date)
  • (Statewide Education-The Red and Black, Friday, June 25, 1948).
  • (“Georgia-Made Film on Food Wins U.S. ‘Best’ in Education”-The Atlanta Journal; “Dr. Aderhold To Speak At Vesper Service Sunday”; “Dr. O.C. Aderhold;” “Two Education Conferences Scheduled To Open in August”-The Red and Black, Friday, July 30, 1948).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-State Education). *(no date)
  • (Newspaper Clippings-Governor Thompson and O.C. Aderhold address problems facing education). *(no date)
  • (Georgia Education-The Atlanta Constitution Friday, Oct. 15, 1948).
  • (Education-The Atlanta Constitution Nov. 1-12, 1948).
  • (Education Concerns and Conferences-The Banner Herald, Athens and The Atlanta Journal). *(no date)
  • (School Program, Teacher Education, and GEA-The Atlanta Constitution Dec. 17-19, 1948). *(no date)
  • (Dr. O.C. Aderhold at Educational Conferences and Speeches-The Banner-Herald, Athens 1948).
  • (Dr. O.C. Aderhold addresses educational group-The Banner Herald, Athens; attends seniors reception; and speaks at graduation-The Lavonia Times 1947).
  • (State Veteran’s Education Council-The Atlanta Constitution Friday, May 9, 1947).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-School Leader Workshop). *(no date)
  • (O.C. Aderhold and Education-The Atlanta Journal Sunday, August 24, 1947).
  • (Teacher education and other educational issues-The Atlanta Constitution Jan. 5-27, 1950).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-Educational Funds 1950).
  • (State Funds for Teachers and University System-The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution 1950).
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia 1950.
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (“Aderhold Named University President”) 1950.
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (Aderhold takes position of University President-The Atlanta Journal) 1950.
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (Dr. C.C. Murray and Board of Regents) 1950.
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (“New University President Is Just Ordinary Family Man-The Atlanta Constitution, Fri., July 21, 1950).
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (O.C. Aderhold and Board of Regents-The Atlanta Journal July 21, 1950).
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (O.C. Aderhold and Dr. C.C. Murray appointments at the University July 1950).
  • Presidency- The University of Georgia (O.C. Aderhold as new university head Sept. 1950).
  • (“Dr. Aderhold Assumes Duties”-The Atlanta Constitution Sept. 1950).
  • (“Foreign Newspaper Editors To See Georgia-Maryland Football Battle”-The Atlanta Journal Sept. 20, 1950).
  • (“Georgia Game Scouted By Editorial ‘Little UN’”- The Atlanta Constitution Sunday, Sept. 24, 1950).
  • (University Agricultural Plan-The Atlanta Journal Sept. 1950).
  • (University Symphony Orchestra and Board of Regents 1950).
  • (“Athenians Get Posts in Crippled Children’s Society Oct. 23, 1950).
  • (Dr. O. C. Aderhold presidential activities Oct. 27, 1950).
  • (University Construction Projects 1950).
  • (Gilbert Portrait and University Plans-The Atlanta Journal 1950).
  • (President O.C. Aderhold 1950).
  • Meetings 1950.
  • (Construction of the Ilah Dunlap Memorial Library 1950).
  • (Conferences, Meetings, and Speeches 1950).
  • (University Expansion and Education Awards 1951).
  • (University’s 150th Anniversary and Plans For The Future 1951).
  • (Educational Honorees and New School of Veterinary Medicine 1951).
  • (University’s Sesquicentennial and Founder’s Day 150-51).
  • (University’s Sesquicentennial Oct. 1950).
  • (University Tribute-Sesquicentennial 1951).
  • (“Grad Talmadge Signs Tribute to Georgia Charter” and University plans for future 1951).
  • (University Sesquicentennial Celebration Jan. 1951).
  • (“University Opens Anniversary Celebration Tomorrow” 1951).
  • (University Sesquicentennial Jan. 27-28, 1951).
  • (“Oldest Chartered State University...Georgia’s 150th Birthday”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine January 28, 1951).
  • (Article continued from the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine 1951).
  • (Georgia Corn Growers Club, Conferences, and Speeches 1951).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-“Georgia Crop Association Sets Meeting,” “Patton Elected Leader of CPI,” and “Farm Mechanization Conference Slated” 1951).
  • (University Expansion and Parents Day 1951).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-GEA 1951).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-GEA 1951).
  • (GEA Session The Atlanta Constitution, Sat., March 24, 1951).
  • (Meetings and Conferences The Atlanta Journal Friday, March 30, 1951).
  • (O.C. Aderhold’s Inauguration May 1951).
  • (O.C Aderhold’s speeches and conferences 1951).
  • Inauguration (1951).
  • Inauguration (1951).
  • (“University Installs President Aderhold”-Athens Banner-Herald Wednesday, May 9, 1951).
  • (University Goals May 1951).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-“Inaugurated, Dr. Aderhold Tells Plans” May, 1951).
  • (Inauguration and “Best Wishes to the New University President”-Athens Banner Herald May 11, 1951 & Atlanta Constitution May 10, 1951).
  • (Newspaper Article “Dr. O.C. Aderhold Inaugurated As University of Georgia Head,” May 9, 1951).
  • (Inauguration May 1951).
  • (O.C. Aderhold-Appearances and Speeches 1951).
  • (First Garden Club marker dedication and speech to The Athens League of Women Voters May 1951).
  • (Newspaper Clippings-commencement ceremony, groundbreaking for new dorms, Dr. Milton P Jarnagin picture dedication, and Chappelle Matthews honored with citation).
  • (Georgia farm and agricultural research 1951).
  • (Second Annual Pasture Field Day in Seminole Field August 1951).
  • (Seminole Pasture tour and progress August 1951).
  • (Circuit Riders Conference and August graduation 1951).
  • (4-H Foundation). *(no date)
  • (Newspaper article, “4-H’ers Take Over Rock Eagle Park”). *(no date)
  • (4-H Camp in Rock Eagle 1951).
  • (Calhoun Farm Substation Opening Sept. 1951).
  • (The issue of football at Georgia and Georgia Tech Sept. 1951).
  • (Sumter Substation, Freshman Orientation, and Federal Agencies 1951).
  • (University groups and tenth district teachers 1951).
  • (Board of Regents football de-emphasis 1951).
  • (Football de-emphasis debate 1951).
  • (Football de-emphasis debate continued 1951).
  • (“Education Conference Delegates Begin Third Day Of Work Today”-The Atlanta Constitution 1951).
  • (Football de-emphasis debate Nov. 1951).
  • (Football de-emphasis-“Georgia Grid Setup Praised,” “UGA Athletic Tradition To Be Upheld –Aderhold,” and “President Aderhold Gives Views On Intercollegiate Athletics” November 1951).
  • (First Lady Mrs. Aderhold January 1952).
  • (President Aderhold’s progress and future plans for the university January 1952).
  • (University news and facts January-February 1952).
  • (Red and Black letter to the Board of Regents, Aderhold speech at West Georgia, Illinois Education Conference, and Professional Woman of the Year April 1952).
  • (Yale president A. Whitney Griswold’s visit, university training program in Brazil or Libya, university is honored by foundations and receives grants, and Georgia vocational teachers March-April 1952).
  • (4-H Team, Farm leaders study progress in Georgia, and Diary Lab dedication May 1952).
  • (“New Building Dedicated at Mountain Station,” “Campus Honors Dr. Brooks At Dinner Friday,” “AAUW Tea Held at Home of President and Mrs. Aderhold,” and “Tea on Tuesday to Honor New Members of AAUW” 1952). (“Georgia, Benning Launch New School Program”-The Columbus Enquirer; and “Ft. Benning Will Open College Classes” 1952). (“Women’s Club Officials”-June 24, 1952; “Report Cites Progress of Experiment Station”-The Atlanta Constitution July 24, 1952; “Graduate Courses Planned For Atlanta Businessmen”- The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, July 24, 1952; “Aderhold Urges Adult Education”-July 19, 1952; “Principals Meet Here on July 30”-July 24, 1952; “Our Land-Grant Schools Have Served Us Well”-The Atlanta Constitution, July 5, 1952; “Dr. Aderhold Emory Speaker”-Atlanta Journal, July 23, 1952). (4-H program at Rock Eagle Park and Aderhold’s plans for adult education 1952). (“Georgia’s Maids”-The Atlanta Journal, October 1952; “Collegians Hit Cancellation;” “It is Just as Some Have Always Contended: Men Are Not Quite So Bold as Women Think” 1952). (“Bulloch Farmer wins $500 In 5-Acre Cotton Contest”-Atlanta Constitution, December 16, 1952; “16 Appointed For Crusade”-November 30, 1952; “Dr. Aderhold Named To Advisory Group”; “Georgians See SMU Legal Site”-Dallas Morning Star, November 7, 1952). (“4-H Honors Day Held on Saturday”-Athens Banner-Herald, Sunday, December 14, 1952; “Dr. Aderhold Tell Church Group Of State Need For Rural Education”; “Frosh Ruled Eligible For ’53 Competition”-December 14, 1952). (“Experiment Stations Mean Extra Millions;” “Purpose of a University Is to Teach the Truth”-February 2, 1953; “Agricultural Research Badly Needs Bolstering”-The Atlanta Journal, February 5, 1953; “University Hosts”- Athens Banner-Herald, February 22, 1953; “Education Group Names Aderhold”-January 27, 1953; “State Funds Urged Against Poultry Peril”-The Atlanta Journal, Tuesday, February 3, 1953). (“U. of Ga. to Award 100 Fall Scholarships”-The Atlanta Constitution, Friday, March 27, 1953; “Aderhold Visits Florida Campus This Weekend”-March 19, 1953; “Georgia Youngsters Deserve a Chance”-The Atlanta Constitution, Saturday, March 28, 1953; “Aderhold Is Alumni Speaker”-1953). (Educators visit college and hold meeting at Park Place hotel-May 7, 1953; “New Dairy Lab Declared Forward Step for Georgia”). (“President’s Reception”-Athens Banner-Herald, June 9, 1953; “University System Funds Cut $385, 164 by Regents”-Atlanta Constitution, June 11, 1953; “Blind Youth Asks No Quarter at Law School”-June 14, 1953). (“Sapelo Site For Marine Study Group”-Atlanta Constitution, June 11, 1953; “Rose Society”-June 19, 1953; “Welcomes Visitors”-June 24, 1953).
  • (“University Teachers Are Hired By State”-August 26, 1953; “Collins Willing to Take Second Look at ‘Plan’”-August 26, 1953; “4-H Club Land Dispute Called Danger to Grant”-Atlanta Journal 1953; “Putnam Leaders Charge Regents’ Plan Will Peril State 4-H Camp”-Atlanta Constitution, July 10, 1953).
  • (“Kellogg Official Comes to Study University Plan”-Atlanta Journal, August 5, 1953; “Dr. Aderhold to Speak Tuesday At Rotary Meet”-Rockmart Journal, August 7, 1953; “Emory Grads Told Free Thought Value”-August 23, 1953; “Aderhold Confers Science Scholarships”-1953).
  • (“Davison’s Presents University With Globe”-September 18, 1953; “Books Must Be Open”-September 9, 1953; “Here Is a Beacon For All Americans”-September 17, 1953).
  • (“Tour Editors View Northeast Georgia”-October 14, 1953).
  • (“Times Have Changed Schoolteaching And the ‘Modern’ Pupil Is Brighter”-The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Sunday, October 25, 1953; “Watching Bulldogs Win”-October 27, 1953; “Tobacco Scion’s Toothpaste Smile”-October 25, 1953; “Guests Entertained By President And Mrs. O.C. Aderhold”-October 18, 1953; “Church Dedicated By Dr. Aderhold”-Oct. 20, 1953).
  • (“U. of Ga. Names Leaders For Home Ec School”-November 12,1953; “Six County Georgia Alumni Dinner Planned Here Friday”-Waycross Journal-Herald, Thursday November 5, 1953; “Speirs Named Home Ec Dean in Department Reorganization”-November 12, 1953; “McWhorter Installed in Hall of Fame”-The Atlanta Journal Constitution Sunday, November 1, 1953; “$50,000 Farm Electric Building Given 4-H’ers”-The Atlanta Constitution, Saturday, November 14, 1953).
  • (Issue of Segregation-Red and Black vs. Roy Harris, November 1953).
  • (“Big things are happening behind the old Georgia Arch”-The Augusta Chronicle, Sunday, November 15, 1953).
  • (“Behind the Old Georgia Arch”-The Augusta Chronicle, Sunday, November 15, 1953).
  • (“Behind the Old Georgia Arch” continued).
  • (“Behind the Old Georgia Arch” continued).
  • Kellogg Foundation Grant for University of Georgia Center For Continuing Education (November 19, 1953).
  • (“Kellogg, Governor Allocate Funds For New Adult Education Center”-The Red and Black, Thursday, November 19, 1953).
  • (“Many Angles in Regent Inquiry”-Atlanta Journal Constitution, Sunday, November 29, 1953; “Aderhold Elected To Head Conference”-December 1953; “Aderhold Attends Athletic Meeting”-December 1953).
  • (“Aderhold Names Masters And Lowe As Higher Educational Directors”-Athens Banner-Herald, January 3, 1954; “Aderhold Names Masters Adult Center Director”-The Atlanta Journal, January 4, 1954).
  • (“Agricultural Experiment Stations Lift Georgia’s Face, Glamorize Its Crops”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sunday, January 3, 1954; “Call to Georgia Alumni Sounded Over WSB-TV”-January 28, 1954).
  • (“10,000 by June Goal of Georgia Alumni”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sunday, January 3, 1954).
  • (“University Head Urges Dormitory Expansion”-Atlanta Constitution, February 18, 1954; “Keys To Law Institute Presented”-Athens Banner-Herald, Sunday, May 2, 1954; “Can Train Teachers, Sparks Says”-Atlanta Constitution, March 20, 1954; “Parents Day Slated May 7”-Middle College Georgia Paper, April 28, 1954).
  • (“Talmadge Portrait Is Placed Among State’s Leading Livestock Benefactors”-The Statesman, Thursday, May 13, 1954).
  • (“15 Per Cent Rise In State College Enrollment For Fall”-The Atlanta Journal Tuesday, August 3, 1954).
  • (“Irrigation Labeled Best Investment for Farms”-The Atlanta Journal Thursday, August 19, 1954, “Georgia Farm Change Told to World Readers”-The Atlanta Journal, Thursday, August 19, 1954).
  • (University progress needs and Watson Walker Memorial-Atlanta Journal, November 1954).
  • (“Grid Fans Poured Into Athens And Rain Poured With Them”-Atlanta Journal Constitution, November 28, 1954).
  • (“A University of Georgia Professor’s Thesis Became Framework for Minimum Foundation Plan”-Atlanta Journal, 1954).
  • (“Dedicate $400,000 Building for Farm Use”-The Atlanta Constitution, Tuesday, December 21, 1954; “Dr. Aderhold Is Honored By County”-The Rouston Record, December 16, 1954).
  • (“Aderhold and Tillman Are C. & S. Directors”-Athens, January 9, 1955, “A Brighter Beacon”- The Red and Black, January 13, 1955).
  • (“Journalism Pupils Get WSB-TV Spot”-The Atlanta Journal And Constitution, Sunday, January 16, 1955).
  • (“An Arena Works Overtime”-The Atlanta Constitution, January 19, 1955; “Regents Ask April Report On Atlanta Div. ‘Divorce’”-the Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, February 10, 1955; “Receives Call-February 22, 1955).
  • (“Importance Of Referendum April 5th Is Stressed Here”-Athens; “Honored At Reception”-The Athens Banner-Herald; “University ‘Pitiful’, Says Aderhold”-Atlanta Journal, March 22, 1955; “Dr. Aderhold To Address Rotary Club”).
  • (“Politics, Depression, War Created Major Problems For State Regents Board”-The Atlanta Constitution, Sunday, March 20, 1955).
  • (“Members of University System And Present Enrollments”-Atlanta Journal, March 2, 1955).
  • (“Georgia’s Colleges Are at Crossroads; Students Increase and Facilities Lag”- Sunday, March 20, 1955).
  • (“Proposed Divorcement Of Atlanta Division Stirs Heated Debate”-Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sunday, March 27, 1955).
  • (“Division Makes Progress Despite Hurdles, Crises”-The Atlanta Journal, Sunday, March 27, 1955).
  • (“Division Thrives on Crises”-previous story continued).
  • (“Caldwell Endorses Independent College”-The Atlanta Journal, April 12, 1955).
  • (“A Separate University in Atlanta Is Unsound”-Atlanta Journal, April 11, 1955; “Let Atlanta Division Remain Unit of Athens”-Atlanta Constitution, April 12, 1955; “Rep. Murr Hits Plan to Limit Atlanta Division”- Atlanta Journal, April 13, 1955).
  • (“University Is In Difficulty”-Atlanta Journal, April 14, 1955; “Atlanta Division Is Left Unsettled”-The Atlanta Constitution, April 14, 1955; “University Dispute Is A Good, Healthy Thing”-Atlanta Constitution, April 15, 1955).
  • (“Experiment Station Building To Be Dedicated Tuesday”-The Atlanta Journal, Monday, May 23, 1955; “Money for Research Is Bread Upon the Waters”-Atlanta; “Tifton Experiment Station Dedicates Building Today”-Constitution State News Service, May 23, 1955; “Yearbook Dedicated”-May 26, 1955; “WGC Graduation June 1”-Constitution State News Service, May 24, 1955).
  • (“’Sparks Building’ Is Logical Name”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, May 1, 1955; “University of Georgia Limits Its Enrollment”-The Atlanta Constitution, July 20, 1955; “Junior Colleges for Georgia Stressed”-Atlanta Constitution, May 5, 1955).
  • (“Aderhold Report Shows University’s Progress Despite Critical Needs”-Wednesday, December 28, 1955, “University’s Progress, Needs Cited By Aderhold”-The Atlanta Journal, December 23, 1955).
  • (“Tie Ag Schools Together, Georgia Alumni Urge”-The Atlanta Journal, Thursday, December 29, 1955; “Georgia, Like Tech Is Holding Its Own”-Atlanta Constitution, December 29, 1955; “Aderhold Notes University Strides in Annual Report”-Atlanta Constitution, December 29, 1955; “’Ag Hill’ Might Benefit”-The Atlanta Journal, December 29, 1955).
  • (“U. of Georgia Slates 4-H Honors Day”-Constitution State News Service, December 11, 1955; “SEC Expansion Action Delayed”-Nashville Banner, December 9, 1955; “Pres. Aderhold Backs Bulldog Grid Staff”-Atlanta Journal, December 1, 1955).
  • (“Aderhold Studying Ag Setup Revamp”-Atlanta Journal, January 3, 1956; “Aderhold Named to Teacher Supply Study Committee”-February 27, 1956; “Aderhold Cites U. of Ga. Staff Loses”-Atlanta Constitution, February 7, 1956).
  • (“He Hits Nail On The Head”-Griffin Daily News, 1956; “U. of Georgia Gains Under Dr. Aderhold”-Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 1956; “Special Grants To University Total $462, 372”-April 4, 1956; “U. of Ga. Chief Says Student Coddling Past”-April 27, 1956).
  • (“University System To Add 4,000 Students in 2 Years”-May 6, 1956; “Aderhold Speaks At Men’s Club”-May 23, 1956; “Record Number Registers For State HD Conference”-The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, June 7, 1956; “Athens Ideal Spot For Lab”-Atlanta Journal, June 26, 1956).
  • (“City Still In Running For Big $19,000,000 Research Laboratory”-Athens Banner-Herald, July 5, 1956).
  • (“U. of Ga. Gets %5 Million for Science Hub”; “Science Center Gets $5 Million From Griffin”; “The Lazy Scholars Sweat”-August 5, 1956; “Athens Science Plans Mature”-August 9, 1956).
  • (“University Officials Praise New Science Center Gift”-Athens Banner-Herald, August 9, 1956).
  • (“Griffin Allocates $5,000,000 For University Science Center”-Athens Banner-Herald, August 10, 1956; “Scientific Education Leaps Suddenly Ahead”).
  • (“University Begins Work on Educational Television Station”-Athens Banner-Herald, September 6, 1956).
  • (“Pots and Pans Earn Scholarships for Two”-The Atlanta Journal Friday, October 26, 1956).
  • (“Educator says U.S. must remain strong”-Augusta Chronicle December 10, 1956).
  • (“University Acquires Bold, New Look For Expansions In 1957”-Athens Banner-Herald; “Dr. Aderhold Says Education Is Best Way to Build State”; “New Opportunity Rings For Adults In Georgia”-Atlanta Journal, December 25, 1956; “Pres. Aderhold Remains Mum On Georgia Football Situation”-December 3, 1956).
  • (“Construction Of $297,000 Structure Expected Completed For Use This Year”-Athens Banner-Herald, January 29, 1957; “Program for State Reflects Progress”-Atlanta Constitution, January 10, 1957).
  • (“$10,000,000 Worth of Smiles”-Athens Banner-Herald, February 14, 1957; “Typical Conference Scene At New Georgia Center”-Athens Banner-Herald February 14, 1957; “Several Thousands Expected to Visit 2 ½ Million Center”- Athens Banner-Herald, February 14, 1957).
  • (“Aderhold Gives Annual ‘State of University’ Report At Press Institute”-Athens Banner-Herald, Thursday, February 21, 1957; “U. of Ga. Cancels Jazz Group With Negro Bass Player”; Georgia Day Dinner-Athens Banner-Herald, February 12, 1957).
  • (“Georgia Opens Plush Center For ‘Continuing Education’”-Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sunday, March 3, 1957).
  • (“Student Ousters for Failures Distressing, Dr. Caldwell Says”-Atlanta Journal, March 1957, “Aderhold Urges Lifelong Education In A Democracy”-March 1957).
  • (“Kellogg Group Praises Ga. Education Center”-The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, April 11, 1957).
  • (“Kellogg Foundation Group Honored At Center Dinner”-Athens Banner-Herald, April 11, 1957).
  • (“Gifts of Stock Return A Two-Way Dividend”-Atlanta Constitution, May 29, 1957; “Athens Needs Dr. Eidson”-May 1957; “Aderhold Addresses NASU”-The Atlanta Constitution, Wednesday, May 8, 1957; “Eidson Succeeds Martin As Dean Of Arts, Sciences”-May 8, 1957; “Wolfson Donates Stock To Seniors at Georgia”-Atlanta Constitution, May 29, 1957).
  • (“Foundation Professors”-The Atlanta Journal, Monday, June 10, 1957; “Mr. Kennedy Stirs Politics”-Atlanta Journal, June 10, 1957; “University Names 8 Foundation Professors”-The Atlanta Journal, June 10, 1957; “Wisdom in Athens”-Atlanta Journal, June 10, 1957).
  • (“Schools Must Face It! Quality Or Quantity?”-Atlanta Journal and Constitution, June 30, 1957, “What College Year Will Cost Students”-Atlanta Journal and Constitution, June 30, 1957).
  • (“University Center Expansion Urged”-Atlanta Journal, July 16, 1957, “Here’s a Boon for Athens”-Atlanta Journal, July 18, 1957).
  • (“U. of Ga. Gets $44,100 for Math Teacher Grants”-Atlanta Constitution, November 25, 1957; “University’s Progress Should Be Accelerated”-Atlanta Constitution, November 27, 1957; “Dormitory Rate Hike Is Regrettable Necessity”; “University Tries For High Goals”-Atlanta Journal, November 29, 1957; “Dr. Aderhold Elected to Land Grant Board”-Atlanta Journal, November 1957).
  • (“Athens Pushes Ahead”-Atlanta Journal, December 2, 1957, “Science Center to Boost University Research Lead”).
  • (“Some 300 Persons To Attend Event; Begins At 7:30”, “University of Georgia Science Center Assured of Construction”-Athens Banner-Herald, December 13, 1957).
  • (“Bulldogs Add 12 Signees To Numerically Tie Jackets”-December 15, 1957, “API, Tech, Georgia List Prep Signees”).
  • (“University Gets Lion’s Share Of Science Grants--$73,600”-February 23, 1958; “U. of Ga. Student Paper Hits Co-Eds Ouster”-The Atlanta Constitution, Tuesday, February 25, 1958; Augusta Optimist Club-Augusta Chronicle, January 1958).
  • (“S.C. College Registrars To Hear of U. of Ga. Prexy”-April 23, 1958, “Accent on the Positive”-Atlanta Journal April 4, 1958).
  • (“Georgia’s Outstanding Athletes”; “U. of Ga. Gets AEC Aid For Nuclear Instruction”-May 1958; “$12 Million Project Beacon In 1957; Expected To Be Ready For Use Next Year”-Athens Banner-Herald, May 5, 1958).
  • (“Help Where It Counts”-Atlanta Journal, June 1, 1958, “University’s Graduates Hear Practical Speech”-Atlanta Constitution, June 14, 1958).
  • (“The Rising Wind”-The Atlanta Journal, November 19, 1958; “TY Cobb Lifetime Pass to Georgia Sports Events in 1958”; “Dr. Aderhold Is Nominated For Hall of Fame”-The Lavonia Times, December 26, 1958; Letter to the Editor-Athens Banner-Herald, December 19, 1958; “Georgia’s Prexy ‘Pulling for Both’”-December 1958; “Dr. H.C. Aderhold-A cup for each team”).
  • (“The Education Argument-How vs. What…No. 2”-Atlanta Journal Constitution, November 9, 1958).
  • (“Education Students Low on IQ Test”-1958).
  • (“Education Majors Trail-How vs. What…4”-The Atlanta Journal, November 12, 1958).
  • (“Why Few Flunk in Education-How vs. What…5”).
  • (“Teacher Grades ‘a joke’-How vs. What…No. 6”).
  • (“University Science Center Dedication Held Today At Noon”-Athens Banner-Herald, January 6, 1959).
  • (“University Science Center Hailed As Great Milestone”-Athens Banner-Herald, January 7, 1959).
  • (“College Age Limit Bill Due House Vote Today”-The Atlanta Journal, January 28, 1959).
  • (“Dr. Aderhold Named to South’s Hall of Fame”-Lavonia Times, February 13, 1957, “University Lags in Funds, Says Dr. Aderhold”).
  • (“Wally’s the ‘Most’ to Gov. Vandiver, Ex-Water Boy”, “State Officials Honor Georgia Coach”-February 15, 1959).
  • (“Rep. Brown Lauds Aderhold From House Floor”-Banner-Herald Washington Staff, Sunday, March 1, 1959; “Address By Cab Chairman Highlights ’59 Sales Meet”-The Southernaire, March 1959; “Self-Study Project Cited”-The Atlanta Journal, March 12, 1959).
  • (“South needs better educated young people, AEA group told”-The Birmingham News, March 12, 1959; “New Rules Peril Off-Campus Work”-Atlanta Journal and Constitution, March 22, 1959).
  • (“Ga. Educator Is Acclaimed”-The Anderson Independent, April 9, 1959; “Name Aderhold To Hall of Fame”; “Dr. O.C. Aderhold Receives Honors”-The Carnesville Herald, April 16, 1959).
  • (“Dr. O.C. Aderhold Receives Honors”-Lavonia Times, Friday, April 17, 1959; “Athens Rotarians Honor University President Twice”-April 15, 1959; “Name Aderhold to Hall of Fame”-April 1959; “Deserving Leader”-The Red and Black; “Aderhold Named for Two Honors”-Athens Banner-Herald, April 13, 1959; “Aderhold Receives Two Honors”).
  • (“A Narrow Interpretation”- Atlanta Journal, April 23, 1959; “If Aim is Confusion, It’s Here in abundance”-Atlanta Constitution, April 23, 1959; “Deep South Still Lags In Field of Education”-Atlanta Constitution, March 24, 1959; “State Colleges Map Enroll Plans”-Atlanta Journal, March 23, 1959).
  • (“College Age Is Reworked; Rolls Opened”; “Vandiver Lauds Regents For College Age Review”-Atlanta Constitution, April 24, 1959; “College Age Law Is Re-Interpreted”-The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, April 23, 1959).
  • (“University Head Will Be Awarded Honor Degree”-April 14, 1959; “Supplements Hold Top Teachers, Donors Told”-The Atlanta Journal, May 7, 1959; “Governor Was In No Hurry”-June 1959; “O.C. Aderhold to Help Map Education Plan”-1959).
  • (“3 Alumni, 3 on Staff Honored At Georgia”-June 6, 1959; “1,200 Graduate At Athens Despite Irritating Drizzle” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sunday, June 7, 1959; “University Cites Tobacco Heir”-June 1959).
  • (“University Gets $160,000 For Liberal Arts Studies”; “University Has Stake In State’s Colleges”-Atlanta Constitution, August 8, 1959; “Georgia Tech Alumni Set Enviable Record”-Atlanta Constitution, August 5, 1959; “Phil Campbell Hits Educational Faults”-The Atlanta Journal, Friday, August 7, 1959).
  • (“Loss of Teachers Cited At 7th District Meet”; “College Presidents Unhurt in Crash”; “Aderhold, Harrison Unhurt When Car Skids Into Truck” 1959).
  • (“Aderhold Explains View of American Education”-Carroll County Georgian, September 24, 1959; “Dr. O.C. Aderhold Is WG Speaker, September 24, 1959; “Carroll County Georgian September 24, 1959).
  • (“Vandiver Breaks Ground For 6 New Dorms at U. of Ga.”- Atlanta Constitution, September 29, 1959; “University Is Preparing For Influx of Students”- The Atlanta Constitution, September 29, 1959; “Good Signs For Education”; “State Kiwanis Meets Sunday In Savannah”-Atlanta Journal, October 7, 1959; “Good Neighbor Policy”-Atlanta Journal, September 28, 1959).
  • (“Georgia U Center Widens Horizons”-The Christian Science Monitor, October 3, 1959; “Dr. Aderhold Cites Needs in Education”-The Atlanta Journal, October 12, 1959; “Education Center at University Great Opportunity for Georgians” 1959).
  • (“Aderhold’s Annual Report Show Striking Progress”- Athens Banner-Herald, November 26, 1959; “Failure of Bright students To Attend College Deplored”- The Atlanta Journal, November 5, 1959; “Year of Progress At the University”-Columbus Leader, November 19, 1959).
  • (“Preliminary Bout”-December 1959).
  • (“OB Fever’s Catching-For VIP’s Too”-The Miami Herald, Wednesday, December 30, 1959).
  • (“’Brains Avoid Teaching’-Teaching the Teachers---No. 2”-Journal Washington, 1960).
  • (“Graduates Lower on Test-Teaching the Teacher…No. 3”-1960).
  • (‘Most Critics Off Base-Teaching the Teacher…No. 5”, “Teacher Education Articles Criticized” 1960).
  • (“Students With Low IQ’s Get Top Mark In Grading-Teaching the Teacher…No. 6”, “Teaching The Teacher” 1960).
  • (“Are They Getting Proper Training?-Teaching the Teachers…No. 7 1960).
  • (“Gaps in Teacher Training”-Atlanta Journal, January 13, 1960, “Let Regents Board Remain as It Is”-Atlanta Constitution, January 16, 1960).
  • (“While One School Problem Gets Notices, Another Is Forgotten”-Atlanta Journal, February 2, 1960).
  • (“Aderhold To Address Annual Chamber Banquet Feb. 11”-The Post Searchlight-Bainbridge, Ga. February 4, 1960).
  • (“Athens Becomes Gambling Center”-The Atlanta Constitution, April 26, 1960).
  • (“State Agents Walk In On Slot Machine Plant In Athens Tax Inquiry”-Atlanta Constitution, April 26, 1960, “Thorough Cleanup Is Due at Athens”-Atlanta Constitution, April 27, 1960).
  • (“Athens Mayor Pledges Cleanup of Vice, Calls Meeting of Council”-Atlanta Constitution, April 27, 1960).
  • (“Big Time Gamblers Prey On Students at University”-The Atlanta Constitution, April 27, 1960).
  • (“Georgia Coed Visits Here To Find Vice—and Does”; “Vice Probe In Athens Continues”-The Atlanta Journal, April 29, 1960; “School Unaffected By Vice, Deans Say”; “Tate Says Gaming Stirs Little Trouble”-April 27, 1960).
  • (“Vice Operations Extend Across State”-Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 30, 1960).
  • (“Method Over Knowledge”-June 21, 1960; “Teacher Schooling Needs Hard Look”-The Atlanta Constitution, June 21, 1960; “A Merit Pay Testimonial”-Atlanta Journal, July 6, 1960).
  • (“’Better Teacher’ Goal of Study”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sunday, August 7, 1960).
  • (“Education Study Is Humiliating But True Teacher Welcomes It”-August 10, 1960, “Campbell Asks New Plan For Agriculture Teachers”-Atlanta Constitution August 2, 1960).
  • (“The End of an Era”-Atlanta Constitution, December 24, 1960).
  • (“Ellenson Interviewed by Georgia”-Jacksonville Journal, Saturday, December 24, 1960).
  • (“Jack Hairston”-Jacksonville Journal, December 24, 1960, “Ellenson High in Consideration” 1960).
  • (“Mild Anger Or Thanks Is Needed”-January 6, 1961; “Aderhold Cites Progress, Hope”-Athens Banner-Herald, January 1, 1961; “Board Picks Dr. Aderhold”-March 23,1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other Than Georgia (“A Great University Shamed”-Easton Express January 11, 1961).
  • 1961 Integration The University of Georgia Press Clippings other than Georgia (“Riot In Georgia”-The New York Times; “Jeering Crowd”-The Daily Oklahoma, January 10, 1961; “Jeered in Georgia”-The New York Times; “’Negro Go Home!’ Shouts At Student”-Los Angeles, California January 10, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“Charlayne Hunter Interviewed”-January 1961; “Good Conduct At University”-Griffin Daily News, January 1961; “Roy Harris Asks U. Ga. Dismissals”-The Augusta Herald, January 12, 1961; “Roy Harris Conduct Unbecoming”-The Union Recorder January 19, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Suspend Pair ‘For Safety’”-Houston Chronicle).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Rioting by Georgia Students ‘Forces’ Negro Suspensions”-The Berkshire Eagle-Pittsfield, Massachusetts, January 12, 1961).
  • Integration 1961 Press Clippings From States Other Than Georgia (“Dixie Students In Two Battles”-Chicago Daily Tribune, January 1961; “They Don’t Know What The Real Question Is”-The Spartanburg Herald, January 13, 1961; “Georgia Action Shames Nation”-Chicago Daily News, January 13, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Frosh Initiation—Georgia Style”-The Cleveland Press, January 13, 1961, “Relapse at Georgia U.” 1961).
  • 1961 Integration The University of Georgia Press Clippings from Foreign Press (“University of Georgia Blot On University Traditions”-The Windsor Star, January 13, 1961; “Integration Riots: Two Still Banned”; “As We See It”-The Windsor Star, January 13, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“No ‘Well-Done’ Yet”-The Daily Iowan, January 14, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Biased Students Condemned Here”-January 15, 1961; “’It Must Be Fine to Have a College Education’”-The Blade, Toledo Ohio January 13, 1961; “The Stain on Georgia’s Name”-The Miami Herald, January 13, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Anatomy of a Campus Riot”-New York Times, January 15, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Integration: Focus On Colleges”-The New York Times, January 15, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Judge Deals In Double Negative”-Tallahassee Fla., January 15, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Georgia’s Black Eye Clears Up”-San Francisco Chronicle, January 17, 1961).
  • Integration 1961 Articles Taken From Student Newspaper, The Red & Black (“Legislature Asks Return For Suspended Students”-The Red and Black, January 19, 1961, “Calm Returns Here After Administration Orders Restrictions”-The Red and Black, January 19, 1961).
  • Integration 1961 Articles from the Red and Black (“Your Business”-Red and Black, January 19, 1961, Letters to the Editor).
  • Integration 1961 Articles From the Red and Black (“Papers of Nation, State Report on Crisis Here”-January 19, 1961, “Student Leaders”).
  • Integratoin-1961 Press Clippings from States Other than Georgia (“Head of Georgia U. Believes Education Should Be for All”-New York Herald Tribune, January 22, 1961, “Student At Georgia Defends Her School”-The Miami Herald, January 25, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“Faculty of the University of Georgia, Atlanta Newspaper, Let Cat Out of Bag”-The Augusta Courier, January 23, 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“Help Georgia: Don’t Kick Her”-The Albany Herald, January 23, 1961, “PICKRICK SAYS…”).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“Ralph McGill-A Young Man Comes of Age;” “Quarter Grades Given For University Negroes”-March 1961; “Charlayne Honored in N.Y”-March 1961).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“Negro May Delay Dining Hall Use”-1961, “Dining Hall Opened to 2 Negroes”).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“The Whip-Not Education”-Albany Herald, “Offer a Solution, Solon Tells Gray”-Tifton Newspaper).
  • Integration-1961 Clippings from Georgia Press (“Are Athens solons hiding something??”-Waynesboro, Ga The Georgia Recorder, March 15, 1961).
  • Law Day-Attorney General Robert Kennedy’s Speech—Delivered Sunday, May 6, 1961 (“Here Is Text of Robert Kennedy’s Athens Address”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sunday, May 7, 1961).
  • Continued-Attorney General Robert Kennedy’s address at Law Day exercises on May 6, 1961.
  • 1961 (“Griffin Assails C of C Debate Plan as Plot”-Atlanta Journal, May 18, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Workshop Planned At University”-Atlanta Journal, June 26, 1961; “Inman Brandon New Chairman Of U. of Georgia Foundation”-The Atlanta Constitution, Monday, June 26, 1961; “Class of ’31 a Little Grayer, Reviews Past and Likes It”-June 25, 1961; “Caldwell Puts Emphasis Where It Needs to Be”-June 23, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Farmers to See Livestock Research at Reidsville Field Day”-Atlanta Constitution; “University Plans Community Study”-Athens Banner-Herald, June 30, 1961; “New Counseling Program Begun At University”-Athens Banner-Herald, June 30, 1961; “Communication Teachers To Attend Athens Seminar”-Atlanta Constitution, June 29, 1961; “University Alumni Cite 3”- June 28, 1961; “Barrett Named To Alumni Post”-Athens Banner-Herald, June 29, 1961).
  • 1961 ($3,620,000 Loan Approved For Dormitory Here”-June 30, 1961; “$5 Million Okayed for Colleges”-June 30, 1961; “Gifts Supplement Pay at University”-June 30, 1961; “$120,000 In Aid Set For Athens Faculty”-Atlanta Journal, June 29, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Lessons of Riots Are Unmistakable”-July 3, 1961; “Fulton Jury Talks Sense to Citizens”-Atlanta Constitution, June 1961; “500 Teachers to Meet on Reading Problems;” “Reading Meet for 500 Teachers”-Atlanta Journal, July 3, 1961).
  • 1961 (“University Holds Classes At Dalton”-Atlanta Journal; “Dr. Findley Due to Get Athens Post”-July 3, 1961; “85 at University to Take Tour of Milledgeville”-July 3, 1961; “College Salaries Get $350,000 Help”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, July 4, 1961).
  • Integration 1961 Article from Life Magazine.
  • Integration 1961 From Life Magazine (“Prank, Riot and Shock on Georgia Campus”).
  • R.J. Reynolds’ Divorce Case-Dr. O.C. Aderhold was character witness for Mr. Reynolds in first trial (“State’s Highest Court Hears Round 1 of Reynolds Case”-Atlanta Constitution, July 11, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Regents Perfect Secrecy, Silence In Handling the Public’s Business”-July 13, 1961; “Writer’s Workshop To Include Top Names”-July 17, 1961; “Hurst to Head Geology Dept. At University”-July 19, 1961; “Dr. Aderhold Sums Up The Work”-July 30, 1961).
  • 1961 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Feature Story-Sunday, July 30, 1961 (“U. of Georgia Is 160, Rich in Prospect, Past”).
  • 1961 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Feature Story-Sunday, July 30, 1961 (“Second Home For Alumni”).
  • 1961 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Feature Story-Sunday, July 30 1961 (“Arts and Sciences Largest”).
  • 1961 (“Time Out with Loran Smith-Athletics and Education”-September 3, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Youth Must Know About Communism”-Atlanta Constitution; “Role for the Future”-Atlanta Journal, September 10, 1961; “Survival Now Objective of Education, Aderhold Says”-Atlanta Journal, September 6, 1961).
  • 1961 (“First Lady to Fete Alums;” “Fulmer of Tech Joins Farm Push”-The Atlanta Constitution, Tuesday, September 26, 1961; “Law of the Litter Isn’t for People”-September 27, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Kiwanians Slate Aderhold Address”-October 9, 1961; “Aderhold Gets Education Post;” “National Education Group Names Aderhold To Board; “Aderhold Heads Land-Grant Meet”-November 10, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Bob Pruitt-Bulldogs Make Pathetic Showing”-Columbus, Ga Paper, November 1961).
  • 1961 (“’Chef’ Griffith Put In Pot of Trouble”-The Miami Herald, November 3, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Spotlighting Sports-Jimmy Burns”-The Miami Herald November 3, 1961).
  • 1961 (“UM Has Georgia on Mind Tonight”-The Miami Herald November 3, 1961).
  • 1961 (“Johnny: ‘Can Forget That Miami Thing’”-November 7, 1961).
  • 1962 (“Must Aid Emerging Nations, Dr. Aderhold Tells Editors”- The Atlanta Constitution, Thursday, February 22, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Jesse Outlar-The Georgia Story”-February 25, 1962, Military Ball-February 22, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Time Out With Loran Smith-Athletics and Education,” “Ex-Bulldog Fred Tanner Dies in Griffin”-Atlanta Journal, March 9, 1962).
  • 1962 (“’Goat’ Tanner Helped Write Georgian Football History”- Griffin Daily News, Sat. & Sun., Mar. 10-11, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Meet University’s Dr. Williams-His New Role: Mould Educators”-The Atlanta Journal, March 15, 1962, “Dr. Aderhold To Address Club Tonight”-Waycross Journal-Herald, Monday, March 19, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Coach Griffith Welcomes 81 for Second Spring Practice”-Athens Banner-Herald, March 25, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Prompt Pay Hike At U. of Ga. Urged”-The Atlanta Journal, April 25, 1962; “More Faculty Pay”-Atlanta Journal, April 26, 1962; “Better Pay for Teachers”- The Red and Black, Thursday, April 26, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Even Better Faculty Is U. of Ga. Aim;” “Dr. Aderhold To Address Ga. Alumni”-May 14, 1962; “U Ga Faces Faculty Pay Crisis, President Warns”-May 15, 1962; “Water Pollution Research Center to Be Built Here”-May 3, 1962; “Aderhold Gives Comment on Lab”).
  • 1962 (“On a New Plateau”-The Atlanta Journal, June 26, 1962; “Aderhold’s Reelection Is Tribute to Fairness;” “112 Plants Added in 14 Counties-State Industry Spurt Studied”-The Atlanta Journal, Wednesday, June 20, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Griffin Defends His Tax Increase;” “1st Athens Degree Awarded to Negro”-August 1962; “The Noise of Politics Hits, And There’s No Escape”-Atlanta Constitution).
  • 1962 (“Vote for Governor”).
  • 1962 (“Aderhold to Address Bonus Farming Group”-Moultrie Observer, November 13, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Needs of University Listed by Aderhold”-Augusta Herald, November 23, 1962; “$6 Million Vital, Says University;” “University Needs Over $6 Million”-Columbus Ledger, November 23, 1962; “The University’s Problem”-Atlanta Journal, November 26, 1962; “University Needs $6 Million Extra Now, Aderhold Says”).
  • 1962 (“Eugene Patterson-What Does a Legislator Do?”-Atlanta Constitution, December 17, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Paul Cox-Griffith Man on Spot”-The Columbus Enquirer, December 21, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Paul Cox-Sophomores Hold the Key”-The Columbus Enquirer, December 22, 1962).
  • 1962 (“Paul Cox-Soft Spots in the Line”-The Columbus Enquirer, December 25, 1962).
  • 1963 (“Wallace Butts to Vacate Georgia AD Chair in June”-The Atlanta Constitution, February 12, 1963).
  • (“Wally Butts Quitting University June 1”).
  • (“Georgia Plans to Delay Selection of AD”).
  • 1963 (“An AD Needs a Free Rein”-The Atlanta Constitution, February 13, 1963).
  • 1963 (“American Farmers Receive Tribute”-Athens Banner-Herald, February 19, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Marshall-Did they do right by Wally?”-The Birmingham News, Sunday, February 24, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Butts Resignation Official; Ends 24 Years Service”-The Red and Black University of Georgia, Tuesday, February 26, 1963, Billy Mann-Sports Editorial, The Red and Black, February 28, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Paul Cox-Bill Goodwin Lauds Butts”-The Columbus Enquirer).
  • 1963 (“Paul Cox-End of Era At Georgia”-The Columbus Enquirer).
  • 1963 (“Here We Go Again! ‘Red’ Champ”-March 5, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Wally Butts Has Done Much For the University”-The Herald Journal, Greensboro, Ga., March 8, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Butts, Bryant Deny Charge Of Rigging Football Game”-The Atlanta Constitution, March 16, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Butts, Bryant Deny Rigging Grid Game”-continued).
  • 1963 (“The Story of A College Football Fix”-Saturday Evening Post March 23, 1963).
  • 1963 (article continued).
  • 1963 (article continued).
  • 1963 (article continued).
  • 1963 (“Butts, Bryant Deny Post’s Fix Charge”-Atlanta Journal, March 16, 1963).
  • 1963 (“State, SEC, FBI Probe Game Rigging Charge”-March 16, 1963; “Cook Ordered to Investigate ‘Rig’ Charges;” “Butts, Bryant Statements”- The Atlanta Journal, March 16, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Butts and Bryant Reply”-The Atlanta Journal).
  • (“Old ‘Compromise’ Could Be Start of Georgia’s Dark Days in Football”).
  • 1963 (“Collusion Charges In Post Story Are Denied By Butts”-March 16, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Butts Faces Charges With Emphatic Denial”).
  • 1963 (“SEC Officials Investigating Alleged Football Collusion”-Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sunday March 17, 1963).
  • 1963 (“SEC Awaits Report”-March 17, 1963, “SEC To Await More Findings”).
  • 1963 (“Bryant, Butts Admit Discussion on Rules”-The Montgomery Advertiser, March 23, 1963, “Rose Bares Phone Call in Letter”-Montgomery Advertiser, March 23, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Discussed Changes in Rules on Phone, Say Bryant, Butts”-The Atlanta Constitution, March 23, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Former Butts Players Rally To Defend Little Round Man”-Athens Banner-Herald, March 25, 1963, “Lie Test reports show everybody tells truth?”- Thursday, March 21, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Cook Reports Butts Gave Pregame Data”-The Atlanta Journal, April 2, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Report Says Butts Called Gambler Scobey 16 Times”-The Columbus Enquirer, April 3, 1963; “Bryant Aides Tear Into Cook’s Report”-April 2, 1963; “Bryant’s Attorney’s Charge Inaccuracy”-The Atlanta Constitution, Wednesday, April 3, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Butts Gave Data, Cook Tells Sanders”-The Columbus Enquirer, April 3, 1963; “NCAA Plans Full Inquiry On Grid Case; “Untruths in Cook Report, Butts’ Attorney Replies”-Columbus Enquirer, April 3, 1963; “List Burnett’s ‘Bad Checks’”).
  • 1963 (“Sam Adams Sportively Speaking”-Alabama Journal, April 5, 1963, “Burnett’s Story Vastly Different In Post Account”-Alabama Journal, April 5, 1963).
  • 1963 (“College Football Flayed”-April 6, 1963, “Burnett’s Pal Disputes Story”-The Atlanta Journal, April 5, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Viewing the News”-The Times-Picayune-New Orleans, La., April 5, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Burnett twisted tale for Post article, on-scene witness says”-Birmingham News, Birmingham, Ala., April 7, 1963).
  • 1963 (“’G’ Men Gather To Support Butts, April 29, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Paul Cox-Football’s Trying Days”-The Columbus Enquirer, April 19, 1963).
  • 1963 (”Disbelief-‘Wait And See,’ Lead Butts-Bryant Feeling”-Athens Banner-Herald, April 27, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Cheating Our Children…No. 1’-Training for Jobs That Don’t Exist”).
  • Sports Illustrated-1963 (“A Trial That Has the South Seething”).
  • Sports Illustrated –1963 (continued).
  • (Sports Illustrated article continued).
  • (Sports Illustrated article continued).
  • (Sports Illustrated April 8, 1963).
  • (“The Scandalous Notes”-Sports Illustrated April 8, 1963).
  • 1963 (“How vs. What…No. 3-Too Much ‘How to’ in Masters”).
  • 1963 (“Cheating Our Children-State Needs Car Mechanics But Trains Farmers Instead”).
  • 1963 (“Cheating Our Children-Farm, Home Ec Teachers Paid Well, Crowding Field”).
  • 1963 (“Cheating Our Children-Forgotten Youth Corps Bill Dying Quietly in Congress”).
  • 1963 (“Cheating Our Children…No. 8-Tide Leaves Yesterday”).
  • 1963 (“Those Who Protest Reg Murphy’s Series Owe Answer to the Question He Raised”-Atlanta Constitution, July 17, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Board of Regents Should Stand Firm Against the Pressure From Broadcasters”).
  • 1963 (“Wed to White Georgian, Charlayne Hunter Reveals”-Atlanta Journal, September 3, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Negro Coed Married To White Georgian”-The Evening Star, September 3, 1963, “Just a Couple in NY, But They Put Ga. in Rage”-Newsday, September 4, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Charlayne Wed”-Newark, N.J. News, September 3, 1963, “The ‘Quiet Man’ Weds Charlayne”-September 3, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Georgia U. Shocked by Marriage”-The Plain Dealer-Cleveland, Ohio, September 4, 1963; “Georgia Bars Negro Coed and White Husband”-The New York Times, September 4, 1963; “Georgia Calls Negro Coed’s Wedding Illegal”-The New York Times, September 4, 1963).
  • 1963 (“…racial Match Jolts Ga., But Not Greenwich Village”-New York Daily News, September 4, 1963, “Georgia Calls Negro Co-Ed’s Marriage Void”-New York Journal-American, September 4, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Expulsion for Charlayne, Hubby If Ga. U. Had Known”-September 4, 1963; “College Romances and the Races”-Dublin, Ga. Courier-Herald, September 5, 1963; “We Wonder…”-The Lyons Progress-Lyons, Ga., September 5, 1963; “Stovalls’ License”-New York Post, September 5, 1963).
  • 1963 (“Intermarriage Feared”-September 1963, “What about Charlayne and Reporter Stovall?”-The North Side News-Atlanta, September 19, 1963).
  • 1963 (“A Grieving State Kneels in Prayer”-November 1963).
  • Athletics-1963 (“Griffith Loses Coaching Job-Vince Dooley of Auburn Likely as Successor”-Atlanta Journal, 1963, “Eaves Named Georgia AD-Auburn’s Basketball Coach Chosen Successor to Butts”-Atlanta Constitution, November 23, 1963).
  • Athletics-1963 (“Vince Dooley In; Griffith Quits at Ga.”-The Miami Herald, December 5, 1963, “Johnny Griffith Resigns Georgia Job”-The Miami News, December 4, 1963).
  • Athletics-1963 (“Georgia Opens New Frontier With Youngest Coach in SEC”-Atlanta Journal, December 5, 1963).
  • Athletics-1963 (“Vince Dooley: Intellect and Athlete”-Atlanta Journal, December 5, 1963).
  • Athletics-1963 (“Retiring Coach Johnny Griffith Congratulates The New Team At Georgia”-Atlanta Constitution, December 5, 1963).
  • Athletics-1963 (“Dooley Deal Master Move”-Atlanta Journal; “It’s Time to End Bickering at Athens;” “New Faces in Athens”).
  • Athletics-1963 (“The Grab Bag-The Dead Past Buried”-The Atlanta Constitution, December 1963, “New Era in Athens”-Atlanta Constitution).
  • 1963 ($9.5 Million Ag Lab To Be Located Here”-Athens Banner-Herald, December 23, 1963).
  • (“When finished, the University of Georgia’s $4 million concrete-domed coliseum will look like this. It will seat over 12,000 spectators”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, February 10, 1963).
  • University of Georgia Athletics-December 1963 (“The Power of Hangmen”-Atlanta Journal, December 5, 1963; “Griffith, Aderhold Hanged in Effigy;” “Students Hang, Burn Coach Griffith, Aderhold in Effigy At University Arch”).
  • (“Building Boom in the Georgia Campus”-The Atlanta Journal Constitution, February 10. 1963).
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution article continued).
  • (“Enrollment to top 11,000 this year”-The Atlanta Times).
  • University of Georgia Coliseum Opens 1964.
  • (“Bird Or Blossom, Coliseum Is Marvel in Architecture”-February 21, 1964).
  • (“Georgia Athletic Facilities Rank Among Nation’s Best”-Banner-Herald, February 21, 1964; “Eaves Eyes Effect On Total Program”-Banner-Herald February 21, 1964; “Red Has Happy Times Despite Cage Famine;” “First Woodruff Obituary Premature: Republished”-Athens Banner-Herald, February 21, 1964).
  • (“’Old Soldier’ Woodruff Fades Away”-February 21, 1964).
  • (“1946 Dream Reality As Coliseum Opens”-February 21, 1964).
  • (“Agricultural Events Set in Coliseum”-Banner-Herald, February 21, 1964, “Coliseum Club Sees Goal Accomplished”-Athens Banner-Herald, February 21, 1964).
  • (“Dr. Alexander Heard Addresses University Club Georgia Dinner”-February 23, 1964, “Leak of the Year”).
  • (“U of G Law School Given $350,000”-Atlanta Journal, August 12, 1964; “Johnson Stresses Education As Barrier to Centralization”-Atlanta Constitution August 14, 1964; “Aderhold Dines At White House With President”-1964; “The Loridans Grant”- August 1964).
  • (“Athens’ WGTV Wins Viewers With Culture and Plain Fun”-The Atlanta Constitution, August 6, 1964, “Hope From a New Lab”-Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 23, 1964).
  • (“Georgia Planning $20 Million Program”-August 20, 1964).
  • (“New Dormitories Under Construction-University Bulges at Seams With 11,000”-September 8, 1964).
  • (“Aderhold Tells Plan to Get Research Cash;” “Dr. Aderhold Blows the Whistle”-Atlanta Constitution, October 13, 1964; “Aderhold Weighs Dropout Problem”-Atlanta Journal Constitution, October 11, 1964).
  • (“The South Must Have Better Research Break”-Chattanooga Times, October 11, 1964).
  • (“U.S. Shortchanging Southern Colleges On Research Funds, Says Educator”-The Houston Chronicle, October 11, 1964).
  • (“Text of Dr. Aderhold’s Speech on Research Aid”-The Chattanooga Times, October 11, 1964).
  • (“Aderhold Seeks Wider Granting Of Research Aid”-Chattanooga Times, October 11, 1964).
  • (“Higher Education Gets Both Good and Bad News”-San Antonio Express, October 12, 1964).
  • (“Federal Research Funds Should Go To More Schools As Aderhold Urges”-Athens Banner-Herald, October 1964; “The South and Research”-Atlanta Journal, October 15, 1964; “Dr. Aderhold Seeks More Research Aid”-The Atlanta Constitution, October 12, 1964; “11,000 Now On Campus At U. of Ga.”).
  • (“Dr. Aderhold Cites Progress In Education”-The Macon News, October 29, 1964; “Aderhold Warns Against Indifference”-The Macon Telegraph, October 29, 1964; “Dr. Aderhold”-The Macon Telegraph and News, October 18, 1964).
  • (“Coffee for Georgia alumnae”-The Atlanta Times, November 19, 1964).
  • (“Dooley Admits Day of Doubt”-Atlanta Journal, November 30,1964).
  • (“Rise of the Red Standard”-The Atlanta Journal, November 30, 1964).
  • (“University Georgia Marks Record Year”-The Atlanta Journal, December 3, 1964).
  • (“El Paso Gets Rid of Fog; Pleases Georgia President”-El Paso Herald-Post, December 23, 1964).
  • (“Teams Arrive For Bowl Game”-The El Paso Times, December 23, 1964).
  • (“Georgia Overpowers Texas Tech”-The El Paso Times, December 27, 1964).
  • (“52-Yard Pass Play Sets Up Only Scoring”-The El Paso Times December 27, 1964).
  • (“You Can Keep Your Mind Current and Choice”-Atlanta Journal, February 16, 1965).
  • (“Aderhold Day Proclaimed Here, April 23”-Athens Banner-Herald, April 14, 1965, “Person to Person”-The Atlanta Journal, March 22, 1965).
  • (“Aderhold Day”-The Red and Black, April 22, 1965; “Aderhold day set for April 23”-The Atlanta Times, April 22, 1965; “Dr. Aderhold Has Achieved Much For University of Georgia, State”-Athens Banner-Herald, April 23, 1965; “Educator Warns of Moral Crisis”-From the Constitution, April 24, 1965).
  • (“Must Lead Whole World, Aderhold Tells Dixie Colleges”-Atlanta Constitution, April 23, 1965, “Aderhold Says Education Must Help Shape Future”-Banner-Herald, April 22, 1965).
  • (“Dr. Aderhold Paid Tribute”). *(no date)
  • (“Dr. Aderhold Has His Day—Folks Look at the Record”-The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, April 25, 1965).
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution article continued).
  • (“Dr. Aderhold Has His Day, Folks Look At The Record”-The Lavonia Times, April 30, 1965).
  • (“Hale Hearty Russell Makes Surprise Visit”).
  • (“Campus Showoffs damage education”-The Atlanta Times, June 3, 1965, “U. of Ga. Experiment”-June 1965).
  • (“TV Instruction Center Proposed”-Florida Times Union, Jacksonville, Fla., June 24, 1965; “The President Has 3 Veeps;” “Sanders Is SREB Chairman”).
  • (“We Join Russell, Aderhold In Urging Fairer Split Of U.S. Research Funds”-Banner-Herald, July 14, 1965, “Simkins Criticizes State Mines Unit”-1965).
  • (“A Big Task Lies Ahead for Dr. Anderson”-July 1965).
  • (“A New Leak Plagues State; Latest Is Athens Coliseum”-Atlanta, August 3, 1965; “Loyalty oath badly needed in Georgia”-August 1965; “Future Has Place Only for Trained”-August 20, 1965).
  • (“University to Receive Huge Research Grant”-Athens Daily News, August 19, 1965; “University of Georgia Gets $3.2 Million Grant;” “University to Get $3 Million Grant”-August 19, 1965).
  • (“$3.2 Million Education Grant Is Tribute Challenge To University”-Athens Banner-Herald, August 1965; “University Gets a Splendid Opportunity”-Atlanta Constitution, August 20, 1965; “Some Handicaps of Our Own Making”- August 1965; “A Cheerful Sign”-Atlanta Journal, August 21, 1965).
  • (“16F Lifted 11 Years Ago”-Atlanta Journal August 23, 1965).
  • (“State to Study Oyster Industry”-The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 5, 1965).
  • (“Education Philosophy, School’s Growth Speech Topics at UC Gym Ceremonies”-The Chattanooga Times, September 24, 1965).
  • (“Prominent Georgians Enjoyed ‘Homecoming’ in Athens While Attending Annual Conference of Joint Tech-Georgia Development Fund”-The Atlanta Constitution, October 11, 1965).
  • (“Old South Reigns at Athens on Homecoming”-Atlanta Constitution, October 11, 1965).
  • (“University Women’s Club Hosts Newcomers Annual Tea”-1965).
  • (“Annual President’s Reception For University Faculty At Aderhold Home”-October 22, 1965).
  • (“Blood Effort Honored”-Florida Times Union, November 4, 1965).
  • (“Winds Blow Free In Universities”-Atlanta Constitution, November 16, 1965, “The Peabody Report”-The Atlanta Journal, November 23, 1965).
  • (“University Woman’s Club Holds Annual Christmas Party”-December 12, 1965).
  • 1968 (“He’s Gained Vantage Point of Objectivity”-Athens Banner-Herald).
  • 1968 (“UGA Waiting Game Continues on Course”-Athens Daily News, March 17, 1968).
  • 1968 (“Aderhold’s Portrait on Wall of Fame”-The Atlanta Constitution, May 8, 1968; “Dr. Aderhold Honored”-The Atlanta Journal, May 25, 1968; “Society Presidency Awarded to Dickson”-The Red and Black, May 23, 1968).
  • 1968 (“Dr. Aderhold Honored”-Athens Banner-Herald, May 26, 1968, “Demosthenian Spring Banquet”-May 15, 1968”).
  • 1968 (“Utilizing Experience, Knowledge”-June 30, 1968).
  • 1968 (“A 15-Year Dream…University Opens Par-72 Course”-September 28, 1968).
  • 1968 (“President Emeritus Is Honored”-Athens Daily News, December 1968, “A Life Member-The Atlanta Journal, December 12, 1968).

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  • (“The New Sanford Stadium, University of Georgia, Athens-Opening Game Saturday, September 23, 1967).
  • (“Georgia-Ga. Tech Freshman Football Game, 1964).
  • (“The President’s Page”).
  • (“American Association for the Advancement of Science”-May 1968). *(no folder)
  • (“Science Advice for State and Local Government”).
  • (“Georgia’s Bob McWhorter”-Unveiling Ceremonies, McWhorter Hall University of Georgia, October 12, 1968).
  • (“University of Georgia Fortnight-University Community Honors President Aderhold”- April 21, 1965).
  • (“F.F.A. boys are members of the community service division of the High-School Victory Corps. These boys learn to conserve meat for the war effort”).
  • (“Annual Report College of Education”-University of Georgia 1946-47).
  • (O.C. Aderhold-Pictures and Letters 1967).
  • Retirement (1967).
  • (Institute Of Higher Education University of Georgia Athens, Georgia October 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Meeting Minutes-April 13, 1967).
  • (The October 1950 Georgia Alumni Record).
  • (Report of Committees-GEA Workshop August 14-17, 1949).
  • (Migration in Georgia, University of Georgia College of Agriculture Experiment Stations-May 1968).
  • (The University of Georgia One Hundred and Sixty-First Annual Commencement, University Coliseum, Saturday, June 6, 1964).
  • (1967 Newspaper Clippings).
  • Newspaper Clippings 1967-68.
  • Newspaper Clippings 1966.
  • (UGA Report Card For Parents…1965).
  • Newspaper Clippings 1966.
  • (Information On University Of Georgia Recreation And Research Center-1966).
  • University Clippings 1952-1955.
  • Bulletins, Programs, etc…1955-1959.
  • 1958 Newspaper Clippings.
  • Newspaper Clippings Retirement (1967).
  • 1949 Newspaper Clippings.
  • Newspaper Clippings Duplicates (1968).
  • Newspaper Clippings Minimum Foundation for Education 1950.
  • Newspaper Clippings Education 1950.
  • President O.C. Aderhold.
  • 1951 Newspaper Clippings sesquicentennial.
  • Newspaper Clippings having to do with integration (1955-1961).
  • Newspaper Clippings re: Integration (1961).
  • 1951 Newspaper Clippings Inauguration.
  • 1951 (Newspaper Clippings).
  • 1962 (Newspaper Clippings).
  • 1964 (Newspaper Clippings).
  • Clippings Misc. (1936).
  • Misc.-No Year.
  • No Date (Newspaper Clippings).
  • Newspaper Clippings Butts-Bryant After Trial 1968.
  • Butts-Bryant During Trial (1963).
  • Butts-Bryant Trial Clippings (1963).

UGA 97-100:31

  • Newspaper Clippings Duplications (1950).
  • Articles, Newspapers, and Statements (1951).
  • Articles, Newspapers, Magazines Statements (1947).
  • Dr. Omer C. Aderhold (1966).
  • (Inauguration Omer C. Aderhold as President of the University of Georgia-1951 and Westinghouse Luncheon Address-1957).
  • (Clippings-Pictures 1955).
  • (“Forward with Confidence”-A Report of the President of the University of Georgia to the Board of Regents for the Year Ending June 30, 1951).
  • (The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine March 10, 1968).
  • (Georgia vs. Kentucky Athens, GA. Sanford Stadium October 22, 1966).
  • (Georgia vs. Kentucky Athens, GA. Sanford Stadium October 22, 1966).
  • (Memo Routing Slip and photograph).
  • (Georgia Day and the University By O.C. Aderhold-14 copies, Spring-1957). (* no folder)
  • (“Forward With Confidence” The University of Georgia Report of the President 1950-1951).
  • The Augusta Courier Paper (1949).
  • (Newspaper Clippings) 1967-Sunday June 25-1967.

UGA 97-100:32

  • Board of Regents Meeting May 9, 1951.
  • Board of Regents Meeting June 13, 1951.
  • Board of Regents Meeting July 11, 1951.
  • Board of Regents Meeting September 12, 1951.
  • Board of Regents Meeting October 5, 1951.
  • Board of Regents Meeting November 14, 1951.
  • Board of Regents Meeting January 9, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting February 13, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting March 12, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting April 9, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting May 13, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting June 11, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting December 10, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting September 10, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting October 8, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting November 12, 1952.
  • Board of Regents Meeting July 9, 1952.

UGA 97-100:33

  • Board of Regents Meeting January 14, 1953.
  • Board of Regents Meeting February 11, 1953.
  • Board of Regents Meeting March 11, 1953.
  • Board of Regents Meeting April 8, 1953.
  • Board of Regents Meeting May 13, 1953.
  • Regents Meeting June 10, 1953.
  • Board of Regents Meeting July 8, 1953.
  • Board of Regents Meeting September 9, 1953.
  • Board of Regents-October 1953 Mtg.
  • Board of Regents November 11, 1953.
  • Board of Regents, Meeting of December 9, 1953.
  • Board of Regents, Meeting January 13, 1954.
  • Board of Regents Meeting February 10, 1954.
  • Board of Regents Meeting March 10, 1954.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting April 14, 1954.
  • Board of Regents May 12, 1954.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting June 9, 1954.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting July 14, 1954.
  • Board of Regents Meeting September 17, 1954.
  • Board of Regents Meeting October 12-13, 1954.
  • Board of Regents Meeting November 9, 1954.
  • Board of Regents December 8, 1954.
  • Regents’ Correspondence 1951-52.
  • Regents’ Correspondence (1950-1951).
  • Regents-Assistant Chancellor 1952-59.

UGA 97-100:34

  • (University of Georgia Report of the President July 1, 1966-June 30, 1967
  • (Aderhold Speeches 1957).
  • (Aderhold Speeches 1966).

UGA 97-100:35

  • The National Education Association of the United States (Recognition of membership January 1951 to July 1956).
  • Dr. O.C. Aderhold President University of Georgia 1950-1967 (photographs of the exhibit honoring the presidency of Dr. Aderhold 1967).
  • The Ohio State University.
  • (Honor Member Bulldog Club-Dr. O.C. Aderhold). *(no date)
  • Mercer University (O.C. Aderhold Degree of Doctor of Laws-June 19, 1959).
  • Certificate, Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity-November 17, 1953.
  • Certificate, Alice McCellan Birney Endowment Fund, Georgia Branch, National Congress of Parents and Teachers certificate of honorary membership to O.C. Aderhold-February 14, 1957.
  • The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. Certificate of Merit-1957
  • Award, Athens Rotary Club Four-Way Test Award Citizen of the Month-April 1959.
  • Award, Century Club, University of Georgia-June 7, 1954.
  • The Ohio State University (Doctor of Philosophy-December 19, 1938).
  • (O.C. Aderhold Photograph).
  • Citation (from The Secretary of the Army for serving on the Army Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs from January 1962- May 1963).
  • The Patriotic Civilian Service to The Department of the Army (Certificate of Appreciation). *(no date).
  • The American Institute of Architects Honor Award-Continuing Education Center Building 1957.
  • The Four Way Test (from the Athens Rotary Club 1955-1956).
  • The Southern Regional Education Board (Certificate of Appreciation-O.C. Aderhold Vice Chairman 1964-67).

UGA 97-100:36

  • (The state of Georgia by his Excellency Marvin Griffin, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold to remain a member of the Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission March 12, 1957).
  • (The state Georgia by his Excellency Ernest Vandiver, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold to remain a member of the Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission November 1959).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Carl E. Sanders, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member of the Georgia Science and Technology Commission January 19, 1966).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Carl E. Sanders, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member of the Georgia Science and Technology Commission June 19, 1964).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Carl E. Sanders, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold to the Governor’s Advisory Committee on Summer Internship Program in State Government November 24, 1965).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Carl E. Sanders, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member Board of Control, Southern Regional Education August 8, 1963).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Marvin Griffin, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member Board of Control, Southern Regional Education February 15, 1955).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Herman Talmadge, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member Board of Control, Southern Regional Education, August 17, 1951).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency M.E. Thompson, Acting Governor of Georgia, appoints Dr. Aderhold member of the Veterans’ Education Council April 28 1947).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Carl E. Sanders, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member of the Nuclear Advisory Commission September 30, 1963).
  • (International Association of University Presidents appoints Dr. Aderhold as a member July 1, 1965).
  • (The State of Georgia by his Excellency Ernest Vandiver, State Governor, appoints Dr. Aderhold member Board of Control, Southern Regional Education October 23, 1959).

UGA 97-100: 37

  • Board of Regents’ Meeting November 15 and 16, 1960.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting December 13 & 14, 1960.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting January 10 and 11, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting February 13 and 14, 1961.
  • Board of Regents Meeting March 14 & 15, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting March 1, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting April 11 and 12, 1961.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Committee on Grants 1954-57.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting May 9 and 10, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting June 13 and 14, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting July 11 and 12, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting September 12-13, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting October 10 and 11, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting November 7 and 8, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting December 12 and 13, 1961.
  • Board of Regents’ January 9 & 10, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting February 13 and 14, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting March 13 and 14, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting April 10-11, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting May 8-9, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting June 12 & 13, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting-July 10 & 11, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting-August 28 & 29, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting October 9-10, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting November 13, 14, 1962.
  • Board of Regents’ Meeting December 11 & 12, 1962.
  • (Higher Education of U.S. Governors and Members of the 88th Congress May 1963). *(no folder)
  • (A Study of Voluntary Support for Public Higher Education 1960-1961, May 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Financing Higher Education Ten Years Later, John d. Millett-President, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Higher Education and the Law, an address delivered by Professor Jerre S. Williams, University of Texas Law School, December 4, 1963).
  • (Joint Office of Institutional Research 1962). *(no folder)
  • (School and Society Education’s National Biweekly-February 19, 1966).
  • (The NUEA Spectator Bulletin of the National University Extension Association December 1963-January 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Trustees, University of Georgia Foundation June 11, 1956). *(no folder)
  • (Administration of Gifts and Grants at State Universities and Land-Grant Institutions January 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Southeastern Conference Football Data 1933-1967, The Official 1967 Southeastern Conference Football Record Book, 1967).
  • (Dedication Hugh Miller Willet Science Center Mercer University-1968).
  • (Summary Minutes of Meeting of the Advisory Council on State Departments of Education, January 18-19,1966). *(no folder)
  • (Tentative Agenda Advisory Council on State Departments of Education April 18-19, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Items for Review with Chief State School Officer in Planning State Visit). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Department of Health, Education & Welfare Office of Education-Summary of Programs by State April 8, 1966).
  • (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Office of Education, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education Division of State Agency Cooperation, Summary of Substantially Approvable Applications as of April 8, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Office of Education, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education Division of State Agency Cooperation, Funds Awarded to State Education Agencies for Special Projects as of April 8, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Annual Report Advisory Council on State Departments of Education March 1966). *(no folder)
  • (United States Government Memorandum to Advisory Council Members January 12, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Summary of Projections of Activities under Title V.P.L 89-10 Arizona). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities under Title V, P.L. 89-10 Delaware). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L. 89-10 Illinois). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L. 89-10 Indiana). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L 89-10 New Jersey). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L 89-10 Ohio). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L 89-10 Oregon). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L 89-10 Pennsylvania). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Summaries of Projections of Activities Under Title V, P.L 89-10 Washington). *(no date, no folder)
  • (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education January 4, 1966).
  • (Legislative History of Title V-Department of Health, Education and Welfare U.S. Office of Education Division of State Agency Cooperation January 3, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Department of Health, Education and Welfare Office of Education June 9, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Fiscal Year 1966 Activities Related to Title V of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, P.L. 89-10- A Report to the Advisory Council on State Departments of Education, January 18-19, 1966) *(no folder).
  • (Selected Information Concerning State Educational Agencies) *(no folder)
  • (The Job Ahead For State Departments of Education October 13, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Office of Education Special Project Abstract-Great Plains School District Organization Project July 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Reinforcing the Role of States in Education March 1967).
  • Memorial-Morton Hodgson (1954).
  • (Advisory Council on State Departments of Education January 18-19, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Report on the Review of the Texas Education Agency May 30-June 1, 1966). *(no folder)
  • Publications of the Texas Education Policy (1965).
  • (Department of Health , Education, and Welfare-Office of Education March 31, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Improving State Leadership in Education-an Annual report of the Advisory Council on State Departments of Education March 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Office of Education Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education Division of State Agency Cooperation April 8, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Possible Teams for State Education Agency Reviews April, May, June 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Possible Questions for Review Groups of State Educational Agencies April 12, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Overview). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Texas Education Agency). *(no folder)
  • (Title V Proposals, ESEA). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Planning Summary). *(no folder, no date)

UGA 97-100: 38

  • Football 1955 (All Games).
  • Georgia-Georgia Tech Open House & Luncheon-Woodruff Hall 10 a.m.-November 27, 1954
  • Football 1951-1953.
  • Football 1954.
  • Georgia-Georgia Tech Open House & Luncheon-Woodruff Hall 10 a.m.-December 1, 1956.
  • Football 1956 (All Games).
  • Football 1957 (All Games).
  • Football (General) 1958.
  • Football 1959 (General).
  • Georgia-Auburn Luncheon-Woodruff Hall, November 14, 1959 10 a.m.
  • Georgia-Georgia Tech Open House & Luncheon-Woodruff Hall, 10 a.m. –12 noon-November 29, 1958.
  • Football, General 1960.
  • Football Georgia vs. Kentucky Joint Tech-Georgia Development Fund October 28, 1961.
  • Football Georgia vs. Kentucky October 28, 1961.
  • Football General 1961.
  • Football Georgia vs. Alabama September 23, 1961.
  • Football Georgia vs. Auburn November 18, 1961.
  • Football Georgia vs. South Carolina October 7, 1961.
  • Football Georgia vs. Vanderbilt September 30, 1961.
  • Football Georgia vs. Mississippi October 21, 1961.
  • Football-General 1962.
  • Football Georgia vs. Tech December 1, 1962.
  • Football Georgia vs. FSU October 20, 1962.
  • Football Georgia vs. Kentucky October 27, 1962.
  • Football Georgia vs. North Carolina State November 3, 1962.
  • Football Georgia vs. South Carolina October 5, 1963.
  • Football Georgia vs. Vanderbilt September 28, 1963.
  • Football Georgia vs. Alabama September 21, 1963.
  • Football General 1963.
  • Georgia-North Carolina Football Game October 31, 1964.
  • Georgia-Tech Football Game November 28, 1964.
  • Guest Lists-Tech Game November 28, 1964.
  • Georgia-Kentucky Football Game October 24, 1964.
  • Georgia-F.S.U. Football Game October 17, 1964.
  • Football Georgia vs. Auburn November 16, 1963.
  • Auburn Game (Homecoming) Guests List November 16, 1963.

UGA 97-100: 39

  • Georgia-Clemson Football Game October 10, 1964.
  • Football General 1964-1965.
  • Football General 1960.
  • Auburn Game 1965.
  • Vanderbilt Game-Sept. 25, 1965.
  • Clemson Game Oct. 9, 1965.
  • General Assembly Football Luncheon and Game—Fall, 1965 Auburn-11-13-1965.
  • Alabama Game—(& luncheon) Sept. 18, 1965.
  • Football-General 1965.
  • Football-1966.
  • Legislative Luncheon and Game October 8, 1966.
  • Legislative Luncheon 1966.
  • Legislative Football Weekend Mississippi Game (1965).
  • Lists 1965.
  • Football General 1966.
  • Mississippi October 8 (1966).
  • Kentucky October 22 (1966).
  • North Carolina October (1966).
  • Georgia Tech November 26 (1966).

UGA 97-100:40

  • AG Experiment Stations General (1964).
  • AG Experiment Stations Tifton, Georgia (1962).
  • AG Experiment Stations Griffin, GA (1963).
  • Agriculture, College of Experiment Stations June 30, 1960.
  • Agriculture, College of July 1, 1960.
  • Agriculture, College of Branch Experiment Stations 1963-64.
  • Athletic Association 7-1-65-6-30-66.
  • Athletic Association (1963).
  • Bills –Federal And State (1965).
  • Business Administration, College of Deanship (1961).
  • Business Administration College of (1967).
  • Community & Area Developmental Institute of (1960).

UGA 97-100: 41

  • Education, College of (1964).
  • Education, College of July 1, 1960-June 30, 1962.
  • Education College of Special Correction & Program for Exceptional Children (1957).
  • Education, College of Research and Development Center (1965).
  • Earth-Plant Science (1965).
  • Dormitories (1962).
  • Danforth Foundation (1960).
  • WGTV—letters from public (1965).
  • Committee on Convocations (1956).
  • Convocation-New Students & Parents-Coliseum-3 p.m.-Sept. 20, 1964.
  • Continuing Education WGTV (1965).
  • Continuing Education WGTV (1963).
  • Continuing Education WGTV (1960).
  • Continuing Education (1960).
  • Computer Committee University of Georgia (1965).
  • Comptroller, Selection of (1965).
  • Comptroller July 1, 1964- June 30, 1965.
  • Comptroller (1965).

UGA 97-100:42

  • Forestry, School of (1961).
  • Engineering Report, Meeting of January 13, 1965.
  • University of Georgia FDN. 7-1-65 – 6-30-66.
  • University of Georgia Foundation (1961).
  • University Foundation Professorships (1956).
  • University of Georgia Foundation – Committee On Grants (1958).
  • Garden Club of Georgia 1954.
  • General Research (1963).
  • Golf Course (1966).
  • Government, Institute Of (1961).
  • Graduate Faculty Appointments (1958).
  • Graduate School (1952).
  • Health, Education & Welfare Dept. Of (1963).
  • Higher Education, Institute of (1962).
  • Committee on Insurance & Hospitalization (1956).
  • Joint Tech Georgia Development Fund (1963).
  • Land Grant Colleges & State Universities, Association Of (1962).
  • Land-Grant Colleges & State Universities (1962).
  • Land-Grant Colleges & State Universities (1966).

UGA 97-100: 43

  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant (1952).
  • Law, School of (1964).
  • Law, School of (1961).
  • Marine Biology Institute July 1, 1964 – June 30, 1965.
  • Marine Biology Institute (1959).
  • Marine Research Institute Sapelo Island Georgia (1965).
  • Men, Dean of (1962).
  • NDEA Loans (1965).
  • National Merit Scholars (1962).
  • National Science Foundation (1961).
  • National Science Foundation (1968).
  • 60 Day Report to the National Science Foundation by the University of Georgia submitted October 27, 1967.
  • First Annual Report to The National Science Foundation by the University of Georgia Grant GU2590 (1968).
  • University of Georgia A Proposal for the Development of Basic Sciences to the Division of Institutional Programs National Science Foundation September 1966.
  • University of Georgia A Supplementary Proposal for the Development of Basic Sciences to the Division of Institutional Programs National Science Foundation September 1969.
  • First Six-Month Project to the National Science Foundation by the University of Georgia (1968).
  • Second Midyear Report to the National Sciences Foundation by the University of Georgia Grant GU2590.

UGA 97-100: 44

  • Ossabaw Island Conference October 19-20, 1964.
  • Pharmacy, School of (1964).
  • Pharmacy, School of (1961).
  • Ferdinand Phinzy Lecture (UGA Fdn.) 1968.
  • Physical Plant (1951).
  • President’s Home (1950).
  • University Professorships (1956).
  • (Summary of Personal Data James E. Greene, Chairman, Division of Graduate Studies College of Education, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia-1957).
  • Registrar (1962).
  • Navy Supply School Athens, Georgia (1960).
  • Registrar-Reports (1963).
  • University Relations Study Report (1964).
  • ROTC (1960).
  • Sanders Governor Commission on Education (1963).
  • Scholarships (1971).
  • Scholarships (1961).
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Visitation Committee Nov. 5-8, 1961.
  • Social Work, School Of (1962).
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools Standards 1-21 Academic Year 1960-1961.
  • Southern Conference (1964).
  • Southeast Athens Bypass (1962).
  • Southern Regional Education Board (1960).

UGA 97-100: 45

  • Students, Dean Of (1962).
  • Students Affairs (1962).
  • (Mary Louise McBee Collection by Gloria J. Kiser University of Georgia Archives University of Georgia October 1990).
  • (Guide to the William Tate Archives-1990).
  • Student Affairs (1966).
  • Student Affairs Housing (1965).
  • University Center in Georgia (1961).
  • University Council Minutes (1965).
  • Committee on University Drives (1952).
  • Committee-University Library (1959).
  • Veterinary Medicine, College 1963, 1962, 1961, 1960, back.
  • Veterinary Medicine, College 1966, 1965, 1964.
  • Vice President for Instruction (1964).
  • Vice President for Instruction (1964).
  • Vice President for Research (1964).
  • Vice President for Services (1965).
  • War on Poverty (1964).
  • Water Pollution Research Laboratory (1963 correspondence).
  • Water Pollution Research Laboratory (1961).
  • Water Resources Research Center (Thru Dec. 21, 1964).
  • West Point Dam Project (1965).
  • Westinghouse Electric Corporation (1960).
  • Wilkins Farm (1961).
  • Committee-Woodrow Wilson Fellowship (1956).

UGA 97-100: 46

  • Commencement August 16, 1972.
  • Commencement June 1973.
  • Commencement August 1973.
  • Commencement 9 a.m. Stadium June 6, 1970.
  • Commencement August 1970.
  • Commencement 9:00 a.m. June 5, 1971.
  • Commencement August 1971.
  • Commencement June 6, 1972.
  • Commencement June 6, 1968.
  • Commencement August 23, 1968.
  • Commencement June 7, 1969.
  • Commencement August 22, 1969.

UGA 97-100: 47

  • Agricultural Extension Center For Advanced Study (1955).
  • Agriculture, College of (1951).
  • Agriculture, College of July 1, 1950 to June 30, 1951.
  • Agriculture, College of Animal Industry, Division of July 1, 1960.
  • Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity (1949).
  • Agriculture, College of Alumni Association (1954).
  • Agriculture, College of Animal Husbandry, Division of 1952-June 30, 1956.
  • Agriculture Animal Disease Laboratory-USDA (Proposed) (1956).
  • Agriculture, College of Dairy Division Of July 1, 1960.
  • Agriculture, College of-Eatonton Project (1960).
  • Agriculture, College of Experiment Station September 1950-June 30, 1956.
  • Agriculture, College of Extension Service Sept. 1950-June 30, 1960.
  • Agriculture, College of Experiment Stations Black Shank Disease (1961).
  • Agriculture, College of Experiment Stations July 1956-June 1960.
  • (Southwest District Reports “The Odds Are Against Us”-1961).
  • Agriculture, College of Branch Experiment Stations September 1950.
  • Agriculture, College of Agricultural Extension Service 4-H Club Camp for Negroes (1952).
  • Agriculture, College of Agricultural Extension Service 4-H Club Work (1957).
  • Alumni-Class of 1923 (Dr. O.C. Aderhold).
  • Agriculture, College of Landscape Architecture, Division of July 1, 1960.
  • Agriculture, College of Landscape Architecture, Div. Of (1954).
  • Agriculture, College Poultry Department 1952-1960.
  • Alumni Society-January 1960-December 31, 1960.
  • Alumni Society July 1, 1958-December 31, 1959.
  • Alumni Society July 1, 1956-June 30, 1958.
  • Alumni Society Projects Suggested by Deans and others (1955).
  • Alumni Society July 1, 1953-July 1956.
  • Alumni Society Correspondence –Talmadge and Troutman (1955).

UGA 97-100: 48

  • Alumni Society Reports (1955).
  • Alumni Society Committee to Study University Program (1955).
  • American Council on Education for Participant Training Program (1960).
  • American Mathematical Society Library (1951).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of July 1, 1960.
  • Arts and Sciences, College of July 1, 1957-June 30, 1960.
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Department of Art July 1960-.
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Archaeology, Department of (1951).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Art, Department of July 1, 1953-June 30, 1960.
  • Art, Department of September 1950-June 30, 1953.
  • Letters-Dodd Painting-1964.
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Bacteriology Department (1951).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Botany Department (1956).
  • American Legion Poetry (1952).
  • Arts & Sciences, College of Chemistry Department (1950).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of English Department (1954).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Geography and Geology, Department of (1953).
  • Geography, Department of September 1950-June 30, 1953.
  • Arts and Sciences, College of History (1952).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Mathematics Department (1951).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Modern Foreign Language Department (1952).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Music, Department of (1950).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Music Department (1951).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Philosophy & Religion (1952).
  • Arts & Sciences, College of Physics Department (1957).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Political Science Department (1952).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Psychology Department (1950).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Social Sciences Division (1959).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Sociology and Anthropology Dept. (1951).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Speech & Drama Department (1952).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of Zoology Department (1956).
  • Association of American Colleges (1958).
  • Athletic Association 1959-June 30, 1962.
  • Athletic Association, University of Ga. July 1, 1958-June 30, 1959.
  • Athletic Association July 1, 1956-June 30, 1958.
  • Athletic Association July 1952-July 1953.
  • Athletic Association Oct. 1950-July 1, 1952.
  • Athletic Association-Seating Georgia-Georgia Tech Game (1957).
  • Atomic Energy Commission, United States (1952).
  • Atomic Reactor (1956).
  • Boyd Memorial Professorships. *(no date)
  • Boswell, Colonel James G. (1951).

UGA 97-100: 49

  • Boyd, George Hugh (1959).
  • Business Administration, College of Dr. J. Whitney Bunting (1961).
  • Brooks, R.P. (1951).
  • Business Administration, College of 1950-June 30, 1960.
  • Brown, C.M.—Fund (1955).
  • Bus, Operation of (1956).
  • Campus Development, Report to the Chancellor (1955).
  • CREF, Bennett-Wednesday, January 28, 1959.
  • Character Day (1951).
  • Clark County Highway Steering Committee (1959).
  • Civil Defense Project (1953).
  • Class Rings (1966).
  • Conference on Children and Youth-Georgia Center for Continuing Education September 28-30, 1959.
  • City Planning (1951).
  • Coburn, Charles (1955).
  • Cobb Papers (1950).
  • Coliseum (1960).
  • Coliseum Policy & Schedule, Committee on (1960).
  • Commencement Exercises-Emory University August 22, 1953.
  • Committee on Admissions (1958).
  • Committee on Special Summer Workshop 1955.
  • Committee on Testing and Evaluation at End of Sophomore Year (1958).
  • Committee, Study Operations of Alumni Office (1955).
  • Committee, University Scholarship Freshman-January 1, 1953-December 31, 1956.
  • Committee, General Scholarships (1955).
  • Committee, University Scholarship Freshman-January 1, 1957-December 31, 1959.
  • Committee-Student-Faculty Relations (1951).
  • Committee on Nominations & Elections (1949).
  • Committee, National Sophomore Testing Program (1959).
  • Campbell, John Bulow Foundation (1950).
  • Committee, General College (1962).
  • Committee, Faculty Executive (1958).
  • Committee, Hodgson, Hugh-Retirement and Recognition (1959).
  • Committee on Juvenile Delinquency Control Institute (1958).
  • Committee on Improvement of Instruction (1952).
  • Committee on Honorary Degrees (1949).
  • Committee on Gifts and Memorials (1957).
  • Committee, Government Employees Training Act (1959).
  • Comer, E. T. Trust (1952).
  • Committee, Golf (1956).
  • “College Days” (1954).
  • Committee on Foreign Organization Program (1953).
  • Committee Report on Curricula of Univ. (1950).
  • Continuing Education Georgia’s Birds (1956).
  • Continuing Education, Georgia Center July 1, 1958-June 30, 1959.
  • Continuing Education, Georgia Center July 1959-June 30, 1960.
  • Continuing Education January 1954-June 30, 1954.
  • Comptroller 1950-June 30, 1960.
  • Congratulations, Letters of (1955).
  • Congress, United States Statement-Subcommittee on Special Education of the Committee on Education and Labor-May 27, 1959.

UGA 97-100: 50

  • Continuing Education Television-July 1, 1958.
  • Continuing Education Television-July 1, 1959-June 30, 1960.
  • Continuing Education Center Kellogg Foundation (1956).
  • Continuing Education Television Committee-Board of Regents Jan. 1957-June 30, 1958.
  • Continuing Education, Georgia Center For Bureau of Public Administration (1951).
  • Continuing Education Programs with College of Business Adm. (1957).
  • Georgia Committee on Children and Youth-Georgia Center-May 2-3, 1960.
  • Continuing Education July 1, 1955-June 30, 1956.
  • Data For Financial Report to Kellogg Foundation January 1, 1954-June 30, 1955.
  • Continuing Education Dinner for Dr. Emory Morris-August 6 Capital City Club- 7:00 p.m.- Atlanta (1953).
  • Continuing Education, Georgia Center for July 1, 1956-June 30, 1957.
  • Continuing Education, Georgia Center for July 1, 1957-June 30, 1958.
  • Continuing Education Columbus Off-Campus Center (1958).
  • Continuing Education Marietta Off-Campus Center (1958).
  • Continuing Education Visit of Kellogg Trustees-April 16, 17, 18, 1957.
  • Danforth Chapel (1953).
  • Daughters of the American Revolution (1954).
  • Dean, George C. (1958).
  • Debate-Wright vs. Communist Party Member (1963).
  • Defense Mobilization, Office of (1956).
  • Defense Security Agreement (1961).
  • Deferment—Students (1951).
  • Dormitories-Dedication June 8, 1953.
  • Education, State Department of 1950-June 30, 1960.
  • Education, College of Woodruff Foundation Grant (1954).
  • Education, College of Atlanta Journal Articles (1959).
  • Education, College of Report on Quality (1958).
  • Education, College of July 1, 1951-July 1, 1952.
  • Education, College of July 1, 1959-June 30, 1960.
  • Education, Board of July 1, 1951-April 1952.
  • Education, College of July 1955-June 30, 1959.
  • Education, College of July 1953-June 30, 1955.
  • College of Education July 1, 1952.

UGA 97-100: 51

  • College of Education 1950-June 30, 1952.
  • English Legal Profession, American Pilgrimage of September 7, 1960.
  • Extension, Division of 1950-June 30, 1951.
  • Extension, Division of General July 1, 1951-June 30, 1953.
  • Extension, Division of General July 1, 1953-December 31, 1953.
  • Faculties, Dean of (1966).
  • Faculties, Dean of July 1, 1964-June 30, 1965.
  • Faculties, Dean of July 1, 1960-.
  • Faculties, Dean of (1963).
  • Faculties, Dean of 1950-June 30, 1960.
  • Faculty Meetings-1962.
  • Faculty Orientation (1959).
  • Fallout Shelters (1962).
  • Five-Day Week (1951).
  • Ford Foundation (1951).
  • Forestry, School of July 1952-June 30, 1957.
  • Forestry, School of July 1, 1957-June 30, 1960.
  • Forestry, School of 1950-51, 1951-52.
  • Forestry, School of Deanship (1956).
  • Forestry, Deanship Dr. Allyn M. Herrick (1957).
  • Forestry, School of Expansion (1953).
  • Forestry-Putnam County Lands (1954).
  • Freshman Class 1960-61.
  • Freshman Class 1959.
  • Freshman Class 1958.
  • Frost, Robert (1957).
  • Fund for Adult Education (1959).
  • General Assembly 21-25 Age Limit Bill 1959.
  • General Assembly Economy Committee July 1, 1955-.
  • General Assembly 1960.
  • General Assembly Joint Committee on Needs of GA. Agriculture Extension Service (1957).
  • General Education Board Development of Art Dept. and Graduate School (1950).
  • General Electric Company College Bowl (1961).
  • General Electric Company (1958).
  • Research Oct. ’50, Sept. 51-June 30, 1953.
  • Research-July 1, 1959.
  • Research July 1, 1956-April 1, 1959.

UGA 97-100: 52

  • Georgia Association of Colleges 1960-.
  • Georgia Farm Bureau, Harry Brown, President (1959).
  • Georgia Institute of Genetics (1954).
  • Georgia Leadership Institute Atlanta YMCA September 14, 1960.
  • Georgia Museum of Art 1950-1953.
  • Georgia Museum of Art-Print Rental Project Advisory Committee-International Graphic Arts Society, Inc. (1958).
  • Georgia Museum of Art 1953-June 30, 1960.
  • General Assembly (1962).
  • Gifts (1956).
  • Gifts (1950).
  • Gifts (1963).
  • Government Agencies-Athens (1951).
  • Graduate School July 1, 1955-June 30, 1956.
  • Graduate School July 1, 1952-June 30, 1955.
  • Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies (1951).
  • Graduate School July 1950-July 1952.
  • Graduate Faculty 1953-June 30, 1960.
  • Graduate School July 1, 1957-June 30, 1960.
  • Graduate School-Status, Recommendations For Increased Support in Certain Fields (1951).
  • Gulf Oil Corporation (1959).
  • Guidance Center (1966).
  • Guidance Center (1962).
  • Research (July 1, 1953-June 30, 1956).
  • Students, Guidance Center (1957).
  • Student Affairs-Guidance Center July 1, 1958-.
  • Guidance Center 1956-57.
  • Student Affairs-Guidance Center 1952-June 30, 1958.
  • Guidance Center 1950-55.
  • Code for Biographical Study-Copy I Guidance Center (1951).

UGA 97-100: 53

  • Summer Conferences 1953.
  • Education, U.S. Office Of July 1, 1955-June 30, 1960.
  • Education, U.S. Office Of Council Of Advisors (1952).
  • Health, Education & Welfare Committee on Education Beyond the High School (1956).
  • Health, Education and Welfare, Dept. of Staffing the Nation’s Schools Research Project (1956).
  • Health Research Facilities Branch Dept. Health, Education & Welfare (1957).
  • Office of Education-Department of Health, Education and Welfare Granting of degrees by government supported and operated institutions (1953).
  • Higher Education, National Conference on (1956).
  • Highway, State Department Bridge Connecting Two Campuses (1961).
  • Regents, University System of Georgia John R. Hills (1958).
  • Home Economics, School of July 1, 1953-June 30, 1960.
  • Home Economics, School of Deanship (1951).
  • Home Economics, School of 1951-June 30, 1953.
  • Housing-Students 1950-June 30, 1955.
  • Infirmary, Gilbert Memorial (1953).
  • International Cooperation Agency May 1960-October 1961 (Now Agency for International Development).
  • International Cooperation Agency Richard L. Aeck, Architect (1961).
  • Internships in General Education (1951).
  • Alumni Society Joint Tech-Georgia Development Program January 1, 1959-December 31, 1959.
  • Alumni Society Joint Tech-Georgia Development Program January 1, 1956-December 31, 1958.
  • Joint Tech-Georgia Development Lists of National Firms-Mrs. Haas (1958).
  • Journalism, School of July 1, 1957-.
  • Journalism, School of Sept. 1950 to June 30, 1957.
  • Kiwanis, Georgia District International Savannah-October 12, 1959.
  • Lane, Mills B., Jr. (1954).
  • Law, School of September 1950-June 30, 1957.
  • Law Dormitory (KA House) (1953).

UGA 97-100: 54

  • Law (1944).
  • Legislators, Institute for 1959.
  • Legislation 1951.
  • Legislative Work Conference on Southern regional Education September 24-25 (1953).
  • Legislators, Institute for 1960.
  • Libraries 1951-June 30, 1960.
  • Libraries July 1, 1960-.
  • Lyons Apartments (1951).
  • Sapelo Island 1952-July 11, 1956.
  • Sapelo Island July 1, 1956-August 1957.
  • Marine Institute – Sapelo Island July 1, 1957 – June 30, 1960.
  • McKamy, David Knox Estate (1957).
  • Mell Collection of Indian Relics (1954).
  • Men, Dean of (1952).
  • Mercer University (1959).
  • Microbiology, Department of (1958).
  • Military Leave (1950).
  • Land-Grant Colleges and State University., American Association of Washington, D.C. Nov. 13-16, 1960.
  • American Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities-Executive Com. February 2-3, 1960.
  • Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities Association-Joint Office of Institutional Research (1960).
  • Land-Grant College and State Universities Correspondence July 1, 1960-.
  • Committee on Land-Grant Institutions and Federal-State Relationships 1953-54.
  • Land-Grant Colleges, American Association Circular Letters July 1, 1960-.
  • National Association of Educational Broadcasters (1959).
  • National Association of State Universities New York May 4-5, 1959.
  • National Association of State Universities New York May 5-6, 1958.
  • National Association of State Universities New York, N.Y.—May 6-7, 1957.
  • National Association of State Universities July 1, 1955-.
  • National Association of State Univer. May 2-3, 1955.
  • National Association of State Univer. 1951-1954.
  • National Association of State Universities Columbus, Ohio, May 4-5, 1953.
  • National Beta Club (1956).
  • Sixth National Conference of County & Rural Area Superintendents Baker Hotel, Dallas, Texas (1951).
  • National Conference on “The Foreign Aspects of U.S. National Security” Washington, D.C. Feb. 25, 1958.
  • National Defense Education Act of 1958 National Defense Student Loan Fund.

UGA 97-100: 55

  • National Defense Education Act of 1958 Institutes.
  • National Defense Education Act of 1958 Correspondence.
  • National Editorial Association (1960).
  • National Education Association (1963).
  • National Education Association July 1, 1955-.
  • National Football Hall of Fame-Annual Awards Dinner, December 1, 1959, New York City.
  • National Education Association (1950).
  • National Manpower Conference (1953).
  • National Merit Scholarship Corporation (1958).
  • National Planning Association (1957).
  • National Science Foundation July 1, 1955-June 30, 1959.
  • National Science Foundation Conference Washington, D.C., August 17 & 18, 1953.
  • Navy Supply School (1952).
  • New Orleans Mid-Winter Sports Association December 1958.
  • New York University Task Force Report-Ivey (1958).
  • Notices—Academic Deans, Faculty, Staff (1950).
  • Nuclear Energy, Regional Advisory Council on (1957).
  • National Commission on Accrediting January 1959-November 1960.
  • National Commission on Accrediting-March 1953-December 1958.
  • National Science Foundation July 1, 1960 –June 30, 1961.
  • National Science Foundation-July 1, 1959-July 1 1960.
  • Off-Campus Workshops (1955).
  • Parents and Teachers, Georgia Congress of Alice McLellan Birney Endowment Fund (1956).
  • Parents and Teachers, Georgia Congress of (1952).
  • Payroll (1953).
  • Peace Corps (1961).
  • Patents and Copyrights (1952).
  • Pharmacy Building G-11 (1958).

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  • Pharmacy, School of September 1950-June 1958.
  • Public Relations July 1, 1959-.
  • Public Relations 1951-June 30,1959.
  • Pharmacy, Southern College of (1951).
  • Quarter vs. Semester System (1954).
  • Ralston Purina Company St. Louis Mo., May 16-18, 1954.
  • Research – Coastal Islands –Bonner and Hart (1959).
  • Retirement 1950-1955-1956-1957.
  • Rev, Leland (1951).
  • Julius Rosenwald Fund 1950-51.
  • Dr. J.C. Rogers (1950).
  • Regents, University of Georgia Report to Georgia Education Association (1962).
  • Registrar & Director of Admissions July 1, 1960.
  • Red and Black (1951).
  • Regents, University System of Georgia Miscellaneous Correspondence (1960).
  • Registrar & Director of Admissions September 1950-June 30, 1960.
  • University of Georgia Advisory Council By-Laws and Statutes (1960).
  • Student Affairs-Registrar & Director of Admissions Personal Interview & Admissions (1962).
  • Reil, Lucy Cope (1952).
  • Retirement Dinners (1962).
  • Retirements 1958-.
  • ROTC (1956).
  • ROTC Facilities (1955).
  • ROTC-Elgin Air Force Base (Griffith) July 14-15, 1960.
  • ROTC-Air (July 1, 1954-June 30, 1955).
  • ROTC-Army (July 1, 1954-).
  • ROTC-Army May 1952-June 1954.
  • ROTC Navy January 1951-October 1952.
  • ROTC-Army (Oct. 1950-June 30, 1952).
  • Rural Development Program (1956).
  • Rusk, Dean-President, Rockefeller Foundation (1958).
  • Sabbatical Leaves (1954).
  • Salary Schedules (1950).
  • Sams Farm (1962).

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  • Scholarships (1952).
  • Scholarships July 1, 1953-June 30, 1957.
  • Scholarships September 1950-June 30, 1953.
  • Scholarships Coats and Clark (1960).
  • Scholarship, George Rush Franklin (1959).
  • Scholarships-Southeastern Fair A. Ganza (1951).
  • Seminar on American Strategy, Biltmore Hotel Atlanta Georgia, January 16, 1962.
  • Sesquicentennial (1950).
  • Skidaway Island Project (1966).
  • Small Business Administration (1955).
  • Social Security (1955).
  • Social Work Training (1952).
  • Solms, Anton Francis, Jr. (1938).
  • Southeastern Adult Education Association (1957).
  • Southeastern Conference July 1, 1960-.
  • An Application for Membership in the Southeastern Conference from Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida (1956).
  • Southern Association Special Committee to work with National Commission on Accrediting (1955).
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools-Georgia Committee (1949).
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Nov. 30-Dec. 3, 1959, Louisville, Kty.
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Louisville, Kty., December 1-4, 1958.
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Reports 1954-1958.
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools 1956-1959.
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools St. Petersburg, Florida 1951.
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools Reports 1948 & 1950-1954.
  • Southern Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities (1961).
  • Southern Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities October 3-4, 1955.
  • Southern Association of Land-Grant College September 30-October 1, 1957, Athens.
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools 1950-1955.
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools-Reports 1959-1960.
  • Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools 1960-.
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools-Committee on Revision of Standards-Atlanta Oct. 17, 18.
  • Southern Educational Film Production Service (1950).
  • Southern Fellowships Fund (1956).
  • Student Affairs, Division Of 1950-1953.

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  • Student Affairs-Hazing (1956).
  • Suspensions (1951).
  • “South’s Hall of Fame for the Living” (1958).
  • Student Publications (1952).
  • Space (1954).
  • Speakers Bureau (1958).
  • State Security Questionnaire #1 (1954).
  • Statistics, Institute of (1959).
  • Statistics (1949).
  • Southern University Conference Savannah, Georgia April 8-9, 1954.
  • Southern University Conference (1951).
  • Southern University Conference, Charleston, S.C., April 21-22, 1960.
  • Tennessee Valley Authority July 1953.
  • Tennessee Valley Authority July 1951-June 30, 1953.
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture (1950).
  • U.S. Study Commission Southeast River Basins (1960).
  • University Center in Georgia (1963).
  • University Council (1959).
  • University of Georgia Foundation Committee on Grants 1960-61.
  • Univ. Foundation Committee on Grants 1958-59.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Committee on Grants 1959-60. *(empty folder)
  • University of Georgia Special Folder Prepared by Mr. Davidson and Mr. Simpson (1958).
  • University of Georgia Foundation July 1, 1959-June 30, 1961.
  • University Foundation Arthur Lucas Memorial Fund (1958).
  • The University of Georgia Foundation M.G. Michael Fund (1961).
  • University of Georgia Foundation Dan MacDougald Memorial Fund Award (1953).
  • University Foundation-David Barrow Award (1960).
  • University of Georgia Foundation Thomas D. Carey & J.C.C. Black, Jr. Memorial Fund (1957).
  • Univ. Foundation Ferdinand Phinzy Lectures April 12-13, 1961.
  • University of Georgia Foundation Wilkins Memorial Fund (1954).

UGA 97-100: 59

  • University of Georgia Foundation M. J. Witman (1956).
  • Universities, Other (1950).
  • University Press (1953).
  • University Stores January 1958-June 30, 1960.
  • Committees, University System (1952).
  • University System Junior Colleges (1958).
  • University System Colleges (1953).
  • The University System of Georgia “The Odds are Against Us” (1960).
  • University System Advisory Council January 9, 1953.
  • Advisory Council-University System October 20, 1952.
  • University System Advisory Council Monday, November 23, 1960.
  • University System Advisory Council (1953).
  • Veterinary Medicine, School of July 1, 1957-.
  • University Volunteer Information Corps- (1962).
  • Urban Renewal (1959).
  • Westinghouse Luncheon February 26, 1957.
  • Wiggins, Grafton Bequest Donald McKenzie Bain Memorial (1959).
  • Westinghouse Luncheon February 26, 1957.
  • Wildlife Conservation Training Program (1951).
  • Women, Dean of (1950).
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Lecture (1956).
  • Zoological Society of Florida (1957).

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  • (Bronze Plaque, Presented by the Georgia Press Association, February 22, 1967).
  • (Plaque, Presented by Army ROTC Detachment May 23, 1967).
  • (Plaque, Presented by The Woman’s College of Georgia Student GEA-NEA, April 7, 1967).
  • (Plaque, General D. Jose de San Martin Liberator of Argentina, Chile, Peru).
  • (Plaque, Presented by The College of Business Administration University of Georgia May 5, 1967).
  • (Plaque, Presented by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi).
  • (Plaque, Presented by The University of Georgia Department of Athletics for Distinguished Service 1950-1967).
  • (Plaque, Guest Speaker Georgia Debate Banquet 1966).
  • (Plaque, Presented by GEA 1949-1950).

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  • (Plaque, Citation for Distinguished Service-Presented by the Department of Athletics).
  • (Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of outstanding service and assistance to the Petroleum Council of Georgia).
  • (Plaque and Citation-Presented by the United States Air Force for Outstanding Service).
  • (Bronze eagle medal).
  • (Plaque, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Honorary Member, 1968).
  • (Plaque, Presented by Kappa Delta Pi for Continuing Service, 1969).
  • (50th Anniversary Medal, Presented by the Federal Land Bank of Columbia, 1967).

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  • (long brown tube addressed to the Honorable Dr. O.C. Aderhold from the Secretary of State, Resolution from the Georgia State Senate wishing Dr. O.C. Aderhold a speedy recovery, 1962).
  • (Plaque, Presented by Radio & Television GAB, January 24, 1967.
  • (Certificate, Honorary Membership to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools).
  • (Plaque with a picture of a UGA football helmet).
  • (Bronze plaque, Citation for Outstanding Service to 4-H).
  • (Certificate, Presented by the Department of the Army for Outstanding Civilian Service, September 15, 1963- January 24, 1967).
  • (Empty manila envelope addressed to Mrs. O.C. Aderhold).

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  • (Summary The Southern Governors’ Conference-Thirty-First Annual Meeting September 12-15, 1965).
  • (Annual Report Council on Graduate Education in the Agricultural Sciences 1967 to W.K. Kellogg Foundation by Southern Regional Education Board).
  • (Summary of The Conference on Improving Agriculture and Related Sciences in Land Grant Institutions in The Southern States May 16-17, 1968 Council on Graduate Education in The Agricultural Sciences Southern Regional Education Board).
  • (Southern Regional Education Board-Regional Action, July 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Southern Regional Education Board-Regional Action, December 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Southern Regional Education Board-Regional Action, August 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Southern Regional Education Board-Regional Action September 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Southern Regional Education Board-Regional Action September 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Southern Regional Education Board-Regional Action December 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Southern Regional Education Board reprinted from School and Society, March 18, 1967) . *(no folder)
  • (Remarks of President O.C. Aderhold, Vice-Chairman of Southern Regional Education Board, at Southern Governors’ Conference, Sea Island, Georgia, September 13, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (The Role of Southern Universities in the National Research Effort-Statement by Dr. O.C. Aderhold, President of the University of Georgia, for discussion at annual meeting of Southern Regional Education Board, October 11, 1964, San Antonio, Texas). *(no folder)
  • (Award to Omer Clyde Aderhold presented by the University of Georgia Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi April 23, 1965).
  • (Unopened book-1966 University of Georgia Football Programs).
  • (Booklet-To Comfort You, from Mr. and Mrs. Homer George Cooper; a letter to Mrs. O.C. Aderhold, July 18, 1969).
  • (Cards and letters of sympathy and condolences, 1969).
  • (Cards and letters of sympathy and condolences, 1969).
  • (Cards and letters of sympathy and condolences 1969).
  • (Cards and letters of sympathy and condolences 1969).
  • (Cards and letters of sympathy and condolences 1969).
  • (Letters of sympathy 1969).
  • (Cards and letters of sympathy and condolences 1969).
  • (National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, July 17, 1969).
  • (The Emory Alumnus-“A President is Picked Here’s What They’re Like: The New First Family,” May 1957; Georgia vs. Georgia Tech Official Program, November 29, 1958).
  • (Georgia Alumni Record, November 1956).
  • (Pictures taken at the Griffin Appreciation Dinner, February 24, 1958).
  • (Notebook for the Faculty and Staff of the University of Georgia, October 1969).
  • (Aderhold Pictures November, 1961).
  • (Bainbridge and Decatur County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Banquet, Dr. O.C. Aderhold Guest Speaker-February 11, 1960; Resolution by the Governing Board of the Capital City Club Adopted July 15, 1969).
  • LTR from Company AC Citation Certificate to be Presented to the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia (October 1957).
  • Mercer University-Resolution of Gratitude to the Memory of President O.C. Aderhold-December 4, 1969.
  • Funeral Register. *(no date)
  • Telegraphs of Sympathy (1969).
  • O.C. Aderhold Newspaper Clippings. *(no date)
  • Photographs (1965).
  • Photographs (1964).
  • Photographs (1964).
  • Demosthenian Banquet-1968.
  • Photographs. *(c. 1950s-1960s) [Includes photo and negative of JFK standing in front of Georgia Center-1957].
  • Photographs. *(no date)
  • Photographs (1955).
  • Photographs. *(no date)
  • Photographs. *(no date)
  • Photographs (1963).
  • Photographs (1952).
  • Photographs (1964).
  • (The 1954 Pandora dedications-Dr. O.C. Aderhold, Governor Herman Talmadge, and Senator Richard Russell).
  • Clerk’s Office House of Representatives (A Resolution wishing Dr. O.C. Aderhold a speedy recovery, March 24, 1969).

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  • American Council on Education 1952-June 1954.
  • American Council on Education Commission on Instruction and Evaluation November 22-23, 1957, Chicago, Ill.
  • American Council on Education Oct. 2, 3, 4, 1963-Washington, D.C.
  • American Council on Education-Committee on Instruction & Evaluation-May 7-9, 1957-New York.
  • American Council on Education Com. on Instr. And Evaluation, April 2-5 Palo Alto, California ’56.
  • American Council on Education Com. on Instruction and Evaluation Washington Nov. 16-17, 1956.
  • American Council on Education-Annual Meeting Sept. 30-Oct. 2-Sheraton Palace Hotel-San Francisco, Calif. (1964).
  • American Council on Education Commission on Instruction and Evaluation January 1953-December 1953.
  • American Council on Education Commission on Evaluation and Instr. Williamsburg, Virginia, February 18-19, 1954.
  • American Council on Education Com. on Measurement and Evaluation March 26-27, 1954, Princeton, N.J.
  • American Council on Education, Commission on Instruction and Evaluation South Bend, Ind. October 18-19, 1954.
  • American Council on Education-Com. on Instructional and Evaluation December 5-7, 1955, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  • American Council on Education Board of Directors Washington, D.C., February 9, 1962.
  • American Council on Education Com. on Eval. and Instruct. Chicago, Ill., Feb. 24-25, 1955.
  • American Council on Education Commission on Instructional and Evaluation January 1954-June 1955.
  • American Council on Education Board of Directors June 19, 1962, Washington. D. C.
  • American Council on Education Board Meeting 10-3-5-62-Chicago, Illinois.
  • American Council on Education (1962).
  • American Association of University Professors (1950).
  • Director of AG Experiment Stations (1965).
  • Atlantic Council (THE) 1963-67.
  • Agriculture, College of Letters Concerning 1956.
  • Agriculture, College of –Reorganization (1950).
  • Agriculture Associate Deanship (Instruction).
  • Agriculture, College of Administrative Organization (1950).
  • Administrative Council Meetings 1950 Sept-1956 Jun.
  • Administrative Council Meetings 1956-Jul 1959 Jun.
  • Administrative Council Meetings 1959 Jul- 1961 Dec.
  • Administrative Council Meetings 1962 Jan-1966 May.

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  • American Council on Education Washington, D. C. -October 8-9, 1959.
  • American Council on Education January 1, 1960-December 31, 1960.
  • American Council on Education Executive Committee February 4-5, 1960.
  • American Council on Education Executive Committee Meeting June 20-21, 1960.
  • American College of Public Relations Association (1958).
  • ACPRA-District V (1952).
  • (Annual Report College of Education University of Georgia 1946-47).
  • Annual Reports 1950-51, 1951-52.
  • Annual Reports 1952-53.
  • Annual Reports 1953-54.
  • Annual Report 1954-55.
  • Annual Report 1955-56.
  • Annual Report 1956-57.
  • Annual Report 1957-1958.
  • Annual Report 1958-59.
  • Athens (1959).
  • Athens Board of Education (1949).
  • Athens Board of Education To June 30, 1951.
  • Athletic Asso. 1950.
  • Athletic Asso. 1952.
  • Athletic Association (Reports) July 1951-June 30, 1956.
  • Athletic Association July 1953-June 30, 1956.
  • Athletic Association Reports July 1, 1956-June 30, 1959.

UGA 97-100: 66

  • Athletic Association Board of Directors (1963).
  • Personal File –Athletic Department (1962).
  • Athletic Association-Harbin Lawson (1961).
  • Athletic Association-Board of Directors July 1, 1960-.
  • Athletic Association Board of Directors July 1, 1956-June 30, 1960.
  • Athletic Association Board of Directors 1953-June 30, 1956.
  • Athletics, Board of Directors Jan. 1951-July 1953.
  • Asst. Attorney General (1954).
  • Attorney General’s Office (1959).
  • University of Alabama Attempt to Integrate (1956).
  • Beaver, General Sandy (1955).
  • Biscoe, Alvin B.-Dean of Faculties Confidential File (1958).
  • Building Needs (1964).
  • Building Needs (1962).
  • Dinner Honoring Chancellor Caldwell- May 20, 1964-6:30 p.m.-Main Dining Room-Georgia Center.
  • Carlton, Annie 1950-51.
  • Chamber of Commerce (1966).
  • Clarke CO. Steering CMTE. (1966).
  • Compact For Education See Education Commission of the States. *(no papers, just label).
  • Continuing Education Confidential (1957).
  • Presidential Commission (Ways of supporting Ed. Television-Boston, Mass. Friday, March 12, 1965-9:30 a.m.).
  • Conference on Long Range Financing of Educational Television Stations-Dec. 7-8, 1964-Washington, D.C.
  • ETV Conference on Long-Range Financing of ETV Stations, Statler-Hilton, Washington, D.C., March 5-7, 1967.

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  • Enrollment Statistics (1959).
  • Education Commission of The States Compact for Ed 1965.
  • Education Commission of The States 1966.
  • Education Commission of The States 1967.
  • Education Beyond The High School – Junior College Committee – File #2 (1957).
  • Education Beyond The High School – Junior College Committee – File #1 (1956).
  • Education & World Affairs Conference – March 22-24, 1964 White Sulphur Springs, W. Virginia.
  • Education, College of Deanship (1960).
  • Development, Director of (1965).
  • Development, Director of July 1, 1964 - June 30, 1965.
  • Development, Director of (1953).
  • Director of Development, Selection of (1962).

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  • Enrollment Statistics (1955).
  • ETV Conference, 10-4 p.m., Nov. 24, Room J Center (Depts. Ag. & HEW) (1965).
  • Faculty Committee on Selection of a President (1966).
  • Felton, Jule W., Jr. (1953).
  • Georgia Education Association 1963-64.
  • Georgia Education Association 1961-62.
  • Georgia Education Association Adequate Program of Education in Ga. (1953).
  • Georgia Education Association Local Leaders School of Instruction 1960.
  • Georgia Education Association School Public Relations Comm 1957-62.
  • Development, Director of (1961).
  • Georgia Education Association Griffith Participation (1956).
  • Georgia Educational Improvement Council 1966.
  • Gates, James E. (1961).
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (1961).
  • Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission December 1959-.
  • Graduate Training Program for Teachers 1951.
  • Georgia Teachers Institute (1954).
  • Georgia State College (1955).
  • Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission Associated Consultants in Education Dr. Doak Campbell, Director (1958).
  • Georgia Science and Technology Commission 1967.
  • Georgia Science & Technology Commission 1967.
  • Georgia Science & Technology Commission 1966.
  • Governors Correspondence Griffin Marvin 1958-61.
  • Governors Correspondence Sanders Carl E. 1962-66.
  • Governors Correspondence Vandiver Ernest 1959-63.

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  • Graduate School – Deanship (1958).
  • Greene James E. Correspondence 1951-55.
  • The Georgia Medal Dinner, Atlanta Ga. Wed. January 26-7 p.m., Marriott Motor Hotel (1965).
  • Hartman, William C., Jr. (1962).
  • Georgia Day Dinner (1957).
  • Georgia Baptist Convention, Education Commission (1959).
  • Nuclear Advisory Commission (1957).
  • Governor’s Conference on Education Oct. 24-25-Dinkler Plaza (1966).
  • Highway (1955).
  • 10th District Meeting Ga. School Boards Assn. 6 p.m., November 24 Alps Road School (1963).
  • Hicks, W.T. (1950).
  • Legislative Committee Visit of February 13, 1957.
  • Legislative Committee, Reports to and visit of March 4 and 5, 1955.
  • Deanship - School of Law (1963).
  • Letters, Odd (1965).
  • Letters, Odd (1951).
  • Legislative Committee Investigation of Teacher Education (1958).
  • Legislature, Acts of Regarding University of Georgia (1928).
  • Martin, S. Walter Dr. Vice Chancellor Univ. System (1962).
  • The National Industrial Conference Board Meeting – April 13, 1966.
  • National Military – Industrial and Educational Conference Chicago, Ill, April 10-12, 1961.
  • National Security Forum-Maxwell AFB May 16-19, 1966.
  • Naval Orientation Cruise August 24-26, 1954.
  • Nelson Articles Atlanta Constitution (1960).
  • Newburn, H.K. – Study of Faculty Personnel Policies (1958).
  • Orange Bowl – January 1, 1960 University of Ga. vs. Missouri.
  • Our World Today – The Atlanta Journal Series (1958).
  • Proposed Organization Chart For the University of Georgia 1964.
  • Painter Raids 1952 and 1958.
  • Parents Day (1952).
  • Payne Hall (1954).
  • President’s Seminar on Finance Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 30-Nov.1 1960.

UGA 97-100: 70

  • The Presidents’ Institute, Boston, Mass. June 18-26, 1963.
  • Promotions 1961-62.
  • Promotions and Exclusions (1959).
  • Promotions 1960-61.
  • Presidency, College & University Study of (1959).
  • Regents Board of Correspondence 1953-58.
  • Regents Board of Committee on Research and Extension 1960-62.
  • Regents Board of Meeting Admission Policies 1959 February 17.
  • Regents Board of Meeting Robert O. (1960).
  • Regents Board of Dunlap James (1961).
  • Regents Board of Callaway Howard “Bo” 1959-65.
  • Regents Board of Dewberry J H (1960).
  • Regents Board of Harris Roy (1953).
  • Regents Board of Siebert L R (1956).
  • ROTC AFFAIRS Army Advisory Panel Meeting 1961 Apr.
  • ROTC AFFAIRS Army Advisory Panel Meeting 1962 Oct. 26.
  • Army Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs 1964-65.
  • Army Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs – April 10, 1964, Washington, D. C.
  • ROTC Summer Camp 1959.
  • ROTC Meeting Asst. Sec. For Defense Land-Grant College 1966.
  • ROTC Air Force – Institutional Conference Maxwell AFB 1959-60.
  • ROTC Testimony on Bills HR 9124 and 8130 1964-64.
  • Segregation 1953-59.
  • Senators Russell Richard B. 1960-.
  • Simpson, George L., Jr. Chancellor (1964).
  • Southern Assn. Land-Grant Colleges & State Univ. 14th Annual Meeting October 2-3, 1966-Lexington, Ky.
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Louisville, Kentucky, November 30-December 3, 1964.
  • SOU.ASSN. Colleges & Schools Screening Committee Meeting, Atlanta, Nov. 1-2-62.
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools-Miami, Florida, December 4-7, 1961.
  • Legislative Committee, University System of Georgia 1960.
  • Southeastern Conference Jan. 26-27, 1967-New Orleans, La.
  • State Appropriations 1953-54.
  • Southern Association Team – University of Kentucky Self-Study April 24-27, 1960.
  • Sou. Region Conference on Education – Richmond, Va. (John Marshall Hotel) December 2-3, 1965.
  • Southern States Work Conference Daytona Beach – 1951.

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  • Southern University Conference April 21-23, 1965 – Hot Springs, Ark.
  • State Department of Education Advisory Council 1966.
  • State Departments of Education Advisory Council 1965.
  • State Departments of Education Jan-Jun Advisory Council 1967.
  • Statutes – University of Georgia (1940).
  • Stephens, Robert G., Jr. 10th Dist. Congressman (1962).
  • Stokes, James W. (1952).
  • Teacher Education Conference (1951).
  • Tennessee Valley Authority-Land-Grant Presidents Muscle Shoals, Alabama-June 22, 23, 1959.
  • TVA – Land-Grant College Meeting Atlanta October 4 and 5, 1955.
  • Testimony – Select Committee on Government Research – 10 a.m., December 12, 1963 Washington, D.C.
  • Texas, University of “Texas Confronting the State University” Austin, Texas Nov. 2-4, 1958.
  • Talmadge Herman E. Senator 1957-67.
  • University Chaplain (1954).
  • Univ System of Georgia Caldwell Harmon 1958-64.
  • Southern Regional Conference on Urbanization-Marriott Motel-May 30, 1967.
  • University System of Georgia Correspondence Gignilliat Arthur (1959).
  • University System Advisory Council 1951-52.
  • University of Georgia (1950).
  • Vocational Rehabilitation (1958).
  • Committee on Revision of Univ. Statutes (1959).
  • Deanship-School of Veterinary Medicine (1966).
  • Deanship School of Veterinary Medicine (1963).
  • Horace T. Ward (1950).
  • Committee, White House Conference on Education (1951).
  • (“…schoolhouse story-How Georgia is Building Two Hundred Million Dollars Worth of School Buildings” by the State Department of Education, 1955). *(no folder)
  • (What Our Schools Should Accomplish). *(no folder)
  • (The Georgia Conference preceding The White House Conference on Education-Background Information Related to the Questions to be Discussed, September 14-16, 1955). *(no folder)
  • (The Georgia Conference preceding The White House Conference on Education-Program, September 14-16, 1955). *(no folder)
  • (Opening Address: Georgia Conference Preceding The White House Conference on Education). *(no folder)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-Goals of Education). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-School Organization). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-School Building Needs). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens, Conference- Teacher Supply). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference- School Finance). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-School Finance). *(no date, no folder)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-Public Interest in Education). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-Summary Report). *(no folder, no date)
  • (State of Georgia, Athens Conference-Follow Up). *(no folder, no date)
  • (In What Ways Can We Organize Our School Systems More Efficiently And Economically). *(no folder, no date)
  • (What Are Our School Building Needs?, 1951-52 – 1960-61). *(no folder)
  • (How Can We Get Enough Good Teachers – And Keep Them?). *(no folder, no date)
  • (How Can We Finance Our Schools?). *(no folder, no date)
  • (The Reports of the White House Conference on Education Washington, D.C. Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 1955).
  • (White House Conference on Education 1955).
  • Williams, Joseph A. (1961).
  • E. Vandiver Letter (1951).

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  • Dormitory, High Rise (1964).
  • General Classroom Bldg. (1964).
  • Inauguration Fred C. Davison May 11, 1968.
  • Creswell Hall (1960).
  • Athletic-Graduate Dormitory (1964).
  • Contingency Cost Sanford Stadium Contract Feb. 1967.
  • Athletics Expansion of Sanford Stadium (1966).
  • Recommendation Letters 1965 Jul – 1966 Jun.
  • Recommendation Letters 1956-1964 Jun.

UGA 97-100: 73

  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA-Admin. Subject File (17 Items) Jan. 9-15, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA-Admin. Subject File (15 Items) Jan. 23-26, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA-Admin. Subject Files (9 Items) Jan. 27-31, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA-Admin. Subject File (12 Items) Feb. – Apr. 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA-Admin. Subject File (17 Items) No Date.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA-Admin. Subject File (1 Item) Dec. 1960.

UGA 97-100: 74

  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (4 Items) 1954-60.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (4 Items) Jan. 7-10, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (33 Items) Jan. 11-5, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (18 Items) Jan. 16-20, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (7 Items) Jan. 21-25, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (8 Items) Mar. – Aug. 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Correspondence Opposed (6 Items) No Date.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA - Correspondence Opposed Charles W. Minis. Correspondence (5 Items) January, 1961.

UGA 97-100: 75

  • O.C. Aderhold Papers (18 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Dec. 1960-Jan. 10, 1961.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers (52 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Jan. 11-12, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (84 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Jan. 13-14, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (44 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Jan. 15-16, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (25 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Jan. 17-18, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (45 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Jan. 19-24, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (24 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Jan. 25-31, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (25 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting Feb. – July, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (17 Items) Integration at UGA – Correspondence Supporting No Date.

UGA 97-100: 76

  • O. C. Aderhold Papers Integration at UGA – Resolutions (14 Items) Jan. 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (Integration) – Report of Special Committee 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (29 Items) Integration at UGA – Admin. Subject File Jan. 16-20, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (10 Items) Integration at UGA – Radio Comments Jan. 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (1 Item) Integration at UGA – Litigation Jun. 26, 1962.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (20 Items) Integration at UGA – Telegrams Supporting Jan. 8-25, 1961.
  • O. C. Aderhold Papers (24 Items) Integration at UGA – Telegrams Opposed Jan. 11-17, 1961.

UGA 97-100: 77

  • Personal – Walter D. Cocking (1941).
  • Letters RE Hunter-Stovall Marriage (1963).
  • Student Affairs RE Integration (1961).
  • Ten – Year Survey, Dean of Women Office Copy 1950-60.
  • Drewry – 1952.
  • W.D. Cocking (1945).
  • Kennedy, Robert – Appearance on Campus (1961).
  • University Relations Confidential (1965).
  • GA. HD9437 U5F2 1966 & 1967.
  • Integration at UGA (Items relocated from clipping file 97-100:30) (1961)

UGA 97-100: 78

  • Athletic Association Selection of Head Football Coach, January 1961.
  • Dictatorship – Department of Athletics (1963).
  • International Cooperation Agency – Correspondence in Connection with Aderhold Visit to Cambodia & Vietnam (1961).
  • Athletic Association – Board of Directors July 1, 1964 – June 30, 1965.
  • Sun Bowl Game – Dec. 26, 1964.
  • Athletic Association Board of Directors (1966).
  • Dinner Meeting For Presidents And Alumni – (Joint Office of Institutional Research) 10-21-63 6:30 p.m. – Univ. Club.
  • Air Training Command Advisory Board (1961).
  • Deanship – College of Arts and Sciences (1949).
  • Arts and Sciences, College of September 1950-June 30, 1957.
  • Articles, Newspaper – Jack Spalding Margaret Shannon (1953).
  • Atlanta Division – Confidential (1954).
  • Athletic Assn Budget Rept 1968.
  • Athletic Assn Budget Rept 1967.
  • Analysis of Surplus for University and Continuing Education - June 30, 1956 through December 31, 1961.
  • Atlanta Division – Special Study by Southern Association (1952).
  • Annual Report 1959-60.
  • Annual Report 1960-61.
  • Annual Report 1960-61 Final.
  • The University of Georgia Annual Report 1961-62 President’s.
  • Annual Report 1961-62.
  • Annual Report 1962-63.
  • Annual Report 1963-64 The President of the University of Georgia.
  • American Council on Education 1950-51.
  • American Council on Education January 1, 1961 – December 31, 1961.

UGA 97-100: 79

  • Permission (1960).
  • (The Servant of All Our Purposes by John. W. Gardner, 1958). *(no folder).
  • (The Servant of All Our Purposes by John W. Gardner, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (The Servant of All Our Purposes by John W. Gardner, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Suggestions for Personnel, Carnegie Study). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Agreement between the University of Georgia and Sandak Incorporated, May 24, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Arts of the United States). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Carnegie Study on American Art, 1955).
  • Carnegie Suggestions (1955).
  • Advisory Board Members Letters to (1956).
  • CORR. General (1956).
  • Consultants – Requests for (1959).
  • Consultants – Refusals (1955).
  • Consultants – Letters of Acceptance (Lamar Dodd letters, 1956).
  • Suggestions for Carnegie Personnel. *(no date)
  • Personnel (1955).
  • Program Outline – Mimeographs Long – old. *(no date)
  • (Survey and Collection of Materials for the Study of the Arts of the United States – Eight copies). *(no folder, no date).
  • Mimeo – Old Consultant & Categ. Lists, Survey and Collection of American Art Materials, Suggestions for personnel – Carnegie Study. *(no date)
  • Carnegie – American Art Study Correspondence (1955).
  • Carnegie – American Art Study Suggestions. *(empty folder)
  • Carnegie: Bills and Invoices (1956).
  • Carnegie Expense: 1958-59.
  • Mimeo Program – Brief & Long. *(no date)
  • Program Latest Mimeographs. *(no date)
  • Survey and Collection of Materials for the Study of the Arts of the United States (Mimeographed). *(no date).
  • Digest of Carnegie Correspondence (1956).
  • Survey of 18th and 19th century Graphic Art in America. *(no date)
  • Carnegie Stencils (1957).
  • Carnegie Stencils. *(no date)
  • (Manila Envelope – Douglas MacAgy Data, 1956).
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York – For Release A.M. Papers Monday, January 27, 1958, 21 copies). *(no folder).
  • (Survey and Collection of Materials for the Study of the Arts of the United States, 11 copies). *(no folder, no date)
  • (The Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States Prospectus, 1956, 3 copies). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States A Prospectus – the original copy). *(no folder, no date)
  • (The Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States – revised copy?).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Carnegie Study of the Art of the United States A Prospectus, 2 copies).*(no folder, no date)
  • (The Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States Prospectus – Rec’d 4/11/57, Last revised copy). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States A Prospectus– Bill’s Statement). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Carnegie Study of the Art of the United States A Prospectus, 2 copies).*(no folder, no date)
  • AB-AV (1957).
  • BA-BU (1957).
  • CA-CU (1956).
  • Carnegie: Budgetary Information (1956).
  • Carnegie (1958).
  • Carnegie Budget – Current (1955).
  • Request for Purchase. *(empty folder)
  • Monthly Statements (1955).
  • Forward For Book. *(no date)
  • Carnegie: Letters of Acknowledgement of Sets of Slides (1959).
  • Carnegie Quarterly (1957).
  • Re Publication of Book. *(empty folder)
  • Publicity (1957).
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York Gardner, John; Mahoney, Margaret; Rowan, Helen (1957).
  • Carnegie – Catalog (1958).
  • Carnegie Catalog (1957).

UGA 97-100: 80

  • Carnegie Catalog _ Pending (1958).
  • Carnegie: Forward for Catalog (1959).
  • DA- DO (1957Correspondence Regarding Metropolitan Museum Slides (1957).
  • Reprint from College Art Journal (1958).
  • EI – FR (1958).
  • GE – IR (1957).
  • JO – LO (1956).
  • Carnegie Miscellaneous (1957).
  • Carnegie: Miscellaneous (1956).
  • MA – NO (1956).
  • OL – QU (1957).
  • RE – RO (1956).
  • SA – SY (1957).
  • TA – UN (1958).
  • VA – WR (1957).
  • YA – ZO (1956).
  • Tentative set 2500 slides by categories (Green Divider). *(no folder, no date)
  • Pending – Carnegie (1959).
  • Carnegie Copyright (1956).
  • (Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States – Tentative List by Categories of Subjects in Sets of 2500 Slides). *(no folder, no date)
  • Carnegie Agreement (1957).
  • (Carnegie Project 1960).
  • (Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States – Tentative List by Categories in Sets of 2500 Slides, 12 copies). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Request for Purchase – reimbursement for supplies purchased for use in Carnegie Study of American Art, February 25, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – reimbursement for postage stamps for Carnegie Project, July 26, 1956 – June 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – July – September payroll; Personal Services, October 22, 1956). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – February 1957 – July 1956). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – reimbursement for travel, October 1956 – June 1957).*(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – reimbursements, July 2, 1956 – June 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – expenses and personal services, October 30, 1956 – June 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – personal services and expenses, November 1956). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – consultant’s honorarium and reimbursement for travel, September 1, 1956 – July 1956). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – personal services, December 6, 1956- May 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – travel, equipment, personal services, expenses, October 23, 1956 – July 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Request for Purchase – travel and personal services, October 10, 1956 – May 1957).
  • *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, April 30, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, March 31, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, March 31, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, October 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, July 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, August, 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, September 30, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, December 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, January 31 , 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, January 31, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, February 28, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, February 28, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, April 30, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Post Office delivery receipt – Department on Art The University of Georgia, 1959). *(no folder)
  • *(no folder)
  • (Receipt for Certified Mail, July 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Receipt for Certified Mail, 12 receipts, July 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Index Card – Mildred Constantine wants conference in NY). *(no folder)
  • (Index Card – Request from schools for sets). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Index Card – New York slide projectors). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Index Card – University of Miami). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Index Card – list of names). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Post card to Lamar Dodd, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Receipt for Certified Mail, 6 receipts, July 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Incorporated, expenses incurred in reproduction of slides as per contract for month of November 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Incorporated, invoice, May 5, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Contract – University of Georgia and New York Corporation for the Carnegie project, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Comprehensive U.S. Art Survey Underway, 15 copies, March 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Sandak Inc. to the Norfolk Museum, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Lamar Dodd to Ethel Freeman regarding slides of the Carnegie project).
  • (Sandak Inc. Newsletter – A Year in Review, 1960-61). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Lamar Dodd to John W. Gardner, President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, April 16, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Lamar Dodd to Florence Anderson, Secretary of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, March 29, 1962).
  • (McGraw – Hill Book Company, Inc. royalty statement for period ending December 30, 1961).*(no folder)
  • (request for permission to use material from the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States for reproduction in a book, April 10, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (request for permission to use material form the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States for reproduction, October 24, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Lamar Dodd to Blanche Collins of the City of Long Beach Public Library, March 9, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (request for permission to use material from the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States for overseas press and magazine program, June 11, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (request for permission for use of material from the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States for publication in a book, June 11, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (request for permission for use of material from the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States to be published in “Better Living Encyclopedia”, June 13, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from the Carnegie Corporation of New York to Lamar Dodd, April 4, 1962) .
  • (request for use of material from the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States for publication, May 3, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (request for use of material from the Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States for reproduction in a book, May 11, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Bernard Myers, Editor in Chief Art Book Department to Florence Anderson, Carnegie Corporation of New York, April 27, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Letter – from Sandak Inc. to Lamar Dodd, June 13, 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, November 30, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, November 30, 1957).
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, December 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, September 30, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, September 30, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Corp Art, September 30, 1958).
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, August 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • (Departmental Budget – Carnegie Art, July 31, 1957). *(no folder)
  • Carnegie: Martha Davidson. *(empty folder)
  • Carnegie: Lists, Essays, Comments. *(no folder)
  • Agreement. *(empty folder)

UGA 97-100: 81

  • Carnegie Agreement (1957).
  • Barker, Virgil (1955).
  • Barton, Lucy (1956).
  • Baur, John I. H. (1956).
  • Constantine, Mildred (1956).
  • Dockstader, Frederick (1956).
  • Hamilton, George H. (1956).
  • Huntley, G. Haydn (1956).
  • Jordy, William (1956).
  • Lieberman, William (1956).
  • Montgomery, Charles (1956).
  • Morrison, Hugh (1956).
  • Newhall, Beaumont (1956).
  • Oenslager, Donald (1955).
  • Richardson, Edgar P. (1956).
  • Ritchie, Andrew (1956).
  • Scully, Vincent (1956).
  • Zigrosser, Carl (1956.
  • 100 Selections for Sample Sets. *(no date)
  • Requests For Sets (1956).
  • Faison, Lane (1958).
  • Friedman, William (1956).
  • Norton, Rachel (1958).

UGA 97-100: 82

  • McDowell, Tremaine (1955).
  • Anderson, Florence (1956).
  • Davidson, Martha (1957).
  • Vidson – 1956-57 (1956).
  • Photography – Misc. (1957).
  • Larkin, Oliver (1956).
  • Pierson, Wm – 1956.
  • Pierson, William H. (1957).
  • Pierson, Wm. – 1957.
  • Pierson, Wm. 60-61.
  • Pierson, Travel Requests (1956).
  • Phelps, Charlie B. (1958).
  • Sandak (1956).
  • Goodrich, Lloyd (1955).

UGA 97-100: 83

  • (Abbreviations). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Costumes). *(no folder, no date)
  • (The Technique of Photography and Slide Production). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Miscellaneous). *(no folder, no date)
  • Index Copy – 2. *(no date)
  • Permission Files -- Our Office -- Arizona – Louisiana (1958).
  • Permission Files – Our Office – Nebraska – Wisconsin, Less N.Y. State (1958).
  • (Appendix A and Appendix B).
  • Extras (Essays) – 4 missing. *(no date)
  • Catalogue Divisions. *(no date)
  • (Arts of the United States). *(no folder, no date)
  • Copy of Proposal, Copies of letters to Siebert, Aderhold, and Martin Concerning Proposal. *(no date)
  • Editorial Copies. *(empty folder)

UGA 97-100: 84

  • Permission Files – Our File – New York – City & State (1958).
  • (Appendix A). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Partial Shipment, Sandak Inc. – Mr. & Mrs. Edward Deming Andrews, November 4, 1960).*(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment, Library Materials – Library of Congress, November 4, 1960) *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment - Wichita Art Museum, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment, Library Materials – the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – Whitney Museum of American Art, November 15, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – Philadelphia Museum of Art, November 11, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – Chicago Natural History Museum, November 15, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – The Museum of Modern Art, November 17, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – George Eastman House, November 11, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – Dept. of City Planning, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – University of Texas, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – New York Public Library, November 11, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment, Library Materials – Curator of Indian Art, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – The Phillips Gallery, October 31, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – Department of Archeology, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – First Regent, Gunston Hall, October 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Partial Shipment – Cincinnati Art Museum, October 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Charles Francis Adams). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Bruno Adriani, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – The Alan Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Fortune Magazine). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Hillsdale High School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. D. C. Allen). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mercantile Library). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Independence National Historical Park, November 1, 1960).*(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. & Mrs. Louis Andrews, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Beverly Historical Society, December 20 , 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Alexander Archipenko).
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. E. Maitland Armstrong).
  • (Shipping order – Victoria Society of Maine Women).
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Maitland Armstrong).
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Lemuel Ayers).
  • (Shipping order – Denver Art Museum).
  • (Shipping order – Willow Run Ford Factory).
  • (Shipping order – Trinity Church).
  • (Shipping order – Colorado Springs Fine Art Center).
  • (Shipping order – King’s Chapel).
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Howard Bay).
  • (Shipping order – Walker Art Gallery, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Monticello, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – National Collection of Fine Arts Smithsonian Institution, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Laverne Originals, Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Hans Bergin). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – University of Virginia, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Theodore C. Bernardi). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Vassar College). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Cranbrook School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Board of Selectmen). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Ferdinand Boesch). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mission San Diego). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Born). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Supreme Court of New York). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Spanish Colonial Department Museum of New Mexico, November 2, 1960). *(no folder) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. J. H. Bradley). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Pilgrim Hall). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old Colony House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Baptist Home). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Memorial Coliseum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Irene Brynner). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – New England Conservatory of Music). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – St. Paul’s Methodist Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Charleston Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Board of Trustees). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Peabody Foundation Phillips Academy). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – St. Thomas Seminary). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of Modern Art). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Fort Worth Art Center). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Martin Cannon). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. & Mrs. N. L. Carpenter). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Tyron Palace Commission). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Stewart Memorial). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Morits Thomsen House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Pennsylvania Hospital). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Henry G. Chamberlain). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – American Ballet Theatre). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Bureau of Engineering & Maintenance). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Virginia Museum of Fine Arts). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Chew House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Dr. John W. Childress). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Stephen Clark, November 1, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Newark Museum, November 4, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Schucki Canning Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – College of Fine Arts Syracuse University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mission Espada (San Francisco de la Espada). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old Mission). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – County Park Commissioner). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Congregation B’nai Israel). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Boston Public Library). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Fogg Art Museum Harvard University, October 6, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Supervisor of Historic Sites, Division of Archives & History State Department of Education, November 1, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Wadsworth Atheneum, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of Contemporary Crafts). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Cheryl Crawford). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – University of Pittsburgh). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Pratt House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. and Mrs. Lammot duPont Copeland). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Stanley Cunningham). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Victor Gruen Associates, December 20, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Robert. W. Daniel). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Andrew Dasburg). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Winona Public Library Board, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – The Valentine Museum, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Richard Davis). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Christ Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – DeMars House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mount Vernon). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Southwest Museum, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – City Hall). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – U. S. Naval Academy Museum U.S. Naval Academy).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Middleburg Plantation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. F. J. Dodd, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – C. A. Brown House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Indian Mountain School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Art Department Fisk University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Grand Rapids Public Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Charlotta D. Drayton). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Worcester Art Museum, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Henry Dreyfuse). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Thomas Oliver Larkin State Historical Monument). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Division of Beaches and Parks). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Henry Whitfield House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Revere Copper and Brass Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Charles Eames). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – America House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Ben Edwards). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Ford Motor Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Eldon Elder). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Los Angeles County Museum Exposition Park). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Charles Elson). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Shelburne Museum, Inc., October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Frederick E. Emmons). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Lawrence Art Museum Williams College, October 21, 1960).*(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Topsfield Historical Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Essex Institute, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. S. Falk). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Ashby Farrow). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Federal Glass Company, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Roland D. Faltman Real Estate Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Trinity Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Christ Church Parish). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Lois Field, December 21 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Royall House Association). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of Science & Industry, November 1, 1968). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Lawrence Fleischman). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Rev. Henry Wilder Foote). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Nick Forte). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Maryland Historical Society, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Business Manager Louisiana State Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – American Export Lines). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Palace of the Governor, Military Plaza). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Samuel Freeman). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Walker Art Center, October 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Founder’s Hall Girard College). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Jones Estate). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Unitarian Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – St. Frances of Assisi Mission). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Cecil H. Gamble). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Teamsters Union Joint Council #13 American Stove Co, Building, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Redwood Library).
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Alfonso Giella).
  • (Shipping order – Brandeis University).
  • (Shipping order – Public Relations Department Pennsylvania Railroad).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Los Angeles City Board of Education, December 20, 1960) *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Gladding McBean & Co.) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Department of Fine Arts University of Southern Calif.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Ingomer Club). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – “True Temper” Corporation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Francis Goelet). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Leo Goldberg). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Museum of Primitive Art). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Hill, Barlow, Goodale & Adams). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Natchez Garden Club). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Sara Roby Foundation c/o Whitney Museum of American Art, November 1, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Adolph Gottlieb). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Buildings Manager Customs House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Robert A. Granger). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Howard S. Grann). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Law School Harvard University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Walter Gropius). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Chain Gross). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Midtown Galleries). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Sterling and Francine Clark Inst.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Habitat Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Hackley Art Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Harper and Brothers Bldg., December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Headquarters South Carolina Historical Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Graceland Cemetery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Fostoria Glass Company), *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Lawrence Halprin). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The American Scenic & Historical Preservation Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Holy Trinity Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Paul R. Hanna, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Christ Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Great Lakes Naval Training Center). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mission Dan Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Hartman Luggage Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Frederick Hartt). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – News Office Columbia University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum for the Arts of Decoration Cooper Union, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Arizona State Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Weston Havens). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Addison Gallery of American Art Phillips Academy, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. W. K. Healy). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – George E. Weigle Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of Contemporary Craft). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Saturday Review). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old Narragansett Church, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Blacker – Hill House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Second Bank – State Street Trust). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Richard Hodgson). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Houghton Library Harvard University, December 21, 1960).*(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Adam Thoroughgood House Foundation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Peridot Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Public Relations Rockefeller Center). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Walter Houston). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Corcoran Gallery of Art, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Palace of the Legion of Honor). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Director of Public Information Office University of Miami).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mulberry Plantation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Victor Hunt). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. William Morris Hunt). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Law School University of Pennsylvania). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Peale Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – University Club). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Board of Trustees First Baptist Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Iroquois China Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – General Motors Public Relations). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – James Industries). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Sidney Janis Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. George Jenkins). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Department of Parks Arsenal, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Phillip Johnson). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Locherbie Shades Mountain). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Pohick Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Art Museum Princeton University, December 20, 1960).*(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Nantucket Historical Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – New York State Historical Assoc., October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – St. Louis Cemetery #1). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Area One Customs House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. G.M. Kates). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Edgar Kaufmann). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Brown University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Grand Central Terminal). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – O.F.M Mission). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. George M.D. Kelly). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Keller Mansion). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Christ Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, November 4, 1960).*(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Nessie Kelso). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Ward Willitts House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Concord Antiquarian Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Leo Kers). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Frederic J. Kiesler). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Isaac Bell House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Walters Art Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Joslyn Art Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. & Mrs. Allan Klauber). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Knoll Associates, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Wayfarer’s Chapel). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Manufacturers’ Trust Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Kraushaar Galleries). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. H. H. Kynett, November 1 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Lillian B. Ladd). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Read House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – William Drayton House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – William H. Lane Foundation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Peter Larkin). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Jack Laner Larsen). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Phelps Dodge Corporation General Store, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Hammond Harwood House Assoc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Medway Plantation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Bruton Parish Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Congregational Meeting – House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Dorothy Liebes). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Christ Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Canajoharie Library & Art Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Marblehead Historical Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Montpelier Manor, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – St. James Church, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Herman Miller Furniture Company, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mission Conception). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Historic St. Luke’s Restoration). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Minute Man Hill). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Florida East Coast Hotel Co. Ponce de Leon Hotel).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Macy’s). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Greenwood Common). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Bell Telephone Pioneers Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Union League of Philadelphia). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Edward Manigault). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Philadelphia Museum of Art, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Philadelphia Museum of Art). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Crow Island Elementary School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Mary Marston). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Taliesin, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – First Church of Christ Scientist, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of New Mexico). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Shipping order – Webb & Knapp Inc., October 21, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Richard Lloyd Jones). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Walker Art Center). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Carolina Art Association Gibbes Art Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – “Carter’s Grove). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Bradley House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – McIntire Garrison House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Western Management Corp.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – House in Fellowship Park). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Catalano Drive). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Ivan Mestrovic). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old Laguna Mission). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Middletown Manufacturing Co.) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Howard Miller Clock Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of the City of New York, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Taylor Museum Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, October 27, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Cranbrook Academy of Art). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Fine Arts Associates). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Rhode Island Historical Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Henry Francis duPont Witnerthur Museum, November 1, 1960) . *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Rochester Memorial Art Gallery University of Rochester). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Press Information). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – American National Red Cross). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Congregation of Bethlehem Sister’s House Moravian Seminary). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Philadelphia Savings Fund Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Lindens). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Store for V.C. Morris). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Shipping order – Van Schaack & Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. George Nakashima). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The National Baseball Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – W. A. Glasner House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old Tennent Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Dr. Otto Neurath). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Alfred University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Beaumont Newhall, November 14, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Marie Nichols). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Arcade). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – State Fair Arena). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – First Dutch Reformed Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. T. Carson O’Connell). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Donald Oenslager). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Richard O’ Hanlon). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Violet Organ). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Stafford Osborn). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Inez Overhauls). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Department of Conservation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Rice Institute). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – George Eastman House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The First Church in Boston). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Enoch Pratt Free Library). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Albertus Magnus College). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Charles Shipman Payson). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. William E. Pennington). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Wallace Percy). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Corning Museum of Glass Corning Glass Center, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Playskool Manufacturing Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Ames Library). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old State House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – National Academy of Design). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Roelof Westervelt House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. H. Price, Jr.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Old Dartmouth Historical Society and Whaling Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Witte Memorial Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Heathoote School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Waldemar Raemisch). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – International Business Machines Corporation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Underwood Laboratories). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – New York Hist. Assoc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Museum of Fine Arts, November 15, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Merry Renk, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Illinois Institute of Technology, November 4, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Grace Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Paul Revere Memorial Association Kidder Peabody and Company).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. William Rinehart). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Universalist Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Yale University Art Gallery, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Gloria Dei Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Jerome Robbins). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Preston Robinson). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Shipping order – San Jose de Gracia Mission Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Nelson A. Rockefeller). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – West Columbia Independent School District). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Wolfgang Roth). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order - Mr. Henry Rox). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Towle Manufacturing Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Las Lomas High School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Leon Russell). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Archibald Rutledge, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – St. Michael’s Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Lake County Tuberculosis Sanatorium). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order –Gore Place and Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Phoenix Theatre). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Frank Pierson). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Simplicity Pattern Company, Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Capilla Real San Carlos Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Coors Porcelain Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – First Congregation Parish Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Charles Scarlett, Jr.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Chemex Corporation ). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Veteran’s Administration Hospital). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Temple Emanu-El). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Kensington, Junior High School, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Free Library of Philadelphia, October 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Lawrence Shaw). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Central Lutheran Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Avery Coonley House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Herman Shumlin). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – William Rockhill Nelson Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – William Low House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Sitterle Ceramics). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – First Christian Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Myra Virginia Smith D’Evereux). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mariner’s Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Andrew D. White Museum of Art Cornell University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Robert Spalding). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Polytechnic Elem. School, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Countess Szchenyi). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – A. G. Spaulding & Brothers Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Rabbi Joseph Speiser). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Chestnut Hill Baptist Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Florida Southern College). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Marine Historical Association, October 6, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Richard Stankiewics). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Station Master New York Central Railroad) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Monroe Calculating Machine Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Sigma Phi House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Whitney Stoddard). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – St. James Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Pola Stout, Inc.) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Stovall Museum of Science and History University of Oklahoma). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Director of Public Relations and Development Drake University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Castillo de San Marcos). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Decatur Art Center). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Miss Selma Tamber). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Commodore Chester Taylor). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Fortune Rock House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Dept. of Art College of William and Mary). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Leif Thorne – Thomsen). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Dunbar Furniture Company). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Tinney). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Unitarian Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – John Whitman House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Triboro Hospital). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – United Nations Building). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. E. Venable & Mrs. H. deRoth). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Vista (Santa Fe) Elementary School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Peter H. Voulkos). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Library Company of Phila.) *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Emil Bach House). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. James H. Ward). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Cemetery Commissioners). *(no folder, no date).
  • (Shipping order – Mr. &Mrs. Walker Pegram Warren). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. A. R. Watsek). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. William Wayne, December 21, 1960). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Benjamin L. Webster, December 21, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Magnum Weeks, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Warner House Association). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Freer Gallery of Art). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Wesleyan University). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – The Weyhe Gallery). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – University of Colorado Museum). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Belmont College). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Alcos Building). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Litchfield Historical Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Malcolm Willey). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Bostonian Society). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Don Williamson). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – United Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Bob Winston). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Wohl). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. Stanley J. Wolf). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Nessau Studio, Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mrs. Elizabeth Pepper Wood). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mira Vista Elementary School). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – General Electric Co.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. David Wright). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Mr. William Wilson Wurster, December 20, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – The Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, November 1, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Shipping order – Uticalstate Hospital). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Dartmouth College). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Shipping order – Zion Lutheran Church). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Copy of the book ¬Arts of the United States). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie study, January – February 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Lamar Dodd letters, December 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie project, November 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Certificate – The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, The Museum for the Arts of Decoration has received four Kodachrome slides of Museum property, the gift of Carnegie Study of the Arts of the United States, for which grateful acknowledgement is made, December 8, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letter from Sandak to Lamar Dodd concerning the Carnegie study, November 22, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie study, October – January 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly, October 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning slides from the Carnegie Study, 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and University of Georgia permission to release materials, February 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie project, January 1964). *(no folder)
  • (McGraw – Hill Book Company, Inc. royalty statement for period ending June 30, 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and University of Georgia permission to release materials, February 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie study, January - February 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly, July 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letter concerning the Carnegie Study from Houghton Mifflin Company, September 20, 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, August 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, September - October 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, October 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Annual Report Carnegie Corporation of New York 1963). *(no folder)
  • (The Department of Art Presents – An Address by John W. Gardner, President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, January 21, 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly, July 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, January 1958 – September 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie, 1961).
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, June – April 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, February - March 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Letter concerning the Carnegie Study, March 11, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • RE BOOK (1958 – 1959).
  • McGraw – Hill Book Company Locke Robert W. Myers, Bernard Lunceford, Mell A., Jr. (1959). Carnegie (1960).
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, April 1964 - May 1965). *(no folder)
  • (McGraw – Hill Book Company, royalty statement for period ending December 31, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965), *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, May 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Annual Report Carnegie Corporation of New York 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie – 1965).
  • (Letter concerning slides from the Carnegie Study, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (the department of art presents an address by John W. Gardner president, Carnegie corporation of New York – January 21, 1963). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (McGraw – Hill Book Company, Inc., royalty statement for the period ending June 30, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Sandak Inc. and the University of Georgia permission to release materials, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, September 1960 - December 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Lamar Dodd and the Carnegie Study, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, June 30, 1960). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly, July 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly, January 1962). *(no folder)
  • (Thank you letters concerning the Carnegie Study). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly, July 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letter concerning the Carnegie Study, July 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Request for use of material from the Carnegie Study, August 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Carnegie Study, September - October 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Letters concerning the Carnegie Study, May 1958 - August 1961). *(no folder).
  • Formal Proposal (1955).

UGA 97- 100: 85

  • AA (AA Book, 1-288; lost part of book not in Sandak copy). *(no date)
  • Editorial Copies. *(no date)
  • Editorial Copy AA – AB – AC. *(no date)
  • Editorial Copy AA – AB. *(no date)
  • AB – BOOK 289 –710. *(no date)
  • AB BOOK (1959).
  • AC-BOOK 711 – 1191 (1959).
  • CPA BOOK (1959).
  • CPC BOOK (1959).
  • DA BOOK (1960).
  • DA – 1193 – 1442 (1960).
  • DB – BOOK – DB – 1443 – 1594. *(no date)
  • 1595 – 1723; DC 1395 – 1723; DC – BOOK (1959).
  • F BOOK (1959).
  • GB BOOK 9-25-59; GB 1725 – 1894.
  • GC BOOK 9-27-59; GC 1895 – 2056.
  • IN–BOOK (1958).
  • PA BOOK (1960).
  • PB BOOK (1960).
  • PC – BOOK (1960).
  • SB – BOOK (1959).
  • SC BOOK 10-4-1959.
  • T – theatre – BOOK (1960).
  • V BOOK (1960).
  • (Arts of the United States – Copy of the book). *(no folder, no date)
  • (1-Pierson – Arts of the U.S. – Additional Copy). *(no folder, no date)

UA 100: 87

  • N (Active) (1951).
  • N (Inactive) (1948).
  • O (Active) (1953).
  • P (Active) (1949).
  • P (Inactive) (1947).
  • Q R (Inactive) (1948).
  • Q R (Active) (1946).
  • S (Active) (1948).
  • S (Inactive) (1947).
  • T (Active) (1948).
  • U V (Active) (1949).
  • U V (Inactive) (1946).
  • W (Active) (1948).
  • W (Inactive) (1946).
  • X Y Z (Active) (1948).
  • X Y Z (Inactive) (1949).

UGA 97- 100: 88

  • (Book – History of the Philadelphia Electric Company 1881 –1961 by Nicholas B. Wainwright, 1961).
  • (Book – History of the Georgia Power Company 1855 – 1956 by Wade H. Wright, 1957).
  • (Book – A Business Reborn – The Savings and Loans Story 1930 – 1960 by Josephine H. Ewalt, 1962).
  • (Book – Confederate Finance by Richard Cecil Todd, 1954).
  • (Special Reports on Major Business Problems – Business Week). *(no date)
  • (Summary of State Legislation Affecting Higher Education in the South – Prepared as a service of the Southern Regional Education Board, 1966).
  • (Technical – Vocational Education and the Community College – Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Legislative Work Conference of the Southern Regional Education Board, August 1964).
  • (Proceedings of the Thirty – Sixth Conference of Academic Deans of the Southern States, November 1967).
  • (Annual Meeting Southern Regional Education Board, October 1964).
  • (President’s Annual Report The University of Georgia, 1966).
  • (The University of Georgia – Report by the self- study visitation committee of the southern association of colleges and secondary schools, November 5 –8, 1961).
  • (University of Georgia Report to the State Junior College Study Committee, July 1, 1957).
  • (Report of the President The University of Georgia to the Regents’ Committee on Education October 9, 1961).
  • (The University of Georgia – A Report by the Self- Study Visitation Committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, November 5-8, 1961).
  • (University of Georgia – Graduate School Bulletin 1968-69).
  • (College and University Presidents – recommendations and report of a survey New York state regents advisory committee on educational leadership).
  • (Chief School Officers – recommendations and report of a survey New York state regents advisory committee on educational leadership).
  • (School Boards and School Board Membership – recommendations and report of a survey New York state regents advisory committee on educational leadership).
  • (College and University Trustees and Trusteeship – recommendations and report of a survey New York state regents advisory committee on educational leadership).
  • (University of Georgia – Home Study Course, 1955).
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (University of Georgia – Home Study Course, 1955).
  • (Downtown Redevelopment Study for Hartwell, Georgia, Hartwell County, 1968).
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Sociology Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (European Economic History Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (American Economic History Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension Sub – Office at Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville, Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension Sub – Office at Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville, Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension The University of Georgia, European Economic History). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension Sub – Office at Georgia State Womans College, Valdosta, Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Principles of Accounting (Intro) Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Principles of Accounting Correspondence Study Course Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (SREB 65/66).
  • (SREB 65/66).
  • (Statistics For the Sixties – Higher Education in the South, 1963).
  • (SREB 1963 – 1964).
  • (Financing Higher Education – Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Legislative Work Conference of the Southern Regional Education Board / Asheville, North Carolina / July 27 –30, 1966).
  • (University System of Georgia Annual Report 1966 – 67).
  • (Quality in Higher Education – Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Legislative Work Conference of the Southern Regional Education Board / Jekyll Island, Georgia / July 28 –31, 1965).
  • (Within Our Reach – Report of The Commission on Goals For Higher Education in the South, 1961).
  • (TV and Higher Education 10 Examples in the South, 1966).
  • (Regional Action – Southern Regional Education June 1964).
  • (SREB, 1967).
  • (Office File SREB – Computer Science). *(no date)

UGA 97-100: 89

  • (Book – Descartes and His Philosophy Guide to Literature 1800 – 1958 Volume 1, 1959).
  • (Who’s Who in America , Volume 34 1966 – 1967 Two Years).
  • (Public School Directory Texas Education Agency Austin, Texas Bulletin 658, 1965-1966).
  • (The Costs of Higher Education in California 1960-1975).
  • (University of Georgia Marine Institute Collected Reprints Volume 5 Sapelo Island, Georgia 1966).
  • (The University of Georgia Financial Report For the year ended June 30, 1968).
  • (Reinforcing the Role of the States in Education – The second annual report of the Advisory Council on State Departments of Education, March 1967).
  • (Proposal New School of Environmental and Life Sciences 1969- Submitted by: School of Agriculture and Home Economics July 1968, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Tallahassee, Florida).
  • (SREB, 1967).
  • (Compilation of State and Federal Legislation Affecting the Board of Regents and the University System, 1954).
  • (Resources for Southern Manpower Development, October 1965).
  • (The Financing of Educational Television Stations). *(no date)
  • (SREB, 1964-1965).
  • (Southern Interstate Nuclear Board – Moving Nuclear and Space Technology from Laboratory to Marketplace, SINB 1965).
  • (Report to the Chancellor the Board of Regents, University System of Georgia Campus Development Program, The University of Georgia, February 1953).

UGA 97-100: 90

  • (Peace in Asia by John Scott, 1968).
  • (Building Inventory and Space Utilization). *(no date)
  • (These Figures Taken from College Reports to 1966 Georgia Baptist Convention).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Endowment Funds Coming Directly from Georgia Baptist Convention Programs for Benefit of Colleges and Held by Georgia Baptist Foundation, Inc., 1946). *(no folder)
  • (The Place of Endowment in Financing Our Baptist Institutions). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Total Income – Produced and Paid Out by Georgia Baptist Foundation, Inc.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Capital Improvements and Endowment Program of the Georgia Baptist Convention, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Georgia Baptist Assembly – meeting of the Education Committee of the Executive Committee, 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Questions for Discussion – Conference on Organization of Georgia Baptist Convention). *(no folder, no date)
  • (By-laws of the Executive Committee of the Baptist Convention of the State of Georgia, 1949). *(no folder)
  • (Progress Report Capital Improvements and Endowment Program of 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Distribution of the Part of the Cooperative Program Dollar that Remains in Georgia). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Cooperative Program Giving Record of the Churches in the Georgia Baptist Convention 1956 – 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Cooperative Program Giving in Georgia, 1926 –1966). *(no folder)
  • (Gifts to Mercer University by Georgia Baptists and Channeled Through Office of the Executive Secretary – Treasurer for the Period 1955 – 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Aderhold Appreciation Dinner June 29, 1967 –3 booklets). *(no folder)
  • (O. C. Aderhold: A Special Report –3 copies). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Georgia Baptist Digest, 1967).
  • (Book of Charters of Georgia Baptist Convention, Institutions and Agencies, 1966).
  • (Program Conference for Members of The Executive Committee and Boards of Trustees of the Georgia Baptist Convention Georgia Baptist Assembly, March 20, 1967).
  • (Pamphlet - Georgia Baptist Points of Interest Past and Present). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Pamphlet - The Whole Program and Its Parts). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Pamphlet – Georgia Baptist Convention The Cooperative Program Budget, 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Favorite Axioms of Today’s Educators). *(no date)
  • (Book - Sponsored Research in American Universities and Colleges, 1967).
  • (Book – National Academy of Sciences Doctorate Recipients from United States Universities, 1958 – 1966).
  • (Book – Beacon for Mountain and Plain: Story of the University of Idaho by Rafe Gibbs, 1962).
  • (Book – The 76 Bonanza: The Fabulous Life and times of the Union Oil Company of California by Earl M. Welty and Frank J. Taylor, 1966).
  • (Book – The Yearbook of Agriculture 1960 Power to Produce, The United States Department of Agriculture).
  • (Book – Directory of Fellows 1925 – 1967: John Guggenheim Memorial Foundation).
  • (Book – The Ghosts of Herty Field Early Days on a Southern Gridiron by John F. Stegeman, 1966).
  • (Book – Storm Over Savannah: The Story of Count’d Estaing and the Siege of the Town in 1779 by Alexander Lawrence, 1951).
  • (Book – American Bar Association 83rd Annual Meeting – Washington, D.C. –1960).
  • (Book – A Restudy of the Needs of California in Higher Education, 1955).
  • (Annual Report University System of Georgia, 1955).
  • (Annual Report University System of Georgia, 1954).
  • (Annual Report University System of Georgia, 1964).
  • (Annual Report University System of Georgia, 1964).
  • (Annual Report University System of Georgia, 1963).

UGA 97- 100: 91

  • (Book – Georgians in Profile: Historical Essays in Honor of E. M. Coulter Edited by Montgomery, 1958).
  • (Book – Georgia Studies: Selected Writings of Robert Preston Brooks, 1952).
  • (Book – Principles of American Government, 1958).
  • (Book – University of Georgia A Proposal For the Development of Basic Sciences to the Division of Institutional Programs National Science Foundation September 1966).
  • (Major Activities in the Atomic Energy Programs January – June 1955: United States Atomic Energy Commission July 1955).
  • (Book – Annual Report 1967).
  • (Book – A Decade of Progress in Serving Georgia Through Research: 1960 Annual Report University of Georgia College of Agriculture Experiment Stations).
  • (Book – A Philadelphia Story 1752 – 1952 The Philadelphia Contributionship by Nicholas B. Wainwright, 1952).
  • (Texas Education Agency Review Visitation Title V, Section 503, Public 89-10 May 30, 31, June 1, 1966).
  • (Adult Report University of Georgia – Athens Year Ended June 30, 1967: State of Georgia Department of Audits).
  • (A Petition to the Graduate School of the University of Georgia Requesting Approval to Offer The Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Art, Submitted by The Department of Art Franklin College of Arts and Sciences The University of Georgia, December 6, 1968 – April, 1969).
  • (Biennial Report 1962-1964 - Education is Growth).
  • (Educational Planning … a summary report – Texas Education Agency 1966).
  • (A Petition to the Graduate Faculty of the University of Georgia Requesting Approval to Offer the Advanced Professional Degree of Master of Avian Medicine: Department of Medicine and Surgery Section of Avian Medicine School of Veterinary Medicine, April 1969).
  • (Book – Proceedings of the Southern Honors Symposium, Tulane University April 21–22, 1967 edited by Joseph Cohen).
  • (Book – California and Western Conference Cost and Statistical Study, 1954 – 1955).
  • (Toward Better Preparation of College And University Administrators, 1964).
  • (Organization and Functions of the Texas Education Agency, January 1966).
  • (Federal Aid to Education in Texas As Administered by the Texas Education Agency, 1964).
  • (Pamphlet – Higher Education Throughout the World, 1963).
  • (Annual Statistical Report, Part I, 1963 – 64).
  • (Annual Statistical Report, Part II, 1963 – 64).
  • (Recommendation for Legislative Consideration on Public Education in Texas, January 1965).
  • (Book – Georgia’s Land of the Golden Isles by Burnette Vanstory, 1956).
  • UGA 97-100: 92
  • (Book – Confederate Georgia T. Conn Bryan, 1953).
  • (Book – Myths and Men Patrick Henry, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson by Bernard Mayo: Eugenia Dorothy Blount Lamar Memorial Lectures, 1958).
  • (Book – Proceedings of the National Association of State Universities and Land – Grant Colleges 82nd Annual Convention November 10 – 13, 1968).
  • (Book – Proceedings of the National Association of State Universities and Land – Grant Colleges 83rd Annual Convention, November 9 – 12, 1969).
  • (Book – Proceedings of the National Association of State Universities and Land – Grant Colleges 84th Annual Convention, November 8 –11, 1970).
  • (Book - Cherokee of the Old South by Henry T. Malone, 1956).
  • (Book – Tulane The Biography of a University, by John P. Dyer, 1834 – 1965).
  • (Book – History of the University of Missouri by Frank F. Stephens, 1962).
  • (Book – Origin and Development of Northeastern University, 1868 – 1960).
  • (Book – A City College in Action: Struggle and Achievement at Brooklyn College 1930 – 1955 by Thomas Evans Couton).
  • (Book – History of the Ohio State University VI Addressed and Proceedings of the Seventy
  • Fifth Anniversary 1948 – 1949).
  • (Book – University of South Carolina Volume I. South Carolina College by Daniel Walker Hollis, 1951).
  • (Book – University of South Carolina Volume II. College to University by Daniel Walker Hollis, 1951).

UGA 97-100: 93

  • (Book - The University of Kentucky Origins and Early Years by James E. Hopkins, 1951).
  • (Book – The African Policies of Gabriel Hanotaux 1894 – 1898 by Alf Heggoy, 1972).
  • (Book – Reconstruction at Sewanee 1857 – 1872 by Arthur Chitty Jr., 1954).
  • (Book – The University of Minnesota 1851 – 1951 by James Gray, 1951).
  • (Booklet- - The University of Georgia Report of the President July 1, 1964 – June 30, 1965).
  • (For Tomorrow: Comprehensive Statewide Planning For Vocational Rehabilitation Services In the State of Georgia Volume I, 1968).
  • (For Tomorrow: Comprehensive Statewide Planning for Vocational Rehabilitation in Services In the State of Georgia Volume II, 1968).
  • (Book – Aramco Handbook Oil and the Middle East, 1968).
  • (Book – The University of Georgia Study A.J. Brumbaugh Director 1958).
  • (Book – The Classic British Novel, 1972).

UGA 97- 100: 94

  • (Book – Georgia Official and Statistical Register 1965 – 1966).
  • (Book – A Report of a Survey of the University System of Georgia, 1949).
  • (Book – Presidential Vetoes 1792 – 1945 by Carolyn Jackson, 1967).
  • (Inauguration Omer Clyde Aderhold As President of The University of Georgia, May 9, 1951 – 3 copies).
  • (Book – The Inauguration of Omer Clyde Aderhold As President of The University of Georgia, 1951. *(empty folder)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia, History of the United States to 1865).*(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia, American History). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia, Education in Modern America). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia, Home Economics Food and Nutrition). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia, Sociology “The Family”). *(no date)
  • (Mathematics of Finance - Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Economics Principles of Marketing, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Investments – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Law, Business – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study - Rhetoric and Composition English, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Plane Trigonometry – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course - Business Law first course: Business Administration, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Survey of European Literature – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (College Algebra – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Survey of European Literature – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension, The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – History, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Contemporary Social Problems: Sociology, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Introductory Sociology, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia, 1952).
  • (Tooley – Morgan - Card to Aderhold from O.C. Aderhold Jr.). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – History of Georgia, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – History: Prehistoric Man to the Thirty Years’ War, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Educational Psychology – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Elementary Psychology – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Mathematics: College Algebra, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (English: Rhetoric and Composition – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Elementary Psychology, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Political Science: American Government – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Survey of European Literature – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Health Education: Health Education in Public Schools, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Sociology, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Social Science – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Applied Psychology – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia – Education: Materials and Methods of Industry, 1956).
  • (Correspondence Study Course – English, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia – Education: Elementary Mechanical Engineering). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia – Home Economics: Principles of Nutrition). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia – Education: Education in Modern America). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia – Education: Education in Modern America). *(no date)
  • (Home Study The University of Georgia – Education: Teaching Arithmetic in the Elementary School). *(no date)
  • Classical Culture C-301Y Original Copies Prepared by Dr. Alexander August 1948.
  • (Book – Metropolitan Economic Republics: A Case Study in Regional Economic Growth by James L. Green, 1965).
  • History C-302 American Government GSWC. *(no date)
  • (The University of Georgia Division of General Extension Savannah State College, Savannah, Georgia – History: History of Europe From 1815 to the Present, 1952).
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Analytic Geometry, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – History of Western Civilization, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (English – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (English European Literature – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Mathematics: Mathematics of Finance). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Business Administration: Principles of Accounting, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Principles of Accounting: Business Administration, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Social Science: Contemporary Georgia, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Georgia State College For Women Home Study Course – Education: “Psychology for Teachers”). *(no date)
  • (Georgia State College for Women Correspondence Study Course – Geography, Division of General Extension). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Principles of Economics, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Psychology – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Money and Banking – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Business Law – Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Political Science: American Government, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – History, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (American Government Correspondence Study Course, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Applied Psychology, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (By-Laws of the Southern Regional Education Board, September 22, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Correspondence Study Course – Social Science, Division of General Extension The University of Georgia, 1951).
  • (Georgia State College for Women Correspondence Study Course – English, Division of General Extension). *(no date)

(BOX 97-100: 95 HAS BEEN DEACCESSIONED).

(BOX 97-100: 96 HAS BEEN DEACCESSIONED).

UGA 97-100: 97

(Book – The University of Georgia Study, A.J. Brumbaugh, Director, 1958).

UGA 97-100: 98

(Book – UGA Compensation Record).

UGA 97-100: 99

  • (Reservation Requests for the dinner honoring President O.C. Aderhold, 1965).
  • ( 3 ½ by 5 ½ cards – O.C. Aderhold Library Endowment Fund gift cards, 1964).

UGA 97-100:100

  • (Manila envelope - Higher Education and National Affairs newsletter, American Council on Education, 1972).
  • (Cardboard – Envelope – Certificate: The Alumni Society of the University of Georgia presents to Omer C. Aderhold this testimonial of its high esteem for him and his services to Alma Mater and the State, June 6, 1959).
  • (Annual – United States Navy Supply Corps 1967 “Oak Leaf 1967”).
  • (Plaque – Distinguished Service Award presented to Dr. O.C. Aderhold who has been named to the South’s Hall of Fame for the Living, 1959).
  • (Certificate – Congratulations from the University of Pennsylvania to the Board of Regents and the University System of Georgia on the inauguration of Dr. O.C. Aderhold as President of the University of Georgia, 1951).

UGA 97-100: 101

  • (Framed Picture – University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education).
  • (Framed Picture – The New Sanford Stadium, Opening Game Saturday, September 22, 1967, Georgia-30, Mississippi State-0).
  • (Picture of Dr. O.C. Aderhold).
  • (Picture of Dr. O.C. Aderhold).
  • (Award – A Proclamation honoring Dr. O.C. Aderhold’s retirement after 17 years as president of the University of Georgia form the Mayor and the City Council of Athens, June 18, 1967).
  • (Plaque – Greetings from the Mayor of Dallas Texas honoring Dr. Aderhold as an honorary citizen of the city, December 30, 1966).
  • (Framed Picture – 1016 Student Resident Hall).

UGA 97-100: 102

  • (Book – O.C. Aderhold Collection Dean of the College of Education Personal Scrapbook 1947-1948).
  • (Book – O.C. Aderhold Scrapbook).

UGA 97- 100: 103

  • (By-Laws of Regents of the University System of Georgia). *(no date)
  • (By-Laws of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, November 8, 1950).
  • (The Graduate School Foreign Language Testing Program 1968-1969 Information for Students).
  • (Statutes of The University of Georgia, August 2, 1940).
  • (A Digest of a Report of a Survey of the University System of Georgia).
  • (By-Laws of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, January 12, 1944).
  • (A Survey of Public Education of Less Than College Grade in Georgia, January 1, 1947).
  • (Southern University Conference 1945-1946 Proceedings Reports and Addresses Constitution and By-Laws).
  • (AASA Roster of Members 1967).
  • (Statutes of The University of Georgia, August 2, 1940).

UGA 97-100: 104

  • (A Survey of Public Education of Less Than College Grade in Georgia: A Report to the General Assembly of Georgia by its Special Committee on Education, January 1, 1947).
  • (Handbook for Georgia Councilmen, March 1962).
  • (Georgia Statistical Abstract: Bureau of Business Research College of Business Administration University of Georgia, 1963).
  • (A Survey of Public Education of Less than College Grade in Georgia: A Report to the General Assembly of Georgia by its Special Committee on Education, January 1, 1947).

UGA 97-100: 105

  • (Picture – Addition to Child Development Laboratory School of Home Economics University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia). *(no date)
  • (Framed Proclamation – Mayor proclaims O.C. Aderhold Day in Athens, April 23, 1965).
  • (Framed picture of a campus building). *(no date)

UGA 97-100: 106

  • (Framed Picture – Plant Sciences Building). *(no date)
  • (Framed Picture – General Classroom Building). *(no date)

UGA 97-100: 107

  • (Framed Diploma – Cancellarius Et Curatores).
  • (Framed Diploma – From The Chancellor and Board of Trustees of the University of Georgia to O.C. Aderhold for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, June 20, 1923).
  • (Framed Comic Picture from Baldy to Dr. Aderhold). *(no date)

UGA 97-100: 108

  • (President’s Home The University of Georgia Resume of Proposed Work, 14 copies). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Letter to all department heads re: inventory of all public property, 1967). *(no folder)
  • (President’s Home, 1948).
  • President’s Home 1950-51, 1953-54.
  • Central Storage Pool Pre’s Home, 1969.
  • PRES. HOME INV. 1967.
  • President’s Home – Inventory Del. 1950).

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  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Annual Report 1951-52.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Appreciation Dinner 6-29-67.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Christmas Card 1963.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Family Day 1954.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Inauguration 5-9-51.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Insurance 1957-58.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Reception Invitation – Aderholds 11-1-50.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Reception Invitations – Faculty / Newcomers 1952-66.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Reception Invitations- Freshmen 9-19-54.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Reception Invitations – Seniors 1951-66.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers Reception Invitation – Summer Faculty / Graduates 8-17-60.
  • O.C. Aderhold Papers – Sesquicentennial Materials 1951.
  • (Book – Athens, Georgia: Home of the University of Georgia 1801-1951).

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  • (Public Relations Memo from Lynda Stewart to Mrs. Tate re: photographs, July 1, 1967).
  • Dr. O.C. Aderhold Inventory 1969.
  • (Booklet – Inauguration of Frederick Corbet Davison as President of the University of Georgia, May 11, 1968).
  • (Copy of newspaper clipping from the New York Times, Monday, July 7, 1969 about Dr. Aderhold’s death). *(no folder)
  • (Newspaper clipping from the Atlanta Constitution “Dr. Aderhold is Cited As a ‘Great Georgian’,” 7-7-69).
  • (Newspaper clipping from the Lavonia Times and Gauge “Aderhold Put New Life Into An Old Community,” April 26, 1929). *(no folder)
  • (Newspaper clipping from The Covington News “Aderhold to Confer His 32,000th Degree Saturday, 6-1-67). *(no folder)
  • (Notebook Newsletter “Omer Clyde Aderhold/Recollections, May 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Article from the Weekly Tribune, Lavonia Times, April 9, 1920). *(no folder)
  • (Donors to the O.C. Aderhold Library Endowment Fund, May, 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Newspaper clipping – Aderhold Honored). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Brown envelope – The President_ U. of Ga. – 1951). *(no folder)
  • (The Georgia Alumni Record, June – July 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Retirement Dinner, May 26, 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Article - Lavonia Time & Gauge “O.C. Aderhold Was Georgia’s Master Teacher For 1928,” January 18, 1929). *(no folder)
  • (A Measure of Progress – The University of Georgia President’s Annual Report 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Georgia Municipal Journal, December 1965). *(no folder)
  • (Brown envelope – Aderhold Home; Family; Home Activities). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Donors to the O.C. Aderhold Library Endowment Fund, May, 1967). *(no folder)
  • (O.C. Aderhold: A Special Report). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Envelope - Aderhold Portraits). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Newsletter – Notebook for Faculty and Staff, The University of Georgia “Omer Clyde Aderhold/Recollections,” May 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Aderhold Appreciation Dinner June 29, 1967). *(no folder)
  • (A Measure of Progress – The University of Georgia President’s Annual Report 1964). *(no folder)
  • (Inauguration Omer Clyde Aderhold As President of The University of Georgia, May 9, 1951). *(no folder)
  • (The Georgia Alumni, June – July 1967). *(no folder)
  • (Donors to the O.C. Aderhold Library Endowment Fund, May, 1967). *(no folder)
  • Inauguration (1951).

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  • University System – Committees.
  • Marine Biology Institute – R. J. Reynolds (1961).
  • Moss, Sara H. Fellowships (1951).
  • Institute of International Education – (1961).

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  • Georgia Association of Junior Colleges July 1, 1954 -.
  • Georgia Review (1950).
  • Georgia Museum of Art (1950).
  • Governor’s Commission on Scientific Research and Development (1964).
  • Governor’s Commission on Economy & Reorganization – M.W.H. Collins, Staff Director (1959).
  • Emory University (1958).
  • Graduate School Co – ordinator of Instructional Institutes (1960).
  • Graduate School (1966).
  • Education, College of Georgia Retardation Center (1965).

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  • Higher Education Facilities (1964).
  • Highway Department (1951).
  • University Information Systems Seminar – November 5-6, 1964.
  • Higher Education in a World of Conflict , Conference on – Participants – University & Visiting (1961).
  • Higher Education in a World of Conflict, Conference on – Program – Speakers, Regents’ Office (1961).

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Agriculture, College of Extension Service (1960).

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  • (Building Needs). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Finance, October 20, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Review and Revision of Brumbaugh Report for inspection committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools – School of Forestry University of Georgia). *(no folder)
  • (The University of Georgia College of Education Supplement to the Program Study for the Visiting Committee Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools November 6-7-8, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Report of the College of Business Administration The University of Georgia for The Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary School November 5-8, 1961).*(no folder)
  • (Report of the President The University of Georgia to the Regents’ Committee on Education October 9, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Supplementary Material Requested in the Manual for Institutional Self – Study 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Summary Report of the Graduate School for the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools). *(no folder)
  • (University of Georgia Libraries Self – Study, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (School of Home Economics University of Georgia Supplement to Self- Studies conducted in 1956 and 1957 “Brumbaugh” Report Prepared for Periodic Visitation Program of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools in November 1961). *(no folder)
  • (The Georgia Center for Continuing Education). *(no folder, no date)
  • (The Institute of Community and Area Development of the University of Georgia).*(no folder, no date)
  • (Southern Association Self-Study Report Division of Student Affairs October 12, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Summary Report of the School of Veterinary Medicine For the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1958). *(no folder)
  • (Information Prepared by the School of Pharmacy For the Southern Association of Schools & Colleges Visitation College Committee, November 5-8, 1961). *(no folder)
  • (Report of the University of Georgia School of Law Including Report of the Law School’s Institute of Law and Government for the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools). *(no folder)
  • (Report on the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism, University of Georgia, for the Visitation Committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools). *(no folder)
  • (Annual Report of the Dean of the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism To the President of the University of Georgia for the 1960 – 61 Academic Year). *(no folder)
  • (Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, 1956). *(no folder)
  • (The Cooperative Extension Service of The College of Agriculture, 1951). *(no folder)
  • (Report of the Agricultural Experiment Stations of the University of Georgia’s College of Agriculture). *(no folder, no date)
  • (College of Agriculture Report on Resident Instruction 1958 –1961). *(no folder)

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Higher Education (1965).

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  • (Conference Report - S. 3005: National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Conference Report – S. 3052: Highway Safety Act of 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Public Law 89-563: Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Public Law 89-564: Highway Safety, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Letter from Congressman James A. Mackay to Dr. O.C. Aderhold, November 18, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Congressman James A. Mackay Statements and Legislative History of the Traffic Safety Acts of 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Newsletter - Jan. 18, 1966 Announcement of intention to introduce traffic safety legislation). *(no folder)
  • (Congressional Record “A National Traffic Safety Agency,” 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Mar. 15, 1966 Statement before Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee in support of Traffic Safety legislation). *(no folder)
  • (Congressional Record Insert by Hon. John E. Moss on Mackay Chattanooga Speech). *(no folder)
  • (Letter to Automobile Manufacturing Presidents asking the to testify before Committee on traffic safety legislation). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Newsletter – April 11, 1966 Traffic Safety in the 89th Congress: Where We Stand Now). *(no folder)
  • (News Release – April 18, “Traffic Safety”). *(no folder, no year)
  • (Congressional Record “Traffic Safety”). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Congressional Record “National Leadership in the Field of Traffic Safety,” 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Newsletter – July 28, 1966 “Traffic Safety Statement to House of Representatives,” 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Aug. 24, 1966: Letter to Members of Congress asking support of the legislation). *(no folder).
  • (Newsletter – Sept. 15 “Why Congress Acted and What It Did,” 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Congressional Record insert by Cong. Farnsley Containing Mackay speech to American Assn. Of Motor Vehicle Administrators, September 28, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Tentative Draft of Nat’l Traffic Safety Act Proposed by Mackay, January 26, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (H.R. 12548: Original Mackay Bill). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Summary of the Mackay Bill). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Mark up of S. 3005, Mackay – Hartke, March 2, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Section by Section Analysis Hartke – Mackay amendments to the Traffic Safety Act of 1966 -S. 3005, May 23, 1966). *(no folder)
  • (Major Differences in Four Traffic Safety Bills July 8, 1966). *(no folder)

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  • (Book- The SAGA of Western Man). *(no date)
  • (Picture descriptions). *(no folder, no date)
  • (Framed Certificate – Certificate of Trusteeship from the University of Georgia Foundation, 1955). *(no date)
  • (Framed Certificate – A Resolution from the Board of Regents to O.C. Aderhold entitling him President Emeritus of the University of Georgia, September, 1967). *(no date)
  • (Picture – Dormitory for Men Williams & Dean Architects). *(no date)
  • (Floor Plans for the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, 1954).

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(Material belongs in F.C. Davison papers q. v.)

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(Material belongs in F.C. Davison papers q.v.)

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(Material belongs in F.C. Davison papers q.v.)

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Processed/Prepared by: Tiffany Coleman, Gilbert Head, Jennie Johnson, Jennifer Keller, Brandy Savarese. Online version: Carol Bishop, April 2004. edit. 8/20/02 to 11/20/02; final edit. 6/03