These records appear to have been collected by Andrew M. Doty and pertain to the financial cost of campus unrest; included are press releases, financial accounts, correspondence (largely photocopies), memoranda, notes, and a draft report by Doty on the cost of campus unrest at Stanford University from 1967 to 1970.
Scope and Contents note Collection pertains to the construction of a bridge from San Francisco to Oakland. Included are correspondence, memoranda, and reports of the San Francisco-Alameda County Bridge Commission, 1926, along with one sketch; and memoranda, minutes of meetings, and reports of boring operations, 1929-1930, of the San Francisco Bay Bridge Commission.
Collection primarily concerns his undergraduate life at Stanford University and includes his expense book for 1928-29, athletic ticket order forms, song sheet for "Stanford Loyalty Hymn," 1930, Senior Week booklet 1930, invitations and programs from commencement activities 1930, and two newsletters of Omega Upsilon Phi, 1931-1932.
The bulk of this collection consists mainly of negotiation files for each country the Foreign Bondholders staff were monitoring. The rest of the collection is made up of administrative records typical of a non-profit organization, such as Articles of Incorporation and bylaws, board correspondence, minutes, financial statements and reports. The papers in this collection cover the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council from their inception in 1933 to the late 1980s.
The collection includes administrative files containing correspondence, minutes, financial records, membership lists, and other materials, 1969-2006; program files on events, 1975-2007; printed materials such as newsletters, membership directories, keepsakes, invitations, calendars, and postcards, 1974-2006, with a few items from Library events prior to the formation of ASUL; scrapbooks of documents, clippings, and photographs on the history of ASUL, 1973-78; photographs, 1973-2004; and audiotapes and videocassettes, 1994-1998.