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This collection contains the files of Frank Klink and Arlene Lawson of the the K.S.U. Department of Political Science. The records were donated to the Department of Special Collections and Archives in June, 1996. The records retain their original alphabetical grouping by the last name of the faculty or staff member. Materials are kept in three boxes, the second of which is restricted.
Box 1 contains records which reflect professors' research, involvement with international programs, and their courses and lectures. These records contain syllabi, correspondence, ephemera, and article drafts. The contents in clude personal and departmental correspondence; article drafts; syllabi; ephemera and reprints.
Box 2 contains records which discuss salaries, tenure, promotions, hiring and resignations. This box contains correspondence, resumes (including data forms, resumes, and vitae); and evaluation forms. Access to Box 2 is restricted.
Box 3 contains the plaintiffs' verified complaint in the case of Adamek et al. vs. Brown et al. This case concerns the indictment of Thomas Lough by a Special Grand Jury, which convened in September, 1970 in Portage Coun ty. It discusses a report of the Special Grand Jury concerning the roles of protesters, K.S.U. faculty, K.S.U. administration, and National Guardsmen in the events on May 4, 1970. Plaintiffs include 32 K.S.U. faculty members. Defendants include Paul W. Brown, Attorney General; Robert L. Balyeat, Seabury H. Ford, and Perry G. Dickenson, Special Counsel for the Attorney General; and Robert W. Hastings, member and foreman of the Special Grand Jury.
Box 1: Records and papers: Research, Teaching
Folder -- Contents
Typescript (photocopy): 22p.; [197-?].