History Department Office Materials Edit

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence, alphabetical by topic: A-M; 1961-1962, 1980s-1990s, bulk 1988-1998; Box 146 [14A-G-7B] Files:

    1. American and Ohio Indians

    2. American Association for State and Local History, Nashville, Tennessee

    3. American Heritage Magazine. 1993.

    4. American studies, Case Western Reserve University. 1997.

    5. Archaeology: correspondence

    6. Archaeology: journals, brochures, and subscriptions

    7. Archaeology: news clippings

    8. Audio Visual Request receipts

    9. Audubon Society. 1993.

    10. Beta Theta Pi Long Range Planning Committee. 1997.

    11. Beta Theta Pi Strategic Vision Steering Committee. 1997.

    12. Bethel African Methodist Episcopalian Church Oxford, Ohio

    13. Butler County Historical Society

    14. C-Span Phillip Shriver's talk and discussion: Benjamin Harrison. December 16, 1995, January 1, 1996.

    15. Center for the study of the College Fraternity. 1997.

    16. Central State University Crisis. 1996.

    17. Cincinnati Caledonian Pipe Band

    18. Cincinnati Historical Society. 1987.

    19. Bill Clinton, negative newspaper articles. 1996-1998.

    20. Columbia University. 1997.

    21. Danforth (1982-1986, 1991-1998). 1995-1998.

    22. Darrtown Livestock Protectors Association. 1989-1990.

    23. Delta Upsilon: Miami University, Kent State, National Fraternity. 1989-1998.

    24. Delta Zeta Sorority. 1993-1995.

    25. Walter Farmer correspondence. 1961-1962.

    26. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

    27. Fort Ancient: article for Encyclopedia U.S.A. October 28, 1992.

    28. Four Mile Valley Conservation Trust

    29. Grand Old Man of Miami, Cincinnati Magazine. 1996.

    30. Hamilton Sister Cities Program: Hamilton, OH and Hamilton, Scotland

    31. Harvard University History Department. 1989-1990.

    32. Hayes Presidential Center, Fremont, Ohio. 1987.

    33. Hueston Woods. 1997.

    34. Indian Creek Church. 1982-1992.

    35. Indiana Magazine of History book review on Native American topics. 1993.

    36. John Adams High School Class of 1940 reunion, closing of the school, alumni correspondence. 1990, 1995.

    37. Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame. 1994-1998.

    38. Kent State University. 1990-1997.

    39. Know Them No More Forever: The Miami Removal of 1846 Timeline. November 1993.

    40. Lakeside Cottage Damage Claim. 1992.

    41. Lakeside Founders Society. 1990-1993.

    42. Lakeside History: 125th Anniversary. 1998.

    43. McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital. 1988-1997.

    44. Miami University historical landmarks, enrollment strategies, university image

    45. Miami History (HST 161). Fall 1997. 46. Miami History (HST 261). Fall 1997.

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence, alphabetical by topic: M cont.-W; 1985-2002, bulk 1985-1989; Box 147 [14A-G-7C] Files:

    1. Miami mysteries; Ron Tammen (1953, 1 of 2)

    2. Miami mysteries; Ron Tammen (1953, 2 of 2)

    3. Miami University Information Manual (three-ring binder)

    4. Middletown campus

    5. NASULGC. 1998.

    6. National Museum of the American Indian

    7. Ohio Bicentennial Radio Project

    8. Ohio Historical Society annual report. 1985.

    9. Ohio Humanities Council Alumni Association

    10. Oxford Community Foundation. 1998.

    11. Oxford Presbyterian Church. 1985-1986, 1991.

    12. Personal memorabilia. December 1985.

    13. Personal memorabilia. July-September 1986.

    14. Personal memorabilia. October-December 1986.

    15. Personal memorabilia. 1986-1987.

    16. Personal memorabilia. January-March 1987.

    17. Personal memorabilia. April-June 1987.

    18. Personal memorabilia. July-September 1987.

    19. Personal memorabilia. October-December 1987.

    20. Personal memorabilia. 1987-1988.

    21. Personal memorabilia. January-March 1988.

    22. Personal memorabilia. April-June 1988.

    23. Personal memorabilia. July-September 1988.

    24. Personal memorabilia. October-December 1988.

    25. Personal memorabilia. 1988-1989.

    26. Personal memorabilia. April-June 1989.

    27. Personal memorabilia, mostly Ohio history articles. 1991.

    28. Rotary Club. 1985-1987.

    29. Save Our Span (SOS): Black Covered Bridge

    30. Phillip Shriver biography

    31. W. E. Smith Family Trust. 1998-2001.

    32. David M. Stothers correspondence: The Lost Huron map and Taunton Archives map

    33. Student paper, The Conquest of the Ohio Frontier, 1783-95, John A. Haid (three-ring binder). September 1993.

    34. Student paper, Nuts about Miami!, Janel L. Mills and Aaron P. Simmons. 1993.

    35. U. S. English

    36. U.S.S. Murray (1945) reunion. 1998.

    37. United Campus Ministry. 1985-1987.

    38. Warren County Historical Society. 1986.

    39. Western College for Women photographs and bulletins (1899-1946, bulk early 20th century). 2000.

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Correspondence, alphabetical by topic: W cont.-Z; 1984-1998; Box 148 [14A-H-1A] Files:

    1. Western Reserve Historical Society annual reports and journals. 1984-1991.

    2. Western Reserve Historical Society

    3. Western Reserve Historical Society newsletters (1952, 1980s). 1984-1988.

    4. Wild Ohio newsletters. 1992-1993.

    5. Yale Alumni Reunion, 45th of Class of 1944. June 1-4, 1989.

    6. Yale 50th Class Reunion, Class of 1944. May 26-29, 1994.

    7. Yale Class of 1944 Executive Committee. 1994-1997.

    8. Yale history (1940s). 1998.

    9. YMCA Ohio-West Virginia Hi-Y Youth in Government. 1988-1989.

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Ohio and Northwest Territory Rsearch, chronological by historical event (1640-1847); probably 1980s; Box 149 [14A-H-1B] Files:

    1. Native Americans and the first Europeans (1640-1657)

    2. Differences between Native Americans and Europeans (1657-1658)

    3. La Salle and his discovery of the Ohio River (1669-1682)

    4. The Ohio Company of Virginia (1748)

    5. De Celoron and de Bonnecamps' expedition along the Ohio River (1749-1750, 1 of 3)

    6. De Celoron and de Bonnecamps' expedition along the Ohio River (1749-1750, 2 of 3)

    7. De Celoron and de Bonnecamps' expedition along the Ohio River (1749-1750, 3 of 3)

    8. Christopher Gist journals, including account of tour of Ohio country (1750-1752)

    9. The Ohio country, Lewis Evans, published in An Ohio reader; 1750 to the Civil War (1750-about 1865)

    10. The destruction of Pickawillany (1752)

    11. George Washington warns the French to get out of the Ohio Valley (1753)

    12. George Croghan journal with Major Robert Rogers and his rangers (1760)

    13. The Royal Proclamation of 1763 (1763)

    14. Bouquet's expedition forces repatriation of captives (1764) 15. Schoenbrunn and the Moravian missions in Ohio (1772)

    16. Dunmore's war and Logan's lament (1774) 17. The Fort Gower resolves (1774)

    18. The Native Americans from the perspective of David Zeisberger (1779-1780)

    19. The congressional resolution on public lands, Territorial governments and initial settlements (1780-1787)

    20. The Gnadenhutten Massacre (1782)

    21. The treaty of Paris, the end of the American Revolution (1783)

    22. Virginia cedes her western lands (1783)

    23. Thomas Jefferson and the Ordinance of 1784 (1784)

    24. The Land Ordinance of 1785 (1785)

    25. Connecticut retains a western reserve (1786)

    26. The United Indian Nations address Congress (1786)

    27. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 (1787)

    28. Notes on the Ohio Shawnees (1787-1792)

    29. The territorial papers of the United States (1787-1803)

    30. Marietta, 1788, and Joseph Baker; recollections of the first settlement of Ohio (1788)

    31. Territorial government begins (1788)

    32. John Cleves Symmes and the Miami Purchase (1788)

    33. Treaties made with the Indians... as reported by Henry Knox to George Washington (1789)

    34. President Washington's Indian War; Little Turtle and St. Clair's defeat (1791)

    35. The first newspaper in Ohio (1793)

    36. Anthony Wayne and the Battle of Fallen Timbers (1794)

    37. The Jay Treaty (1794)

    38. The Treaty of Greene Ville (1795)

    39. The Ordeal of Mishikinakwa (1795)

    40. Land Ordinance of 1796 (1796)

    41. Moses Cleveland and the settlement of the Western Reserve (1796)

    42. Ohio's first road; Zane's Trace (1796-1797)

    43. Harrison Land Act (1800)

    44. Division of the old northwest into Indiana Territory and... Ohio (1800)

    45. Struggle over Ohio's statehood (1801-1802)

    46. Ohio constitution (1802)

    47. Enabling Act (1802)

    48. Jefferson dismisses St. Clair (1802)

    49. The frontier state, Ohio (1803)

    50. Black laws in Ohio and the Old Northwest (1803-1804)

    51. Ohio University charter (1804)

    52. Burr-Blennerhassett conspiracy (1804-1807)

    53. Henry Leavitt Ellsworth's tour of New Connecticut, the Western Reserve (1811)

    54. Causes of the War of 1812 (1811-1812)

    55. Ohio and the War of 1812 (1812) 56. George Croghan and the defense of Fort Stephenson (1813) 57. Perry's victory at Put-in-Bay (1813)

    58. Tecumseh pledges support to the British before the Battle of the Thames River (1813)

    59. The Peace of Ghent (1814)

    60. Columbus (Franklinton) chosen as capital of Ohio (1816)

    61. Nathaniel Dike letters about transportation problems in Ohio (1816-1818)

    62. Rush-Bagot disarmament agreement (1817)

    63. The national railroad reaches Ohio (1825)

    64. Ohio's canals (1825-1860)

    65. Ohio's first railroads (1828-1838)

    66. Ohio-Michigan boundary war (1835)

    67. Frontier politics, William Henry Harrison (1836-1840)

    68. Charles Dickens' impressions of Ohio (1842)

    69. Farewell to the Sandusky (1843)

    70. Henry Howe visits Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati (1846-1847)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Ohio and Northwest Territory (1800-1877), other research and publications; 1960s-1980s; Box 150 [14A-H-1C] Files:

    1. Ohio's Documentary Heritage: A Selected edition, Phillip Shriver and Clarence Wunderlin, eds., Ohio University Press, correspondence

    2. Reverend James B. Finley, Camp Meetings, and Circuit Riders (1800-1825)

    3. Joseph Badger, Frontier Preacher (1801)

    4. Utopian Societies: The Shakers and the Zoarites (1805-1861)

    5. William Cooper Howells recalls life in Ohio (1813-1840)

    6. The Quakers Take the Lead: Benjamin Lundy and Charles Osborn (1815-1830)

    7. Samuel Lewis Challenges Ohio to provide Free Public Schools of Quality (1837)

    8. William Holmes McGuffey: Schoolmaster to the Nation

    9. Oberlin, The First Coeducational and Co-racial college (1833)

    10. James G. Birney's The Philanthropist (January 1, 1836)

    11. Grandmother Brown recalls her Ohio Home before the Civil War (1845-1860s)

    12. Women's rights movement (1848-1860)

    13. Ohio's second constitution (1851)

    14. Sojourner Truth and the Crusade for Social Justice: The Akron Women's Right Convention of 1851; Ain't I a Woman? (1851)

    15. Harriet Beecher Stowe and Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852)

    16. College Days at Old Miami: The Diary of T.C. Hibbett (1853-1854)

    17. John Brown (1854-1859)

    18. The Underground Railroad

    19. An Ohio Schoolmistress: The Memoirs of Irene Hardy (1857-1871)

    20. The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue Case (1858)

    21. Ohio Must Lead! Ohio Forms an Army (1861)

    22. Civil War: The First Battle of Bull Run (1861)

    23. Squirrel Hunters Defend Cincinnati (September 1862)

    24. Morgan's Raid (1863)

    25. Vallandigham and Copperheadism

    26. Ohio's Jewels

    27. Wade, Grant, and Reconstruction Politics (1863-1877)

    28. Reconstruction (1863-1877)

    29. Impeachment of President Johnson (1868)

    30. Hayes' Executive Order ends the Military Occupation of the South (1877)

    31. History: Wilson W. Brown Article

    32. History: Wilson W. Brown Photographs

    33. History: Wilson W. Brown Research (1 of 3)

    34. History: Wilson W. Brown Research (2 of 3)

    35. History: Wilson W. Brown Research (3 of 3)

    36. History: Indians of the Portage Area

    37. History: Ohio Civil War Commission Correspondence

    38. History: Daniel Potter research (1 of 2)

    39. History: Daniel Potter research (2 of 2)

    40. History: A Taste of Purgatory: The Story of Ohio’s Military Prisons in the Civil War, by Phillip R. Shriver and Donald J. Breen

    41. History: A Taste of Purgatory... correspondence and ed. versions I

    42. History: A Taste of Purgatory... correspondence and ed. versions II

    43. History: A Taste of Purgatory... more copies

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; General Files: A-Ha; 1981-1998; Box 151 [14A-H-2A] Files:

    1. 175th Anniversary Committee. 1983-1984.

    2. Academic Freedom

    3. Admissions Correspondence

    4. Affirmative Action. 1995.

    5. Alumni Club correspondence

    6. Alumni Club visits. 1995-1997.

    7. Archives, Miami University

    8. Art Museum

    9. Athletics

    10. Bishop (Robert Hamilton) Circle of Remembrance--Formal Gardens Correspondence. 1995.

    11. Bishop Circle of Remembrance. 1996-1997.

    12. Kenneth Burke, Vice President of University Relations. 1988-1995.

    13. Campaign for Miami University Executive Committee. October 20, 1990.

    14. Campus Activities Council and related papers. 1985-1986.

    15. Campus Planning Committee. 1990-1991.

    16. Charter Day Ball. 1988-1997.

    17. College of Arts and Science. 1986-1996, bulk 1986-1987.

    18. College of Arts and Science manual of operations. 1988-1989.

    19. Columbia University. 1987-1988.

    20. Committee on Miami Campus Facilities. 1991.

    21. Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business fraternity

    22. Ed Demske. 1988-1995.

    23. Elderhostel at Miami University. 1989.

    24. Faculty Assembly. 1995.

    25. Faculty Associate Program. 1989-1993.

    26. Faculty, by seniority (1940-1980). 1995.

    27. Faculty Research

    28. Faculty Rights. 1985.

    29. Faculty Welfare. 1982-1985.

    30. Friends of the Library Society, Miami University

    31. Dr. Carole Garland, Lewis Place brochure. 1997.

    32. James C. Garland. 1996-1997.

    33. Lloyd Goggin, Goggin Ice Arena. 1994-1995.

    34. Golden Key National Honor Society. 1996-1998.

    35. Greek life. 1986-1997.

    36. Hamilton campus. 1989-1997.

    37. Hammond lecture series (1 of 2). 1989-1994.

    38. Hammond lecture series (2 of 2). 1989-1994.

    39. Hammond lecture series. 1995-1998.

    40. Hammond lecture series, Newt Gingrich, speaker of the house in the U. S. Senate. 1996-1997.

    41. Harmony House: Miami University. 1993.

    42. Harrison scholars. 1997-1998.

    43. Hefner Zoology Museum. 1991.

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; General Files: Hi-National A; 1969-1998, bulk 1981-1998; Box 152 [14A-H-2B] Files:

    1. Highland Pipes and Drums

    2. Hockey. 1995-1996.

    3. Honorary degree nominations. 1981.

    4. Honors Program. 1981, 1992-1996.

    5. Anne H. Hopkins, Provost. 1994-1998.

    6. Hughes Society

    7. Gary Hunter, Affirmative Action. 1992.

    8. Institute of Environmental Sciences. 1996.

    9. School of Interdisciplinary Studies. 1984.

    10. Robert C. Johnson, Acting Provost. 1994.

    11. Johnson's Island. 1990.

    12. Kent State University Press. 1989-1990.

    13. King Library. 1981-1997.

    14. King Library celebration of two millionth book. April 21, 1998.

    15. Lambda Sigma Society. 1985.

    16. Lewis Place. 1993-1995.

    17. Liberal Education. 1986-1991.

    18. Luxembourg. 1981-1997.

    19. Marcum Conference Center. 1985-1988.

    20. Karl Mattox, dean, College of Arts and Sciences. 1991, 1996-1998.

    21. McGuffey Museum. 1993-1998.

    22. McGuffey Stamp Committee. 1997-1998.

    23. Memorial, faculty and staff. 1997-1998.

    24. Miami Indian Symposium at the forks of the Wabash River, Huntington, Indiana. 1984-1988.

    25. Miami Tribe of Indiana. February 7, 1993.

    26. Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, Chief Floyd Leonard. 1983-1991.

    27. Committee on the Relationship between Miami University and the Miami Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. 1995.

    28. Miami alumni trips to Washington and Philadelphia. February 22, 1991.

    29. The Miami Connection (pamphlet). 1991.

    30. Miami Forum article, Phillip Shriver. 1997-1998.

    31. Miami grade reports and class lists. 1994-1995.

    32. Miami grade books 1-10. Winter 1969-Fall 1994.

    33. Miami University history, including Redskins name. 1987.

    34. Miami policy and information manual (1 of 3). 1991.

    35. Miami policy and information manual (2 of 3). 1991.

    36. Miami policy and information manual (3 of 3). 1991.

    37. Miami policy and information manual. 1993.

    38. Miami policy and information manual. 1994.

    39. Miami policy and information manual. 1995.

    40. Miami policy and information manual. 1996.

    41. Miami policy and information manual. 1996-1997.

    42. Miami policy and information manual. 1997.

    43. Miami University photo book proposal, introduction by Phillip Shriver, and copy of similar book by Alan Nyiri (1994). January 9, 1998.

    44. Miami University Student Foundation, Eye on Alumni Weekend. 1995.

    45. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia article on Ohio history. January 29, 1996.

    46. Miles School, Cleveland, Ohio, reunions. 1994-1997.

    47. NAACP. 1993-1996.

    48. National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; General Files: National E-Ou; 1976-1998, bulk 1981-1998; Box 153 [14A-H-2C] Files:

    1. National Endowment for the Humanities. 1995-1996.

    2. National Federation of McGuffey Societies

    3. National Service. 1984-1996.

    4. No-Car lawsuit. 1976-1982.

    5. Berkhofer, Dwight Smith. 1987.

    6. Ohio area articles. 1995-1996.

    7. Ohio Association for Historical Societies and Museums

    8. Ohio Bicentennial (2003). 1996-1998.

    9. Ohio Bicentennial Commission for the Northwest Ordinance and the United States Constitution. 1988.

    10. Ohio Board of Regents. 1992-1997.

    11. Ohio Department of Development. June 1990.

    12. Ohio Department of Development transitional manual and advisory board. November 1990.

    13. The Ohio Historical Foundation (1 of 3). 1983-1988.

    14. The Ohio Historical Foundation (2 of 3). 1983-1988.

    15. The Ohio Historical Foundation (3 of 3). 1983-1988.

    16. The Ohio Historical Foundation. 1989-1990.

    17. The Ohio Historical Foundation. 1990.

    18. The Ohio Historical Foundation. 1991.

    19. The Ohio Historical Foundation. 1992-1993.

    20. Ohio Historical Society membership renewal. 1991.

    21. Ohio Humanities Council. 1998.

    22. Ohio National Life Insurance Company

    23. Ohio-Parana Committee. 1984-1997.

    24. Ohio Retired Teachers Association. January 31, 1982.

    25. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (1 of 2). 1990.

    26. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (2 of 2). 1990.

    27. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority. 1991-1992.

    28. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority Expenses and Reimbursements. 1991-1996.

    29. Ohio-West Virginia YMCA

    30. Ohioana Library Association

    31. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC). 1987-1996.

    32. Outstanding Young Men of America program

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; General Files: Ox-Z; 1981-1998; Box 154 [14A-H-3A] Files:

    1. Oxford, Ohio. 1992-1997.

    2. Oxford Chamber of Commerce

    3. Oxford Christmas Festival Advisory Committee

    4. Oxford Community Foundation. 1996-1997.

    5. Oxford Economic Development. 1989-1990.

    6. Oxford Mile Square Neighborhood Association

    7. Oxford Museum Association. 1991-1997.

    8. Oxford Rotary Club. 1990, 1997.

    9. Pearl Harbor Anniversary 50th anniversary articles, If there had never been a Pearl Harbor there would never have been a Hiroshima or a Nagasaki. 1991.

    10. Paul G. Pearson, president, Miami University, correspondence

    11. People United for Self-Help (PUSH). 1987-1988.

    12. Presidents of Colleges and Universities in Ohio and Neighboring States

    13. Quebec Separatism

    14. Save our Span (SOS) project. 1996-1997.

    15. School Funding. 1995.

    16. Shawnee Nation newspaper articles, talks, and related papers. 1982-1994.

    17. Shriver Scholarship recipients. 1994-1998.

    18. Smith Family Charitable Trust. 1988-1997.

    19. Smithsonian magazine subscription. 1991-1993.

    20. America's Quality Crisis. 1987-1990.

    21. The challenge; preserving a quality environment for learning. October 1, 1986.

    22. Charter Day; its meaning and celebration (speech)

    23. A college comes to Kent (speech). July 1, 1989.

    24. Fort Recovery bicentennial. 1994.

    25. Founders Day convocation speech, University of Akron. May 6, 1988.

    26. Fraternity speeches, including formal rush. 1984-1991.

    27. Freedom's proving ground; Miami and the heritage of the Northwest Ordinance. 1995.

    28. Freedom's proving ground; the heritage of the Northwest Ordinance (speech). November 3, 1987.

    29. From George to George (speech). January 26, 1989.

    30. The Great Miami River (speech). April 3, 1989.

    31. David F. Griffing retirement speech. November 24, 1990.

    32. Hamilton bicentennial speech. February 16, 1988.

    33. History and traditions of Miami University (speech). September 27, 1990.

    34. Indian heritage in Ohio (speech). September 15, 1989.

    35. Let freedom ring (speech), Strongsville City Schools. June 3, 1984.

    36. Mid-American Conference Hall of Fame induction of Richard G. Shrider (speech). May 20, 1990.

    37. The pursuit of happiness (commencement address), Kent State University. December 19, 1992.

    38. The Scottish roots of Presbyterianism (speech)

    39. The shadow of a man (speech). September 24, 1989.

    40. Dick and Carol Shrider tribute (speech). December 16, 1988.

    41. The terrible swift sword; Miami and the Civil War (speech). March 2, 1991.

    42. A time for reflection; Kent State's 75th anniversary (speech)

    43. Unity through diversity; the dangers of stereotyping (panel). August 29, 1989.

    44. Western College program; the beginning (speech). August 31, 1988.

    45. Square D Company, Oxford

    46. Of mounds and men; the early anthropological career of Ephraim George Squier (dissertation), Terry Allen Barnhart

    47. HST 482, Dana Smith, The struggles at Miami University over the slavery issue, 1824-1861

    48. HST Independent Studies, Roger D. Frain, Warriors of peace (Wyandot Indians)

    49. Talawanda City Schools. 1985-1994 (1 of 2).

    50. Talawanda City Schools. 1985-1994 (2 of 2).

    51. Tourism in Ohio. 1989.

    52. United States Congress correspondence. 1981-1982.

    53. USS Murray reunion. 1988.

    54. USS Murray correspondence. 1987-1998.

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Mail, memoranda, newspaper articles, Ohio and local history; 1990-1997; Box 155 [14A-H-3B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Articles, book reviews, related papers; 1958-1998, bulk 1982-1988; Box 156 [14A-H-3C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Admissions-Ohio canals, including historical papers (1846-1972); 1960s-1990s; Box 157 [14A-H-4A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Ohio history-Title IX; 1940s-1998, bulk 1970s, 1990s; Box 158 [14A-H-4B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, History courses 150-161; 1978-1998; Box 159 [14A-H-4C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, HST 161 lecture notes continued, publications by alphabetical order; 1965-2002; Box 160 [14A-H-5A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, History courses 261-850, continuing education; 1956-2003, bulk 1970s-1990s; Box 161 [14A-H-5B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Ohio prehistory articles and related papers; 1981-1998; Box 162 [14A-H-5C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence: A-Ma; ; Box 163 [14A-H-6A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence: Mas-W; 1981-2001, bulk 1990s; Box 164 [14A-H-6B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence, class info, articles; ; Box 169 [14A-H-6C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Committee files; ; Box 190 [14A-H-7A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Indian artifacts documents; Box 191 [14A-H-7B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Ohio Academy of History; 1983-1987, 1990s; Box 193 [14A-H-7C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Incoming mail, minority concerns, US socio-politics, various Miami reports; 1970s-1980s; Box 194 [14A-I-1A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Postcards and photographs; Box 195 [14A-I-1B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Speeches; ; Box 197 [14A-I-1C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Speeches; ; Box 198 [14A-I-2A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Binder items and retirement community; ; Box 199 [14A-I-2B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, MU rankings, maps, class bulletins, course plans; 1960-1990; Box 200 [14A-I-2C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, News clippings, university reports, and brochures; ; Box 201 [14A-I-3A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, 50th anniversary and commencement speeches; ; Box 202 [14A-I-3B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Miami alumni tour and Roudebush book; 1990-1993; Box 203 [14A-I-3C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Bicentennials, Indian documents; ; Box 204 [14A-I-4A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence; ; Box 205 [14A-I-4B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Hammond lecturers, local history; 1985-1993; Box 206 [14A-I-4C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence; 1988-2001; Box 207 [14A-I-5A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Shriver correspondence; ; Box 208 [14A-I-5B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Miami University correspondence, programs, and events; ; Box 209 [14A-I-5C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Athletics and miscellaneous magazines; ; Box 210 [14A-I-6A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Correspondence, history source materials, Ohio University clippings; ; Box 211 [14A-I-6B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Rodabaugh family newsletter, Ohio Humanities Council; 1985-1995; Box 212 [14A-I-6C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, People and Miami University; ; Box 213 [14A-I-7A]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Local documents; ; Box 214 [14A-I-7B]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials, Personal correspondence, Delta Upsilon, J. D. Richmond; 1989-1993; Box 215 [14A-I-7C]

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    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 168 [14A-H-7C] Files:

    1. Jesuit Relations, The Beaver Wars and the Destruction of the Erie Nation 1640-1657

    2. Paul Lejeune compares the French/Europeans with the North American Indians, 1657-1658

    3. The Ohio Wilderness

    4. David Zeisberger: The North American Indians 1779-1780

    5. LaSalle and the discovery of the Ohio River; his expedition on the "Griffin" in Lake Erie 1669-1682

    6. The Ohio Company of Virginia 1748

    7. Materials on Celoron's Expedition 1749

    8. The Expedition of Celeron De Bienville as recorded in the journal of Jean de Bonnecamps1749-1750

    9. The Expedition of Celeron de Bienville 1749: Six tables of lead; Lower Shawnee Town on the Eve of the French and Indian War; Journal of Father Bonnecamps

    10. George Croghan, Ohio's First Entrepreneur (journals) 1750-1765

    11. The Journals of Christopher Gist, 1750-1752 (including account of tour of Ohio Country with Montour and Ceoghar)

    12. Pickawillany 1752

    13. George Croghan, Major Rogers and the Pontiac Legend (1760)

    14. George Washington Warns the French, 1753

    15. Proclamation of 1763

    16. Boquet's Expedition to Coshocton 1764

    17. Moravian Missions: Schoenbrunn and Gnadenhutten; Zeisberger, Post and Heckewelder 1772

    18. Logan and Lord Dunmore's War 1774

    19. Fort Gower resolves 1774

    20. Gnadenhutten Massacre 1782

    21. Treaty of Paris- End of the American Revolution 1783

    22. Resolution of Congress on Public Lands 1780

    23. Virginia Cedes her lands but Retains the Military District or "Bounty Lands" 1783

    24. Virginia Military District, 1784

    25. Connecticut's Western Reserve and Fireland 1786

    26. Jefferson Land Ordinance of 1784

    27. Land Ordinance of 1785

    28. Statement of the United Indian Nations at their Confederate Council 12/18/1786

    29. Northwest Ordinance of 1787

    30. Marietta Ohio's First Organized Settlement- The Manuscript of Joseph Baker

    31. John Cleves Symmes and the Miami Purchase 1788

    32. St Clair's Inaugural Address July 15, 1788 in Marietta

    33. Report of Secretary of War Henry Knox to President George Washington summarizing treaties made with the Indian Tribes of the Northwest Territory

    34. St Clair's Defeat 1791

    35. Ohio's First Newspaper: Centinel of the Northwest Territory Nov 9, 1793

    36. Shawnees and Miamis in the late 1780s

    37. Anthony Wayne and the Battle of Fallen Timbers 1794

    38. Jay Treaty 1794

    39. Treaty of Greene Ville 1795

    40. Little Turtle and Anthony Wayne at Fort Greene Ville 1795

    41. Carter, Clarence E. ed. The Territorial Papers of the United States, Vol II. 1787-1803

    42. Zane's Trace 1796-1797

    43. "Flood Tide of Immigration" Dayton, Athens, Youngstown, Warren, Ravenna, Hudson, Columbus/Franklin 1796-1800

    44. Moses Cleveland Reaches the Western Reserve July 4, 1796

    45. Land Ordinance of 1796

    46. Harrison Land Act April 15, 1800

    47. Division of the Northwest Territory into Two Parts May 7, 1800

    48. Struggle over Statehood: St Clair v. the Republicans (Tiffin, Worthington, Symmes, Jefferson, etc.) 1801-2

    49. Jefferson Dismisses St Clair 1802

    50. Ohio State Constitution of 1802

    51. Enabling Act 4/30/1802

    52. A New State Begins

    53. Black Laws 1804

    54. Act Creating Ohio University Feb 18, 1804

    55. Burr-Blennerhassett Conspiracy

    56. Henry Leavitt Elssworth's Tour to New Connecticut (The Western Reserve) 1811

    57. Causes of the War of 1812

    58. Fort Meigs and the War of 1812

    59. George Croghan, Wiliam Henry Harrison, and the Siege of Fort Stephenson

    60. The Peace of Ghent 1814

    61. Tecumseh Pledges support to the British Before the Battle of the Thames River Sept 1813

    62. Rush-Bagot Disarmament Agreement 1817

    63. Columbus (Franklintown) is Chosen as a State capital effective 1816

    64. letters of Nathaniel Dike re: Transportation Headaches 1816-1818

    65. The National Road reaches Ohio July 4, 1825

    66. Ohio Michigan boundary war 1835

    67. Ohio's First Railroads

    68. Frontier Politics- William Henry Harrison

    69. Charles Dickens' Impressions of Ohio 1842

    70. Farewell to the Sandusky, The Wyandot Removal of 1843

    71. Henry Howe visits Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 169 [14A-I-1A] Files:

    1. Nuts About Miami, Janel L. Mills and Aaron P. Simmons

    2. Beta Theta Pi Long Range Planning Committee

    3. The Conquest of the Ohio Frontier 1783-95 by John A. Haid

    4. Personal Memorabilia 1986-1987

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 170 [14A-I-1B] Files:

    1. False Start Chapter 1- Methuseleh's Memoirs

    2. HST 482- Dana Smith "The Struggles at Miami University over the Slavery Issue 1824-1861"

    3. HST Independent Studies- Roger D. Frain

    4. Ohio Department of Development June 1990

    5. Methuseleh's Memoirs vol. 3 1985

    6. Methuseleh's Memoirs vol. 3 (a) Herbert L. Oerter

    7. $100 million campaign Miami University Report 1990

    8. Berkhofor - Dwight Smith (1987)

    9. Of Mounds and Men: The Early Anthropological Career of Ephraim George Squier (1989)

    10. Ohio Historical Foundation pt. 1 (1989-1990)

    11. Ohio Historical Foundation pt. 2 (1991-2)

    12. Ohio Historical Foundation pt 3 (1992-3)

    13. Newspapers

    14. The Knolls of Oxford

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 171 [14A-I-1C] Files:

    1. Ohio's Documentary Heritage: A Selected edition, Phillip Shriver and Clarence Wunderlin, eds. correspondence

    2. Rev. James B. Finley, Camp Meetings, and Circuit Riders 1800-1825

    3. Joseph Badger, Frontier Preacher 1801

    4. Utopian Societies: The Shakers and the Zoarites 1805-1861

    5. Samuel Lewis Challenges Ohio to provide Free Public Schools of Quality 1837

    6. William Holmes McGuffey: Schoolmaster to the Nation

    7. College Days at Old Miami: The Diary of T.C. Hibbett 1853-1854

    8. Oberlin, The First Coeducational and Co-racial college 1833

    9. The Quakers Take the Lead: Benjamin Lundy and Charles Osborn 1815-1830

    10. James G. Birney's The Philanthropist Jan 1, 1836

    11. Ohio's Second Constitution 1851

    12. The Underground Railroad

    13. Harriet Beecher Stowe and Uncle Tom's Cabin 1852

    14. The Oberlin- Wellington Rescue Case 1858

    15. John Brown (1854-1859)

    16. Sojourner Truth and the Crusade for Social Justice: The Akron Women's Right Convention of 1851; "Ain't I a Woman?"

    17. Women's Rights Movement 1848-1860

    18. William Cooper Howells Recalls Life in Ohio 1813-1840

    19. Morgan's Raid 1863

    20. Grandmother Brown recalls her Ohio Home before the Civil War 1845-1860s

    21. " An Ohio Schoolmistress: The Memoirs of Irene Hardy" 1857-1871

    22. "Ohio Must Lead!" (Ohio Forms an Army) 1861

    23. Civil War: The First Battle of Bull Run 1861

    24. Squirrel Hunters Defend Cincinnati September 1862

    25. Vallandigham and Copperheadism

    26. "Ohio's Jewels"

    27. Wade, Grant, and Reconstruction Politics 1863-77

    28. Reconstruction 1863-1877

    29. Impeachment of President Johnson 1868

    30. Hayes' Executive Order ends the Military Occupation of the South 1877

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Sports Clippings; Box 172 [14A-I-2A] Files:

    1. Miscellaneous Miami Sports clippings (including Hockey, Soccer, and Baseball)

    2. 1999 NCAA Tournament brochure

    3. Miami Football

    4. Ohio area articles

    5. Roethlisberger articles

    6. Miami Basketball articles (1999)

    7. Miami Basketball article copies (1999)

    8. "Lincoln Highway Comes of Age" smaller booklets (1999)

    9. "Lincoln Highway Comes of Age" larger booklet (1999)

    10. Miami University: A Personal History, by Phillip R. Shriver (1998)

    11. Book: Exploring North Manitou, South Manitou, High and Garden Islands of the Lake Michigan Archipelago" (1991)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Sports Clippings; Box 173 [14A-I-2B] Contents: Media Items

    1. P.M. Magazine Shriver interview (9/12/80)

    2. Miami University 142nd Annual Commencement (5/10/81)

    3. Pierre Salinger

    4. Ohio Historical Society - Legacy (1986)

    5. Heritage of Miami University with Phillip R. Shriver.

    6. Central Reserve Life Fred Lick, CEO (1995)

    7. Am I Blue? A Report on the Threat to Excellence at Yale Scotch Magnetic Tape

    8. My Last Fifteen Minutes Professor Wm H. Shidler- Geology, Broadcast on WPFB (5/14/56)

    9. Honors Day (5/25/61)

    10. On label: To Dave Babbitt, Contact

    11. Runyon and Folks Part 2 master recording (12/6/64)

    12. Dr. Shriver and Dr. Etheridge, Heritage Room 1 of 4 (11/24/68)

    13. Heritage Room 2 of 4

    14. Heritage Room 3 of 4 Gradebooks

    15. Winter 1969

    16. Winter 1971-1974

    17. WInter 1975- Fall 1979

    18. Spring 1980

    19. Spring 1981

    20. Fall 1981

    21. Fall 1984

    22. Fall 1985-1987

    23. Fall 1988

    24. Fall 1991 (Professor) Brown class records

    25. July 1947-August 1947

    26. Fall 1947

    27. March-June 1948

    28. Autumn 1948-Spring 1949

    29. 1949-1950

    30. June 1950-March 1951

    31. March 1951- March 1952

    32. March 1952- March 1953

    33. Spring- Fall 1953

    34. January-July 1954

    35. September 1954- March 1955

    36. March-June 1955

    37. Fall 1955

    38. Spring 1956

    39. Fall 1956- 1957

    40. 1956- 1957

    41. March-July 1958

    42. Fall 1958- Winter 1959

    43. Spring 1959-Winter 1960

    44. Spring-Fall 1960

    45. Winter 1961

    46. September 1961- June 1962

    47. Summer 1962-Winter 1963

    48. Spring 1963

    49. Class Lists and Grade Reports

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 174 [14A-I-2C] Contents:

    1. McKendree College

    2. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia article on Ohio History (1/29/96)

    3. Miles School, Cleveland

    4. U.S.S. Murray Reunion (1988)

    5. U.S.S. Murray, DD 576, officers and men

    6. N.A.A.C.P.

    7. National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges

    8. National Endowment for the Humanities

    9. National Federation of McGuffey Societies

    10. National Service

    11. Ohio Association for Historical Societies and Museums

    12. Ohio Bicentennial (2003)

    13. Ohio Bicentennial Commission for the Northwest Ordinance and the United States Constitution

    14. Ohio Board of Regents

    15. O.C.L.C.

    16. Ohioana Library Association

    17. The Ohio Historical Foundation

    18. Ohio Historical Society (1992)

    19. Ohio Humanities Council (1998)

    20. Ohio National Life Insurance Company

    21. Ohio-Parana Committee

    22. Ohio Retired Teachers Association (1/31/82)

    23. Ohio Statehood Bicentennial (2003)

    24. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority Expenses and Reimbursements

    25. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (1991-1992)

    26. Ohio-West Virginia YMCA

    27. Ohioana Library Association

    28. Outstanding Young Men of America Award

    29. Oxford Chamber of Commerce

    30. City of Oxford

    31. Oxford Christmas Festival Advisory Committee

    32. Oxford Community Foundation

    33. Oxford Economic Development

    34. Oxford Mile Square Neighborhood Association

    35. Oxford Museum Association

    36. Oxford Rotary Club (1997-present)

    37. Pearl Harbor Anniversary- "If there had never been a Pearl Harbor there would never have been a Hiroshima or a Nagasaki"

    38. Presidents of Colleges and Universities in Ohio and Neighboring States

    39. P.U.S.H.

    40. Quebec Separatism

    41. "Save our Span" project

    42. School Funding

    43. Smith Family Charitable Trust

    44. Smithsonian

    45. Square D Company, Oxford

    46. Talawanda City Schools

    47. Talawanda High Schools

    48. Tourism in Ohio

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; General Files: B-M; Box 175 [14A-I-3A] Files:

    1. Bishop (Robert Hamilton) Circle of Rememberance--Formal Gardens Correspondence

    2. Bishop Circle of Rememberance, 1998-2000

    3. Bishop Circle of Rememberance, 1995-

    4. The History of the Circle of Rememberance, Donald T. Fairburn (July 2001)

    5. Ice Hockey

    6. Miami University Bookstore, Shriver Center, Photo book by Alan Nyiri (1998)

    7. Burke, Kenneth- Vice President of University Relations (1988-present)

    8. Campus Activities

    9. Charter Day Ball (1991)

    10. College of Arts and Science

    11. Committee on Miami Campus Facilities (1991)

    12. Committee on the relationship between Miami University and the Miami Indian Tribe of Oklahoma

    13. Congress

    14. Delta Sigma Pi- Professional Business fraternity

    15. Demske, Ed

    16. Elderhostel at Miami University (1989)

    17. "Eye on Alumni": Annual MUSF program

    18. Faculty, by seniority (1940-1980), as of academic year 1990-1991

    19. Faculty Assembly

    20. Faculty Associate Program (1989-1990)

    21. Faculty Research

    22. Faculty Rights

    23. Faculty Welfare

    24. Kent State University Press

    25. Miami Forum Article, February (1989)

    26. Fraternities and Sororities

    27. Friends of the Library Society (Miami University)

    28. Garland, Dr. Carole

    29. Garland, James C.

    30. Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Alliance at Miami University

    31. Goggin, Lloyd- Goggin Ice Arena

    32. Golden Key National Honor Society

    33. Hamilton Campus

    34. Hammond Lectures on the American Tradition

    35. Gingrich, Newt (speaker for the Hammond lecture series)

    36. Harmony House: Miami University (1993)

    37. Harrison Scholars

    38. Hefner Zoology Museum

    39. Highland Pipes and Drums

    40. Honorary degree nominations (1981)

    41. Honors Program

    42. Hopkins, Anne H. Provost

    43. Hughes Society

    44. Hunter, Gary- Affirmative Action

    45. Institute of Environmental sciences

    46. Johnson, Robert C. Acting Provost (1994)

    47. Johnson's Island

    48. King's Library

    49. Lambda Sigma Society

    50. Lewis Place

    51. Liberal Education

    52. Library

    53. Luxembourg

    54. Marcum Conference Center

    55. Mattox, Dean Karl- College of Arts and Sciences

    56. McGuffey Museum

    57. McGuffey Society

    58. McGuffey Stamp 58a. Committee (1997)

    59. Correspondence regarding ceremony to celebrate use (200)

    60. newspaper clippings

    61. Proclamation

    62. Columbia University

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 176 [14A-I-3B] Files:

    1. Miami University Policy and Information Manual

    2. College of Arts and Sciences Manual of Operations

    3. Campus Planning Committee 1990-1991

    4. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority 1990

    5. Ohio Department of Development, Transition Manual 1990-1991

    6. The Campaign for Miami, Executive Committee

    7. Miami University Policy and Information Manual (1993)

    8. Miami University Policy and Information Manual (1994)

    9. Miami University Policy and Information Manual (1995)

    10. Miami University Policy and Information Manual (1996)

    11. Miami University Policy and Information Manual (1997)

    12. Miami University Policy and Information Manual miscellaneous

    13. Miami Indians miscellaneous and Shriver tribute

    14. A tribute to Dr. Phillip R. Shriver in celebration of 50 years of teaching

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 177 [14A-I-3C] Files:

    1. "Freedom's Proving Ground: Miami and the Heritage of the Northwest ordinance" (1995)

    2. "The Pursuit of Happiness: commencement address, Kent State (12/19/92)

    3. Old Age

    4. Roasts

    5. "America's Quality Crisis"

    6. Charter Day: Its Meaning and Celebration

    7. Fort Recovery Bicentennial (1994)

    8. MidAmerican Conference Hall of Fame- Induction of Richard G. Shrider (5/20/90)

    9. The Religious Roots of Miami University (9/24/89)

    10. History and Traditions of Miami University

    11. Red Carpet Day talks

    12. Washington/Philadelphia Alumni trips (2/22/91)

    13. "A Time for Reflection" KSU 75th Anniversary

    14. The Scottish Roots of Presbyterianism

    15. Fraternity Formal Rush talk each January

    16. "Freedom's Proving Ground: The Heritage of the Northwest Ordinance" (11/3/87)

    17. Griffing, David F. retirement speech (11/24/90)

    18. Founders Day Convocation speech, University of Akron (5/6/88)

    19. Hamilton Bicentennial Speech (to 1991)

    20. "Preserving a Quality Environment for Learning: The Challenge" OSU (10/1/86)

    21. "Western College Program- its Beginning" (8/31/88)

    22. A College comes to Kent (7/1/89)

    23. The Selling of America: The Rape of America

    24. The Great Miami River, Fort Hamilton, Gen. Richard Butler, and the Indian Wars of the 1790s

    25. Unity Through Diversity: The Dangers of Stereotyping" panel (8/29/89)

    26. Football Recruiting Materials

    27. Talawanda High School Talk (9/15/89)

    28. Strongsville City Schools

    29. The Miami Connection (1991)

    30. Oxford Museum Association: Application for an Ohio Historical Marker for the Black (Pugh's Mill) Covered Bridge

    31. Shriver Scholarship Recipients

    32. President Paul G. Pearson Correspondence

    33. National Society of Collegiate Scholars (10/22/00)

    34. King Library, celebration of 2 millionth book (4/21/98)

    35. Hammond Lectures on the American Tradition

    36. 175th Anniversary Committee (1983-1984)

    37. Academic Freedom

    38. Admissions Correspondence

    39. Affirmative Action (1995)

    40. Alumni Club Visits

    41. Alumni Clubs and Correspondence

    42. Archives (Miami University)

    43. Art Museum

    44. Athletics

    45. Memorial Sheets

    46. School of Interdisciplinary Studies

    47. McGuffey Museum (1998)

    48. Miscellaneous papers

    49. No Car Lawsuit

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 178 [14A-I-4A] Files:

    1. Political Mail and Pamphlets (state)

    2. Political mail and Pamphlets (nation)

    3. Documents regarding other universities

    4. Proposals/grants/trusts

    5. M.U. Memos, documents- universitywide (1990-1994)

    6. M.U. Memos re: History Department

    7. M.U. newsletters, pamphlets

    8. M.U. Memos, letters from Phil Shriver (1990-1994)

    9. National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (Nov 6-8, 1994)

    10. Miami University clippings

    11. General College clippings

    12. Society clippings

    13. Politics and Economy clippings

    14. "Forum" journal Phi Eta SIgma (1997)

    15. Lottie Moon, History and Legacy

    16. Ohio Journals/Brochures- address by James Blount- Darrtown memorial association

    17. Miami Financial Report 1992, Prose and Poetry by Herhert Oerter 1995, "What do I do for stress?" by Peggy Sanders 1999.

    18. Historical Journals/notes, including 2 from 1909 Centennial

    19. Focus journals 1990-1991

    20. Miami University Navy Reunion V-12 Officer Training during WW2 (Oct 26-28, 1990)

    21. Various Miami brochures- Havinghurst Memorial, Shriver Inauguration Miami Tour and Annual Report (1993), and Miami University Task Force

    22. Ohio Historical parks, trails, HST 161 marked materials

    23. "An Investment that Really Grows" Junior Achievement

    24. Partnership for Service Learning

    25. Conferences and Symposium invitations, brochures, Speakers

    26. Refund check and Insurance Inquiry

    27. Thank-you letters and personal letters

    28. Hamilton County Park District, Whitewater Shaker Village research, Richard Spence

    29. Personal-Rotary Club, Who's Who, Lakeside Summer cottage

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 179 [14A-I-4B] Files:

    1. Picture on board : Lottie Moon House

    2. Oxford Bible Fellowship; pictures from Shriver friend; Western Hills press (8-2-95)

    3. HST 261 v.1

    4. HST 261 v.2

    5. HST 161 v.1

    6. HST 161 v.2

    7. Ohio History journals

    8. Ohio History

    9. A.F. Jones' journal (1854-1857)

    10. History and Archaeology speeches, documents, clippings.

    11. M.U. Documents, Courses, Articles

    12. History Department

    13. Interoffice Memorandums

    14. African American articles, issues, history

    15. WW2 newspapers memorials

    16. Phil Shriver Text order, Level A Standing recommendation, and faculty letter of resignation

    17. Oxford taxes and building article

    18. Miami University memos and brochures

    19. Miami University 1989 commencement and Arts and Sciences Academic advisement, 1995 convocation

    20. Shriver Center

    21. Shriver's notes on sports at MU

    22. Ohio and Federal politics documents

    23. Harvard brochures; "problem drinking" at Alabama University

    24. Ohio and regional travel, history

    25. Other universities, news clippings and documents

    26. Rodabaugh family history

    27. Articles on Desert Storm, Gulf War 1990

    28. "Ohioans Live in a State of Horror" Haunted Ohio

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 180 [14A-I-4C] Files:

    1. Ellsworth Journal- Correspondence with the Western Reserve Historical Society

    2. "A Hoover Vignette" Ohio History Volume 91, Annual 1982, pp. 74-82

    3. "The Significance of the Northwest Ordinance"

    4. Broken Locks and Rusty Barrels: A glimpse of a New York militia company on the eve of the war of 1812

    5. The Amish and William McKinley: An irony of the elections of 1890 and 1892

    6. Book Review: An Uncommon Man: The Triumph of Herbert Hoover by Richard Norton Smith, Ohio History 1984

    7. Article/Letter for Miami Memos 1985-1986

    8. "Viewpoint" for the Local Historian, July-August 1985

    9. Book Review: New Historical Perspectives: Essays on the Black Experience in Antebellum America, ed. Gende D. Lewis

    10. "A Perspective on Commemoration", Ohio Academy of History newsletter, Spring 1986

    11. Book Review: The Indiana Way: A State History by James H. Madison (1986)

    12. Book Review: The Indiana Years, 1903-1904 by Walter B. Hendrickson, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society

    13. Book Review: Hudson's Heritage by Grace Goulder Izant, Ohio History, 1986

    14. The Ordinance of 1787: A Nation Begins by William Donohue Ellis, with Intro by Philip R. Shriver

    15. Benjamin Harrison- article and annotated bibliography for the 1988 Book of Days

    16. "The House that McGuffey Built" article for Timeline

    17. Wayne B. Wheeler: Single Issue Exponent (1988)

    18. Book Review: Jack Gieck, A Photo Album of Ohio's Canal Era, 1825-1913

    19. Book Review: The Queen and the Arts: Cultural Life in Nineteenth Century Cincinnati (1989)

    20. Book Review: Erving E. Beauregard

    a. Bingham of the Hills: Politician and Diplomat Extraordinary

    b. Reverend John Walker: Renaissance Man

    21. Hatcher, Harlan, The Western Reserve: The Story of New Connecticut in Ohio (1992)

    22. Book Review: Ohio Politics, edited by Alexander P. Lamis with the assistance of Mary Anne Sharkey (1994)

    23. Encyclopedia U.S.A. article on "Education- Northwest Ordinance" (1787)

    24. Miami Indians of Indiana: A Persistent People, 1654-1994. By Stewart Rafert (1996)

    25. "Ohio in the Nineteenth Century" by Phillip R. Shriver, for Encyclopedia of the U.S. in the Nineteenth Century

    26. The Histories of Ohio, for the Western Reserve Magazine

    27. Recollections of Sixteen Years, 1965-1981, Miamian April 1984.

    28. Cincinnati Historical Society Bulletin

    29. America's Other Bicentennial

    30. A Hoover Vignette

    31. Western Reserve Magazine

    32. Correspondence with Laurence Foster Re: U.S. Historiography to 20th Century

    33. Dictionary of American Biography

    34. Archaeology Society of Ohio

    35. KSU record of Phil R. Shriver

    36. Student Publications- Ohio History

    37. Ohio History- A Quarterly Publication of the Ohio Historical Society

    38. Miami Report synopses of articles, speeches, book reviews, etc.

    39. Havighurst "Festschrift"-- "Freedom's Proving Ground: The Heritage of the Northwest Ordinance"

    40. Hayes Historical Journal (Fremont)

    41. The Years of Youth (revised edition) Kent State University Press

    42. Timeline- A publication of the Ohio Historical Society

    43. Miami Valley History: Journal of the Montgomery County Historical Society

    44. Campeau- Wakefield-Stothers Correspondence (concerning the Taunton/Ragueneau/Lost Huron Map)

    45. Prehistoric Peoples of the Portage Area, chapter one

    46. An Adena site at Lake Rockwell

    47. The Towner Mound of Pippin Lake: A Northern Ohio Hopewell Site

    48. Late Eighteenth Century Cherokee Presence in the Ohio Valley

    49. A Crawford County Engraved Trapezoidal Pendant

    50. Proto-historic or Mississippian?

    51. An Early Archaic Single-notched Winged Bannerstone

    52. The Delaware Figurine

    53. An Indian Creek Fractured Base Archaic point

    54. Archaic Three-Quarter Grooved Axes from the Indian Creek and Whitewater Valleys

    55. An Unfinished Ottawa county Archaic Tubular Bannerstone

    56. Old Lyme Village Historic Contact Clay Pipes

    57. Historic Contact Hammer Poll Tomahawks

    58. The Plummet as Amulet

    59. Fish Effigy Pipes

    60. A Rare Seneca Country Mississippian Fringed Pendant

    61. Northern Ohio Pendants

    62. Squaw Trade and belt Axes

    63. A Fluted Ball Bannerstone from the Black Fork of the Mohican

    64. Turtle Effigy Pipes

    65. Three Ashtabula Points

    66. A Fractured Base Archaic Point from the Talawanda Valley

    67. Glacial Kame Bar-Type birdstones in the William M. Jacka Collection

    68. An Historic Contact Trade Axe from the Huron Valley

    69. Pebble Pendants

    70. A Hopewell Copper Axe from the Cuyahoga Valley

    71. Fort Ancient/ Mississippian Pipes

    72. "A Portage River Paleo-Indian (Plano Complex) Stemmed Lanceolate" Ohio Archaeologist v. 35 n. 1 (Winter 1985)

    73. "Notched Archaic Pentagonal Points" Ohio Archaeologist, v. 35 n. 1 (Winter 1985)

    74. "A Large 17th Century Historic Contact Interment In The Cuyahoga Valley: An Iroquoian Piece in The Puzzle of What Happened to Whittlesey Focus?" Ohio Archaeologist v. 35, #4 (Fall 1985)

    75. "An Undrilled Adena Bi-Concave Gorget From Ottawa County's Catawba Island" Ohio Archaeologist v. 36 n 1 (Winter 1986)

    76. "Hermatite Plummets" Ohio Archaeologist v. 36 n. 1 (Winter 1986)

    77. Introduction/Foreword for Robert V. Van Trees, Ordinance of Freedom (Phil Shriver's Part July 1988)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 181 [14A-I-5A] Files:

    1. Presidents' Reports (1901-1924)

    2. Presidents' Reports (1926-1947)

    3. Presidents' Reports (1947-1959)

    4. Presidents' Reports (1959-1972)

    5. Presidents of Miami University

    6. Presidents' Quota Admissions (1979)

    7. Miami University and Campus Tours

    8. Oxford Press-Oxford Bicentennial 1976

    9. "Polemics and Philosophy: A Biography of Albert Taylor Bledsoe" Ph.D Dissertation by Willard Murrell Hays (1971)

    10. Ophia Smith and Edmund Burke

    11. Title IX (1979) and University Autonomy (1973)

    12. Political and racial activism, "voices of reason" late 1960s-1970s

    13. "Moments that shaped a university" video project by Richard Little for his Master's Degree (1995)

    14. A Sketch of the Life of the Rev. James P. Pressly D.D. by Rev J.I. Bonner

    15. HST 161: Makeup Exams and Midterm Questions (1994)

    16. Old M.U. catalogs (photocopies) (1867-1906)

    17. Public Sentiment in Ohio During the Civil War Period as Reflected by Letters to Ohio Governors" by Jerry L. Hays

    18. Halloween News (1979)

    19. Shriver Inauguration, Ankerman acceptance letter, Burning of the Steamer G.P. Griffith

    20. Ohio News Clippings and Magazines

    21. Newspapers and Posters (1850s)

    22. M.U. The Campus Told in Pictures (1966-1978)

    23. HST 161 Fall 1991 Class Plan

    24. HST 161 Fall 1988 Class Plan

    25. HST 161 Fall 1989 Class Plan

    26. Shriver Annual Report 1973

    27. HST 161 Fall 1990-1991 Class Plan

    28. 1800s Ohio/U.S. Army clippings and documents

    29. HST 161 Fall 1992 Class Plan

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 182 [14A-I-5B] Files:

    1. Great Moments in the Ohio Heritage Album 1

    2. Pioneers of Science and Invention in the Ohio Heritage Album 2

    3. Industry in the Ohio Heritage Album 3

    4. Agriculture in the Ohio Heritage Album 4

    5. Transportation in the Ohio Heritage Album 5

    6. Government in the Ohio Heritage Album 6

    7. Literature in the Ohio Heritage Album 7

    8. Transportation in Cincinnati

    9. "The British Role in the Indian Wars of Ohio 1790-1795 Thesis of Patricia A. McCardel

    10. Ohio-ology "Know your state"

    11. HST 161 Fall 1998

    12. HST 161 Fall 1998 v.2

    13. HST 161 Fall 1995

    14. HST 261 Passouts

    15. HST 261 Fall 1995

    16. HST 261 Fall 1994

    17. HST 261 Fall 1993

    18. HST 261 Fall 1992

    19. HST 261 Fall 1991

    20. HST 261 Reading Lists

    21. HST 261 Fall 1990

    22. HST 261 Fall 1989

    23. HST 261 Fall 1988

    24. HST 261 Fall 1987

    25. HST 261 Fall 1986

    26. HST 261 Fall 1985

    27. HST 261 Fall 1984

    28. HST 261 Fall 1983

    29. HST 261 Fall 1982

    30. "An Ohio Sampler" Continuing Education class Spring 1983

    31. HST 714 History of the old Northwest Fall 1984

    32. HST 354 Outlines and Reading Lists

    33. C. Lynch- Indian Collection

    34. A.D. Grutzmacher; Mukwongo, Wisconsin

    35. Allen Brown- Indian Collection

    36. L. W. Dudgeon- Indian Collection

    37. Herman J. Rush

    38. Arthur Nirscher- Indian Collection

    39. Lear- Indian collection

    40. Ohio State Museum Indian loan

    41. Gilbert W. Dilley

    42. "The Indians of Portage County" for "History of Portage County"

    43. Dr. Richard C. Knopf

    44. Wyandot Research Project

    45. Edward W. Payne collection

    46. Potential library purchases

    47. Virgil Y. Russell

    48. H.T. Daniels

    49. N.E. Carter Indian Collection

    50. Robert M. Goslin

    51. Mrs. Alida Payne Law

    52. Indian Relic collection

    53. Ohio History- Winter 1966-1967

    54. HST 261 Winter 1968

    55. Survey History of Ohio HST 261 Winter 1969

    56. HST 261 Winter 1971

    57. HST 361 Winter 1970

    58. HST 261 Winter 1972

    59. HST 261 Winter 1973

    60. HST 261 Winter 1974

    61. HST 261 Winter 1975

    62. HST 261 Fall 1976

    63. HST 261 Winter 1976

    64. HST 261 Fall 1977

    65. HST 261 Spring 1980

    66. HST 261 Fall 1980

    67. Ohio- Introduction and PreHistory

    68. HST 354

    69. Correspondence about course (Aug 1952- Feb 1954)

    70. Class reading list and notes

    71. Field trip information

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; HST 161: Exams and Materials; Box 183 [14A-I-5C]

    Not Indexed

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 184 [14A-I-6A] Files:

    1. Clippings- Miami U. Issues

    2. Phillip Shriver publications v.1

    3. Phillip Shriver publications v.2

    4. Phillip Shriver publications v.3

    5. Phillip Shriver publications v.4

    6. Phillip Shriver publications v.5

    7. Phillip Shriver publications v.6

    8. Philip R. Shriver general

    9. Ohio Western Reserve Film project

    10. Connecticut/ Western Reserve project

    11. Connecticut / Western Reserve project v.2

    12. Ohio materials

    13. Other Universities

    14. Miami University

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 185 [14A-I-6B] Files:

    1. Session Minutes, 1907-1925 From Walter Havighurst Special Collections Library, Miami University

    2. Session Minutes, 1925-1935 From Presbyterian Church Office, Oxford Ohio

    3. Session Minutes, 1935-1946 From Presbyterian Church Office, Oxford Ohio

    4. Session Minutes, 1946-1955 From Presbyterian Church Office, Oxford Ohio

    5. Session Minutes, 1955-1962 From Presbyterian Church Office, Oxford Ohio

    6. Witherspoon, John

    7. Ministers of the Memorial Church, 1899-present

    8. Ministers of the Seminary Church, 1900-1966

    9. Session Minutes, 1825-1850- original book in the Havighurst special collections library

    10. Session Minutes, 1895-1907- from Walter Havighurst Special Collections Library, Miami University

    11. Edie Puff's Copy of Chapters I-VII, With Her corrections in pencil (Returned to me on June 15, 1998)

    12. Chapter IV: From the Civil War to the Turn of the Century (1861-1900)

    13. Chapter V: The Diamond Anniversary (1900)

    14. Title page, contents, preface, Chapter I: Our Roots (to 1900)

    15. Chapter II: Bishop, Scott, and McGuffey (1825-1836)

    16. Chapter III: Oxford's Four Presbyterian Churches and Five Colleges (1836-1860)

    17. Chapter VI: To the Centennial and the Memorial (1900-1925)

    18. Chapter VII: From the Centennial to the End of World War II (1925- 1945)

    19. Chapter VIII: The Post War Years to the Union of 1966

    20. Chapter IX: A "Retrospective" of the united Presbyterian or "Seminary" church, 1834-1966

    21. Recent Past--materials for possible use in chapter X (1966-2000)

    22. Chapter X: Recent Past and the Promise of the Future (1966-2000)

    23. Appendixes: Chronology, Ministers, Sources

    24. Barnes, Revs. J. Mark and Barbara Z. (1997-present)

    25. Anecdotes of the Memorial Church

    26. Puff, Edie- correspondence

    27. Robb, Rev. Dale

    28. Hookey, Dr. Joseph R. (1989-1996)

    29. Horne, Dr. David L. (Interim, 1996-1997), Douthett, Molly (Interim, 1995-1998)

    30. Hughs, Rev. James

    31. Jamieson Awards

    32. A Brief History of the Oxford Presbyterian Church-- written in 1994 for use with the campaign for renovation/capital funds.

    33. Curry, John

    34. Bishop, Robert Hamilton

    35. Centennial Anniversary, 1925

    36. Founders Day/Celebration in 2000

    37. Histories of the Oxford Presbyterian Church

    38. Manse

    39. Memorial Church building

    40. Presbyterian Historical Society

    41. Seminary Church Building

    42. Trustees Minutes, second Presbyterian Church (Secretary's Book), 1841-1869

    43. "Ohio's Colleges and Universities: Some Bicentennial Reflections" (7/7/2003)

    44. Loose materials v.1

    45. Loose materials v.2

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 186 [14A-I-6C] Files:

    1. Ambrose E. Burnside (Talk at Hamilton Civil War Roundtable, 10/102001)

    2. Lottie Moon, Confederate Spy

    3. Halls of Ivy

    4. HST 161 Fall, 1993

    5. HST 161 Fall, 1994

    6. HST 161

    7. More HST 161 materials

    8. British Universities, Colonial Colleges, and the Great Ordinance

    9. A Tribe Called Miami, A Town Called Oxford

    10. Robert Hamilton Bishop and the "Yale of the Early West"

    11. William Holmes Mcguffey: Schoolmaster of the nation

    12. "Wanted: Another McGuffey" aka "Do We Need Another McGuffey?"

    13. "Schoolmaster of the Nation"

    14. McGuffey Materials used in Kate Nicholson's class: Preparation for U.S. post office cancellation

    15. "Wanted: Another McGuffey" Talk at Lakeside in the Heritage Hall Series (7/21/96)0

    16. "If this were my last lecture"

    17. William Holmes McGuffey: A Miami and Oxford Icon- talk at Miami Art Museum (11/29/2000)

    18. William Holmes McGuffey materials

    19. End of an Era

    20. A College Reborn

    21. Ella McSurely

    22. Co-education: A town of colleges becomes a college

    23. Guy Potter Benton (1902-1911)

    24. The Upham Era: Continuity and Change

    25. Miami and World War II: The Coming of the Navy

    26. Hughes, Raymond Mollyneux

    27. History of Miami University 1983-1993, for North Central Accrediting Report (Jan 1994)

    28. The Post War Years

    29. Heritage of Excellence

    30. Heritage of Excellence p.2

    31. Black Alumni of Miami University- Men and Women of Distinction

    32. Seals of Miami University

    33. History of Building and Grounds, physical facilities department, and custodial and maintenance services at Miami University (1865- 1989)

    34. The Underground Railroad and Oxford Ohio

    35. McGuffey readers sesquicentennial 1836-1986 Writing and Research projects

    36. Miami University in the Greenwood encyclopedia for American institutes, colleges, and universities

    37. "A Brief History of Miami University" written for the Oxford Sister Cities project at the request of Jerry Coltharp 1/4/85)

    38. Lorenzo Loraine Langstroth: Father of Modern Beekeeping

    39. Miami and the Civil War

    40. Even more misc. HST 161 materials

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 187 [14A-I-7A] Files:

    1. Correspondence Relative to my articles in the Ohio Archaeologist

    2. "Know them No More Forever" : The Miami Removal of 1846 (accepted by Timeline)

    3. "Algonquian peoples of the Ohio valley: ancient traditions with relevance today" symposium sponsored by Minnetrista, 10 tribes, and Miami University, to be held at MU Spetember 26-28 1996.

    4. Archaeological conservancy

    5. Hopewell culture national historical park

    6. Miami Valley Council for Native Americans

    7. Minnetrista Cultural Center Muncie, Indiana- Woodland leaders portrait series painted by Evelyn Ritter

    8. Morrow, Toby and Julie (prehistoric replicas)

    9. National Museum of the American Indian (Heye collection, new york/smithsonian institution, Washington) Charter Member June 24, 1991

    10. Propehetstown (museums) Indiana

    11. Archaeological Institute of America

    12. Archeological Society of Ohio

    13. Miami Valley Chapter Archaeological Society of Ohio 1986-1998?

    14. Ohio Archaeological council (annual meetings Nov 1992-present; other correspondence)

    15. A Banded Ironstone Spud

    16. An Undrilled Adena Bi-Concave Gorget from Ottawa County's Catawba Island

    17. Hematite Pummets

    18. Late-prehistoric vase-shaped pipes

    19. Crawfish effigy: another large Mississippian stone pipe

    20. Metamorphosis of an Erie county archaic spear

    21. Some thoughts on "porcelain collars" and stone gorgets

    22. "Lake Erie gold": Principal Food Fish in Ohio's Lake Erie water, prehistoric to the present

    23. Whittlessey: Algonquian or Iroquoian?

    24. More Turtle Effigy Pipes

    25. A Perspective on Point Pleasant Pottery Pipes

    26. Fort Ancient/Mississippian Game Stones

    27. A Whitewater Valley Banded Slate Banner-stone (from the William Jacka collection Lakeside, OH)

    28. "Ohio's White-Tailed Deer and Other Protohistoric and Historic Game and Fur Resources"

    29. Another Point Pleasant Pottery Pipe

    30. The Wild Turkey and other Game Birds in Prehistoric and Historic Ohio

    31. Old Copper Culture Rat Tailed Spears from the Upper Peninsula

    32. Indian Creek Archaic Diagonal Corner Notched Points

    33. The Buffalo or American Bison in the Ohio Valley at the time of Euro-Indian Contact

    34. The River Otter

    35. The Neck pouch and the undrilled amulet, gorget, or pendant

    36. classic Hopewell

    37. Large Archaic Corner notched point

    38. A Late Paleo/Early Archaic Transitional point from the Indian Creek valley of Butler county

    39. Butler Co. Archaic Fishspear points

    40. A late Paleo stemmed Lanceolate point from the Indian creek valley

    41. Further thoughts on neck pouches and "medicine bags"

    42. The Butterfly banner-stone: ceremonial symbol or functional atlatl weight?

    43. An early archaic double-notched Butterfly banner-stone from Butler County

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 188 [14A-I-7B] Files:

    1. Maraschiello, Christopher A.N. (M.A.)

    2. Mas, Joseph L. Director of the State of Ohio Commission on Spanish Speaking Affairs

    3. McClure, Frances

    4. McCormack, Thomas (history graduate student HST 610 Fall 1986

    5. Matisjasic, Thoma0s D. Ph.D Student 1981-1982

    6. McNamara, J. Paul

    7. Mechling, Eloise (Dick Shrider's sister)

    8. Meckley, Robert- M.A. candidate (Capital University, 1992 ; Lutheran Minister in Toledo 1973; interested in War of 1812)

    9. Middleton, Stephen- History doctoral student, Salmon Portland Chase, Doctoral Dissertation Committee

    10. Miller, Burke

    11. Millett, John D.

    12. Millett, Stephen M.

    13. Moeckel, Dean Bill R.

    14. Montgomery, Michael J.

    15. Moran, Richard A.

    16. Morsberger, Philip

    17. Newhouse, Ken

    18. Newland, Michael (grad student 1973-1976; 1994-)

    19. Nicholson, Howard L.

    20. Nimtz, Rod - doctoral candidate

    21. O'Brien, Michael- Shriver professor of history

    22. Oehlerts, Donald

    23. Oerter, Herbert L.

    24. O'Hara, Lloyd H.

    25. Olson, Jean E.

    26. Osborne, James E.

    27. Palladino, David

    28. Palmisano, Michael

    29. Parke, Clifford H. III

    30. Parker, Kevin

    31. Parkinson, John Scott (doctoral candidate)

    32. Parseghian, Ara (Hammond Lecturer 10/8/98)

    33. Peirson, Coach Jerry

    34. Petry, Tiffany

    35. Pletsch, Carl- professor of history

    36. Posvar, Wesley (retirement package) Chancellor, University of Pittsburgh

    37. Pratt, William

    38. Prescott, Nichole (grad asst. 1998) member of Miami tribe of Oklahoma, graduate of UT Austin

    39. Prisley, Michael A.

    40. Puff, Harold and Edith

    41. Putnam, Shaun

    42. Putnam, Brad C.

    43. Rackham, Eric N. and Ellen - Bass River Nova Scotia, Canada BOM-1BO

    44. Rebolet, James- M.A. exam 4/23/87

    45. Reboulet, James C. (son of Dr. James D. Reboulet of Hamilton)

    46. Reinhart Family, Roy, Betty, Johanna

    47. Reinke, Christopher M.

    48. Reis, James R. Premedical Committee Evaluation, 1995

    49. Reis, Joseph S.

    50. Robb, Dale

    51. Robinson, Cassandra J.

    52. Rodbro, Scott H.

    53. Roush, John

    54. Rowe, John J. (son of Roger Rowe)

    55. Rowe, Roger E.

    56. Sanders, Peggy Merry (Alumna living in Ithaca NY area)

    57. Schoolar, J. Brian

    58. Schoolar, Brian (M.A. candidate

    59. Schuler, Charles R.

    60. Schultz, Jason Michael

    61. Sefton, Beau C.

    62. Shafer, Dr. Boyd C. (bits of Miami History- his letters to Shriver beginning in 1991)

    63. Shaw, Ron

    64. Shehata, Talaat (grad asst. fall 1997)

    65. Shinkle, Michael and Linda

    66. Shrider, David G.

    67. Siegel, Gilbert H.

    68. Slover, William G.

    69. Smith, Dana

    70. Smith, Ophia and Joe Bill (Joseph W.)

    71. Smith, Robert S. (professor of Mathematics and next door neighbor on Bonham Rd)

    72. Smithson, Marian and Michael

    73. Sommer, John D.

    74. Southard, Sally

    75. Spence, Richard B.

    76. Spisak, Rich (Coach)

    77. Spitler, Guy and Pat

    78. Steimle, Jerry

    79. Swank, Constance

    80. Swanson, Maynard W. "Bill"

    81. Sweeney, James A. (Alumnus from Palos Verde, CA, large WW2 scrapbook collection for Miami- whee!)

    82. Szczerbiak, Wally

    83. Taft, Robert (candidate for governor in 1998)

    84. Taylor, Laura- Wells Hall

    85. Thiemann, William G. (graduate student)

    86. Tjaden, Scott (football mentor program) Bloomfield Hills Michigan

    87. Trojan, Thomas E. (stepson of Carl Jessina of Strongsville)

    88. Tyler, Linscott and Helen

    89. Ulrich, Dennis (Ph.D 1983)

    90. Vogel Robert A.

    91. Governor George V. Voinovich (1991-present)

    92. Von Saucken, Sylvius

    93. Walker, Randy (football coach 12/1/89)

    94. Walker, Timothy (rec. for basketball coaching job)

    95. Wantland, William R. - doctoral candidate

    96. Ward, Roy- Reports on Senate Meetings (1989-1991)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 189 [14A-I-7C] Files:

    1. Webb, Christopher- MA candidate and my GA Fall 1991

    2. Wilkin, Robert A.

    3. Williamson, C.K. (Bud)

    4. Wilson, Douglas

    5. Wilson, Ray- reference letters on his behalf, HST 261 Fall 1986

    6. Winkler, Allan- History departmental chair

    7. Winn, Robert

    8. Wilkin, Robert A.

    9. Wissing, Holly

    10. Wolfert, Kenneth

    11. Yates, Tyrone K. (Cincinnati City Council)

    12. Zinsser, Judith

    13. Zody, Coach Charles R.

    14. Yamauchi, Edwin

    15. Woehrmann, Paul

    16. Yeck, Joanne L.

    17. Blount, James (1986-present)

    18. Rayner, Robert E.- doctoral dissertation, 1991

    19. Barney, Pauline Priest

    20. Seer, Mark

    21. Brown, Ann C.

    22. Brown, Clarence J. (Bud)

    23. Brown, David G.

    24. Cain, Sharon

    25. Cardinal, Eric J.- Lake County Historical Society

    26. Contosta, David R.

    27. Hollingsworth, Kathryn A.

    28. Hurlbert, Robert J.F.- Miami 1991

    29. Kessler, Susan

    30. Kinder, Dr. Charles

    31. Kindness, Tom

    32. Moore, Elizabeth A.

    33. Mueller. Lisa C.

    34. Neal, Charles C.

    35. Steller, Arthur

    36. Thomas, Alex- Prof, Ed. Psych 1991-1992 Lilly Foundation Mentee

    37. Truax, Harold

    38. Vivian, Jack

    39. HST 150 History of Miami Fall 1978

    40. HST 161 Fall 1979

    41. HST 161 A 1981

    42. HST 161 B 1981

    43. HST 161 Fall 1982

    44. HST 161 Fall, 1983

    45. HST 161 Fall, 1984

    46. HST 161 Fall, 1985

    47. HST 161 Fall, 1986

    48. HST 161 Fall, 1987

    49. HST 610 1979-1982, HST 477 1983-1984 Ellsworth Journal

    50. A Celebration of Heritage- article in the University of Akron Akron Magazine excerpted from the May 6, 1988 Founders' Day Address

    51. St. Clair's Defeat- paper for bicentennial of Ft Recovery, Ohio

    52. Ohio History- correspondence with editors of the journal

    53. "Freedom's Proving Ground: The Heritage of the Northwest Ordinance"- article for Wisconsin Magazine of History

    54. The Northwest Ordinance, 1787: A Bicentennial Handbook- book review (1987)

    55. The Beaver Wars and the Destruction of the Erie Nation- Ohio's Western Reserve, 1988

    56. Book Review: Frederick D. Williams, ed. The Northwest Ordinance: Essays on Its Formulation, Provisions, and Legacy. 1989

    57 First Ladies by Betty Boyd Caroli, 1987. Reviewed for Ohio History 1988

    58. Ellsworth Journal- correspondence with Yale U and other non WRHS correspondence

    59. Ellsworth Journal- pictures and other illustrative materials

    60. Tiffany Whitt

    61. Newsweek, Churchill (2/1/65), Betsy Ann drawings

    62. Bicentennial of the Northwest Ordinance and the U.S. Constitution Teacher's Kit

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 190 [14A-J-2A] Files:

    1. McGuffey Volunteers

    2. Miami Blanket- sold by Parents' Office of Miami University, 1993

    3. Memorials 1993-present

    4. Miami Christian Faculty Fellowship

    5. Miami Faculty for Collegial Governance

    6. Miami Indian Blanket

    7. Miami Indian Tribe

    8. Miami Longhouse or "lodge" to be built on campus as a meeting house and Miami Indian Cultural Center

    9. Miami Plan for Liberal Education

    10. Miami University College Republicans

    11. Miami University Equestrian Team

    12. Miami University Faculty Association

    13. Miami University Foundation

    14. Miami University Glee Club

    15. Miami University Hamilton Campus

    16. Miami University Student Foundation

    17. Miami University Summer Theater

    18. Mid American Conference

    19. A Tribute to John D. Millett Oxford Methodist Church 11/18/93

    20. Mortar Board

    21. National Residence Hall Honorary

    22. Office of Minority Affairs

    23. Native American Women Playwrights

    24. OCLC Newspaper

    25. Nursing at Miami

    26. Ohio State University

    27. Old Northwest Quarterly

    28. Omicron Delta Kappa

    29. Oral History Collection- Miami Archives

    30. Phi Beta Kappa

    31. Phi Kappa Phi

    32. Phi Kappa Psi

    33. Pletsch, Carl (memorial of the removal of the Miami Tribe from the Oxford area)

    34. Powell, Myrtis H. Vice President for Student Affairs 1989

    35. Precision Skating Team

    36. President's Club

    37. President's Select Committee

    38. Prodesse Society Miami University

    39. Program Board

    40. Red Carpet Day

    41. Republicans, Miami College

    42. Residence Hall Programs 1981

    43. Retirement Letters sent by PRS to Retirees 1981

    44. Road to Greenville- Grants program sponsored by the OHS, 1990-1991

    45. Rodabaugh, James H., memorial

    46. R.O.T.C.

    47. Sierra Club

    48. Society of Miami Emeriti

    49. School of Applied Science

    50. School of Business Administration

    51. School of Education and Allied Professions

    52. School of Fine Arts

    53. School of Interdisciplinary Studies- Western College Program

    54. Scottish Cultural Society: The Highland Pipes and Drums (Miami University) 1988

    55. Scripps Gerontology Center

    56. Seibert, Joseph C.- Memorial Oxford Presbyterian Church 6/19/93

    57. Short, Dean Daniel G. (SBA) 1995

    58. Shriver Center Addition/ Plaza Design

    59. Shriver Professorship , Phillip R.

    60. Smith Library Graduate Assistant/ Fellowship

    61. Requisitions

    62. Student Letters and Personalized Papers

    63. Telephones (campus) Effective July 19, 1986

    64. Telephone: Long Distance Calls

    65. Title VI

    66. Trustee Correspondence- Misc July 1, 1981

    67. Travel Expenses Reports

    68. Underwood, Dean Julie K. (SEAP) 1995

    69. University Senate 1981-1987

    70. Van Voorhis Hall

    71. Visitation Policy

    72. WMUB

    73. WPTD Greater Dayton Public Television

    74. University Regional Broadcasting 1985

    75. Yale University

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 191 [14A-J-1B] Files:

    1. The Pipe Tomahawk of Meshingomesia, Band Chief o the Mississinewa Indians

    2. A Rectangular form 'Roller' pestle from the Miami Valley

    3. Lodge of Miami

    4. Rat-tailed spears: Another look

    5. An Unusual Butler county two-holed bell-shaped Adena pendant

    6. Mound city miniature: a tiny Hopewell platform pipe

    7. A large Butler county Hopewell spear

    8. An Effigy stone as archaic atlatl weight

    9. Northeastern Ohio Paleo Point with Graver spur

    10. The Hueston Pipe Tomahawk: An Historic treasure of the Miami valley

    11. Late Mississippian/ Proto-historic pipe

    12. An Unconventional trophy-shaped three-quarter grooved axe from Little Indian creek

    13. "Great Pipes" : The Ohio Hopewell Southern Copena Connection

    14. The Canada Goose

    15. A Cherokee named Tsali

    16. Hopewell Crow/Raven Effigy Pipes: An Ohio-Illinois Comparison

    17. A Large Hopewell Celt from Little Indian Creek, Butler County

    18. "The Shawnees called them 'Wapiti' (the story of American Elk in Ohio before the coming of the white man)

    19. A Cancer in our Midst (1/29/90)

    20. The Prehistoric Elk-moose, Cervalces Scotti

    21. An Archaic rectangular form roller pestle from the Ohio valley

    22. A French style Iron squaw trade axe from Butler county

    23. Miniature Axes

    24. A miniature full-grooved axe

    25. The Elk and the Indian in Prehistoric Ohio (as food source, fur and bone-tool source)

    26. The Enigmatic Birdstone 5/17/90

    27. Conventional Wisdom and archaic atlatl weights (highlighting the ellipsoidal bar atlatl weight acquired from the Joseph E. Meyer collection dispersal)

    28. A Large three-quarter grooved axe from Licking County Ohio

    29. An Indian creek archaic basal-notched point (4/10/91)

    30. A large metamorphosed Igneous Greenstone Adze from Portage County Ohio

    31. An Early Archaic weak-stemmed point from the Indian creek valley of Butler county (5/22/91)

    32. Portage River Archaic Basal notched points (9/5/91)

    33. The Gray Wolf (5/20/91)

    34. A Classic Adena Beaver-tail point

    35. Fewer than a thousand left: the continuing destruction of Ohio's Preshistoric mounds

    36. "A copper rat-tailed spear and gorget from Scioto County, Ohio" (from a mound in West Portsmouth investigated by John Redden in 1933 and now owned by John C. Rummel from Westerville Ohio)

    37. "Sacred Enclosures" : The Truncated Pyramid or Platform mounds of the Hopewell

    38. The Melvin Collection of Point Pleasant Pottery Pipes

    39. Darl Fifer's Edward Corbett Case

    40. The Great Mound- Butler County; purchased by the Archaeological Conservancy with the help of the Ohio Historical society (7/1989)

    41. Museums- Ohio Local and County with Archeological and Indian artifact collections available for study and research

    42. Converse, Robert N. editor, Ohio Archaeologist

    43. Fisher, R. Jerry- Bucyrus, Ohio

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 192 [14A-J-1C] Files:

    1. Resumes A-Z

    2. Abrams, Dan (chief Miami)

    3. Alig, Joyce (Mercer County High School)

    4. Anderson, William

    5. Bach, Beverly

    6. Baer, Betty "History of the Miami University Libraries"

    7. Baran, Heidi L.

    8. Barnhart, Terry

    9. Barry, Megan- Shriver Scholarship 1993-1994

    10. Baumhardt, Richard E. "Boomer"

    11. Benatti, Martin (Argentina)

    12. Baudendistel, Maxine

    13. Beinecke, William S.

    14. Boen, Donna

    15. Bourne, Jane Roudebush

    16. Boen, Donna (university communication)

    17. Bosch, Jennifer L.

    18. Brandabur, Joe

    19. Brown, David G.

    20. Brown, Paul

    21. Buchy, James (member, Ohio House of Representatives)

    22. Buckey, Kimberly D.

    23. Burke, Bobbe

    24. Burke, John

    25. Burke, Kenneth E.

    26. E. Fred Carlisle (exec. VP for Academic Affairs and Provost)

    27. Carnie, Carolyn

    28. Cauffman, Joy: History of Garrison Corner, Clinton County, Ohio 1994

    29. Cayton, Andrew and Mary

    30. Clauss, Michael (grad asst. Fall 1997)

    31. Compton, Trent

    32. Contosta, David R.

    33. Cooks, Lucile Crowell

    34. Copenhaver, Kenneth L.

    35. Corbin, Lauren L.

    36. Cottrell; Fred, Annice Bob, and Bill

    37. Cox, Milton

    38. Crockett, Devissi V.

    39. Cullen, Avis

    40. Correspondence

    41. Avis: She Tried Hard (book)

    42. Daiker, Donald

    43. Dalhouse, Mark

    44. Davis, Stefan S.

    45. Davison, Kenneth

    46. Dawes, Charles J. (Dawes Arboretum)

    47. De Croix, Douglas M.A. Thesis (Ft. Meigs in the War of 1812)

    48. Dewine, Senator Mike (Miami '69, Hammond Lecture Nov. 11)

    49. Dice, Daniel

    50. Dolibois, John E.

    51. Easton, Darren

    52. Edmiston, Patricia Frundt

    53. Ellis, John and Jane

    54. Ellison, Curtis

    55. Embry, Wayne

    56. Emler Bob and Fran

    57. Esterquest, Bonnie (Mrs. Frank)

    58. Etheridge, Robert J.

    59. Fahs, Charles Burton (correspondence with Jamie Fahs)

    60. Fairburn, Dr. Donald T.

    61. Farmer, Walter

    62. Farris, Jonathan. M.A. student 1983-1984

    63. Feagler, Dick

    64. Fickenworth, Becky Backes

    65. Foster, Cory

    66. Frain, Roger Douglas

    67. Fretter, Lawrence

    68. Frey, Jerry

    69. Fox, Michael A.

    70. Fulmer, Peter S.

    71. Gatsos, John

    72. Gillihan, Larry

    73. Gordon, Stephen C.

    74. Gray, George Andrew

    75. Gruber, Lindsay L.

    76. Hadsel, Fred L. "Tim"

    77. Haid, John (son); Haid, Richard (father)

    78. Hammer-Huber, Christian Taylor (Miami '91)

    79. Haidet, Bud

    80. Hall, Ron

    81. Hanger, William S.

    82. Hart, Darrell

    83. Harris, James (Dartmouth '91)

    84. Havighurst, Walter

    85. Hedric, Darrell

    86. Helsel, Dale

    87. Henry, Ronald J.

    88. Herman, Bjorn

    89. Babeck, Albert F. and the Schools of Butler County Ohio

    90. Hoerner, James A.

    91. Hogan, Charles M.

    92. Holt, Patricia L.

    93. Holzman, Michael R.

    94. Holtz, Lou

    95. Huchinson, James P.

    96. Hunsche, Jan

    97. Hyman, Eric Cartwright (Athletic Director)

    98. Jackson, W. Sherman

    99. Jahnke, John

    100. Janovsky- Ginny, Ray, and family

    101. Jasper, Harold

    102. Jurgenson, Nadine C.

    103. Kamil, Neil

    104. Kemp, Robert

    105. Knapp, Alexandra

    106. Knepper, George W.

    107. Knisley, Scott M.

    108. Knopf, Richard C.

    109. Kramer, Jack Reed

    110. Krebs, Gene (state representative)

    111. Krizek, John L. (van Nuys, California)

    112. Kuethe, Kevin (graduate student 1995)

    113. Leonard, Chief Floyd

    114. Limper, Karl E.

    115. Listerman, Mary Sue (Ruether)

    116. Little, Richard

    117. Lukens, Congressman Buzz

    118. Lord, David E.

    119. Lusby, Stan

    120. Luttenegger, Todd (HST 161B Fall '94, Rec for Vanderbilt)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 193 [14A-J-2A] Files:

    1. Resume of Talks (retirement years 1983-present)

    2. Press clippings

    3. Ellsworth Book Distribution

    4. Articles appearing in the Ohio Archaeologist, 1965 to the present

    5. Press coverage of president-elect Paul G. Pearson

    6. President Shriver

    7. Harry F. Lupold, Ohio Academy of History, 1985-1986

    8. Correspondence with Vladimir Steffel, Secretary/Treasurer of the Ohio Academy of History

    9. September 1987, OAH, Constitution and Northwest Ordinance

    10. Correspondence with Taylor Stults, Past President of the Ohio Academy of History

    11. Executive Committee for 1983-1984 of the Ohio Academy of History

    12. Fall Meeting- October 14, 1983 Ohio Academy of History

    13. Fall meeting, October 26, 1984 Ohio Academy of History, planning materials

    14. Plans for the Annual Spring Meeting of the Ohio Academy of History, April 14, 1984

    15. General Correspondence, Ohio Academy of History, 1983-1984

    16. Spring Meeting, the Ohio Academy of History, April 23, 1983. Program notes and post-mortem

    17. Constitution, membership roster, and official forms/papers of the Ohio Academy of History

    18. Distinguished teaching Award of the Ohio Academy of History for 1984.

    19. Committee Appointments Ohio Academy of History 1983-1984

    20. Correspondence with Eugene C. Murdock, Vice President and President Elect OAH 1983-1984

    21. Fall meeting, October 26-27, 1984 OAH

    22. Correspondence with Stuart Givens, Newsletter Editor of the Ohio Academy of History

    23. Ohio Academy of History 1982

    24. The Annual Spring Meeting of the Ohio Academy of History, April 13, 1985 at Denison University

    25. 1975-1976 Student Opposition

    26. Phil Shriver Retirement 1997

    27. Miami Report write-ups

    28. Miami Report write-ups

    29. Newspaper clippings

    30. For Bill Utter, "Geometric Progression" speech

    31. OAH Newsletters, 1987- 1994

    32. OAH Newsletters, 1994-1998

    33. Miami University brochures- Excellence is Our Tradition

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 194 [14A-J-2B] Files:

    1. E.O.P. students

    2. Work-study 1978-1979

    3. Incoming Mail- no response necessary

    4. Teachers' Strike

    5. Incoming Mail

    6. Misc. clippings

    7. Articles and clippings related to Education and universities

    8. M.U. memos and actions

    9. American political and social clippings

    10. Miami investments, controversy in South Africa (foreign divestments)

    11. Newspaper clippings/articles- Minority students on campus/ race relations

    12. Newspaper clippings/articles- Minority students on camus/race relations/ women students' concerns

    13. Office of the Provost letters 1979-1980

    14. The Miami Alumnus December 1965

    15. Executives Computer Concepts Class

    16. Age-Tenure roster (4 June, 1980)

    17. Statement- Miami regional campus

    18. Aspen Institute for Humanistic studies

    19. Miami University Capital Improvements Plan 1975-1981

    20. Miami University Current Operating Budget, Fiscal year 1966-1967

    21. Miami University Current Operating Budget, Fiscal year 1966-1967

    22. Miami University Current Operating Budget, Fiscal year 1967-1968

    23. Miami University Current Operating Budget, Fiscal year 1969-1970

    24. Miami University Current Operating Budget, Fiscal year 1970-1971

    25. Miami University Salary Schedule fiscal year 1975-1976

    26. Miami University Salary Schedule fiscal year 1976-1977

    27. Miami University Current Operating Budget fiscal year 1978-1979

    28. Miami University Current Operating Budget fiscal year 1981-1982

    29. Miami University Salary schedule fiscal year 1981-1982

    30. Miami University Current Operating Budget, fiscal year 1968-1969

    31. Miami University Capital Improvement projects March 1968

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 195 [14A-J-2C] Files:

    1. Miami Alumni Symposium, Dimensions of Freedom, 1995

    2. Old photographs, newspapers, and grocery list

    3. Learning Disability/Lois Philips

    4. Various Backfiles- items too small to stand alone, and which there are numerous other file folders with similar items

    5. Box: A Gift of Turn of the Century post-cards of Miami University campus scenes from Charles Berg III

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 196 [14A-J-3A] Files: Audiocassette tapes:

    1. Shriver-Erie Talk (4/10/85)

    2. Shriver-Erie Talk (4/15/85)

    3. Shriver- Erie Talk 2 (4/15/85)

    4. Most Memorable Homecomings. Shriver, Pont, Scherz 10/3/85

    5. Phil's Bicentennial Speech to United Services (4/12/89)

    6. the Shriver Years, pt 1

    7. The Shriver Years pt 2

    8. 50th Reunion, Miami Class of 1941

    9. Shriver- All Things Considered #2 Miami and the Civil War

    10. Shriver- All Things Considered #4 Miami and World War 1

    11. Shriver- All Things Considered #5 Miami and World War 2

    12. Shriver's Miami Vignettes (2 disc)

    13. Miami Mysteries, Chad R. Pegram (10/30/92)

    14. Miami Mysteries 10/27/82 (2 disc)

    15. Phillip R. Shriver N.W. Ordinance, 200 years and pioneering

    16. Rotary Talk

    17. Election Campaign Songs and Narration, Ohio Village Singers

    18. Frances Cole 1957, harpiscordist, Presidents Club, May 12, 1979

    19. Dr. Martin Luther King Speeches

    20. Highjinx at Highbrewster

    21. MICROFILM SLIDES, bound by rubberband or in small boxes. also: small box containing slide viewer VIDEOCASSETTES:

    22. Scenes from Miami University 1942-1947-1948

    23. 1991: Robert Hamilton Bishop Farm; Buckhaden, Scotland; Lockerbie Scotland

    24. 1981 Miami Commencement

    25. Award Ceremony, OEB Annual Meeting at Mohican State Park, 1985

    26. Dick Shrider's Roast, heritage room 1989 Magnetic audio tape reels

    27. Gunga Din, 2 copies

    28. Dr. Shriver and Dr. Etheridge, Heritage Room 11/24/68

    29. Press conference with Dr Spencer June 15, 1973 (two tapes)

    30. Commencement Ohio University Jan 29, 1966 File Folders

    31. Birth of a State

    32. Conspiracy on Blennerhassett Island

    33. Ohio's Battleground: The War of 1912

    34. Shakers, Amish, and Mormons

    35. "Valley of God's Pleasures: The Shakers"

    36. A Stake in Zion: The Mormons in early Ohio, 1831-1838

    37. From Trails to Rails

    38. War with michigan?

    39. The Abolitionist Crusade

    40. John Brown's Body

    41. The Civil War: Ohio's Jewels

    42. Vallandigham and the Copperheads

    43. Morgan's Raid

    44. The Progressive Era

    45. The Impact of World War 1

    46. The Anti-Saloon League and the "Roaring Twenties"

    47. Dark Decade

    48. Repeal, Recovery, and War- Again!

    49. The Lansche and Rhodes Eras

    50. Ohio Today

    51. Dr. Shriver-Symposium (8 tapes)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 197 [14A-J-3B] Files:

    1. Speeches v.1

    2. Speeches v.2

    3. Speeches v.3

    4. Speeches v.4

    5. Reunion Weekend Materials

    6. Speeches Made to Alumni of Miami

    7. Senior challenge

    8. Cantrell, Dr. Margaret

    9. Merit incentives

    10. Campus Life during World War 2- at Miami Alumni Symposium June 12,1992

    11. Class of 1946 Alumni weekend

    12. Class of 1951 Alumni weekend

    13. Class of 1976 Alumni weekend

    14. History Department 1991-1993

    15. Professional Activities- resume for Department of History and Graduate School

    16. History Department July 1, 1995

    17. Annual Report of professional activities

    18. Faculty Service Reports

    19. Gifts and Honors

    20. Faculty "Conversations" History Department

    21. Faculty correspondence, History department

    22. History department newsletter

    23. Goldy, Charlotte Newman- Chair, 1995

    24. History Flyers

    25. Independent investigations, History 1981

    26. Library Acquisitions

    27. International Biographical Centre Cambridge, England

    28. McClellan Lectures/Symposium

    29. The "New" History

    30. Office Furniture and Equipment

    31. Robert F. Berkhofer, Jr.

    32. Shriver Professorship

    33. Speakers Committee, History Department

    34. Who's Who

    35. Sketch: Dr. Phillip R. Shriver Updated 10/3/90

    36. Pictures (Dr. Shriver)

    37. Miami University et al v. Dr. Phillip R. Shriver et al, defendants' exhibits

    38. Email Correspondence between Rob Tolley and Dr. Shriver regarding Charles Anderson's Gettysburg Address plus background information

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 198 [14A-J-3C] Files:

    1. Talk: "Indians of the Miami Valley"

    2. Academic Standards (Public Schools)

    3. Justice

    4. Address: "Higher Education : The Challenges Ahead

    5. "Political Correctedness" : The New McCarthyism (or, The McCarthyism of the New Left)

    6. Grade Inflation

    7. Troy Hall of Fame Speech (induction ceremonies, Nov. 2 1997)

    8. "Save our Span" The Oxford Museum Association and the Black Covered Bridge

    9. Casper Memorial Lecture April 25, 2000

    10. "Diversity in Perspective": Panel Discussion Sponsored by Phi Kappa Psi in the 113 Laws Hall (2/23/1998)

    11. Technology ("Our curse in America is that we love gadgets. We embrace the notion that technology is our pal")

    12. Legal Reforms--the need for them

    13. The "new" history vs. the "old" Ethnic studies and western civilization

    14. History denigrated: As bunk, myth, worthless, or "feel-good" therapy.

    15. Population Explosion

    16. "Hey-Hey, Ho-Ho, Western Civ has got to go!" the 'dumbing down of America'

    17. "Elite" as a 'dirty' word or a badge of distinction

    18. "An historic perspective: native Americans in the 19th century"

    19. Alumni Weekend- Class Reunion talks

    20. Patriotism

    21. "Oxford's Four Presbyterian churches and Five colleges: Faith and learning, one and inseparable"

    22. Miami Alumni Symposium, (June 12-14, 1991) "Old Miami, New Miami"

    23. "Old Miami: The 'Yale of the Early West;" a talk given to alumni attending the Miami ALumni Weekend (6/15/96)

    24. "The History of Miami: The Past Ten Years, 1974-1984"

    25. "The Cry of the Crane: The Story of the Miami Indians and the Ohio Country of the 1790s" (6/10/96)

    26. My Favorite Miami Athletic Memories

    27. "The Cry of the Crane: The Story of the Miami Indians" (4/23/00)

    28. 25 Years of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics at Miami (4/22/00)

    29. "Welcome to the Land of the Miamis"- Parent's Day Luncheon (11/3/90)

    30. The Spring of '70 Remembered

    31. Heritage Room Mural Talk

    32. Rotary Talk (2/23/00)

    33. "leadership with values" class of 1997 (4/29/97)

    34. Troy (Ohio) Hall of Fame Induction (11/2/97)

    35. Moral/Spiritual/Religious Roots of American/Miami education

    36. Memorable Moments in Miami's Athletic History/25th Anniversary of Women's Athletics at Miami

    37. Moral and Ethical Values

    38. Scottish Roots of Miami University

    39. Values: Our Current Moral and Spiritual crisis

    40. "Miami Presidents" a talk given on 9/17/97 Garland Inaugural week

    41. Lawyers: Jokes and Problems

    42. Miami's Military Tradition

    43. Good Closing Quotations for Miami and Other Talks

    44. Class of 1970- 25th Reunion Talk June, 1995

    45. Recollections of Sixteen Years 1965-1981

    46. Leadership and the Anti-Leadership Vaccine

    47. Alumni Weekend, 6/10-14/92

    48. Honor Society Talks, University and High School

    49. Homecoming Traditions at Miami- Talk for Campus Activities Council (10/22/96)

    50. National Honor Society (high school) induction address

    51. Chicago Chapter Miami Alumni Association (3/11/95)

    52. Miami Campus Talks

    53. Inauguration Ceremony for ASG Officers, student senators and court justices, and Hall presidents

    54. "George Washington and the Ohio Country" (2/18/1994)

    55. Obscenity, "Art", the Mapplethorpe Exhibit

    56. Harrison, President Benjamin, Miami '52: program on C-Span 12/16/95

    57. Articles written- 1984

    58. Memorial Day Address

    59. Ohio's Military Prisons in the Civil War

    60. Hamilton Bicentennial (1/25/91)

    61. The Western College Program: A Vision of Student-Centered, Wholistic Education

    62. America's Third Great Charter

    63. "The History Of Miami: The

    64. Oxford A 19th Century View A Bicentennial Exhibition, May 16-July 16, 1976 Past Ten Years, 1974-1984

    65. History Department 1

    66. History Department 2

    67. History Department 3

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 199 [14A-J-4A] Files:

    1. Maple Knoll video

    2. Oxford Community Foundation

    3. Other Retirement Communities

    4. Maple Knoll Village brochures

    5. Oxford Retirement Home Study Group

    6. Presbyterian Retirement Services

    7. Maple Knolls Correspondence and Brochures

    8. Maple Knolls Community Presentation

    9. Shriver's Committee Information on Maple Knolls

    10. Proposal for National Endowment for the Humanities

    11. OHC

    12. Ohio Historical Society

    13. Campus Planning Policies and Procedures

    14. Campus Planning Policies and Procedures v.2

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 200 [14A-J-4B] Files:

    1. Miami University Intrafraternity Council 1964

    2. Miami University Current Operating Budget, 1965

    3. Capital Improvement Plan 1967-1973

    4. Salary Schedule 1979-1980

    5. Financial Report 1980

    6. Salary Schedule 1980-1981

    7. Master Plan: Higher Education in Ohio 1976

    8. Ohio Basic Data Series: Higher Education

    9. Master Plan: Higher Education in Ohio 1976

    10. Master Plan for Higher Education, 1966

    11. Miami Bulletins and Course Schedules

    12. Butler County and Oxford maps and information

    13. Miami Bulletin Student Handbook 1995-1996; Course Planning Guide 1996-1997

    14. Phil Shriver Inauguration and President's Annual Report (1973) Brochures

    15. Miami University Report

    16. Important Dates

    17. Honors Program

    18. History Course Booklets

    19. Other Miami Achievements

    20. Miami Bookmarks

    21. About Miami- statistics, ranks, recruitment

    22. Oxford town, Miami Campus, and Worthington High Op-Ed

    23. Other Miami Rankings

    24. Peter Bronson, Playskool University, op-ed

    25. ACT Mean score- Miami rankings, National Merit scholars

    26. U.S. News Miami rankings

    27. Ranking and Statistics of Miami and Race Relations

    28. Miami Public Ivy

    29. Rankings- Fiske/Best Buy, Best Value

    30. Enrollment, admissions, freshman class profiles

    31. Faculty salary

    32. Preservation of Oxford, Miami historical buildings

    33. Other colleges

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 201 [14A-J-4C] Contents:

    1. Citizens' Task Force for Higher Education; MU Honors Program

    2. Shriver Documents relating to Education and Miami University

    3. Ohio and Local News Clippings

    4. MU Alumni Association Publication (1959)

    5. Ohio State University Campaign (February 1988)

    6. Student Life Research Service ; Message on Education

    7. Miami University Reports

    8. Miami Brochures- Direction for Departments

    9. General Magazines and Brochures

    10. Resolution R80- 'no car rule'

    11. Provisional Master Plan for Public Higher Education in Ohio- April 1965

    12. College Students

    13. Miami University Clippings

    14. Miscellaneous Educational Documents

    15. Universities (clippings)

    16. University Rankings, entrance exam scores

    17. Politics and Curriculum

    18. University Budget crises; reform

    19. Brochures

    20. University Reports and Booklets

    21. Magazines

    22. Miami Documents

    23. Notes on Candidates for position

    24. University sports clippings

    25. National News Clippings

    26. Office of Public Information News Clippings (June 3, 1981)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 202 [14A-J-5A] Files:

    1. Information on Phil Shriver's 50th Anniversary celebration

    2. 50th Anniversary notes of congratulations

    3. 50th Anniversary cards

    4. 50th Anniversary 'Thank you' correspondence

    5. The Pursuit of Happiness speeches

    6. Other Universities' commencement addresses

    7. Art Buchenwald address, reactions

    8. Other Commencement Speakers to Miami

    9. Commencement Addresses- other universities

    10. 1987 Central Ohio commencement

    11. Address: Threshold

    12. Address: What a Man Chooses

    13. Commencement Addresses at High Schools

    14. High Schools v. 2

    15. "And the means of education shall be forever encouraged"

    16. The Campaign for Miami

    17. The Campaign for Miami v.2

    18. The Campaign for Miami v.3

    19. The Campaign for Miami v.4

    20. The Campaign for Miami v.5

    21. Miscellaneous

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 203 [14A-J-5B] Contents:

    1. News article on Roudebush book release

    2. Editing and Printing Roudebush book

    3. Roudebush draft October 1992

    4. Roudebush book, edited version August 1992

    5. Notes on changes to Roudebush draft

    6. undated draft

    7. J. Paul McNamara's foreword

    8. Mr. Honest: The Career and Legacy of Wallace P. Roudebush, M.A. Thesis

    9. Final Draft

    10. Maraschiello book- Roudebush

    11. Lectures: Crossing the Mighty Mississippi" on the Delta Queen with the Miami Alumni Tour Group

    12. Post Trip Evaluations and Itinerary

    13. Booklets

    14. Brochures

    15. Mementos

    16. Brochures/Articles

    17. Copies of old primary source- Ohio's Governors

    18. New Orleans Airport Map, Passenger Info, Financial Details

    19. Aspects of Trip

    20. About New Orleans

    21. Correspondence and Reading Information for Trip

    22. "Mississippi River and the Civil War" Miami Alumnus Tour on the Delta Queen

    23. Miami Trip: Exploring the Antebellum South and Intercoastal waterways

    24. "Exploring the Colonial South" Miami University Alumni Tour March 28-April 4, 1992

    25. Maps and Brochures

    26. Trip Itinerary and Info

    27. Photographs, Keepsakes

    28. Nantucket Clipper- St Lawrence River Cruise info, area info

    29. Nantucket Clipper- St Lawrence River maps, brochures, etc

    30. Nantucket Clipper- St Lawrence River correspondence and Info, including death of J. Paul McNamara

    31. Antebellum South tour: Shriver correspondence

    32. Antebellum South: American Orient Express passenger documents/info

    33. Antebellum South: Magazines, maps, brochures, mementos

    34. Lectures: The Old South, M.u. and the Civil War, Lottie Moon, Burnside, and the Civil War

    35. Antebellum South Tour: Info kept at home

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 204 [14A-J-5C] Files:

    1. Algonquin Ohio Valley Indian Symposium at Miami University September 26-28, 1996

    2. Algonquin People of the Ohio Valley

    3. Black Action Movement

    4. Butler County Citizens for Elderly Services

    5. Cincinnati Bicentennial

    6. Dayton Ohio Bicentennial

    7. Butler County Parks

    8. Cleveland Bicentennial

    9. Indian Hills Historical Society

    10. Middfest

    11. National Collegiate Athletic Organization

    12. Ohio Capital Building rededication

    13. Memorials 1989

    14. Ohio Ethics Commission, Annual Filing statement

    15. Ohio Fellows

    16. Ohio Humanities Council Advisory Committee for Newspaper project

    17. Oxford Area Bikeway Historic Tour, grant proposal

    18. Oxford Tree Association

    19. Risser, President Paul G.

    20. Stouffers

    21. Photocopies for Library Special Collections

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 205 [14A-J-6A] Contents:

    1. Miami University Men's Glee Club Year 2000 "The Best Tour Ever" by Kevin Kuethe

    2. Letters from Shriver 1993-1998

    3. Letters from Shriver January 1999

    4. Letters from Shriver February 1999

    5. Letters from Shriver March-July 1999

    6. Letters from Shriver 2001

    7. Letters from Shriver 2002

    8. Letters from Shriver 2003

    9. Memorials

    10. Backfiles- singular items also found in multiple boxes

    11. Politics (national and local)

    12. Sports- mainly Miami football

    13. Miami Documents

    14. McGuffey Museum

    15. Invitations

    16. re: Recommendations wrote by Shriver

    17. Thank you notes and letters to Shriver

    18. General Correspondence to Dr. Shriver

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 206 [14A-J-6B] Contents:

    1. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority

    2. Alig, Joyce

    3. St Clair Headquarters Building

    4. The Road to Greeneville "Bicentennial Commemoration of the Indian Wars of the 1790s"

    5. Ohio-Indiana YMCA

    6. Ohio Decorative Arts Association

    7. O.E.B.N.C.

    8. National Endowment for the Humanities

    9. Maltby House

    10. Lake County Historical Society

    11. I. E. S. Institute of Environmental Studies

    12. Artists Series

    13. Henry, Ronald J. Provost

    14. Jack Valenti, Hammond Lecturer 4/28/94

    15. Boorstin, Daniel J. Hammond Lecturer 1/24/90

    16. Marble, John

    17. Dawes, Charles J.

    18. Adams, Eva

    19. Musgrave, Dr. Story Hammond Lecturer 1994-1995

    20. Law Day Talk: "Foundations of Freedom"

    21. Tower, Senator John (of Texas) Hammond Lecturer 1987

    22. Golden Key National Honor Society Induction remarks 11/15/92

    23. "Making the Most of Miami"

    24. Camp Campbell Gard- Natureshops

    25. Historians are Everywhere

    26. "The Importance of History"

    27. Bystrom Room Dedication 5/29/91

    28. "From George to George" address to Kent Kismet Club 1/26/89

    29. The Heritage of Miami: From James M. Dorsey (1812) to Colonel Higgins (1989)

    30. "If teachers can get excited about History, so too can their students"

    31. Thanksgiving Talk, Oxford Area

    32. Freshmen Orientation

    33. Gallipolis Bicentennial 1990

    34. Jesuit and Erie: The Dawn of History of a Lake and its People

    35. Dissertation? on Thomas Matthews v. 1

    36. Dissertation? on Thomas Matthews v.2

    37. Joseph Harris- Letters of the Civil War

    38. The Family Tradition: Marmaduke Swearingen aka Blue Jacket

    39. Heritage Commission of Miami

    40. E=MCsquared

    41. Intelsphere '94 and '95

    42. Fahs, Charles Burton

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 207 [14A-J-6C] Contents:

    1. Brochures, Newsletters, Ohio-Parana

    2. From Dr. Shriver

    3. To Dr. Shriver v.1

    4. To Dr Shriver v.2

    5. Memorials

    6. Miami Sports articles and booklets

    7. Magazines and Brochures

    8. Miscellaneous items

    9. The Indian Captivity of Jonathan Adler

    10. Luxembourg Trip 1998

    11. HST 161 Midterm 1998

    12. HST 161 Final Exams 1997; Notes (typed) 1994

    13. Miami/Regional history

    14. Microsoft Encarta 97 Encyclopedia

    15. Surreal World, Kevin M. Carr (Ron Tammen, Miami Mysteries)

    16. Ohio Academy of History 2000 and 2001

    17. Dr. Shriver

    18. Miami Indians, a Bibliography

    19. Origin of the Miami Name

    20. Cry of the Crane: The Story of the Miami Indians October 7, 1990

    21. Little Turtle and the Miami Nation October 16, 1989

    22. Griffith, Amy L.

    23. E-mail messages and correspondences

    24. The "Beer Riots" Spring 1998

    25. Spring of 1970, 20 years later

    26. Spring of 1970 campus Disorders at M.U> and across the nation

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 208 [14A-J-7A] Contents:

    1. "From Berkeley Plantation to the White House: The Saga of the Harrisons and their Miami Connection" lecture 5/12/95

    2. "It all began on the Chesapeake" lecture 5/8/ 95

    3. Chesapeake Bay Trip Miami Alumni and Clipper Cruise Lines May 6-13 1995

    4. Journals and Magazines

    5. Maps and Guides

    6. Receipts, Souvenirs

    7. Miami Alumni Tour-Chesapeake Bay Correspondence 1995

    8. Invitations, Programs

    9. Ball, Helen Coulter (Memorial)

    10. College sports

    11. Memorials

    12. John E. Dolibois

    13. "Freedom is not Free" 9/11

    14. Museums- American Indian and Miami University

    15. Journals on African Americans and Race issues

    16. Other Universities and Colleges

    17. Dolibois European Center (MUDEC) 35th Anniversary

    18. Thank You Notes

    19. Correspondence TO Dr. Shriver

    20. Correspondence TO Dr. Shriver v.2

    21. Correspondence FROM Dr. Shriver

    22. Correspondence FROM Dr. Shriver v.2

    23. Posters, Newspaper articles, journals

    24. Anthropology journals

    25. Thank You notes and other correspondence (mostly to Dr. Shriver)

    26. Announcements and Shriver memos, notes too

    27. Hammond Lecture- Senator Mike DeWine 11/11/99

    28. Miami news

    29. Department of History Memos

    30. Newspaper articles- University related (education)

    31. Miami Athletes

    32. Snow/Allen Racist pamphleteering trial 1999

    33. Ohio Newsletters and articles

    34. General History (brochures, law case, articles)

    35. Political Articles

    36. Native American relations, especially to the Miami Tribe

    37. Miami and Oxford Brochures and Memos

    38. The DeWitt Log House

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 209 [14A-J-7B] Contents:

    1. Text of Presentation honoring Dr. Shriver, plus Birthday Card

    2. Worldwide Challenge, Sept-Oct 1998 Christian Magazine

    3. Athletic Magazines

    4. Pro! Magazine and Bengals v. Browns ticket (1975)

    5. Miami Sports Clippings- games, etc.

    6. Miamian, Vol. 21, No.2

    7. Miami Athletics Department: Rule compliance, general documents pertaining to function of department

    8. Timeline Magazines 1. Oct-Nov 1989 2. Aug-Sept 1986

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 210 [14A-J-7C] Contents:

    1. Chronos, Kairos, Christos: Nativity and Chronological Studies- Jack Finegan

    2. Native American Documents

    3. Journal Articles/ Newsletters

    4. Correspondence, Memos

    5. Correspondence, Memos v.2

    6. Assorted Documents

    7. Articles

    8. Newsletters

    9. Personal Documents- Dr. Shriver

    10. Miami University Documents

    11. History

    12. Yale brochures/documents

    13. ROTC

    14. Resumes and CVs

    15. Model Competency Based Social Programs

    16. Enhancing Access to Microfilm Reference Collections

    17. Joseph Friedrichs, Philip Shriver

    18. Model Competency Based Social Studies Program draft 1993

    19. Peterson, Spiro, and Yerevan. Daniel Defoe Center at Miami

    20. McGuffey High School's 50th Anniversary, First Run 2nd Floor June 3 1994

    21. American Association for State and Local History

    22. Charter Day Ball and Dinner 1994

    23. Fine, Caryn (Student HST 161 fall 1993)

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 211 [14A-K-1A] Contents:

    1. Native American Homecoming, June 2003 Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    2. The Road to Greene Ville: The Rise and the Fall of the Miami Confederacy

    3. Notes on the Ohio Shawnees, 1787-1792

    4. "The Miami and the Illinois (Peoria) at the Time of Historic Contact: The Journal of Father Marquette."

    5. The Treaty of Greene Ville

    6. Lower Shawnee Town on the Eve of the French and Indian War

    7. The Miami Feather Dance: The Journal of Christopher Gist 1751

    8. "Cry of the Crane" submitted to Timeline Jan 16 1987

    9. The Ordeal of Mishikinakwa, The Little Turtle of the Miamis, at the Treaty of Greene Ville

    10. Artifacts of Peace, an article for the April-May 1988 special issue of Timeline Vol. 5, No. 2 pp.43-45

    11. A Large Seventeenth Century Historic Contact Interment in the Cuyahoga Valley: An Iroquoian Piece in the Puzzle of What Happened to the Whittlesey Focus?

    12. The Columbian Quincentenary and the Clash of European and Indian Cultures 1492-1795

    13. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: I. Native Americans and the First Europeans; II. Rival Claims and Successive Wars

    14. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: III. An "Empire of Liberty:" Planning the Growth of a New Nation

    15. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: IV. Territorial Government, the Indian Wars, and the Quest for Statehood

    16. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: V. The Frontier State

    17. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: VI. From Trails to Rails: The Passing of Pioneer Life

    18. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: VII. Religion, Education, and Social Reform

    19. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: VIII. The Anti-Slavery Crusade

    20. Documentary History of Ohio Part One: IX. Civil War and Reconstruction

    21. Shriver Notes- presentation about Miami University

    22. Programs, University Committee, Meeting Information

    23. Aatotankiki Myaamiaki- Official Publication of the Miami Nation

    24. Newspaper clippings about local people

    25. Letters, Thank you Notes, and correspondence TO Dr. Shriver

    26. Letters, Memos from Dr. Shriver

    27. History Department

    28. Brochures and Virtual Guide to Ohio

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 212 [14A-K-1B] Contents:

    1. Unbound Rodabaugh Family Newsletters

    2. Funerals of the Famous: James Buchanan March 1990

    3. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 2, No. 4 July 1991

    4. The Unmasking of a Township Trustee, November 1991

    5. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 3, No. 2 February 1992

    6. This Old House June 1992

    7. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 3, No. 4 July 1992

    8. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 3, No. 3 April 1992

    9. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 4, No.1 October 1992

    10. Miami University and the Civil War March 1993

    11. Booklets 1-3 Louis Rodabaugh

    12. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 4, No. 2 January 1993

    13. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 4, No. 3 April 1993

    14. Photo Album

    15. Rodabaugh Family Album Vol. 4, No. 4 July 1993

    16. Becoming "Lear"y of American History

    17. Two Articles on Mapmaking in or near the Era of Christopher Columbus

    18. Rodabaugh Family Newsletter Vol. 5, No.1 October 1993

    19. McKendree College Lebanon, Illinois

    20. Outstanding Young Men of America

    21. Outstanding Young Women of America

    22. Phi Delta Theta Tax Legislation

    23. Phi Delta Theta The Scroll

    24. President's Commission on White House Fellowships

    25. Bicentennial- Bill of Rights Miami University Committee Shriver Chair

    26. Center for the Study of the College Fraternity 1985

    27. Dawes Arboretum

    28. Hamilton Bicentennial 1991

    29. History Department 1989-1990

    30. Lakeside Nominations Committee 1990

    31. Ohio Board for U.M.H.E.

    32. Ohio Business Marketing Cabinet of the Ohio Department of Development 1989

    33. Ohio Energy Advisory Council

    34. Ohio Humanities council

    35. Ohio Humanities Council 1985-1986

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 213 [14A-K-1C] Contents:

    1. Evans Scholars-- 25th Anniversary at Miami

    2. World War II --Memorial

    3. Kasle, Donald H.

    4. Vogel, Bob: COM/MIS 412

    5. Ewbank, Weeb

    6. Title IX Sports Equity

    7. "The Last Lecture" 1998-2002

    8. Sullivan, Christopher W. Jr. MU 2003

    9. The Story of Miami, a brief history for the M-book 2001-2002

    10. Hate Crime at Miami University

    11. Hate Crime and Racism : Posters 1998-99 at the Miami Black Cultural Center

    12. Retirement from Teaching 1999-present

    13. Crutcher, Ronald. Exec. VP and Provost 1999

    14. "Miami's Jewels" Shriver lecture December 17, 1999

    15. Miami's African-American Timeline

    16. "Leadership, The Oxford Area" Keynote address, Miami Art Museum December 13, 1999

    17. Articles concerning Miami and Oxford

    18. Altman, John

    19. Ott, William

    20. Richmond, Jerald D.

    21. Iwo Jima and the Last Months of the War in the Pacific

    22. Shriver Correspondence, invitations, speech

    23. Miami Newsletters, items from speeches, school history

    24. "Freedom is Not Free!" Patriotism, Veteran's Day, reflections on leaving Moscow 1975

    25. Atomic Bomb, Truman, end of WW2

    26. Annual Reports 1978-1979 NCAA

    27. Mid American Conference, official records book 1974

    28. Mid American Conference 1978 official records book

    29. Dayton Campus Miami University/The Ohio State University

    30. Correspondence TO Shriver

    31. Correspondence FROM Shriver v.1

    32. Correspondence FROM Shriver v.2

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 214 [14A-K-2A] Contents:

    1. Memorials

    2. Correspondence From Dr. Shriver

    3. Correspondence To Dr. Shriver

    4. Correspondence To Dr. Shriver v. 2

    5. Newsletters

    6. Articles

    7. Ohio Academy of History and Oxford Community Foundation

    8. Cards, brochures, programs

    9. Rotary Club Study Abroad Scholarship

    10. Ohio Historical Tour Brochures

    11. Miami Items

    12. Catharine Beecher Letter

    13. Politics and the 2004 Election

    14. Reunion Weekend 2002

    15. Invitations, Thank You Notes, mementos

    16. Oxford and Ohio

    17. Miami university

    18. Shriver notes

    19. Correspondence From Dr. Shriver v.2

    20. Oxford Chamber of Commerce

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 215 [14A-K-2B] Contents:

    1. Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1989

    2. Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1990

    3. Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1991

    4. Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1992

    5. Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1993

    6. Personal Correspondence 1992-1994 A-F

    7. Personal Correspondence 1992-1994 G-L

    8. Personal Correspondence 1992-1994 M-R

    9. Personal Correspondence 1992-1994 S-Z

    10. Jerald D. Richmond v.1

    11. Jerald D. Richmond v.2

    12. Jerald D. Richmond v.3

    13. Jerald D. Richmond v.4

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 216 [14A-K-2C] Contents:

    1. Miami's 1991-1992 Basketball Team NCAA First Round vs UNC

    2. Miami Basketball 1991-1992 Media Guide

    3. Miami vs ohio October 19,1991

    4. Kickoff Kent State v. Miami Nov 16, 1991

    5. Miami Football 1991 Media Guide

    6. Miami v. Bowling Green Football Oct 28, 1989

    7. Football Media Guide 1986; General 1985-1986; Hockey 1980-81; Women's Intercollegiate Athletics 1976 Brochure

    8. Tim Rose Firing 1989

    9. Athletics Articles

    10. Athletics Correspondence and documents

    11. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority July 1 1990-December 31 1990 v.1

    12. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority July 1 1990- December 31 1990 v.2

    13. Miami University Faculty Association M.U.F.A. v.1

    14. Miami University Faculty Association M.U.F.A. v. 2

    15. Campus Planning Committee

    16. Committee for Naming Campus Facilities

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 217 [14A-K-3A] Contents:

    1. Personal Correspondence Nov. 1991 A-F

    2. Personal Correspondence Nov. 1991 G-L

    3. Personal Correspondence Nov. 1991 M-R

    4. Personal Correspondence Nov. 1991 S-Z

    5. Personal Correspondence A-F

    6. Personal Correspondence G-M

    7. Personal Correspondence N-S

    8. Thank You Notes, Invitations

    9. State of Ohio Budget crisis, impact on universities

    10. Retirement of President Pearson

    11. Memos and Correspondence, Paul G. Pearson

    12. Campus Planning Committee Spring 1991

    13. Campus Planning Committee Fall 1991

    14. Campus Planning Committee Spring 1992

    15. Campus Planning Committee Fall 1992

    16. Campus Planning Committee Spring 1993

    17. Campus Planning Committee Miami University Maps

    18. "Christmas at Funafuti" William S. Beinecke Nov. 26, 1962

    19. Collective Bargaining

    20. Articles and Interoffice Memos

    21. Journals

    22. Shriver Mail

    23. Programs and Brochures

    24. The Let's Have Better Mottoes Association

    25. Ohio Basic Data Series--Higher Education

    26. Yale

    27. Oxford Presbyterian Church and Retirement Booklet

    28. Newspaper Articles

    29. Statement by Shriver 3/1/74

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 218 [14A-K-3B] Contents:

    1. Search for the New Athletic Director: (resumed search, 2nd semester 1995)

    2. Tressel, Mr. Jim

    3. Boeh, Mr. Thomas C.

    4. LeCrone, Jonathan B.

    5. Peterson, Mr. Christopher J.

    6. Baker, Mr. Samuel Q.

    7. Bourne, Mr. Jeffrey T.

    8. Cegles, Mr. Victor P.

    9. Hamrick, Mr. Mike

    10. Harris, Mr. James E.

    11. Hartzell, Mr. Rick

    12. Hoffman, Mr. Kenneth A.

    13. Hogan, Dr. William J.

    14. Hollis, Mr. Mark J.

    15. Kowalczyk, Mr. Paul

    16. McCloskey, Mr. Edmund J.

    17. McNeely, Mr. Michael S.

    18. Sterk, Mr. James M.

    19. Hedric, Darrell D.

    20. Mauro, Mr. Harold A.

    21. Sander, Dr. Richard L.

    22. Schael, Mr. John

    23. Seyferth, Mr. Fritz

    24. Strome, Dr. Stephen R.

    25. Shoemaker, Mr. John E.

    26. Peirson, Mr. Jerry

    27. Marcin, Mr. Dennis A.

    28. Jacoby, Mr. Robert J.

    29. Davidson, Dr. Judith A.

    30. Adams, Dr. Theodore L.

    31. Babich, Mr. Robert

    32. Beechner, Mr. Richard A.

    33. Biedron, Mr. Joseph A.

    34. Calkins, Ms. Lynda J.

    35. Campbell Mr. Shawn C.

    36. Cegles, Mr. Victor P.

    37. Coble, Mr. Glenn D.

    38. Cohen, Mr. Irwin M.

    39. Didion, Mr. David A.

    40. Edwards, Mr. R. Wayne

    41. Fournier, Mr. Robert J., esq

    42. Furness, Mr. Stephen R.

    43. Galat, Mr. Joe

    44. George, Mr. Richard L.

    45. Gross, Mr. Gary

    46. Hallihan, Mr. James D.

    47. Hart, Mr. Peter M.

    48. Hatgas, Mr. David J.

    49. Athletic Director Search Committee 1994

    50. Bicentennial Historical Commission

    51. Intercollegiate Athletics Papers

    52. Miami Intercollegiate Athletics Evaluation 1993

    53. Basketball Flyers and Sports Recap

    54. Renovating Miami Field Memos 1980

    55. Intercollegiate Athletics, memos re: Issues 1994

    56. Athletic Department Articles

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 219 [14A-K-3C] Contents:

    1. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority v.1

    2. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority v.2

    3. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority v.3

    4. Ohio Historical Society v.1

    5. Ohio Historical Society v.2

    6. Ohio Historical Society v.3

    7. Ohio Historical Society v.4

    8. Ohio Historical Society v.5

    9. Ohio Historical Society v.6

    10. Ohio Historical Society v.7

    11. Frievance/Complaint Procedure OHS

    12. Trustee Committee OHS 1990-1991

    13. OHS Chillicothe

    14. OHS subsidy request FY 1992-1993

    15. Brochures/letters of invitation to Ohio Museums

    16. Ohio Tuition Trust Authority v.3

    17. American Association for State and Local History Aspirations and Challenges Sept 1993

    18. Ohio Historical Society Summary Report 1991

    19. Ohio Historical Society Financial Report 1989,1990

    20. Committee On Trustees

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 220 [14A-K-4A] Contents:

    1. Dr. Shriver

    2. Signage

    3. Rutter, Richard W.

    4. Rodabaugh, Dr. Louis (1993)

    5. Doreen Vincent McGuffey Project seeking Ohio Humanities funding

    6. Lakeside 1992

    7. Hunting for Everyday History, with Margie McLellan and PBS 16/14

    8. DeWitt Log Homestead 1805

    9. Terrorism: The September 11 Attack and Reflections of Note Concerning it.

    10. MU illustrated history by Don Dry for Harmony House Published 1993

    11. HST 161 and 261 exams

    12. Bicentennial Celebration of Northwest Ordinance and US Constitution

    13. Retirement Letters 1998-1999

    14. Invitations, Notes, Brochures

    15. Articles

    16. Memos and Correspondence v.1

    17. Memos and Correspondence v.2

    18. Memos and Correspondence v.3

    19. Book covers: History of Presbyterianism in Oxford, Ohio

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 221 [14A-K-4B] Contents:

    1. Russia--1975 Lenningrad Pictures

    2. Russia 1975--Bag and Wrapping Paper Souvenirs

    3. History of the Sigma Chi Fraternity

    4. Hammond Lecture

    5. Local Brochures, Lecture Information

    6. History Brochures

    7. Journals

    8. Copyright Information

    9. Miami Sports Articles

    10. Yale Articles

    11. HST 161

    12. U.S. Articles - Political and Social

    13. Miami University History and Articles

    14. Ohio History and Articles

    15. Memos, Letters, Notes

    16. Documents re. History

    17. Russia 1975--Plane Tickets, Souvenirs, Receipts, etc.

    18. Russia 1975--Conference of International Association of Universities --Notes, Guidebook

    19. Newspapers re. Soviet Union

    20. Russia Guidebooks 1975

    21. Booklets and Brochures

    22. Articles on Schools

    23. Miami Articles and History

    24. Ohio Articles

    25. Correspondence and Memos

    26. Miami Athletics and Alumni Song Controversy

    27. Supplementary Reading Lists - Ohio History

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 222 [14A-K-4C] Contents:

    1. MU Self Study Report and Special Emphasis Committee Reports

    2. The Miami University Self Study Report for Accreditation Review vol I November 1974

    3. The Miami University Self Study Report for Accreditation Review vol II November 1974

    4. Self Study Report for the North Central Association of College and Schools Draft

    5. Self Study Report for the North Central Accreditation Review Draft September 1994

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 223 [14A-K-5A] Contents:

    1. Miami Sports Articles 1998

    2. Miami Sports Articles 1998 v.2

    3. Miami Sports Articles 1999

    4. Miami-Marshall Game 2002 altercation

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 224 [14A-K-5B] Contents:

    1. No Car Rule

    2. No Car Rule Lawsuit cont'd

    3. No Car lawsuit ruling

    4. Dormitory Construction Lawsuit 1981

    5. Cabinet 1966

    6. Cabinet 1967

    7. Cabinet 1968-9

    8. Cabinet 1973

    9. Cabinet 1974

    10. Cabinet 1975

    11. Cabinet 1976

    12. Cabinet 1977-1978

    13. Cabinet 1977-1978 v. 2

    14. Cabinet 1977-1978 v. 3

    15. Cabinet 1979

    16. Cabinet 1980

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 225 [14A-K-5C] Contents:

    1. Miami Tribe of Indiana

    2. Student Government Report Miami University (Redskins controversy)

    3. Miami Indians Proclamation on "Redskins" 1972

    4. Miami Reports and Miami Indian nation newspapers

    5. Miami Tribe Documents/articles

    6. Native Americans-general

    7. Shriver Notes on Dialogue with Wilma Mankiller

    8. Newakis Burkybile- Miami Pricess 1993

    9. Native American Music (class/lecture plan)

    10. Cry of the Crane

    11. Wahoo Logo Controversy

    12. Native American Culture and Bradley University

    13. Political Correctness articles

    14. Miami Indian Documents-- not related to the "Redskins" controversy

    15. Miami Indian articles-- not related to "Redskins" controversy

    16. Miami Indian Brochures

    17. Miscellaneous pages 1916 Recensio

    18. Native American Newsletters

    19. Documents on "Redskins" controversy 1992-1993

    20. Newspapers "Redskins" controversy

    21. Miami Student newspapers- general

    22. Internal Memo- Miami Heritage

    23. Articles on College in General

    24. Redskin Issues

    25. MU Indian Statue 1999-2000

    26. Licensing 1992-93

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 226 [14A-K-5C] Contents:

    1. Items: Lincoln Highway pendant, Lincoln Highway license plate, Lincoln Highway commemorative coin/paperweight

    2. Police Power in the Reconstruction Legislature

    3. "William Holmes McGuffey: He Taught Johnny to Read" Chapters 1-3

    4. "William Holmes McGuffey: He Taught Johnny to Read" Chapters 4-6

    5. "William Holmes McGuffey: He Taught Johnny to Read" Chapters 7-9

    6. "William Holmes McGuffey: He Taught Johnny to Read" Chapters 10-12

    7. "William Holmes McGuffey: He Taught Johnny to Read" Chapters 13-15

    8. "William Holmes McGuffey: He Taught Johnny to Read" Footnotes

    9. Journals- Biblical Articles

    10. Journals- History and Archaeology

    11. Memo/articles, Shriver

    12. Biblical Journals/Articles v.2

    13. Biblical Journals/Articles v.3

    14. Articles (scholarly) from Journals- History

    15. Articles (scholarly) from Journals- Archaeology

    16. Primary Source photocopies

    17. Newspapers, Lincoln Highway

    18. Sports Articles

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 227 [14A-K-6A] Contents:

    1. Items: Plaque, The Board of Trustees of the Butler County Historical Society for Shriver 2003; metal paperweight, City of Troy Ohio seal 1814

    2. Northwest Ordinance and US Constitution Bicentennial

    3. Northwest Ordinance and US Constitution Bicentennial

    4. Journals

    5. Basketball 2004-5 Media guide

    6. Lottie Moon history

    7. Western College Brochures

    8. Western College

    9. Correspondence

    10. Revolutionary War Soldiers Uniforms, postcards

    11. Newspapers

    12. Western College: Alexander Dining, Alumni Hall, Boiler Plant and MTCE, and Boyd Science Hall

    13. Western College: Clawson Hall, Hillside, Kumler Chapel, Library, Lodge

    14. Western College: Mary Lyon Hall, McKee Hall, Peabody Hall, Presser Hall, Sawyer Gym, Thomson Hall, Utility Systems

    15. Residences: Corson, Edgar Stillman Kelley, Langstroth, Patterson Place, and Stancote House

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 228 [14A-K-6B] Contents:

    1. Ohio Historical Society

    2. Old Newspaper Copies

    3. Oxford Presbyterian Church

    4. Oxford Presbyterian Church v.2

    5. Oxford Presbyterian Church v.3

    6. Harvey J. Shrink (1846)

    7. Buildings

    8. Archaeology

    9. Trip to Luxembourg 1993

    10. Book Photographs

    11. Ohio Heritage- Walter Havighurst

    12. Old Miami- D. Boudinot

    13. Miami U. Until 1830

    14. John Cleves Symmes and the Founding of Miami University- Jeremy Garland

    15. Oxford College for Women- Eleanor Maynard

    16. An Early History of Hepburn Hall- Constance Lewis

    17. The Navy at Miami- Raymond MacQueen

    18. Writing Projects 1982-1985

    19. Development of Miami University- John McCreary

    20. Student Discipline and Regulations at Miami University During the First Twenty Years- Abe Lager

    21. Veteran's Village

    22. A Lawyer, Teacher, and Two Preachers- Barbara Jaques

    23. History of Miami University interview with Adelia Cone

    24. Past Prominent Professors at Miami University- Walter Matthews

    25. Bibliography

    26. Correspondence

    27. Papers: Francis, Roach, Podolsky, McCann, Unknown, Moran, and Young

    28. MU Farmer School of Business and other brochures

    29. Programs and Event Advertisements

    30. Miscellaneous

    31. Also: Posters, meal cards, and desk ornament

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 229 [14A-K-7A] Contents:

    1. Northwest Ordinance and US Constitution Bicentennial envelops and stationary

    2. Bicentennial Magazines 1987

    3. Bicentennial Convocation Ohio University and University of Illinois

    4. Northwest Ordinance and US Constitution Bicentennial Teacher's Kit

    5. Northwest Ordinance and US Constitution Bicentennial Teacher's Kit

    6. Historical Map - Old Northwest Territory

    7. Northwest Ordinance Brochures

    8. Magna Carta- Liberty Under the Law

    9. Bicentennial Strategy for Celebration

    10. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Teacher's Unit

    11. The Ordinance

    12. Bicentennial Magazines 2

    13. Bicentennial Magazines 3

    14. Liberty's Legacy

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 230 [14A-K-7B] Contents:

    1. Native American Materials

    2. Memos- Redskins Renaming

    3. Letters, Shriver notes on Renaming

    4. Redskins Renaming newspapers

    5. Redskins Renaming newspapers 2

    6. Redskins Renaming ideas

    7. Memos and Letters, Redskins renaming

    8. Redskins Renaming newspapers 3

    9. The Miami Indians- Intro to Ch. 4

    10. The Miami Indians Ch.5 to Ch. 7

    11. The Miami Indians Ch. 8-Index

    12. Nickname letters sent to Miamian 1997

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 231 [14A-L-1A]

    Not Indexed

    President; 1965-1981, Phillip Raymond Shriver; History Department Office Materials; Box 232 [14A-L-1B]

    Not Indexed

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and are made available to users in the Miami University Archives.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Materials do circulate and may only be used in the archives.

  • Preferred Citation

    Miami University Libraries. Miami University Archives, Oxford, Ohio

  • Physical Location

    Miami University Archives, King Library, 3rd Floor, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Instances

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    52; History Department Office Materials, Early brochures
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    166; History Department Office Materials; 14A-H-7A
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    167; History Department Office Materials; 14A-H-7B
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    168; History Department Office Materials; 14A-H-7C
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    169; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-1A
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    170; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-1B
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    171; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-1C
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    172; History Department Office Materials; Sports Clippings; 14A-I-2A
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    173; History Department Office Materials; Sports Clippings;14A-I-2B
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    174; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-2C
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    175; History Department Office Materials; General Files: B-M; 14A-I-3A
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    176; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-3B
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    177; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-3C
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    178; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-4A
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    179; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-4B
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    180; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-4C
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    181; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-5A
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    182; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-5B
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    183; History Department Office Materials; HST 161: Exams and Materials; 14A-I-5C
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    184; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-6A
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    185; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-6B
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    186; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-6C
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    187; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-7A
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    188; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-7B
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    189; History Department Office Materials; 14A-I-7C
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    190; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-2A
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    191; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-1B
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    192; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-1C
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    193; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-2A
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    194; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-2B
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    195; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-2C
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    196; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-3A
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    197; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-3B
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    198; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-3C
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    199; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-4A
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    200; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-4B
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    201; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-4C
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    202; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-5A
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    203; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-5B
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    204; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-5C
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    205; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-6A
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    206; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-6B
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    207; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-6C
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    208; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-7A
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    209; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-7B
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    210; History Department Office Materials; 14A-J-7C
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    211; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-1A
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    212; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-1B
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    213; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-1C
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    214; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-2A
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    215; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-2B
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    216; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-2C
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    217; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-3A
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    218; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-3B
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    219; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-3C
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    220; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-4A
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    221; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-4B
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    222; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-4C
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    223; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-5A
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    224; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-5B
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    225; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-5C
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    226; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-5C
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    227; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-6A
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    228; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-6B
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    229; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-7A
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    230; History Department Office Materials; 14A-K-7B
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    231; History Department Office Materials; 14A-L-1A
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    232; History Department Office Materials; 14A-L-1B

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