Guide to the Brown-Tougaloo Exchange records, 1961-1989

(bulk 1963-1969)


Brown University Archives, John Hay Library
Box A
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Tel: 401-863-2146
Fax: 401-863-2093
email: hay@brown.edu

Published in 2009

Collection Overview

Title:Brown-Tougaloo Exchange records
Date range:1961-1989, (bulk 1963-1969)
Creator:Brown University. Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Program
Extent:16 linear feet (33 letter-size document cases)
Abstract:The Brown-Tougaloo Exchange records contain correspondence, reports, financial data, grant proposals, teaching materials, tape recordings and press clippings produced by or about Tougaloo College and its exchange program with Brown University. The collection also includes financial and documentary material about the U.S. Higher Education Act of 1965, especially its Title III, Institutional Aid.
Language of materials:English
Repository:Brown University Archives, John Hay Library
Collection number:OF-1ZU-2

Scope & content

The Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Records are organized into four series: Overview, Administration, Students and Curricula, and Finances and Development.

The first series, Overview, includes general information about Tougaloo College in the form of official catalogs and brochures as well as a Self Study undertaken by the college in 1967-1968. The history and administration of the Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Program is represented by the directors’ reports, promotional literature and Harold Pfautz’s History (1978-80). The series also contains a collection of both Tougaloo and Brown student publications and numerous newspaper and magazine clippings about the exchange program and black education in general. There is also a small collection of photographs.

The second series, Administration, includes most of the correspondence of program directors Harold Pfautz (1964-1966), William Benford (1966-1967) and Charles Baldwin (1967-1987), along with their reports to the Brown-Tougaloo Executive Committee, as well as records of the faculty, staff and tutors from both colleges who participated in the exchange. There are also related correspondence files for the presidents and upper administration of both colleges, including Tougaloo’s Board of Trustees and various Brown-Tougaloo liaison committees.

Most prominent in the third series, Students and Curricula, are the papers and recordings produced by the controversial Brown-Tougaloo English Language Project. Included are results of the initial Attitude Survey, Tougaloo student essays and recordings (reel-to-reel tapes, along with transcriptions), teaching and conference materials, and several copies of the Project’s final report by director W. Nelson Francis. In addition to the Language Project, the series includes student rosters and records of the Pre-Freshman and Pre-Med Programs at Tougaloo and the Post-Baccalaureate Program for Tougaloo graduates at Brown. There are also planning documents for Tougaloo’s Master Plan (often referred to as the Irwin-Miller-Sweeney Plan), which addressed both curricular and physical improvement. Some fundraising and publicity material for the Tougaloo Choir is also included.

The last series, Finances and Development, is a substantial collection of correspondence, grant materials, development literature and budgetary documents produced by the Brown and Tougaloo Development Offices and the Friends of Tougaloo. Included are grant applications to the Rockefeller and Huber Foundations as well as to the United Negro College Fund, the Fund for the Advancement of Education (Ford Foundation) and numerous others. A large portion of the series is occupied by materials (correspondence, legislation, applications) relating to Title III (Aid to Institutions) of the U.S. Higher Education Act of 1965. The Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Program was a model for Title III of the Act, which created a means to fund mentoring relationships between more established educational institutions and so-called “underdeveloped” schools.

Arrangement

  • 1. Overview and history
  • 2. Administration
  • 3. Students, curricula, activities
  • 4. Finances and development

Historical note

The relationship between Tougaloo College (an historically African-American college called Tougaloo Southern Christian College from 1954 until 1962) in Jackson, Mississippi, and Brown University was initiated by two Tougaloo trustees with connections to Providence. Rev. Lawrence Durgin, minister of the Broadway Congregational Church in New York (and former minister of the Central Congregational Church in Providence) and Irving Fain, a Providence businessman with a strong social conscience, were members of the Tougaloo Board of Trustees when they appealed to Brown President Barnaby Keeney for assistance with Tougaloo’s fundraising. With help from Brown’s Director of Development, Daniel Earle, planning was begun in 1963 to address Tougaloo’s financial deficit through stronger alumni and foundation relations.

This joint planning process began during the Civil Rights Movement—which was particularly active in the Jackson area—and it drew Brown into a greater than anticipated involvement with the only integrated college of the day in Mississippi. In addition to its financial problems Tougaloo College was facing social and political censure for its active resistance to segregation under the leadership of A. Daniel Beittel. The Jackson press had nicknamed it the “cancer college” because it admitted white students. In 1963 several Tougaloo students had been beaten for trying to sit at the lunch counter of a local Woolworth’s. When an integrated group from the college attended an event on the University of Mississippi campus in 1965, “Ole Miss” students demonstrated. The State of Mississippi, moreover, was moving to revoke Tougaloo College’s charter because, in the words of then-Lt. Governor Carroll Gartin, it was a haven for “queers, quacks, quirks, political agitators and possibly some communists” (Jackson Daily News, 14 Apr. 1964; Box 5, folder 6).

The idea of a deepening relationship between Tougaloo and Brown was further fueled in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy’s charge to educators to commit themselves to cultivating opportunities for black students. A cooperative arrangement on the institutional level appeared to be the way to address both Tougaloo’s financial straits and Kennedy’s mandate. Brown Development Officer Paul Davis’ brief, “An Overview: A Proposed Development Program for Tougaloo College” (Box 23, Folder 9), presented to the Development Committee of Tougaloo’s Board of Trustees in December 1963, summarized the philosophical and practical basis for the relationship between the two colleges and became the blueprint for the program.

Changes ensued. Foundational funding on this scale demanded a reexamination of Tougaloo’s mission, and one effect of this process was a name change from Tougaloo Southern Christian College to Tougaloo College. Tougaloo Southern Christian College had been founded (as Tougaloo University) in the 19th century by the American Missionary Association of the United Church of Christ, and although the A.M.A. continued to support the College into the 20th century its financial resources were limited. In order to broaden the college’s development appeal, Tougaloo’s Executive Board modified the official name by dropping “Southern Christian.”

Another big change came with the retirement of Tougaloo President Beittel in 1964. According to Harold Pfautz, who had been named Director of the Exchange Program, the College was at a crossroad: “…[S]hould Tougaloo emphasize primarily its … image in the black community and encourage active involvement of its students in the Civil Rights movement or should it eschew such a major thrust and emphasize the development of a first-rate liberal arts and sciences curriculum and faculty with a view to maximizing the ability of Tougaloo graduates to take advantage of the increasing occupational opportunities as well as to compete successfully for entrance into professional and graduate schools?” (“Draft--History of the Brown-Tougaloo Cooperative Program” p. 20-21; Box 3, folders 1 and 2) Dr. Beittel was seen as a civil rights activist and, as such, a possible impediment to outside funding for institutional development, and his resignation was formally requested by the Tougaloo Board of Directors. Whether the Board acted at another’s behest remains unconfirmed, but Brown President Barnaby Keeney, the Ford Foundation and Mississippi’s State Sovereignty Commission have all been considered agents of this change.

Some press reports reflected the complex uneasiness that greeted the announcement of the exchange program. The New York Herald Tribune headline read: “Brown U. Adopts Southern Academic Waif” (18 May 1964) and proceeded to describe the relationship as “an evolutionary fulfillment for the college founded 200 years ago by John Nicholas Brown [sic] with money he and other contributors had earned—much of it from the slaves, sugar and rum ‘Triangle Trade.’” Other news outlets maintained this demeaning slant by often referring to Tougaloo in their headlines not by name but as a “small” or “tiny Negro college” under the wing of its “Big Brother” Brown University.

A controversial facet of the Exchange Program was the Brown-Tougaloo Language Project (1965-1969) whose purpose was to “emphasize the positive factors of standard dialect acquisition and language enrichment” (Final report, p. 3; Box 19, folders 1 through 5). Developed by faculty at both colleges and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, the Project aimed to teach speakers of the local “nonstandard dialect” a second dialect that would serve to improve their professional and educational prospects. Again, the national press reflected a general ambivalence toward the effort through headlines such as the New York Herald Tribune’s: “English as a Foreign Tongue in South” (5 Apr. 1965; Box 5, folder 6). The Project was hampered by administrative and evaluation difficulties and its instructional package was used by only one other school, Southern University. When W. Nelson Francis, Project Director and Brown professor of linguistics, wrote his final report to the Rockefeller Foundation in July 1970, the Project had effectively ended.

The Brown-Tougaloo Exchange was suspended from 1973 until 1980 and is currently known as the Brown University-Tougaloo College Partnership.

Access & Use

Access to the collection:There are no restrictions on access, except that the collection can only be seen by prior appointment. Some materials may be stored off-site and cannot be produced on the same day on which they are requested.
Use of the materials:All researchers seeking to publish materials from the collections of the John Hay Library are requested to complete a Notice of Intent to Publish, prior to reproducing, quoting, or otherwise publishing any portion or extract from this collection. Although Brown University has physical ownership of the collection and the materials contained therein, it does not claim literary rights. It is up to the researcher to determine the owners of the literary rights and to obtain any necessary permissions from them.
Preferred citation:Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Records, OF-1ZU-2, Brown University Library.
Contact information: Brown University Archives, John Hay Library
Box A
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Tel: 401-863-2146
Fax: 401-863-2093
email: hay@brown.edu

Administrative Information

ABOUT THE COLLECTION 
Acquisition:Acquisition information for these records is unavailable.
ABOUT THE FINDING AID 
Author:Finding aid prepared by Deborah Peterson.
Encoding:Finding aid encoded by Deborah Peterson 2009 October 07
Descriptive rules:Finding aid based on Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS)

Additional Information

Inventory


Series 1. Overview and history

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 1Tougaloo College background information
Contents Note: Includes bylaws, mission statement and some historical material about the American Missionary Association (AMA).

1964-1983
Box 1, Folder 2Tougaloo College self-study, part 2
1968
Box 1, Folder 3Tougaloo College self-study: committee correspondence, notes, statement of purpose
1967-1968
Box 1, Folder 4Tougaloo catalogs and announcements
1961-1967
Box 1, Folder 5Tougaloo catalogs and announcements
1967-1978
Box 2, Folder 1Tougaloo fact books
1978-1984
Box 2, Folder 2Tougaloo art collections
circa 1975
Box 2, Folder 3Tougaloo impressions
1967
Box 4, Folder 6Tougaloo handbooks, brochures
1960-1975
Box 4, Folder 7Tougaloo promotional publications
1965-1985
Box 4, Folder 8Tougaloo press releases
1964-1985
Box 4, Folder 9Tougaloo student publications
1963-1964
Box 4, Folder 10Harambee (campus newspaper)
1980-1985
Box 5, Folder 1Tougaloo News (campus newspaper)
1963-1967
Box 2, Folder 4Tougaloo photographs
1965-1970
Box 2, Folder 5Tougaloo College evaluation by John Mudd
1964
Box 2, Folder 6Brown-Tougaloo Exchange informational and promotional material
1965-1984
Box 2, Folder 7Brown-Tougaloo Exchange legal documents
1984
Box 2, Folder 8Brown-Tougaloo Exchange directors' reports
1964-1965
Box 2, Folder 9Brown-Tougaloo Exchange overview documents
1963-1985
Box 2, Folder 10An overview: first year of the Tougaloo College-Brown University Cooperative Program
1965
Box 3, Folder 1History of the Brown-Tougaloo Exchange, by Harold Pfautz
1978-1980
Box 3, Folder 2History of the Brown-Tougaloo Exchange, by Harold Pfautz
Contents Note: Additional copies, variant versions

1978-1980
Box 3, Folder 3Related exchange programs
1963-1965
Box 3, Folder 4Working Conference on Post-baccalaureate Education
1964 Aug 21-22
Box 3, Folder 5Conference on Cooperative Programs
1965 Aug 20-21
Box 3, Folder 6Related conferences
1963-1966
Box 3, Folder 7A plan for the negro colleges, by Millard Roberts
1964
Box 3, Folder 8Black colleges: reports, notes, etc.
1965-1980
Box 4, Folder 1Black education: reports, notes, etc.
1961-1969
Box 4, Folder 3General education: reports, notes, etc.
1962-1965
Box 4, Folder 4Racism: reports, notes, etc.
1971-1976
Box 4, Folder 5Freedom Information Service (National Council of the Churches of Christ, USA)
1965
Box 4, Folder 2Expanding opportunities newsletter (AMA Council on Education)
1964-1965
Box 5, Folder 2Brown University press releases, bulletins
1963-1970
Box 5, Folder 3Brown University Herald Review, Pembroke Alumna
1966
Box 5, Folder 4Brown Daily Herald articles about Brown-Tougaloo Exchange
1964-1967
Box 5, Folder 5Providence Journal articles about Brown-Tougaloo Exchange
1964-1966
Box 5, Folder 6Miscellaneous newspaper clippings about Tougaloo College
1964-1966
Box 5, Folder 7Miscellaneous newspaper clippings about black education
1964-1968

Series 2. Administration

A. Tougaloo College presidents

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 1A. Daniel Beittel
1962-1977
Box 6, Folder 2George A. Owens: correspondence
1964-1984
Box 6, Folder 3George A. Owens: inaugural and retirement material
1965-1984
Box 6, Folder 4Tougaloo 1983 presidential search documents
1983
Box 33, Folder 1Tougaloo 1983 presidental candidate curriculum vitaes
Contents Note: Restricted material

1983
Box 6, Folder 5Herman Blake
1984-1987

B. Brown University presidents

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 6Barnaby Keeney
1962-1966
Box 6, Folder 7Ray Heffner
1966-1969
Box 6, Folder 8Donald Hornig
1971-1975
Box 6, Folder 9Howard Swearer
1984

C. Tougaloo Board of Trustees and administration

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 10Other Brown and Tougaloo administration
1964-1966
Box 6, Folder 11Tougaloo Business Office: miscellaneous documents
1964-1986
Box 33, Folder 2Tougaloo Business Office: manager candidate resume
Contents Note: Restricted material

1981
Box 7, Folder 1Tougaloo Board of Trustees: membership, memos to
1961-1989
Box 7, Folder 2Tougaloo Board of Trustees: meeting minutes
1963-1989
Box 7, Folder 3Tougaloo Board of Trustees: memos from
1963-1977
Box 7, Folder 4Tougaloo Board of Trustees: Pfautz reports to Executive Committee
1964-1966
Box 7, Folder 5Tougaloo Board of Trustees: Baldwin reports to Executive Committee
1968-1975
Box 7, Folder 6Tougaloo Board of Trustees: President's report to
Contents Note: See also: Tougaloo College Financial reports to President and Board of Trustees, Box 26, folders 10-11 and Box 27, folders 1-4

1962-1985
Box 7, Folder 7Tougaloo Board of Trustees: Deans' reports to
1962-1985
Box 7, Folder 8Tougaloo Board of Trustees: Faculty, Business Manager and Development reports to
1975-1984
Box 8, Folder 1Tougaloo-Brown Executive Committee
1967-1969
Box 8, Folder 2Tougaloo-Brown Liaison Committee
1974-1981
Box 8, Folder 3Brown Corporate Committee on Relations with Tougaloo
1981-1989
Box 8, Folder 4Brown Corporate Committee on Relations with Tougaloo: Jay Fidler correspondence
1974-1985
Box 8, Folder 5Tougaloo-Brown joint trustee meetings
1968-1974

D. Harold Pfautz correspondence, memos and notes
See also: Pfautz development and budget notes, Box 26, folder 1; and: Pfautz correspondence on Title III, Box 31, folder 7

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 8, Folder 6Correspondence
1964
Box 9, Folder 1Correspondence
1965
Box 9, Folder 2Correspondence
1966
Box 9, Folder 3Correspondence
1968-1980
Box 9, Folder 4Correspondence
undated
Box 9, Folder 5Memos
1964-1967
Box 9, Folder 6Reports and speeches
1964-1965
Box 9, Folder 7Handwritten notes
1964-1979
Box 9, Folder 8Typed notes
1964-1979

E. William Benford correspondence
Box 9, Folder 9

F. Charles Baldwin correspondence, memos and notes
See also: Baldwin development and budget notes, Box 26, folder 2

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 9, Folder 10Correspondence
1962-1969
Box 9, Folder 11Correspondence
1970-1979
Box 9, Folder 12Correspondence
1980-1986
Box 10, Folder 1Memos
1967-1969
Box 10, Folder 2Memos
1970-1979
Box 10, Folder 3Memos
1980-1989
Box 10, Folder 4Notes
undated

G. Faculty/staff exchange (mostly correspondence)

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 10, Folder 5Tougaloo faculty: miscellaneous
1964-1981
Box 33, Folder 3Tougaloo faculty: curriculum vitaes
Contents Note: Restricted material

1963-1981
Box 10, Folder 6Ernst Borinski, Tougaloo Sociology professor
1947-1983
Box 10, Folder 7Tougaloo faculty survey regarding Exchange Program
1978
Box 10, Folder 8Brown faculty and staff at Tougaloo: rosters, etc.
1967-1972
Box 10, Folder 9Faculty/staff exchange
1964
Box 10, Folder 10Faculty/staff exchange
1965
Box 10, Folder 11Faculty/staff exchange
1966
Box 10, Folder 12Faculty/staff exchange
1967
Box 10, Folder 13Faculty/staff exchange
1968
Box 11, Folder 1Faculty/staff exchange
1969
Box 11, Folder 2Faculty/staff exchange
1970-1979
Box 11, Folder 3Faculty/staff exchange
1980-1989
Box 11, Folder 4James Barnhill, Brown Professor of Theatre
1967-1971
Box 11, Folder 5Brown faculty survey regarding exchange program
1978
Box 11, Folder 6Brown faculty reports on exchange experiences
1965-1971
Box 33, Folder 4Brown faculty curriculum vitaes
Contents Note: Restricted material

1964

Series 3. Students, curricula, activities

A. Administrative and academic divisions

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 11, Folder 7Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Program: procedures, memos, correspondence, enrollment
1964-1981
Box 33, Folder 5Brown-Tougaloo Exchange Program: undergraduate students
Contents Note: Restricted material

1964-1986
Box 11, Folder 8Brown-Tougaloo Post-baccalaureate Exchange: memos, correspondence
1964-1969
Box 33, Folder 6Brown-Tougaloo Post-baccalaureate Exchange: students
Contents Note: Restricted material

1964-1971
Box 12, Folder 1Impressions of first Tougaloo students at Brown
1965
Box 12, Folder 2Brown students at Tougaloo
1966-1983
Box 12, Folder 3Brown miscellaneous documents
1965-1977
Box 12, Folder 4Tougaloo student body: enrollment, test data
1962-1983
Box 12, Folder 5Tougaloo student services and events
1963-1986
Box 12, Folder 6Tougaloo student government
1963-1964
Box 12, Folder 7Miscellaneous student programs
1963-1966
Box 12, Folder 8Tougaloo commencement programs
1962-1965
Box 12, Folder 9Tougaloo curriculum overview
1963-1966
Box 12, Folder 10Tougaloo Library
1964-1967
Box 13, Folder 1Tougaloo Choir
1965-1982
Box 13, Folder 2Tougaloo Choir: 1983 concert at Lincoln Center
1983 Mar 20
Box 13, Folder 3Tougaloo pre-freshman program: calendars, forms, etc.
1964-1965
Box 13, Folder 4Tougaloo pre-freshman program: rosters
1964-1966
Box 13, Folder 5Tougaloo pre-freshman program: student questionnaires, test scores
1965
Box 13, Folder 6Tougaloo pre-freshman program: remedial reading program
Contents Note: See also: Brown-Tougaloo Language Project, Boxes 15-23

1963-1964
Box 13, Folder 7Tougaloo pre-freshman program: tutors and faculty (Brown & Pembroke)
1964-1966
Box 13, Folder 8Tougaloo pre-freshman program: faculty reports and meetings
1964-1965
Box 13, Folder 9Tougaloo freshman seminar program
1965-1968
Box 14, Folder 1Tougaloo College: Humanities division
1963
Box 14, Folder 2Tougaloo College: English, Modern Language, Speech depts.
1964-1968
Box 14, Folder 3Tougaloo College: Art, Music depts.
1963-1965
Box 14, Folder 4Tougaloo College: Social Sciences division
1963-1971
Box 14, Folder 5Tougaloo College: Freshman Social Science seminar
1966-1967
Box 14, Folder 6Tougaloo College: Economics, Education, Psychology depts.
1963-1964
Box 14, Folder 7Tougaloo College: Sociology, Political Science, History depts.
1964
Box 14, Folder 8Tougaloo College: Physical Sciences division
1963-1964
Box 14, Folder 9Tougaloo College: Computer Science instruction
1966-1983
Box 14, Folder 10Brown-Tougaloo Engineering program
1968-1971
Box 14, Folder 11Tougaloo Pre-Med program
1973-1985
Box 14, Folder 12Tougaloo-Brown Medical program
1973-1983
Box 14, Folder 13Tougaloo-Brown Medical program: Robert Smith, M.D.
1977-1981

B. Brown-Tougaloo Language Project
See also: Tougaloo Pre-freshman remedial reading program, Box 13, folder 6; and: Rockefeller Foundation, Box 28, folders 13-14 and Box 29, folder 1

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 15, Folder 1aBackground
1964-1968
Box 15, Folder 1bAdministrative
1964-1966
Box 15, Folder 2Reports, notes, etc.
1964-1965
Box 15, Folder 3Account ledgers: general
1965-1969
Box 15, Folder 4Account ledgers: Rockefeller grant
1965-1970
Box 15, Folder 5Work orders, purchase requests
1965-1968
Box 15, Folder 6Staff
1964-1968
Box 15, Folder 7Correspondence
1962-1964
Box 15, Folder 8Correspondence
1965 Jan-Jun
Box 15, Folder 9Correspondence
1965 Jul-Dec
Box 16, Folder 1Correspondence
1966
Box 16, Folder 2Correspondence
1967
Box 16, Folder 3Correspondence
1968-1969
Box 16, Folder 4Correspondence
1970-1979
Box 16, Folder 5Staff articles and reports
1965-1966
Box 16, Folder 6Tougaloo lecture series on language and linguistics
1965-1966
Box 16, Folder 7Language Project conference
1966 Apr 16
Box 16, Folder 8Language Project Conference
1963 Nov 23
Box 16, Folder 9Southern University language project test scores and analysis
1969
Box 33, Folder 9Southern University language project test scores
Contents Note: Restricted material

1968-1969
Box 16, Folder 10Southern University Freshman English program
1968-1969
Box 17, Folder 1Teachers' manual
1968
Box 17, Folder 2Essay reprints (student topics)
circa 1968
Box 17, Folder 3Copyright and permissions for essays
1967-1968
Box 17, Folder 4Student participants: tape keys, etc.
1964/1965
Box 17, Folder 5Attitude survey: tape keys, etc.
1966
Box 17, Folder 6Tucker & Lambert analysis of attitude survey
1967
Box 17, Folder 7Test materials, miscellaneous questions
1965-1966
Box 17, Folder 8Evaluation program: test materials
1967-1968
Box 17, Folder 9Evaluation program: test materials (additional copies)
1967-1968
Box 17, Folder 10Compiled test data
1968
Box 18, Folder 1Student essays, 01/A1-01/A9
1965
Box 18, Folder 2Student essays, 01/B1-03/B9
1965
Box 18, Folder 3Student essays, 01/C1-01/C9
1965
Box 18, Folder 4Student essays, 01/D1-08/D9
1965
Box 18, Folder 5Student essays, 01/E1-01/E9
1965
Box 18, Folder 6Student essays, 01/N1-11/N7
1965
Box 18, Folder 7Student essays, 01/O2-05/O8
1965
Box 18, Folder 8Student essays, 01/P1-13/P9
1965
Box 18, Folder 9Student essays, 01/Q1-10/Q9
1965
Box 18, Folder 10Student essays, 01/R1-07/R9
1965
Box 18, Folder 11Student essays, 01/S1-09/S9
1965
Box 18, Folder 12Student essays, T1-T2
1965
Box 18, Folder 13Language Lab: blueprints and color scheme
1965
Box 18, Folder 14Language Lab: construction documents
1965-1966
Box 18, Folder 15Miscellaneous announcements and articles about speech and linguistics
1963-1967
Box 19, Folder 1Final report
1970
Box 19, Folder 2Final report
Contents Note: Copy 2

1970
Box 19, Folder 3Final report
Contents Note: Copy 3

1970
Box 19, Folder 4Final report (unbound copy)
1970
Box 19, Folder 5Final report (carbon copy)
1970
Box 19, Folder 6Faculty response to Language Project
1968
Box 19, Folder 7Public relations and press
Contents Note: See also: Tougaloo public relations and press, Box 4, folder 8 and Box 5, folders 2-5

1965-1966
Box 19, Folder 8Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 1 tape
1965 Jul 29
Box 19, Folder 9Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 1 transcript
1965 Jul 29
Box 20, Folder 1Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 2 tape
1965 Jul 28
Box 20, Folder 2Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 2 transcript
1965 Jul 28
Box 20, Folder 3Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 3 tape
1965 Jul 29
Box 20, Folder 4Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 3 transcript
1965 Jul 29
Box 20, Folder 5Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 4 tape
1965 Jul 29
Box 20, Folder 6Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 4 transcript
1965 Jul 29
Box 20, Folder 7Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 5 tape
1965 Aug 3
Box 20, Folder 8Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 5 transcript
1965 Aug 3
Box 20, Folder 9Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 6 tape
1965 Aug 5
Box 20, Folder 10Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 6 transcript
1965 Aug 5
Box 21, Folder 1Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 7 tape
1965 Aug 5
Box 21, Folder 2Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 7 transcript
1965 Aug 5
Box 21, Folder 3Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 8 tape
1965 Aug 9
Box 21, Folder 4Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 8 transcript
1965 Aug 9
Box 21, Folder 5Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 9 tape
1965 Aug 10
Box 21, Folder 6Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 9 transcript
1965 Aug 10
Box 21, Folder 7Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 10 tape
1965 Aug 10
Box 21, Folder 8Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 10 transcript
1965 Aug 10
Box 21, Folder 9Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 11 tape: Jackson, informal discussion
1965
Box 21, Folder 10Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 11 transcript
1965
Box 22, Folder 1Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 12 tape: Kenta, Hampton, Hawkins
1965
Box 22, Folder 2Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 12 transcript
1965
Box 22, Folder 3Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 13 tape
1965
Box 22, Folder 4Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 14 tape: Griffith tutorial
1965
Box 22, Folder 5Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 14 transcript
1965
Box 22, Folder 6Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 15, tape 1: Sorgen & Boyd tutorial
1965
Box 22, Folder 7Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 15, tape 2: Sorgen & Boyd tutorial
1965
Box 22, Folder 8Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 15 transcript
1965
Box 22, Folder 9Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 16, tape 1: Sorgen & Welch tutorial
1965
Box 22, Folder 9Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 16, tape 2: Sorgen & Welch tutorial
1965
Box 23, Folder 1Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 16 transcript
1965
Box 23, Folder 2Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 17 tape: Odden tutorial
1965
Box 23, Folder 3Tape recordings and transcripts, Group 17 transcript
1965
Box 23, Folder 4Tape and transcript: Discussion of "Raisin in the Sun"
1965 Aug 14
Box 23, Folder 5Tape and transcript: Judy Pond
undated
Box 23, Folder 6Tape and transcript: Essie Wilson (post-test but no pre-test)
1968 May 7
Box 23, Folder 7Tape: BTLP evaluation program, listening comprehension pt. 2, Godschalk
undated
Box 23, Folder 8Transcription and programming notes
undated

C. Planning and documentation

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 23, Folder 9An overview: proposed development program for Tougaloo College
1963
Box 23, Folder 10Tougaloo Master Planning Advisory Committee
Contents Note: See also: Cummins Engine Foundation, Box 28, folder 3; and: Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation, Box 28, folder 11

1965-1966
Box 23, Folder 11Master Plan: working paper, Pfautz notes
1964-1965
Box 24, Folder 1Academic planning: notes, memos, etc.
1963-1975
Box 24, Folder 2Academic planning: notes, memos, etc.
1980-1983
Box 24, Folder 3Curriculum development: memos, proposals, etc.
1964-1972
Box 24, Folder 4Tougaloo space utilization study
1965
Box 24, Folder 5Tougaloo physical planning: proposals, plans
1964-1966
Box 24, Folder 6Tougaloo systems documentation
1975-1976
Box 24, Folder 7Miscellaneous Tougaloo facilities
1964

Series 4. Finances and development

A. General overview

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 24, Folder 8Development overview: reports and publications
1963-1986
Box 24, Folder 9Benson Snyder, Tougaloo Director of Development and Public Relations
1972-1979
Box 24, Folder 10Tougaloo Development Office staff
1969-1981
Box 25, Folder 1Tougaloo Development Committee
1963-1979
Box 25, Folder 2Development trip notes
1981-1984
Box 25, Folder 3Development memos and Pfautz telephone call notes
1964-1984
Box 25, Folder 4Friends of Tougaloo: Kivie Kaplan, Chair
1964-1971
Box 25, Folder 5Friends of Tougaloo: miscellaneous
1965-1981
Box 25, Folder 6Rhode Island Friends of Tougaloo: Irving Fain
1963
Box 25, Folder 7Tougaloo alumni
1963-1985

B. Brown University Development staff

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 25, Folder 8Brown University Development staff: Daniel Earle correspondence
1963-1964
Box 25, Folder 9Brown University Development staff: Daniel Earle correspondence
1965-1966
Box 25, Folder 10Brown University Development staff: Daniel Earle correspondence
1967-1971
Box 25, Folder 11Brown Development staff: Paul Davis
1963-1965
Box 26, Folder 1Harold Pfautz notes on development and budget
circa 1965
Box 26, Folder 2Charles Baldwin notes on development and budget
circa 1979
Box 26, Folder 3Tougaloo balance sheets, budgets, etc.
1963-1969
Box 26, Folder 4Tougaloo balance sheets, budgets, etc.
1971-1988
Box 26, Folder 5Brown-Tougaloo Exchange: budget, expenditures
1964-1971
Box 26, Folder 6Brown-Tougaloo accounts
1971-1981
Box 26, Folder 7Tougaloo College liabilities and loans
1971-1986
Box 26, Folder 8Tougaloo College expense statements
1965-1978
Box 26, Folder 9Tougaloo College projected expenses and budget proposals
1963-1978

C. Tougaloo College financial reports to president and board

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 26, Folder 10Tougaloo College financial reports
1967
Box 26, Folder 11Tougaloo College financial reports
1983
Box 27, Folder 1Tougaloo College financial reports
1984
Box 27, Folder 2Tougaloo College financial reports
1985
Box 27, Folder 3Tougaloo College financial reports
1986
Box 27, Folder 4Tougaloo College financial reports
1988
Box 27, Folder 5Financial statements (outside evaluators)
1974-1988
Box 27, Folder 6Sample grant proposals and procedural guidelines
1964-1986
Box 27, Folder 7Corporate and foundation lists
1963-1986
Box 27, Folder 8Individual donor lists
1965-1986
Box 27, Folder 9Gift and grant overview: pending and received
1964-1984

D. Foundations and corporations: proposals, notes, correspondence

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 28, Folder 1Alfred Sloan Foundation
1964-1968
Box 28, Folder 2Carnegie Corporation
1964-1965
Box 28, Folder 3Cummins Engine Foundation
Contents Note: See also: Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation, Box 28, folder 11; and: Tougaloo Master Planning Advisory Committee, Box 23, folders 10

1964-1978
Box 28, Folder 4Esso/Exxon Educational Fund
1965-1980
Box 28, Folder 5Field Foundation
1964-1986
Box 28, Folder 6Ford Foundation: information and Aide Memoire
1963-1972
Box 28, Folder 7Ford Foundation: correspondence
1963-1974
Box 28, Folder 8Fund for the Advancement of Education
1963-1965
Box 28, Folder 9Hans Huber Foundation: information
1963-1977
Box 28, Folder 10Hans Huber Foundation: correspondence
1965-1976
Box 28, Folder 11Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation
Contents Note: See also: Cummins Engine Foundation, Box 28, folder 3; and: Tougaloo Master Planning Advisory Committee, Box 23, folders 10

1964-1978
Box 28, Folder 12Louis W. & Maud Hill Family Foundation
1965
Box 28, Folder 13Rockefeller Foundation: Information, proposals
Contents Note: See also: Brown Tougaloo Language Project, Boxes 15-23

1965
Box 28, Folder 14Rockefeller Foundation: Correspondence
1964-1970
Box 29, Folder 1Rockefeller Foundation: Progress reports
1965-1967
Box 29, Folder 2Taconic Foundation
1964-1968
Box 29, Folder 3United Negro College Fund
1964-1979
Box 29, Folder 4Miscellaneous funds and foundations: A-L
1964-1981
Box 29, Folder 5Miscellaneous funds and foundations: M-Z
1964-1986
Box 29, Folder 6Banks, trusts, insurance companies
1966-1984
Box 29, Folder 7Churches
1965-1986

E. Development and public relations

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 29, Folder 8Memorial funds: George A. Owens, Irving Fain
1984
Box 29, Folder 9Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1976
Box 29, Folder 10Cumerford Corporation (development consultants)
1966
Box 29, Folder 11Victor Weingarten (public relations consultants)
1965-1967
Box 29, Folder 12Martineal Assocation (development consultants)
1979

F. Higher Education Act of 1965, Title III

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 30, Folder 1Higher Education Act of 1965: bills, amendments, etc.
1965-1980
Box 30, Folder 2Higher Education Act of 1965: HEW regulations, memos, etc.
1966-1972
Box 30, Folder 3Higher Education Act of 1965: 1968 extension
Contents Note: H. Pfautz congressional testimony, information sheet

1968
Box 30, Folder 4Higher Education Act of 1965: 1979-80 extension
1979-1980
Box 30, Folder 5Tougaloo College: Title III application
1966
Box 30, Folder 6Tougaloo College: Title III application
1968-1969
Box 30, Folder 7Tougaloo College: Title III application: draft and notes
1968-1969
Box 30, Folder 8Tougaloo College: Title III application: narrative drafts
1968-1969
Box 30, Folder 9Tougaloo College: Title III application
1969-1970
Box 30, Folder 10Tougaloo College: Title III application: miscellaneous narrative drafts
1967-1976
Box 31, Folder 1Tougaloo College: Title III application: memos and notes on specific proposals
1964-1968
Box 31, Folder 2Tougaloo College: Title III application: award documents
1967-1968
Box 31, Folder 3Advanced Institutional Development Program (AIDP): administration and budget
1977-1981
Box 31, Folder 4Advanced Institutional Development Program: miscellaneous papers
1972-1977
Box 31, Folder 5Title III progress reports and Plan of operation and budget explanation forms
1969-1975
Box 31, Folder 6Annual evaluation of Title III program at Tougaloo College
1974-1976
Box 31, Folder 7Harold Pfautz correspondence re.: Title III
1964-1980
Box 31, Folder 8Claiborne Pell correspondence and 1981 commencement address at Tougaloo
1969-1989
Box 31, Folder 9Title III-related memos
1966
Box 31, Folder 10Title III-related correspondence
1965-1979
Box 32, Folder 1Articles and essays about Title III
Contents Note: Broadus Butler, Harold Pfautz, UNCF

1965-1980
Box 32, Folder 2Sloan report on Title III
1978
Box 32, Folder 3Miscellaneous federal education programs
Contents Note: National Science Foundation, Title I, National Endowment for the Humanities

1964-1982