Collection contains an in-depth history of the University of Wyoming Presidents’ Office, encompassing a wide range of financial, budgetary, and administrative functions. Of special interest are the three boxes of office files relating to President William D. Carlson’s term as president from 1968-1977, including a 1998 reminiscence entitled “Four Seasons in Laramie: Adventures of a University President.”
Additional content for this collection can be found in the "Inventory for collection.”
Colorado State University press release, October 25, 1969
Press release from Colorado State University President stating their football team will continue to play UW.
UW faculty letter to Pres. Carlson in support of Eaton and Board of Trustees, October 23, 1969
Letter to UW President William D. Carlson from UW College of Education instructor in support of dismissal of Black 14.
Letter to Pres. Carlson from UW archives regarding recording of meetings, October 28, 1969
Letter to UW President Carlson from UW Western History Research Center (now American Heritage Center) Director Gene M. Gressley stating the Center is not recording meetings but is accepting materials from Irene Schubert who is.
Letter to Pres. Carlson from Paul Stock, November 6, 1969
Letter from prominent Wyoming oilman Paul Stock in support of Eaton.
Letter to Paul Stock from Pres. Carlson, November 11, 1969
Letter from UW President Carlson to Wyoming oilman Paul Stock stating that UW will not accede to "demands from any group" and will maintain discipline.
Page 1 of tally of those who favor dismissal of Black 14, November 18, 1969
Page 1 of tally provided to UW President Carlson of number of people listed by Wyoming city and out-of-state who have written in favor dismissal of Black 14.
Page 2 of tally of those who favor dismissal of Black 14, November 18, 1969
Page 2 of tally provided to UW President Carlson of number of people listed by Wyoming city and out-of-state who have written in favor dismissal of Black 14.
Letter to Pres. Carlson regarding UW financial aid for Black 14, November 19, 1969
Letter from UW Mathematics professor George W. Day to UW Pres. Carlson asking about status of financial aid for Black 14.
Response from Pres. Carlston to letter regarding UW financial aid for Black 14, December 9, 1969
Letter from UW Pres. Carlson to UW Mathematics professor George W. Day that the Black 14 would be eligible for financial aid during the spring semester although they had not yet taken needed steps.
Letter from UW graduate supporting dismissal of Black 14, December 16, 1969
Letter from Fort Collins, Colorado, resident who graduated UW in 1926 supporting dismissal of players and asks why the players are not concerned about women being denied offices in the LDS Church.
Letter from prospective UW student in support of dismissal of Black 14, December 19, 1969
Letter from Chicago women stating support for UW's position and for it standing "by its rules and principals."