Guide to the Records of the president of the University of California: Special problem folders, 1899-1958

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Guide to the Records of the President of the University of California: Special problem folders, 1899-1958

Collection number: CU-5, Series 4

University Archives, The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

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  • The Bancroft Library
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  • Berkeley, California, 94720-6000
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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Records of the President of the University of California: Special problem folders,
Date (inclusive): 1899-1958
Collection Number: CU-5, Series 4
Creator: University of California (System). Office of the President
Extent: Number of containers: 42 boxes
Repository: University Archives,The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Records of the president of the University of California: Special problem folders, CU-5, Series 4, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Scope and Content

At various times during the presidency of Robert Gordon Sproul (1930-1958), the administration had occasion to reexamine topics related to the administration of the University, during which process documents were pulled from the regular (or routine) files and assembled into these folders. These were to provide historical and then ongoing documentation of policy issues of particular importance. While they do not necessarily include all material relevant to the particular topic at hand, presumably the selection represents what were considered to be the most important items documenting past action and current thinking on these topics.
Series 4 of the records of the Office of the President consists of these assembled papers, designated "Special Problem" folders. They are similar to the folders in Series 3, but filed in an alphabetical arrangement rather than in a numerical arrangement by code number; like those in Series 3, they are sometimes referred to simply as 'bound folders.
There is no documentation as to when any particular folder was formed or closed; some files contain materials going back to the 1920s and 1930s and going up to the end of the Sproul administration in June 1958. When an item was removed from a file for inclusion here, a reference was made on goldenrod paper indicating what was removed and what special problem folder it was moved to. However, since neither the title nor indeed the existence of a folder on any particular topic is predictable, it is often only by consulting a routine file that one can learn of the existence of a special problems folder.

Container List

 

A-G

 

ACADEMIC SENATE, REORGANIZATION OF

box 1, folder 1

Part I: 1930-1950, inclusive

folder 2

Part II: 1951-1952

folder 3

Part III: Membership of Santa Barbara, 1944

 

ACADEMIC SENATE, SECRETARYSHIP OF:

folder 4

Part I Duties and secretaryship

folder 5

Part II: Space and budget, 1950-1955

folder 6

Part III: Replacement of Steel while on war leave

folder 7

ACADEMIC SENATE, Southern Section: Executive Office

 

ACTH:

folder 8

Part I: Institute of Experimental Biology

folder 8

Part II: General problems, 1949-1951

folder 9

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, BERKELEY, Space problems including plans for annex and space for Statewide Administration, 1947-1957 (See also BF #III of Regents Action)

folder 10

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, STATEWIDE, 1952, Location of

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION:

folder 11

Part I: Duties of Vice-Presidents and Provosts

 

Part II:

folder 12

A. Duties of deans

folder 13

B. Routing of appointment, promotion, etc. Forms and delegation of authority to Deans, Directors, etc.

folder --

C. Appendix to budgeting and accounting. (NIF 6/96)

folder 14

Part III: Deanship of Graduate Division including successor to Dennes, 1942-1957

folder 15

Part IV: Duties of department chairmen.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE REORGANIZATION:

folder 16

Part I: 1935-1949

folder 17

Part II: 1950-1951

folder 18

Part III: Blue Shield proposal, 1943-1945

 

Part IV: See CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATION ETC.

folder 19

Part V: Vice-President & Chancellor, UCLA, 1950

folder 20

Part VI: Vice-President & Chancellor, UCLA, 1951 (See also Clark, Mark)

folder 21

Part VII: Vice-President & Chancellor Berkeley, 1951-1952 (See also Kerr, Clark)

folder 22

Part VIII: Vice-President & Provost: Agricultural Sciences, Davis

 

Part IX: Vice-President, Medical & Health Sciences:

folder 23

A. Functions, 1938-1957

folder 24

B. Candidates considered, 1941-1955

folder 25

C. Appointment of Richard J. Stull, 1950-1955

folder 26

Part X: Provost, San Francisco, 1937-1957

box 2, folder 1

Part XI: Vice-President of the University, 1925, 1930, 1937, 1946, 1948-1956

folder 2

Part XII: Change in standing orders affecting duties of Chancellor and relationship with Vice-President Business Affairs, 1951-1953 (For correspondence, see BF #54-Berkeley: Chancellor's relations with VP-BA)

folder 3

Part XIII: Simplification of administrative procedures and proposed change in Standing Orders, 1952-1958

folder 4

Part XIV: Academic Senate study, 1929, 1932, 1936, 1937, 1939, and 1941-1946

folder 5

ADMISSIONS: PROBLEMS, 1930-1952

folder 6

ADMISSIONS OFFICE AND RELATIONS WITH SCHOOLS

folder 7

ADULT EDUCATION, 1943-1957

folder 8

AFFILIATIONS COMMITTEE, 1923, 1930, 1932, 1935

 

AFRICAN EXPEDITION OF U.C.

folder 9

Part I: Gen. John U. Calkins: letters and articles

folder 10

Part II: Paleontology, 1946-1947

folder 11

Part III: Publication 1948

folder 12

Part IV: 1947-1948

folder 13

Part V: Regents research agreements African Expedition

folder 14

Part VI: 1949

box 3, folder 1

Part VII: Regents agreement- Obler, Arch. and wife- East African Expedition

folder 2

Part VIII: Obler phase

folder 3

Part IX: Obler claim

folder 4

Part X: Envelope containing Obler papers from attorney's office received August 1954

folder 5

Part XI: Conclusion and settling of accounts, 1950-1957

 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION SURVEY

folder 6

Part I: 1945-2.26.53

folder 7

Part II: 2.27.53-

 

AGRICULTURAL LANDS

folder 8

Part I: Los Angeles, 1924-1950

folder 9

Part II: Davis

folder 10

Part III: Land holdings, Agricultural Colleges & Universities

folder 11

AIR FORCE ROTC, BERKELEY, 1946-1955

folder 12

ALCOHOLISM, RESEARCH ON THE PROBLEMS OF

 

ALL UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE

folder 13

Part I: First All University Conference, November 3,4, and 5, 1944 at Davis

folder 14

Part II: Third All University Conference, February 9,10, and 11, 1948

folder 15

Part III: Third All University Conference; arrangements, expenses, invitations, 1948

folder 16

Part IV: Fourth All University Conference, April 28,29, and 30, 1949 at Davis

folder 17

ALL UNIVERSITY FACULTY CONFERENCE, Davis Question Box, 1947-1957

folder 18

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL GROUPS (Including relationship to California Alumni Association), 1916-1956

box 4, folder 1

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PROGRESS FUND, UCLA 1945-1957 (See also Scholarships Alumni Scholarship Program; Part II-UCLA)

folder 2

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATION ON THE BOARD OF REGENTS (UCLA)

 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION UNIFICATION

folder 3

Part I: 1921-1943

 

Part II: Federation Committee on Amalgamation

folder 4

A. 1944-1949 inclusive

folder 5

B. Streamlined, 1921-1957

folder 6

C. Subsidization of alumni associations, 1948-1956

folder 7

Part III: Santa Barbara

folder 8

Part IV: Davis

folder 9

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION VISITORS, BOARD OF

folder 10

ALUMNI HOUSE, BERKELEY, 1951-1954

 

ALUMNI WAR MEMORIAL PROJECT, BERKELEY

folder 11

Part I: 1946-1947

folder 12

Part II: 1948-1954 (Including reconstitution of old Student Union Committee)

 

AMERICAN HISTORY REQUIREMENT

folder 13

Part I: 1935-1941

folder 14

Part II: 1942-1949

folder 15

Part III: 1950

folder 16

AMERICAN YOUTH FOR DEMOCRACY

folder --

ANNIE ALEXANDER AND MUSEA (NIF 7/96)

folder 17

ANTI-VIVISECTION

folder --

APPLIED ARTS, BERKELEY AND LOS ANGELES, PROPOSED COLLEGE OF (NIF 7/96)

folder 18

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS & TENURE, 1947-1957 (S.A. BF #153: Academic Senate petition to the Regents on tenure)

box 5, folder 1

ARCHITECTURE, DEANSHIP OF, 1948-1949

folder 2

ARCHITECTURE

folder 3

AREA LANGUAGE PROGRAM

folder 4

ARENSBERG COLLECTION OF MODERN ART

folder --

ARMED FORCES, UNIVERSITY SERVICES TO (NIF 7/96)

folder 5

ART MATERIALS, CARE OF

folder 6

ART MUSEUMS, 1930-1956

folder 7

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES

folder 8

ASUC AND ASUCLA RELATIONS WITH UNIVERSITY

folder 9

ASUC: CONSTITUTIONS ( of all campuses)

folder 10

ASUC: SALE OF MAGAZINES IN STUDENT BOOKSTORE

 

Part I: Correspondence

 

Part II: Copies of publications

 

ASUC: STUDENT GOVERNMENT

folder 11

Part I: Reorganization of ASUC & proposal that University take over financial control, 1939-1946

folder 12

Part II: Compulsory student body fee & Constitution, 1933-1950

folder 13

ASUC: STUDENT GOVERNMENT, STATEMENTS ON including relationship of student government to the University, 1900-1956

folder 14

ASUC: STUDENT GOVERNMENT'S RIGHT TO TAKE OFFICIAL STANDS IN PUBLIC DISPUTES.

folder 15

ASUC: STUDENT POLLS, 1941-1952

folder 16

ASUC: STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, particularly THE PELICAN, 1949

 

ASUCLA: FINANCES; BOARD OF CONTROL; AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION

folder 17

Part I: 1933-1949

folder 18

Part II: December 1948-1957

 

ATHLETIC PROBLEMS

 

ATHLETICS

folder 19

Part I: Pacific Coast Conference (including President's meeting, joint meetings with Big Ten, etc.)

folder 19

A. Minutes

folder 20

B. Background material to minutes, 1949-

 

Part II:

 

A. Recruiting and financial aid to athletes

folder 21

1. 1948-1951

folder 22

2. 1952-1954

box 6, folder 1

3. 1955-1957

folder 2

B. PCC Alumni Committee (Eames Bishop Group), 1950-

folder 3

C. Tuition grants-in-aid

 

Part III:

folder 4

A. Admissions requirement of athletes, 1949-1957

folder 5

B. "C" Average (Qualitative requirements for athletic eligibility), 1950-1957

 

Part IV:

folder 6

A. Post season games (Rose Bowl), 1949

folder 7

B. Newspaper clippings, Rose Bowl (post season games)

folder 8

Part V: Coaches, tenure and salaries of

folder 9

Part VI: Fines, 1949-1955

folder 10

Part VII: Television, 1949

folder 11

Part VIII: Spring practice, 1949-1955

folder 12

Part IX: Platoon system

folder 13

Part X: National Collegiate Athletics Association, 1948

folder 14

Part XI: American Council on Education, 1952

folder 15

Part XII: State Board of Education, relations with

folder 16

Part XIII: ASUC and ASUCLA employment of athletes, 1951-1957

folder 17

Part XIV: ASUC, Board of Athletic Control and Intercollegiate Athletic Advisory Committee

folder 18

Part XV: ASUCLA, Committee on Athletics policy and Division of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1933

folder 19

Part XVI: Miscellaneous reports (including John's and Commissioner's Reports), 1948

box 6:20 to 7:18

Part XVII: Appointment of conference commissioner, 1954- Confidential folders and files, 1949-1965.

folder 19

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION (filed in safe in Room 205, Sproul Hall) Note dated 1979: R.M. Underhill thinks are at Los Alamos

 

AUTONOMY OF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS

box 8, folder 1

Part I: General

folder 2

Part II: Law School relation to Academic Senate (including problem of accreditation and subsequent change in Standing Orders)

folder 3

Part III: Accreditation of Law School by the American Bar Association

 

BABCOCK: See Genetics Project.

folder 4

BANCROFT LIBRARY BUILDING & CENTENNIAL BUILDING AT LOS ANGELES

folder 5

BANCROFT LIBRARY, LIBRARIAN FOR, 1943-1952

 

BAND BUILDING: See Music Endowments

folder 6

BOND, CARRIE JACOBS - MEMORIAL

 

BOTANY AND AGRICULTURE BUDGET:

 

Part I: Procedures

folder 7

A. Procedures for preparation and presentation of budget 1946-1949 inclusive

folder 8

B. Procedures for preparation and presentation of budget 1950-1951 inclusive

folder 9

C. Revision of budget procedures (Including President's Special Committee and Regent's Sub-Committee on Budget Procedure, 1951-1953 ending with the Regent's change in Standing Orders 4.24.53

folder 10

D. Implementation of changes in budget procedure, 1955

 

Part II: Administrative organization

folder 11

A. 1941-1952

folder 12

B. Abolition of budget officer, 1952-1953 (Neylan's proposal: transfer of duties to Controller's Office)

folder 13

C. Redistribution of budgetary functions between budget officer and Controller, 1952-1956 (Sproul proposal including budgeting and accounting in University organization)

folder 14

D. Appendix-budgeting and accounting for administration including reports by Johnson, Hill, and Dingle (1952)

folder 15

Part III: Botany and Agriculture

 

BUILDING

folder 16

Part I: Building facilities for NROTC, Berkeley and Los Angeles

folder 17

Part II: Federal Works Administration, temporary buildings, 1946-1947

folder 18

Part III: Building Needs, Coordinating Committee on

 

BUILDING NEEDS: General

folder 19

Part I includes Riverside and Scripps

folder 20

Part II: Reports 1933-1938

 

Part III: Reports for various campuses

folder 21

A. Berkeley

box 9, folder 1

B. Davis

folder 2

C. Los Angeles

folder 3

D. San Francisco

folder 4

BUREAU OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1936-1957

 

CALENDAR .

folder 5

Part I: Through October, 1944

folder 6

Part II: October, 1944 -October, 1945

folder 7

Part III: November and December of 1945-1948 incl.

folder 8

Part IV: 1949-1956

folder 9

Part V: 1957-

folder 10

CALIFORNIA CLUB ALL UNIVERSITY SONG CONTEST, 1939-1947

folder 11

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE IN CHINA

folder 12

CALIFORNIA LABOR SCHOOL, 1944-1957

folder 13

CALIFORNIA RADIO COUNCIL

 

CANCER RESEARCH:

folder 14

Part I: 1947, including All University Cancer Conference

folder 15

Part II: 1948-1954

 

CANCER RESEARCH AND BIOLOGICAL INSTITUTE:

folder 16

Part I: Friedgood and Seagrave Proposals

folder 17

Part II: Dr. Penn's research, 1943-1956

folder 18

Part III: Biological Institute Los Angeles

folder 19

CANCER RESEARCH GENETICS LABORATORY, BERKELEY

folder 20

CANCER RESEARCH PROJECT, SAN FRANCISCO, TUMOR REGISTRY (Laboratory of Experimental Oncology, Donner Laboratory)

folder 21

CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENCIES OR PROVOSTSHIPS OF UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, 1951-1958

folder 22

CARRUTHERS AVIATION PROPOSAL

folder 23

CAVALIER SCHOLARSHIP FUND, 1943-1949

box 10, folder 1

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, including "Chronicles of California"

folder 2

CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA

folder 3

CENTRAL LIBRARY STORAGE CENTER, Mid-West Inter-Library Center 1939-1955 (See also BF#430 on branch libraries)

folder 4

CENTRAL SERVICE GRAPHIC ARTS DEPARTMENT, including Scientific Illustrator & Photographic Laboratory, 1948-1951

folder 5

CHANCELLORS, INAUGURATION OF, including general section, inaugurations of R.B. Allen, and Clark Kerr.

 

CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE BOARD OF REGENTS AND THE FACULTY.

folder 6

Part I & II: 1899-1953

folder 7

Part III: Regent Neylan's proposal to abolish the University Bulletin

folder 8

Part IV: Background material, 1947-1951

folder 9

CHARTER DAY CEREMONIES: PROCEDURE, 1943-1952

 

CHARTER DAY INVITATIONS:

folder 10

Part I: 1930-1950

folder 11

Part II: 1951-1958

folder 12

CHEMISTRY PROFESSOR FOR LOS ANGELES, 1940

folder 13

CHURCHILL, WINSTON. Honorary degree proposals, and invitations to, 1945

folder 14

CITRUS GROVE, LOS ANGELES (Sub-Tropical Horticulture), 1950-1958

 

CLARK, MARK, consideration of, as Vice-President and Chancellor, UCLA, 1951

folder 15

Part I: General

folder 16

Part II: Faculty and student protest against a military man

folder 17

Part III: Newspaper clippings

folder 18

CLARK, WILLIAM A. Policy on use of and Committee, 1926-1958

folder 19

CLARK LIBRARY & DRYDEN PROJECT

folder 20

CLARK, WILLIAM A.- RESIDENCE, Use of, 1926-1948

folder 21

CLAYPOOL GIFT, Use of, 1951-1958

folder 22

COLEMAN, JOHN C. & EDWARD - MEMORIAL FUND 1945-1958 (See also BF#93Med-1958)

box 11, folder 1

COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, DEAN OF

folder --

COLLEGE OF LETTERS AND SCIENCE, LOS ANGELES (NIF 7/96)

folder 2

COMMENCEMENT, Berkeley, Davis, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, 1940-1954

 

COMMUNISM (probably filed in safe with AEC materials, NIF)

folder 3

COMPULSORY ROTC, protests against, 1923-1957

 

COMPUTING CENTER AND INSTITUTE OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS:

folder 4

Part I: Background, 1944-5.29.47 Regents' minutes

folder 5

Part II: Institute of Numerical Analysis, Los Angeles, 1947-1953

folder 6

Part III: Central Computing Service, Berkeley, 1947-1952

 

CONNELL FUND (Michael J. Connell Memorial Fund)

folder 7

Part I: Income and financial matters

folder 8

Part II: Uses

folder 9

CONSERVATION EDUCATION, 1950-1956

folder 10

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, San Francisco, 1944-1956

folder 11

CONTROLLER, SUCCESSOR TO LUNDBERG, 1953-1954

folder 12A-B

COUNCIL ON EDUCATIONAL PLANNING AND COORDINATION

 

COUNSELLING AND GUIDANCE:

folder 13A-B

Part I: to 1949

folder 14

Part II: 1950-1954, including vocational guidance and Counselling Center for students

folder 15

Part III: Clyde Johnson and his place in counselling fraternities

folder 16

CRIMINOLOGY

folder 17

CRIMINOLOGY, ESTABLISHMENT OF SCHOOL OF

folder 18

CYCLOTRON, RADIATION LABORATORY

 

DAVIDSON, GEORGE

folder 19

Part I: Biography (Including Gudde's connection with), 1945-1954

folder 20

Part II: Use of balance of Davidson Fund

 

DAVIS CAMPUS, ADMINISTRATION OF

box 12, folder 1

Part I: General section, 1933-1952

folder 2

Part II. Knowles Ryerson, status of, 1936-52

 

DAVIS CAMPUS EXPANSION:

folder 3

Part I: Expansion of program towards the establishment of a College of Letters & Science on the Davis campus, 1947-1949

folder 4

Part II: Opening of College of Letters & Science, including the appointment of H.A. Young as Dean, 1950-1952

folder 5

DENTISTRY, School of UCLA, 1946-1957

folder --

DICKEY COLLECTION (NIF 7/96)

folder 6

DIPLOMACY, School of

 

DONNER LABORATORY ADDITIONS FOR USE OF THE DIVISION OF MEDICAL PHYSICS:

folder 7

Part I: Donner Laboratory Addition, 1945-1957

folder --

Part II: Donner Metabolic Unit, Cowell Hospital (NIF 7/96)

folder 8

DRAMA, LECTURES AND MUSIC, Committee on

folder 9

EDUCATION, DEAN OF SCHOOL OF, 1944-1950

 

EDUCATION, TEACHER TRAINING:

folder 10

Part I: Payment of master teachers, 1947-1957

folder 11

Part II: Supervisors

 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, TAXATION OF:

folder 12

Part I: Universities and federal taxation

folder 13A-B

Part II: The President's Special Committee on Local Government Relationships

folder 14

Part III: Local government relations, especially with City of Berkeley, 1947

folder 15

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, UCLA: Inadequacy of Quarters, 1945-1955

folder 16

ENDOWMENTS: Hertz Fund (Memorial Scholarships)

folder 17

ENDOWMENTS: May T. Morrison Fund, 1940-1952

folder 18

ENGINEERING, CERAMICS

 

ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL:

folder 19

Part I: Curriculum in Department of Engineering ("Process Engineering") and/or Department of Chemistry ("Chemical Engineering"), 1944-1952

folder 20

Part II: Streamlined, 1949-1956

folder 21

ENGINEERING, DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF, BERKELEY

folder 22

ENGINEERING, DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF, LOS ANGELES

box 13, folder 1

ENGINEERING, Institute of Traffic and Transportation, 1946-1957

folder 2

ENGINEERING, LOS ANGELES

folder 3

ENGINEERING, MINING, Teaching emphasis on metallurgy

folder 4

ENGINEERING, PETROLEUM at LOS ANGELES

 

ENGINEERING FIELD STATION:

folder 5A-B

Part I: 1946-1957

folder 6

Part II: Transfer of funds for, 1948-1951

folder 7

ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Background material, 1948-1956

folder 8

ENROLLMENT, LIMITATION and DISMISSAL OF STUDENTS

folder 9

ENROLLMENT, LIMITATION: ENGINEERING

folder 10

ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: STREAMLINED, 1947-1957

folder 11A-B

ENROLLMENT MATERIAL, 1946-1956

folder 12A-B

EVANS, Herbert M., unpaid bills

folder 13A-B

FACULTY CLUBS, including general section and separate sections on Berkeley, Davis, Riverside, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, 1946-1958

 

FACULTY CLUB, LOS ANGELES:

folder 14

Part I: 4.27. 38 to 11.5.48

folder 15

Part II: 12.21. 48 to 2.29.52

folder 16

Part III: 4.6. 50 to 1957

folder --

FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS, Programs of summer and wartime aid, 1941-1957 (NIF 8/96)

 

FACULTY HOMESITE, Los Angeles:

box 14, folder 1

Part I: 1925 to 7.12.46

folder 2

Part II: 1946-1951

 

FACULTY HOUSING (EXCLUSIVE OF L.A. FACULTY HOMESITE):

folder 3

Part I: Material for 1946

folder 4

Part II: Material for 1947-1949

folder 5

FACULTY WORKLOAD, including student-teacher ratios and faculty workload questionnaire, 1949-1957

folder 6

FAIR BEAR DISPUTE

folder 7

FAMILY RELATIONS COURSE

folder 8

FISH AND GAME: Wildlife conservation courses and annual Conservation Education Planning Conference, 1942-1949

folder 9

FLEISCHMANN FOUNDATION GIFTS. Past and potential, 1952-1958

folder 10

FM RADIO BROADCASTING

folder 11

FOOTBALL

folder 12

FOREIGN STUDENT PROBLEMS, 1943-1957.

folder 13

FOREIGN STUDENTS, INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH FOR

 

FOREST PRODUCTS LABORATORY:

folder 14

Part I: 1942-1950

folder 15

Part II: Selection of a director, 1952-1955

folder 16

FORESTRY SCHOOL: DEANSHIP OF (1947-55)

folder 17

FRESHMAN ADVISORY (1937-1941)

folder 18

GENETICS PROJECT, BABCOCK

folder 19

GEST LIBRARY OF ORIENTAL LITERATURE

folder 20

GIANNINI FOUNDATION, DIRECTORS

 

GIFTS:

folder 21

Part I: Promotion & solicitation, 1943-1958

folder 22

Part II: Acceptance & acknowledgment, 1945-1958

box 15, folder 1

GILL TRACT, Proposed use of for recreational purposes, 1933-1953

folder 2

GILL TRACT, Uses, other than recreational purposes, 1938-1957

folder 3

GIMBEL, JAKE. PRIZE, 1928-1957

folder 4

GIMBEL SEX PSYCHOLOGY LECTURES, Administration of, 1945

folder 5

GLADWIN COLLECTION

folder 6

GO TO CHURCH CAMPAIGN, 1948-1953

folder --

GRADUATE STUDENT CENTER (NIF 8/96)

folder 7

GRADUATE WORK, Los Angeles

folder 8

GRADUATE WORK IN ECONOMICS, Los Angeles

 

GREEK THEATRE, Expansion and rehabilitation, including donation by Hearst Foundation of $400,000:

folder 9

Part I: 1946-7.18.54

folder 10

Part II: 7.19.54- 1957

folder 11

GRODZINS AFFAIR. Japanese Evacuation and Resettlement Study

 

GUDDE, ERWIN G.:

folder 12

Part I: Status of Gudde. Compensation for California Place Names

folder 13

Part II: California Place Names

 

H-R

 

HALL OF FAME:

box 15, folder 14

Part I: 1949-1950

folder 15

Part II: 1954-1957

 

HASTINGS LAW SCHOOL:

folder 16

Part I: Relation of, to University, 1878-1953

folder 16

Part II: Relation of, to Business Office (Incorporated into Part I)

folder 17

Part III: Relation of, to Extension Division

folder 18

Part IV: A.B. Degree for Hastings' Graduates

 

HAWAII MARINE LABORATORY (Coconut Island):

folder 19

Part I: Orgins of cooperative program between University of California and University of Hawaii, 1947-1948

folder 20

Part II: Development and operation of, 1948-1958

folder 21

HERBARIA AT LOS ANGELES

 

HIGHER EDUCATION:

 

Part I: General section:

folder 22

A. 1944-1952 inclusive

folder 23

B. 1933-1943

folder 24

C. Conference on higher education in California

box 16, folder 1

Part II: Los Angeles and Sacramento, 1946-1949

folder 2

Part III: Bakersfield, Modesto, Shasta and Ukiah, 1949-1953

 

Part IV: Engineering in state colleges:

folder 3

A. 1948-1952

folder 4

B. 1953-1956

folder 5

C. Reappraisal of engineering agreement, 1957 -

folder 6

Part V: Degree of Master of Education, 1945-1949

folder 7

Part VI: Master's Degree in non-teaching fields, 1952-1958

folder 8

Part VII: California Polytechnic Institute, 1936-1947

folder 9

Part VIII: McGeorge College of Law

folder 10

Part IX: Air Instruction at Davis (SCR 65) and Special Committee on Aviation Education (separate folder attached)

folder 11

Part X: Kern County School of Mines, 1950-1958

 

Part XI:

folder 12

A. Liaison Committee (Representatives from State Board of Education and Regents of UC)

folder 13

B. Joint Staff and its Technical Advisory Committee, 1951-1956

 

Part XII:

folder 14

A. Establishment of branch of University in San Diego, 1954-4.30.56

folder 15

B. Establishment of branch of University in San Diego, 5.1. 56-1957

folder 16

Part XIII: Establishment of new state colleges, 1955-1957

box 17, folder 1

Part XIV: Establishment of new campuses of the University, 1956-1958

 

HIGHER EDUCATION, COST OF:

 

Part I: Inter-institutional surveys:

folder 2

A. 1952-11.6.53

folder 3

B. Including California - Big Ten (Western Conference) cost & statistical study, 11.11. 53-1958

folder 4

Part II: Medical education costs, 1952-1955

folder 5

Part III: Selection of a director of survey of higher education, 1952-1953

 

HIGHER EDUCATION, REGIONAL COOPERATION. Western Regional Compact for Higher Education (Western Interstate Commission):

folder 6

Part I: Formation, 1948-1951

folder 7

Part II: Participation of University of California, 1952-1956

 

HIGHER EDUCATION, STATE SURVEY:

 

Part I: General plan and procedures for study of higher education in California, including legislative bill and Asa V. Call's interest):

folder 8

A. 1953-1954

folder 9

B. Restudy of higher education in California, 1955-1956

folder 10

Part II: Dormitories study (Senate Con-current Resolution Number 10), 1954-1955

folder 11

HISTORY DEPARTMENT

folder 12

HOLLYWOOD WRITERS' CONGRESS and relation to Hollywood Quarterly (University publication)

folder 13

HOME ECONOMICS PROBLEMS

folder 14

HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE, Los Angeles

folder 15

HONORARY DEGREES, Policy of conferring, 1934-1952

folder 16

HONORARY DEGREES AND SPECIAL AWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI, Policy, 1931-1951

box 18, folder 1

HOOPER FOUNDATION, including establishment of, and Meyer's directorship, 1913-1954.

folder 2

HOOPER FOUNDATION, INCOME AND BUDGET. Donations from: Fish & Game Commission and National Canners' Association, 1937-1948

folder 3A-B

HOUSING, 1922-1944

folder 4

HOUSING OF COLLECTIONS OTHER THAN LIBRARY MATERIAL, including individual Campus Reports, 1953-

folder 5

INCIDENTAL FEE, 1920-1956

folder 6

INCIDENTAL FEE, INCREASE IN, including study of cost element, 1952-1958

folder 7

INSTITUTE FOR BASIC RESEARCH IN SCIENCE, 1941-1958

 

INSTITUTE OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY:

folder 8

Part I: Establishment of Institute; Herzstein Professorship; dichotomy in Division of Anatomy; Evans' directorship, 1929-1950

folder 9

Part II: Proposed merger of Institute of Experimental Biology and Hooper Foundation, 1950-1958, including successors to Evans and Meyer and future of Institute and Hooper Foundation

folder 10

Part III: Space problems, 1949-1952

folder 11

INSTITUTE IN GROUP DYNAMICS

folder 12

INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RELATIONS

 

INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS:

folder 13

Part I: 1938-1944 (Including Committee on Worker's Education)

folder 14

Part II: 1944-1947

folder 15

Part III: 1948-1956

 

INSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS:

folder 16

Part I: 1930-1935

folder 17

Part II: 1936-1939

folder 18

Part III: 1940-1945

folder 19

Part IV: 1946-1949

box 19, folder 1

Part V: 1950-1951

folder 2

Part VI: 1952-1953

folder 3A-B

INSTRUCTION IN PLANNING, 1935-1951

folder 4

INSURANCE, GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PLANS, including Los Alamos plan and Ploss study, 1952-1958

folder 5

INSURANCE, PROPOSAL FOR SELF-INSURANCE, including insurance reserve fund, 1944-1954

 

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE:

folder 6

Part I: International House Association: overall program, including participation of Berkeley "I" House, 1947-1949

folder 7

Part II: International House, Berkeley: Funds, including contributions to "I" House Association and financial situation, 1947-1957

folder 8

Part III: Joint appeal to Ford Foundation, 1951-1953

folder 9

Part IV: Relationship to University of California, 1927-1957

folder 10

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE, SELECTION OF DIRECTORS ON BOARD

folder 11

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE, Los Angeles, 1940-1952

folder 12

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE SURVEY

folder 13

INTRAMURAL SPORTS

folder 14

JANSS PROPERTY

folder 15

JAPANESE-AMERICAN PROBLEMS

folder 16

JEFFERSON MEMORIAL FUND, 1943-1957

box 20, folder 1A-B

JOURNALISM, Berkeley

folder 2

JOURNALISM, Los Angeles

folder 3

KEARNEY VINEYARD, 1931-1951

folder 4

KELLOGG FARM, Remount Station

 

KELLOGG FOUNDATION:

folder 5

Part I: Education of school administrators

folder --

Part II: (NIF 8/96)

folder 6

KELLOGG RANCH

folder 7

KERR, CLARK, Vice-President and Chancellor, Berkeley. Qualifications, records, and comments.

folder 8

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

 

LANGLEY PORTER CLINIC, San Francisco:

folder 9

Part I: Berkeley addition

folder 10

Part II: 1937-1943, Including background material

folder 11

Part III: Directorship of, including procedure for appointment, 1956

folder 12

LATIN AMERICAN FELLOWSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS, 1937-1949

folder 13

LATIN-AMERICAN HISTORY

folder 14

LAW SCHOOL, Berkeley, Deanship of

folder 15

LAW SCHOOL, Los Angeles, Deanship of, 1947-1957

folder 16

LAW SCHOOL, Los Angeles, Establishment and housing of

 

LAW SCHOOL: RELATION TO ACADEMIC SENATE

folder 17

Part I: General & summary

folder 18

Part III: Senate Minutes

folder 19

LEGISLATIVE MATTERS. Regent Neylan's proposed change in Standing Orders pertaining to legislative matters, 1953 -

folder 20

LETTERS AND SCIENCE, Los Angeles

folder 21

LIBRARIAN FOR UC LIBRARY

folder 22

LIBRARY BINDING ARREARS, Berkeley, Los Angeles, 1942-1956

folder 23

LICK OBSERVATORY PROBLEMS, DIRECTORSHIP, ETC.

 

LICK-WILMERDING SCHOOL:

folder 24

Part I: 1939-1947 (Background of merger and appointment of director)

folder 25

Part II: 1948-1951

box 21, folder 1

Part III: 1952-1953

folder 2

Part IV: 1954 (Proposal for joint ownership; campaign for funds)

folder 3

Part V: 1955-1958 (Continuation of, as the Wilmerding School of Industrial Arts)

folder 4

LITTLE THEATER

folder 5

LITTLE THEATER, BUILDING

folder 6

LITTLE THEATER, PERSONNEL

 

MacINTYRE, C.F.:

folder 7A-B

Part I: 1928-1957

folder 8

Part II

folder 9

Part III

folder 10

MAY, KENNETH

 

MCENERNEY, GARRETT W:

folder 11

Part I: McEnerney endowments, 1941-1958 (Includes Genevieve McEnerney)

folder 12

Part II: Establishment of and gifts to McEnerney Memorial Fund, 1942-1954

folder 13

Part III: Portrait of Garrett W. McEnerney to be hung in the Garrett W. McEnerney Memorial Law Library, 1948-1952

folder 14

MCNEIL, ETHEL, Case of

 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, Los Angeles:

folder 15

Part I: 1935-1947 inclusive

folder 16

Part II: North Broadway Property including Burbank's, Lewis Trust, 1949-1956

folder 17

MEDICAL EDUCATION, Federal aid to, 1948-1951

folder --

MEDICAL FIELD, WORLD WAR II (NIF 8/96)

folder 18

MEDICAL PHYSICS. Relationship of the Medical School and the Division of Medical Physics, 1947-1954

folder 19

MEDICAL SCHOOL: ADMISSIONS

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL, DEANSHIP OF:

folder --

Part I: San Francisco (NIF 8/96)

folder --

Part II: Los Angeles (NIF 8/96)

folder --

Part III: List of Candidates without biographical data (NIF 8/96)

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles:

box 22, folder 1A-B

Part I: Affiliations with

folder 2

Part II: Cerebral palsy

 

Part III:

folder 3

A. Mental health

folder 4

B. Mental hygiene, incorporating the special problem on the establishment of a Langley Porter Clinic

folder 5A-B

C. Neuropsychiatric Institute at Los Angeles, 1953-1958

folder 6

Part IV: Children's Hospital

folder 7A-B

Part V: Marion Davies Clinic, 1951-1958

folder 8

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Air Force Aeronautical and Aeromedical Research Unit.

folder 9

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Budget, 1948-1949

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Deanship of

folder 10

Part I: Biographical data on candidates & minutes & reports of Committee on Deanship

folder 11

Part II: Biographical data & comments on San Francisco Medical School faculty considered for Deanship

folder 12A-B

Part III: Material eliminated from Medical School Deanship

folder 13

Part IV: Medical School Deanship LA

folder --

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Establishment of (NIF 8/96)

folder 14

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. General history.

folder 15

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Goldwyn Memorial Private Pavilion.

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Location of:

folder 16

Part I: 1945-1946

folder 17

Part II: 1947-1957, including acquisition of C. and H. Tract

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles, Opening of, Fall 1951:

box 23, folder 1

Part I: Choosing of students, physical facilities, staffing and budget

folder 2

Part II: Accommodation of 2nd Year class of medical students, UCLA, use of Weyburn Building

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Rehabilitation Center:

folder 3

Part I: Background material, 1950-1954

folder 4

Part II: 1951-1955

folder 5

Part III: 1956-1958

folder 6

MEDICAL SCHOOL, Los Angeles. Religious Conference Property

folder 7

MEDICAL SCHOOL, San Francisco: Brief history

folder 8

MEDICAL SCHOOL, San Francisco. Deanship of, including successor to Smyth, 1936-1955

folder 9

MEDICAL SCHOOL, San Francisco. Proposed removal to Berkeley, 1935-1952

folder 10

MEDICAL SCHOOL, San Francisco. Rehabilitation, 1953-1958

folder 11

METEOROLOGY or PRE-METEOROLOGY

folder 12

MILLER, A.C. Hearst Avenue property, 1946-1957

folder 13

MILLER, A.C. Santa Cruz Project. Blue print sketches and plans

 

MILLER, A.C. Santa Cruz Property:

folder 14

Part I: Proposal for a faculty retreat ("Homewood")

folder 15

Part II: Purchase of additional property; other uses; responsibility, etc., 1942-1957

folder 16

MITSUI LIBRARY

folder 17

MUSIC BUILDING, Berkeley, 1941-1956 (Financed by Hertz and Morrison Funds)

folder 18

NASH, JOHN HENRY, LIBRARY

folder 19

NATIONAL DEFENSE

 

NATIONAL EMERGENCY:

folder 20

Part I: General

folder 21

Part II: Manpower

folder 22

Part III: University building program

folder 23

Part IV: Committee on the Present Danger

box 24, folder 1

NATIONAL SERVICE COURSES

folder 2

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, Future of, including proposed appointment of John R. Paulling, and Wehausen, 1953-1958

folder 3

NEUROLOGY; NEUROLOGY AND NEURO-SURGERY

 

NEW REGENTS (permanently with R.G. Sproul personal papers)

folder 4

NUCLEAR PHYSICS

 

NUCLEAR REACTOR:

folder 5

Part I: 1946-1952

folder 6

Part II: 1953-1955

folder 7

Part III: 1956-1958

 

NURSING:

folder 8

Part I: Titles, academic or clinical; status of faculty of School of, 1936-1952

folder 9

Part II: Status of Margret Tracy

folder 10

Part III: Successor to Tracy, 1954-1957

 

NURSING, SCHOOL OF:

folder 11

Part I: 1936-1950, including reorganization of nursing education, establishment and status of School of Nursing

folder 12

Part II: 1951-1953, including nursing needs in State of California (legislation for), status and future of Schools of Nursing

folder 13

Part III: Regent Naffziger's proposed shortened course in nursing, 1953-1954

folder 14

Part IV: Nursing education, 1956

folder 15

NURSING, SCHOOL OF, Los Angeles

folder 16

NUTRITION INSTITUTE

folder 17

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

folder 18

ODEGARD APPOINTMENT

 

OPEN AIR THEATER & FIELD HOUSE, Los Angeles:

folder 19

Part I: Old theater, 1932-1947

folder 20

Part II: Plans for new open air theater (pavilion), 1948

folder 21

OPHTHALMOLOGY LABORATORY, Endowment of, 1946-1957 (Includes USPH construction grant)

folder 22

OPTOMETRY, SCHOOL OF

folder 23

OPTOMETRY, SCHOOL OF, LOS ANGELES

box 25, folder 1

OXFORD TRACT, Uses and proposed uses, 1923-1957

folder 2

PAN-AMERICAN INSTITUTE

folder 3

PARKING PROBLEM, Berkeley, 1947-1958

folder 4

PARKING PROBLEM, Statewide parking survey, 1953-1958

folder 5A-B

PARKING PROBLEM, UCLA, 1952-1958

folder 6

PEACE COURSE

folder 7

PERMANENT HOSPITAL PROPOSAL

folder 8

PHARMACY, COLLEGE OF, Los Angeles

folder 9

PHARMACY. Reorganization of curriculum, residence requirement, conversion from College to School of Pharmacy, 1946-1955

folder --

PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NIF 11/96)

folder 10

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: MEN AND WOMEN

folder 11

PLACEMENT AND PERSONNEL DIVISION, Need for, 1931-1954

folder 12

POLICY: ALCOHOL, including fraternity drinking problem and University anti-drinking regulation

folder 13

POLICY: USE OF THE NAME OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1946-1957

folder 14

POLITICAL ACTIVITY OF FACULTY MEMBERS, including Hatch Act, Policy re: leaves of absence for political campaigning and office, Outland case, Hutchison and Freedman case, McHenry case

folder 15

POST WAR BUILDING PROGRAM PRIORITIES

folder 16

POST WAR EDUCATION FOR VETERNS

folder 17

POST-WAR PLANS FOR UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS

box 26, folder 1

POST-WAR PROJECTS, SPEClAL COMMITTEE ON (Grether report)

folder 2

POST WAR RECONSTRUCTION

folder 3

POST-WAR UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE

folder 4

PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, 1944 -

folder 5

PROPOSED COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS, LA & Berkeley

folder 6

PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT: POSSIBLE PERSONNEL

folder 7

PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, LOS ANGELES

folder 8

PUBLIC HEALTH, Deanship of, 1939-1951

folder 9

PUBLIC HEALTH: Hygiene Department

folder 10

PUBLIC HEALTH, Location of School of

folder 11

PUBLIC Health, School of, Foundation Report

 

PUBLIC HEALTH, SCHOOL OF, Los Angeles (not including public health nursing):

folder 12

Part I: 1943-1948 inclusive

folder 13

Part II: 1949-1953

 

PUBLIC HEALTH, STREAMLINED

folder 14

Part I

folder 15

Part II

folder 16

PUBLIC HEALTH: SUPPLEMENT

folder 17

RADIN, PROFESSOR MAX

 

RADIO: See FM Radio

 

RADIOLOGICAL SAFETY:

folder 19

Part I:

 

A. Regional advisory committee

 

B. University-Wide Advisory Committee on Radiological Safety

 

C. Committee reports & recommendation

folder 20

Part II:

 

A. Toxic and radiological poisoning

 

B. Development of Department of Occupational Health

folder 21

Part III: Proposed University operation of a Statewide Radiological Safety Laboratory Service, 1953

folder 22

Part IV: Miscellaneous

folder 23

RANDALL, Case of (Prof. Merle Randall)

 

REAL ESTATE COURSES:

folder 24

Part I: 1942-1947

folder 25

Part II: Streamlined, 1948-1952

folder 26

Part III: Use of Real Estate Education and Research Fund, 1956-1958

folder 27

RECREATIONAL AREAS

 

REGENT'S PROFESSORSHIPS AND/OR LECTURESHIPS, to be filled by men of outstanding accomplishment in non-academic fields and professions:

box 27, folder 1

Part I: Establishment and policy, 1951-1958

 

Part II: Recommendations for filling posts:

folder 2

A. A through K, 1952 -

folder 3

B. L through Z, 1952 -

folder 4

REGENTS RECORDS

folder 5

REGIONAL STUDIES: Institute of East Asiatic Studies

folder 6

REGIONAL STUDIES: Institute of East Asiatic Studies: Directorship

 

REGIONAL STUDIES: Far Eastern and Slavic Studies:

folder 7

Part I: 1943-1944

folder 8

Part II: 1945-1949

folder --

Part III: 1950-1952 (NIF 9/96)

 

REGIONAL STUDIES: Latin American studies:

folder 9

Part I: Institute of Latin American Studies, 1948-1951

folder 10

Part II: Institute from 4.5. 51-1956

 

REGIONAL STUDIES: Institute of Slavic Studies, Berkeley:

folder 11

Part I: 1947-1949 inclusive

folder 12

Part II: 1950-1957

folder 13

REGIONAL STUDIES: Institute of Slavic Studies, Los Angeles, 1947-1957

folder 14

REGISTRATION (LATE)

 

REGULATION 4: See SP. Research

folder 15

REGULATION 6: Relations of University staff members & students with state & federal officials, 1952-1955 (revised June 1954)

 

REGULATION 17:

folder 16

Part I: General, 1934-1958

 

Part II:

folder 17

A. Proposed honorary degree for Molotov, 1945

folder 18

B. Proposed honorary degree for President Truman, 1948

folder 19

REGULATION 27: Teaching assistants, status of, 1946-1958

 

RELATIONS WITH SCHOOLS, OFFICE OF:

folder 20

Part I: Director; general functions

folder 21

Part II: Reports; President's acknowledgments

folder 22

RELIGIOUS WORK ON CAMPUS

 

RESEARCH

box 28, folder 1

Part I: Regulation 4; Policy, 1934-1957

folder 2

Part II: Regulation 4; Problem cases, 1947-1957

folder 3

Part III: Contract Research; Policy 1945-1952

folder 4

Part IV: Contract Research; Procedure, 1934-1952

folder 5

Part V: Contract Research Officer: A.H. Warner, Picatinney Arsenal

 

Part VI: Government contract research:

 

A.

folder 6

1. Regents' concern with, 1951-11.21.52

folder 7

2. Regents' concern with, 1952-1957

folder 8

B. University responsibility in, including general section and specific cases (Kostanick, Leopold & Neyman), 1951-1952

folder 9

C. Overhead on Government Contracts

folder 10

Part VII: Research Grants-in-aid: Policy, 1934-1952

 

Part VIII: Research Grants-in-aid: Procedure:

folder 11

A. Grants from outside and federal agencies, 1934-1953

folder 12

B. Grants from University funds (Research Committee), 1946-1952

 

Part IX: Institute of Engineering Research:

 

A.

folder 13

1. Institute of Industrial Cooperation, Los Angeles (red flags)

folder 13

2. Engineering research and its relation to Regulation 4 (green flags), 1945-1956

folder 14

B. Industrial Research Institute's proposals and agreements with industry, 1940-1946 (Background to Institute of Engineering Research)

folder 15

Part X: Non-faculty professional research personnel: general, 1941-1958

folder 16

Part XI Non-faculty professional research personnel: supporting cases, 1949-1950

 

Part XII: Patent policy and procedure:

folder 17

A. 1931-1948, including President's Committee on Patents Proposals, reports and Regents' action, 1926-1948

folder 18

B. 1949-1955, including revision of University Regulation 23

folder 19

C. Standard form of contract research

box 29, folder 1

D. Dr. Penn's patent problem, 1950

folder 2

E. Dr. Gofman's patent problems with AEC & USPH, 1951-1952

folder 3

F. Use of income from University-owned patents, 1943-1958

 

RETIREMENT:

folder 4

Part I: Various attempts to raise retirement benefits

folder 5A-B

Part II: RAS system and government contract workers and folder attached: Report on deficiencies

folder 6

Part III: Academic Senate memorials

folder 7

Part IV: Compulsory retirement, including disability provisions, 1943-1951

 

Part V:

folder 8

A. Proposed revision of Regents' system, including a self-administered annuity program, 1942-1954

folder 9

B. Pension and retiring annuities system of UC: Composition and terms of office, actuarial studies, and resurvey of the system, 1954

folder 10

C. Pension and retiring annuities system of UC: Proposals for broadening the membership, 1954-1958

folder 11

D. Pension and retiring annuities system of UC: revisions of Standing Orders, 1954-1957

folder 12

Part VI: Retirement of administrative officers and retention after normal age, including Hart case

folder 13

Part VII: Miscellaneous faculty appointees not members of any retirement system, 1948-1951

 

Part VIII:

folder 14

A. Post-retirement re-appointment under RAS, 1939-1957

folder 15

B. Post-retirement re-appointment under PRAS, 1954-1958

folder 16

Part IX: Retirement committees, 1923-1957

 

Part X: Carnegie beneficiaries: those affected if retired before age 70:

folder 17

A. Policy, 1953-1957

folder 18

B. Individual cases, 1954 -

folder 19

Part XI: Increased rate of contributions to academic retirement system due to academic salary increases, 1955-1957

folder 20

Part XII: PRAS: Permissible salaries (Basis for retirement computation & deficiency payments for contract research); service credit during leaves, 1954-1957

folder 21

Part XIII: Accumulated vacation pay

folder 22

Part XIV: Patrick, Wong and Marshall Cases (disability), 1939-1950

 

Part XV: Transfer of retiring annuities system to SERS:

folder 23

A. to November 15, 1951

folder 24

B. November 16, 1951 to May 22, 1953

box 30, folder 1

C. May 23, 1953-1954

folder 2

D. Proposed administrative retirement plans for those retiring June 30, 1953-1954

folder 3

E. Correspondence from faculty members retiring June 30, 1953-1954

folder 4

Part XVI: Annuities system reserve for special pensions

 

Part XVII: OASI and possible application to UC:

folder 5

A. 1950-1955

folder 6

B. 1955-1957

folder 7

Part XVIII: Cubberly case

folder 8

Part XIX: Age of retirement, various discussions, 1935-1958

folder 9

Part XX: Hutchison retirement

folder 10

Part XXI: Possible transfer of PRAS to SERS, 1956-1953

folder 11

Part XXII: SERS and government contract workers, particularly Contract #48

folder 12

Part XXIII: Use of the title "Emeritus", including the College of Agriculture, 1935-1956

folder 13

Part XXIV: Panunzio case

 

Part XXV:

folder 14

A. Pension Increase for emeriti, including Memorial to the Regents, 10.1.52

folder 15

B. Emeriti as fellows (resolution adopted by Regents, 4.24.53)

folder 16

C. Panunzio: services on audit of emeriti payments, 1953-1956

folder 17

D. Emeriti pensions and stipends, financing of additional payments to pre-1954 emeriti, 1953-1957

folder 18

Part XXVI: Transfer of functions of Insurance and Retirement Department to Treasurer and Controller (Change in Standing Orders), 1952

folder 19

Part XXVII: Hardship cases of emeriti, 1953-1955

folder 20

Part XXVIII: Legislative Budget Committee, Study of the UC retirement system, 1953-1954

 

RIVERSIDE CAMPUS EXPANSION:

folder 21

Part I: Development and building program

folder 22

Part II: Acquisition of land

folder 23

Part III: College of Letters & Science; Development, 1948-1951

 

S-Z

 

SABBATICAL LEAVES OF ABSENCE:

box 30, folder 24

Part I: 1939-1945 inclusive, general policy

folder 25

Part II: 1946-1958, General policy including revision of Regulation 24

box 31, folder 1

Part III: Problem cases, 1946-1953 inclusive (gainful employment. etc)

folder 2

SACRAMENTO JUNIOR COLLEGE

 

SAN SIMEON:

folder 3

Part I: Possible gift to the University, 1952-1958

folder 4

Part II: Gift to the State. 1957 -

folder 5

SANTA BARBARA, Index for files on, by Robert S. Johnson

folder 6

SANTA BARBARA: Provost

 

SANTA BARBARA COLLEGE, Development within the University of California:

folder 7

Part I: Genesis of Santa Barbara as part of the University of California, 1919-1943

folder 8

Part II: Academic and administrative, 1944-1947

folder 9

Part III: Academic and administrative, 1948-1951

folder 10

Part IV: Academic and administrative, 1952

folder 11

Part V: Academic and administrative, 1953

folder 12

Part VI: Campus development plan (physical), 1947-1953

folder 13

Part VII: Educational policy, especially the problem of industrial arts, 1943-1958

 

SANTA BARBARA COLLEGE, Fraternity and Sorority housing:

folder 14

Part I: 1950-1955

folder 15

Part II: 1956-1958

 

SANTA BARBARA COLLEGE: PROVOST (Successor to Williams):

folder 16

Part I: General: essential qualification, nominating committee, etc, 1951-1954

folder 17

Part II: Possible candidates, 1951-1957

folder 18

Part III: Clark Kuebler, 1953-

box 32, folder 1

SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE, SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT

folder 2

SAPERSTEIN, JEROME, Loan papers

folder 3

SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE, Chair of

 

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION:

folder 4

Part I: General, 1945-1956

 

Part II: (Group I)

folder 5

1. Comparative Law (Proposed Journal)

folder 6

2. Comparative Psychology Monographs

folder 7

3. Journal of Dental Education

folder 8

4. A Journal in Mathematical Statistics

folder 9

5. Pacific Historical Review

folder 10

6. Philosophy Journal (Proposed Journal)

folder 11

7. Romance Philology

folder 12

8. The Trollopian

folder 13

9. Western Folklore

 

Part III: (Group II)

folder 14

1. American Journal of Archaeology

folder 15

2. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America

folder 16

3. Far Easternly Quarterly, 1947-1954

folder 17

4. Hispanic-American Review

folder 18

5. Pacific Journal of Mathematics

folder 19

6. Pacific Spectator, 1946-1957

folder 20

7. American Slavic and East European Review, 1947-1957

folder 21

8. Modern Language Forum

folder 22

9. American Names Society (Proposed Journal), 1952-1956

folder 23

SCHOLARSHIPS, 1941-49

folder 24

SCHOLARSHIPS, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, Berkeley and Statewide, 1934-1957

folder 25

SCHOLARSHIPS, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, UCLA, 1934-1957

folder 26

SCRIPPS ESTATES ASSOCIATION, Housing

 

SCRIPPS INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY:

folder 27

Part I: Directorship including administrative difficulties with Revelle

folder 28

Part II: Fisheries research, 1947-1950

folder 29

Part III University Wide Institute of Marine Resources and Tuna Boat Association, 1950-1955

folder 30

Part IV: Fisheries Research Laboratory of the Hooper Foundation: proposed integration with Institute of Marine Resources, 1952-1954

folder 31

SCRIPPS INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY, ESTABLISHMENT OF, 1911-1925

folder 32

SEDIMENTOLOGY PROJECT OF THE AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, 1949-1954

folder 33

SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND REPLACEMENT OF DR. TAGGART

folder 34

SOCIAL WELFARE, SCHOOL OF, DEANSHIP

folder 35

SOCIAL WORK TRAINING AT UCLA

folder 36

SPIRITUAL MOBILIZATION: Fifield, 1940-1952

 

SPROUL, PRESIDENT ROBERT GORDON, Biographical data on (Permanently with RG Sproul personal papers)

 

SPROUL, PRESIDENT ROBERT GORDON, RETIREMENT ALLOWANCE, 1939-1955 (Permanently with RG Sproul personal papers)

box 33, folder 1

STANLEY, WENDELL, Appointment and organization of Biochemistry, Berkeley including Plant Biochemistry of College of Agriculture relationship with Department of Biochemistry in the College of Letters & Sciences, 1947-1954

folder --

STATE ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL (NIF 1/97)

folder 2

STATE BUILDING NEEDS SURVEY. President's Membership on Advisory Committee, 1954

 

STATE FAIR AND EXPOSITION FUND:

folder 3

Part I: 1933-1940

folder 4

Part II: 1941-1946

folder 5

Part III: 1947-1948

folder 6

Part IV: Policy, 1935-1957, including Livesey report on history of fund, 1948

folder 7

STATE MEDICAL LIBRARY

folder 8

STREETER COLLECTION, 1947-1953

folder 9

STUDENT BODY FEES (not incidental fee, not tuition fee), l933- 1955

folder 10

STUDENT DISCIPLINE

 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE:

folder 11

Part I: 1932-1943 inclusive

folder 12

Part II: 1944-1949 inclusive

folder 13A-B

Part III: 1950-1956 inclusive

folder 14

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE, LOS ANGELES

 

STUDENT HOUSING:

 

Part I:

folder 15

A. Statewide policy, 1945-1956

 

B. Dormitory program; revenue bond, financing of:

folder 16

1. 1944-1955

folder 17

2. 1956-1958

box 34, folder 1A-B

Part II: Berkeley Campus, 1911-1958

folder 2

Part III: Davis Campus, 1938-1958

folder 3

Part IV: Los Angeles Campus, 1938-1958

folder 4

Part V: Riverside Campus, 1945-1958

folder 5

Part VI: San Francisco Campus, 1942-1957

folder 6

Part VII: Santa Barbara Campus, 1943-1958

folder 7

STUDENT MEETINGS, 1930-1945

folder 8

STUDENT MEMORIAL UNION, General Comment

 

STUDENT MEMORIAL UNION, BERKELEY:

folder 9

Part I: General, 1951-1957

folder 10

Part II: Financing of, 1953-1957

folder 11

STUDENT MEMORIAL UNION, DAVIS, 1946-1955

folder 12

STUDENT MEMORIAL UNION, LOS ANGELES, 1947-1958

folder 13

STUDENT MEMORIAL UNION, SANTA-BARBARA, 1953-1955

 

STUDENT MEMORIAL UNION, SAN FRANCISCO:

folder 14

Part I: 1941-1950 inclusive

folder 15

Part II: Proposed building program for California Medical Center Memorial Union, 1949

folder 16

Part III: Combined structure to house student union, nurses residence, interns' quarters, etc, 1952-1958

box 35, folder 1

STUDENT NEWSPAPERS:

 

Part I: As affecting public relations

 

Part II: Daily Californian:

folder 2

A. Problem of propaganda in and possible control of

folder 3

B. Advisory Board

folder 4

Part III: Daily Bruin

folder 5

Part IV: Advertising in, 1943-1958

folder 6

STUDENT PROBLEMS, 1930-1937

folder -

SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

box 35:7 to 36:10

Part I (4.1.49) to XIX (1954) inclusive ("Loyalty Oath Newspaper Clippings")

folder 11

SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES: #666, Communism in Other Universities, 1949-1953 (also see #666- Bound Folders)

box 36, folder 12

SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES: #666 & #666#2, Outside Comments and Publications, 1949-1953

 

SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES:

 

Part I Academic Senate

folder 13

A. 1949-11.7.49

folder 14

B. 11.8.49 to 4.21.50

box 37, folder 1

C. Alumni compromise

folder 2A-B

D. 4.22.50 to 8.25.50 meeting of the Regents

folder 3

E. Committee on Academic Freedom from 5.1.50 when established to present

folder 4

F. Committee on Privilege and Tenure- report to the President (in pursuance of the resolution of the Regents adopted April 21, 1950)

folder 5

G. 8.26. 50 to April 1951 and the court decision

folder 6

H. From April 1951

 

I. Special files:

folder 7

1. Arragon File and AAUP inquiry

folder 8

2. Wenger poll

folder 9

3. Davisson Committee

folder 10

4. AAUP Report

 

Part II: California State Legislature:

folder 11

A. California State Oath (Levering Act), including Case of Russell Fraser and Propositions 5 & 6 on November 1952 State Ballot

folder 12

B. Correspondence with Legislators, activities of the Legislature and Tenney Bills

folder 13

C. Un-American Activities Committee, including correspondence with Senators Tenney and Dilworth. Appendix: Names of UC faculty members listed in index to Un-American Activities Committee Reports

folder 14

D. Burns Committee: appointment of contact man to serve as liaison between Un-American Activities Committee and California colleges and universities (Confidential file)

folder 15

E. Burns Committee: Memos (Permanent with RG Sproul Papers)

folder 16

F. Burns Committee: press clippings

folder 17

Part III: Declinations of appointment

 

Part IV: Faculty correspondence:

folder 18

A. A through E

folder 19

B. F through J

box 38, folder 1

C. K through P

folder 2

D. Q through Z

 

Part V: Faculty correspondence: Non-Senate Academic Employees:

folder 3

A. A through L

folder 4

B. M through Z

folder 5

C. Case of David Irving Fox

folder 6

D. Non-Senate Academic Employees (NSAE) and Academic Assembly

 

Part VI: Faculty Correspondence: Non-Academic

folder 7

A. A through L, including Clinical & Non-Academic

folder 8

B. M through Z, including Clinical & Non-Academic

folder 9

C. Zanger, Leonie Loeb: Governor Warren's charges of Communist affiliations of

 

Part VII: Faculty litigants (Destroyed)

 

Part VIII: Faculty Correspondence:

folder 10

A. Special Cases

folder 11

B. Kenneth MacGowan

folder 12

C. Case of Sherman and Pasternak

folder 13

D. Protests and refusals to sign 1951-1952 contracts

folder 14

E. Case of L.C. Powell, Librarian

folder 15

F. Dr. Thomas A. Bisson: Governor Warren's charges of Communist affiliations of (statement by T.A. Bisson attached in separate folder)

folder 16

G. Phillips: Governor Warren's charges of Communist affiliations of

folder 17

H. Miller: Governor Warren's charges of Communist affiliations of

 

I. Hall, Thomas Charles, Jr: Governor Warren's charges of Communist affiliations of (NIF 1/97)

folder 18

Part IX: Legal case of Tolman et al versus the Regents

 

Part X: Mechanics of administration:

folder 19

A. Prior to April 21, 1950, including special cases applying to: aliens, Extension Division, Hastings & California School of Fine Arts, teaching assistants, other affirmations

folder 20

B. After April 21, 1950, including special cases applying to: Summer Sessions, teaching assistants (NSAE), other affirmations (equivalents)

folder 21

C. 1951-1952, including implementation of Loyalty policies

folder 22

D. Appointment contracts forms

folder 23

E. Origins of the Loyalty oath

folder 24

F. Retirement benefits of non-signers

folder 25

G. Rehiring of non-signers; background to 11.21.52, including specific cases

box 39, folder 1

H. Rehiring of non-signers following Regents' action of 11.21.52, including problem of back pay, travel allowance, etc.

 

I. Rehiring of non-signers: cases

folder 2

1. Brayfield, Arthur H.

folder 3

2. Caughey, John

folder 4

3. Coffey, Hubert S.

folder 5

4. Doyle, Leonard A.

folder 6

5. Hodgen, Margaret

folder 7

6. Kelley, J.L.

folder 8

7. Lewis, Harold W

folder 9

8. Lewy, Hans

folder 10

9. Muscatine, Charles S.

folder 11

10. O'Gorman, John M.

folder 12

11. Olschki, Leonard

folder 13

12 Sanford, R. Nevitt

folder 14

13. Saxson, David

folder 15

14. Schafer, Edward H.

folder 16

15. Tolman, Edward C.

folder 17

16. Winkler, Harold

folder 18

17. Edelstein, Ludwig

folder 19

18. Fussell, Edwin S.

folder 20

19. Kantorowicz, Ernst

folder 21

20. Loewenberg, Jacob

folder 22

21. Peters, Stefan

folder 23

22. Rogerson, Brewster

folder 24

23. Sperry, Pauline

folder 25

24. Wick, Gian Carlo

 

Part XI: Public Relations:

folder 26

A. General, including Hollywood Life

folder 27

B. President's statement and speeches

folder 28

C. Faculty statements and publications, including Year of the Oath

folder 29

D. Regent Neylan's attack on Public Relations Department

folder 30

Part XII: Regents; correspondence with

folder 31

Part XII-A: Neylan's interpretation of Alumni compromise of April 21, 1950

folder 32

Part XIII: Resignations

 

Part XIV: Scholarly protests:

folder 33

A. General and M UP, various chapters

folder 34

B. Scholarly organizations

 

Part XV: Statistics:

folder 35

A. 1949-1950

folder 36

B. 1950-

 

Part XVI: Students

folder --

A. Subversive activities, including general policy and specific cases: Grossman, Strack, Luke, Drake, Edelman, Litwack (NIF 1/97)

box 40, folder 1

B. On Loyalty Oath and academic freedom, Student Organizations, including: ASUC, NSA, YMCA, GSA, PSA-YP, Associated Students-Social Welfare, "I" House Joint Council, Daily Californian

folder 2

C. Right of Communists, Progressives and Socialists to speak on campus. general policy and case of Max Schachtman

folder 3

D. Right of Communists, Progressives and Socialists to Speak on Campus. cases: Phillips, Laski, Wallace

 

Part XVII: Tenure:

folder 4

A. Background, 1919-1947

folder 5A-B

B. Supporting cases, 1913-1952

folder 6A-B

C. 1950-1954, especially Academic Senate committee and actions

folder 7

Part XVIII: Alumni correspondence since compromise

folder 8

Part XIX: Congressional investigations, 1953

 

Part XX: Loyalty Oath - Non-Signers

 

Part XIX: Congressional investigations, 1953

folder 9A-B

A. Appleman to Kent

folder 10

B. Lewis to Yerushalmy

 

Part XXI: Miscellaneous Hearing Committee reports- President's recommendations

folder 11

A. Brackbill- Glieve

folder 12

B. Gordon- Peters

folder 13

C. Phelan- Zellner

 

SUMMER SESSIONS:

folder 14

Part I: General, 1943-1957

folder 15

Part II: Summer term

folder 16

Part III: Payment of Summer Session salary and bonus

folder 17

SUTRO LIBRARY

 

TELEVISION:

 

Part I: Television California and proposed gift from Edwin Pauley:

box 41, folder 1

A. 1948-1949

folder 2

B. 1953-1956

 

Part II: Educational uses of, and consideration of, by the University:

folder 3

A. Promotional material and investigation into field of educational TV, 1949-1952

folder 4

B. Formation of BAETA and application for Channel 9, 1950-1952

folder 5

C. Formation of BAETA and application for Channel 9, 1953

folder 6

D. BAETA, President's membership in and directorate of, 1952-1957 (RG Sproul personal file)

folder 7

E. BAETA, finances, budget and campaign for funds, 1953-1958

folder 8

Part III: University Wide survey of use and placement of TV receivers and antennae

folder 9

Part IV: Mobile unit for Los Angeles

folder 10

Part V: Statewide Administration (Extension or Public Relations, etc. ); policy for instructional or commercial uses (questions other than BAETA), 1953-

folder --

TITLES, CLINICAL, Use of, 1931-1955 (NIF 1/97)

folder 11

TITLES, Use of: Acting, Associate and Lecturer, 1931-1957

folder 12

TROPICAL MEDICINE

folder 13A-B

TUITION FEES IN PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS, 1930-1954

 

TUMOR REGISTRY: See Cancer Research Project, San Francisco

 

MARK TWAIN PAPERS:

folder 14

Part I: Sale of love letters

folder 15

Part II: Editorship of, since death of Dixon Wecter

folder 16

Part III: Samossoud gift to UC, transfer from Huntington and insurance on, 1949-1954

folder 17

Part IV: Dorothy Quick Gift

folder 18

Part V: Judd Gift

folder 19

Part VI: Moffett Collection. 1953-1954

folder 20

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES AND RECORDS, 1945-1957

folder 21

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. Affiliation of non-University groups, 1955-1957

folder 22

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. Proper designation of campuses, 1927-1957

 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AIRPORT:

folder 23

Part I: History, 1948-1952

folder 24

Part II: Operation and capital improvements, 1949-1955

folder 25

UNIVERSITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, LOS ANGELES

folder 26

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION: DIRECTOR

 

UNIVERSITY PRESS & PRINTING OFFICE. Management:

box 42, folder 1

Part I: 1949-1950

folder 2

Part II: Reorganization, 1951 -

folder 3

Part III: Financial operations, including criticism of University Press' outside printing policies and question of subsidization, 1951-1954

folder 4

VACCINATION REQUIREMENT. Regents' ruling

folder 5

VAVRA PROPERTY, 1947-1958

folder 6

VETERANS REHABILITATION (Public Law 16)

folder 7

VETERANS VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION GUIDANCE CENTER

folder 8

VETERINARY SCIENCE

 

VIRUS LABORATORY, Berkeley:

folder 9

Part I: 1946-1950 (Including 1948 grant from Rockefeller Foundation for equipment and research)

folder 10

Part II: 1951-1952

folder 11

VISUAL EDUCATION

folder 12

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

folder 13

WHETMORE INSTITUTE OF VITICULTURE

folder 14

WHITAKER FOREST AND CHILDREN'S DIABETIC CAMP, 1943-1957

folder 15A-B

WHITE MOUNTAIN HIGH ALTITUDE RESEARCH STATION (Under Pace and Cook), 1951-1958

folder 16

WILSON TRACT

folder 17A-B

WOMAN'S FOUNDATION, 1942-1950

folder 18

ZETA PSI PROBLEM IN CONNECTION WITH THE JURISPRUDENCE BUILDING (1946 -)