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Summary Information

University of Mississippi Libraries
Chancellors Collection - John D. Williams
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1946-1968
Date [inclusive]
17.0 Linear feet (34 boxes)
Records of John Davis Williams, Chancellor of The University of Mississippi from 1946 to 1968. Williams presided over the University's rapid expansion following World War II and the integration crisis of 1962. Includes correspondence, speeches, articles, reports, and personal papers.

Preferred Citation

J. D. Williams Collection (MUM00538). Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, University of Mississippi

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Biographical Note

John Davis Williams retired as Chancellor of the University of Mississippi in 1968 after serving in that position twenty-one years. His tenure was longer than any other chancellor in the history of the institution. Williams arrived on the Oxford campus at a time when the University was undergoing rapid change in response to an influx of World War II veterans. He served during the turbulent years of the McCarthy era, and left behind in 1968 a University integrated for the first time after more than a century of segregation. In 1962, his name was coupled with those of Ross Barnett and Robert Kennedy when he attempted to walk a tightrope between the Mississippi Governor, who was determined to maintain the all-white status of the University, and the United States Attorney General, bent upon the admission of James Meredith as the school's first black student.

A career educator, Williams received his B. A. and M. A. degrees from the University of Kentucky, in his native state, and his Ed.D. from Columbia University. He was a teacher, principal, and school superintendent in Kentucky before accepting a position as the head of the Tennessee Valley Authority School in the Norris Dam area of Tennessee, a position which brought him recognition among educators as an innovative leader. There, removed from the influence of state politicians, Williams set up in 1934 a school which gave no grades (except for students wishing to transfer elsewhere) and which encouraged teachers to take students off campus in order to utilize every available teaching aid.

Between 1935 and 1942 Williams served as director of the University School at the University of Kentucky and completed work at Columbia for the doctorate in education. He was President of Marshall College, Huntington, West Virginia, 1942-1946. With a wide ranging background in education and a reputation in administration preceding him, Williams came to Oxford to accept the Chancellorship of the University of Mississippi in 1946. Chancellor Williams' handling of the two most pressing issues at the University, rapid expansion and integration, likely will attract most researchers to these papers but other aspects of his career also are documented in the collection. He was involved with the Armed Forces Educational Program from 1953 to 1957, and in 1955 made a trip to England, Germany, Holland, and France to inspect U. S. military educational programs in those countries. He served on the Tenth Civil Service Regional Loyalty Board, the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (Memphis branch), and, in 1962, was named President of the National Association of State Universities. Chancellor Williams was in a pivotal position during the integration crisis at the University of Mississippi. What he did, and perhaps even more so, what he did not do during the days immediately before and after the admission of James Meredith will long be a subject of interest to researchers. The Chancellor attempted to maintain a delicate balance between the various forces that came to bear on the campus during those eventful days: the President of the United States, the Attorney General, Governor Barnett, the Mississippi Board of Trustees of Institutions of Higher Learning, the state and federal judiciary, the national and international press, the National Guard and the student body.

The first two years after his retirement from the University of Mississippi Williams spent as a project specialist in education for the Ford Foundation's Southeast Asia Ministries of Education (SEAME). The eight member states then comprising the organization were Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and South Vietnam. At the conclusion of this stint with the Foundation, Williams returned to Oxford, Mississippi.

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Scope and Content

The J. D. Williams Collection illustrates the functioning of the chancellorship of a state university and documents a lengthy and varied career in education administration. However, it is deficient in materials pertaining directly to the integration crisis at the University of Mississippi.

The Collection was transferred from Dr. Williams' office in the Alumni House, University of Mississippi, to the Library, Department of Archives and Special Collections, February 3, 1978. It arrived in two metal file cabinets, each approximately 3' x 4' x 1.5', each containing four drawers. The cabinets were filled with various materials, mostly papers but also books, albums, loose photographs, and other items mentioned in this guide. Arrangement of papers was primarily chronological. Despite some misfiling, items were well ordered.

Correspondence Much of the correspondence of the J. D. Williams Collection generated by the integration crisis concerns the speech Williams made before the Commonwealth Club of California, February 21, 1963. Responses from educators, business leaders, and members of the broadcast and newspaper media to whom copies of the speech were sent by the University are found comprehensively in the correspondence, as is a brief critical note on the speech from University of Mississippi Professor James Silver to Williams, February 22, 1963. Other correspondents of the period represented in the Collection include University of Oklahoma Vice President (later President) Peter McCarter, Col. Fred Harris of the United States Army, and University of Kentucky President H. L. Donovan.

Of possible interest are: (1-3) documentation of Williams' move from Marshall College to the University of Mississippi. (1-11) an invitation to Williams to attend the opening of California Tech's Mt. Palomar Observatory (1948). (3-1) exchange of notes with Jill Faulkner concerning her trip with her father, William Faulkner, to the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm (January 1951). (3-5) a letter from Williams to the President of the University of Kentucky, sympathizing with him in the wake of the 1952 basketball scandal at that school, one of the worst such scandals in the history of college basketball. (3-12) Williams' letter (October 13, 1953) to Arthur H. Sutzberger, President of the New York Times, expressing appreciation for a pleasurable visit they had in conjunction with the Bicentennial Celebration of Columbia University. (4-4) correspondence relevant to the Hall of History scheme, particularly a 1954 letter informing Williams that the charter had been surrendered to the State of Georgia. (4-5) a letter (August 23, 1954) from Williams to Professor Stoke of the University of Washington Graduate School about Professor Schur's aborted attempt to investigate practices at the Mississippi State Penitentiary. (4-6) correspondence concerning the ill feeling between wealthy benefactor Robert M. Carrier (donor of funds for engineering building and scholarship program) and Dr. James Silver of the University's Department of History, who did considerable work on a Carrier biography before the project was discontinued (1954). (4-8) letter from MGM executive to Williams stating thatthose concerned with the filming of "Intruder in the Dust" had an enjoyable time in Mississippi (January 5, 1955). (4-10) a letter from R. C. Cook, Vice President and General Manager of Jackson, Mississippi State Times (May 31, 1955) who was not allowed by the Mississippi State Board of Trustees of Institutions of Higher Learning to return to the Oxford campus (to teach?). (5-9) a fatherly letter from Williams' life-long friend J. B. Shouse of Huntington, West Virginia, admonishing him to "open up" and make a meaningful contribution to educational literature (7 December 1957). (5-11) correspondence relative to Williams' trip to Mexico in 1958. (6-5) note dated September 1, 1961, from Williams to Henry Luce of Life, commenting on the magazine's article, "Beauty Queens to Spare". (7-5) Jacqueline Kennedy's thank you for condolences, received March 20, 1964. (7-6) note of appreciation to the President of the University of Tokyo for an enjoyable trip there in 1965 in connection with the International Association of University Presidents. (7-9) Williams' letter to the State Board suggesting that they begin the selection process for his successor (January 19, 1967).

Most letters from Williams are typewritten by University secretaries, many stapled to incoming letters to which they refer. Numerous letters concern matters of routine pertaining to organizational work including Williams' activities with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (Memphis branch) (a meeting of the Reserve Board was held on the Ole Miss campus in 1955), the Tenth Civil Service Regional Loyalty Board, for which Williams adjudicated employee loyalty cases until the Board was disbanded May 28, 1953, and various charitable, social, and fraternal organizations (Newcomen Society, Committee on Power and Light, March of Dimes, Rotary, Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta P1 Epsilon, etc. Correspondence is chronologically ordered.

Speeches and Articles As might be expected, the life long teacher and administrator was called on to make numerous speeches. These are mainly in typescript form. Notable among these speeches, at least in terms of subsequent reaction is Williams' Commonwealth Club address. This address is in the Collection in typewritten form with emendations and in a later version "The University and Integration."

From Williams' earlier career is a speech he delivered a month after the Norris School opened its doors for the first time. In it Williams gives a description of the school's and his educative philosophy. Williams' years as President of Marshall College are represented in the collection by a number of speeches including one for the American Institute of Banking (September 12, 1942), an introduction for Mlle. Curie (December 1, 1942), and an untitled speech on army enlistment in the post World War II era. Williams' commencement address at the University of Kentucky, delivered two years after he became Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, is also in the Collection. From the 1950s are remarks he made October 2, 1952, at the inauguration of President Homer Ellis Finger of Millsaps College; "The Market Place of Ideas," delivered to a Lions District Convention January 20, 1957; "Promoting World Peace and Mutual Understanding through Exchange Scholarships" (March 11, 1957); and "Mississippi's Secret Weapon Brainpower" (1958). In this last speech Williams alludes to the Russian satellites, Sputniks I and II, which were prominent in the news that year. The most notable Williams speech of the 1950's is "Higher Education and the Growth of the South," delivered October 8, 1954, to the National Conference of Educational writers meeting in Ashville, North Carolina.

From the climactic year of 1962 are remarks to the Alumni Board of Directors and the University Development Committee, November 9. In this talk, entitled "The State of the University," the Chancellor depicts Ole Miss as strong and the outlook hopeful only a few short weeks after the campus riot. From the same year is a speech delivered to the Greenville Lions and Kiwanis Clubs (October 31), "Another Mississippi Story" which begins with Thomas Paine's famous statement "These are the times that try men's souls." Other speeches in the Collection include: (1) Williams' speech to the "Institute on Institutional Research," meeting in Tallahassee, Florida, July 1960, in which he called for businesslike operation of the nation's state universities. (2) "The New Student on the American Campus" (1967). (3) "From Idea to Accepted Practice Via the Regional Education Lab," (to the Greenwood Rotary Club, September 16, 1968). (4) a University of Mississippi Medical Center address (1974) and numerous high school and college commencement addresses, graduation speeches, introductions for speakers, church group addresses, and talks to faculty and student groups at Ole Miss. Copies of "The Chancellor's Page," Williams' regular contribution to the Alumni Review, are available, including a 1963 issue in which the Chancellor compares the Ole Miss library to the libraries of the University of Tennessee, University of Alabama, and Louisiana State University in terms of numbers of volumes held.

Speeches by others: Hume, Alfred. Remarks on the occasion of the unveiling of his portrait (1949). Kennedy, Senator Robert. Address at the University of Mississippi (1966). Rose, President of the University of Alabama. Address honoring Williams on the occasion of his retirement as Chancellor of the University of Mississippi. Speeches are chronologically ordered.

Books, albums, calendars, etc. Baptist Hospital handbook for Trustees. Black Monday, by Tom Brady. Inscribed to Williams by Brady. Calendars, appointment. 1947-69, 1971-72, 1974-75 (two and three calendars for many of these years). Calendars, desk. 1968, 1971-74. Diary by Williams, 1 August-12 September 1942. European trip materials (military education, 1955). Favorite Axioms of Today's Educators. Book. The Future of the South and Higher Education. Book published in 1968 by the Southern Regional Education Board, of which J.D. Williams was a member. Japan trip and world trip materials (1965). Marshall College. Congratulations upon assuming the Presidency of the College. Marshall College yearbook (1946). Masfield, John. Poem: "The University" (a favorite of Williams, who kept copies and quoted from it in several speeches). Mississippi. The University of Mississippi and the Meredith Case. This was a booklet published by the University, November 15, 1962. National Security, Information on Foreign Aspects of a 1957 conference in Washington attended by Williams. Retirement Fund subscriber's list (Williams retirement). Southern Studies, Center for. Consultancy report by Dr. Brown of the University of Mississippi (includes comments on oral history). United States Government D.D. 48 Personal Security form for Williams. Williams, J. D. Biographical data prepared for Who's Who.

Miscellaneous Plaques, certificates, medals, etc.: Army, U. S. Medal awarded Williams for service to the Army. Clarion-Ledger Citation from the Jackson, Mississippi newspaper on the tenth anniversary of this Ole Miss Chancellorship (1956). Kentucky, University of. Citation congratulating Williams on his being named Chancellor of the University of Mississippi. Kentucky, University of. Citation for Distinguished Alumnus. Kentucky, University of. Paperweight, part of Distinguished Alumnus award. Kentucky Colonel citation. Kentucky teacher's certificate. Lamar Society certificate. Marriage certificate (1901) of his parents, also records from the Williams family Bible and the law licenses of his father. Memphis Cotton Carnival. Proclamation by "King" of the carnival (1957). Mississippi State University. Plaque honoring Dr. and Mrs. Williams upon occasion of his retirement from chancellorship (December 2, 1967). Mississippi, University of. Alumni Hall of Fame plaque. Mississippi, University of. Citation signed by Chancellor Porter Fortune honoring Williams, his predecessor. Navy, U. S. Citation for service in the Navy. Omicron Delta Kappa certificate. Phi Sigma Kappa certificate. Reserve Officer Training Corps. Williams described as "most reliable" (1923). School Transcripts: University of Cincinnati, University of Kentucky, Columbia University. West Virginia Wesleyan College. Doctor of Laws degree (1946). University Presidents, International Association of, certificate.

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 Updated, Susan Ivey. 2016

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The Collection was transferred from Dr. Williams' office in the Alumni House, University of Mississippi, to the Library, Department of Archives and Special Collections, February 3, 1978.

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Related Materials

Separated Materials

Photographs removed to University Archives Photographs Box 15. Clippings removed to Vertical File. University or Mississippi. Chancellors. J. D. Williams.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Williams, J.D. (John Davis)


  • Education, Higher
  • Segregation in education
  • Segregation in education -- Mississippi -- Oxford
  • University of Mississippi -- History

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence: Boxes 1-7 

Box 1: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1934-1948. 

Folder 1.1: December 1934 - June 1935. 

Folder 1.2: August 1942, July - December 1945. 

Folder 1.3: January - July 1946. 

Folder 1.4: August - December 1946. 

Folder 1.5: January - February 1947. 

Folder 1.6: March - April 1947. 

Folder 1.7: May - June 1947. 

Folder 1.8: July - October 1947. 

Folder 1.9:  November - December 1947, January - February 1948. 

Folder 1.10: March - April 1949. 

Folder 1.11: May - June 1948. 

Folder 1.12: July - December 1948. 

Box 2: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1949-1950. 

Folder 2.1: January - February 1949. 

Folder 2.2: March - June 1949. 

Folder 2.3: July - September 1949. 

Folder 2.4: October - December 1949. 

Folder 2.5: January - February 1950. 

Folder 2.6: March - April 1950. 

Folder 2.7: May - June 15, 1950. 

Folder 2.8: 16-30 June 1950. 

Folder 2.9: July - August 1950. 

Folder 2.10: September - December 1950. 

Box 3: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1951-1953. 

Folder 3.1: January - April 1951. 

Folder 3.2: May - December 1951. 

Folder 3.3: January - February 1952. 

Folder 3.4: March - April 1952. 

Folder 3.5: May - August 1952. 

Folder 3.6: September - October 1952. 

Folder 3.7: November - December 1952. 

Folder 3.8: January - March 1953. 

Folder 3.9: April - May 1953. 

Folder 3.10: June - July 1953. 

Folder 3.11: August - September 1953. 

Folder 3.12: October - December 1953. 

Box 4: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1954-1955. 

Folder 4.1: January - March 1954. 

Folder 4.2: 7-11 May 1954. 

Folder 4.3: April 1954. 

Folder 4.4: May - June 1954. 

Folder 4.5: July - August 1954. 

Folder 4.6: September - October 1954. 

Folder 4.7: November - December 1954. 

Folder 4.8: January - March 1955. 

Folder 4.9: April 1955. 

Folder 4.10: May - July 1955. 

Folder 4.11: August - October 1955. 

Folder 4.12: November - December 1955. 

Box 5: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1956-1958. 

Folder 5.1: January - February 1956. 

Folder 5.2: March - May 1956. 

Folder 5.3: June - August 1956. 

Folder 5.4: September 1956. 

Folder 5.5: October - December 1956. 

Folder 5.6: January - March 1957. 

Folder 5.7: April - August 1957. 

Folder 5.8: September - November 1957. 

Folder 5.9: December 1957. 

Folder 5.10: January - May 1958. 

Folder 5.11: June - December 1958. 

Box 6: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1959 - 11 April 1963. 

Folder 6.1: January - December 1959. 

Folder 6.2: January - December 1960. 

Folder 6.3: January - March 1961. 

Folder 6.4: April - June 1961. 

Folder 6.5: July - September 1961. 

Folder 6.6: October - December 1961. 

Folder 6.7: January - May 1962. 

Folder 6.8: June - December 1962. 

Folder 6.9: January - 25 February 1963. 

Folder 6.10: 26-28 February 1963. 

Folder 6.11: March 1963. 

Folder 6.12: 2-11 April 1963. 

Box 7: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 12 April 1963 - 1975. 

Folder 7.1: 12-31 April 1963. 

Folder 7.2: 4-7 May 1963. 

Folder 7.3: 8 May - October 1963. 

Folder 7.4: November - December 1963. 

Folder 7.5: January - May 1964. 

Folder 7.6: 1964-1965. 

Folder 7.7: January - June 1967. 

Folder 7.8: July 1967. 

Folder 7.9: August - December 1967. 

Folder 7.10: January - February 1968. 

Folder 7.11: January 1975. 

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Speeches: Boxes 8-13 

Box 8: Speeches, 1934-1955. 

Folder 8.1: 1934-1936. 

Folder 8.2: 1942-1945. 

Folder 8.3: 1946. 

Folder 8.4: 1947. 

Folder 8.5: 1948. 

Folder 8.6: 1949. 

Folder 8.7: 1950. 

Folder 8.8: 1951. 

Folder 8.9: 1952. 

Folder 8.10: 1953. 

Folder 8.11: 1954. 

Folder 8.12: 1954. 

Folder 8.13: 1955. 

Folder 8.14: 1955. 

Box 9: Speeches, 1956-1958. 

Folder 9.1: 1956. 

Folder 9.2: 1956. 

Folder 9.3: 1956. 

Folder 9.4: 1956. 

Folder 9.5: 1956. 

Folder 9.6: 1957. 

Folder 9.7: 1957. 

Folder 9.8: 1958. 

Folder 9.9: 1958. 

Folder 9.10: 1958. 

Box 10: Speeches, 1958-1960. 

Folder 10.1: 1958. 

Folder 10.2: 1958. 

Folder 10.3: 1959. 

Folder 10.4: 1959. 

Folder 10.5: 1960. 

Folder 10.6: 1960. 

Folder 10.7: 1960. 

Folder 10.8: 1960. 

Folder 10.9: 1960. 

Folder 10.10: 1960. 

Box 11: Speeches, 1961-1963. 

Folder 11.1: 1963. 

Folder 11.2: 1964. 

Folder 11.3: 1961. 

Folder 11.4: 1961. 

Folder 11.5: 1962. 

Folder 11.6: 1962. 

Folder 11.7: 1962. 

Folder 11.8: 1963. 

Folder 11.9: 1963. 

Folder 11.10: 1963. 

Box 12: Speeches, 1963-1967. 

Folder 12.1: 1963. 

Folder 12.2: 1964. 

Folder 12.3: 1964. 

Folder 12.4: 1964. 

Folder 12.5: 1964. 

Folder 12.6: 1965. 

Folder 12.7: 1965. 

Folder 12.8: 1965. 

Folder 12.9: 1966. 

Folder 12.10: 1966. 

Folder 12.11: 1966. 

Folder 12.12: 1967. 

Box 13: Speeches, 1967-1973, undated. 

Folder 13.1: 1967. 

Folder 13.2: 1967. 

Folder 13.3: 1968-1973. 

Folder 13.4: Undated. 

Folder 13.5: Undated. 

Folder 13.6: Undated. 

Folder 13.7: Undated. 

Folder 13.8: Undated. 

Folder 13.9: Undated. 

Folder 13.10: Undated. 

Folder 13.11: Undated. 

Folder 13.12: Undated. 

Folder 13.13: Undated. 

Folder 13.14: Undated. 

Folder 13.15: Undated. 

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Miscellaneous and Personal Papers: Boxes 14-16 

Box 14. 

Folder 14.1: Biographical data. 

Folder 14.2: Employment contracts. 

Folder 14.3: Miscellaneous papers from various professional associations. 

Folder 14.4: Newcomen Society papers. 

Folder 14.5: Retirement papers. 

Folder 14.6: Miscellaneous documents regarding University of Mississippi. 

Folder 14.7: Miscellaneous documents from University of Mississippi Department of Education. 

Folder 14.8: Miscellaneous personal papers. 

Folder 14.9: Miscellaneous documents from Conference on Foreign Aspects of U. S. National Security. 

Folder 14.10: Miscellaneous papers from Mississippi Industrial College and Marshall College. 

Folder 14.11: Miscellaneous papers from 1964 White House Visit. 

Folder 14.12: Miscellaneous papers regarding education. 

Folder 14.13: Material from J. D. Williams' European trip for the Defense Department, 31 October - 15 November 1955. 

Box 15. 

Folder 15.1: Passport. 

Folder 15.2: Articles by J.D. Williams. 

Folder 15.3: Articles by J.D. Williams. 

Folder 15.4: Kinabrew speech on Economic Development in Mississippi. 

Folder 15.5: University of Mississippi 10-Year Report, 1956. 

Folder 15.6: Ole Miss Alumni Review, Fall 1967. 

Folder 15.7: Baptist Memorial Hospital Handbook for Trustees. 

Folder 15.8: "The Oxford Disaster ... Price of Defiance," by Karl Wiesenburg, 1962. 

Folder 15.9: Autograph copy of Black Monday by Tom P. Brady. 

Folder 15.10: The Future South and Higher Education, Southern Regional Economic Board. 1968. 

Folder 15.11: Favorite Axioms of Today's Educators. 

Box 16. 

Folder 16.1: "University of Kentucky Distinguished Alumni." 1967. 

Folder 16.2: "Report to the People," published by the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission. c. 1957. 

Folder 16.3: "The Right to Know," Public Administration Survey (University, MS). November 1973. 

Folder 16.4: J.D. Williams Diary. 1942. 

Folder 16.5: Miscellaneous programs. 

Folder 16.6: Miscellaneous programs. 

Folder 16.7: Ford Foundation Report, 1971. 

Folder 16.8: The University of Mississippi and the Meredith Case. 1962. 

Folder 16.9: Marshall College Yearbook, 1946. 

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Appointment Calendars: Boxes 17-18 

Box 17: Appointment Calendars 

Box 18: Appointment Calendars. 

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Scrapbooks, Oversized, and Artifacts: Boxes 19-22 

Box 19: Retirement Scrapbooks (2) and Baptist Memorial HospitalBoard of Visitors Agenda. February 1968. 

Box 20: Miscellaneous plaques, framed items, certificates, diplomas, and scrapbooks. Oversized. 

Box 21: Miscellaneous plaques, framed items, certificates, diplomas and scrapbooks. Oversized. 

Box 22. 

University of Kentucky Centennial Lucite Paperweight. Artifact Tray. 1965. 

U.S. Civilian Service Medal. Artifact Tray. 

Scope and Content

See also First Federal Foundation Awards (University of Mississippi Small Manuscripts) and photographs removed to the University Archives Photograph Collection.

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Athletics and Athletics Department: Boxes 23-24 

Box 23. 

Folder 23.1: Sugar Bowl, 1960. 

Folder 23.2: Sugar Bowl, 1953. 

Folder 23.3: Bluebonnet Bowl Game, 1956. 

Folder 23.4: Cotton Bowl, 1962. 

Folder 23.5: Cotton Bowl, 1955. 

Folder 23.6: Gator Bowl, 1958. 

Folder 23.7: Withdrawal from basketball tournament in Kentucky, 1956. 

Folder 23.8: Swimming pool, November 1935 - June 1946. 

Folder 23.9: Peach Bowl, 1971. 

Folder 23.10: Sugar Bowl, 1964. 

Folder 23.11: Sugar Bowl, 1970. 

Folder 23.12: Gator Bowl, 1971. 

Box 24. 

Folder 24.1: Athletic Department. 1 July 1951 - 30 June 1956. 

Folder 24.2: Athletic Department: Field house additions. 1950-1951. 

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Board of Trustees Reports: Boxes 24-31 

Box 24. 

Folder 24.3: Board of Trustees Reports, 20 June 1968. 

Folder 24.4: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 July 1968. 

Folder 24.5: Board of Trustees Reports, 15 August 1968. 

Folder 24.6: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 May 1968. 

Folder 24.7: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 April 1968. 

Folder 24.8: Board of Trustees Reports, 21 March 1968. 

Folder 24.9: Board of Trustees Reports, 15 February 1968. 

Folder 24.10: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 January 1968. 

Folder 24.11: Board of Trustees Reports, 14 December 1967. 

Folder 24.12: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 November 1967. 

Folder 24.13: Board of Trustees Reports, 19 October 1967. 

Folder 24.14: Board of Trustees Reports, 21 September 1967. 

Box 25. 

Folder 25.1: Board of Trustees Reports, 17 August 1967. 

Folder 25.2: Board of Trustees Reports, 20 July 1967. 

Folder 25.3: Board of Trustees Reports, 29 June 1967. 

Folder 25.4: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 May 1967. 

Folder 25.5: Board of Trustees Reports, 20 April 1967. 

Folder 25.6: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 March 1967. 

Folder 25.7: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 February 1967. 

Folder 25.8: Board of Trustees Reports, 19 January 1967. 

Folder 25.9: Board of Trustees Reports, 15 December 1966. 

Folder 25.10: Board of Trustees Reports, 17 November 1966. 

Folder 25.11: Board of Trustees Reports, 20 October 1966. 

Folder 25.12: Board of Trustees Reports, 6 September 1966. 

Folder 25.13: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 August 1966. 

Folder 25.14: Board of Trustees Reports, 21 July 1966. 

Folder 25.15: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 June 1966. 

Folder 25.16: Board of Trustees Reports, 19 May 1966. 

Folder 25.17: Board of Trustees Reports, 21 April 1966. 

Folder 25.18: Board of Trustees Reports, 24 March 1966. 

Box 26. 

Folder 26.1: Board of Trustees Reports, 7 February 1966. 

Folder 26.2: Board of Trustees Reports, 10 January 1966. 

Folder 26.3: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 December 1965. 

Folder 26.4: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 November 1965. 

Folder 26.5: Board of Trustees Reports, 21 October 1965. 

Folder 26.6: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 September 1965. 

Folder 26.7: Board of Trustees Reports, 19 August 1965. 

Folder 26.8: Board of Trustees Reports, 15 July 1965. 

Folder 26.9: Board of Trustees Reports, 24 June 1965. 

Folder 26.10: Board of Trustees Reports, 20 May 1965. 

Folder 26.11: Board of Trustees Reports, 15 April 1965. 

Folder 26.12: Board of Trustees Reports, 25 March 1965. 

Folder 26.13: Board of Trustees Reports, 18 February 1965. 

Folder 26.14: Board of Trustees Reports, 21 January 1965. 

Folder 26.15: Board of Trustees Reports, 17 December 1964. 

Folder 26.16: Board of Trustees Reports, 19 November 1964. 

Folder 26.17: Board of Trustees Reports, 22 October 1964. 

Folder 26.18: Board of Trustees Reports, 17 September 1964. 

Folder 26.19: Board of Trustees Reports, 20 August 1964. 

Folder 26.20: Board of Trustees Reports, 16 July 1964. 

Box 29. 

Folder 29.1: Statistical Reports from the Board of Trustees, 1957-1964. 

Folder 29.2: Findings by Board of Trustees regarding allegations against the chancellor and university, 1959. 

Folder 29.3: Statistical Reports from the Board of Trustees, 1957-1962. 

Folder 29.4: Statistical Reports from the Board of Trustees, 1962-1969. 

Box 30. 

Access Restrictions

Box 30 is closed.

Folder 30.1: Board of Trustees: Budget Committee, 1964-1969. 

Folder 30.2: Biennial Report of Board of Trustees, 1934-1947. 

Folder 30.3: Medical Center: Biennial Reports, 1957-1959, 1961-1963. 

Box 31. 

Access Restrictions

Box 31 is closed.

Folder 31.1: Biennial Report of Board of Trustees, 1963. 

Folder 31.2: Biennial Report of Board of Trustees, 1959-1961. 

Folder 31.3: Biennial Report of Board of Trustees, 1957-1959. 

Folder 31.4: Board of Trustees correspondence, 1 July 1961 - 30 December 1961. 

Folder 31.5: Board of Trustees: Agenda, Notices, Forms. 1 July 1964 - 30 June 1970. 

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Special Committees: Boxes 27, 28, 32 

Box 27. 

Folder 27.1: State Technical Services Training Act, 1965. 

Folder 27.2: Committee on Student Allocations. 

Folder 27.3: Student Center Building Committee. 

Folder 27.4: Ten Year Report Planning Committee. 

Folder 27.5: Special Committee: University's Relationship to Gulf Coast Research Laboratory. 

Folder 27.6: Special Committee: University's Religious Program. 

Folder 27.7: Special Committee: Use of swimming pool in summer months. 

Folder 27.8: Special Committee: To study Vocational Education Act of 1963. 

Folder 27.9: Who's Who Among Students, 1966. 

Folder 27.10: University Crest and Seal. 

Folder 27.11: Special Committee: To Improve Scholarship Program. 

Folder 27.12: Self Study Steering Committee. 

Folder 27.13: Special Committee: Post Office Building. 

Folder 27.14: Special Committee: To study F.M. Radio. 

Folder 27.15: Special Committee: To study the relationship of pre-professional program to the professional program in medical center. 

Folder 27.16: Special Committee: Review of Business Operations of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1959. 

Folder 27.17: Special Committee: Revising Brochure: Enriching Industry. 

Folder 27.18: Special Committee: Deferred Rush. 

Folder 27.19: Safety Committee. 

Folder 27.20: Special Committee: Sabbatical Leave. 

Folder 27.21: Special Committee: Omnibus Education Bill. 

Folder 27.22: Special Committee: Pharmacy Building. 

Folder 27.23: Special Committee: to study Play School and Kindergarten. 

Folder 27.24: Special Committee: Museum Security, Ad Hoc Committee. 

Folder 27.25: Special Committee: Non-Registered Students in University Housing. 

Folder 27.26: Special Committee: Mississippi Oil Industry. 

Folder 27.27: Special Committee: MEA Committee to plan University's participation in annual convention, 19-20 March 1964. 

Folder 27.28: Miss University Pageant Committee. 

Folder 27.29: Special Committee: Speakers' Program in Mississippi. 

Folder 27.30: Special Committee: Social Gerontology. 

Folder 27.31: Special Committee: Committee for the Southern Association Visit. Fall 1963. 

Folder 27.32: Special Committee: Standardized Testing Program. 

Folder 27.33: Special Committee: Men's Additional Housing. 

Folder 27.34: Special Committee: Humanities Building. 

Folder 27.35: Special Committee: Interdisciplinary committee to consider interdisciplinary projects. 

Folder 27.36: Special Committee: International Education and Affairs. 

Folder 27.37: Special Committee: International Visitors. 

Folder 27.38: Special Committee: Higher Education Act of 1965. 

Folder 27.39: Special Committee: Graduate Building Addition. 

Folder 27.40: Special Committee: Development of Program in Governmental Science. 

Folder 27.41: Special Committee: Calendar Committee for the Performing Arts. 

Folder 27.42: Special Committee: Business Cards. 

Folder 27.43: Special Committee: Planning Committee for Humanities Building (Bishop Hall). 

Folder 27.44: Special Committee: University Advisory Banking. 

Folder 27.45: Special Committee: Mental Health and Mental Retardation. 

Folder 27.46: Special Committee: Advisory Committee on the Mathematics Computer Building. 

Folder 27.47: Special Committee: Mathematics Program. 

Folder 27.48: Special Committee: Early Registration for Law School. 

Folder 27.49: Special Committee: Law School Facilities Addition. 

Folder 27.50: Special Committee: Legislative Contact Committee. 

Folder 27.51: Special Committee: Library Manuscripts. 

Box 28. 

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Folder 28.1: Special Committee: Faculty Senate Study Committee. 

Folder 28.2: Special Committee: Faculty Tenure. 

Folder 28.3: Special Committee: Fallout shelter for students and staff. 

Folder 28.4: Special Committee: Field House. 

Folder 28.5: Special Committee: Communications of America Workers. 

Folder 28.6: Special Committee: Continuation Study Center Expansion. 

Folder 28.7: Special Committee: Coordination of Off Campus Activities. 

Folder 28.8: Special Committee: Development on Foundations and Research. 

Folder 28.9: Special Committee: Dining Hall Adjoining Continuation Center. 

Folder 28.10: Special Committee: Dizzy Dean Day, 7 November 1964. 

Folder 28.11: Special Committee: To study organization of School of Engineering. 

Folder 28.12: Special Committee: City Planning and Architecture. 

Folder 28.13: Special Committee: Regarding the location of Civil Defense Radiological Inspection Munitions Calibration Unit. 

Folder 28.14: Special Committee: use of Coliseum. 

Folder 28.15: Special Committee: Discipline. 

Folder 28.16: Special Committee: Civil War Centennial. 

Folder 28.17: Special Committee: Renovation of Chemistry Building. 

Folder 28.18: Special Committee: Catalogue References to Residence Status and Student Housing. 

Folder 28.19: Special Committee: University Catalog. 

Folder 28.20: Ad Hoc Committee: Campus Performances. 

Folder 28.21: Special Committee: "Calhoun Report" Engineering Education. 

Folder 28.22: Special Committee: New women's dormitory committee. 

Folder 28.23: Special Committee: Athletic Dressing Room Committee. 

Folder 28.24: Special Committee: Alumni House Committee. 

Folder 28.25: Special Committee: to study Academic Honors. 

Folder 28.26: Special Committee: Deanship of School of Business and Government. 

Folder 28.27: Special Committee: Fine Arts Building committee, January 22, 1966. 

Folder 28.28: Special Committee: Forum Committee. 

Folder 28.29: Special Committee: Fulton Chapel. 

Folder 28.30: Special Committee: Faculty Dining Room. 

Folder 28.31: Special Committee: Computer Center, June 1964 - June 1971. 

Folder 28.32: Special Committee: Comptroller's Division (Garwood Matter). 

Box 32. 

Folder 32.1: Special Committee: University Personnel Committee on Policies and Procedures, 1956-1957. 

Folder 32.2: Special Committee: Ole Miss Union Planning Committee. 

Folder 32.3: Special Committee: Place of Residence, 1948-1974. 

Folder 32.4: Special Committee: Race Relations, 1954. 

Folder 32.5: Special Committee: Faculty Research, 1954-1970. 

Folder 32.6: Special Committee: Veterans Outreach, 1963. 

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Conferences and Seminars: Box 33 

Box 33. 

Folder 33.1: Southern University Conference: Committee on Athletics, 1951-1952. 

Folder 33.2: Southwestern Seminar on Urban Policy, November 1964. 

Folder 33.3: Space Utilization Survey, 1952-1954. 

Folder 33.4: Southern University Conferences, 1948-1978. 

Folder 33.5: Southern University Conferences, 1944-1978. 

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Associations, Boards, and Athletics: Box 34 

Box 34. 

Folder 34.1: Southern Regional Education Board, 1964, 1973-1977. 

Folder 34.2: Southern Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities, 1 July 1965 - 30 June 1970. 

Folder 34.3: Southern Forest Experiment Station, 1955-1971. 

Folder 34.4: Sugar Bowl, 1955. 

Folder 34.5: Sugar Bowl, 1953. 

Folder 34.6: Sugar Bowl, 1961. 

Folder 34.7: Liberty Bowl, 1965. 

Folder 34.8: Sugar Bowl, 1968. 

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