Subject File, 1919-1930 | University of Illinois Archives
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Correspondence, reports and working papers of President David Kinley, relating to alumni affairs; student activities; scholarships; public opinion; Dad's Association (1922-30); complimentary football ticket distribution (1923-30); McKinley and professional colleges hospitals and the College of Medicine (1919-28); policy governing faculty promotions (1927-28); educational policies (1922); statistical reports (1913-26); legislative visits (1919-23); religious education (1922-24) and related topics.
The file also includes correspondence, memoranda, resolutions and clippings relating to the Illinois Committee on Militarism in Education's attempt to abolish compulsory military training at the University of Illinois. Significant correspondents include Paul Douglas, Howard Becker and Harry A. Jung. Also included are 42 pieces of pamphlet literature, public documents and reprints of articles and addresses relating to compulsory military training in universities, pacifism, socialism, economics, patriotism and foreign affairs.