Scope and Contents Subject File including correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, agendas, news releases, personal notes, telegrams, personal data sheets, publications and memoranda sent to and received from foundation officials, University administrators and faculty, persons seeking positions and regional program officials concerning Ford Foundation grants (1959-1961), searches and appointments, organization and activities of the Council (1959-1962), the All-University Committee on Community Problems (1958-1960), campus programs such as the Committee on Instruction in Urban Studies, urban programs, the role of other University offices and divisions, expenditures, seminars, regional programs and meetings: Wabash Valley Advisory Committee (1958-1962), Conferences on State School District Structure (1961-1962), Rend Lake and Kaskasia Valley committees (1961) and Decatur Study on the Aged.
Scope and Contents Krannert Center for the Performing Arts Facilities Schedules, including schedules of productions, April 24, 1995 and April 1996Â through May 1997 and Rehearsal Room schedules, June 1996 through Spring Semester 1997 showing event, date, time, sponsor, and contact for facilities usage.
Scope and Contents Guides and Directories outlining the advantages and necessities of programs of Community Planning and including Karl Lohmann's "Community-Planning Primer for Illinois" (1935); Rexford Newcomb's "The Simplicity of Planning" (ca. 1940); "Community Planning in Illinois" (1957): "Directory of Illinois Planning and Zoning Agencies" (1960); James Lee, "A Guide for County Zoning Administrators in Illinois" (1961) and Victor Hyde and Richard Babcock, "A Guide for Municipal Zoning Administration in Illinois" (1963), "Directory of Illinois Planning and Zoning Agencies" (1969) and R. Marlin Smith, Clyde W. Forrest, Jr., and Eric C. Freund "A Guide for Municipal Zoning Administration With Forms" (1972).
Scope and Contents Ten Year Planning Reports including preliminary Report of the Long Range Planning Committee; Ten Year Planning Reports 2-9 by 23 broad areas of study containing historical data for 1958-68; Comparative Data for the 23 broad areas of study represented in graphs and tables; and statistical supporting and analytical studies including University of Illinois earned degrees by curriculum within department (Report 2), Headcount Enrollments by curriculum and level of student (Report 3), Actual dollars expended by department (Report 4), Expenditures adjusted in terms of 1958 purchasing power (Report 5), Full time equivalent (FTE) staff by rank (Report 6), Annual Summary of Teaching and non-teaching duties (Report 7), Space assigned and generated (Report 8) and Departmental instruction load (Report 9).
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Consists of planning maps used in long range planning of the University of Florida's Gainesville campus. The earliest maps, produced by the architectural firm of Edwards and Walter, date from the conception of the Gainesville campus in 1905. Additional plans were developed by the firm's successor, Edwards and Sayward. In 1925, Rudolph Weaver, Director of the University's School of Architecture, assumed the position of Architect for the State Board of Control (now Board of Regents) and directed the next phase of campus planning. In the period following World War II, campus planning was delegated to a consulting architect whose proposals were submitted to the Architect and a campus planning committee. In the 1970s, a campus planning office was created. Most of the items in this series are copies of plans, some are original drawings, and several are printed brochures or leaflets
University of Wisconsin--Stout Administrative Services Assistant Chancellor
University of Wisconsin, Stout
Description: Minutes of meetings, reports, surveys, and plans of the Campus Development Committee which is composed of students, faculty, and staff and serves in an advisory function to the Assistant Chancellor for Administrative Services. The purpose of the committee is to be a sounding board and initiator of activities relating to campus development specifically in the areas of building, grounds, traffic systems, and parking
The records of the Warren Powers Laird administration document the administration of the School under Lairds long tenure. He served as head of the School of Architecture from 1891-1920 and Dean of the School of Fine Arts from 1920-1932. The records span the years 1900-1932. The Business Administration series (1906-1932) contains the records of high-level administrators within the University of Pennsylvania and the School of Architecture, later the School of Fine Arts. This series consists of mainly correspondence related to the administrative decisions made for the School and its facilities. Much of the correspondence is between Laird and other administrators such as the Provost, the Secretary, the Comptroller, the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, etc