This collection contains news clippings, correspondence, reports, and other material related to the "Dorm-In" protest by students in October 1969. The "Dorm-In" was to protest the current College regulations about how long women could stay in male dormitories after football games on Saturday. The students wanted to stay longer than the College regulations stated and 10 students were suspended for violating those rules. The bulk of the records come from the Ad Hoc Committee to Investigate the Dorm-In, a committee that Henry Coleman was a member of.
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AB. College of William and Mary, 1961; Instructor in Fine Arts, 1964-68; Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, 1968-72; Associate Professor of Fine Arts, 1972-89; Professor of Fine Arts, 1989-1999; Professor of Fine Arts, Emeritus, 1999.
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Acc. 2009.529 was received prior to 2007.
Accessioned and minimally processed by Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist, in November 2009.
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