A letter to Wolfgang Lederer, Chairman of the Department of Design, from John W. Lottes, Assistant to the President, in which Lottes justifies his decision to assign the "African Design" course to the Design Division, attached to a later correspondence from Lederer to President Harry Ford and Martin Streich, Chairman of Basic Studies, insisting that "African Design has no place in the Design Program". And a final message from President Ford stating that "African Design" would become part of the Black Studies Department.
A letter to CCAC President Ford in which Michael Wright objects to the CCAC publication Spectrum's representation of Ethnic Studies, and to Spectrum editor Ken David's inclusion of such representations. The letter is accompanied by a clipping of a cartoon, published in Spectrum, that inspired Wright's letter.
Three views of the Bosch inspired Martinez Hall mural, which was completed in 1973 and lasted til 1975, in the rain.
Two views of an undated Martinez Hall mural depicting a masked man on horseback being shot at by a disembodied head in front of a cityscape.
Two people chatting in the Meyer Library, near the stairs to the mezzanine, circa 1976. Beyond the readers is a poster exhibit, featuring a poster for the 1976 Montreal Olympics, and the large window at the rear of the library which overlooks trees in the campus landscape.
Patron checking out books in the Meyer Library, near the large window through which the lower level of Macky Hall can be seen, circa 1970s.
Patron in the Meyer Library, climbing the stairs to the mezzanine.