Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Notice of a teach-in by the History Department in which the department would be available to hold discussions on various topics on the west terrace of the Mary Reed Library. The sessions are scheduled from 9 am to 3:30 pm and cover topics from revolutions to minorities to Southeast Asia.
Overview Flier announcing a Sherry Hour at Professor Livingston's house located at 2933 S. Columbine on Friday May 15 from 3-5 pm.
Overview Notice of a History Department Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, 4:00 P.M. in GCB 117.
Overview List of the survey by the Department of History showing which departments and schools received copies.
Overview Memo to members of the History Department from Bob Roeder giving them a contingent resolution to look over and approve.
Overview Memo to students of Tudor and Stuart Britain from Allen D. Breck saying he has to attend meetings of the Faculty Senate and Executive Committee and that is why he is missing class. He says he will complete the work necessary and they will receive credit.
Memo to University Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants from Professor Michael McGiffert, 1970 May 26
Overview Memo to University Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants from Professor Michael McGiffert (History) on the subject of DU, May 1970, A Survey of the Immediate Educational After-Effects.
Overview Memorandum from M. McGiffert stating that if a survey does not have a name on it, it is probably from a graduate teaching assistant.
Overview Memorandum to faculty of the History Department from Chairman Allen D. Breck on the subject of recapitulation of May days 1970. Breck says that a number of faculty have expressed interest in writing a history of the events of Woodstock and gives a general outline.
Overview Memorandum to Michael McGiffert from J. Horn on the subject of effects of Woodstock West giving his response to the questionnaire.