Otto R. Hauser Papers, 1860-1972

Container Title
M70-277
Part 1 (M70-277): Original Collection, 1946-1971
Physical Description: 159.6 c.f. (157 record center cartons, 5 archives boxes, 3 card file boxes, and 1 oversize folder), 9 audio recordings, and 2 reels of film 
Scope and Content Note: Original Collection, 1946-1971, of organizational history and background materials; annual National Student Congresses; advisory boards, councils and committees; various administrative, financial and student services files; and files on regional, national and international affairs, including the Foreign Student Leadership Project, International Student Relations Seminars, student delegation, scholarship and exchange programs; conferences, workshops and seminars; programs, including Center for Educational Reform, Tutorial Assistance Center, Drug Studies Center, Vietnam Desk, Educational Travel Inc., and Student Government Information Service; and projects such as stress project, Student Course and Teacher Evaluation, academic freedom project and Student Project for International Responsibility. Types of records include correspondence, minutes, financial reports, project reports, working papers, background information, mailings, news releases, publicity, publications, photographs, and card files.
Series: History and Background
Scope and Content Note: This series includes a variety of materials gathered from unorganized parts of the collection, some of them duplicated elsewhere. Although a number of filing system indexes are included, the various offices changed their systems often enough so that the indexes give only a general idea of organization systems and contents, and are only marginally helpful for locating files.
Box   1
Organizational histories
Box   1
Prospectuses
Box   1
Handbook of administration
Box   1
USNSA Almanac
Box   1
Codification of Policy, 1948-1966
Box   1
The Major Policies of the USNSA
Box   1
“For your information” packet
Box   1
Miscellany
Box   1
Clippings about National Student Association
Box   1
Articles about National Student Association
Box   1
Abbreviation lists
Box   1
Staff directories, organization and procedures
Box   1
Membership lists
Box   1
File indexes
Series: National Student Congresses (NSC)
Scope and Content Note: Materials include speeches, reports, National Student Congress newsletters, working papers, workshop materials, summary minutes, directories, correspondence and mailings. Includes material from the 1946 organizing conference, the 1947 constitutional conference and the first National Student Congress in 1948 to the twenty-second in 1969. Some additional information is contained in the general administrative files.
Box   1
Chicago Student Conference, 1946
Box   1
Constitutional Conference, 1947
National Student Congress correspondence and material
Box   1
1948-1949
Box   2
1949-1952
Box   3
1953-1955
Box   4
1955-1956
Box   5
1956-1957
Box   6
1958-1959
Box   7
1959-1960
Box   8
1961-1962
Box   9
1962-1963
Box   10
1963-1965
Box   11
1965-1966
Box   12
1966-1967
Box   13
1967-1969
Box   14
1969
Series: Boards, Councils, and Committees
Scope and Content Note: This series includes the files of Gordon Klopf, 1948-1963. Klopf was a member and chairman of the National Student Association National Advisory Council, National Advisory Board, and New York State Regional Executive Committee. Included are files on the 1961 National Student Association (NSA) leadership study conducted by Klopf.
Box   14
Financial Advisory Board
Box   14
National Advisory Board
Box   14
National Advisory Committee
Box   14
National Executive Committee
Box   15-16
National Executive Committee (continued)
Box   16
National Interim Committee
Box   16
National Supervisory Board
Box   17
National Supervisory Board (continued)
Box   17
Publications Advisory Board
Box   17
Southern Project Advisory Board
Box   17
Travel Advisory Board
Box   18
Travel Advisory Board (continued)
Box   18
Gordon Klopf, National Advisory Committee, National Advisory Board, 1949-1963
Box   18
Miscellany, 1947-1963
Box   19
Miscellany (continued)
Series: Day Files
Scope and Content Note: These files of chronological correspondence files are organized into three groups by name of individual staff member, desk, office or project; and general office files.
Individuals
Box   19
Susanne Alexander, Director of Regional Programming, 1965 September-November
Box   19
Harriet Beal, Director of Programming, 1964 September-1965 November
Box   19
John Brown, Director of African Affairs, 1966 August
Box   19
John Brown, Director-designate of Foreign Student Volunteer Service Program, 1966 September-December
Box   19
Michael Carlebach, Director of International Programming, 1967 September-1968 July
Box   19
Tim Correll, Civil Rights, 1965 November-1966 January
Box   19
Nancy Couturie, administrative assistant, 1966 June-November
Box   19
Rachelle Diener, Publications, 1965 June-1968 January
Box   19
Hap Dietz, administrative assistant to the National Affairs Vice President, 1962 September-1963 December
Box   19
Priscilla Elwell, publications, 1967 October-1968 June
Box   19
Michael Enwall, special assistant North Africa and Middle East, 1965 October-December
Box   19
James Fowler, Asian Affairs, 1964 February-1965 April
Box   19
James Fowler, Sports Director, 1965 April-1966 May
Box   20
Mike Gannon, field coordinator, 1966 April-June
Box   20
Curtis Gans, National Affairs Vice President, 1960
Box   20
Doris Gibson, Public Relations, 1963-1964
Box   20
Eugene Groves, President, 1966 January-1967 September
Box   20
Charles Goldmark, International Affairs Vice President, 1965 July-1966 March
Box   20
James Haas, International Student Relations Seminar coordinator, 1964
Box   20
Rick Hertzberk, editor of The American Student, 1965-1966
Box   20
Phil Holland, Campus Environmental Studies, 1965-1966
Box   20
Hazel Ann Isgar, Tutorial Assistance Center, 1966-1967
Box   20
Tom Isgar, Tutorial Assistance Center, 1966
Box   20
Lisa Johns, Secretary of International Programs, 1968 January-1969 September
Box   20
Jim Johnson, National Affairs Vice President, 1966 January-May
Box   20
Malcolm Kovacs, special assistant for African Student Affairs, 1964-1966
Box   20
Robert Kernish, special assistant, 1964-1965
Box   21
Gilbert Kulick, special assistant for African Student Affairs, 1965-1966
Box   21
Kuttner, Director of Latin American programs, 1967-1968
Box   21
Roland Liebert, Director of Campus Environmental Studies, 1965-1966
Box   21
Harry H. Lunn Jr., President, 1954-1955
Box   21
Tim Manring, National Affairs Vice President, 1962-1963
Box   21
Al Milano, administrative assistant, 1967 September-1968 November
Box   21
Frank Millspaugh, Director of Books for Equal Education and community issues desk, 1963-1964
Box   21
Teddy O'Toole, Educational Affairs Vice President, 1967-1968
Box   21
Charles Palmer, President, 1964-1970
Box   21
Ernestine and Harriet Beal Potter, executive secretaries, 1961-1966
Box   21
Robert Powell, President, 1968-1969
Box   21
Edward Schwartz, National Affairs Vice President and President, 1966-1968
Box   22
Walt Senterfitt, community issues desk, 1965-1966
Box   22
Bill Shamblin, Executive Affairs Vice President, 1969
Box   22
Dennis Shaul, President, 1963
Box   22
Philip Sherburne, President, 1966
Box   22
Edward Stokes, Assistant for African affairs, 1968
Box   22
Kit St. John, 1967
Box   22
Gerald Sumida, Assistant Director of International Student Relations Seminar, 1965
Box   22
Floyd Turner, Campus Environmental Studies, 1967-1968
Box   22
Norman Uphoff, International Affairs Vice President, 1965-1966
Box   22
Bill Vesey, Liaison to Center for Educational Reform, 1969
Box   22
Rick Weidman, Vietnam coordinator, 1967-1968
Box   22
Michael Wood, Development Director, 1965-1966
Box   22
Dennis Yeager, Program Vice President, 1962-1963
Box   22
Rick Yoder, Tutorial Assistance Center, 1967
Box   22
Catherine Young, Tutorial Assistance Center, 1966
Offices/desks/projects
Box   22
Accounting department, 1959-1965
Box   22
African student affairs--Africa below the Sahara, 1965
Box   22
Drug studies, 1966-1968
Box   22
Program vice president west, 1959-1960
Box   22
Program vice president east, 1960
Box   22
Public relations, 1959-1966
Box   22
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1955-1969
Box   22
Southern Project, 1960-1965
Box   23
Southern Project (continued)
Box   23
Student Government Information Service, 1970-1971
General
Box   23
1966
Box   23
1965 March-1962 October
Box   23
1965 February-May
Box   23
1965 January-1964 November
Box   23
1963 November and September
Box   24
1962 February-January
Box   24
1961-1960
Box   25
1960 August-1959 January
Box   25
1959
Box   26
1958-1957
Box   26
1956 December-September
Box   27
1956 August-January
Box   27
1954 August-1953 September
Series: Correspondence
Scope and Content Note: This series is composed of school files, organization files, individual files and alumni files, each organized alphabetically. The largest file is the school files. School files, mainly 1947 to 1969, consist of national office correspondence with member colleges and universities. Although primarily correspondence, they also include some mailings, working papers, newsletters, minutes and pamphlets. Organization files, mainly 1951-1965, consist of correspondence with many American and international organizations, mainly student associations and educational advocacy groups. The alumni files include updates on activities of a few National Student Association alumni, as well as requests by the National Student Association for donations.
Colleges and Universities
Box   28
A-B
Box   29
B-C
Box   30
C-D
Box   31
D-F
Box   32
F-H
Box   33
H-L
Box   34
L-M
Box   35
M-O
Box   36
O-R
Box   37
R-S
Box   38
S
Box   39
S-U
Box   40
U
Box   41-42
U-W
Box   43
W-Z
Box   43
Foreign schools
Box   43
High schools
Organizations
Box   44
A
Box   45
A-D
Box   46
D-I
Box   47
I-M
Box   48
M-N
Box   49
N-S
Box   50
S-Z
Box   51-52
Individuals, miscellaneous
Box   52
Alumni
Series: Administrative Files
Scope and Content Note: This artificial series is a combination of several smaller sets of files. The general office files are probably those of the permanent office staff and administrators. The individual files are those of the annually-elected officers. Some of this material probably duplicates that in other series, since the officers often received copies of others' correspondence, reports, memos, et cetera. Although not comprehensive, they do include the officers' own notes and memoranda.
General office files
Box   53
1961-1963
Box   54
1963-1965, 1967-1968
Box   55
1967-1968
Individual officer files
Box   55
James Graham, Campus Affairs Vice President, 1968-1969
Box   55
Eugene Groves, president, 1966-1967
Box   56
Eugene Groves (continued)
Box   56
Jim Johnson, National Affairs Vice President, 1965-1966
Box   56
Dan McIntosh, Vice President International and Community Affairs, 1966-1967
Box   56
Robert Powell, President, 1968-1969
Box   57
Robert Powell (continued)
Box   57
Edward Schwartz, National Affairs Vice President, 1966-1967
Box   57
Bill Shamblin, Executive Affairs Vice President, 1968-1968
Box   57
Richard Stearns, International Affairs Vice President, 1966-1967
Box   58
Stearns (continued)
Campus International Administrator files
Box   58
General
Box   58
Miscellany
Box   59
Miscellany (continued)
Box   59
Regional correspondence
Box   60
Regional correspondence (continued)
Memoranda, office, staff, personnel files
Box   60
Communications
Box   60
Office
Box   60
Officers
Box   60
Staff
Box   61
Memoranda
Box   61
Personnel
Box   61
Group insurance
Box   62-63
Personnel files, alphabetical
Series: Financial Information
Scope and Content Note: This artificial series contains general financial reports for the entire organization and for various projects, as well as documentation of fundraising efforts, and communications with foundations. This series also contains information about National Student Association negotiations for a number of student services and cooperatives for its members. Many seemed never to have been widely implemented, if at all. Information is also included here about secret CIA funding of the National Student Association, and the ensuing problems which arose upon disclosure.
Box   64
Finances, general
Box   65
Finances, general (continued)
Box   65
Funds
Box   65
Fundraising
Box   65
Cooperatives/student services
Box   66
Cooperatives/student services (continued)
Box   66
Foundations
Box   67
Foundations (continued)
Box   67
National Student Association and the CIA
Regions and National Affairs
Scope and Content Note: Mainly communications about regional and campus activities from the campus and regional liaisons to the National Affairs Vice President.
Box   67
California-Nevada-Hawaii
Box   68
California-Nevada-Hawaii (continued)
Box   68
Carolinas-Virginia
Box   68
Great Southeast
Box   68
Great Southwest
Box   68
Illinois-Wisconsin
Box   69
Illinois-Wisconsin (continued)
Box   69
Iowa-Nebraska
Box   69
Metropolitan New York
Box   70
Metropolitan New York (continued)
Box   70
Michigan
Box   70
Minnesota-Dakotas
Box   71
Missouri-Kansas
Box   71
New England
Box   71
New Jersey
Box   71
New York State
Box   72
New York State (continued)
Box   72
Ohio-Indiana
Box   72
Pennsylvania-West Virginia
Box   72
Rocky Mountains
Box   72
Utah
Box   72
Campus liaison files
Series: International Affairs, Programs, and Commissions
Scope and Content Note: Regional files are arranged geographically and thereunder chronologically, 1946 to 1960. Mainly correspondence, clippings and reports on campus international programming from the international regional liaison to the International Affairs vice president. The Foreign Student Leadership Project (FSLP) brought American students into close contact with a group of representative foreign student leaders. The Foreign Student Leadership Project files consist mainly of three types--administrative correspondence with sponsoring colleges and universities; files for individual foreign students, including applications, arranged by country of origin, with personal background information as well as papers or speeches they may have written; files on the evaluation conferences and mid-winter meetings. The purpose of the International Student Relations Seminar was to intensively study student conditions and organizations worldwide, the role of the United States National Student Association, of the American student and campus; and to provide informed student leaders to assist in the United States Student Association international programming. The series consist mainly of student applications, background working papers compiled by the staff, and final student reports.
Administrative
Box   73
Blue Cross
Box   73
College correspondence
Box   73
Conference on foreign student affairs
Box   73
Correspondence
Box   74
Correspondence (continued)
Box   74
Information requests
Box   74
Itineraries
Box   74
Office
Box   74
Press releases
Box   74
Projects
Box   75
Projects (continued)
Box   75
Requests for scholarship aid and placement
Box   75
Telephone memos
Box   75
General information
Box   75
General
Box   76
Miscellany
Regions: International affairs
Box   76
California-Nevada-Hawaii
Box   77
Carolinas-Virginia
Box   77
Great Southeast
Box   77
Great Southwest
Box   77
Illinois-Wisconsin
Box   77
Iowa-Nebraska
Box   77
Metropolitan New York
Box   78
Metropolitan New York (continued)
Box   78
Michigan
Box   78
Minnesota-Dakotas
Box   78
Missouri-Kansas
Box   78
New England
Box   79
New England (continued)
Box   79
New Jersey
Box   79
New York State
Box   79
Ohio-Indiana
Box   80
Pennsylvania
Box   80
West Virginia
Box   80
Rocky Mountains
Box   80
Utah
Foreign Student Leadership Project
Box   80
General
Box   81
General (continued)
Conferences and evaluations
Box   81
1954-1959
Box   82
1960-1963
Sponsored by colleges and universities
Box   83
1956-1958
Box   84
1958-1966
Foreign students participating
Box   84
A
Box   85
B-K
Box   86
K-N
Box   87
O-T
Box   88
U-Z
Box   88
International Student Visitor Service
Box   88
Reverse Foreign Student Leadership Program
Box   88
Reverse Peace Corps
Box   88
Campus programs
Box   88
International Student Relations Seminar
Box   88
General
Box   89
General (continued)
Box   89
1953-1956
Box   90
1957-1961
Box   91
1961-1963
Box   92
1963-1965
Box   93
1965-1966
Box   94
1967
Box   94
Regional seminars
Box   94
1967 canceled seminar
International student delegations
Asia
Box   95
1966-1965
Box   96
1965-1963
Box   97
1963
Box   97
Latin America, 1961-1964
Box   97
Delegate reports
Scholarship programs
Box   98
Algeria, 1959-1965
Box   99
Algeria (continued)
Box   99
Angola, 1962-1963
Exchange programs
Box   99
Poland, 1959-1965
Box   100
Poland
Box   100
Soviet Union, 1957-1958, 1961-1964
Box   100
Yugoslavia, 1964
National Union of Students
Box   101
Africa below the Sahara
Box   102
North and Middle East Africa
Box   102
Asia
Box   102
Australia/New Zealand
Box   102
Canada
Box   102
Europe
Box   103
Europe (continued)
Box   103
Latin and South America
Box   103
Coordinating Secretariat
Series: Conferences, Workshops, and Seminars
Scope and Content Note: Brought together in this series are materials concerning conferences organized and/or sponsored by United States Student Association, as well as others attended by staff members. Some were held on an annual basis. Dating from 1947 to 1970, they are organized alphabetically by conference title.
Box   103
Arab seminar, 1965
Box   103
Asian Youth Festival, 1947-1948
Box   103
Bolivian University conference, 1966-1967
Box   103
Brussels management to discuss International Union of Students conference, 1947-1948
Box   103
Campus Judiciary Conference, 1966
Box   103
Carolinas conference, 1965
Box   103
China conference, 1967-1968
Box   103
College Group Leadership Conference, 1950
Box   103
Conferences, 1961-1962
Box   103
Congress of people for peace, 1952-1953
Box   104
Coordinators conference, 1957
Box   104
Defense of children, 1950-1951
Box   104
Defense rights of youth, 1951-1953
Box   104
East African Student Press workshop, 1965
Box   104
East Coast Regional Conference, 1961-1963
Box   104
Educational Reform Conference, 1966-1968
Box   104
Foreign Student Affairs Conference, 1953
Box   104
Foreign Students in the U.S. Conference, 1967
Human Relations Conference
Box   104
1948
Box   104
1958
Box   104
Institutional Racism Conference, 1968-1969
Box   104
International Conference of Arts Students, 1952-1953
Box   104
International Press Conference, 1952-1953
Box   104
International Relations Seminar, 1956
Box   104
International Student Conference, 1954-1968
Box   105
Latin America Conference, 1965-1966
Box   105
Leadership Training Conference, 1949-1954
Box   105
Legal Affairs Conference, 1958
Box   105
Legal Rights Conference, 1969
Box   105
National Affairs Seminar, 1960-1962
Box   105
National conferences, 1969
Box   105
National Conference on Aims of Education, 1961
Box   105
National Conference on Catholic Education, 1968
Box   105
National Conference on Exchange of Persons, 1960-1962
Box   105
National Conference on Student Stress, 1965
Box   105
National Intercollegiate Human Relations Workshop, 1959-1960
Box   105
National Service Corps conference, 1963
Box   105
National Youth Conference, 1966
Box   105
Penta-Regional conferences, 1959, 1961
Box   105
Sino-Soviet split seminar, 1964
Box   105
Sit-in Conference, 1960
Box   105
Southern Area Conferences, 1968-1970
Box   105
Southern Education Conference
Box   105
Southern Student Human Relations Seminar, 1958-1965
Box   106
Southern Student Human Relations Seminar (continued)
Box   106
Southern Student Leadership Seminar, 1961
Box   106
Student Editorial Affairs Conferences, 1959-1967
Box   106
Student Federal Aid to Education, 1963-1964
Box   106
Student and Poverty workshop, 1966
Box   106
Student Power Conference, 1962
Box   106
Turmoil on the College Campus seminar, 1969
Box   106
West coast seminar, 1965
Box   106
White racism seminar, 1968
Box   106
Winds of Change conference, 1964-1965
Box   106
World peace congress, 1948-1952
Box   106
Youth Services Abroad conference, 1961
Series: Projects, Campaigns, Programs, Centers, Desks, and Proposals
Scope and Content Note: Academic Freedom Project aimed to examine various problems in the area of student responsibilities and rights, using both theoretical examination and direct action. Types of materials include correspondence, general information, projects materials, and case histories. Student Course and Teacher Evaluation (SCATE) surveyed educational institutions' methods of course and teacher evaluation, probably for a publication. The original file order has been retained. The surveys are divided by published and many unpublished surveys, and arranged alphabetically thereunder by institution.
Academic Freedom Project
Box   106
General
Box   107
General (continued)
Box   107
Academic Freedom Weeks
Box   108
Academic Freedom Weeks (continued)
Box   108
Case histories
Box   108
Aims of Education, 1958, 1961-1963
Box   108
Civil rights movement/Black Student Movement
Box   109
Civil rights movement (continued)
Box   110
Drug Studies Center
Box   110
Center for Educational Reform
Box   111
Center for Educational Reform (continued)
Tutorial Assistance Center
Box   111
Background information
Box   112
Background information (continued)
Box   112
General
Box   113
Miscellany
Box   113
Campus-Community Organizer VISTA program
Box   113
VISTA
Box   114
VISTA (continued)
Box   114
National Youth Council
Box   115
National Youth Council (continued)
Box   115
Travel reports
Box   115
Survey information
Box   115
Surveys by state
Box   116
Surveys by state (continued)
Box   116
Migrant program proposal
Box   117
Migrant program proposal (continued)
Box   117
Institute for Tutorial Development
Box   118
Institute for Tutorial Development (continued)
Projects by state
Box   118
A-C
Box   119
C-I
Box   120
I -K
Box   121
K-M
Box   121
Community Action Curriculum
Box   122
Community Action Curriculum (continued)
Box   122
Eighteen-year-old vote campaign
Box   122
Ad Hoc Committee on Student Counseling, 1966
Box   122
Administrative Costs, 1961-1962
Box   122
American-Foreign Student Relations Project, 1962
Box   122
American student discount system, 1968
Box   122
Atomic Energy Project, 1947-1950
Box   123
Biafra project, 1968-1969
Box   123
Blue ribbon prospectus, 1963
Box   123
Campus Environmental Studies
Box   123
Campus Human Relations Consultant Project, 1963
Box   123
Campus International Responsibility Project, 1961-1962
Box   123
Campus Oriented Student Leadership Program, 1965
Box   123
Campus Sexuality Awareness Project proposal, 1967-1968
Box   123
Center for Student Life and Affairs
Box   123
Center for Study of African American History and Culture proposal
Box   123
Civil Rights Leadership Institute, 1963
Box   123
Community Involvement Project
Box   132
Commuter College Study prospectus, 1962
Box   123
Creative Education Project, 1965
Box   123
Crisis in American Foreign Policy, 1969
Box   123
Curricular Programs in Urban and Community Affairs proposal, 1966
Box   123
Due process, 1960, 1962-1963
Box   123
Educational Affairs, 1961
Box   123
Educational Awareness, 1964
Box   123
Educational Projects, Incorporated, 1950-1956
Box   123
Foreign Student Hospitality, 1958
Box   123
Foreign Student Participation in Conference on Foreign Student Affairs III, 1956
Box   123
Foreign Student Volunteer Service Program, 1966
Box   123
Freedom Christmas, 1965-1966
Box   123
Freshmen Development Program, 1968
Box   123
Greenway Mailing List, 1966
Box   123
Higher Education prospectuses, 1956-1958
Box   123
Institutional racism conference, 1969
Box   123
International Leadership Training Program, 1953
Box   123
Interns and Trainee Programs, 1966-1967
Box   123
Inter-University Student Project
Box   123
Joint Statement proposal, 1967
Box   123
Junior College, 1962
Box   123
Kettering Foundation, 1966
Box   123
Latin America proposal, 1967
Box   123
Law prospectus, 1956-1966
Box   123
Leadership development, 1956
Box   123
Legal aid conference, 1969
Box   123
Legal Rights, 1968-1969
Box   123
Mental health miscellaneous, 1965-1966
Box   123
Midwest Office prospectus
Box   123
Mid-Western Human Relations project, 1963
Box   123
Multi-media project, 1969
Box   123
National Association for Black Students, 1969
Box   124
National Inter-Collegiate Human Relations Workshop, 1961
Box   124
National Leadership Training, 1953
Box   124
National Purpose, 1960-1962
Box   124
National Student News
Box   124
National Student Newspaper for Blacks, 1968
Box   124
National Student Program against Racism proposal, 1968
Box   124
New Dimensions in college human relations
Box   124
New National Student Association project, 1955-1956
Box   124
Peace Corps proposal, 1966
Box   124
Pennsylvania Project, 1966-1970
Box   124
Political Affairs Institute, 1956
Box   124
Poor People's Corporation, 1966
Box   124
Program of Development/Improvement of College-Community Tutorials, 1962
Box   125
Project '76, 1967-1968
Box   125
Race prejudice project, 1963
Box   125
Racial tensions
Box   125
Racism and higher education, 1969
Box   125
Selma literacy project, 1963-1965
Box   125
Southern Africa scholarship program, 1965-1967
Box   125
Southern Project, 1960-1967
Box   125
Southern Student Human Relations Project, 1965
Box   125
Strategic Committee on Postsecondary Education, 1965-1966
Box   125
Stress proposal, 1968
Box   125
Student Exchange Project, 1952-1966
Box   125
Southern Student Exchange Program, 1962-1964
Box   125
Student Conference on Racism, 1968
Box   125
Student Economic Welfare, 1954
Box   125
Student Fitness, 1947
Box   125
Student Government Research and Information Program
Box   125
Student Leadership and Current Problems of Education, 1957
Box   125
Student Legal Rights Program, 1968
Box   125
Student Participation in Community Affairs, 1967
Box   125
Student Responsibility on College Campuses, 1954
Box   125
Student Responsibility Project, 1957-1959
Box   125
Student Services Desk prospectus, 1965
Box   125
Student values proposal
Box   125
Time-Out, 1965, 1968
Box   125
Tougaloo Project, 1961-1962
Box   125
University Press Service prospectus, 1959-1960
Box   125
WOP projects and materials, 1967-1968
Box   125
Welcome Project, 1962
Box   125
Western Student Movement prospectus, 1964
Box   125
Wilhelm Weinberg Library prospectus, 1958
Box   126
General prospectus, 1956-1969
Box   126
Stress project, 1960-1969
Box   127
Stress project, 1960-1969 (continued)
Box   127
Student Activities Research Study, 1954-1964
Box   127
Student Course and Teacher Evaluation, 1964-1969
Box   128
Student Course and Teacher Evaluation (continued)
Box   129
Student Project for International Responsibility
Box   130
Student Project for International Responsibility (continued)
Box   130
Suicide project, 1964-1971
Box   130
Vietnam desk, anti-war, Selective Service draft
Box   131-132
Vietnam desk
Box   132
Youth Services Abroad, 1960-1962
Box   133
Youth Services Abroad (continued)
Series: National Student Association Sponsored Competitions
Scope and Content Note: The Richard Welling Student Government Achievement Competition established in 1957 by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in conjunction with United States Student Association, presented awards for student self-government and human relations.
Box   133
Welling prize, 1964-1965
Box   134
Welling prize (continued)
Box   134
Student literary contests, 1962-1965
Box   134
International student film festivals, 1966-1968
Series: Educational Travel Inc. and USSA Travel Service
Note: Educational Travel Inc., later USSA Travel Service, was incorporated as a profit-making subsidiary of United States Student Association in 1948, to provide information, travel publications, low-cost student travel services and study tours. The files date from 1950 to about 1957.
Box   134
General
Box   134
Correspondence
Box   135
Correspondence (continued)
Box   135
Miscellany
Box   136
Miscellany (continued)
Series: Student Government Information Service
Note: Student Government Information Service served as a research and distribution center for information in many areas of student concerns. Informational materials were gathered from a variety of sources and copies distributed upon request to member schools.
Box   136
General information
Box   137
Student Government Information Service reports through 1966 August (SG 1)
Box   137
School reports on Congress (SG 10)
Box   137
Congress speeches (SG 10B)
Box   137
School reports (SG 11)
Box   137
Disaffiliation letters (SG 12)
Box   137
School reports against National Student Association (SG 12)
Box   137
United States National Student Association evaluation and descriptive statement (SG 13)
Box   137
The Werdell Report (SG 13A), 1965
Box   137
Organizations (SG 14)
Box   137
Student Committee to Accurate National Representation (SG 14A)
Box   137
Stop National Student Association organization (SG 14A)
Box   137
Stop National Student Association (SG 14B)
Box   137
Congressional Record (SG 14B), 1963
Box   137
College newspaper clippings (SG 14C)
Box   137
Young Americans for Freedom (SG 14D)
Box   137
National Student Association answers to attacks (SG 15)
Box   137
General public relations answers to attacks (SG 15A)
Box   137
Answers to attacks by Young Americans for Freedom (SG 15B)
Box   137
Student newspapers (SG 16)
Box   137
Organization reports (SG 17)
Box   137
Xavier University (SG 18)
Box   137
Job description (SG 18B), 1959
Box   137
Miscellaneous reports (SG 18E)
Box   137
National Student Association answers to attacks (SG 19)
Box   137
Twenty-first National Student Congress (SG 20)
Box   137
Josephine Schmidlap correspondence (SG 20B), 1967
Box   137
North Dakota convention (SG 21)
Box   137
Coordinator position (SG 22)
Box   137
University of Illinois memo (SG 24)
Box   137
College Press Service (SG 26)
Box   137
News releases (SG 28A)
Box   137
News clippings (SG 28B)
Box   137
Palmer statement on student unrest (SG 28C)
Box   137
Statements by Palmer and Senator S. (SG 28C)
Box   137
Impeachment of President Nixon (SG 28D)
Box   137
David Ifshin statement on Vietnam (SG 28F)
Box   137
Campus orientation (SG 30)
Box   137
Campus chest drives-general (SG 32F)
Box   137
Model (SG 37A)
Box   137
Specific constitution (SG 37B)
Box   137
Regional communications (SG 38)
Box   137
European plan (SG 39B)
Box   137
General funding proposals (SG 40)
Box   137
Regional programming (SG 41)
Box   137
Peace in the Middle East (SG 42)
Box   137
Student stress conference (SG 42B)
Box   137
Student services (SG 42D)
Box   137
Student editorial conference (SG 42E)
Box   137
Higher Education Conference (SG 42F)
Box   137
Educational Reform Conference (SG 42H)
Box   137
Peace in the Middle East (SG 42Q)
Box   137
SG 43I
Box   138
Miscellaneous conferences (SG 47)
Box   138
Student government and campus apathy (SG 48)
Box   138
Student opinion polls (SG 49G)
Box   138
Association of Student Governments (SG 51B)
Box   138
States of the Campuses, various universities (SG 53A)
Box   138
Student-faculty administration and role of students in policy formation (SG 54F)
Box   138
Students and drugs (SG 56A)
Box   138
The Werdell report (SG 57H)
Box   138
Class government structures (SG 57M)
Box   138
Approach to student government reform (SG 58A)
Box   138
University of Minnesota dormitory issues (SG 60)
Box   138
University of Michigan standards for students (SG 61)
Box   138
Women's curfews (SG 61B)
Box   138
Residence halls (SG 62-62B)
Box   138
Dorm regulations for men and women (SG 63)
Box   138
Carleton College open house (SG 63A)
Box   138
Rules relating to off campus residences (SG 63B)
Box   138
College judiciary systems (SG 64)
Box   138
Universities judiciary systems (SG 65)
Box   138
Constitution of student board of review (SG 65A)
Box   138
University codes of conduct (SG 65B-F)
Box   138
Universities and due process (SG 66-67)
Box   138
White House Conference on Youth (SG 67C)
Box   138
Association of International Rights clubs (SG 68)
Box   138
University honor codes (SG 69-74)
Box   138
United States Student Press Association (SG 76A)
Box   138
Survey of campus publications (SG 78)
Box   138
Yearbooks (SG 83)
Box   138
Rutgers University (SG 93)
Box   138
Higher education and society (SG 97)
Box   138
Intercollegiate conference on education (SG 101)
Box   139
Campus conferences on education (SG 102)
Box   139
Trinity College sophomore workshop (SG 102A)
Box   139
Articles on faculty senates and unions (SG 103)
Box   139
Student voices in policy making (SG 106)
Box   139
Senior class questionnaires (SG 108) 1964
Box   139
Course evaluations (SG 110-SG 112A)
Box   139
Sample questionnaires for course evaluation (SG 112C)
Box   139
Free university at University of North Carolina (SG 114F1)
Box   139
Free state exposition college (SG 114F2)
Box   139
Dartmouth Experimental College (SG 114F3)
Box   139
Free University of New York (SG 114F)
Box   139
Educational television (SG 118)
Honors program
Box   139
Bibliography (SG 126)
Box   139
Universities (SG 127A1)
Box   139
Graduation honor requirements (SG 129)
Box   139
Higher education in the south (SG 138)
Box   139
Business administration (SG 147A)
Box   139
Institutional administration (SG 163)
Box   139
Institutional analysis-general (SG 164)
Box   139
Accreditation (SG 164C)
Box   139
Institutional financial support (SG 165)
Box   139
Alumni associations (SG 168A)
Box   139
Grading systems (SG 174A-175A)
Box   139
Pre-exam study times (SG 176A)
Box   139
Dropouts (SG 178)
Box   139
Academic calendar issues (SG 179)
Box   139
Increasing enrollments (SG 180)
Box   139
Marlene Dixon case (SG 184A), 1969
Box   139
Campus ombudsman (SG 189A)
Box   139
Academic freedom (SG 198-201)
Box   140
Academic freedom (SG 202)
Box   140
University of California SLATE (SG 205), 1963
Box   140
Organized student protests (SG 205B-C)
Box   140
Student programs for discussion on academic freedom (SG 207)
Box   140
Factual information on Reserve Officers Training Corps (SG 220)
Box   140
Reserve Officer Training Corps (SG 221-222A)
Box   140
The draft/volunteer army (SG 223)
Box   140
Universities and the draft (SG 223A)
Box   140
National service (SG 223B)
Box   140
Student action on the draft (SG 223C)
Box   140
Chicago conference papers (SG 223E), 1966
Box   140
Lectures, seminars, symposia, and conferences of cultural affairs (SG 226)
Box   140
Programming general guides (SG 227)
Box   140
Planning and running fine arts festivals (SG 232)
Box   140
Movies on campus (SG 235)
Box   140
Student Government Information Services list of speaker sources (SG 244)
Box   140
Tips for guest speakers (SG 247)
Box   140
Campus debates (SG 250)
Box   140
College symposia (SG 251)
Box   140
University symposia (SG 252)
Box   141
Northwestern University symposium (SG 252A)
Box   141
University of Minnesota symposium (SG 252B)
Box   141
University of North Carolina symposium (SG 252C)
Box   141
University of Texas “Challenge” symposium (SG 252D)
Box   141
University of Utah “Challenge” symposium (SG 252E)
Box   141
University of California-Berkley course evaluations (SG 258)
Box   141
Institute policy-making boards for student activities/student life (SG 270)
Box   141
Inter-organizational councils (SG 272)
Box   141
Point systems (SG 273B)
Box   141
Women's curfews (SG 279)
Box   141
Men's Week, University of Colorado (SG 280), 1952
Box   141
Foreign Student Leadership Project (SG 281)
Box   141
Commuter versus residential students (SG 282)
Box   141
International Students Day (SG 285)
Box   141
Honorary organizations (SG 286)
Box   141
Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (SG 310)
Box   141
Resource material on tutorials (SG 311)
Box   141
Specific tutorial projects (SG 312)
Box   141
Northern student movement projects (SG 312A)
Box   141
Swap Project (SG 312B)
Box   141
University of California-Los Angeles project (SG 312C)
Box   141
University of California-Los Angeles “How to start a tutorial program” (SG 312D)
Box   141
Woodland project (SG 312E)
Box   141
Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee “Black Power” pamphlet (SG 327)
Box   141
Bibliography on international education (SG 335)
Box   141
Campus political awareness project (SG 339)
Box   141
State Peace Union Organization (SG 340C)
Box   141
McCarran Act debate (SG 341), 1950
Box   141
Young Republicans (SG 342A-B)
Box   141
Other national, state and political organizations (SG 343)
Box   141
Resource material on international affairs (SG 345, 345B)
Box   141
Political Background Project programming (SG 351)
Box   141
National Student Association campus start-up branches (SG 356)
Box   141
Discussion of religion and higher education (SG 366)
Box   141
Religion and public education (SG 367)
Box   141
Religion and public institutions of higher education (SG 367A-368)
Box   141
Church-related institutions of higher education (SG 369)
Box   141
Students' religious beliefs and practices (SG 370)
Box   141
Student religious organizations--regional, national, and international (SG 371)
Box   141
Chapel programs (SG 375)
Box   141
Chapel attendance policies (SG 375A)
Box   141
Religious lectures, discussions, and study programs (SG 377)
Box   141
Religious conferences and retreats (SG 378)
Box   141
Religious organizations' community involvement programs (SG 379)
Box   141
Student values at specific institutions (SG 380B)
Box   141
Students and sex (SG 380D)
Box   141
Developing student values (SG 382)
Box   141
Freshman orientation (SG 384-387)
Box   141
Retreats and campus programs for freshmen orientation (SG 388)
Box   141
Freshman orientation (SG 389-391)
Box   142
Freshman initiation rituals and hazing (SG 393-396)
Box   142
University of Chicago student guides (SG 399-400)
Box   142
Personality development of college students (SG 404)
Box   142
Mental health of college students (SG 405)
Box   142
Student counseling at Allegheny College (SG 407D)
Box   142
Tutoring of college students (SG 408)
Box   142
Student-to-student tutoring (SG 408A)
Box   142
University of Pennsylvania student tutor society (SG 408B)
Box   142
National training laboratories (SG 422)
Box   142
Campus environmental studies program (SG 423)
Box   142
Rocky Mountains stress conference (SG 423O)
Box   142
Student government and student welfare (SG 428)
Box   142
Cooperatives (SG 437, 439, 441)
Box   142
Parking programs for universities (SG 444B)
Box   142
Drug issues (SG 447E)
Box   142
Miscellaneous services (SG 460)
Series: Mailings, News Releases, Publicity
Scope and Content Note: The print shop files contain originals and paste-ups of jobs copied by the print shop for National Student Association mailings. Dating from 1946 to 1961, they are filed by print shop number, which is basically chronological.
Mailings, 1955-1960
Box   142
General mailings
Box   143
General (continued)
Box   143
Mailings to National Executive Committee
Box   144
Mailings to National Executive Committee (continued)
Box   144
Campus mailings
Box   144
Publicity
Box   144
Print shop files, 1968-1970
Box   145-146
Print shop files (continued)
Box   147
News releases
Oversize Folder  
Posters of National Student Association/United States National Student Association sponsored projects and activities
Oversize Folder  
The NSA News, first issue, 1974; Student International Activities Bulletin, Volume 1, Number 1-2, 1947, published for the National Continuations Committee by the Harvard Student Council
Series: Publications
Box   148-150
General publications
Box   151-152
Educational Travel Inc. publications
Box   152
Tutorial Assistance Center publications
Periodicals
Box   152
Accion Estudiantil en los Estados Unidos
Box   152
Alumni Newsletter
Box   152
American Student
Box   152
As Is
Box   152
Attraction Bulletin
Box   152
Civil Rights Bulletin/Newsletter
Box   152
College Law Bulletin
Box   152
Drug Law Bulletin
Box   152
Edcentric
Box   152
Essai
Box   152
FSLP Information Bulletin
Box   152
ITD [Institute for Tutorial Development]
Box   152
NSA Bi-Weekly/Insider
Box   152
NSA International Commission Bulletin
Box   152
NSA Magazine
Box   152
NSA Newscheck
Box   152
NSA SEAC [Student Editorial Affairs Conference] Newsletter
Box   152
NSA Traveler
Box   152
Student Government Bulletin
Box   152
Student Government Newsletter
Box   152
TAC [Tutorial Assistance Center] Biweekly
Box   152
TAC Bulletin
Box   152
TAC Tailorbird
Box   152
TAC-TIC
Box   152
Time Out...Students confronting the issues
Box   152
USNSA Campus Supplement
Box   152
USNSA Circular
Box   152
USNSA News
Box   152
USNSA Newsletter
Box   152
USNSA Secretarial Letter
Box   152
USNSA Reporter
Box   152
USNSA Student Leader
Series: Card Files
Note: Although the originating offices and purpose of these card files is not fully known, they are evidence of the number of countries, organizations and individual contacts of the student association. They may have been used for mailing purposes.
Box   153
Individual countries
Box   154
Individual countries (continued)
Box   154
Black students and organizations
Box   154
Organizations
Box   155
National Union of Students
Box   155
Regions
Box   155
General
Series: Unorganized Materials
Note: Although some folder titles are similar to other series, they do not seem to belong to those series files. They may be individuals' files, rather than the project or office files, although this is not clear.
Box   156
Correspondence regarding The Student
Box   156
Out correspondence, 1965
Box   156
In correspondence, 1965
Box   156
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1966
Box   156
Liaisons, 1960-1961
Box   156
Applications and vitas
Box   156
Legal correspondence
Box   156
University of California-Los Angeles Washington internship program
Box   156
Marketing
Box   156
Staff travel
Box   156
Birth control
Box   156
Personal Congress correspondence, 1967
Box   156
Michigan region Curriculum and Instruction project
Box   156
Film documentaries of National Student Association, 1968
Box   156
The building
Box   156
General public relations memoranda
Box   156
Anti-House Un-American Activities Committee
Box   156
Werdelliana
Box   156
Alliance for Campus Talent
Box   156
University Press Service materials
Box   156
University Press Service correspondence
Box   156
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill referendum, 1964
Box   156
Research and information sub-commissions
Box   156
Legislative activity administration, pre-1965
Box   156
Pamphlet materials
Box   156
SuCom-student union-GC and R
Box   156
People are Saying material
Box   156
People are Saying, 2nd Edition material
Box   156
Current file, 1965
Box   156
American Student circulation, 1965
Box   156
American Student materials
Box   156
National Student Association house organ
Box   156
Friends
Box   156
Correspondence on Thanksgiving Fast, 1965
Box   156
Vocational guidance sub-commission correspondence, 1949-1950
Box   156
Vocational guidance sub-commission reports
Box   156
Food for Freedom correspondence
Box   156
Food for Freedom reports
Box   156
Israeli cultural tour, 1961
Box   156
Student Government Vice-President
Box   156
Report of the University of Minnesota task force on student representation
Box   156
National action corps
Box   156
Association of Minnesota Colleges paper on student-faculty, 1958
Box   156
Campus scholarship inquiries
Box   156
American Personnel and Guidance Association
Box   156
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Box   156
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Box   156
Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West
Box   156
The Church Peace Union
Box   156
Collegiate Council for International Student Exchange
Box   156
Collegiate Council for the United States
Box   156
Committee on a Friends College, 1963
Box   156
Committee on Friendly Relations among Foreign Students
Box   156
Freedom of expression for foreign students
Box   156
Foreign student camp, 1961
Box   156
Foreign student delegates in the United States
Box   156
Foreign Students Service Council of Greater Washington
Box   156
Greater New York Council for Foreign Students
Box   156
Independent Research Service
Box   156
International House, New York City
Box   156
International programs
Box   156
International Student Visitors Service, 1963-1964
Box   156
Institute of International Relations
Box   156
Intercollegiate Council on Human Relations
Box   156
Interdependent Council
Box   156
International Association for the Exchange of Student for Technical Experience
Box   156
International Farm Youth Exchange
Box   156
Japan Society
Box   156
Michigan State Christmas Adventure in World Understanding, 1963
Box   156
United Nations
Box   156
American Friends Service Committee
Box   156
Young Christian Students
Box   156
Youth for Stevenson
Box   156
Youth Service Abroad
Box   156
American Committee on Africa
Box   156
American Council on Education, 1958-1961
Box   156
West coast office correspondence, 1960-1963
Box   156
American College Personnel Association panel, 1963
Box   156
United States Educational Foundation
Box   156
The Philadelphia Bulletin forum
Box   156
Students for a Democratic Society
Box   156
National Social Welfare Assembly
Box   156
The New World Foundation
Box   156
Pakistani Students Association of America
Box   156
Pax Romana
Box   156
Social Science Research Council
Box   156
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization)
Box   156
National Education Association conference
Box   156
Final reports
Box   156
Articles on student protests, 1966
Box   156
Woodlawn development
Box   156
Campus visits
Box   156
Leadership Resources, Incorporated
Box   156
Scholarships for Southern Africans, 1966
Box   156
American Personnel and Guidance Association
Africa desk
Box   156
Applicants, 1967
Box   156
Job applications, 1967-1968
Box   156
General requests for information
Box   156
Africa
Box   156
Helsinki conference, 1967
Box   156
Leadership development, 1955-1956
Box   156
“Social relevancy and the university,” incomplete paper by UCLA Black Student Union
Box   156
New England region Indonesia-Malaysia project, 1965
Box   156
Crisis central
Box   156
Organized student protest
Box   157
Congress experimental college
Box   157
Questionnaire on college life and the National Student Association
Box   157
National Student Association neighborhood colleges
Box   157
Foreign student program
Box   157
American heritage
Box   157
Community involvement
Box   157
Typing done for others
Box   157
Negro College and National Student Association Congress
Box   157
Development
Box   157
Education--general
Box   157
Education legislation
Box   157
Oklahoma Christian College
Box   157
Student involvement
Box   157
Cultural affairs
Box   157
Association of American Colleges
Box   157
Association for Higher Education
Box   157
American Council on Education
Box   157
Student community involvement project, New Jersey
Box   157
Educational innovation conference
Box   157
Educational development
Box   157
Weekly mailing, 1967
Box   157
Mailings to the campus and other related memoranda-Werdell, 1966-1967
Box   157
Werdell report, 1965
Box   157
Phil Werdell
Box   157
Reading file
Box   157
To do
Box   157
Women and higher education
Box   157
Student Body Presidents and National Student Association Coordinators
Box   157
National Student Association colleges, 1967
Box   157
North Africa and the Middle East syllabus and readings
Box   157
South Africa papers
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Box   157
Minnesota Student Association
Box   157
Seminarians for Ministerial Renewal
Box   157
Memoranda out
Box   157
Paul Hollander, “Walk for Development”
Box   157
Youth Franchise Coalition, 1969
Box   157
Consultants, 1968
Box   157
Summer employment
Box   157
Asia library resources, ideas, 1966
Box   157
Draft counseling services, 1961-1968
Box   157
International reading list
Box   157
Survey of class attendance programs, 1962
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   157
Transition, Incorporated
Box   157
Education staff travel
Box   157
Liaison tidbits
Box   157
Mandates
Box   157
International campus programming, 1967
Box   157
Educational commission
Box   157
Memos and papers on Civil Rights, 1967
Box   157
National Student Congress material
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Box   158
National Student Association legislation
Box   158
President's Council on Youth Opportunity
Box   158
Region committee
Campus Affairs vice president correspondence, 1969-1970
Box   158
Out
Box   158
In
Box   158
Correspondence not sent
Box   158
Labor and student organizations
Box   158
United States Student Press Association (USSPA)
Box   158
Re-Con Systems Corporation, 1969
Box   158
Americans for Democratic Action
Box   158
Strother Public Schools, Seminole, Oklahoma
Box   158
National Association of Black Students, 1969
Box   158
Texas situation, 1956
Box   158
Clippings from college papers regarding re-affiliation, 1965-1966
Box   158
Press clippings, 1965 August-December
Box   158
Comments on National Student Association, 1960
Box   158
Phil Werdell report and miscellaneous, 1967
Box   158
Associated Student Government USA
Box   158
Pro-National Student Association, 1965
Box   158
Miscellaneous budget files, 1965-1966
Box   158
Regional offices correspondence and memos, 1967
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Box   158
Regional officers member lists
Box   158
Memo from Michael Wood about National Student Association development, 1965
Box   158
Reserve Officer Training Corps
Box   158
Food for Thought flyer
Box   158
Junior colleges proposal, 1968
Box   158
Arms Control and Disarmament Council
Box   158
Vietnam War protests
Box   158
Newspaper clippings, Vietnam, 1969
Box   158
Universities and the quest for peace
Box   158
Model organization of American states
Box   158
Possible conferences, 1966
Box   158
Latin America studies program
Box   158
Peace Corps
Box   158
Latin America assistant job description
Box   158
Church Center of the United Nations-National Student Association conference on Latin America, 1966
Box   158
Programming for Latin American students
Box   158
TISA conference, Inter-American Relations
Box   158
Student government individual university, 1964-1965
Box   158
Minnesota exchange program
Box   158
“The growth and penetration of Christian democracy in Chile,” by James Posner, 1965
Box   158
Individual education requests, 1967
Box   158
Dominican Republic
Box   158
Educational affairs
Box   158
Cultural affairs, Phil Werdell
Box   158
Education
Box   158
Aid to the deaf
Box   158
Legislative papers
Box   158
Mandate, 1964
Box   158
To be filed
Box   158
United States National Student Association and National Student Association conference papers, 1960
Box   158
Program digest
Box   158
Good programs
Box   158
Congress material
Box   159
School visits
Box   159
Correspondence and memoranda
Box   159
National Affairs vice president
Box   159
Phil Sherburne writings and correspondence, 1964
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   159
Student Body Presidents Conference (SBPC), 1965
Box   159
Littig's “Tickler,” 1963 December
Box   159
Seminars in the United States
Box   159
“Las relaciones entre la USNSA y la union international de estudiantes,” by Peter Jones
Box   159
Canadian Union of Students Latin America seminar
Box   159
Polback materials, The Latin America Left
Box   159
Promotion of Congress
Box   159
United States Student Press Association educational program
Box   159
Ivy League Student Body Presidents' Conference
Box   159
Individual education requests, 1966-1967
Box   159
National press
Box   159
National Student Association pro-Greek material, 1955, 1957, 1965
Box   159
National Student Association anti-Greek material, 1965
Box   159
Survey of National Student Association member sentiment
Box   159
Mimeo press release sheets
Box   159
Critics on the left
Box   159
Student press
Box   159
Dollars and cents National Student Association
Box   159
Non-member letters
Box   159
Drop out lists, 1948, 1960-1965
Box   159
Communist material being sent to student governments
Box   159
Quotations and reprints
Box   159
Curriculum reform, 1968
Box   159
Crisis in American foreign policy, correspondence, 1968
Box   159
Letter to the candidates, international, 1968
Box   159
Chase Manhattan Bank--David Rockefeller, 1968
Box   159
Conferences
Box   159
9th World Festival of Youth and Students, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1968
Box   159
General campus correspondence, 1967
Box   159
Mademoiselle, 1967-1968
Box   159
Draft and the university
Box   159
International student visitors to United States National Student Association
Box   159
Berkeley general correspondence, 1967-1968
Box   159
Metropolitan New York regions, 1967-1968
Box   159
Minnesota-Dakotas region
Box   159
South central
Box   159
Vietnam proposal
Box   159
Correspondence needing action, 1968
Box   159
Hold for Scott Anderson
Box   159
International education general correspondence
Box   159
Hope-Holland-Hamlet project
Box   159
Brochures campus international programming
Box   159
Crisis in American foreign policy containment in Asia
Box   159
Community Action Curriculum
Box   159
William Grey Insurance Company, 1961-1962
Box   159
Student insurance
Box   159
Mutual of Omaha insurance
Box   159
U.S. Department of State
Box   159
Latin America foundations, 1966-1967
Box   159
Latin America foundations and organizations, 1965-1966
Box   159
Miscellaneous prospectuses, non-Latin America
Box   159
Latin America regional programming
Box   159
U.S. Student Press Association materials on university reform
Box   159
Spain exchange, 1967
Box   159
Model letters in Spanish and Portuguese
Box   159
Cornell Latin America Year, 1965-1966
Box   159
Biographical data--visiting delegates
Box   159
Bibliography on Latin America
Box   159
Arab-Israeli conference
Box   159
Campus programming, 1965-1966
Box   159
Travel plans and problems
Box   159
Manhattanville College teach-in
Box   159
Project Panorama Latin America
Box   159
Seminar on Educational Reform Latin America
Box   159
Asian trip, 1966 December-1967 January
Box   519
East African press seminar evaluation, 1965
Box   159
Books for Asian students, 1966-1967
Box   159
National Student Association and National Association for Foreign Student Advisors New York state joint regional office
Box   159
Common Organization of Africa and the Malagasy Republic (OCAM) initiative, 1966 May-June
Box   159
Vietnamese domestic politics, issues of current world affairs
Box   159
Incomplete work, 1968
Box   159
Backlash against the National Student Association, 1969
Box   159
Bill Shamblin itinerary, 1969
Box   159
Staff itinerary, 1968
Box   159
University of Maryland
Box   159
University of Maryland shuttle bus
Box   159
Mason-Dixon region
Box   159
Racism information
Box   160
National Student Association white racism project, 1969
Box   160
Student Conference on Racism research reports
Box   160
What after Student Conference on Racism?
Box   160
Student Conference on Racism, 1968
Box   160
Racism staff mailings, 1969
Physical Description: 4 folders 
Box   160
Vector analysis (PAR)
Box   160
Racism articles, 1969
Box   160
University of Maryland Campus Coalition Against Racism
Box   160
David Steinberg's report on racism
Box   160
Stanford Research Institute (SRI) protests at Stanford University, 1969
Box   160
Black commission
Box   160
White racism
Box   160
Liberalism at Harvard articles, 1969
Box   160
Food for Thought
Box   160
National Union of South African Students seminar, 1967
Box   160
Teddy O'Toole correspondence, 1967
Box   160
Campus visit reports, 1966
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   160
National Student Association advertising
Al Milano, 1963, 1966-1968
Box   160
Writings
Box   160
Personal notes and correspondence
Box   160
Miscellaneous
Box   160
Educational Problems, 1948-1949
Box   160
National Supervisory Board
Box   160
Program vice-president travel
Box   160
Student values prospectus and comments, 1962
Box   160
International groups
Box   160
Contact with William Douglas regarding South Korea, 1964
Box   160
Campus programs
Box   160
Operation Abolition movie by the House Un-American Activities Committee
Box   160
House Un-American Activities Committee study
Box   160
Amendments to the Resolution to End the War in Indochina
Box   160
Seminar on international student affairs, 1966
Box   160
Theobald Anderson interview with the Campus Dialog, 1966
Box   160
Correspondence regarding Community and Junior College Assistance Center, 1970-1971
Box   160
Donald Shall, vice president material
Box   160
Development needs
Box   160
Program vice president
Box   160
International background, 1960-1963
Box   160
Miscellaneous letters, 1962-1963
Box   160
East Coast Program vice president (Yeager), 1962-1963
Box   160
West Coast Program vice president (Brockbank), 1962-1963
Box   160
Correspondence with Jack David, Student Government vice president, 1963
Box   160
Correspondence with Vance Opperman, Student Government vice president, 1964
Box   160
International commissions, 1963-1964
Box   161
People to People, 1962-1963
Box   161
General correspondence, 1964-1965
Box   161
Correspondence with staff, 1964-1965
Box   161
Public relations
Box   161
Education Affairs Commission, 1954
Box   161
International Affairs
Box   161
Student Affairs Commission
Box   161
Student Government Commission
Box   161
Office integration, 1958
Box   161
Revision of staff structure
Box   161
Affiliations and disaffiliations
Box   161
Correspondence with East Coast Program vice presidents, 1961-1962
Program Vice President East Coast
Box   161
Itineraries
Box   161
General reports
Box   161
Visitation forms
Box   161
Membership memoranda, 1964-1965
Box   161
United States National Student Association membership, southern white schools
Box   161
Mississippi food drive
Box   161
Riverside National Affairs vice president, speech ban
Box   161
National Student Association press correspondence about J.T. Harris speeches, interviews, meetings
Box   161
George Hazelrigg correspondence, 1961-1962
Box   161
Faculty recruitment proposals (undergraduates)
Box   161
Speeches and extra-organizational publications of staff
Box   161
Rogers meetings, speeches, interviews
Box   161
Schwartz meetings, speeches, interviews
Box   161
Student government
Box   161
Leadership
Box   161
Little United Nations assembly, 1959-1962
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   161
Informational articles of special interest
Box   161
National Student Association general reports and evaluations
Box   161
Puerto Rican report, 1948-1950
Box   161
Honor system
Box   161
Organizational representatives
Box   161
Resource personnel
Box   161
Correspondence regarding other national unions of students, 1954-1956
Box   161
“Manual of instructions to interviews survey for USNSA,” by Raymond Rich and Thomas Devine
Box   161
National Student Association and conservative student groups, 1954
Box   161
New York City College tuition
Box   161
Student National Affairs Seminar/Civic and Community Responsibility project
Box   161
Radio and television--campus
Box   161
College broadcasting affiliates
Box   161
Boston Public Schools correspondence
Box   161
Radio work, WRUL
Box   161
Radio
Box   161
Continental radio features
Box   161
Listener scheme
Box   161
Teacher education
Box   161
Thanksgiving peace demonstration, 1961
Box   161
Food for Freedom, 1963-1964
Box   161
Thanksgiving Fast for Freedom, 1964-1965
Box   161
Donation thank-you letters, Thanksgiving, 1965
Box   161
Fast for Freedom, 1966
Box   161
World Youth Festival, Vienna, Austria, 1958-1959
Box   161
Tutorials
Box   161
Work study and tutorial community issues
Box   161
Correspondence on cultural program
Box   161
Cultural affairs
Box   161
Cultural exchange
Box   161
Student Bill of Rights (historical)
Box   161
Kerr directives, University of California, 1961-1962
Box   161
Regional liaison
Box   161
People Active in Community Effort (PACE)
Box   161
“International Student Relations and Student Exchange,” by Clive Grey
Box   161
McCarran Act correspondence, 1963
Box   161
Hayden pamphlet draft and Freedom Riders press clippings, 1962
Box   162
Report on National Student Association history, 1947-1968, incomplete
Box   162
International Affairs vice president report
Box   162
Report of informational trip to Europe, 1969
Box   162
Student government leadership international project, 1960
Box   162
House Un-American Activities Committee
Box   162
Tougaloo exchange reports
Box   162
Eighth Annual International Student Conference, 1957
Box   162
Film
Box   162
Public relations materials
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   162
Press releases, 1957
Box   162
USNSA News materials, 1955
Box   162
Correspondence, 1969-1970
Box   162
NSA Bi-Weekly materials
Box   162
Telegrams and cables, 1957-1958
Box   162
Miscellaneous, 1948-1949, 1951-1952
Box   162
Velde incident, 1950-1951
Box   162
Project India, Pakistan, Ceylon, 1955-1957
Box   162
The print shop
Box   162
Student film festivals
Box   162
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School Districts, 1968, United States National Student Association amicus curiae
Box   162
“Education of Youth in the National Interest,” by Jane Feder
Box   162
Books for Equal Education
Box   162
New Jersey branch Southwest Citizens Organization for Poverty Elimination (SCOPE)
Box   162
Handwritten notes by Therese Mangold
Box   162
Reports and articles on education and student radicalism
Box   162
Notes and drafts, undated
Box   162
Articles and prospectuses, 1959
Box   162
Student organizations mailings
Box   162
National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, 1966
Box   162
Community Action Curriculum Project, 1967
Box   162
Fall supervisory board meeting agenda
Box   162
Free and non-traditional colleges
Box   162
Black Power movement, 1969
Box   162
Training institute
Box   162
Internships and work in the South
Box   162
Big Ten Student Body Presidents' Council (BTSBPC)
Box   162
National Student Association involvement in local and world issues
Box   162
National Committee on the Education of Migrant Children
Box   162
Model United Nations handbook
Box   162
Grant monies, 1967
Box   162
Tim Bradbury monthly report, 1967 January
Box   162
Handwritten meeting notes
Box   162
Student power, 1967-1969
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   162
Foreign policy papers and articles, 1963, 1968-1969
Box   162
“Some Thoughts on University Disciplinary Proceedings,” by Ira Michael Heyman
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   162
Untitled article about the National Student Society
Correspondence
Box   162
1959
Box   162
1969
Box   162
The CCO Sporadic
Box   162
International correspondence, 1962-1963
Box   162
Correspondence and meeting itineraries, 1967
Box   162
Black Power writings
Box   162
Handwritten article notes
Box   162
National Union of South African Students (NUSAS)
Box   162
Association reform
Box   162
Continuing education programs
Box   162
University rules regarding guest speakers
Box   162
Region visitation reports, 1967
Box   162
Prospectuses on American foreign policy
Box   162
National Student Association mailings, 1951
Box   162
Seminar-subcommittee IV-B
Box   162
Articles on student life, 1969
Box   162
Conference reports
Box   162
International student movement
Correspondence
Box   163
Press releases, 1959-1961, 1967-1968
Box   163
General, 1958-1961, 1963-1967
Physical Description: 12 folders 
Box   163
James Johnson, 1965-1966
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   163
Eugene Groves, 1967
Box   163
Edward Schwartz and Richard Stearns, 1966-1967
Box   163
Stephen Sunderland, 1966
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   163
Other countries' student associations, 1968
Box   163
Press clippings and correspondence, 1967
Box   163
Braden and Wilkinson case, 1961
Box   163
Bacon and McIntosh case, 1960
Box   163
Office of Education correspondence, 1947-1962
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1960
Box   163
United States National Student Association statements
Box   163
Operation Abolition
Box   163
Cons
Box   163
Pros
Box   163
President of the United States
Box   163
General correspondence, 1961-1963
Box   163
Independent Research Service, 1962-1963
Box   163
President's study group on national service program
Box   163
Office of Education reports, speeches
Box   163
Harper's Magazine correspondence, 1963-1965
Box   163
United States Information Agency
Box   163
Vice president of the United States
Box   163
Federal aid to education
Box   163
Department of the Army
Box   163
United States Department of Agriculture
Box   163
Correspondence, 1968
Box   164
Congressional correspondence, 1964
Box   164
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1959, 1960-1962
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   164
Correspondence, 1948
Box   164
National Student Association history
Box   164
Press clippings, 1947-1949
Box   164
National Conference on Legal Rights and Problems of Students, 1969
Box   164
Chartered flights for international tours, 1966
Box   164
Student protests, 1969
Box   164
Department of Defense
Box   164
State Dept. correspondence, 1966
Box   164
State Attorneys General, 1966
Box   164
Campus unrest analysis report, 1968
Box   164
“Student unrest at Tuskegee Institute, a Chronology,” by Chester Higgins Jr., 1968
Box   164
United States National Student Travel Association
Box   164
Youth fares on airlines, 1969
Box   164
Travel brochures
Box   164
National Student Association Winter Conference, 1960
Box   164
Educational Tours Inc. tour, 1963
Box   164
Legal papers and correspondence, 1966
Box   164
Pass-fail general
Reserve Officers Training Corps
Box   164
Army, 1969
Box   164
Controversy and military ties
Box   164
Marquette, 1969
Box   164
“The Case for Voluntary ROTC,” by a Special Study Group of the Student Government Emergency Commission to Effect Voluntary ROTC, 1969
Box   164
Voluntary approach--Central Missouri State College
Box   164
Case against Reserve Officers Training Corp at Northern Illinois University
Box   164
Association of American Colleges, reports of study groups on grades, 1969
Box   164
American Council on Education
Box   164
Grant application, 1967
Box   164
Title IX, 1975
Box   164
Health Education and Welfare briefing, 1962
Box   164
Speaker suggestions
Box   164
Northeast area
Box   164
National Defense Education Act
Box   164
Student Course and Teacher Evaluation (SCATE)
Box   164
International Student Affairs Club
Box   164
International Student Unions addresses
Box   164
Association of Student Governments
Box   164
Student legal rights background
United States Student Press Association
Box   164
Financial material, 1967
Box   164
General, 1967
Box   164
Associated Student Governments
Box   164
Miscellaneous staff
Box   164
Payroll
Box   164
A financial program for National Student Association
Box   164
Virginia Association of Student Governments
Box   164
Special Committee on Campus Tensions
Box   164
Urban Coalition Conference Higher Education Planning
Box   164
Clinton Deveaux correspondence, 1969
Box   164
Correspondence, 1969-1970
Box   164
Form letters
Box   164
Midwest area
Box   164
National Supervisory Board meeting minutes, 1970
Box   165
David Ifshin personal correspondence, 1970
Box   165
Statement to Oklahoma Daily on National Student Association Congress, 1969
Box   165
United States National Student Association press releases, 1969
Box   165
Grant proposals, 1967
Box   165
Statement to President's Committee on All-Volunteer Armed Forces
Box   165
Children and youth
Box   165
National Defense Education Act, United States National Student Association testimonies, 1959
Box   165
Oklahoma donation, 1969
Box   165
Oregon correspondence, 1969
Box   165
Drug studies and articles, 1968-1970
Box   165
Massachusetts Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Board reports, 1964-1969
Series: Photographs
Box   166
Unidentified individuals
Box   166
Continuations committee, 1946
Box   166
Constitutional convention, 1947
Box   166
National Student Congresses, 1948-1965
Box   166
Group photos, miscellaneous
Box   166
German seminar
Box   166
United States National Student Association office
Box   166
United States National Student Association art exhibits
Box   166
Student responsibility project, 1957-1959
Box   166
Legislative activity bus trip to Washington, 1960 Spring
Box   166
Moscow Youth Festival
Box   166
Student Activities Research Study evaluation conference
Box   166
National Student Conference on the Sit-in Movement, 1960
Box   166
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Conference on Discrimination
Box   166
Elections and mock conventions
Box   166
United States National Student Association purchase card system
Box   166
National Intercollegiate Human Relations Workshop, University of Illinois, 1959
Box   166
National Executive Committee, 1950
Box   166
National Executive Committee meeting and blood drive, 1952
Box   166
Overseas Press Club student editors' conferences, 1959-1960
Box   166
Regional programs and activities
Box   166
Americans abroad and student travel
Box   166
Foreign student groups
Box   166
International Student Conference
Box   166
Group pictures of old officers
Box   166
National Student Association photos, 1958-1959, 1959-1960
Box   166
Regional International Student Relations Seminars
Box   166
Unidentified
Box   166
Model United Nations
Box   166
Foreign students
Box   166
All Star Jazz Group
Box   166
Civil rights benefit concert, 1962
Box   166
International Student Relations Seminar, 1965
Box   166
East African airlift, 1960
Box   166
General, 1963-1964
Box   166
Publicity for Foreign Student Leadership Project
Box   166
NSA national publicity
Box   166
Mason-Dixon region
Box   166
Unidentified
Box   166
Clarissa Gilbert, 1975-1976
Box   166
Unidentified group at table, possibly officers
Audio 1562A
Series: Audio Recordings
Physical Description: 7-inch reels 
Sound Archive  
Debate between L.N. Palar, Ambassador of Indonesia to the United States and R. Ramani, Ambassador of Malaysia to the United Nations, during the New England Regional United States Student Association Asian Conference, 1965
Physical Description: 3 reels 
Sound Archive  
Steve Robbins, United States Student Association president, speaking on student affairs in Indonesia and Malaysia
Sound Archive  
Dr. Amry Vadenbosh, University of Kentucky, speaking at banquet
Physical Description: 2 reels 
Sound Archive  
Sergeant Shriver speaking at College Editors Conference, 1962
Note: First part of tape blank, only last half of the speech picked up.
Sound Archive  
Peace Corps film; Hubert Humphrey; and National Conference on Youth Service Abroad, Part II, 1961
Sound Archive  
Bernard Fall speaking at the 19th National Student Congress, University of Illinois, 1966
Series: Films
Physical Description: 16 mm 
Film Archive  
“Head of State,” group of men with a man holding a Biafran passport, possibly a visit to Africa connected to the Biafran aid project, circa 1970
Physical Description: Black and white negative film 
Film Archive  
Untitled, segments of women meeting, training others and working and playing with small groups of young children. Some children appear to be Native American. Possibly illustrates some project of the Tutorial Assistant Center, circa late 1960s to early 1970s