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101. Clark speech draft to students re: Johnson Hall Sit-in Clark speech draft to students re: Johnson Hall Sit-in Student movements; Student protesters; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements; College students -- Political activity; Peace movements; Social history--1970-; Civil disobedience; Universities and colleges -- Administration; 2 p. A typed draft of a speech with hand-written corrections by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark. The speech addressed student protestors taking part in the Johnson Hall Sit-in of April 22-23,...

102. Clark speech re: welcoming guests to the campus for Summer Institute in the Humanities Clark speech re: welcoming guests to the campus for Summer Institute in the Humanities Humanities; Education; Advanced placement programs (Education); 3 p. A typed version with partial text of a speech given by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark welcoming John Hay Fellows and guests to the University of Oregon campus for the Summer Institute...

103. Clark speech: Commencement Address, University of Oregon, June 14, 1970 Clark speech: Commencement Address, University of Oregon, June 14, 1970 Baccalaureate addresses; Wealth; Poverty; Student movements; Students -- Political activity; Student protesters; College attendance; College presidents; College students; University towns; Universities and colleges; Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae; Demonstrations; Technology -- Societies, etc; Educational leadership; 3 p. typed speech of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark delivered at the June 1970 U. of O. commencement.

104. Clark speech: Commencement Address, University of Oregon, June 14, 1970 Clark speech: Commencement Address, University of Oregon, June 14, 1970 Baccalaureate addresses; Wealth; Poverty; Student movements; Students -- Political activity; Student protesters; College attendance; College presidents; College students; University towns; Universities and colleges; Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae; Demonstrations; Technology -- Societies, etc; Educational leadership; 3 p. typed speech of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark delivered at the June 1970 U. of O. commencement.

105. Clark speech: death of Martin Luther King Jr. (rough draft) Clark speech: death of Martin Luther King Jr. (rough draft) Assassination; Civil disobedience; Nonviolence; Passive resistance; Race relations; Racism; Race discrimination; College presidents; 3 p. typed draft of speech with handwritten corrections of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark regarding the assassination of Martin Luther King. Includes a paragraph from Carolyn M. Cross,...

106. Clark speech: death of Martin Luther King Jr. (rough draft) Clark speech: death of Martin Luther King Jr. (rough draft) Assassination; Civil disobedience; Nonviolence; Passive resistance; Race relations; Racism; Race discrimination; College presidents; 3 p. typed draft of speech with handwritten corrections of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark regarding the assassination of Martin Luther King. Includes a paragraph from Carolyn M. Cross,...

107. Clark speech: Enroute to Parnassus - prepared for and read to Chandler Beall's Journal Club (Draft with Clark speech: Enroute to Parnassus - prepared for and read to Chandler Beall's Journal Club (Draft with handwritten notes) Criticism; Rhetorical criticism; Oratory; Literature -- Philosophy; 19 p. A typed draft of a speech with handwritten corrections by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark, prepared for and read to Chandler Beall's Journal Club. The speech discusses the differences...

108. Clark speech: Enroute to Parnassus - prepared for and read to Chandler Beall's Journal Club (Draft with Clark speech: Enroute to Parnassus - prepared for and read to Chandler Beall's Journal Club (Draft with handwritten notes) Criticism; Rhetorical criticism; Oratory; Literature -- Philosophy; 19 p. A typed draft of a speech with handwritten corrections by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark, prepared for and read to Chandler Beall's Journal Club. The speech discusses the differences...

109. Clark speech: Profiles and Plastic Surgery, An Address to High School Honor Students (Draft with handwritten Clark speech: Profiles and Plastic Surgery, An Address to High School Honor Students (Draft with handwritten notes) Speeches, addresses, etc., American; College presidents; Universities and colleges -- Admission; College attendance; Education, Secondary;High school students; 8 p. type-written draft of speech with hand-written edits, to be delivered by University of Oregon Robert D. Clark to high school honors students.

110. Clark speech: Profiles and Plastic Surgery, An Address to High School Honor Students (Draft with handwritten Clark speech: Profiles and Plastic Surgery, An Address to High School Honor Students (Draft with handwritten notes) Speeches, addresses, etc., American; College presidents; Universities and colleges -- Admission; College attendance; Education, Secondary;High school students; 8 p. type-written draft of speech with hand-written edits, to be delivered by University of Oregon Robert D. Clark to high school honors students.

111. Clark speech: The Campus is Restless: Who Should Govern What? Why? Clark speech: The Campus is Restless: Who Should Govern What? Why? College administrators; College trustees; Legislative bodies; College student government; College students; College students -- Legal status, laws, etc; College students -- Political activity; College teachers; Civil disobedience; Demonstrations; College environment; College facilities; College discipline; Universities and colleges -- Administration; Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae; Universities and colleges -- Faculty; Universities and colleges -- Law and legislation; Universities and colleges -- Planning; 4 p. typed speech by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark to a conference of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education regarding who should govern the university campus.

112. Clark speech: The Campus is Restless: Who Should Govern What? Why? Clark speech: The Campus is Restless: Who Should Govern What? Why? College administrators; College trustees; Legislative bodies; College student government; College students; College students -- Legal status, laws, etc; College students -- Political activity; College teachers; Civil disobedience; Demonstrations; College environment; College facilities; College discipline; Universities and colleges -- Administration; Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae; Universities and colleges -- Faculty; Universities and colleges -- Law and legislation; Universities and colleges -- Planning; 4 p. typed speech by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark to a conference of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education regarding who should govern the university campus.

113. Clark statement at ROTC Commissioning Ceremony Clark statement at ROTC Commissioning Ceremony Military education; Freedom of speech; Assembly, Right of; Freedom of expression; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Student movements; International relations; Universities and colleges -- Administration; Universities and colleges -- Departments; Universities and colleges -- Faculty; 2 p. Typed statement of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark given at the 1971 ROTC commissioning ceremony.

114. Clark statement draft #2 re: Johnson Hall Sit-In Clark statement draft #2 re: Johnson Hall Sit-In Passive resistance; Student movements; College students -- Political activity; Universities and colleges -- Administration; 3 p. typed draft statement with hand-written corrections from University of Oregon President Rodert D. Clark to students of the university regarding a sit-in at Johnson Hall.

115. Clark statement draft #2 re: Kent State Clark statement draft #2 re: Kent State Kent State University--Riot, 1970 (May 4); College students -- Political activity; Cambodian-Vietnamese Conflict, 1977-1991; College administrators; Universities and colleges -- Administration; Universities and colleges -- Faculty; 2 p. typed draft of statement from University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark regarding events at Kent State University.

116. Clark statement draft in Johnson Hall sit-in Clark statement draft in Johnson Hall sit-in Student movements; Student protesters; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements; College students -- Political activity; Peace movements; Social history--1970-; Correspondence; 1 p. A draft of a letter from University of Oregon's President Clark to student protesters asking them to leave Johnson Hall and informing them that they were in violation of student conduct codes by remaining....

117. Clark statement draft re: Johnson Hall Sit-In Clark statement draft re: Johnson Hall Sit-In College administrators; Community and college; College buildings; University towns; College facilities; College presidents; College student government; College students -- Legal status, laws, etc; College students -- Political activity; Civil disobedience; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Student movements; School discipline; 2 p. type-written draft with handwritten editing of a statement from University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark to protesters staging a sit-in at Johnson Hall.

118. Clark statement draft re: Johnson Hall Sit-In Clark statement draft re: Johnson Hall Sit-In Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements; Demonstrations; Student protesters; College administrators; College presidents; College students -- Political activity; College buildings; 2 p. typed draft statement with handwritten corrections of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark regarding a sit-in at Johnson Hall.

119. Clark statement draft re: Kent State Clark statement draft re: Kent State Kent State University--Riot, 1970 (May 4); Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements; Demonstrations; Student protesters; College administrators; College students -- Political activity; 2 p. typed draft of a statement by University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark regarding killings at Kent State University.

120. Clark statement draft re: police harassment of black students Clark statement draft re: police harassment of black students College students; Minority college students; Police -- Complaints against; Police -- Supervision of; Police administration; Police and the press; Police chiefs; Police ethics; Police misconduct; Police supervision; Police-community relations; Racial profiling in law enforcement; University towns; 2 p. typed draft statement of University of Oregon President Robert D. Clark regarding police harassment of African-American students.
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