Student Activities Office: Subject Folders

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Student Activities Office: subject folders
Creator: University of Rochester. Student Activities Office
Call Number: UA292
Dates: 1926-1968, bulk 1955-1967
Physical Description: 9.43 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Related Materials
Content List
Series I: Subject files
Collection Overview
Title: Student Activities Office: subject folders
Creator: University of Rochester. Student Activities Office
Call Number: UA292
Dates: 1926-1968, bulk 1955-1967
Physical Description: 9.43 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Biographical/Historical Note
The College of Arts and Science Bulletin for 1931-1932 described "extra-curricular activities . . . as a means of promoting the education and developing the character of all students." While pointing to their potential value in "the development of a rounded individual," the University noted that student activities should not be compulsory because they depend on students' interest, available time, and academic work (page 45).

This collection bridges the period when the University was coordinate—with a separate College for men and College for Women—and after it became coeducational in 1955. Student activities for men were housed in Todd Union, one of the original buildings on the River Campus that opened in 1930. During the period from 1930 to 1955, the College for Women continued to remain on the Prince Street Campus, where their Student Activities Office was located in Cutler Union. When the Colleges for Men and Women integrated in 1955 on the River Campus, their activities offices consolidated as well. Todd Union was redesigned at this time to suit its new coeducational role. Several offices, such as the Dietary Office, were moved out of the building to accommodate the larger student body that would use the space. Kitchen facilities were also downsized in Todd Union as two new dining halls were added on the River Campus, and this created more room for activities.

Cornelis de Kiewiet was the president of the University at the time of the merger, having been inaugurated in 1951. The 1955-1956 issue of the College of Arts and Science Bulletin noted that, "Under [his] leadership there has been a sharpening of educational purpose at Rochester based on the conviction that 'we must concentrate on the coordination and efficiency of all those activities which constitute each student's total educational experience'" (page 18). Therefore, in 1955 Todd Union became a center of student activities for all students. Residence Hall governments provided activities as well, but these were often limited to the residents of those buildings and were not coeducational for the most part. At Todd Union, men's and women's groups often merged into a single entity; for example, The Campus newspaper from the men's college and The Tower Times newspaper from the women's college merged into the Campus Times.

The Student Activities Office in Todd Union for most of the first 35 years was staffed by a director, assistant director, and secretary. As the student body at the University grew more rapidly in the 1960s, the office expanded to include other staff as well. Several members of the office staff figure prominently in the collection: Jane Stellwagen (Class of 1947), Assistant Dean of Students from 1961-1965 and Director of Student Activities from 1958-1962; Martin Van de Visse, Director of Student Activities from 1962-1964, Director of Student Life in 1963, and Assistant to the Dean of Students in 1964; Marion "Rusty" Dearnley (Class of 1960), Assistant Director of Student Activities from 1962-1963, Associate Director of Student Life from 1963-1964, and Director of Student Activities from 1964-1965; and Vicki Proschel Schwartz (Class of 1962), Director of Student Activities from 1965-1967. Other University administrators whose names frequently appear in the collection are Alice Corbin, Director of Residence Halls for Women from 1960-1963 and Director of Residence Halls from 1963-1965; Alexander Cameron, Associate Dean of Students from 1961-1963 and Dean of Students 1963-1965; and Joseph Cole, Assistant Dean of Students from 1956-1959, Dean of Students from 1959-1963, University Dean of Student Affairs from 1963-1967, and Associate Provost of Student Life from 1967-1968.

Scope and Content
This collection consists of subject folders maintained by the Student Activities Office at Todd Union. The material dates from 1926 to 1968. Several items date from before the opening of Todd Union, and bulk dates for the material are 1955-1967. For the period before integration of the women's and men's colleges (1930-1955), material is only for the College for Men. The collection covers a range of topics, including student government, fraternities and sororities, Freshman orientation ("Frosh Week"), student organizations, administrative groups, and material about the Student Activities Office and Todd Union themselves. These folders were the office's records on clubs and other activities, and the material in the folders primarily reflects what the groups themselves collected. Materials include correspondence, University press releases, notes, budgets, constitutions, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, and membership lists.

Dates refer to when materials were created. Files related to Frosh Week and Parents Weekend also contain, as an integral part of the title, dates that refer to when those events were held.

Oversize materials have been shifted to flat file.

New York (State)--Rochester
Student activities
College students--Social life and customs
University of Rochester. Student Activities Office
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Received from Marc Hoberman (Class of 1970), October 1968.Access
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[Item title, item date], Student Activities Office: subject folders, UA292, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Additional material can be found in the Student Activities Office: Subject Folders, 1933-1964, collection.

Bulletin of the University of Rochester: College of Arts and Science Catalogue, 1931-1932. University of Rochester, 1930.

Bulletin of the University of Rochester: College of Arts and Science, Issue for 1955-1956 . University of Rochester, 1955.

Cameron, Alexander. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 2, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Cole, Joseph. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 2, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Corbin, Alice. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 2, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Dearnley, Marion. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 2, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Pieterse, Janice Bullard. Our Work Is But Begun. Meliora Press, 2014.

Schwartz, Vicki. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 1, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Stellwagen, Jane. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 2, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Van de Visse, Martin. Public Relations Faculty/Staff Files, Series 1, Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: University of Rochester Archives
Address: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation
River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd.
Rochester, New York 14627-0055

Content List
Series I: Subject files
Box 1, Folder 1-2Academic Reports, Performance Programs, 1959-1967
Includes material on academic advising, admitted students (to and about them), and academic honesty.
Second folder contains confidential information.

Box 1, Folder 3Activities Program, 1965-1967
Includes material on Student Activities advisors and draft card policies at the University.

Box 1, Folder 4All-University Symphony Orchestra, 1956-1965
Includes several concert programs.

Box 1, Folder 5-6Alpha Phi Omega, 1957-1966
Includes material on the Ugliest Man on Campus (UMOC) charity event, event posters, and forms for advertising space on University desk blotters (the desk pad that was sold to University students and had the school calendar on it).
Note on original folder cover photocopied and stored in file.

Box 1, Folder 7Alumni Office, 1960-1965
Box 1, Folder 8Amateur Radio Club, 1957-1965
Includes correspondence about the club's establishment.

Box 1, Folder 9Americans for Reappraisal of Far Eastern Policy, 1966
Includes a document inviting professors to the first meeting.

Box 1, Folder 10Arts Committee, 1963-1966
Includes a student activities calendar, conference brochure for an English conference at the University, and creative arts festival booklet from the student union at the University of Michigan.

Box 1, Folder 11Arts Committee, 1963-1966
Includes event listings and event proposals.

Box 1, Folder 12Arts Committee, 1959-1965
Includes events calendars, correspondence with the Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian embassies about a Scandinavian Arts Festival to be held in 1961 in Rochester, a poster for the Scandinavian Arts Festival, and correspondence between United States senate offices and the Soviet Union embassy about a 1960 Russian Arts Festival.

Box 1, Folder 13Arts Committee, 1962-1964
Includes brochures for performance groups and contracts with groups.

Box 2, Folder 1Arts Committee, 1960-1966
Includes pamphlets for the 1960 Russian Arts Festival and the 1961 Scandinavian Arts Festival, annotated concert programs, and an unidentified photograph.
Photocopies of photographs are available in this folder. Originals were moved to the University Photographs collection in a folder with the same name.
Processing Note: A mimeograph of the concert program was moved to a flat folder.

Box 2, Folder 2Arts Committee, 1960-1966
Includes many programs for performances by University groups and outside groups.

Box 2, Folder 3Association for the International Education of Students in Economics and Commerce, 1966
Contains an open letter inviting students to attend an information session and a press release about summer internships.

Box 2, Folder 4Association of Women Students, 1963-1967
Includes planning documents, forms, and assessment reports for the 1964 region IV convention of the International Association of Women Students (IAWS) held at the University of Rochester.

Box 2, Folder 5Association of Women Students: Budgets, 1958-1967
Includes information about a conference at Massachusetts Institute of Technology for women in science.

Box 2, Folder 6-7Association of Women Students: Bulletins and Minutes, 1962-1967
Includes AWS Council, Executive Council, and Dorm Council minutes.

Box 2, Folder 8-10Association of Women Students: Elections, Programs, Constitutions, Correspondence, 1959-1966
Includes officer lists, election ballots, event posters, a report from the National Association of Women Deans and Councilors, and correspondence from other colleges asking for documents from the University.

Box 3, Folder 1Association of Women Students: General File, 1963-1966
Includes a nomination form for the "Best-Dressed Girl on Campus" competition, a flyer for a sex information seminar, and a handmade invitation to a Pajama Party addressed to Rusty Dearnley.

Box 3, Folder 2Association of Women Students: Handbook, 1964-1966
Contains the 1964/1965 handbook, drafts of the handbook and other planning material, and the Towers Residents' Handbook for 1965/1966.

Box 3, Folder 3Association of Women Students: Hours, Curfews, Standards Committee, 1963-1967
Contains a document titled "History of the Curfew System 1955-1964," evaluation reports on the curfews, and petition forms for late hours.

Box 3, Folder 4Association of Women Students: Women's Residence Hall Council, 1963-1964
Contains a mailing envelope that held material for a booklet on residence hall life including seven photographs.
Photocopies of photographs are available in this folder. Originals were moved to the University Photographs collection in a folder with the same name.

Box 3, Folder 5Bands, 1966
Contains a letter about improper cleanup of the snack bar in Todd Union and a memo about bands using rooms in Todd Union for rehearsals.

Box 3, Folder 6Baroque Ensemble, 1965-1966
Contains three concert programs, one with notes on it.

Box 3, Folder 7Bellman's Society, 1952-1966
Includes performance announcements.

Box 3, Folder 8Board of Control, 1964
Contains the constitution and bylaws in document and booklet form.

Box 3, Folder 9Board of Control: Statements, Balance Sheets, Budgets, 1945-1956
Box 3, Folder 10Bowling, 1959-1965
Includes correspondence with Hobart College about seasonal matches, budgets, and tournament posters.
A bowling tournament poster was moved to a flat file.

Box 3, Folder 11Bridge Club, 1959-1965
Includes club posters and posters about the University of Rochester International Bridge Competition.

Box 3, Folder 12Budgets, 1964-1967
Contains budgets for the College Cabinet, Campus Times, and the Print Shop.

Box 3, Folder 13Budgets, 1966-1967
Contains budgets for the International Relations Club, Red Cross, Arts Committee, Women's Recreation Association, and Student Activities Office. Also included are memos about keys to Todd Union.

Box 3, Folder 14Budgets, 1962-1964
Contains Interfraternity Council budgets and a publication for fraternities titled "Key to House Financing: 'Fiscal Responsibility.'"

Box 3, Folder 15Buildings and Space, 1952-1966
Includes a memo about the naming of buildings in the Founders Court and Graduate Living Center, a memo about summer programs for children of faculty, schedules for lights in Rush Rhees Library's tower, and a memo on the expansion of the Atomic Energy Project at the medical school.

Box 4, Folder 1-2Calendars and Directories, 1956-1966
Directories are of Student Activities groups. Also includes city calendars and workshop schedules.

Box 4, Folder 3Campus Conference on Religion, 1958-1962
Includes programs, posters, and questionnaires.

Box 4, Folder 4Campus Security and Parking, 1963-1965
Also includes bus schedule, building openings, and "Late Hours" requests.

Box 4, Folder 5-6Campus Times, 1948-1967
Includes publishing schedules, subscription forms, advertising requests, a style guide for reporting the news, fundraising and reports about sending a reporter to Southern University to investigate that school's closing due to protests against segregation, subscribers list, and postage calculation forms.
Two post office forms were moved to a flat file.

Box 4, Folder 7Chaperone Checklist Forms, 1959-1963
Also includes letters requesting chaperones for functions and "Instructions and Information for the Night Managers."

Box 4, Folder 8Chaperone Lists, 1956-1963
Also includes a letter to student organizations on what their chaperone requests should look like.

Box 4, Folder 9Chess Club, 1952-1966
Includes event posters, result booklets from tournaments, and correspondence with several colleges during a period when the University did not have an active club.

Box 4, Folder 10Chronicle, 1965
This publication was established in 1959. As indicated on the front cover it includes "a listing of officers and advisors of the major student organizations and the publishing of a daily calendar with major university events listed."
Includes a letter from Ward Woodbury (Orchestral Conductor and Director) about missing concerts in the calendar and a draft, with notes, for the 1965/1966 school year edition.

Box 4, Folder 11City Students, 1956-1965
Books for Asian Students was a nonprofit organization that provided textbooks in English to universities in Asian countries.
Lists of commuter students (City Students), reports on beds on campus that were reserved for commuter students if they decided to sleep on campus for the night, material from the City Women's Organization, a letter on the Books for Asian Students project, and programs for father-daughter banquets.

Box 4, Folder 12Co-Kast, 1963-1966
Co-Kast was a musical theater group that focused on comedy. Its first play was George Gershwin's Girl Crazy in the fall of 1958.
Many performance programs, posters, and room reservation requests.

Box 4, Folder 13College Bowl, 1965-1966
Contains a booklet for the 1965/1966 season.

Box 4, Folder 14Commencement and Baccalaureate, 1962-1965
Includes schedules, programs, and reports on commencement.

Box 5, Folder 1Commencement: Marshals, Ushers, and Other Arrangements, 1957-1966
Also includes reviews of the ceremonies by the Commencement Committee and Student Activities Office.

Box 5, Folder 2Composite Photographs, 1963-1965
A sample composite photograph was moved to a flat file.

Box 5, Folder 3Concert Band, 1957-1966
Contains concert programs, information about the name change to "Symphonic Band" in 1966, and a marching band attendance policy.

Box 5, Folder 4Concessions Committee, 1963-1965
This committee was composed of deans and staff members. It gave permits to and oversaw student vendors on campus for various products such as Avon, Playboy, and charter buses.
Includes lists of concessions, a charter for the committee, documents (financial, constitutions) from Rochester Contrast, and an advertisement for Towers Laundry.

Box 5, Folder 5Conference Office, 1966
Contains a report on activities from July 1, 1965 through June 30, 1966.

Box 6, Folder 1Contrast, 1964-1965
Rochester Contrast was first published in fall 1964 as an alternative campus paper to the Campus Times and other publications. It strove to fill the need for "more information and communication presented on a basis differently from that of any presently existing or proposed method on campus." It was originally a concession granted by the Concession Committee, but became a student activity under the Student Activities Office in 1965.
Includes subscription forms, posters, surveys on the military draft, a WRUR Fan-Gram poster on basketball, and four issues from 1965 with annotations.

Box 6, Folder 2Dandelion Day, 1963-1968
Contains programs for the event and an issue of the Campus Times from April 30, 1968.

Box 6, Folder 3Dean's Office Staff, 1962-1964
Includes material pertaining to events for Dean's Office staff, such as parties and picnics.
A guidebook for parents of freshman students from 1963 has been moved to the Orientation collection.

Box 6, Folder 4Dean's Reports, 1956-1964
Includes withdrawals lists; enrollment data; summer job opportunities for juniors; academic and annual reports; and a list of pre-medical and pre-dental students, their grades, and which graduate schools they were accepted into.
Contains confidential information.

Box 6, Folder 5Displays and Bulletin Boards, 1966
Box 6, Folder 6D'Lions, 1958-1965
At the time of the material the D'Lions were the women's sophomore honor society.
Contains programs for dinners put on by the group, babysitting posters, applications, acceptance letters, rejection letter forms, evaluation forms, meeting agendas, and schedules for tour guides.

Box 6, Folder 7Dormitories: Interhall Council, Dorm Constitutions, 1960-1966
Includes the Social Behavior Board coed hours policy, party posters, help wanted posters, Open House Committee annual report, and resident adviser application materials.

Box 6, Folder 8Dramatics, 1961-1964
Includes schedules of activities, the draft of a Campus Times article, and an Esso World Theatre program booklet.

Box 6, Folder 9Drug Education Program, 1968
Contains program packets: the program's event calendar, educational booklets on drugs, research papers on drugs and their effects in society, lecture transcripts, and a chart of the most common drugs and their effects and other statistics.
Material was originally in two manilla envelopes.

Box 6, Folder 10Eastman School of Music, 1958-1965
Includes documents about the organization of Eastman School performances on the River Campus, an interview with Howard Hanson (the Director of the Eastman School of Music), and programs, posters, and season schedules.

Box 6, Folder 11Employee Benefits, 1960-1965
Includes a University career brochure, airplane ticket forms, physician time schedules, insurance coverage for carpools and travel insurance, sick leave policy, and information on tuition benefits for staff.

Box 6, Folder 12Equipment: Correspondence, Contracts, Service Information, 1957-1966
Box 6, Folder 13Evaluations, 1958-1962
Contains an evaluation of extracurricular activities at the University. It has a response to the Middle States Report as well as a report from a group from other universities that was brought in to evaluate the University.

Box 6, Folder 14Experiment '60, 1956-1966
The group was founded in 1956 under the name of the Players,\ but became Experiment '60 in the 1959/1960 school year. Its name then changed each academic year to the next numeral. For example, in the 1962/1963 academic year, the name changed to Experiment '63. The organization was founded to allow students to be involved "in all aspects of theater" and "to gain experience with plays of their own choice." There was also an emphasis on "creativity and originality" in this company.
Includes tryout posters, programs, playbills, and event posters. Also includes material from the Players in the 1950s.

Box 6, Folder 15Faculty, 1963-1965
Includes appointments of staff, information on faculty advisors, and a directory of department officials.

Box 6, Folder 16Faculty Club, 1963-1965
Contains menus, calendars, club polices and house rules.

Box 7, Folder 1Fencing Club, probably 1962
Contains a single poster advertising a meeting.

Box 7, Folder 2Flag Rush, 1957-1966
Contains material on both the men's and women's traditions. Includes evaluation reports from the event chairman.

Box 7, Folder 3Forbes Society, 1960
This was a philosophical organization.
Contains a single document about the group's reformation and first event.

Box 7, Folder 4Foreign Students: Orientation, 1964
Contains a review of how the orientation went that year by the organizing committee co-chairmen.

Box 7, Folder 5Forensic, 1966-1967
This was a debate organization on campus.
Includes registration forms for tournaments and schedules.

Box 7, Folder 6-7Fraternities, 1963-1966
Includes informal initiation schedules submitted to the Student Activities Office, a document titled "University Expectations and Assistance for Fraternities," lists of chapters on campus and of freshmen on campus, national chapter rankings, and a booklet for freshmen or other prospective fraternity members about Greek life at the University.

Box 7, Folder 8Fraternities: Alpha Delta Phi, 1964-1965
Includes a pledge exam.

Box 7, Folder 9Fraternities: Alpha Epsilon Pi, 1965-1966
Box 7, Folder 10Fraternities: Alpha Kappa Phi, 1965
Box 7, Folder 11Fraternities: Beta Delta Gamma, 1964-1966
Includes pledge questionnaires.

Box 7, Folder 12Fraternities: Chi Phi, 1961-1965
The fraternity chapter was originally a local fraternity called Gamma Sigma Phi, which then affiliated with the national fraternity Chi Phi, and some material is from when the fraternity was still called Gamma Sigma Phi.
Includes schedules of events and a chapter history.

Box 7, Folder 13Fraternities: Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1964-1965
Box 7, Folder 14Fraternities: Delta Upsilon, 1966
Box 7, Folder 15Fraternities: Phi Epsilon Pi, approximately 1964
Box 7, Folder 16Fraternities: Psi Upsilon, 1964
Box 7, Folder 17Fraternities: Rushing, undated
Contains a questionnaire for students about to enter the rushing process.

Box 7, Folder 18Fraternities: Scholarship, 1961-1963
Contains the rankings of fraternities based on GPA.

Box 7, Folder 19Fraternities: Sigma Alpha Mu, 1964-1966
Includes kitchen and dining room rules for their house and information on dues.

Box 7, Folder 20Fraternities: Sigma Chi, 1965-1966
Includes a poster for an event raising money for the Ugliest Man on Campus contest and information about Derby Day (rules, schedules, brochures).

Box 7, Folder 21Fraternities: Tau Kappa Epsilon, 1964-1965
Includes a pledge final, Oak Leaves newsletter, and TKE tutor lists.

Box 7, Folder 22Fraternities: Theta Chi, 1964-1965
Includes a pledge final and a residence contract.

Box 7, Folder 23Fraternities: Theta Delta Chi, 1964-1966
Includes information on the fraternity's history for pledges and a letter to pledges' parents.

Box 7, Folder 24Fraternity House Closing Forms, 1965-1966
Contains rules for houses during the summer and other vacations and a vacation report form.

Box 7, Folder 25Fraternity Social Program Form, undated
Contains a Weekly Social Program Report form.

Box 7, Folder 26Fraternity Summer Reports, 1966
Contains filled-in summer report forms.

Box 7, Folder 27Friends of CORE, 1958-1965
CORE stands for Congress on Racial Equality.
Includes several event posters and material for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
One poster was moved to a flat file.

Box 7, Folder 28Frosh Directories, 1965-1966
Contains correspondence about sending copies of the University's directory to other colleges and a letter about adding a "Hints to Parents" section to the directory.

Box 7, Folder 29Frosh Summer Orientation, 1964-1965
Contains a letter of welcome and schedule of events for parents.

Box 7, Folder 30Frosh Week, 1959-1962
Box 7, Folder 31Frosh Week, 1961-1967
Includes a manual for student activities groups for the 1967/1968 academic year.

Box 8, Folder 1Frosh Week, 1961-1965
Includes statistics about incoming classes, evaluations of freshman week activities by committee members, a questionnaire for freshmen for use in academic advising, and a course information booklet.

Box 8, Folder 2Frosh Week, 1962
Includes a brief analysis of the incoming class in the Admissions Office newsletter.

Box 8, Folder 3Frosh Week 1960s, 1960-1965
Includes material on freshmen convocation.

Box 8, Folder 4Frosh Week 1960: Registration and Reception, 1960
Box 8, Folder 5Frosh Week 1960-1961, 1960-1961
Box 8, Folder 6Frosh Week 1961-1962, 1961-1962
Contains information on registration and reception for women students.

Box 8, Folder 7Frosh Week 1962, 1961-1962
Contains committee reports.

Box 8, Folder 8Frosh Week 1962, 1962
Contains a 1962 Student Directory and committee reports.

Box 9, Folder 1Frosh Week 1962, 1962
Includes a foreign student orientation schedule.

Box 9, Folder 2Frosh Week 1962, 1962
Box 9, Folder 3Frosh Week 1963, 1963
Contains letters to incoming freshmen.

Box 9, Folder 4Frosh Week 1963, 1962-1963
Box 9, Folder 5Frosh Week 1963: Evaluations, 1963
Contains evaluation reports from faculty and staff members.

Box 9, Folder 6Frosh Week 1963: Men, 1963
Includes a report on activities and a pamphlet on academic honesty.

Box 9, Folder 7Frosh Week 1963: Women, 1962-1963
Contains filled-out evaluations.

Box 9, Folder 8Frosh Week 1963-1964, 1963-1964
Box 9, Folder 9Frosh Week 1964, 1962-1964
Includes a list of 1962 committee members and a corrected schedule for 1964.

Box 9, Folder 10-11Frosh Week 1964, 1964
Includes a copy of the Association of Women Students Handbook for 1964/1965.

Box 9, Folder 12Frosh Week 1964, 1964
Includes an activities bulletin for the week of October 6 (which was not Frosh Week) and a poster to upperclassmen asking that they stop taking freshmen's beanies so the freshmen can be properly hazed by having to wear them.

Box 9, Folder 13Frosh Week 1964: Committee Budgets, 1964
Box 9, Folder 14Frosh Week 1964: Convocation, 1963-1964
Contains convocation programs and reports from 1963 and 1964.

Box 9, Folder 15Frosh Week 1964: Social Committee, 1964
Includes a contract for the musical group The Rivermen.

Box 10, Folder 1Frosh Week 1965, 1965
Box 10, Folder 2Frosh Week 1965, 1965
Box 10, Folder 3Frosh Week 1965, 1964-1965
Includes invitations to banquets, a brochure about the events of the week, and a commencement program.

Box 10, Folder 4Frosh Week 1965: Directory, 1965
Box 10, Folder 5Frosh Week 1965: Printing, 1965
Contains material sent out May 10, 1965 to incoming freshmen and a letter about the summer orientation program.

Box 10, Folder 6Frosh Week 1965: Social Committee, 1965
Box 10, Folder 7Frosh Week 1965: Special Arrangements, 1965
Box 10, Folder 8Frosh Week 1966, 1966
Includes the 1966 freshman handbook and freshman week program.

Box 10, Folder 9Frosh Week 1966, 1966
Includes freshman week material for incoming students, such as city brochures. Also includes material for upperclassmen involved in freshmen week
A nametag pin was moved to a separate box at the end of the collection. Material was originally in two manila envelopes, with one labeled "Upperclass Mailoff."

Box 10, Folder 10Frosh Week 1966, 1965-1966
Includes directions to Frosh Camp and correspondence about traffic incidents in 1965 related to Frosh Week.

Box 10, Folder 11Frosh Week 1966, 1960,1966
Includes a copy of the magazine Orientation, a copy of the 1966 Frosh Week program, a copy of the 1966 Parents' Weekend program, and a brochure from 1960 about the rising cost of college tuition.

Box 10, Folder 12Frosh Week 1966, 1966
The Party Approval Committee considered applications for parties on campus.
Includes filled-in party approval forms.

Box 10, Folder 13Frosh Week 1966, 1966
Box 10, Folder 14Frosh Week 1966: Co-Chairmen Material, 1965-1966
Box 10, Folder 15Frosh Week 1966: Committee Co-Chairmen Material, 1966
Box 10, Folder 16Frosh Week 1966: Executive Council Material, 1966
Box 10, Folder 17Frosh Week 1966: Extracurricular Activities, 1965-1966
Box 10, Folder 18Frosh Week 1966: Mailings, 1966
Includes mailings for freshmen and for committee members, and also includes a copy of a Orientation magazine.

Box 25Frosh Week 1966: Nametag
Box 11, Folder 1Frosh Week 1966: Social, 1966
Includes contracts for musicians and nametags for chaperones.

Box 11, Folder 2Frosh Week 1966: Special Arrangements, 1966
Box 11, Folder 3Frosh Week 1966: Special Arrangements Report, 1966
Contains a report about the Special Arrangements Committee's activities.

Box 11, Folder 4Frosh Week 1967, 1967
Box 11, Folder 5Frosh Week: Decorations, 1962-1963
Contains a notebook from the University book store used by Barb Goldberg. It contains handwritten notes, documents and ephemera stapled and taped into the pages.

Box 11, Folder 6Frosh Week: Men, 1959-1962
Includes information on planning the faculty-student softball game.

Box 11, Folder 7Glee Clubs, 1958-1965
Contains material for the men's and women's glee clubs. Includes performance programs, a brochure on the women's club, and an itinerary and information booklet for a trip to Canada the men's group took.

Box 11, Folder 8Graduate Living Center, 1965-1966
Contains the student manual and constitution of the residence hall government.

Box 11, Folder 9Gridiron, 1949-1959
This was the football magazine and program for games published through the Board of Control.

Box 11, Folder 10Ham Radio, undated
Contains an advertisement for free radiograms (telegrams sent by Ham radio).

Box 11, Folder 11Handbook, 1964-1966
Contains the 1964/1965 handbook for undergraduate students, 1965/1966 Association of Women Students handbook, and a report on the 1965/1966 undergraduate handbook by the editors.

Box 11, Folder 12-14Hellenic Council, 1956-1962
This material was previously held in a binder and was transferred to folders for preservation reasons. The first folder contains a copy of the binder's cover and the constitution of Gamma Sigma Phi, which was tucked behind the cover. The remaining two folders contain material that had been bound; one folder includes rules and policies about the council and informal initiation schedules, and the other includes meeting minutes.

Box 11, Folder 15Hotels and Travel, 1963-1965
Includes local hotel and motel information for visitors and information about a tour of Europe for students.

Box 11, Folder 16Hourly Payroll Form, undated
Box 11, Folder 17Identification Cards, 1962-1965
Contains planning information about the implementation of identification cards for students. Includes several sample cards and advertisements from card companies.

Box 11, Folder 18India Association, 1965
Contains a Republic Day celebration program and planning material.

Box 12, Folder 1Indicator, 1958-1959
This was a magazine published by the University about engineering.

Box 12, Folder 2Integration, 1952-1960
Contains documents pertaining to the merger of the women's and men's colleges on the River Campus, completed in 1955.

Box 12, Folder 3-4Intercollegiate Association of Women Students, 1962-1964
The regional convention was held every two years and in 1964 was held at the University.
Includes program booklets, reports on the regional convention, and advertisements for the 1966 regional convention.

Box 12, Folder 5Intercollegiate Association of Women Students, 1961-1964
The regional convention was held every two years and in 1964 was held at the University.
Includes promotional material for the University and Monroe County, a banquet program, several newspaper articles about the University, and a poster for the 1964 regional convention.

Box 12, Folder 6Intercollegiate Association of Women Students, 1957-1965
The regional convention was held every two years and in 1964 was held at the University.
Includes an agenda for the 1958 IAWS regional convention, a program for an IAWS luncheon at the State University of New York at Oswego, and material for various other conventions.

Box 12, Folder 7Intercollegiate Association of Women Students: National, 1964-1965
Contains the 1965 IAWS Booklet and a 1964 letter about a model college orientation program.

Box 12, Folder 8-10Intercollegiate Association of Women Students: Regional Conventions, 1962-1965
The regional convention was held every two years and in 1964 was held at the University.
Includes material from the 1964 Rochester regional convention, the 1964 fall sub-regional convention at Syracuse University, 1962 Penn State Convention, and receipts of purchases from the Rochester chapter.
A nametag pin for Marion Dearnley was moved to a separate box at the end of the collection.

Box 25Intercollegiate Association of Women Students: Regional Conventions: Nametag, 1964-1966
Box 12, Folder 11Interfraternity Council, 1963-1966
Box 13, Folder 1Interfraternity Council: Correspondence, 1964-1965
Box 13, Folder 2Interfraternity Council: Fraternity Retreat, 1962-1963
Includes 7 photographs of a fraternity display at an activity fair and reports including more photographs and press clippings.
Photocopies of photographs are available in this folder. Originals were moved to the University Photographs collection in a folder with the same name.

Box 13, Folder 3Interfraternity Council: Housing Committee Expansion, 1963-1964
Contains material about the desire for new fraternity houses on campus for the fraternities without them.

Box 13, Folder 4Interfraternity Council: Judicial, 1963
Includes a letter to fraternities about responsibility for enforcing social rules.
Contains confidential information.

Box 13, Folder 5Interfraternity Council: Minutes, 1964-1965
Box 13, Folder 6Interfraternity Council: National Interfraternity Council Correspondence and Publications, 1963-1964
Includes copies of Interfraternity Views and News, a 1963 National Interfraternity Conference Program and Report booklet, a 1963 National Interfraternity Conference Public Relations pamphlet, and the 1964 National Interfraternity Conference Yearbook.

Box 13, Folder 7Interfraternity Council: Newsletters, 1963
Box 13, Folder 8Interfraternity Council: Public Relations, 1963
Contains an editorial from the Democrat and Chronicle about actions taken by the Interfraternity Council to decrease hazing, a student activities and events information sheet, and a booklet titled Your Book of Ideas for a Constructive Public Relations Program.

Box 13, Folder 9Interfraternity Council: Rules, 1959
Contains a draft of the summer rules for fraternity houses.
Folder originally titled "IFC: Constitution, bylaws and rules."

Box 13, Folder 10International Club, 1962-1967
Includes a poster for an Afro-American Folkloric Troupe performance, a poster for the lecture "An American View of U.S. Foreign Policy in Africa," and an events schedule.

Box 13, Folder 11Interpres, 1948-1967
Includes a memo about the Todd Union yearbook collection, tips for salesmen, and results of a 1949 survey conducted by UCLA of various colleges' yearbooks.
The Interpres News was moved to a flat file.

Box 13, Folder 12Interpres: Editor's Reports, 1965-1966
Box 13, Folder 13Intersorority Council, undated
Contains the constitution of the Intersorority Council.

Box 13, Folder 14Intersorority Council, 1956-1966
Includes a report on sorority participation from 1962.

Box 13, Folder 15Jesters, 1962-1965
Includes advertisements for the show UP, tryout posters, a script for The Night after Tonight by Edward Mendelson, and playbills for Straw Hat, The Ten Dollar Bill, and Knit Me a Plaid Jeep.

Box 13, Folder 16Jesters: Budget, 1967
Contains the 1967/1968 budget.

Box 13, Folder 17Keidaeans, 1957-1961
At the time this organization was the senior men's honors society.
Includes certificates of initiation.
Materials concerning Keidaeans' initiation ceremony have been moved to the Keidaeans collection.

Box 13, Folder 18Key Issue Forms, 1966
Box 13, Folder 19Mail, 1965-1966
Includes time sheets for employees of the mail room.

Box 13, Folder 20Marsiens, 1953-1966
This organization was the senior women's honor society.
Includes information on fundraisers, a history of the society, and surveys (with their results) and reports that were given to faculty and students.

Box 13, Folder 21Meditation Room, 1956
Box 13, Folder 22Mendicants, 1956-1963
This organization was the junior men's honor society.

Box 13, Folder 23Men's Dining Center, 1964
Contains a document titled "Guide for Scheduling and Supervision of Third Floor, Men's Dining Center."

Box 13, Folder 24Men's Residence Open House History, 1965-1966
Open houses were times when residence halls would allow students of the opposite sex to be in the halls and socialize with the residents.
Includes a letter to staff advisors about rioting, lists of resident advisors, and a report on open house policy history at the University.

Box 13, Folder 25Miscellaneous, 1965
Includes a holiday meal schedule.

Box 14, Folder 1Modern Dance Club, 1964
Contains a letter about the organization's budget.

Box 14, Folder 2Music: General, 1955-1966
Includes a Strong Auditorium Concert Series schedule, Eastman School performance schedules, Glee Club programs, Baroque Ensemble programs, chamber concert programs, Mozart Weekend schedules and program, practice room sign-in sheets, a spring 1964 tour itinerary, a Protestant Chapel program, a Stravinsky Weekend program, schedules of concerts, a syllabus for Music Appreciation 1-2 in 1956, and press clippings and a newsletter about the Eastman Philharmonia's trip to Europe.

Box 14, Folder 3New Groups, undated
Contains the rules of procedure for writing group constitutions.

Box 14, Folder 4Ninth Masque Players, 1966
A summer theater group.
Contains two articles about upcoming performances and the origin of the group.

Box 14, Folder 5Nite of Sin, 1960-1966
A party held by the junior class the night before the junior prom.
Includes musician contracts and reports about the success of the event that also describe its history.

Box 14, Folder 6Office Supply Information, 1963-1965
Box 14, Folder 7Organizational Membership Notices, 1963
Box 14, Folder 8Outing Club, 1964-1967
Includes information about the 1967 intercession ski trip, ski team information, a Genesee Valley Hiking Club schedule from 1965, and posters for interest meetings for skiing, "Bike Hikes," and camping trips.

Box 14, Folder 9Outing Club, 1961-1962
Box 14, Folder 10Outing Club: Bicycle Trips, 1960
Includes a poster and material for a trip to Cedar Springs Park.

Box 14, Folder 11Outing Club: Cabin, 1926, 1932-1935, 1952-1955
Includes a copy of Wesleyan College's Campus Chest newspaper with a 1932 article about its outing club's cabin use, material about the purchase of a cabin, material about Oberlin College and its cabin use, and photographs of a cabin from the 1930s.
Photocopies of photographs are available in this folder. Originals were moved to the University Photographs collection in a folder with the same name.
A blueprint for a farm property in Latta, New York, was moved to a flat file.

Box 14, Folder 12Outing Club: Constitution, 1953
Box 14, Folder 13Outing Club: Forms, 1959-1960
Box 14, Folder 14Outing Club: Horseback Riding, 1960
Box 14, Folder 15Outing Club: Membership, 1960-1961
Includes a letter about a gathering of Central New York outing clubs and joint trips for the clubs.

Box 14, Folder 16Outing Club: Others, 1950-1962
Contains newsletters for other colleges' outing clubs.

Box 14, Folder 17-18Outing Club: Skiing, 1959-1962
Material for the intercession trips of January 1959, 1960, 1961, and 1962 (the last canceled due to poor skiing conditions).

Box 14, Folder 19Outing Club: Trip to Letchworth Park, 1956
Includes several maps of the park.
One map was moved to a flat file.

Box 14, Folder 20Outside Group Activities, 1962-1963
Includes a room reservation packet and a concert program for the Men's Glee Club trip to Canada in 1963.

Box 14, Folder 21Parents Guidebook, 1960-1963
Includes a guidebook from 1960 and an edited book from 1962 for a future year, possibly 1963 or 1964.

Box 14, Folder 22Parents Letters, 1961
Contains 2 letters: one about increasing tuition and the other a notification about a Parents Advisory Council meeting.

Box 14, Folder 23Parents Weekend, 1961-1967
Includes programs for folk singing concerts and for moving up day during Parents Weekend.

Box 15, Folder 1Parents Weekend 1964, 1963-1964
Includes invitations to banquets. Also includes material for both the 1962 and the 1963 Parents Weekends.

Box 15, Folder 2Parents Weekend 1966-1967, 1966-1967
Includes 1967 programs and schedule, and a Parents Weekend folder that was specially decorated for the event.

Box 15, Folder 3Parents Weekend: Business Manager, 1960-1963
Box 15, Folder 4Parents Weekend: Student Activities Office, 1963-1967
Includes an undated program, possibly from 1966.

Box 15, Folder 5Party Application, undated
Box 15, Folder 6-7Party Approval Committee, 1954-1966
Includes the University's policies on alcohol use.

Box 15, Folder 8Party Approval Committee, 1965-1966
Box 15, Folder 9-10Party Approval Request Forms, 1965
Includes party posters.

Box 15, Folder 11-12Party Approvals, 1964-1965
Includes party application forms, Todd Union Committee activity reports, and a Student Activities Office 1964/1965 calendar.

Box 15, Folder 13Party Manual, 1962-1966
The manual was published by the Student Activities Office.
Includes the manual, directions for the proper cleaning of Todd Union, and the Snack Bar floor plan.

Box 15, Folder 14Phi Beta Kappa, 1959-1964
Contains lists of initiates.

Box 16, Folder 1Photographic Club, 1965-1966
Contains material related to the school's darkroom: planning, design, budget, keys, and schedule.

Box 16, Folder 2Placement Office, 1961-1965
Includes job opportunity notices in summer bulletins and reports about post-graduation employment of University of Rochester students.

Box 16, Folder 3Pre-Medical Society, undated
Contains the society's constitution and a draft constitution.

Box 16, Folder 4Printing, 1964-1965
Includes a poster for Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and a brochure on a lecture series titled "Competition or Conflict in International Business."

Box 16, Folder 5Prologue, 1952-1964
Includes posters advertising the literary magazine and notices about workshop meetings.

Box 16, Folder 6Pumpkin Society and Other Ideas to Think About, 1955-1966
Contains an invitation to an event and minutes from the event, planning documents and schedule for an end–of-exams party, a Theta Delta Chi End of Exams Beer Blast poster, and a plan for a smoker.

Box 16, Folder 7Recommendation Letters, 1962-1966
Contains letters of recommendation and letters of congratulations for achievements.
Contains confidential information.

Box 16, Folder 8Red Cross, 1963-1966
Includes conference schedules, material from the Red Cross Inter-College Council, and the 1961/1962 Annual Report for the Inter-College Council.

Box 16, Folder 9Red Cross Yearbooks, 1963-1964
Contains Red Cross Inter-College Council yearbooks for 1962/1963 and 1963/1964.

Box 16, Folder 10Religion, 1965
Contains a copy of the the booklet Religion on Campus at the University of Rochester with a welcome letter and printed versions of the sermon series "Elegies in a University Churchyard."

Box 17, Folder 1Religion Booklets, 1955-1965
Includes copies of the booklet Religion on Campus at the University of Rochester, programs from religious services, and the senior convocation program from 1955.

Box 17, Folder 2Religious Organizations, 1956-1966
Includes sermon booklets, bulletins, sermons 2-8 in the sermon series "Elegies in a University Churchyard," photographs of religious services, and posters for lectures, study groups, and dinners.
Photocopies of photographs are available in this folder. Originals were moved to the University Photographs collection in a folder with the same name.

Box 17, Folder 3-6Religious Survey, 1965/1966
Contains filled-out surveys and instructions. The survey is a general opinion survey to get an idea of what the typical college student thinks about various issues. In addition to asking students their religious affiliation, surveys asks questions about topics such as what their average day consists of, the roles of men and women in society and domestic life, and what they think a college education should consist of.

Box 18, Folder 1Religious Survey, 1965/1966
Contains filled-out surveys and instructions. The survey is a general opinion survey to get an idea of what the typical college student thinks about various issues. In addition to asking students their religious affiliation, surveys asks questions about topics such as what their average day consists of, the roles of men and women in society and domestic life, and what they think a college education should consist of.

Box 18, Folder 2Residence Halls, 1965-1966
Includes projected numbers of residents, applications for off-campus housing, material for State University of New York at Brockport and Rochester Institute of Technology off-campus programs, and a brochure for a new Syracuse University residence hall.

Box 18, Folder 3Residence Halls, 1959-1966
Includes material from hall governments, material about the planning of the Hill Court residence halls as well as Phases II and III residence halls, material about residence advisors, and a "Best of Bogart" film series brochure.

Box 18, Folder 4ROTC and NROTC, 1965
ROTC stands for Reserve Officer Training Corps and NROTC stands for Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps.
Contains two press releases.

Box 18, Folder 5Rugby Club, undated
Contains a single membership list.

Box 18, Folder 6Rules and Regulations, 1958-1965
Box 18, Folder 7Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy), 1960
Includes an outline of material for speakers on "Radiation, Its Biological Effects, and the Fallout Problem."

Box 18, Folder 8Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy), 1960
Box 19, Folder 1Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy), 1960
Includes a newspaper from Brandeis University called From the Lasker Fellows that has an article about Sane, correspondence with other schools about their chapters and pamphlets about organizations at other schools.

Box 19, Folder 2Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy), 1960
Includes a brochure on anti-nuclear positions.

Box 19, Folder 3Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy), 1960-1962
Includes letters to government officials petitioning for more nuclear regulation.

Box 19, Folder 4Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy), 1960-1961
Includes event posters and many clippings from newspapers such as the New York Times and theCampus Times.

Box 19, Folder 5-6Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy) Material, 1959-1962
Sane was short for the organization Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy.
Includes Student Peace Union bulletins from the University of Chicago. Also includes articles and brochures about nuclear policy from various sources including the United States government and United Nations.

Box 19, Folder 7Sane (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy) Material, 1959-1961
Sane was short for the organization Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy.
Includes event posters, The Yardling publication from Harvard, and New York Times and Washington Post articles.

Box 19, Folder 8SAVE, undated
Contains a thank you letter for electing members to the College Cabinet.

Box 19, Folder 9Senior Bulletins, 1960-1965
Includes Placement Office bulletins; progress reports for the classes of 1963, 1964, and 1966 (which were published in a class's sophomore year); and a post-graduation plan report for the class of 1963.

Box 19, Folder 10Snack Bar, 1959-1964
Includes party reservation schedules for the snack bar.

Box 19, Folder 11Social and Traditions Committee, 1965
Contains a budget for the upcoming 1965/1966 year.

Box 19, Folder 12Social Behavior Board, 1964-1965
This organization dealt primarily with open houses of the residence halls and the policy about co-ed hours in residence halls. Open houses were times when residence halls would allow students of the opposite sex to be in the halls and socialize with the residents.

Box 19, Folder 13Social Behavior Board, 1965
This organization dealt primarily with open houses of the residence halls and the policy about co-ed hours in residence halls. Open houses were times when residence halls would allow students of the opposite sex to be in the halls and socialize with the residents.
Includes policy statements from the board.

Box 19, Folder 14Social Behavior Board, 1963-1966
This organization dealt primarily with open houses of the residence halls and the policy about co-ed hours in residence halls. Open houses were times when residence halls would allow students of the opposite sex to be in the halls and socialize with the residents.
Includes material on the policy of advertising alcoholic beverages on campus, in particular in newspapers.

Box 19, Folder 15Songs, 1939-1950
Includes song sheets and songbooks (University and non-University songs).

Box 19, Folder 16Sororities: Alpha Sigma, 1958-1965
Includes a map to a dinner dance and sorority songs and poems.

Box 19, Folder 17Sororities: Gamma Phi, 1953-1964
Includes sorority songs.

Box 19, Folder 18Sororities: Sigma Kappa Upsilon, 1966
Contains a single packet of sorority information including songs and a brief history.

Box 19, Folder 19Sororities: Theta Eta, 1958-1966
Box 19, Folder 20Sororities: Theta Tau Theta, 1958-1966
Box 19, Folder 21South Asia Society, 1966
Includes a schedule of events.

Box 20, Folder 1Space Policies, 1962-1964
Deals with room reservations.

Box 20, Folder 2Space and Usage Requests, 1958-1965
Box 20, Folder 3Special Reports, 1967
Includes a report about a pay increase for student managers of Todd Union.

Box 20, Folder 4Speleology Club, 1960-1962
Includes information about Pennsylvania cabins, parks, and caves.
Material was removed from an envelope and rehoused in two folders. This first folder contains material that was held in a smaller envelope within the larger envelope.

Box 20, Folder 5Speleology Club Notebook, 1960-1962
Includes meeting minutes written into the notebook and loose sheets with cave information.
Material was removed from an envelope and split into two folders. This second folder contains the notebook that was in the envelope. Loose papers from the notebook were placed before and after the notebook, depending on which cover they had been tucked into.

Box 20, Folder 6Staff, 1965-1966
Contains a rough draft of a paper on the University judicial system, a staff meeting agenda, and a memo on semester goals for the office.

Box 20, Folder 7Stagers, 1950-1965
Includes programs and posters for many events.

Box 20, Folder 8-9Stagers Accounts, 1956-1963
Includes budget material and account ledgers.
This is a bound book of ledger sheets. Some loose documents discussing the 1963 budget have been placed in from of the book; these were originally tucked into the front cover.

Box 20, Folder 10Strong Auditorium Request Forms, undated
Contains two forms.

Box 20, Folder 11Student Activities Directory, 1965-1966
Includes calendars, lists of student vendors on campus, lists of resident advisors, and the 1964/1965 directory.

Box 20, Folder 12Student Activities: General, 1962-1967
Includes the 1965 Freshman Week schedule, a 1965/1966 basic dates calendar, a list of semester goals for the office, the 1965 Residence Hall Report, and floor plans for Todd Union (1964/1965), the Interpres office, Lower Strong, Upper Strong, and the second floor of a Graduate Living Center tower.

Box 20, Folder 13Student Activities Office, 1934, 1964-1967
Includes a filled-out questionnaire from the Association of College Unions, projected enrollments for 1965-1972, and Todd Union floor plans from 1934, 1964, and circa 1966.

Box 21, Folder 1Student Activities Office: Statements, 1963-1964
Box 21, Folder 2Student Activities Office: Weekly Calendars, 1964-1965
Box 21, Folder 3Student Activities Office: Weekly Calendars, 1966-1967
Box 21, Folder 4Student Aid, 1963-1965
Contains a brochure on social security benefits for students and a press release about how much financial aid the University awards.

Box 21, Folder 5Student Handbook, 1957-1960
Includes the 1965 Frosh Camp Songbook, a draft of the 1964 handbook, printing cost estimates, and correspondence with other schools about sharing handbooks.

Box 21, Folder 6Student Health Service, 1963
Includes a Student Health Service brochure, information about psychiatric consultations, and emergency numbers.

Box 21, Folder 7Student Orientation Program, 1965-1966
Contains two press releases about the summer orientation program.

Box 21, Folder 8Student Peace Union, 1960-1967
Organization also used the names Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy and PEAC, and then became the Student Peace Union.
Includes program schedules, event posters, material on the war in Vietnam, and two Sane Voice newspapers. Also includes a letter informing members of Students for a Democratic Society of upcoming events.

Box 21, Folder 9Student Union, Planning a New, 1963
Includes papers from a conference for student union directors.

Box 21, Folder 10Students Association, undated
Contains the constitution.

Box 21, Folder 11Students for a Responsible Society, 1966
Contains an event poster, statement of principles, and the constitution.

Box 21, Folder 12Summer Orientation, 1964
Includes schedules, purchase orders, and material about course registration, including a booklet with course descriptions for fall 1964.

Box 21, Folder 13Summer Orientation 1965: Parents, 1965
Includes a Monroe County tourism brochure, a brochure on lilacs in Rochester, a Kodak Candid booklet, and a Memorial Art Gallery brochure.

Box 21, Folder 14Summer Orientation 1965: Student Activities Office, 1964-1965
Includes a Democrat and Chronicles article on summer orientation.

Box 21, Folder 15Summer Orientation 1965: Students, 1965
Includes a University handbook for undergraduate students, a Memorial Art Gallery brochure, a Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra schedule, a booklet titled Religion on Campus at the University of Rochester, and a copy of Off to College magazine.

Box 21, Folder 16Summer Schedules, 1962-1964
Includes room reservation forms.

Box 21, Folder 17Todd Union, 1933-1964
Includes an activities planning guide, a 1930s-era survey of Todd Union's dining facilities, the menu from the University of Wyoming student union, and letters from alumni in the 1930s about their desire that beer not be served on campus.

Box 21, Folder 18Todd Union, 1930-1965
Includes material about a 1965 renovation of Todd Union, statements from the depreciation account, and floor plans for the union (1959 and undated).

Box 22, Folder 1Todd Union, 1929-1958
Includes the student union proposal, student union constitution, Todd Union brochures, an Allegheny College grill menu, photocopies of articles in the Rochester Review from 1929/1930 and 1931, a program for a student conference titled "The Student in World Crisis," and Board of Control constitution and by-laws.

Box 22, Folder 2Todd Union, 1948-1956
Includes material on a Tabriz rug donation and maintenance.

Box 22, Folder 3Todd Union, 1934-1942, 1964
Includes reports about space usage, undated floor plans, and notes on the history of Todd Union written in 1964.

Box 22, Folder 4-5Todd Union: Annual Reports, 1933-1965
Box 22, Folder 6Todd Union: Building, Boards, and Activities, 1953-1966
Includes papers on college union management, a University of Minnesota student center report, statistics on other colleges and their student unions, and a document titled "A Sampling of Student Unions in Region II."

Box 22, Folder 7Todd Union Committee Minutes, 1937-1954
Box 23, Folder 1Todd Union Material, 1954-1966
Includes a questionnaire about student clubs' travel, a list of the University's students in 1962 and what organizations they took part in, photocopies of old articles, floor plans of the union with proposed changes, and a document titled "A Short History of Todd Union."

Box 23, Folder 2Todd Union: Party Procedure, 1965
Includes the Todd Union snack bar cleaning procedure.

Box 23, Folder 3Todd Union: Party Reports, 1963-1964
Includes event posters.

Box 23, Folder 4Todd Union: Vacations and Closings, 1963-1967
Includes dining service schedules.

Box 23, Folder 5-6Towers, 1962-1966
Includes newspaper clippings about tuition increases, Towers manuals for residents, Towers room applications, a Towers opinion questionnaire that was used to help establish policies for the buildings, and tentative floor-plans.

Box 23, Folder 7Transfer Student Orientation Schedules, 1966
Box 23, Folder 8UGH!, 1955-1966
Organization's name stands for Under Graduate Humor magazine.
Includes the February 24, 1961 Campus Times.

Box 23, Folder 9University Enrollment Registration, 1961-1965
Includes the readmission application procedure.

Box 23, Folder 10University School and Summer Session, 1963-1966
Includes an evening session brochure and editions of The Chanticleer, a University summer session newsletter.

Box 23, Folder 11Usher Sign-Up Sheets, 1963
Also includes an invitation to a theater performance.

Box 23, Folder 12-13Varsity Press Bills Paid, 1966
Contains order forms with sketches of poster requests.

Box 23, Folder 14Visitation Student Unions, 1960-1962
Includes material on a visiting delegation to Cornell University in January 1962 to review its union. Also includes material on other unions visiting Todd Union to review its programs.

Box 23, Folder 15Vocations, 1964
Includes a newsletter from the Syracuse University School of Social Work, a sociology booklet from the University of Rochester, and an advertisement for the University of Miami School in College Personnel Work.

Box 23, Folder 16Women's Residence Hall, 1963-1967
Includes Women's Residence Hall handbook.

Box 23, Folder 17Women's Residence Hall, 1964
Includes an Anthropology 101 report titled "Coffee and Doughnuts."

Box 23, Folder 18Women's Residence Hall Council, 1964-1967
Box 23, Folder 19World University Service Committee, 1954-1964
Includes event posters, donation collection procedures, and a Faculty Club menu.

Box 24, Folder 1WRUR, 1960-1966
Includes program schedules, a report that contains a history of the station, University policies on the station, posters for events, a 1960 report on technical problems, and a 1962 technical report.

Box 24, Folder 2Yellow Key, 1938-1967
This organization was the sophomore men's honor society.
Includes information on purchases of blazers with the University logo, tours given by the Yellow Keys (including tour notes and directions), and the big brother program. Also includes order receipts for yellow keys and a yellow key sketch.

Box 24, Folder 3Yellowjackets, 1958-1965
Includes concert programs and a letter of recommendation to be considered for a concert tour of Europe.

Box 24, Folder 4Young Democrats, 1960-1965
Includes event posters, ballots for officer elections, convention schedules, a letter from Robert Kennedy, and a press release about Robert Kennedy's visit to campus.

Box 24, Folder 5Young Republicans, 1964-1966
Includes meeting posters.

Box 24, Folder 6Zimbabwe African People's Union, 1965-1966
Flatfile 1Oversize materials, 1926-1965
Contains oversize material from the following files: Arts Committee, Bowling, Campus Times, Composite Photographs, Friends of CORE, Interpres, Outing Club: Cabin, and Outing Club: Trip to Letchworth.

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