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Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Note to the Researcher

Description of Series

Series I. Jack R. Woolf Administration, 1957-1968.

Series II. Frank Harrison Administration, 1968-1973.

University of Texas Arlington

University of Texas at Arlington Office of the President Records:

A Guide



Descriptive Summary

Creator: University of Texas at Arlington. Office of the President.
Title: University of Texas at Arlington Office of the President Records
Inclusive Dates: 1957-1973
Abstract: Jack R. Woolf became president of Arlington State College (ASC) in June 1959, when he was approved by the board of directors. His inauguration was held on February 27, 1960. Woolf’s administration ushered in ASC’s transition from a two-year college to a four-year college in 1959 and the University’s affiliation change from the Texas A&M system to the University of Texas system in 1965. Frank Harrison was the next president of The University of Texas at Arlington, serving as acting president after Woolf’s resignation effective on September 1, 1968. Harrison’s administration saw the college’s graduate programs increase, with master’s degrees instituted in twenty-four fields by 1972. Harrison also served during the Rebel theme controversy during the years of 1968-1971. The records include correspondence, memoranda, agendas, minutes, resumes, brochures, manuals, booklets, department publications, and degree proposals. The records were produced during the administrations of Jack R. Woolf and Frank Harrison. The records also document the presidents’ membership on the Inter-University Council of the Dallas and Fort Worth Metropolitan Areas (IUC). Notable documentation on the organization and goals of the IUC includes committee minutes, by-laws, director lists, proposals, monthly reports, and annual budgets, 1964-1972. Also included are undergraduate and graduate proposals submitted to the Texas College and University Coordinating Board, 1969-1970.
Identification: AR431
Extent: 6 boxes (2.20 linear ft.)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library

Historical Note

The University of Texas at Arlington underwent significant changes between the years of 1957 and 1973. Two presidential administrations spanned the 1957-1973 period. Enrollment figures had jumped from 4,926 in 1957 to over 14,000 by 1973. Prior to the college entering the UT system in 1965, it had been a part of the A&M system with the moniker of Arlington State College (ASC). Arlington State College was a state-supported junior college until the Texas Commission on Higher Education advanced ASC's application for senior status for the fall of 1959. The Texas legislature later authorized the change with Governor John Connally's signature of the bill on May 5, 1959.

In 1962 ASC dropped its segregationist policy by allowing African-American students into the college. The structure of the college was divided into two schools between 1959-1965: the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering. In 1965 the college divided the School of Arts and Sciences into three separate schools: the School of Liberal Arts, School of Business, and School of Science. Due to squabbles about money and status, ASC broke from the A&M system to join the UT system. Issues of dispute included A&M's reorganization that neglected ASC's requests to award graduate degrees as well as the system's reluctance to appropriate more revenue to accommodate a growing ASC enrollment. However, Dr. Jack Woolf, president of ASC at the time, was reluctant to leave the A&M system. The switch was authorized by Governor John Connally's signature on April 23, 1965. Also during this period social organizations and student clubs increased on campus, and their policies were administered by the Dean of Student Life office.

Jack Royce Woolf was an influential proponent in pushing ASC to senior level college. Woolf became president of Arlington State College in June of 1959. He previously had earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M and his doctorate in engineering from Purdue. He later was appointed dean of the Engineering College of ASC in 1957. During Woolf's administration, he created the position of Dean of Students who oversaw student issues at the college. He also increased the size of faculty and pushed for an increase in pay and benefits for the college's faculty. Effective August 31, 1968, Woolf resigned as president and subsequently a search committee was organized to fill the vacancy.

On June 20, 1969, Frank Harrison officially became president of UT Arlington. In his short administration Harrison faced a number of controversial issues. Harrison's background consisted of earning his bachelor's degree in chemistry at Southern Methodist University, later getting his master's and doctoral degree at Northwestern University. The contentious issue of race relations surfaced with the changing of the University's traditional Rebel theme and symbols. He was proactive in expanding the size and quality of the University. He placed importance on increasing academic programs and finding faculty to teach in these programs. As associate dean of graduate studies at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas--part of the UT system--Harrison was directed by Chancellor Ransom to start up the graduate program at UT Arlington in 1966. Before becoming president of UT Arlington in 1968, Harrison had created six graduate departments. The graduate programs were approved by the Texas College and University Coordinating Board (formerly called the Texas Commission on Higher Education). As president he continued his agenda of increasing graduate programs. By 1973 Harrison oversaw the complete transference and elimination of associate degree programs. The style of management of Harrison's administration emphasized collaboration and public openness to the University's organization.

Sources:


  • Arlington State College. The Arlington State College Self-Study. Arlington, Texas, 1963.
  • Saxon, Gerald. Transitions: A Centennial History of the University of Texas at Ar1ington 1895-1995. Arlington: UTA Press, 1995.
  • The University of Texas at Arlington. The University of Texas at Arlington Self-Study. Arlington, Texas, 1973.

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Scope and Contents

The University of Texas at Arlington, Office of the President Records are contained in 6 manuscript boxes, with a total of 88 letter-sized folders. There are two series in the collection. The two series contain records created by University of Texas at Arlington's Office of the President spanning 1957-1973. Largely, the records were created to maintain communication with the various departments and organizations on and off campus. The opinions, functions, and procedures of the President and staff are documented.

The records are suited best for researchers documenting the inner workings of the President's office. Also, those individuals researching the development of UT Arlington within a regional context may find this collection useful. With an abundance of records on the Inter-University Council (IUC) created in 1964, researchers can examine and analyze the collaborative issues of regional higher education institutions in the DFW metropolitan area.

Researchers interested in the counter-culture and civil rights movements of the 60s and 70s will find their effect and/or manifestations at UT Arlington. The documents highlighting these events will be found in the Student Life folders as well as the Burnice Smith Discipline Case folder. Related to the same events was the Rebel theme controversy that jolted the campus.

Series I, Jack R. Woolf Administration, consists of material received by the University President and his staff as well as that generated by intra and inter University communication. The material includes memoranda, files on the Texas Committee on Higher Education, Engineers' Council for Professional Development, and student life issues.

Series II, Frank Harrison Administration, consists of material received by the University President and his staff as well as that generated by intra and inter University communication. The material includes memoranda and files on search committees, degree plan proposals, and student life issues.

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Organization

This collection is organized in two series:
Series I. Jack R. Woolf Administration, 1957-1968. 1.00 linear ft. (37 folders)
Series II. Frank Harrison Administration, 1968-1973. 1.20 linear ft. (51 folders)

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research.

Literary Rights Statement

Permission to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures must be obtained in writing from Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library. All rights are reserved and retained regardless of current or future development or laws that may apply to fair use standards.

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Index Terms

These materials are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of The University of Texas at Arlington Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons
Woolf, J. R. (Jack Royce), 1924- --Archives.
Harrison, Frank--Archives.
Organizations
Inter-university Council of the Dallas and Fort Worth Metropolitan Areas. Inter-University Council of the Dallas and Fort Worth Metropolitan Areas records, 1964-1972.
University of Texas at Arlington. Office of the President--Records and correspondence.
University of Texas at Arlington--Graduate work.
Arlington State College. Office of the President. Office of the President records, 1957-1965.
Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System.
Subjects
University cooperation--Texas--Dallas Metropolitan Area.
University cooperation--Texas--Fort Worth Metropolitan Area.
Education, Higher--Texas--Dallas Metropolitan Area.
Education, Higher--Texas--Fort Worth Metropolitan Area.
Alternate Titles

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Related Material

AR258: Arlington State College. Office of the President Records (1917-1958)

AR232: Rebel Theme Controversy Collection (1968-1971)

AR281: University of Texas at Arlington. Dean of Student Life Papers (1965-1970)

AR297: University of Texas at Arlington. Office of the President Papers (1954-1972)

AR298: University of Texas at Arlington. Office of the President Papers (1965-1975)

AR345: University of Texas at Arlington. Office of the President Papers (1951-1992)

Unprocessed mss. 97-50: Records of Wendell Nedderman and Robert Witt (1969-1997)

Unprocessed mss. 74-1: Texas A & M System Records (1948-1965)

UTA VF Woolf, J. R.: Vertical file Material on J. R. Woolf, President of the at the University of Texas at Arlington (1958-1968)

LD5315 .U5 no. 21: Oral History Interview with Jack R. Woolf (1975)

LD5315 .U5 no. 29: Oral History Interview with Frank Harrison (1976)

LD5315 .U5 no. 32: Oral History Interview with Frank Harrison (1970)

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Separated Material

Five folders were deaccessioned concerning library additions made at North Texas Agricultural College in 1938. Among those items were correspondence, telegrams, paint and varnish samples, itemization bills, Inspector's notation tablet, progress reports, a manual entitled Specifications for General Construction, and a booklet entitled The Standard Documents of the American Institute of Architects.

Mundane memoranda and inter-office requests of no long-term importance were also deaccessioned, as were duplicates of legislation, memoranda, and proposals..

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Administrative Information

Citation

University of Texas at Arlington (UT Arlington), Office of the President Records, AR431, Box Number, Folder Number, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library.

Acquisition

Transfer, 1974.

Accessioned as number UA 74-2.

Processing Information

Original order of the records was maintained, with slight modifications in subject headings and the reorganization of documents in the folders into ascending chronological order. The Inter-University Council (IUC) files were organized chronologically by particular meeting dates. Undated material was placed at the end of the folders.

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 Note to the Researcher 

Most of the material is in good condition, however, many of the documents are on onion type paper that is thin and easily wrinkled. Please keep the materials in the order as organized in the folders. Due to filing procedures of departmental creators, many documents are stapled, so avoid excessive folding back.

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Container List

 

Series I. Jack R. Woolf Administration, 1957-1968.
Extent 1.00 linear ft. (37 folders).

Arranged alphabetically by subject. Materials include inter-university memoranda, proposals, state legislation, Inter-University Council (IUC) minutes, papers of incorporation, monthly operating statements, and annual reports.
Box Folder
1 1 Air Conditioning (Lone Star Gas Company), March 1961.
Proposal of comparative cost for 1000 ton central air conditioning systems, Arlington State College. Includes cost comparisons, description of systems, graphs, fiscal numbers, temperature regulation charts, and excerpt from Power Engineering magazine, September 1960. Also includes cost comparison of large buildings using gas for air conditioning.
2 ir Force ROTC, 1965.
Contains correspondence for establishing an Air Force ROTC at Arlington State College.
3 Area Educational Television Foundation, Inc., 1958-1962.
Includes correspondence on the creation of an Educational Television Station (Channel 13), progress reports, and annual reports. Also includes Board of Directors minutes dated September 10, 1959, and list of directors, officials, resolutions, and President's report dated September 1, 1959.
4 Biology Department, 1960-1967.
Contains a draft deferment case, for hire approval letters, memoranda, and resumes. Plus, a University of Kansas publication, The Eriophyoidea of Kansas, October 11, 1967.
5 Business Manager, Office of, 1959-1967.
Contains memoranda, general procedures outlines, organizational description of duties, and organizational chart. Also, correspondence on Fallout Shelter License Agreement, dormitory room rents, and salary schedule for Arlington State College dated April 3, 1963.
6 Chancellors Office, University of Texas, 1964-1966.
Contains progress report on Arlington State College and pamphlet, Report of a Half Decade, by Judge W. W. Heath, Chairman, Board of Regents, University of Texas, dated February 8, 1964.
7 Data Processing, 1960-1967.
Contains memoranda, system configuration statistics, purchasing orders, legal agreement, and comparative information on data processing equipment.
8 Educational Programs, 1968.
Contains correspondence and letters of referral. Issues concern the development of Dallas and Tarrant County Community College systems.
9 Engineering, Dean of, 1960-1967.
Contains correspondence, memoranda, proposals, and faculty organization chart for 1964. Issues include increasing programs in the School of Engineering and addressing course and office headings.
10 Engineers' Council for Professional Development, 1965-1967.
Includes resumes, letters of recommendation, and an annual report.
11 Engineers' Council for Professional Development, 1968.
Contains correspondence and curricular manuals. Particulars include letter of accreditation.
12 English Department, 1957-1966.
Includes a proposal A Proposed Program in English for Outstanding Freshman Students at Arlington State College for March 12, 1957, letters of resignation, thank-you letters, memoranda, minutes of the Faculty Library Committee meeting for December 9, 1965. Subjects concern donations to the Arlington State College Advertising Fund, creation of the Nancy Jones Scholarship, and establishment of a charter for a local chapter of Alpha Chi.
13 English Department, 1967-1968.
Contains correspondence, letters of resignation, and a progress report dated May 23, 1968. Also in the folder is a journal, American Literary Realism 1870-1891, Fall 1967, and a brochure NDEA Institute in English for June 5 thru July 14, 1967.
14 Faculty Advisory Committee, 1968.
Contains memoranda.
15 Fringe Benefit Legislation, 1967.
Contains correspondence, a report, legislation drafts, and memoranda. Particulars include legislation drafts for Senate Joint Resolution 4, Senate Bill 292, and House Bill 669.
16 Hartke College Student Aid Bill, February 1964 Periodical,
Congressional Record, Washington, Tuesday, February 25, 1964, Vol. 110 No. 33.
17 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1964.
Contains agendas, correspondence, bylaws, budget charts, and two brochures: one entitled Facts-in-Brief about the Inter-University Council of the Dallas and Fort Worth Metropolitan Areas dated December 17, 1964, and the other an annual report for 1964. Also includes minutes of the Informal Joint Session meeting dated December 17, 1964, and of the Regular meeting dated December 17, 1964.
18 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1965.
Contains agendas, monthly operating statements, articles of incorporations, certificate of amendment dated March 3, 1965, and notes on the Educational Television (ETV) Committee. Also includes a journal entitled Texas Library Journal, Spring 1965, a proposal entitled Incorporating Mental Health Content and Research Int. Graduate Sociology Training Programs, an annual report brochure for 1965. Plus, minutes of the Regular meetings dated March 26, 1965, and May 13, 1965, Library Committee meetings dated April 29, 1965, and December 8, 1965, Ad hoc Computer Committee meeting dated December 15, 1965, and ETV Committee meeting dated December 16, 1965.
Box Folder
2 1 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1965-1966.
Contains agendas, monthly operating statements, annual report (draft), and a business card. Also includes minutes of the Regular meetings dated November 17, 1965, and December 13, 1965, and the Library Committee meeting dated March 28, 1966.
2 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1966.
Contains agenda, monthly operation statements, a newsletter entitled Industrial Information Services November 1966, and an annual report brochure for 1966. Also includes minutes of the Special meeting dated August 17, 1966, and Library Committee meetings dated September 26, 1966, and October 10, 1966.
3 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1966-1967.
Contains agendas, correspondence, spreadsheets, monthly operating statements, budget reports, and a manual State of the Region by the North Texas Council of Governments dated January 31, 1967. Also includes minutes for the Regular meeting for April 4, 1966, Executive meetings for January 19, 1967, and November 17, 1966, Library Committee meetings for January 3, 1967, and February 13, 1967, and Committee on Urban Affairs for January 13, 1967, and January 24, 1967.
4 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1966-1967.
Contains memoranda, newspaper survey, correspondence, statistical spreadsheets, monthly operational statements, agendas, and budget reports. Also includes minutes of the Regular meetings dated February 18, 1967, May 27, 1967, and November 21, 1967, Library Committee meetings for March 3, 1967, April 4, 1967, May 23, 1967, and June 13, 1967, and the Committee on Urban Affairs for June 6, 1967, with Subcommittee minutes for July 6, 1967, and July 11, 1967.
5 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1967.
Contains monthly operational statements, budget reports, operators manual Procedures for Private Line Teletypewriter Service, December 1967, an annual report brochure for 1967, and memoranda. Also includes minutes for the Regular meetings dated July 22, 1967, and September 22, 1967, Library Committee meetings dated September 12, 1967, October 13, 1967, November 15, 1967, and December 15, 1967.
6 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1968.
Contains agendas, monthly operating statements, financial records, reports, memoranda, and progress reports. Also includes minutes of Regular meetings dated January 10, 1968, March 25, 1968, and July 1, 1968, Library Committee meetings dated January 15, 1968, February 27, 1968, March 26, 1968, and May 20, 1968, Committee on Urban Affairs meetings dated January 19, 1968, February 7, 1968, and June 4, 1968, Audio-Visual Group meeting dated March 12, 1968, and Foreign Study Group meeting dated February 10, 1968.
7 Mexican-American Affairs Report, 1967-1968.
Contains correspondence, memoranda, a press release, and congressional testimonies. Particulars include a collection of testimonies in a booklet entitled The Mexican American: A New Focus on Opportunity dated October 26-28, 1967.
8 Opportunities Research Associates, 1968.
Includes a proposal and memoranda.
9 Physical Education Department, 1960-1967.
Contains letters of recommendation, letter of resignation, letter of grievance. Also has memoranda, reports, and revenue schedules for football games dated October 30, 1965 and November 6, 1965. Plus a report entitled The Sports and Recreational Programs for the Nation's Universities and Colleges by The National Collegiate Athletic Association.
10 Physics Department, 1959-1968.
Contains memoranda, requests for leave of absence, correspondence, letters of recommendation, and expense budgets. Particulars include a request for leniency in visa procedures.
11 Plans For Progress Workshop, 1966-1967.
Includes a proposal and thank you letters. The proposal is entitled The Plans for Progress Workshop sponsored by the Plans for Progress Committee of the Dallas-Fort Worth Area and Southern Methodist University, 1966.
12 Psychology, 1958-1967.
Contains memoranda, letters of resignation and recommendation, correspondence, statements and notifications of grants, list of graduate assistants, grant legislation and a proposal.
Box Folder
3 1 Student Life, Dean of, 1961-1968.
Contains letter of reprimand, memoranda, itinerary, legal papers, correspondence, and a resume. Subject matters concern student housing, parking and traffic, rebel nickname and theme, and social organizations.
2 Teacher Education Council, 1963-1968.
Contains memoranda and a prospectus. Issues concern teacher certification and announcements.
3 Technical Institute Division, 1959-1964.
Contains correspondence and memoranda. Subject matter concerns the industrial baking science and management program, creation of the Technical Institute Division (TID), and appointment of E. H. Ford as head of the TID.
4 Technical Institute Division, 1965-1968.
Contains correspondence and memoranda. Also includes two progress reports, No. 1 dated February 1, 1965, and No. 4 dated March 1, 1966.
5 Texas College and University Coordinating Board, July 1967.
Contains a committee report booklet dated July 17, 1967.
6 Texas Commission on Higher Education, 1963-1964.
Includes correspondence, a bulletin, request forms, questionnaires, resolution, and certificate. Particulars include a proposal, A Program of Inter-Institutional Planning and Cooperation in Graduate Study and Research Among Universities and Colleges of the Dallas and Fort Worth Metropolitan Areas, dated January 7, 1964.
7 Texas Commission on Higher Education, 1965.
Contains request forms, resolutions, certificates, agendas, memoranda, legislation documents, and minutes. Minutes include a quarterly meeting dated July 12, 1965, and a special meeting dated August 31, 1965, of the Texas Commission on Higher Education.

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Series II. Frank Harrison Administration, 1968-1973.
Extent 1.20 linear ft. (51 folders).

Arranged alphabetically by subject. Materials include inter-university memoranda, resumes, search committee memoranda, candidate lists, degree plan proposals, and Inter-University Council (IUC) minutes, monthly operating statements, and annual reports.
Box Folder
3 8 Accounting, Search Committee, 1970.
Contains memoranda.
9 Administrative Applicants, 1969-1972.
Contains cover letters, resumes, letters of interest, a proposal, correspondence, follow-up letters, letters of recommendation, and an editorial. Positions applicants applying for: Institutional Administration, Public Relations Management, Dean of Student Life.
10 Affirmative Action Policy, 1970.
Contains a letter of compliance and memorandum.
11 Allied Health Professionals, 1969-1970.
Contains a newsletter dated September 4, 1970, spreadsheets enumerating the number of beds and enrollment figures dated 1969-1970.
12 Applicants for Faculty Positions, 1969-1972.
Contains letters of intent, resumes, letters of recommendation, a legal agreement, an acceptance letter, rejection letter, and case studies.
Box Folder
4 1 Architecture, 1968-1969.
Contains correspondence.
2 Architecture, Search Committee, 1970-1971.
Contains memoranda, resumes, list of applicants, and short list of candidates.
3 Art History Chair, Search Committee, 1972-1973.
Contains memoranda, list of candidates, committee recommendation, and voting lists.
4 Biology, Search Committee, 1972-1973.
Includes memoranda and letter of approval.
5 Callier Hearing and Speech Center, October 1968.
Includes correspondence.
6 Civil Engineering, Search Committee, 1972-1973.
Includes memorandum and letter of approval.
7 Commencement, 1968-1969.
Includes letter of invitations, memoranda, and thank-you letters. Also includes programs of commencement exercises for January 31, 1969, and May 31, 1969. Plus, a transcript of the commencement address given May 31, 1969.
8 Communication, Department of, 1972.
Contains a memorandum and letter of acceptance.
9 Degree Plan Proposals, 1969-1970.
Includes proposals of Master of Professional Accounting, Engineering Technology (Bachelor of Science Degree in Technology), Graduate Program in Materials Science, Graduate Program in Aerospace Engineering and memoranda.
10 Degree Plan Proposals, 1969-1970.
Includes proposals for Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Architecture (3), Bachelor of Arts Degree in Foreign Languages, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Health & Physical Education, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy, and Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology.
11 Director of Development, Office of, 1972-1973.
Contains receipts, purchasing orders, and purchasing vouchers.
12 Educational Technology Center, September 1969.
Contains a proposal.
13 Economics, Search Committee, 1970.
Contains memorandum and correspondence.
14 Electrical Engineering, Search Committee, 1970.
Contains memoranda.
15 Engineering, Dean of, Search Committee, 1969-1970.
Includes memoranda, faculty organization chart, resumes, and biographies.
16 Engineers' Council for Professional Development, 1968-1971.
Includes correspondence, UT Arlington statement, and curriculum outline report for October 1971.
17 English, Search Committee, 1969-1972.
Contains memoranda, correspondence, and thank-you letters.
18 Foreign Language, Search Committee, 1970-1972.
Contains memoranda.
19 Governors State Economic Study, 1968.
Contains memorandum and a letter of request.
20 Headliners Club, March 1969.
Includes letter of grievance and an outline of rules.
21 History, Search Committee, 1970-1973.
Includes memoranda, correspondence, letters of acceptance, letters of resignation, and a rejection letter.
22 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1968.
Contains an agenda, memoranda, monthly operating statements, and an annual report brochure for 1968. Also includes minutes of the Regular meetings for October 8, 1968, and December 9, 1968, Library Committee meeting for November 25, 1968, and the Committee on Urban Affairs for October 25, 1968.
23 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1969.
Contains an annual report brochure for 1969, memoranda, correspondence, articles of incorporation, monthly operating statements, bylaws: November 5, 1969, spreadsheets, and a draft entitled A Plan for a Higher Education Cooperative Association in North Texas, August 15, 1969. Also includes minutes of the Executive meetings dated July 18, 1969, and September 5, 1969, and Library Committee meetings dated August 19, 1969, September 23, 1969, and October 23, 1969.
Box Folder
5 1 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1969-1970.
Contains agendas, monthly operating statements, spreadsheets, bylaws dated December 12, 1969, correspondence, bylaws for The Federation of North Texas Area Universities, adopted January 13, 1969, budget charts, spreadsheets, list of General Assembly members dated February 11, 1970. Also includes minutes of the Executive meetings dated November 26, 1969, and December 23, 1969, and Library Committee meetings dated December 4, 1969, and January 15, 1970.
2 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1970.
Contains an annual report booklet for 1970, agendas, monthly operating statements, membership lists for the Board of Directors, General Assembly and Institutional Representatives, spreadsheets, and a conference report dated September 9, 1970. Also includes minutes for the Board of Directors meetings dated February 12, 1970, and May 18, 1970, Library Committee meetings dated February 26, 1970, April 17, 1970, June 26, 1970, and August 28, 1970, and Institutional Representatives meeting dated September 9, 1970.
3 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1970-1971.
Contains agendas, resolution, monthly operating statements, spreadsheets, memoranda, and budget charts. Also includes minutes of the Board of Directors meetings dated September 16, 1970, and December 10, 1970, Library Committee meetings dated October 16, 1970, December 4, 1970, January 28, 1971, February 26, 1971, and March 26, 1971, and General Assembly meeting dated December 10, 1970.
4 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1971.
Contains an annual report booklet for 1971, a Directory of Information Networks in Texas dated March 1971, agendas, monthly operating statements, budget charts, and estimates. Also includes minutes of the Board of Directors meetings dated April 8, 1971, and July 21, 1971, Library Committee meetings dated June 28, 1971, April 6, 1971, May 11, 1971, August 31, 1971, and September 22, 1971, and the Institutional Representatives meeting dated September 20, 1971.
5 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1971-1972.
Contains agendas, monthly operating statements, bulletins, report, memoranda, and budget reports. Also includes minutes of the Board of Directors meetings dated September 30, 1971, and December 16, 1971, Library Committee meetings dated November 5, 1971, December 13, 1971, January 7, 1972, and February 4, 1972, and the Institutional Representatives meetings dated October 26, 1971, and December 3, 1971. Plus, a proposal concerning microfilming Mexican archives.
6 Inter-University Council (IUC), 1972.
Contains agendas, monthly operating statements, resolutions, and correspondence. Also includes a photograph dated February 24, 1972, proposal, bylaws for the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine for March 7, 1972, and legal documents. Plus minutes of the Board of Directors meetings dated February 24, 1972, and May 5, 1972, Library Committee meetings dated February 25, 1972, March 29, 1972, April 28, 1972, and June 12, 1972, and Institutional Representatives meeting dated April 24, 1972.
7 Institute of Urban Studies, Search Committee, 1971-1972.
Includes memoranda, letters of recommendation, resumes, and a newspaper article entitled "Institute studies urban growth, other problems" by Don Rutherford for June 10, 1971.
8 Lane Bryant Volunteer Awards, 1969.
Contains correspondence. Subject matter concerns the nomination of Tom J. Vandergriff.
9 Math, Search Committee, 1972-1973.
Contains memoranda.
10 North Texas Planning Council, 1968-1972.
Contains agenda, board of directors list, organization chart, purpose and statement of goals, and budget chart.
11 Personalization of Higher Education, 1970.
Contains memorandum, list of attendees, and goals. Also includes a program entitled, Personalizing Higher Education in Texas: The Positive Look for August 20-21, 1970.
12 Physics, Search Committee, 1967-1969.
Contains resumes, memorandum, and a cover letter.
13 Psychology, Search Committee, 1969-1970.
Contains memorandum and correspondence.
14 Science Park, UT, October 1969.
Contains resumes, list of advisory committee members, and a memorandum.
Box Folder
6 1 Sociology, Search Committee, 1970-1972.
Includes a memorandum and resumes.
2 Smith, Burnice, Discipline Case, 1970.
Includes correspondence, memoranda, a letter of complaint, and a transcript of testimony. Subject matter concerns the expulsion of a black student for allegedly trying to incite a riot at UT Arlington.
3 Speech-Drama, Search Committee, December 1970.
Contains a memorandum.
4 Student Life, Dean of, 1968-1969.
Includes correspondence, memorandum, resume, and a report entitled 1958-1968: A Decade of Change dated January 3, 1969.
5 Student Life, Dean of, 1970-1971.
Contains memoranda. Subject matters concern reprimands in office procedure, dormitory housing, visitation rules, and resolutions. Also includes a list of the Inter-Dorm Council for Spring 1970, an outline An Overview of Office of Student Life dated September 1970, a report on campus race relations and Rebel theme dated September 18, 1970, a roster of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities for 1970-1971, agenda for Board of Regents' meeting dated January 29, 1971, and a report on the history of UT Arlington themes and nicknames.
6 Student Life, Dean of, Search Committee, 1970-1971.
Contains memoranda, a letter of resignation, applications, a list of candidates, and a portfolio of Dr. Roland Patzer.
7 Technical Institute Division, 1968-1971.
Contains correspondence and a letter of termination. Subjects concern the phasing out of the associate-in-science degree programs of the Technical Institute Division.
8 University of Texas Chapter, March 1969.
Includes a constitution entitled The Milwaukee Statement: The Majority Coalition, adopted March 9, 1969.
9 Vandergriff Week, 1971.
Contains correspondence, schedule of events, request form, letters of invitation and declines, bulletins, and invitation. Subjects concern the tribute and honor to Tom J. Vandergriff, mayor of Arlington, Texas, during the week of May 2 thru May 7, 1971.

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