Cassette tapes of University of Virginia events [manuscript], 1981-1990.


Cassette tapes of University of Virginia events [manuscript], 1981-1990.

Cassette tapes of various events held at the University from 1981-1990, some events have multiple copies. The 44 events include addresses, interviews, valediction exercises, press conferences, and panel discussions. Among the people recorded are Ernest L. Boyer, Jimmy Carter, Ramsey Clark, Elizabeth Dole, David Lewis, James Farmer, Frank Hereford, Jesse Jackson, Léon Krier, Dumas Malone, Robert M. O'Neil, Walter D. Pilkey, Ronald Reagan, Vincent Shea, M. Rick Turner, and John Warner. Topics include University of Virginia history particularly the 150th anniversary symposium in 1986, as well as a memorial to Dumas Malone, the Life Sciences Laboratory dedication, the budget, enrollment, employees, the physical plant, and a Martin Luther King, Jr., commemoration. Of interest is a 1984 basketball game half-time spot on University history. Other topics include a cocaine investigation; local land use planning and cooperation between the University and Albemarle County; South Africa and investment; early Polynesian cultures; early child care; the future of children (education) and profscam.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7937166

University of Virginia. Library

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