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Scope and Contents

Detailed Description

Commencement

Concert

Conference/Symposium

Convocation

Convocation, Honors

Convocation, Opening

Convocation, Senior

Dedication

Event

General Lecture

Inauguration

Misc.

Music

Oral History

Play

Reading

Religious Service

Reunion


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Collection Overview

Title: Recordings, audio reel to reel magnetic tapeView associated digital content.

ID: 07/R3

Extent: 21.6 Cubic Feet

Arrangement: Items #

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Audio recordings of speeches, music and broadcasts by or at Carleton

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Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Commencement],
[Series 2: Concert],
[Series 3: Conference/Symposium],
[Series 4: Convocation],
[Series 5: Convocation, Honors],
[Series 6: Convocation, Opening],
[Series 7: Convocation, Senior],
[Series 8: Dedication],
[Series 9: Event],
[Series 10: General Lecture],
[Series 11: Inauguration],
[Series 12: Misc.],
[Series 13: Music],
[Series 14: Oral History],
[Series 15: Play],
[Series 16: Reading],
[Series 17: Religious Service],
[Series 18: Reunion],
[All]

Series 1: Commencement
Sub-Series 1962
Item 083: Commencement Address / Laurence Gould, 1962View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 6/15/1962
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Subjects: Facutly; academic freedom; noblesse oblige; liberal arts education.
Sub-Series 1963
Item 104: Baccalaureate Address / John W. Nason, 1963View associated digital content.
Senior Convocation.
Additional Date Information: 6/13/1963
Other Information: on tape with Jenkins
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Subjects: Education; liberal arts education.
Sub-Series 1967
Item 262: A New History, 1967
Recording of Ward, Barbara (Lady Jackson)
Additional Date Information: 6/9/1967
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 118: All Men are Bad, 1968
Recording of Lincoln, Eric
Additional Date Information: 6/7/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 158: Baccalaureate Address:  Academia and the Real World, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John W.
Additional Date Information: 6/6/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1969
Item 267: Commencement 1969, 1969
Recording of Weatherford, Willis
Additional Date Information: 6/13/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1970
Box/Drawer 023
Item 1: Commencement 1970, Honoring John and Elizabeth Nason, 1970View associated digital content.
Recording of Bean, Atherton and Kolker, Jimmy
Additional Date Information: 6/11/1970
Other Information: 6/70
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Commencement 1970, citations for honorary degrees, 1970
Recording of Brewster, Kingman
Additional Date Information: 6/11/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1971
Item 123: Commencement 1971 - Politics in the '70s, 1971
Recording of Hamilton, Charles
Additional Date Information: 6/11/1971
Other Information: Side Two:  music (indian?)
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 288: Commencement 1971, 1971View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 6/11/1971
Other Information: 6/71, on same reel as 10/7/71
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 033: Perspectives - Variations on a Theme, 1972
Recording of Christ-Janer, Arland
Additional Date Information: 6/9/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series  1973
Item 367: Commencement, 1973
Includes address by Lucy Wilson Benson
Physical description: reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 038: Commencement Music (1974), 1974
Other Information: 6/74
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 102: Commencement 1974, 1974View associated digital content.
Recording of Hughes, Thomas L.
Additional Date Information: 6/7/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1984
Item 368: Commencement, 1984
Physical description: 2 reel to reel tapes
Sub-Series 1986
Item 293: Commencement 1986, 1986
Additional Date Information: 6/7/1986
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1987
Item 294: Commencement 1987, 1987
Additional Date Information: 6/13/1987
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1980
Item 377: "From the Frying Pan into the Fire" /  Dr. Cecile De Sweemer, 1980
Commencement address by Dr. Cecile De Sweemer for the class of 1980.
Additional Date Information: 1980-06-07
Sub-Series 1993
Item 393: Commencement, 1993
Additional Date Information: 1993-06-12
Sub-Series 1992
Item 396: Commencement, 1992
Series 2: Concert
Sub-Series 1974
Item 045: Bach: Prelude and Fugue in E-Flat Major, 1974
Recording of Damp, George
Additional Date Information: 5/19/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 3: Conference/Symposium
Sub-Series 1966
Item 013: "Is a Puzzlement" / Atherton Bean, 1966View associated digital content.
Recording of Atherton Bean, alumnus and chairman of the board of trustees, speaking to students about the myths and misconceptions of the business career.
Additional Date Information: 11/9/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 047: Development of Human Sexuality, 1966
Recording of Delano, James
Additional Date Information: 10/21/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 049: Background of Veblen's Thought, 1966View associated digital content.
Recording of Dorfman, Joseph
Additional Date Information: 10/6/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 073: Veblen on the Future of American Capitalism, 1966View associated digital content.
Recording of Friday, Charles B.
Additional Date Information: 10/25/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 204: Centennial Science Symposium, 1966View associated digital content.
Recording of Roberts, Walker; Roger Revelle, and Rene Dubos
Additional Date Information: 10/14/1966
Other Information: 3 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 279: Emotional Development in the College Years, 1966
Recording of Wilson, Robert M.
Additional Date Information: 9/30/1966
Other Information: Human Development Series
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1967
Item 022: Theology Seminar - "Is Institutional Religion Stifling Christianity", 1967View associated digital content.
Convocation recording of Daniel Callahan, James Sellers, and Richard Shaull.  Three ethical theologians speak at Carleton during a theology seminar regarding institutional religion and its relation to Christianity.
Additional Date Information: 4/14/1967
Other Information: Theology Seminar
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 048: Address in International Relations Symposium, 1967
Recording of Desai, M.J. and Jerzy Michalowski
Additional Date Information: 1/12/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 064: Address in International Relations Symposium, 1967
Recording of Figueres, Jose and J.G. De Beus
Additional Date Information: 1/12/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 101: Opening Address of International Relations Seminar, 1967
Recording of Hughes, Thomas and Edwin Reischauer
Additional Date Information: 1/11/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 224: A Critique of the New Morality, 1967
Recording of Sellers, Dr.
Additional Date Information: 4/14/1967
Other Information: Theology Seminar
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 227: The Radical Vocation of a New Generation, 1967
Recording of Shaull, Richard
Additional Date Information: 4/15/1967
Other Information: Theology Seminar
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Box/Drawer 024
Item 1: Addresses in the Humanities Symposium: "Reasons and Unreasons- A Few Footnotes", 1967View associated digital content.
Recording of Germaine Bree and Harold Bloom. Germaine Bree speaks on challenges to reason for Carleton's Humanities Symposium (day 2) with much regard to contemporary French literature.  Subjects include: University of Wisconsin; comparative literature; french literature; logical positivism; art
Additional Date Information: 4/18/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Illustrated Lecture in the Humanities Symposium.  "Diary: How to improve the world (you will only make matters worse)" / Cage, John, 1967View associated digital content.

John Cage, speaking as part of a Humanities Symposium at Carleton, reads his work in three parts: "Diary: How to improve the world (you will only make matters worse)." He also performs several compositions.

Subjects include: nonviolence; state of society; music.

Additional Date Information: 4/17/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 3: Humanities Symposium: "Challenges to Reason", 1967View associated digital content.
Panel discussion with Wayne Booth, Germaine Bree, Harold Bloom, and John Cage explore the scope, forms and challenges of reason and how it relates to creating order.  Convocation.
Additional Date Information: 4/19/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 179: Panel: Rebuilding Our Cities - A Human Problem, 1968
Recording of Plank, Raymond
Additional Date Information: 9/19/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1971
Item 114 [a]: Class Action Suits, 1971
Recording of McCabe, Lucy
Additional Date Information: 4/21/1971
Other Information: Law and Society Symposium
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 114 [b]: Police, 1971
Recording of Ahern, James
Additional Date Information: 4/29/1971
Other Information: Law and Society Symposium
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 114 [c]: Prisons, 1971
Recording of Murton, Thomas
Additional Date Information: 4/6/1971
Other Information: Law and Society Symposium
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 114 [d]: Race Relations, 1971
Recording of Wilkens, Roger
Additional Date Information: 4/12/1971
Other Information: Law and Society Symposium
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 167: The Debate on Science and Technology at M.I.T. / Panel Discussion with Mohr [...], 1971View associated digital content.
The Debate on Science and Technology at M.I.T. / Panel Discussion with Mohrig, Barbour, Brooks, Platt, Gould. Recording of Oglesby, Carl
Additional Date Information: 11/15/1971
Other Information: Technology and Man's Future
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 085
Item 1: Technology and Man's Future - "Science and the Human Condition" / Laurence Gould, 1971View associated digital content.
Part of Technology and Man's Future Symposium.  Subjects include: technology; science; Dr. Harvey Brooks; Applied Physics and Egineering; Harvard; Dr. John Plath; biophysics; University of Michigan; [Carl Logelsbay]; Students for a Democratic Society; arms race; threat of nuclear war; population growth; environmentalism
Additional Date Information: 11/15/1971
Other Information: Technology and Man's Future - 3 tapes
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Technology and Man's Future - Dinner and Alumni Seminar, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Gould, Larry
Additional Date Information: 11/16/1971
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 3: Technology and Man's Future - Geology Alumni Seminar, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Gould, Larry
Additional Date Information: 11/16/1971
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 136: Design with Nature, 1972
Recording of McHarg, Ian
Additional Date Information: 10/5/1972
Other Information: Living the Good Life Symposium
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 176: Living the Good Life, 1972
Recording of Pitts
Additional Date Information: 10/5/1972
Other Information: Living the Good Life Symposium
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Box/Drawer 252
Item 1: Serve the People: The Challenge for Medical Eduaction / Discussion: Implica [...], 1972
Serve the People: The Challenge for Medical Eduaction / Discussion: Implications for Carleton. Recording of Kindig, Dave
Additional Date Information: 8/7/1972
Other Information: T. B. Thomas Alumni Seminar, Side two: 'Discussion: Implications for Carleton'
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2[a]: Experiments in Health Care Delivery, 1972
Recording of Curran, Jean A.
Additional Date Information: 8/7/1972
Other Information: T. B. Thomas Alumni Seminar, Accession number 2000-06-20 -1
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2[b]: Health and Social Change: The Physician's Dilemma, 1972
Recording of Geiger, Jack
Additional Date Information: 8/7/1972
Other Information: T. B. Thomas Alumni Seminar, Accession number 2000-06-20 -1
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1973
Item 134: Myth Symposium; Myth Panel Discussion; Myth, Society, and the Search for Me [...], 1973
Myth Symposium; Myth Panel Discussion; Myth, Society, and the Search for Meaning. Recording of Marx, Leo; with J. Gardner, D. Porter and Ramanujan
Additional Date Information: 11/9/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 139: Human Animal: Man's Relation to Nature, 1973
Recording of Tiger, Lionel
Additional Date Information: 2/1/1973
Other Information: Myth Symposium; on Meadows tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Box/Drawer 266
Item 1[a]: Watergate Symposium, 1973View associated digital content.
Recording of Quie, Albert; and Donald Fraser
Additional Date Information: 11/17/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 1[b]: Watergate Symposium, 1973View associated digital content.
Recording of Judge Hubert Will.
Additional Date Information: 11/15/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 1[c]: Watergate Symposium:  Forum: Flaws in the System or Evil Men?, 1973View associated digital content.
Recording of Sheridan, Harriet; Russ Langworthy, Clifford Clark, Carl Weiner, David Maitland
Additional Date Information: 11/17/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 1[d]: Watergate Symposium:  Forum: Questions of Constitutionality, 1973View associated digital content.
Recording of Zuckert, Catherine; Harold Chase, Fred Morrison, Robert McDonough
Additional Date Information: 11/17/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Watergate Symposium: on campaign financing and elections, 1973View associated digital content.
Recording of Herb Alexander.
Additional Date Information: 11/16/1973
Other Information: 11/16-17, 1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 009: "The City as a Work of Art: Asphalt and Art" / Edmond Bacon, 1974View associated digital content.
Introduced by Howard Swearer.  First speaker in an unidentified symposium series.  Subjects include: Urban Poverty; Environmentalism; Urban Planning
Additional Date Information: 10/31/1974
Other Information: same tape as Kennedy
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 036: City Symposium: Possible Futures - Hardware and Software, 1974
Recording of Hopper, Grace Murray
Additional Date Information: 10/3/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1980
Box/Drawer 008
Item 1: The Authority of Experts: "Are the Professions Necessary?" / Eliot Friedson, 1980View associated digital content.
Eliot Friedson gives the first talk in the Authority of Experts Symposium.  Subjects include: Thorstein Veblen; Social Theory; Economics; Sociology; New York University.
Additional Date Information: 10/3/1980
Other Information: reel 1 of 3
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: The Authority of Experts: "The Animated Slide Rule..." and "American Social Scientists and the Myth", 1980View associated digital content.
The Authority of Experts Symposium: "The Animated Slide Rule," by David Hollinger. "American Social Scientists and the Myth of Progress." by Dorothy Ross.  Subjects include: Authority of Experts Symposium; Social Sciences; 19th Century; Progessivism; culture of science; Thorstein Veblen.
Additional Date Information: 10/3/1980
Other Information: reel 2 of 3
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 3: The Authority of Experts: "Legal Realism - the Return of the Repressed, Pane [...], 1980View associated digital content.
The Authority of Experts Symposium: Legal Realism - the Return of the Repressed, Panel Discussion. Recording of Levinson, Stanford and Haskell, Thomas.  Subjects include: The Authority of Experts Symposium; professional authority; legal science; legal system.
Additional Date Information: 10/4/1980
Other Information: reel 3 of 3
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1975
Box/Drawer 199
Item 1: Responses to Global Scarcities, 1975
Recording of Barbour, Ian; Paul Jensen, Garrett Hardin, Malcolm Purvis, Roger Shinn; Howard Swearer, Dick Clark, Peggy Barlett, David McDonald
Additional Date Information: 10/3/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Responses to Global Scarcities, 1975
Recording of Henrickson, Eiler; Donella Meadows, Kenneth Boulding, Ian Barbout, Garrett Hardin, Susan Stoddard, Robert Will, William Sterling
Additional Date Information: 10/4/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 3: Responses to Global Scarcities (The Ethics of Affluence and Scarcity / The  [...], 1975
Responses to Global Scarcities (The Ethics of Affluence and Scarcity / The Wind and the Whirlwind). Recording of Shinn, Roger; Kenneth Boulding
Additional Date Information: 10/5/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series Undated
Item 046: Debate on Boundry Waters, Student Tax Credit, and Small Farm Legislation
Recording of Martin, Sally; Skorski, Jerry; Campbell, Dr. Richard and Frederick, Melq
Other Information: Debate
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Box/Drawer 266
Item 2[a]: Watergate Symposium: Forum: Credibility, Legitimacy, and the PeopleView associated digital content.
Recording of Schuster, Seymour; Walter Spannaus, and David Lilly
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2[b]: Watergate Symposium: Forum: Power of the PresidencyView associated digital content.
Recording of Woehrlin, William; Diet Prowe, Michael Zuckert, Atherton Bean, Howard Swearer
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 4: Convocation
Sub-Series 1954
Item 043: "Spiritual Mobilization" / Donald J. Cowling., 1954View associated digital content.

This audio file contains an 8-minute excerpt from a speech made by Donald J. Cowling on May 20, 1954 to commemorate the founding of Spiritual Mobilization, an independent Christian-libertarian movement started by Reverend James W. Fifield against the Christian-liberal “Social Gospel” movement of the 1930s.

Subjects include: Constitution; New Testament; Bible; American; biblical tradition; Judeo-Christian values; inalienable rights; Declaration of Independence; sprituality; Russia.

Additional Date Information: 5/20/1954
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1959
Item 029: Selected Readings from his own Works, 1959View associated digital content.
Recording of Carver, Wayne
Additional Date Information: 12/11/1959
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 095 [a]: Language and Religion, 1959
Recording of Wheelwright, Philip
Additional Date Information: 5/5/1959
Other Information: Sunday Night Club - Biblical Semantics Lecture Series, same reel as 3/8/59
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 095 [b]: Salvation, 1959
Recording of Hartt, Julian N.
Additional Date Information: 3/8/1959
Other Information: Sunday Night Club - Biblical Semantics Lecture Series, same reel as 5/5/59
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 131 [a]: Mind, 1959
Recording of Ditmanson, Harold
Additional Date Information: 3/1/1959
Other Information: on tape with Maitland
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 131 [b]: Vocation, 1959
Recording of Maitland, David J.
Additional Date Information: 2/22/1959
Other Information: Sunday Night Club - Biblical Semantics Lecture Series, same reel as 3/1/59
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 303: Latin America, 1959
Recording of Obaid, Antonio H.
Additional Date Information: 5/15/1959
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1960
Item 028: Labor-Management Relations, 1960
Recording of Caples, William and Goldberg, Arthur
Additional Date Information: 9/29/1960
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 050: Reading and Commenting on his Novels, 1960View associated digital content.
Recording of Dos Passos, John
Additional Date Information: 10/1/1960
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 186: 1960
Recording of Powell, Lawrence Clark
Additional Date Information: 2/26/1960
Other Information: Intro by Dr. Gould
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 223: Green World of Charles Darwin, 1960
Recording of Sears, Paul
Additional Date Information: 1/8/1960
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 278: The Labor Party in Perspective, 1960
Recording of Wilson, J. Harold
Additional Date Information: 1/15/1960
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1961
Item 145: Talk on the Conditions in the South, 1961
Recording of Morton, David
Additional Date Information: 10/5/1961
Other Information: Morton a Freedom Rider
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 270: Should HUAC be Abolished?, 1961View associated digital content.
Recording of White, Burton
Additional Date Information: 11/15/1961
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 276: The Cuban Revolution - a Lesson in Progress, 1961
Recording of Williams, Robert; and Ed Shaw
Additional Date Information: 2/27/1961
Other Information: Cuban Series, No. 2
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 289: What's Wrong with our Elections?, 1961
Recording of Goodman, Paul
Additional Date Information: 10/17/1961
Other Information: Challenge; on tape with Freedom Singers.  (Might not be on tape at all anymore?)
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1962
Item 016 [a]: "The Pros and Cons of Conformity" / Brand Blanshard, 1962View associated digital content.

Philosopher Brand Blanshard speaks about conformity and its pros and cons in modern society.

Subjects include: John Nason; Carleton Service Fund; religious freedom; philosophy; University of Michigan; Swarthmore; conformity; advertising; Americanization; television; radio; individualism.

Additional Date Information: 10/24/1962
Other Information: same reel as Howard Nemerov
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 018 [a]: "The Intellectual and the Market Place" / George J. Stigler, 1962View associated digital content.

George J. Stigler, professor of Economics at University of Chicago, addresses the Intellectual's disdain of the marketplace and why this is an outdated and not necessary approach.

Subjects include: Economics; University of Chicago; trustee; marketplace; intellectuals; advertising.

Additional Date Information: 11/14/1962
Other Information: same reel as Wayne Booth
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 018 [b]: "The Novel as a Spiritual Quest" /  Wayne Booth, 1962View associated digital content.
English Professor Wayne Booth from the University of Chicago gives a lecture about the novel as a spiritual quest. Subjects include: Richard "Rich" Olson; English; Carleton in Japan; fiction literature.
Additional Date Information: 10/31/1962
Other Information: same reel as 11/14/62
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 019 [a]: John Nason Convocation Prior to Inauguration, 1962View associated digital content.
Recording of John W. Nason.  Subjects include: Swarthmore College; Foreign Policy Association (FPA); education; Japan, Indonesia; India; communication; Carletonian; President Laurence Gould.
Additional Date Information: 4/28/1962
Other Information: same reel as Kenneth Boulding
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 019 [b]: "Warlessness," / Kenneth Boulding, 1962View associated digital content.
Dr. Kenneth Boulding gives a speech at Carleton about the disruptive forces of missile technology and the current efforts to achieve "warlessness".  Subjects include: Economics; University of Michigan; conflict resolution; Stanford; national defense; Barry Goldwater; threat of nuclear war; social systems;  diplomacy; war; peace; disarmament; military; Russia; Michigan; Protugal; Switzerland.
Additional Date Information: 4/25/1962
Other Information: same reel as 4/28/62
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 205: "Nazism, the Only Answer", 1962
Recording of George Lincoln Rockwell.
Additional Date Information: 10/9/1962
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 206: George Lincoln Rockwell Press Conference on Nazism, 1962
Recording of George Lincoln Rockwell during press conference after speech at Carleton.
Additional Date Information: 10/9/1962
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 234 [a]: Post-Modern Mind, 1962
Recording of Smith, Heston
Additional Date Information: 5/11/1962
Other Information: on Silvert tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 234 [b]: Students in Argentina, 1962
Recording of Silvert, Cal
Additional Date Information: 5/2/1962
Other Information: same reel as 5/11/62
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 305: The Southern Agrarian, 1962
Recording of Tate, Allan
Additional Date Information: 11/1/1962
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1963
Item 059: Why is America Misunderstood?, 1963
Recording of Eren, Nuri
Other Information: same reel as Honors Convo 5/63
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 098 [a]: Challenges to America, 1963
Recording of Heckscher, Augst
Additional Date Information: 11/12/1963
Other Information: on same reel as James Breeden
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 150: Manners and Morals, 1963View associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John
Additional Date Information: 1/23/1963
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 151: Freshman Convocation; Ends and Means in Education, 1963View associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John W.
Other Information: 9/63
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 152 [a]: "Arab Socialism" / Alan Horton., 1963View associated digital content.
Subjects include: "Ivory Tower"; liberal arts education; Egypt; nationalism; neutralism; moderniation; industrialization; health education; social justice; Gamal Nasser; argrarian reform; socialism; Syria; United Arab Republic; Yemen; Middle East.
Additional Date Information: 01/23/1963
Other Information: 1/63; on tape with Nason, Some Reflections...
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 152 [b]: "Some Reflections on the Carleton Scene - Manners and Morals" / John W. Nason., 1963View associated digital content.
Subjects include: Carleton Student Association (CSA) president and senate elections; rights of students.
Additional Date Information: 01/23/1963
Other Information: 1/63; on tape with Horton
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 163 [a]: Confessions of a Mayor, 1963
Recording of Naftalin, Arthur
Additional Date Information: 2/27/1963
Other Information: on Neyman tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 163 [b]: Indeterminism in Science, 1963
Recording of Neyman, Jerzy
Additional Date Information: 4/3/1963
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 202: Trip to Mt. Hiei, 1963
Recording of Richel, Perry-o
Additional Date Information: 5/24/1963
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1964
Item 153 [a]: The Seeking Generation, 1964View associated digital content.
Recording of Hordern, W.
Additional Date Information: 11/24/1964
Other Information: on tape with Nason, Remodeling Old Buildings
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 226 [a]: 1964
Recording of Shapiro, Karl
Additional Date Information: 4/8/1964
Other Information: Lucas Lecture,  on same reel as Ralph Sockman
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 281 [a]: Discussing the Religious Requirement, 1964View associated digital content.
Recording of Oldfather, Felicia; Judy McReynolds, Judy, and Bardwell Smith
Other Information: Student Convocation, 1964, same reel as Henry Woodward
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 281 [b]: European Miscellany, 1964View associated digital content.
Recording of Woodward, Henry
Other Information: same reel as religion requirement discussion
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1965
Item 090: The Challenge of the New Japan, 1965
Recording of Hackett, Roger F.
Additional Date Information: 4/27/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 109: Characterstics of Japanese Literature, 1965
Recording of Keene, Donald
Additional Date Information: 4/26/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 124: Negro Revolt Revisited, 1965
Recording of Lomax, Louis
Additional Date Information: 10/22/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 153 [b]: "Remodeling Old Buildings," / John W. Nason, 1965View associated digital content.
President Nason speaks on remodeling plans, due to a growth spurt in attendance for the college.  Subjects include: remodeling; socialization; dorms; Willis Hall; Laird Hall; Leighton Hall; Sayles-Hill Campus Center (Sayles-Hill Gymnasium; Sayles); dining facilities; family-style meals; cafeteria halls; snack bar; student organizations.
Additional Date Information: 1/5/1965
Other Information: on same reel as 11/24/64
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 210: The Election of 1964 in the Perspective of History, 1965View associated digital content.
Recording of Rossiter, Clinton
Additional Date Information: 11/5/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 249: The Arts at Carleton, 1965
Additional Date Information: 11/19/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 275: William Carlos Williams in the American Grain, 1965
Recording of Williams, John
Additional Date Information: 11/12/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 295: Carleton on the Coach, 1965
Recording of Kelly, Erwin
Additional Date Information: 5/4/1965
Other Information: on Bayne tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 304 [a]: About Life Behind the Iron Curtain, 1965
Recording of Anderson, Eugenie
Additional Date Information: 2/3/1965
Other Information: on Obaid, Alliance for Progress, tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 304 [b]: The Alliance for Progress Today, 1965
Recording of Obaid, Antonio H.
Additional Date Information: 1/12/1965
Other Information: same reel as Eugenie Anderson, 1/12
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1966
Item 084: "Science and the Culture of Our Times" / Laurence Gould, 1966View associated digital content.
Dr. Laurence M. Gould's convocation address for Carleton’s Centennial Celebration.  Subjects include: science; bust of Schiller; liberal arts education; history; religion; art; humanity; technology; Antarctica.
Additional Date Information: 10/12/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 119: Talk on Drugs, 1966
Recording of Lindesmith, Alfred
Additional Date Information: 10/16/1966
Other Information: Human Development Series
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 154: Parent's Day Convocation, 1966
Recording of Nason, John W.
Additional Date Information: 11/5/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 166: The Sacred and the Profane: Theology of Thorstein Veblen, 1966View associated digital content.
Recording of Noble, David W.
Additional Date Information: 11/1/1966
Other Information: Veblen Seminar
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1967
Item 053: Address about West Africa, 1967
Recording of Dubois, Victor
Additional Date Information: 1/18/1967
Other Information: AUFS Convocation
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 087: The Possibility of a Serious Theatre in this Country, 1967
Recording of Guthrie, Tyrone
Additional Date Information: 4/26/1967
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 088: Shakespeare - the Nature of the Man and his Character, 1967
Recording of Guthrie, Tyrone
Additional Date Information: 4/23/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 089: Technical Problems of Producing Shakespeare, 1967
Recording of Guthrie, Tyrone
Additional Date Information: 4/30/1967
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 116: 1967
Recording of Levander, Harold
Additional Date Information: 10/4/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 155: Freshman Convocation, 1967View associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John W.  Contains unidentified recording of spoken word and music performance.
Additional Date Information: 9/19/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 156: Parent's Day Convocation, 1967View associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John W.
Additional Date Information: 10/14/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 168: AUFS in Japan Convo, 1967
Recording of Olson, Lawrence
Additional Date Information: 11/15/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 173: Liberal Learning and the Practice of Freedom, 1967
Recording of Phenix, Philip
Additional Date Information: 1/27/1967
Other Information: Gingrich Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 209: Femininity: Changing Roles for the Women, 1967
Recording of Rose, La Frances
Additional Date Information: 2/19/1967
Other Information: Human Development Series
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 211: Changing Prospects and Problems in South America, 1967
Recording of Rowe, James
Additional Date Information: 11/19/1967
Other Information: AUFS Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 229: United Nations as Peace Keepers, 1967
Recording of Sherry, George L.
Additional Date Information: 10/25/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 236: "Education for Serendipity" / Bardwell Smith., 1967View associated digital content.
Opening Convocation.  Bardwell Smith, Dean of the College, gives his inaugural speech to Carleton community. Smith addresses that a liberal education should produce competent leaders as well as increase sensitivity to the human condition.  Subjects include: graduate school; liberal arts education; religion; scholastic education; humanistic education; teachers; interdiciplinary studies; off-campus studies (study abroad); KARL radio.
Additional Date Information: 9/23/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 241: Comments on 'The Experimental City', 1967
Recording of Spilhaus, Athelstan
Additional Date Information: 1/6/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 245: The Social Responsibility of the Press, 1967
Recording of Steven, William P.
Additional Date Information: 3/1/1967
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 258: 1967
Recording of Wagoner, Walter
Additional Date Information: 1/22/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 268: For the Sake of the World, 1967
Recording of Webber, G.W.
Additional Date Information: 4/7/1967
Other Information: Dana Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 286 [a]: Chronicles of Hell, 1967
Other Information: 10/67
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 302: NAC (Negro Affairs Committee) Convocation, 1967View associated digital content.
A forum presented by the Negro Affairs Committee. African American students describe on the experiences of racism in their hometowns.  Subjects include: racism; Phyllis Shelton, Houston; Printice Gary, Minneapolis; [Peggy Morale], Milwaukee; [Sandy Alexander, Alton, Illinois]; [Ray Harp]; Chicago; prejudice; discrimination.
Additional Date Information: 11/22/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 071: U.S. Policy in Southeast Asia, 1968
Recording of Frankel, Charles
Additional Date Information: 3/6/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 074: Invisible Structure, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Fuller, Buckminster. Part of Lucas Lecture Series.
Additional Date Information: 1/24/1968
Other Information: Lucas Lecture - Convocation, reel 1 of 5
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 075: Meeting With Students, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Fuller, Buckminster. Part of Lucas Lecture Series.
Additional Date Information: 1/30/1968
Other Information: reel 2 of 5
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 076: Experimental City, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Fuller, Buckminster. Part of Lucas Lecture Series.
Additional Date Information: 1/30/1968
Other Information: reel 3 of 5
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 077: Meeting With Students, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Fuller, Buckminster. Part of Lucas Lecture Series.
Additional Date Information: 2/6/1968
Other Information: reel 4 of 5
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 078: How to Make the World Work, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Fuller, Buckminster. Part of Lucas Lecture Series.
Additional Date Information: 2/6/1968
Other Information: reel 5 of 5
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 079: The U.S., the Middle East and the World, 1968
Recording of Gallagher, Charles P.
Additional Date Information: 4/12/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 082: The Rewriting of History: A Project in Jewish/Christian Relations, 1968
Recording of Gilbert, Arthur
Additional Date Information: 2/15/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 092: The Politics of Civil Rights, 1968
Recording of Hamilton, Charles
Additional Date Information: 1/3/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 093: The New Industrial State, 1968
Recording of Harrison, Ada M.
Additional Date Information: 10/19/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 105: Are People Like Animals?, 1968
Recording of Jensen, Paul
Additional Date Information: 2/11/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 120: Changing Authorities in the Political Realm, 1968
Recording of Lipson, Leslie
Additional Date Information: 3/27/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 121: Japan - The Development of Science and Technology, 1968
Recording of Lockheimer, F. Roy
Additional Date Information: 2/28/1968
Other Information: AUFS Convocation
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 157: "How to Make the College Work" / John W. Nason., 1968View associated digital content.
Subjects include: religion; Christianity; Faith; fundraising; budget; Carleton Student Association (CSA); faculty; trustees; scholarship money; endowment; Music and Drama Center (Concert Hall); geology; chemistry; mathematics; Mudd Hall of Science; Student Union [Sayles-Hill Campus Center]; government funds; cost of education; alumni fund.
Additional Date Information: 2/7/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 159: Freshman Convocation, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John W.
Additional Date Information: 9/17/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 197: Modern Renaissance in India, 1968
Recording of Ranganathanada, Swami
Additional Date Information: 10/29/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 213: Politics of Higher Education in India, 1968
Recording of Rudolf, Susan
Additional Date Information: 11/18/1968
Other Information: But also says 'Dick Gregory' on back.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 216: Changing Authorities in Society and Education, 1968
Recording of Sanford, Nevitt
Additional Date Information: 4/3/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 217: The Far Eastern Crisis in Foreign Politics, 1968
Recording of Scalapino, Robert
Additional Date Information: 3/2/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 230: Zen and the Ideal Man, 1968
Recording of Shibayama, Zenkai
Additional Date Information: 4/2/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 231: Training in Zen, 1968
Recording of Shibayama, Zenkai
Additional Date Information: 4/4/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 232: Zen and Art, 1968
Recording of Shibayama, Zenkei
Additional Date Information: 4/5/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 239: Development Day Address, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Spencer, Edson W.,  and John W. Nason
Additional Date Information: 5/11/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 274: Authority in Science and the Authority of Science, 1968
Recording of Williams, Daniel D.
Additional Date Information: 4/10/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 282: Chinese Youth - Three Generations, 1968
Recording of Wright, Mrs.
Additional Date Information: 5/8/1968
Other Information: But back of box says:  'Lasansky, Warnholtz, and (Jackson?)'
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1969
Item 127 [a]: Past Resistance - Where is it Going?, 1969View associated digital content.
Recording of Lynd, Staughton
Additional Date Information: 5/7/1969
Other Information: same reel as 5/5/72
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 128: Development of Social Attatchments in Early Childhood, 1969
Recording of Macaby, Ellen E.
Additional Date Information: 5/30/1969
Other Information: Distinguished Women Visitors
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 146: Computer Music and Electronic Music, 1969
Recording of Morton, Ian
Additional Date Information: 2/13/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 160: "The Sabre-Toothed Curriculum." / John W. Nason., 1969View associated digital content.
Parent's Day Convocation.  Subjects include: Margot Carson; Rush Holt; progressive education; traditional education; curriculum, cultural heritage; cultural values; Vietnam War; protests; political demonstrations; interdisciplinary studies.
Additional Date Information: 4/26/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 196: Science is Personal, 1969
Recording of Ramette, Richard W.
Additional Date Information: 9/26/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 219: Technique and Content, 1969
Recording of Schuller, Gunther
Additional Date Information: 2/12/1969
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 220: Evolution and Revolution, 1969
Recording of Schuller, Gunther
Additional Date Information: 5/19/1969
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 253: 1969
Recording of Utley, Garrick
Additional Date Information: 10/21/1969
Other Information: But back of box says Antonio H. Obaid, 'The Alliance for Progress Today' 1/12/65
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 285: Our Heritage and Revolution, 1969View associated digital content.
Recording of Zinn, Howard
Additional Date Information: 1/12/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 309: Convocation, 1969View associated digital content.
Recording of Chomsky, Noam
Additional Date Information: 1/11/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1970
Item 007: As You Like It, 1970View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 1/23/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 041: Contraception, 1970
Additional Date Information: 2/2/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 111: Vietnam, 1970View associated digital content.
Recording of Langworthy, Russell
Other Information: spring, 1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 147: Poverty, Illegitimacy, Pollution, and Erosion of Present Liberties, 1970View associated digital content.
Recording of Mundy, Louis
Additional Date Information: 2/1/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 161: "On the Occasion of One's Valedictory" / John W. Nason, 1970View associated digital content.
Convocation for the retirement of John Nason as president of Carleton College, also known as "Nason Day."  Subjects include: John Nason Professorship for Asian Studies; Elizabeth Nason Distinguished Women’s Award; end of John Nason presidency; off-campus studies (study abroad); individualism; abolishment of religion requirement; “Golden Age of Fundraising”;  cooperation; St. Olaf; Asian Studies; Black Studies; [freshman humanities courses]; administration.
Additional Date Information: 5/15/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 214: Recording of Ruland, Vernon, 1970
Additional Date Information: 2/4/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 247: "The Human Dimension of the College," / Howard Swearer, 1970View associated digital content.
Howard Swearer, the sixth President of Carleton College, gives his first address to the college community as president in 1970 Opening Convocation.  Subjects include: prayer; Reeve Award; Ruth Mattern; Noyes Prize; Beverly Bailey; Edward Honnold; Phi Beta Kappa Award; Meredith Hoppin; Mark Williams; Hugh Galusha, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and Chairman of Carleton’s Board of Trustees; education; independent study; off-campus study (study abroad) programs; liberal arts education; liberal arts colleges; Carleton community.
Additional Date Information: 9/25/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 271: "The Poet as an Effete Snob," / Reed Whittemore, 1970View associated digital content.
Whittemore speaks about seeking solitude in perusal of truth and poetry.  Part of Lucas Lecture Series.  Subjects include: T.S. Elliot; independence.
Additional Date Information: 1/21/1970
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 272: The Future of Now, 1970View associated digital content.
Recording of Whittemore, Reed
Additional Date Information: 1/29/1970
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 284: Talk on Cambodia, 1970View associated digital content.
Recording of Zelliot, Eleanor
Other Information: Spring 1970 Cambodia strike tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1971
Item 066: Past, the Way it Was, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Ford, O'Neil
Other Information: Lucas Lecture, 2/71, reel 1 of 3
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 067: Present, Who Will Answer, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Ford, O'Neil
Additional Date Information: 2/21/1971
Other Information: Lucas Lecture, reel 2 of 3
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 068: Future, in Case of Survival, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Ford, O'Neil
Other Information: Lucas Lecture, 2/71, reel 3 of 3
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 139 [a]: Limits to Growth, 1971
Recording of Meadows, Dennis
Additional Date Information: 11/8/1971
Other Information: on same reel as 11/9/73 and 4/8/74
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 165 [a]: Dance As a Generative Device in Film, 1971
Recording of Nikolais, Alwin
Additional Date Information: 11/27/1971
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 165 [b]: Dance as Art, 1971
Recording of Nikolais, Alwin
Additional Date Information: 11/26/1971
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 221 [a]: Soviet Union - Arms Control, 1971
Recording of Schullman, Marshall
Additional Date Information: 10/21/1971
Other Information: on same reel as G. Piel and J. Farmer
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 288: Politics in the '70s, 1971
Recording of Hamilton, Charles
Additional Date Information: 10/7/1971
Other Information: on tape with Commencement 1971
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Box/Drawer 164
Item 1: Nikolai Dance Theatre Lecture - Demonstration, 1971
Recording of Nikolais Dance Theatre
Additional Date Information: 12/3/1971
Other Information: 2 reels - 12/3 - 12/4/71
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Nikolai Dance Theatre Lecture - Demonstration, 1971
Recording of Nikolais Dance Theatre
Additional Date Information: 12/4/1971
Other Information: 2 reels - 12/3 - 12/4/71
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 001: Thursday Night Lecture Series / Saul Alinsky, 1972View associated digital content.
Saul Alinsky speaks in the Carleton Chapel about organizing popular power in the middle class and on college campuses.  Subjects include: political organization; middle class.
Additional Date Information: 1/20/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 010: Hopi Ways of Living at Peace with Nature," / Thomas Banyacya and Janet McCloud, 1972View associated digital content.
Convocation.  Discuss the Hopi society, Hopi worldview, beliefs religion, effect of technology on Hopi society, the history of Hopi interactions with Europeans and music.  Other subjects include: historical perspective; european colonization.
Additional Date Information: 10/13/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 030: On Parapsychology, 1972
Recording of Cayce, Charles Thomas
Additional Date Information: 4/24/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 081: Nixon's China, 1972
Recording of Gayn, Marc
Additional Date Information: 1/31/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 107: Journey of the Fifth Horse, 1972
Other Information: Fall 1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 108: The Meaning of Loneliness, 1972
Recording of Kaplan, Abraham
Additional Date Information: 1/27/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 112: Tu Fu and the Ballad of Political Protest, 1972
Recording of Lattimore, David
Additional Date Information: 5/17/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 127 [b]: The Ideal Woman, Medieval Literature, and Women's Lib, 1972
Recording of Williamson, Joan
Additional Date Information: 5/5/1972
Other Information: same reel Staughton Lynd
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 137: 1972
Recording of McHarg, Ian
Additional Date Information: 11/1/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 143: 1972
Recording of Morgan, Bruce
Additional Date Information: 9/22/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 193: What Can We Expect from Government?, 1972
Recording of Quie, Albert
Additional Date Information: 4/5/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 235: Earth Week - 'The Adversary Process in the Environmental Movement: The Inte [...], 1972View associated digital content.
Earth Week - 'The Adversary Process in the Environmental Movement: The Interrelationship of Administrative Agencies, Courts, and Political Processes'. Recording of SIVE
Additional Date Information: 4/20/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 240: Corporations, Corporal Responsibility, and Corporations in Society, 1972
Recording of Spencer, Edson W.
Additional Date Information: 1/26/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1973
Item 052: 1973
Recording of Downes, Anthony
Additional Date Information: 3/30/1973
Other Information: same reel as 5/10/73 and 4/10/76
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 055: 1973
Recording of Eaton, John
Additional Date Information: 1/12/1973
Other Information: Lucas Lecture, 3 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 138 [a]: Michigan Environment, 1973
Recording of McKee, Russ
Additional Date Information: 10/24/1973
Other Information: same reel as Robert McCoy and Harvey Schwartz
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 177: The So-called Urban Crisis, 1973
Recording of Piven, Frances Fox
Additional Date Information: 11/7/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 203: Dilemmas of Colleges and Careers, 1973
Recording of Riesman, David
Additional Date Information: 10/4/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 208: The Black Religious Experience in America, 1973
Recording of Rooks, C. Shelby
Additional Date Information: 1/21/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 244: Sexism and Racism, 1973View associated digital content.
Recording of Steinem, Gloria; and Margaret Sloan; also Harriet Sheridan
Additional Date Information: 3/5/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 009: Pathology of Depression, 1974
Recording of Kennedy, Florence
Additional Date Information: 3/7/1974
Other Information: on Bacon tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 035: City as a Creative Center, 1974
Recording of Bacon, Edmond
Additional Date Information: 10/31/1974
Other Information: same reel as 3/7
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 122: McGovern, George S. convocation recording, 1974View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 3/10/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 139 [b]: What Did Dr. Johnson Do?, 1974
Recording of Wain, John
Additional Date Information: 4/8/1974
Other Information: Lucas Lecture, on Meadows tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1975
Item 054: Trend is not Destiny, 1975
Recording of Dubos, Rene
Additional Date Information: 10/23/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 062: Whatever Became of the Work Ethic?, 1975
Recording of Faunce, Prof. William A.
Additional Date Information: 10/9/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 065: The Film of the Future, 1975View associated digital content.
Recording of Bailey, Vern; Daniel, Frank; Pollack, S. and Gottschalk, Robert
Additional Date Information: 5/16/1975
Other Information: Lucas Lecture Panel Discussion
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 072: International Conference on Women, 1975
Recording of Fraser, Ervonne
Additional Date Information: 9/2/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 091 [a]: Recording of Hall, Nor (Eleanor), 1975View associated digital content.
Distinguished Women Visitors Committee event.  Public lecture and discussion "The Moon and the Virgin."
Additional Date Information: 4/14/1975
Other Information: Same reel as tape 91 with Vernon Jordan 02/08/1976 and Robert Schaetzel 9/26/75.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 091 [c]: Lecture by Robert Schaetzel, 1975View associated digital content.
Representative of the U.S.A. to the European Union, with the rank and status of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
Additional date information: 9/26/75
Originals or Copies Note: Same reel as tape 91 with Nor (Eleanor) Hall 4/14/1975 and Vernon Jordan 02/08/1976.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 251: Speaking on his Recent Trip to the People's Republic of China, 1975View associated digital content.
Recording of Swearer, Howard R.
Additional Date Information: 1/5/1975
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 291: The Legacy of the American Revolution, 1975
Recording of Clark, Clifford;  and Robert Bonner
Additional Date Information: 01/01/1975
Other Information: 2001-08-09
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1976
Item 021: "Operas" / Sara Caldwell, 1976View associated digital content.
Sara Caldwell, Lucas Lecturer and professor of Music at Boston University, speaks about the need for government support and funding in the performing arts.  Lucas Lecturer on Opera.  Subjects include: Harriet Sheridan; arts; academic environment; singing; opera; National Endowment of the Arts; funding; subsidy.
Additional Date Information: 9/22/1976
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 058: 1976
Recording of Elledge, Scott
Additional Date Information: 5/20/1976
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 091 [b]: Vernon Jordan with the National Urban League, 1976View associated digital content.
Recording of Jordan, Vernon
Additional date information: 1976-02-08
Originals or Copies Note: Same tape as tape 91 with Nor (Eleanor) Hall and Robert Schaetzel
Other Information: on tape with Hall
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 099: Recovery, Inflation and Politics, 1976
Recording of Heller, Walter
Additional Date Information: 4/13/1976
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 144: Recording of Morris, Robert, 1976
Additional Date Information: 4/29/1976
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 148: Urban Problems- Government Can Help, 1976
Recording of Naftalin, Arthur E.
Additional Date Information: 1/29/1976
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 256: Freud, Culture and Literature, 1976
Recording of Vasiolek, Edward
Additional Date Information: 4/14/1976
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1977
Item 096: Women in Film, 1977View associated digital content.
Recording of Haskell, Molly
Additional Date Information: 4/21/1977
Other Information: on same reel as 4/30, 5/2, 5/13 and 9/8/77
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 172: On Learning, 1977
Recording of Perry, William
Additional Date Information: 2/2/1977
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 178: 1977
Recording of Piven, Frances Fox
Additional Date Information: 5/2/1977
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1978
Item 135: American Architectue and Society, 1978
Recording of McDaniel, George
Additional Date Information: 3/4/1978
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 395: "Opening" Convocation / Ada Mae Harrison, 1978
Convocation by Carleton Professor of Economics Ada Mae Harrison.
Additional Date Information: 1978-10-13
Sub-Series 1979
Item 103: Cedarhurst, 1979
Recording of Jarchow, Merrill E.
Additional Date Information: 6/6/1979
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1980
Item 097: 1980
Recording of Hazelcorn, Dr. Robert
Additional Date Information: 5/2/1980
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 113: The Media - We Are Big Brother, 1980
Recording of Lavine, John
Additional Date Information: 9/26/1980
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 259 [a]: What Has Justice to do With You?, 1980
Recording of Wahl, Rosalie
Additional Date Information: 11/14/1980
Other Information: same reel as 2/27/81
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 351: Pat Schroeder convocation, 1980
Additional Date Information: 1980-01-03
Sub-Series 1981
Item 039: 1981
Recording of Cleveland, H.
Additional Date Information: 10/9/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 100: Logic of Chemistry, 1981
Recording of Hoffman, Roald
Additional Date Information: 4/17/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 169: 1981
Recording of Ophuls, Marcel
Additional Date Information: 5/1/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 187 [a]: China's Development Strategy, 1981View associated digital content.
Recording of Pu Shan
Additional Date Information: 4/28/1981
Other Information: same reel as 5/5/81
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 187 [b]: The Chinese Revolution and the Role of Mao, 1981View associated digital content.
Recording of Pu Shan
Additional Date Information: 4/21/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 188: China's Political System and Current Problems, 1981View associated digital content.
Recording of Pu Shan
Additional Date Information: 5/5/1981
Other Information: same reel as 4/28/81
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 189: Foreign Policy: How China Sees the World, 1981View associated digital content.
Recording of Pu Shan
Additional Date Information: 5/12/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 190: The United States and China, 1981View associated digital content.
Recording of Pu Shan
Additional Date Information: 5/19/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 191: China Faces the Future, 1981View associated digital content.
Recording of Pu Shan
Additional Date Information: 5/26/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 237 [a]: From a Black Perspective, 1981
Recording of Smith, Charles
Additional Date Information: 2/6/1981
Other Information: same reel as 2/13/81
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 237 [b]: History 01, 1981
Recording of Selby, Don
Additional Date Information: 2/13/1981
Other Information: same reel as 2/6/81
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 259 [b]: Changing Women and Changing Families, 1981
Recording of Degler, Carl
Additional Date Information: 2/27/1981
Other Information: same reel as 11/14/80
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 263 [a]: The Art of Literary Biography, 1981
Recording of Mellow, James
Additional Date Information: 3/6/1981
Other Information: On Washbourn tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 263 [b]: The Art of Wondering, 1981
Recording of Washbourn, Penelope
Additional Date Information: 1/23/1981
Other Information: same reel as 3/6/81
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1982
Item 017: 1982
Recording of Bonner, Robert
Additional Date Information: 11/5/1982
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 031: Sitar concert and Lecture, 1982
Recording of Chandavarkas, Bhaskar
Additional Date Information: 5/21/1982
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 170 [a]: 1982
Recording of Mebane, Mary
Additional Date Information: 1/15/1982
Other Information: on Paas tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 170 [b]: "Fear of Flying," / Martha Paas, 1982View associated digital content.
Martha Paas speaks about demographic changes and their effects on the economy and risk-taking behavior. Convocation.  Subjects include: Nuremburg, Germany; Reagonomics; tax cuts; economics.
Additional Date Information: 1/8/1982
Other Information: same reel as 1/15/82
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 257 [a]: 1982
Recording of Fredrickson, George
Additional Date Information: 2/12/1982
Other Information: on Veninga tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 257 [b]: 1982
Recording of Veninga, Robert
Additional Date Information: 2/5/1982
Other Information: same reel as 2/12/82
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 260 [a]: 1982
Recording of Jameson, Frederic
Additional Date Information: 10/8/1982
Other Information: on Walker tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 260 [b]: 1982
Recording of Walker, Barbara
Additional Date Information: 10/1/1982
Other Information: same reel as 10/8/82
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1983
Item 042: Dance Talk, 1983
Recording of Copland, Roger
Additional Date Information: 3/30/1983
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 269 [a]: Luther Lecture, 1983
Recording of Crouter, Richard
Additional Date Information: 1/27/1983
Other Information: same reel as Carl Weiner Luther lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 269 [b]: On Martin Luther, 1983
Recording of Weiner, Carl
Additional Date Information: 1/20/1983
Other Information: same reel as Richard Crouter
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 298: 1983
Recording of Lentricchia, Frank
Additional Date Information: 5/12/1983
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1986
Item 133: Lecture/Demonstration on Bach, 1986
Recording of Marshall, Robert L.
Additional Date Information: 4/22/1986
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 195: Islam as a Way of Life, and Misconceptions in Islam, 1986
Recording of Radyan, Matem
Additional Date Information: 1/24/1986
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1991
Item 369: Stardust Memories, the music of Hoagy Carmichael, 1991
John Hasse, class of 1971 and Ann Fennessy
Additional Date Information: 1991-11-08
Physical Description: Reel to Reel; original 7 1/2 ips 1/2 track stereo
Item 379: "The Growing Importance of the United Nations in a Changing World Order" / Harold E. Stassen, 1991
Convocation by Governor Harold E. Stassen. Stassen gives the inaugural speech to establish the Governor Harold E. Stassen United Nations Lecture Series.
Additional Date Information: 1991-10-28
Sub-Series 1992
Item 364: Sex, Lies and Audiotapes: An NPR Correspondent's Reflections on Gender, Journalism, and Life. Recording of Adler, Margot, 1992
Additional Date Information: 1992-01-10
Sub-Series 1994
Item 371: Gender and power in the Nicaraguan feminist movement, 1994
Convocation recording of Magda Enriquez, representative of the Sandinista National Liberation Front.
Additional Date Information: 1994-05-20
Item 374: "Issues of Homelessness in America" / Carol Fennelly, 1994
Carol Fennelly, manager/head of Housing America project at Gifts in Kind America. In this convocation, she speaks from personal experience and as an advocate for the homeless.
Additional Date Information: 1994-04-22
Item 376: "The Art and Scholarship of Everett H. Hokes" / Beauvais Lyons, 1994View associated digital content.
Convocation by Professor Beauvais Lyons from University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Lecture was funded by the Class of 1957 Revolving Lectureship.
Additional Date Information: 1994-04-01
Item 378: "Breaking the Slience: America's Military and Civilian Woman at War" / Diane Carlson Evans, 1994
Convocation by Diane Evans, Northfield Founder of the Vietnam Women's Memorial Project. Funded by the Irene Whitney Distinguished Visitor Lectureship.
Additional Date Information: 1994-04-08
Item 382: "Black Elk Speaks" / Wallace Black Elk, 1994
Convocation by Wallace Black Elk, a Lakota elder and medicine man, descendent of Nicholas Black Elk. The lecture speaks on what it means to be a Lakota in today's world. Sponsored by Carleton's American Native Peoples Organization.
Additional Date Information: 1994-04-15
Sub-Series 1996
Item 350: Davis Arnold "The Benefits of Life Income Giving", 1996
Davis Arnold (class of 1944) at special convocation
Additional Date Information: 1996-05
Sub-Series Undated
Item 006: "The Civil War - a Marxist Interpretation and Civil Liberties" / Herbert Aptheker, 1962View associated digital content.
Subjects include: Negro Awareness Week; centennial of Civil War; Emancipation Proclamation; secessionist movement; Confederacy; development of industrial capitalism; abolitionist movement; class conflict; slaveholders; slaveholding class; slave South; mass unrest; Marxism; slave unrest.
Additional Date Information: 02/13/1962
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 011
Recording of Barnet, Richard
Other Information: 10/16
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 016 [b]: Howard Nemerov reading his poetryView associated digital content.
Subjects include: English; "Santa Claus"; "A Primer for the Daily Round"; "Moment"; "Life Cycle on Common Man"; "Storm Windows"; "The Statues in the Public Gardens"; "To Cleo, Muse of History on Learning that the Statue in the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a Forgery."; A Day on the Big Branch"; "Brainstorm"; "De Anima."
Other Information: on Blanshard tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 020 [a]: A Map of the Fronts
Recording of Platt, John
Other Information: Technology and Man's Future, on same reel as Harvey Brooks
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 020 [b]: Technology Assessment Reconsidered
Recording of Brooks, Harvey
Other Information: Technology and Man's Future, on same reel as John Platt, 2 copies
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 034: Chronicles of Hell
Other Information: same reel as Infernal Machine
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 037: Crisis of Sex and Identity
Recording of Clapp, Donald
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 051: Introduction of Doshisha University English Speaking Society
Other Information: 3 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 056: Contraceptive Methods
Recording of Eichenlaub, John
Other Information: Sex Education Series
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 057: Sexual Satisfaction in Marriage
Recording of Eichenlaub, John
Other Information: Sex Education Series
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 086: The Meaning of the Resurgence of Conservatism in American Life
Recording of Greenagel, John and David McReynolds
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 094: Human Sexuality Program
Recording of Hartig, Marjorie
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 098 [b]: The Civil Rights Struggle
Recording of Breeden, James
Other Information: on Heckscher tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 104: "In Defense of the Student" / Owen Jenkins, 1963View associated digital content.
Owen Jenkins, Carleton English professor, outlines his speech into four parts as an appropriate exercise in rhetoric. Includes John W. Nason.  Taking on the rhetoric techniques of Socrates, Jenkins performs a humorous dialogue with Geo and ‘Faculty Member’ to define what a Carleton education is.  Subjects include: Carleton education; liberal arts education.
Other Information: on tape with Nason
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 115: Major Problems in Soviet Foreign Policy
Recording of Leuchenko, Nikifor
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 125: Voter Registration in MississippiView associated digital content.
Recording of Lowenstein, Al
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 126
Recording of Lydon, Pat
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 132: The Anatomy of Sex (with illustrations)
Recording of Mandel, Nathan
Other Information: pre-1964
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 138 [b]: Abortion Counseling
Recording of McCoy, Robert
Other Information: same reel as Russ McKee and Harvey Schwartz
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 138 [c]: Corporations
Recording of Schwartz, Harvey
Other Information: same reel as Russ McKee and Robert McCoy
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 142
Recording of Morantz, Regina
Other Information: 1/29
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 162: Art History(?)
Recording of Nelson, William
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 171: Fight for Civil Liberties
Recording of Pemberton, John
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 175 [a]: Student convo - how to end the cold war
Recording of Panel: Danny Rubin, Bob Brown, Pete Valdez, John McAuliffe
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 175 [b]: The Cuban Crisis in the Context of Global Conflict
Recording of Pirincin, Joseph
Other Information: same reel as Cold War Challenge Convocation
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 198: Sexual Standards in America
Recording of Reiss, Ira
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 201: Japanese Sounds
Recording of Richel, Perry-o
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 212 [a]: Can the Common Market Survive Without Britain and Vice Versa?
Recording of Roll, Eric
Other Information: Economic Minister, British Embassy - fair, same reel as S.K. Roy
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 212 [b]: India: Problems and Prospects
Recording of Roy, S. K.
Other Information: Consul-General of India - good, esp. Q & A period, same reel as Eric Roll
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 215: The Communist Threat to our International Society
Recording of Rusher, William A.
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 221 [b]: The Energy Crisis
Recording of Piel, G.
Other Information: on Schullman tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 226 [b]: Another Look at Liberty
Recording of Sockman, Ralph
Other Information: intro notes by Nason concerning suspended students, and Rockefeller Foundation gift
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 233: Disarmament and the Role of the Student
Recording of Sibley, Mulford
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 243: Radiation and its Implication
Recording of Steigman, Joseph
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 246: Black Nationalism - Old StyleView associated digital content.
Recording of Storing, Herbert
Other Information: 2 reels, 11/20
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 261 [a]: Decaying Liberalism and Foreign Policy
Recording of Kirk, Russell
Other Information: on Wallis tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 261 [b]: Economic Growth: When, How, Why?
Recording of Wallis, W. Allen
Other Information: same reel as Russell Kirk
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 264 [a]: An Anthropologist Looks at Race
Recording of Washburn, Sherwood
Other Information: same reel as Everett Helen
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 264 [b]: Is Music an International Language?
Recording of Helen, Everett
Other Information: on Washburn tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 286 [b]: Infernal Machine
Other Information: same reel as Chronicle of Hell
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 287: Skin of Our Teeth
Other Information: Act I and Act II
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 297
Recording of Lasansky, Mauricio
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 306
Recording of Ward, J. W.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Box/Drawer 238
Item 1: Cuban Series, Part 1
Recording of Smith, Robert W.
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 2: Cuban Series: Discussion
Other Information: Challenge
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1988
Item 394: "Secret Warriors: The Press and National Security" / Steven Emerson, 1988
Convocation by Steven Emerson, Senior editor of U. S. News & World Report, and author of The American House of Sand
Additional Date Information: 1988-09-30
Series 5: Convocation, Honors
Sub-Series 1963
Item 059: A Great Irish Mathematician, 1963
Recording of May, Ken
Additional Date Information: 05/05/1963
Other Information: 5/63, same reel as Nuri Eren
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1964
Item 015: The Two Blessings of Joseph, 1964
Recording of Bixler, Julius
Additional Date Information: 5/26/1964
Other Information: same reel as 6/2/64
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1965
Item 295: Honors Convocation, 1965
Recording of Bayne, Edward A.
Additional Date Information: 5/18/1965
Other Information: on Erwin Kelly tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1967
Item 222: Scientific Understanding, 1967
Recording of Scriven, Michael
Additional Date Information: 5/19/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 012: Honors Convocation: "Continuity and Change" / E.A. Bayne, 1968View associated digital content.
Speech to mark the end of a partnership between Carleton and American Universities Field Staff (AUFS). E.A. Bayne speaks about "Continuity and Change" relecting upon his field work in the Middle East and putting it in the context of the recent history of the world.  Subjects include: Dean Bardwell Smith; American Universities Field Staff (AUFS); Middle East; isolation; nationalism; U.S. Persian Gulf problem; Great Britain; oil; Somalia; AUFS; international relations.
Additional Date Information: 5/15/1968
Other Information: AUFS Speaker
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1981
Item 273: Honors Convocation, 1981
Recording of Wiebe, Robert
Additional Date Information: 5/29/1981
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 6: Convocation, Opening
Sub-Series 1966
Sub-Series 1975
Item 292: Opening Convocation, 1975
Recording of Daniel, Frantisek
Additional Date Information: 9/12/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 080: Opening Convocation, 1968
Recording of Galusha, Hugh D.
Additional Date Information: 9/22/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1977
Item 096: Opening Convocation / Robert Edwards, 1977View associated digital content.
President Robert Edwards speaks about how Carleton will have to change its educational approach and focus in response to growing changes in the world.  Subjects include: Dean Harriet Sheridan; minority comunities; Third World; critical thinking; senior comps; education; leadership; culture.
Additional Date Information: 9/8/1977
Other Information: on Haskell tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 7: Convocation, Senior
Sub-Series 1964
Item 015: Senior Convocation / Wayne Carver, 1964View associated digital content.
Wayne Carver addresses at Senior Convocation.  Subjects include: James "Jim" Brownson; Owen Jenkin; pranks.
Additional Date Information: 6/2/1964
Other Information: same reel as 5/26/64
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1970
Item 192: Senior Convocation / Carleton Qualey, 1970View associated digital content.
Carleton Qualey, a graduate of St. Olaf College and a retiring American History Professor, gives an overview of the nation's history and speaks on the role of intellectuals in shaping the U.S. He wants to inspire Carleton seniors to recognize their intellectuals' role. Continuing with the chronological themes thoughout U.S. political history, Qualey lists the events in a senior’s journey through their Carleton College career. He discourages the campus’ movement towards the far left, the far right is not an educated choice, either, since it is a "cult of traditionalism". Professor Qualey also warns against being part of pressure organizations, as in unions or specific lobbying groups.  Subjects include: Intellectuals; New Deal; Vietnam; activism; intellectualism; John Nason; Black Power Movement; “cult of traditionalism.”
Other Information: 6/70, same reel as Nason alumni address
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1971
Item 140: Bigger and Better Things, 1971
Recording of Mohrig, Jerry
Other Information: 6/71
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 184: "Out of the Cave" / David Porter, 1972View associated digital content.
David Porter, Professor of Classics and Music at Carleton, address at Senior Convocation.  Subjects include: Classics; Music; Education; hero’s quest.
Additional Date Information: 6/8/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 280: Senior Convocation, 1974View associated digital content.
Recording of Woehrlin, William (5:20-16:30); also speaking:  Bruce Morgan, Robert E. Will (16:45-36:15), Lauren Soth (36:30-40:25), William H. Muir (40:40-51:53), Wayne Carver (52:10-1:00:30) and Eleanor Zelliott (1:00:40-1:04:30)
Additional Date Information: 6/7/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1976
Item 225: Academic White Elephants, 1976
Additional Date Information: 6/10/1976
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 8: Dedication
Sub-Series 1953
Item 277: Willis Memorial Union Dedication, 1953View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 10/17/1953
Other Information: original and two copies
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 9: Event
Sub-Series 1956
Item 301: Library Dedication, 1956View associated digital content.
Recording of MacLeish, Archibald
Additional Date Information: 9/22/1956
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1970
Item 070: The Cambodia Strike at Carleton College / Susan Fraker, 1970View associated digital content.

Subjects include: Cambodian War; Robert "Rob" Weaver; “silent majority”; Northfield High School students; Cambodia; Indochina; Minneapolis Peace March; Emily Begle; Rickard "Rick" Shumacher; Jillian Mick; Norm Brick; William McIntyre.

Radio news broadcast about activities going on as part of the Strike at Carleton that occurred in Spring 1970 to protest the United States’ involvement in the Cambodian War. Days before the broadcast, 1000 students and faculty had voted to strike for four days. During that time, students were free from academic duties to give them time to attend meetings, talk to residents of Northfield and learn about the war. The main purpose of the strike was to educate students and townspeople about the war and to facilitate discussion about the implications of the United States’ activities in Cambodia.

As part of the strike, student Rob Weaver led a group of students to canvas in Northfield to talk to townspeople about the war and about the strike at Carleton. Rob Weaver talks about the goals and implications of the canvas, which was started to circulate petitions in an effort to mobilize the “silent majority” of people that oppose the war. Jan Loveston and John Kennedy, two students who participated in the canvas, talk about their experiences trying to reach out to Northfield residents, and describe the various reactions of people they talked to. The broadcast quickly covers several events that occurred during the protest, such as the arrival of Northfield High School students at Carleton to learn about Cambodia and Indochina and the Minneapolis Peace March that occurred in the cities. Emily Beagle talks about the daycare set up and run by students so that adults with children could attend the Peace March. Although support for the strike was overwhelming at Carleton, it was far from unanimous. Several students speak briefly about their thoughts about the protest. Rick Shumacher talks about how he voted against it, but after having experienced the strike, is now in support of it. Jillian Mick, a girl from a conservative rural area, talks about her reasons for supporting the strike. Norm Brick, by contrast, gives reasons for his opposition to the campus strike, such as his view that "[it is] a bad sign when closing a college is used as a tactic," saying that the classroom is the best place for the promotion of dissent. William McIntyre, a faculty member at Carleton, gives his opinions on the strike and praises the strike for its consideration of the minority group that opposed it and the many opportunities for political participation at all levels of the community it gives to students who wish to engage in active dissent of the war.

Other Information: Spring, 1970; 2 tapes
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1976
Item 004: American Revolution Mini-Symposium, 1976View associated digital content.
Recording of Howe, John R., Elixabeth Einstein, Cyril Black and Clifford Clark.  A lecture and panel discussion concerning the American Revolution in a comparative perspective for its 200th anniversary.  Subjects include: Clifford Clark; Thomas Jefferson; Cyril Black; industrial revolution; technological revolution; individualism; Macedonian syndrome; Japan, Russia;  racism, violence, economic inequality; Consitutional Convention; Constitution, France; Eastern Europe; Soviet Union; popular sovereignty; Pragmatism; urban growth; Vietnam War; Manifest Destiny; John Howe; University of Minnesota; Elizabeth Eisenstein; University of Michigan; Princeton; Founding Fathers; John Adams; enlightenment; universal laws; French Revolution; colonies; Latin American Revolutions; Indonesian Revolution; England; George Washington.
Additional Date Information: 1/15/1976; 1/16/1976
Other Information: 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1977
Item 096: Parents Weekend, 1977View associated digital content.
Recording of Sheridan, Harriet
Additional Date Information: 4/30/1977
Other Information: on Haskell tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1982
Item 005: Apache Corp. Dinner, 1982
Additional Date Information: 6/4/1982
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1992
Item 341: Convocation Lecture and Concert, 1992
Charlie Byrd and Tony Hauser convocation lecture and concert
Additional Date Information: 1992-02-07
Originals or Copies Note: 2 Copies
Item 342: Peter Basquin Convocation, Lecture and Performance, 1992
Pianist Peter Basquin (class of 1964) lecture and performance
Additional Date Information: 1992-09-25
Sub-Series Undated
Item 085: Twin Cities Banquet Honoring Larry GouldView associated digital content.
Recording of Musser, John and Cowling, Donald
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 10: General Lecture
Sub-Series 1966
Item 040: Business in Veblen's America, 1966View associated digital content.
Recording of Cochran, Thomas C.
Additional Date Information: 11/8/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 069: The Emerging Authorities, 1968
Recording of Fox, Byron
Additional Date Information: 2/25/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 117: Poetry, 1968
Recording of Lieberman, Laurence
Additional Date Information: 4/22/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1970
Item 307: Down witih Social Scientists, 1970View associated digital content.
Recording of Whittemore, E. Reed
Additional Date Information: 1/25/1970
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 060: ESP Lecture, 1972
Additional Date Information: 2/24/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 317: American Reality and the Struggle for Black History, 1974
Recording of Wright, John
Additional Date Information: 2/12/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1975
Item 181: The Role of the Director, 1975View associated digital content.
Recording of Pollack, Sidney
Additional Date Information: 5/13/1975
Other Information: Lucas Lecture, 3 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 182: They Shoot Horses, Don't They: The Makings of a Movie, 1975View associated digital content.
Recording of Pollock, Sydney
Additional Date Information: 5/15/1975
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 183: The Film of the Future, 1975View associated digital content.
Recording of Pollock, Sydney
Additional Date Information: 5/16/1975
Other Information: Lucas Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1977
Item 096 [a]: Parent's Weekend, part 2, 1977View associated digital content.
Recording of Hedemann, Knut
Additional Date Information: 4/30/1977
Other Information: on Haskell tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 096 [b]: "Poverty, Race, and the Urban Crisis" by Frances Fox Piven., 1977View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 5/2/1977
Other Information: on Haskell tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 310: New Interpretations of African Resistance, 1977
Recording of Ranger, T. O.
Additional Date Information: 4/20/1977
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1988
Item 345: Michael Harrington "The Broadcasting Media and Political Power", 1988
Additional Date Information: 1988-09-22
Sub-Series 1995
Item 380: "Leadership and Succession in Hasidism: Then and Now" / Dr. Rachel Elior, 1995
Lecture given by Dr. Rachel Elior. Funded by the Forkosh Family Lectureship.
Additional Date Information: 1995-02-12
Item 385: "Through the Looking Glass: Women in the Exodus Narrative" / Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg, 1995
Forkosh Family Lecture by Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg, a Torah scholar, author, and speaker.
Additional Date Information: 1995-11-02
Sub-Series 1992
Item 402: "The Global Forum: Perspectives from Non-Governmental Officials Represented at the Rio Conferences" - Post Convocation Panel, 1992
Part of the Harold K. Stassen United Nations Lecture Series; Panel discussion with Gary Wynia, Virginia Saurwein '52, Kristin Dawkins, Terry Gips, and Ian Barbour
Additional Date Information: 1992-11-06
Sub-Series 1996
Item 403: Frank Wright Life Income Giving, 1996
Frank Wright talks on the subject of planned giving / life income giving
Arrangement: Box 35
Series 11: Inauguration
Sub-Series 1962
Item 149: Inauguration of John D. Nason, 1962View associated digital content.
Additional Date Information: 10/13/1962
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1971
Item 248: Inauguration of Howard Swearer, 1971View associated digital content.
Subjects include: Hugh Galusha, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; Dr. Malcolm Moose, President of the University of Minnesota; Carleton-St. Olaf baseball game; Sydney Rand, President of St. Olaf College; liberal arts education; liberal education; Dr. Champ Ward; Music and Drama Center.
Additional Date Information: 2/2/1971
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 12: Misc.
Sub-Series 1955
Item 296: Address to Twin Cities Alumni Club, 1955View associated digital content.
Recording of Gould, Laurence M.
Additional Date Information: 10/21/1955
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1960
Item 141: KARL Interview, 1960View associated digital content.
Recording of Moley, Raymond
Additional Date Information: 12/9/1960
Other Information: Interview
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1966
Item 300: Recollections of Veblen, 1966
Recording of Lubin, Isador
Additional Date Information: 11/17/1966
Other Information: Carleton College Veblen Seminar
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1967
Item 025: Soundtrack for Carleton Today (1967), 1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 106: Carleton Jewish Service - Music, 1968
Additional Date Information: 1/17/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 312: Carleton Jewish Service: Sermon, 1968
Additional Date Information: 11/17/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1969
Item 027: Carnival! (April 1969), 1969View associated digital content.
Act I and Act II
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 146: Armajoni Panel, 1969
Recording of Schuller, Morton
Other Information: 2/1969; on Morton tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1970
Item 207: Report from Carleton / Cambodia-Strike tape / The Relationship Between the  [...], 1970View associated digital content.
Report from Carleton / Cambodia-Strike tape / The Relationship Between the Peasant and his Government in India and South Vietnam. Recording of Rosin, Robert Thomas (and maybe Randolph Nesse?)
Other Information: Spring 1970.  Needs listening to - what's on this?
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1975
Item 002: Alumni Admissions Representatives Training Session, 1975View associated digital content.
Alumni are trained at Carleton during a weekend-long convention to be admissions reps and interviewers in their communities.  Recording of Swearer, Howard; and Paul Garman.  Subjects include: Paul Garman; Time Magazine; English; Hill Foundation; Howard Swearer; alumni; alumni admissions interviews; increasing application pool; Bruce Morgan; freshmen; liberal arts education; alumni board; John Schwartz; Dave Kelly; Katherine Youngblood; John Nicholson; history of enrollment; financial aid; SAT scores; class rank; National Merit scholars; Carleton cost; tuition and fees; student housing; residential life; co-ed housing; interest housing; RAs (Residential Assistants); dining; paternalism; diversity; racial tensions; Northfield; liberal political views; student applications; college applications; campus jobs; St. Olaf; University of Minnesota; student loans; intermurals; athletic recruiting; gym credit (PE credit; physical education credit); sudent athletes; women; athletics; athletic facilities; Environmental Studies; Geology; varsity sports; track and field; theater program; Arena Theater; dramatic literature major; Drama; pre-law advising; premed students; admissions process; alumni representatives program; Ken Fletcher; high school; Mary Herndon; off-campus studies; special majors.
Other Information: 1975, 2 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 194: KRLX interview with Albert Quie., 1975View associated digital content.
Part of News Makers series.  Conducted by Steven Stevens (class of 1978), Scott Dean (class of 1977) and Michael Oliver (class of 1976).  Topics included inflation, next year's federal budget, President Ford.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 311: Shri Rag, 1975
Recording of Ustad Hafeez Ahmed Kha Khuyal
Additional Date Information: 5/5/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 335: KRLX. First FM broadcast, 1975
First 3.5 hours of program.
Additional Date Information: 1975-01-25
Sub-Series 1977
Item 096: First Address to Faculty, 1977View associated digital content.
Recording of Edwards, Robert H.
Additional Date Information: 5/13/1977
Other Information: on Haskell tape
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 338: KRLX show, 'Total Eclipse' hosted by Steve Strong, Circa 1977-1978View associated digital content.
Jazz, soul and funk music
Sub-Series 1980
Item 355: Peter Stanley, Dean of the College 1979-1984; Liz Meyers, circa 1980
Sub-Series 1981
Item 357: Paul Vaaler, class of 1983, 1981 +/- 2 years
Item 359: Michael Kelly, class of 1983, 1981 +/- 2 years
Item 360: Martha Easton, class of 1983, 1981 +/- 2 years
Item 362: Don Frost, Jr., class of 1983, trustee 2008-, 1981 +/- 2 years
Item 370: Sara Watson, class of 1983, interview, 1981 +/- 2 years
Sara Watson talking about why she chose Carleton and her perspective on what things Carleton has to offer.  Topics include the admissions process, her impressions of Carleton, the Co-op, social activities.
Sub-Series 1982
Item 354: Carl Weissman, class of 1985; Peter Gruman, class of 1983, 1982 +/- 1 year
Item 356: Peter Hansen, class of 1984, 1982 +/- 2 years
Item 358: Grace Fan, class of 1984, 1982 +/- 2 years
Item 361: Jon Thomas, class of 1984, 1982 +/- 2 years
Sub-Series 1983
Item 185: Radio Broadcast, 1983View associated digital content.
Recording of Porter Family
Additional Date Information: 1/6/1983
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1994
Item 336: News recordings about sustainable renewable energy, 1994View associated digital content.

Topics include Jim Alders and George Crocker debate about sustainable energy in Minnesota titled "Minnesota's Electric Energy Future" Alders works for the Northern States Power Company, and Crocker is a member of the Prairie Island Coalition Against Nuclear Storage.

Also includes talk by Minnesota State Senator Ellen Anderson on sustainable energy production, nuclear energy, coal fired power plants.

Produced at least in part by the Carleton College News Bureau but also possibly KRLX.

Item 337: Interview with Ann Wynia, candidate for Minnesota State Senate, 1994View associated digital content.

Topics include health care reform, single payer approaches, state experimentation, insurance, agriculture, filibuster rules.

Produced at least in part by the Carleton College News Bureau but also possibly KRLX.

Item 384: KDHL Radio "AM Minnesota" with Kathy Galotti, 1994
Additional Date Information: 1994-03-29
Use Restrictions: Copyright not owned by Carleton College
Sub-Series Undated
Item 026: Soundtrack for 'Dial 'C' for Chaos
Recording of Class of 1956
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 218: Schier and Edwards Interviews
Recording of Schier, Edwards
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 242: Carleton-in-Japan: Summer Vacation and Life at Carleton HouseView associated digital content.
Recording of Staab, Nancy; and Carleton House Girls
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 250: Recording of Wilkens, Roger; and Don Frazer
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 254: promos / kennedy assasination coverage / Grease dance promoView associated digital content.
Recording of Utley, Garrick
Other Information: Needs to be listened to - what's actually on here?
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 316: Talk to the Northfield Lions ClubView associated digital content.
Recording of Gould, Laurence M.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 329: Interview of D. Blake Stewart by KTCA TV preliminary to TV special
Topics include campus development, construction of new buildings, dormitories, property acquisitions, how Stewart came to work at Carleton, Stewart's work experience before Carleton, education, discipline, President Donald J. Cowling, working for room and board but no pay, landscaping on campus, flora.
Other Information: six tapes
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Use Restrictions: Copyright not owned by Carleton College
Item 339: Music performance, unidentifiedView associated digital content.
Flutes or recorders, Kalimba or mbira.
Item 353: "Sinncaur Working Tape"
Item 366: Chuck Carlin and John Dyer-Bennett

Charles "Chuck" Carlin, Professor of Chemistry.

John Dyer-Bennett, Professor of Mathematics.

Item 372: Malcom Boyd Interview
Discussing his plays, "Boy" (side A) and "Study in Color" (side B) as well as presents performances in which he acted alongside Woodie King.
Series 13: Music
Sub-Series 1956
Item 313: Music / Folk music and ballands - Choral, 1956View associated digital content.
Recording of Carletunes
Other Information: 1956
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 319: Music, 1956View associated digital content.
Recording of Carletunes
Other Information: Early 1956.  Tape donated by Dixon Bond, 10/26/1990.
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1963
Item 289: Freedom Singers, 1963View associated digital content.
Recording of Freedom Singers
Additional Date Information: 1963-05-02
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1965
Item 265: Japanese Dance Lecture Recital, 1965
Recording of Watanabe, Miyoko
Additional Date Information: 4/28/1965
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 332: Four musical sets: Terry and the Thunderbirds, 1972
Recording of student band Terry and the Thunderbirds. This band, formed in the early 1970s, was a ploy by some students to bypass room draw and live in the Arts Special Interest House. In order to live in the house the memebrs needed some form of artisitc ability, and decided to form the band "Terry and the Thunderbirds" to get in.
Additional Date Information: 5/13/1972
Other Information: two tapes
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 308: Recital: concert of Baroque music welcoming participants in the Carleton Su [...], 1974
Recital: concert of Baroque music welcoming participants in the Carleton Summer Music Festival.
Additional Date Information: 6/13/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1986
Item 352: Jerome Hill performance, 1986
Additional Date Information: 1986-06-13
Other Information: 3 tapes
Sub-Series Undated
Item 032: Chapel Music
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 061: Doc Evans Band at CarletonView associated digital content.
Other Information: 3 reels
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 299: College Songs (Ruthmary Penick)
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 363: "organ & orchestra (dub, test tape?) sips stereo"
Sub-Series 1987
Item 383: "Music for the Royal Fireworks" / Handel, 1987
Carleton Wind Ensemble playing for a gala concert; part of a festival honoring the 300th anniversaries of the births of Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel.
Additional Date Information: 1984-05-31
Sub-Series 1980
Item 386: Sitar Concert / Bhaskar Chandavarkar, 1980
Ragaas Concert by Bhaskar Chandavarkar, a noted sitar player and composer.
Additional Date Information: 1980-04-15
Series 14: Oral History
Sub-Series 1968
Item 321: Interviews by Merrill Jarchow in connection with Cowling Biography, 1968View associated digital content.
Recording of Shannon, Bishop; and Father Walter Reger
Additional Date Information: 6/17/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1971
Item 322 [a]: Interview by Merrill Jarchow, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Moses, Candace Kelly
Additional Date Information: 8/4/1971
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 322 [b]: Interview by Merrill Jarchow in connection with Cowling Biography, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Stewart, D. Blake
Additional Date Information: 7/24/1971
Other Information: two tapes
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 322 [c]: Interview by Merrill Jarchow in connection with Cowling Biography, 1972View associated digital content.
Recording of Gould, Laurence M.
Additional Date Information: 1/13/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 327 [a]: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1972
Recording of Stewart, D. Blake
Additional Date Information: 10/16/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 327 [b]: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1972
Recording of Thomas, Ruth Peterson
Other Information: Fall 1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 328: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1972
Recording of Stewart, D. Blake
Other Information: Nov. 1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1974
Item 324: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1974
Recording of Dow, Margaret
Additional Date Information: 6/12/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 325: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1974
Recording of Dow, William G.
Additional Date Information: 6/7/1974
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1975
Item 323: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1975
Recording of Donaldson, Martha Elizabeth
Additional Date Information: 10/28/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1979
Item 330: Interview by Ruthmary Penick, 1979
Recording of Glorvik, Olga Hanson
Additional Date Information: 4/2/1979
Other Information: Veblen relative
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series Undated
Item 320: Interviews by Merrill Jarchow in connection with Cowling BiographyView associated digital content.
Recording of Bean, Atherton; Dr. Diehl, Dr. Stehman, and Guices
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 326: Interview by Ruthmary Penick
Recording of Luedtke, Elizabeth Bissell
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 331: Interview by Ruthmary Penick
Recording of Sims, Ann; and Becky Veblen Meyers
Other Information: Veblen relatives
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 15: Play
Sub-Series 1965
Item 365: Play #2: "The Job" by Malcolm Boyd, 1965
Sub-Series 1971
Item 063: Dr. Faustus - sound cues and music for play, 1971View associated digital content.
Recording of Players
Other Information: 1971-2nd Season
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 290: Mighty Like a Rose - Night Must Fall, 1972
Other Information: Fall 1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1976
Item 373: Sounds and music for plays, 1976-1977
"Summer and Smoke" and "Three Sisters." Recordings of various sounds, beginning with upbeat military style music, then some gun shooting noises, bell tolls, train passing, crickets chirping, and ends with stormy wind noises
Sub-Series Undated
Item 044: Country Wife
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 16: Reading
Sub-Series 1973
Item 180: Poetry Readings, 1973
Recording of Meinke, Peter; Keith Gunderson, Jerred Metz
Additional Date Information: 10/23/1973
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1980
Item 333: Poetry Reading, 1980
Poetry reading by Michael Dennis Browne
Additional date information: 1980-04-14
Physical description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series Undated
Item 318: Poetry (Reel 2)View associated digital content.
Recording of Carver  Wayne; Keith Harrison, and Taylor
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 334: Poems - Mary Easter
Sub-Series 1996
Item 381: Poetry reading by Sharon Olds, 1996
Additional Date Information: 1996-04-10
Series 17: Religious Service
Sub-Series 1966
Item 014: "Toward a Christian Humanism" / John C. Bennett, 1966View associated digital content.
John C. Bennett gives a sermon in the chapel about the advancements of Christianity toward a more humanistic apporach over the past few decades.  Subjects include: Genesis; Gospel; Roman Catholic Church; humanity; Christianity.
Additional Date Information: 2/6/1966
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1967
Item 174: Incomprehensible Certitude, 1967
Recording of Phenix, Philip
Additional Date Information: 1/29/1967
Other Information: Gingrich Lecture
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 228: Chapel Sermon, 1967
Recording of Shaull, Richard
Additional Date Information: 4/16/1967
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1968
Item 129: Chapel Sermon, 1968
Recording of Maitland, David
Additional Date Information: 5/5/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Item 255: Chapel Sermon, 1968
Recording of Van Dusen, Henry P.
Additional Date Information: 2/4/1968
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1969
Item 130: Sermon, 1969
Recording of Maitland, David
Additional Date Information: 9/16/1969
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1972
Item 283: Chapel Service, 1972
Recording of Young, Andrew
Additional Date Information: 2/22/1972
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Series 18: Reunion
Sub-Series 1975
Item 003: Alumni Reunion - 'War Years', 1975View associated digital content.
Introduction and speeches from an alumni reunion from the classes who attended Carleton during World War II  Subjects include: Pearl Harbor; [Ginny] Geology alum who spoke that was a student during World War II (WWII) and then became a geology professor.
Additional Date Information: 6/1/1975
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1978
Item 200: Reunion 1978 - Chapel Service, 1978
Recording of Woodward, Enid; and Henry Woodward
Additional Date Information: 6/18/1978
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1997
Item 340: Class of 1947 Reunion, 1997
Item 343: "A Musical Offering", 1997
From Alumni Reunion 1997
Additional Date Information: 1997-06-21
Originals or Copies Note: 2 Copies
Item 398: "That Was Then; What is Now?" / Class of 1972 panel, 1997
Reunion panel led by Professor Bob Bonner, along with David Davis-Van Atta ( class of 1972), Bill Kuhlmann (class of 1972), and Patricia MacCorquodale (class of 1972).
Additional Date Information: 1997-06-20
Item 399: "Building Your Own Business: challenges and opportunities" / Panel, 1997
Reunion panel moderated by Katherine Youngblood (Class of 1957), along with Dan McCreary (class of 1982), Trish Preheim (class of 1972), and John Schwarz (1962).
Additional Date Information: 1997-06-21
Item 401: "Botswana: Africa's Ace of Diamonds" / President Stephen R. Lewis Jr., 1997
Reunion event - talk by President Stephen R. Lewis Jr.
Additional Date Information: 1997-06-21
Sub-Series 1996
Item 344: "A Musical Offering", 1996
From Alumni Reunion 1996
Additional Date Information: 1996-06-15
Item 375: Alumni Reunion Workshops, 1996
Workshop Dinner for the organizers of the 1996 reunion held by the Alumni Affairs and the Alumni Annual Fund.
Additional Date Information: 1996-05-03
Item 387: "Global Catastrophes and Other Adventures" / Peter Schultz, 1996
Reunion talk by geologist Peter Schultz (class of 1966).
Additional Date Information: 1996-06-15
Item 388: "Does China's Past Illuminate Its Future?" / Roy Grow and Lyman Van Slyke, 1996
Reunion talk by Professor Roy Grow and alumnus Lyman Van Slyke (Class of 1951).
Additional Date Information: 1996-06-15
Item 389: "Bulletins from Ourselves: Readings from the NNB, 1967-71" / Class of 1971 panel; Ruth Weiner; Carl Weiner; Bob Bonner, 1996
Reunion panel for class of 1971; panelists include class members and Professors Ruth Weiner, Carl Weiner, and Bob Bonner.
Additional Date Information: 1996-06-14
Item 390: "Gender and Political Correctness: Will we ever get this right?" / MacArthur Fellow; Suzanne Lebsock, 1996
Reunion talk by MacArthur Fellow and historian Suzanne Lebsock (class of 1971).
Additional Date Information: 1996-06-15
Item 391: "Act Now, Live It Up and Laugh for the Health of It" / Dale Anderson '56, 1996
Reunion talk by Dale Anderson (class of 1956).
Additional Date Information: 1996-06-15
Sub-Series 1998
Item 346: Literary Crisis in America panel, 1998
Reunion 1998 class of 1948 panel on the literary crisis in America with Ramsay, Gale, Korda
Additional Date Information: 1998-06-19
Item 347: Schiller Tradition Story, 1998
Reunion event
Additional Date Information: 1998-06-19
Item 348: "A Musical Offering", 1998
From Alumni Reunion 1998
Additional Date Information: 1998-06-19
Item 349: Kinnaird and Keiser "My Life in Politics", 1998
Reunion event
Additional Date Information: 1998-06-19
Sub-Series 1965
Sub-Series Undated
Item 192: Address to AlumniView associated digital content.
Recording of Nason, John W.
Other Information: on same reel as Carlton Qualey senior convocation
Physical Description: Reel to reel
Sub-Series 1995
Item 392: "Is There Any Hope for Health Care Reform?" / Guy Johnson; Jean Wilson Cox; Paul Simenstad; Steele Stewart, 1995
Reunion class of 1950 panel. Moderated by Guy Johnson with panelists Jean Wilson Cox, Paul Simenstad and Steele Stewart.
Additional Date Information: 1995-06-17
Sub-Series 1994
Item 397: "Dancing with Wolves: Dan Quayle and the Press" / David Beckwith, 1994
Reunion lecture given by David Beckwith (class of 1964), former press secretary to Vice-President Dan Quayle.
Additional Date Information: 1994-06-18
Item 400: "Journey through Mid-Life" / Class of 1969 panel, 1994
Reunion event - panel led by Professor David Maitland; Tom Countryman (class of 1969) and Eleta Jones (class of 1969)
Additional Date Information: 1994-06-18

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