Philip Monypenny Papers, 1948-83 | University of Illinois Archives
|Room 146 Main Library, Prior Request Preferred||1-3|
|Archives Research Center, 1707 S. Orchard||9 boxes|
Papers of Philip Monypenny (1914- ), professor of political science (1947- ), including correspondence concerning the placement of graduate students and job descriptions (1958-60). Correspondents include Clyde F. Snider, Gilbert Y. Steiner, Samuel K. Gove, Clarence A. Berdahl, Jack W. Peltason, Charles M. Kneier, Francis G. Wilson, Fred T. Wall, J. Austin Ranney, Antoinette LaVoie, Royden Dangerfield, Charles B. Hagan and George Manner. The series includes reports of the Committee on Personnel and Management (December 1948-June 1949) and files on the Yellin case (1961-64), Byars case (1972-74), the All-University Student Congress (1964-66), student governance (1966), a student handbook (1966), ad hoc committee on the student and the university (1967), student affairs committee (1967-68), departmental policies (1969-83), Champaign-Urbana merger proposals (1947-53), governmental ethics H.W. Hannah's ad hoc Committee to Examine the Legal Status and Functions of the University (1967-68), university discipline (1967-68) and the Scoles ad hoc Committee to Revise the Statutes and Rules on Students and Student Organizations (1967-68).
9 cubic feet of materials are still unprocessed.