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The Equal Opportunity Office was created in 1972 by Chancellor John S. Blackburn to ensure University compliance with equal opportunity and affirmative action legislation. Collection contains material pertaining to the Office for Institutional Equity including Duke University's Affirmative Action plans, and promotional material as well as planning and committee material for the annual Martin Luther King Day Commemoration. Materials in the collection range in date from 1962-ongoing.

Collection contains material pertaining to the Office for Institutional Equity including Duke University's Affirmative Action plans, files relating to the Ivy League Plus Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officers fall meeting held at Duke University, promotional material as well as planning and committee material for Martin Luther King Day Commemoration. Major subjects present include affirmation action, equal opportunity, Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights, minorities, and employment. Materials in the collection range in date from 1962-ongoing.

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The Office of Institutional Advancement was created in 1961 to organize public and alumni relations, fund raising, and long-range planning and development at Duke University. The collection features addresses by E. H. Hopkins, the first Vice President for Institutional Advancement; reference files concerning the administration and history of the Office of Institutional Advancement; reports and studies focusing on fundraising and development of Duke University; and the Office's subject files. Major subjects include planned giving, the Fifth Decade campaign, and corporate support. In 1981, the Office of Institutional Advancement was eliminated and its duties largely assumed by the Office of University Development. English.

The collection features addresses by E. H. Hopkins, the first Vice President for Institutional Advancement; reference files concerning the administration and history of the Office of Institutional Advancement; reports and studies focusing on fundraising and development of Duke University; and the Office's subject files. Major subjects include planned giving and corporate support.