Correspondence and copies of articles on campus unrest
Scope and Content Note
Documents, minutes, reports, newspapers, student papers on press coverage and community response to the University of Buffalo campus unrest in 1969 and 1970.
Also includes, "UB Disorders"- audio tapes, March-April 1970. Audio tape portrayal of the administrative and student unrest at the University of Buffalo (March-April 1970). Including television news broadcasts and interviews, WBFO radio reports, student interviews with administration, faculty senate meetings and strike convocation. The bulk of the taped material addresses the ROTC issue; acting president, Peter Regan; police on campus, and the Faculty 45. Professor Jackson compiled the tapes and makes brief commentaries throughout several of the live sessions.
- From the Collection: Jackson, Bruce (Person)
Terms of Access
Bruce Jackson Campus Revolt Collection 1969-1970 is open for research. The original format audiotape recordings are restricted from playback; digitized mp3 files are open to researchers. Because rights release forms nor transcripts were completed, the recordings may only be accessed onsite within Special Collections at this time.
From the Collection: 3.0 Linear Feet (5 manuscript boxes, 12 reel to reel tapes)
Language of Materials
Part of the University Archives Repository
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