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A. Hollis Edens papers, circa 1850s-1994 9 Linear Feet — approx. 2700 Items

A. Hollis Edens served as President of Duke University from 1949-1960. This collection includes material largely of a personal nature, including correspondence, photographs, printed material, clippings, and scrapbooks. The collection ranges in date from circa 1850s-1994.

The collection includes correspondence, speeches, Duke-related material, Emory-related material, clippings, printed material, scrapbooks, and photographs. The material relates not only to Edens' professional career, but also to his family history and to that of his wife. The majority of the collection consists of family photographs, many of which are unidentified and undated.

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The Campus Culture Initiative (CCI) received its charge from President Richard Brodhead on April 18, 2006 in response to discussions concerning race and gender, class and privilege, and campus and community that reemerged after the 2006 men's lacrosse case. This collection contains President Brodhead's charge to the Campus Culture Initiative Steering Committee, the final report generated by the committee, and numerous documentation of what lead to the final report including agendas and minutes of the meetings, summaries of town-hall meetings, reports in service to the Steering Committee, and other assorted updates.

This collection contains President Brodhead's charge to the Campus Culture Initiative Steering Committee, the final report generated by the committee, and numerous documentation of what lead to the final report including agendas and minutes of the meetings, summaries of town-hall meetings, reports in service to the Steering Committee, and other assorted updates. Materials in the collection range in date from 2006-2007.

A copy of the Final Report of the committee is available through the Duke University Websites at Archive-It, and may be found at https://wayback.archive-it.org/1858/20100826192848/http://www.dukenews.duke.edu/reports/ccireport.pdf.

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Task Force on Commmencement records, 1989-1990. 0.5 Linear Feet — 250 Items

The Task Force on Commencement was appointed by President Brodie after the disturbances during the 1989 commencement ceremonies. It was chaired by University Secretary N. Alison Haltom, and included representatives from the undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools' student bodies, administrators, and one parent. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, and related records concerning student behavior at the 1989 commencement, and ways of improving future ceremonies.

The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, and related records concerning student behavior at the 1989 commencement, and ways of improving future ceremonies. Includes responses to surveys, letters from parents and other parties, reports concerning commencement practices at other institutions, planning documents, newspaper clipping, minutes of the Task Force, and other material. Material in the collection dates from 1989 to 1990.

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The President's Advisory Committee on Resources was established by President H. Keith H. Brodie in the summer of 1989 following a recommendation of the Academic Council's Task Force on University Governance. Its predecessor was the University Committee on Resources (1988-1989). PACOR was a broad-based committee, chaired by a faculty member, which advised the President on the allocation of the University's financial, human and physical resources. Material includes minutes, reports, handouts, correspondence, memoranda, spiral-bound publications, diskettes, microcassettes and standard cassettes. Materials range in date from 1988-1995.

Material includes minutes, reports, handouts, correspondence, memoranda, spiral-bound publications, diskettes (floppy disks), microcassettes and standard cassettes. Materials range in date from 1988-1995.

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The University Committee on Family and Child Care Issues was created by President Brodie in 1990. The collection includes minutes, correspondence, reports and printed material ranging in date from 1986-1993.

The collection includes minutes, correspondence, reports and printed material reflecting the work of the Committee and its following teams: Legislative Issues Team, Employee and Students Needs Assessment Team, Community Resources Team, and the Policy Team. Issues addressed by the Committee, as reflected in the records, include child care, quality of worklife, family sensitive policies and management practices, and family sensitive federal and state legislation. Other concerns reflected in the records are elder care as well as compensation and benefits. Included in the records are the working files of Lois Artis, former chairperson of the Committee. The material ranges in date from 1986-1993.

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The Committee on Facilities and Environment is advisory to the President and the senior officers on "all relevant issues relating to the campus or areas contiguous to campus." Collection contains minutes, memoranda, correspondence, reports, architectural and technical drawings, plot plans, studies, Polaroid photographs, and other records relating to the activities of the Committee of Facilities and Environment. Materials range in date from 1985-1997.

Collection contains minutes, memoranda, correspondence, reports, architectural and technical drawings, plot plans, studies, Polaroid photographs, and other records relating to the activities of the Committee of Facilities and Environment. Subjects present include campus planning, Duke Forest development, the radioactive waste site, residential quad benches, parking lots, technology center (LSRC) development, building renovations, the distribution of literature on campus, signage, and a wide variety of other matters concerning the campus and adjacent areas. Materials range in date from 1985-1997.

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The University Task Force on Child Care was appointed by President Keith Brodie in 1988 and chaired by Dr. Paula Burger, Vice Provost for Academic Services. It was dissolved in 1990. The collection includes minutes, correspondence, reports, audiocassettes, and printed material documenting the creation and organization of the task force and its study of child care issues at Duke University. It ranges in date from 1985-1990.

The collection includes minutes, correspondence, reports, audiocassettes, and printed material documenting the creation and organization of the task force and its study of child care issues at Duke University. Reflected in the records are the task force's consideration of various child care alternatives, the gathering of data and opinions from the University community, cost analyses, and its recommendations to the officers of the University. The establishment of the Children's Campus, Duke University's child care facility is documented in the records.

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Residential College Task Force records, 1985-1987 1.5 Linear Feet — 1000 Items

The Residential College Task Force was created by President H. Keith H. Brodie in 1985 for the purpose of looking at the establishment of a new living option. The collection contains minutes and other task force records, including correspondence, memoranda, financial records, brochures, application forms, floor plans, and other materials.

The collection includes minutes and other records of the task force, including correspondence, memoranda, financial records, brochures and application forms, photographs, students' applications for membership in the Bassett-Brown College, floor plans, a draft and copies of "Duke's College Try", a memoir by professor Donald Fluke, memoranda concerning the faculty-in-residence program, information regarding the "Duke's Vision" pamphlet controversy of 1989, and other records. Topics covered include the Residential College Task Force, student housing, Round Table Dormitory, and Professor Donald J. Fluke.

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South Africa Policy Implementation Committee records, 1984-1987 1.4 Linear Feet — Approx. 1,200 Items

The South Africa Policy Implementation Committee was authorized by resolution of the Board of Trustees in 1986 to implement the policies recommended by the Committee on Social Implications of Duke Stock, formed in 1985. Collection contains records relating to the operations and activities of the South Africa Policy Implementation Committee and includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, printed material, and clippings concerning apartheid and Duke University's decision to divest.

Contains material pertaining to the activities of the South Africa Policy Implementation Committee. The collection contains rosters, minutes, and reports of the Committee as well as correspondence and memoranda concerning Duke's policy toward and financial relationships with corporations with operations in South Africa during apartheid. Correspondence between University President H. Keith H. Brodie and representatives of corporations such as International Business Machines, Mcgraw-Hill, Inc., Texaco, Inc., American Express Company, R.J. Reynolds/Nabisco, Inc., and Cocoa-Cola Company documents corporate reaction to Duke's decision to divest. Memoranda, minutes, reports, and rosters of the Committee on Social Implications of Duke Stock are also present.

Throughout the collection are clippings and other printed material addressing social, political, and economic conditions in South Africa, policies adopted by other universities and colleges toward South Africa, and reports and studies relating to the feasibility, appropriateness, and potential consequences of divestment.

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Land Resources Committee records, 1983-1992 6.5 Linear Feet — 3,500 Items

The Land Resources Committee was formed by President Brodie in order to develop and recommend a long-range blueprint for the use of the University's non-campus land holdings. Collection contains the final report and recommendations of the Land Resources Committee, along with the records of the committee and its subcommittees. The collection ranges in date from 1983-1992, bulk 1986-1989.

Collection contains the final report and recommendations of the Land Resources Committee, along with the records of the committee and its subcommittees. The files include the charge to committee, agendas, minutes of meetings, files on public forums, samples of media coverage, consultants' reports and copies of interim and final reports. The subcommittee records include Academic Uses (the bulk), Non-Academic Uses, Ad Hoc, and Community Concerns. The types of material present include correspondence, maps and plats, video and audio recordings of public forums and a radio broadcast (Duke Forest Dilemma, WUNC, 22 August 1988), reports, and clippings, questionnaires, and proposals. The collection ranges in date from 1983-1992, bulk 1986-1989.