Texas Tech University Archives
Below are administrative records that are available for viewing in the reading room.

I.  Administrative Departments VI.  Financial and Statistical Records
II.  Board of Directors/Regents VII.  Institutional Self-Study
III.  Chancellor's Office VIII.  President's Office
IV.  Deans IX.  Student Affairs
V.  Executive Vice-President and Provost X.  TTU Foundation

I.  Administrative Departments


Academic Affairs
Presently called the Provost Office and located in the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the primary responsibilities of the Academic Affairs office has included the formulation of all academic policies and procedures, faculty development, and has served as a liaison between the university and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the development and administration of degree programs and courses.

Administrator faculty files-- see Institutional Research and Information Management

Business Affairs

  • Marshall L. Pennington oral history interview (1974)
  • S 795.1 Marshall L. Pennington Papers, 1939-1977: This 15 box collection bulks largely with material on budgets, construction, future growth, and personnel for several universities in Texas, and with documents from various associations of college educators and administrators. These include agendas, notes, and minutes of meetings. Also contains correspondence with members of boards, and material relating to Lubbock County Hospital District. A variety of printed materials such as books, directories, blueprints, periodicals, and news clippings are also included.

II.  Board of Directors / Board of Regents


Board of Directors/ Board of Regents
On November 22, 1923, the first Board of Directors met in Houston, where they selected Paul Whitfield Horn as Tech’s first president.

III Chancellor's Office


Chancellor's Office
The Chancellor's Office is responsible for the overall administration and fundraising activities of the Texas Tech University system.
  • Chancellor's Office Photographs
  • U 210.1 Chancellor's Office Records, 1961-1992: This is a 17 box collection.
  • U 210.2 Chancellor's Office Records, 1973: This 1 wallet collection contains the August 17, 1973 "Progress Report on Transportation Systems Study for Texas Tech University."
  • U 210.5 Chancellor's Office Records, 1957-2001: This 41 box collection contains materials related to John T. Montford’s tenure as the first Chancellor of Texas Tech University. Included are numerous artifacts, plaques, and photographs.
  • U 210.6 Chancellor's Office Records, 2002: This 2 box collection contains videotapes, reports and oversized framed images (#893 and #894) regarding the Task Force on Anti-Terrorism and Public Security.
  • U 210.7 Chancellor's Office Records, 1983-2002: This 31 box collection contains various office files, maps, and photographs. The majority of the materials are from the tenure of John T. Montford, the first Chancellor of Texas Tech University.
  • Establishing a chancellorship, 1975 (see U 1.5 Academic Affairs)

IVDeans


Dean of Arts and Sciences

Graves, Lawrence L.
An author, historian, and educator, Graves was born in 1917 at Perry, New York, and was awarded his Ph.D. in American History by the University of Wisconsin (1954). He taught history at the University of North Carolina Women’s College (1950-1955) and joined the faculty of Texas Technological College in 1955. He served as professor of history, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Texas Tech and as Interim President in 1979 before retiring in 1983.

  • S ? Lawrence L. Graves Papers, 1949-1988: This collection includes correspondence, literary productions, minutes of meetings, and scrapbook materials concerning Graves' professional career. The collection bulks with the proceedings of university committees and professional associations. Of special interest are the manuscript and page proofs of Graves' book, A History of Lubbock.
  • S ? Lawrence L. Graves Papers, 1957-1990 and undated: This 2 box collection includes materials concerning Graves’ tenure at Texas Tech University as a history professor, as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and as interim President of the University. Included are materials from the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences, lecture notes, and correspondence and other material concerning various academic organizations.
  • S ? Lawrence L. Graves Papers, 1947-1993 and undated: This 1 wallet collection contains correspondence, printed material, and scrapbook material relating to Dr. Lawrence Graves activities at Texas Tech University.
Dean of Men
In a position similar to that of the Dean of Women, the Dean of Men served as a member of the faculty committees on student housing, student employment, convocation, social activities, and sometimes represented these committees in an executive capacity. Male students could seek help in obtaining employment and had to update their employment reports when changes occurred.

Allen, James G.
James G. Allen was appointed Dean of Men in 1938, after serving as acting Dean of Men during the 1937-1938 school year. He became Tech's first Dean of Student Life in 1950 and held this position until his retirement in 1968. The files in this collection were accumulated during his tenure as both Dean of Men and Dean of Student Life.
  • James G. Allen oral history interview (1982)
  • James G. Allen oral history interview (1983)
  • U 14.1 James G. Allen Collection Records, 1925-1969: This 48 box collection contains materials concerning student life at Texas Tech, including organizations, fraternities, sororities, student government, loans, scholarships, committees, athletics, bulletins, foreign students, housing, off-campus trips, and the Student Union. Also contains administrative correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, attendance lists, invitations, correspondence concerning the activities of the Women's Interclub Council, and rush activities of the women's social clubs.

Dean of Students
This office has combined the roles of the Dean of Women and the Dean of Men into one department.

Dean of Women
In the now defunct position of Dean of Women, the individual who was Dean served as a member of the faculty committees on student housing, student employment, social activities, and discipline of women, and sometimes represented these committees in an executive capacity. Female students could seek help in obtaining employment and had to update their employment reports when changes occurred.

  • Mrs. George Langford oral history interview (1973)
  • S 1146.1 Margaret W. Weeks Papers, 1925-1967: This 2 box collection includes correspondence, biographical data, and a listing of honors and minutes of the Quarterly Club (1932-1957) of Texas Technological College. The collection bulks with six scrapbooks pertaining to Margaret Weeks' career and activities and business related to Texas Technological College. These scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, programs, and other memorabilia, as well as photographs with identification and correspondence.
  • U 57.1 Dean of Women Records, undated: This 4 box collection contains the records concerning the instruction and behavior of female students of the college. Also included are the scrapbooks of the Association of Women Students, Las Leales Honor Society, and the Freshman Honor Society dating from 1928 through 1957.

Student Life, Dean’s Office

  • U 172.1 Student Life, Dean's Office, Records, 1927-1976: This is a 6 box collection.
  • U 173.1 Student Life, Dean's Office, Records, 1953-1978 and undated: This is a 14 box collection.
  • U 173.2 Student Life, Dean's Office, Records, 1962-1973: This is a 2 box collection.

V.  Executive Vice-President and Provost


Executive Vice-President and Provost
The position of Executive Vice-President was eliminated during President Haragan's term.  The Provost now fulfills the function of administering all the vice-president positions and reports directly to the president.

Provost's Office
The Provost's Office serves in the capacity of the Vice President for Academic Affairs. The primary responsibilities of the Provost's Office includes formulation of all academic policies and procedures, faculty development, and serving as a liason between the University and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for development and administration of degree programs and courses. The Provost's Office also directs the operation of the libraries, the Division of Extended Learning, the Museum, Ranching Heritage Center, KTXT, KOHM, the Junction Center, International Programs and the University Press.

VI.  Financial Records


Auditor's Reports
An independent appraisal function within the University, Internal Auditing examines and evaluates the activities of the University. Its objective is to assist members of the institution in the effective discharge of their responsi-bilities. To accomplish these goals, Internal Audit will furnish departments and the University’s administration with analyses, appraisals, counsel, recommendations, and information concerning the activities reviewed.

  • U 25.1 Auditor's Report Records, 1957-1962: This is a 1 box collection containing monthly reports of the Auditor.

Budgets
Operating budgets and budget summaries for Texas Tech University and Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.

Business Affairs

  • U 35.1 Vice-President of Business Affairs Records, 1968-1974, 1954-1965: This is a 82 box collection.

Classification of Accounts

  • U 43.1 Classification of Accounts Records, 1953-1965: This is a 1 box collection.

Financial Affairs

  • W. T. Gaston oral history interview (1963)
  • U 80.1 Financial Affairs Records, undated: This 26 box collection contains general financial materials, such as, budget requests and budget estimates to the State Board of Control.
  • U 80.2 Financial Affairs Records, undated: This is a 5 box collection.
  • U 80.3 Financial Affairs Records, undated: This is an oversized item.
  • U 80.4 Financial Affairs Records, undated: This is an oversized item.

Financial Plans

  • U 127.3 Financial Plans Records, 1974-1982: This is a 1 box collection.

Financial Reports

  • U 127.3 Financial Reports Records, 1958-1969: This 2 box collection contains yearly financial reports concerning Texas Tech University.

Legislative Appropriations Requests

Statistics

  • U 168.1 Statistics and Procedures Records, 1961-1982: This 1 wallet collection contains reports and a operating policy and procedure manual.
  • U 169.1 Statistics and Reports Records, 1925-1979: This 6 box and 2 oversized items collection contains material gathered from University offices to compile statistical information about Texas Tech. Also contains various records kept by the Statistics and Reports office. The bulk of the material concerns the Campus Planning Committee and Grover Murray, former president of Texas Tech.
  • U 169.2 Statistics and Reports Records, 1954-1976: This 4 box collection contains material gathered from University offices to compile statistical information about Texas Tech. Also contains various records kept by the Statistics and Reports office. The bulk of the material concerns the Campus Planning Committee and Grover Murray, former president of Texas Tech.

VII.  Institutional Self-Study


Institutional Self–Study

VIII.  President's Office


Inaugurations
The Inauguration records pertaining to the ceremonies and planning involved with the induction of the presidents of Texas Tech University.

  • Inaugurations Photographs
  • U 98.1 Inaugurations Records, 1944-1989 and undated: This 2 box collection contains the inaugural materials for William Marvin Whyburn (1944-1948), Dossie M. Wiggins (1948-1950), Edward N. Jones (1952-1959), Robert Cabiness Goodwin (1960-1966), Grover E. Murray (1966-1976), Cecil Mackey Jr. (1976-1979), Lauro F. Cavazos (1980-1988), and Robert W. Lawless (1989-1996).
  • U 98.2 Inaugurations Records, 2000-2001: This 1 wallet collection relates to the inauguration of David Schmidly.

Oral Histories
Below are some of the former Texas Tech presidents that have been interviewed.

Cavazos, Lauro F.
A sixth generation Texan, Lauro Fred Cavazos was born on January 4, 1927 on the vast King Ranch in South Texas, where his father was the foreman of the showcase Santa Gertrudis Division. He earned his B.A. and M.A. in zoology at Texas Tech University and a doctoral degree in physiology from Iowa State University. In addition, he received honorary degrees from several universities and colleges. A recognized expert in both the field of medicine and the field of education, Cavazos was a consultant to national and international health organizations, served as the tenth president of Texas Tech University and became U. S. Secretary of Education under Presidents Reagan and Bush.

Goodwin, Robert Cabiness
An educator and administrator, Goodwin was born in 1898 in Brownwood, Texas. He came to Texas Technological College in 1930 as Head of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; he also served as Dean of the Graduate School (1938-45) and Dean of Arts and Sciences (1954-1959). In 1959, he became Academic Vice-President and then acting president of the college. Goodwin was inaugurated as the college's seventh president in 1960 and served until 1966. During his tenure the college grew considerably with enrollment increasing by 6,000 students and faculty size almost doubling. Following his retirement from Texas Technological College in 1966, Goodwin moved to Gainesville, Florida.

  • S 373.1 Robert Cabiness Goodwin Papers, 1851-1964: This 2 wallet collection contains legal materials, literary productions, minutes, scrapbook material, and materials relating to Texas Technological College.

Horn, Paul Whitfield
An author and educator, Horn was born in 1870 in Boonesville, Missouri. He received an A.M. degree from Central College in Fayette, Missouri, in 1888 and his L.L.D. from Baylor University in 1917. He taught in rural schools (1884-1885) and the Pryor Institute (1889-1892), and served as a high school principal in Sherman, Texas (1895-1897). He was a school superintendent in Houston (1904-1921) and at the American School in Mexico City (1921-1922). Horn became president of Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas (1922-1923), and, in 1923, was appointed the first president of Texas Technological College where he selected faculty and drafted curricula. He authored or co-authored four textbooks: New Century Spelling Book (1908); School Room Essential (1911); Best Things in Our Schools (1913); and New American Readers (1919). He married Maud Keith in 1890, and the couple had one daughter, Ruth Horn Andrews. Horn died in 1932.

  • S 461.1 Paul Whitfield Horn Papers, 1908-1932:  This 1 box collection contains literary productions, printed materials, photographs, scrapbook material, which contains information on a dinner given for Horn to honor him for meritorious service as superintendent in Houston. The scrapbook includes articles from The Houston Chronicle that were written by Horn from Mexico City documenting his experiences there. The collection bulks (1908-1918) with printed material written by Horn on education. Also of interest are scrapbooks (1916-1932) dealing with current events and interests.
  • Paul Whitfield Horn, 1925-1979 (see U 185.6 University News and Publications Records)

Jones, Clifford Bartlett
A businessman, ranch manager and college president, Jones was born in 1885 in Rico, Colorado. He was a manager of the Spur Ranch in Dickens County, Texas, from 1913-1939. Jones was also instrumental in the establishment of Texas Technological College, served on the original Board of Directors, and was the third president of the college from 1939-1944. He was a member of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce and the Good Roads Movement. Active in land sales and colonization, banking and politics, and numerous social, historical and fraternal organizations, Jones died in 1972 in Lubbock, Texas.

  • S 499.1 Clifford Bartlett Jones Papers, 1814-1972: This 51 box collection includes correspondence, legal material, financial material, photographs, genealogical material and news clippings relating to the business, educational and personal activities of Clifford B. Jones. The collection bulks (1919-1972) with materials pertaining to Texas Technological College and the Spur Ranch.

Knapp, Bradford
An agriculturist and educator, Bradford Knapp was born in Vinton, Iowa, on December 24, 1870. He was the son of Seaman Asahel Knapp, a noted agricultural authority. Bradford Knapp attended Iowa Agricultural College (now Iowa State University) and the University of Michigan. He married Stella White in 1904, and they had five children. He was appointed a special assistant in the U. S. Department of Agriculture in 1909. In 1914 he was made Chief of the Office of Extension Work for the Southern States. He served as both the director of the state experiment station of Arkansas and Dean of the College of Agriculture at the University of Arkansas. He then served as President of Oklahoma A & M College (now Oklahoma State University); as President of Alabama Polytechnic Institute at Auburn; and as Vice-President of the Southern Agricultural Workers. Knapp became the second president of Texas Technological College in 1932 and held that position until his death from a heart attack on June 11, 1938.

  • U 243.1 Bradford Knapp Records, 1891-1940: This 8 box and 1 oversized scrapbook collection bulks with literary productions, both manuscripts and printed documents, dealing with agricultural topics and Knapp's academic positions. They also bulk with correspondence reflecting Dr. Knapp's work with universities and agricultural extensions, plus minor amounts of photographs, diaries, and scrapbook material.
  • U 243.2 Bradford Knapp Collection, 1919-1935: This 1 wallet collection consists of photographs of Bradford Knapp, Texas Technological College and a military parade headed up by General John. J. Pershing (1919) in Washington D.C.

Wiggins, Dossie Marion

  • S 1495.1 Dossie Marion Wiggins: This 1 box collection contains correspondence, printed material, and general files. It bulks (1941-1961) with Faculty Advisory Committee materials and other materials pertaining to Texas Technological College.

President’s Office
Contains the general records, charts and files from the administrations of Paul A, Horn, Grover Murray, Cecil Mackey, Bradford Knapp, Clifford B. Jones, William M. Whyburn, Dossie M. Wiggins, Edward Jones, R.C. Goodwin, V.J. Roy Wells, Lauro Cavazos, Robert Lawless and interim president Beth Haley. Included in the records and files are awards and recognition that the university has received.

  • See the oversized list for paintings of TTU presidents and personalities
  • President's Office Photographs
  • U 147.1 President's Office Records, 1990 and undated: This 1 wallet collection contains corespondence, a photo album with 22 prints of Musashino, Japan and the Lubbock Friendship Rose Garden.
  • U 147.2 President's Office Records, 1934-1936: This oversized bound ledger contains the following reports: a report of the State Board of Education for 1934-1935; the Registrar's report on enrollment for three years; a table from the office of Education containing facts on Land Grand Colleges and Universities from 1935; enrollment report for Texas Tech for four years; and various resolutions by the State Board of Education.
  • U 147.4 President's Office Records, 1924-1982 and undated: This 55 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Grover E. Murray.
  • U 147.5 President's Office Records, 1916-1968 and undated: This is 25 box and 1 oversized folder collection consists of applications, audits, board meetings, newspaper clippings, commencement plans, correspondence, faculty notices, legislative budget information, literary productions, meetings, printed material, reports, scholarships, information on the West Texas Chamber of Commerce, and Texas Technological College Alphabetical Schedule of courses.
  • U 147.9 President's Office Records, 1929-1987 and undated: This 17 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Mackey.
  • U 147.10 Administrative Council Records, 1931-1946: This 2 box collection contains administrative records concerning the governance of the college.
  • U 147.11 President's Office Records, 1930-1965 and undated: This is a 31 box collection.
  • U 147.12 President's Office Records, 1931-1948 and undated: This is a 8 box collection.
  • U 147.13 President's Office Records, 1928-1943: This 11 box collection contains administrative records concerning the running of the newly established college in West Texas.
  • U 147.15 President's Office Records, 1932-1945: This 1 wallet collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Clifford B. Jones.
  • U 147.16 President's Office Records, 1936-1947 and undated: This 2 box collection consists of LaVerne Noyes scholarship applications.
  • U 147.17 President's Office Records, 1923-1948: This 18 box and 1 oversized folder collection contains administrative records concerning the running of the college. Of particular interest is the associated preparatory courses for a pre-flight school in a pre-war, war time, and post-war United States environment. Included is such information as courses taken by pre-flight students and the instructors, and much data about the surrounding environment at Texas Technological College in this late 1930s-mid 1940s timeframe.
  • U 147.18 President's Office Records, 1938-1945 and undated:This 3 box collection.
  • U 147.19 President's Office Records, 1925-1950: This 12 box collection contains administrative records concerning the running of the college. Of particular interest is the associated preparatory courses for a pre-flight school in a pre-war, war time, and post-war United States environment. Information about veterans and the Veterans Administration is included.
  • U 147.20 President's Office Records, 1945-1961: This 4 box collection contains correspondence, publications, newspaper clippings, and meeting minutes correlating to the Cotton Research Committee of Texas. News clippings and correspondence about the Pantex Ordinance Plant and Pantech Farms are contained in the collection. The papers created by Frank Junnel, the assistant to the president, contains correspondence, news clippings, 7 photographs and 2 negatives. Three blue prints were transferred to oversize
  • U 147.23 President's Office Records, 1948-1952 and undated: This 14 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Wiggins.
  • U 147.24 President's Office Records, 1948-1963 and undated: This is a 2 box collection.
  • U 147.25 President's Office Records, 1949-1970: This is a 3 box collection.
  • U 147.26 President's Office Records, 1952-1959: This 42 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Edward N. Jones.
  • U 147.27 President's Office Records, 1952-1960 and undated: This is a 2 box collection.
  • U 147.28 President's Office Records, 1952-1966 and undated: This is a 20 box collection.
  • U 147.29 President's Office Records, 1952-1966: This is a 11 box collection.
  • U 147.30 President's Office Records, 1952-1968: This is a 1 box collection.
  • U 147.31 President's Office Records, 1952-1967: This is a 21 box collection.
  • U 147.32 President's Office Records, 1954-1963 and undated: This is a 12 box collection.
  • U 147.33 President's Office Records, 1958-1967: This is a 7 box collection.
  • U 147.34 President's Office Records, 1957-1966: This is a 1 box collection.
  • U 147.35 President's Office Records, 1959-1966: This 15 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Goodwin.
  • U 147.36 President's Office Records, 1961-1968: This 3 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Goodwin.
  • U 147.37 President's Office Records, 1965-1988 and undated: This 43 box collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Cavazos.
  • U 147.38 President's Office Records, 1966-1980 and undated: This is a 12 box collection.
  • U 147.39 President's Office Records, 1982: This is a 1 wallet collection.
  • U 147.40 President's Office Records, 1976: This is a 1 wallet collection contains materials related to Texas Tech president Mackey.
  • U 147.41 President's Office Records, 1966-1996 and undated: This 174 box collection contains general office files from various administrations of the University President, which include Dr. Grover E. Murray, Dr. Cecil Mackey, Dr. Lauro F. Cavazos, Dr. Robert W. Lawless, and interim President Beth Haley.
  • U 147.42 President's Office Records, 1965-1966: This 1 item collection contains a scrapbook donated to the University Archive by David Edward Olsen, who played on the 1962 Picador basketball team for Texas Tech.
  • U 147.43 President's Office Records, 1989-1994: This 17 box collection contains general office files including information on the city of Lubbock, the Coordinating board, Texas Tech’s development and fundraising efforts, state and federal government relations, and the Southwest Athletic Conference.
  • U 147.44 President's Office Records, 1997-2005: This 32 box collection contains general office files from four presidential administrations - Dr. Robert Lawless, Dr. Donald R. Haragan, Dr. David Schmidly and Dr. Jon Whitmore.
  • U 147.45 President's Office Records, 1984-2004: This 20 box collection includes materials on the formation of student organizations, Texas Tech's affiliation with local area businesses in the area, contact with other Universities, various sporting events, studies done by the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, and strategic plans for future projects.
  • U 147.46 President's Office Records, 1989-2001: This 38 box collection contains general office files from three presidential administrations - Dr. Robert Lawless, Dr. Donald R. Haragan, and Dr. David Schmidly. Material addressing construction of the United Spirit Arena and the Marsha Sharp Freeway is also included.

IX.  Student Affairs


The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for supporting and enriching the educational learning of Texas Tech students and the university's staff and faculty.

  • U 277.1 Student Affairs Records, 1956-2000: This 2 box collection contains miscellaneous campus publications, brochures, newletters, and newspapers.
  • U 277.2 Student Affairs Records, 1926-1978 and undated: This 2 box collection consists of files on the Code of Student Affairs, correspondence, discipline, Southwest Association of Student Personnel Administrators, dormitories, Texas Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and Traffic and Parking Regulations.
  • U 277.3 Vice-President for Student Affairs Records, 1968-1991: This 2 box collection consists of files on admissions policies for international students, international programs budgets, general information, Immigration and Naturalization Service, international programs, Lubbock International Cultural Center, Rotary Scholarships, and the Study Abroad Program.
  • U 277.4 Vice-President for Student Affairs Records, 1984-2005: This 1 box collection consists of bound reports on the department's goals and objectives.
  • Vice President for Student Affairs and Student Affairs publications, 1980-1984 (see U 2.2 Vice-President for Academic Affairs)

X.  Texas Tech University Foundation


The Texas Tech Foundation was created in 1939 “to stimulate the support of any literary and scientific undertaking, the maintenance of a library, or the promotion of painting, music and fine arts... [and] to see and obtain gifts for the advancement of research and other literary and scientific undertakings....”

  • U 366.1 Texas Tech Foundation: This 1 wallet collection consists of portraits of directors of The Texas Tech Foundation from 1939 until 1993 as well as brass nameplates from the portrait frames. Included are: Clifford B. Jones (1939-1944), Spencer A. Wells (1944-1950), C. T. McLaughlin (1950-1955), C. E. Weymouth (1955-1956), George P. Livermore (1956-1960), Robert Maxey (1960-1961), Roy Furr (1961-1963), Retha R. Martin (1963-1966), J. F. Maddox (1966-1967), William H. Evans (1967-1969), Joe H. Bryant (1969-1970), R. H. Brummal (1970), Loyd M. Lanotte (1970-1972), A. C. Verner (1972-1974), Willard Paine (1974-1976), R. P. Fuller (1976-1978), Edward R. Smith (1978-1981), W. B. Rushing (1981-1983), Charley Pope (1983-1985), Joe Horkey (1985-1987), George Miller (1987-1989), J. C. Chambers (1989-1990), Mike Higgins (1990-1991), Alan Henry (1991-1992) and John Crews (1992-1993).
  • Texas Tech Foundation news clippings, 1953-1962 (see U 295.1 Scrapbook Collection)
  • Texas Tech Foundation (development of), 1961-1966 (see U 100.11 Information Services Records)
  • Texas Tech College Foundation Board, 1944-1962 and Texas Tech Foundation, 1963-1969 (see S 977.1 W. L. Stangel Papers, 1888-1975)
  • Texas Tech Foundation Board, 1967-1973 (See U 2.1 Vice-President for Academic Affairs Records)
  • Foundation Board, 1968-1970 (see U 100.11 Information Services Records)
  • Texas Tech University Foundation, 1970-1974 (see U 157.7 Research Services Records)
  • Texas Tech University Foundation, 1983-1984 (see U 2.2 Vice-President for Academic Affairs)
  • Texas Tech Foundation, 1998-2003 (See U 147.44 Office of the President Records)

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