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Guide to the New School press release collection, 1933-1982

Collection Overview

Repository

New School Collections

Collection Identifier

NS.03.01.07

Creator

New School (New York, N.Y.).

Title

New School press release collection, 1933-1982, (Bulk, 1946-1977)

Extent

2.3 linear ft: 2 boxes and 1 folder

Language of Materials

English

Summary

This collection contains press releases issued by The New School (formerly, the New School for Social Research) over a three decade span. The releases are authored by several successive offices at The New School that fulfilled the same role, including Publicity, Public Information, and Communications. The press releases provide a detailed accounting of courses, events, faculty appointments, and the addition of new programs and divisions at the university, including announcements related to Parsons School of Design following its affiliation with The New School in 1970.

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], The New School press release collection, NS.03.01.07, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

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Historical Note

Through a range of successive administrative units, including the Publicity Office, Office of Public Information, and Communications, The New School has issued press releases to local and national news outlets from at least 1933 through the present day.

For many years, course and program promotion was often simultaneously carried out by instructors, whose livelihoods were directly linked to student enrollment. Under the leadership of Agnes De Lima beginning in 1940, the Publicity Office attempted to introduce standards and policies and to establish consistency across the institution. The school also sometimes employed publicity firms, such as Fizdale, Inc., to write and place features in targeted publications.

The New School Associates, the President's Office, and the Public Relations Office in part performed functions that overlapped with those of the Publicity Office. Each of these departments were at various times responsible for producing press releases. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, leading up to and just after De Lima's resignation, during a time of general administrative upheaval and self-analysis across The New School, attempts were made to clarify and professionalize these overlapping activities. New personnel were hired, certain responsibilites combined into a single office, others separated out. For a time, names of offices and the division of responsibilities shifted monthly.

The New School Office of Public Information was the successor to the New School Publicity Office, renamed in 1957. Until at least the 1990s, New School divisions conducted independent public relations and course promotion activities, although concerted efforts at centralized oversight are in evidence from the late 1960s onward.

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Scope and Content of Collection

This collection consists exclusively of press releases, beginning with an announcement of the launch of the Graduate Faculty (the academic division now known as the New School for Social Research) in 1933 and ending in 1982 with the inauguration of Jonathan F. Fanton as university president. Over this forty-five year period the press releases provide a detailed accounting of the goings-on at The New School. The events noted in the press releases include faculty appointments and honors, the launch of new divisions and programs at The New School, exhibition openings, programs, concerts, lectures, and other events. Many of the press releases describe specific classes and workshops. When press releases document notable speakers, abstracts of speeches are frequently appended to the release.

While the collection begins in 1933 and ends in 1982, the years immediately following the end of World War II through 1977 are the mostly comprehensively documented. Additionally, the press releases only document the original New School (including its graduate social sciences division); Parsons School of Design is not mentioned until its affiliation with The New School in 1970, while Mannes College of Music's affiliation with The New School in 1989 places it out of the scope of this collection.

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Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in chronological order.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

New School Collections - August 28, 2018

66 Fifth Avenue
lobby
New York, NY, 10011
212.229.5942
archivist@newschool.edu

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], The New School press release collection, NS.03.01.07, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use. Please contact archivist@newschool.edu for appointment.

Use Restrictions

To publish images of material from this collection, permission must be obtained in writing from the New School Archives and Special Collections. Please contact: archivist@newschool.edu.

Custodial History note

A large portion of the press releases in this collection formerly comprised a series in the New School Publicity Office records (NS.03.01.05). Much of the remainder of the collection was separated from a large accession of records transferred from The New School President's Office in 2015.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The staff of the New School Archives and Special Collections assembled this collection from multiple office transfers.

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Related Materials

The New School Archives holds the New School Publicity Office records (NS.03.01.05), the New School Office of Public Information records (NS.03.01.08), the George Calderaro New School Office of Communications records (NS.03.01.03), and the New School Publicity Scrapbook collection (NS.03.01.01). Press releases exclusively concerning Parsons School of Design will be found in the Parsons School of Design administrative and other offices collection (pre-2008 accessions) (PC.03.01.01).

Events textually documented in the press releases may also be visually documented in The New School photograph collection (NS.04.01.01).

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects

Corporate Name(s)

  • Institute for Retired Professionals.
  • J.M. Kaplan Center for New York City Affairs.
  • New School Art Center (New York, N.Y.).
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Graduate Faculty.
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Human Relations Center.
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). New School Associates.
  • Parsons School of Design.

Genre(s)

  • Press releases.
  • Speeches.

Occupation(s)

  • Publicists.

Personal Name(s)

  • De Lima, Agnes

Subject(s)

  • Adult education.
  • Art -- Exhibitions.
  • Commencement ceremonies -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
  • Press
  • Publicity.
  • Universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- New York.
  • Workshops in art.

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Other Finding Aids note

The New School Archives staff digitized this entire collection. For item-level description and images from the New School press release collection, see The New School Archives Digital Collections at http://digitalarchives.library.newschool.edu/index.php/Detail/collections/NS030107

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Collection Inventory

1933-1947 
Inauguration of the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, probably 1933 
n_6 12
Rockefeller grant to Hanns Eisler for study in music and film, 1940 Feb 21 
1 1
Celebration of the permanent charter to the New School for Social Research, 1941 Apr 23-25 
1 1
Grant of $40,000 from Rockefeller Foundation for Research Project on Labor, 1941 Jun 13 
n_6 12
Eleventh commencement exercises of the Graduate Faculty, and speeches, 1943 May 20-25 
1 1
Alvin Johnson honored Thomas Mann presents award, 1943 Nov 25-27 
1 1
Horace Kallen elected dean of the Graduate Faculty, 1944 Jun 2 
1 1
Text of address by Alvin Johnson at Graduation Exercises, 1944 Jun 12 
1 1
NSSR to launch new senior college, 1944 Jun 19 
1 1
Addresses by Adolph Lowe, by Clara Mayer, by Henry Goddard Leach, Bryn J. Hovde, and Henry Bonnet, at the Symposium of International Education, 1945 Dec 28 
1 1
On adult education program, 1946 
1 1
Address by Boris Pregel, Canadian Radium and Uranium Corporation, 1946 May 22 
1 1
Meeting of the Conference on Methods in Philosophy, 1946 May 4 
1 1
Graduation exercises of the Graduate Faculty, 1946 May 23 
1 1
Regarding BA students, 1946 August 22 
1 1
Talk by Joseph A. Berger at the meeting of "Displaced persons - Facts and Prospects," 1946 Oct 31 
1 1
Protest against the Army plan for a compulsory six months military training, lodged by Dr. Alvin Johnson, 1946 Nov 1 
1 1
Main facts about the Graduate Faculty, 1947 Feb 
1 1
Carl Mayer elected the Dean of the Graduate Faculty, 1947 Apr 28 
1 1
Free services offered by The New School to the public, 1947 Jun 17 
1 1
Forum by the New School Associates on the partition of Palestine, 1947 Nov 24 
1 1
1948-1950 
Exhibition of Luis Alberto Acuna, 1948 Mar 29 
1 2
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, and address by Marshall Field, 1948 May 28-June 1 
1 2
Opening of the exhibition of the abstractionist Spiral Group, 1948 Oct 8 
1 2
Opening of the exhibition of the artist group "Formations," 1948 Dec 7 
1 2
Panel discussion on "Controversial Issues in Psychoanalysis," 1948 Dec 10 
1 2
Two exhibits of Charles Leirens, and sixteen Imrpessionist French paintings, 1949 Feb 4 
1 2
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, 1949 May 25-31 
1 2
Address by Harold G. Wolff at NSSR, 1949 Nov 2 
1 2
Exhibition of "Group 8 and 2," 1949 Nov 9 
1 2
Exhibition of group "Formations" extended, 1949 Nov 15 
1 2
Two exhibitions, by Peter Lipman-Wulf and the Spiral Group, 1949 Dec 12-1950 Feb 21 
1 2
Regarding the inauguration of the "College of Retired Professors," 1950 Mar 3 
1 2
General information about the NSSR, 1950 Apr 6 
1 2
Resignation of president Bryn J. Hovde, 1950 May 6 
1 2
Appointment of ten retired professors, 1950 Aug 4 
1 2
Exhibition of prints by Minna Citron, 1950 Oct 5 
1 2
Exhibition of drawings and paintings by Children of Israel, 1950 October 23 
1 2
Exhibition of works by The Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors Inc., 1950 Nov 1 
1 2
Exhibition of prints and drawings by Hans Jelinek, 1950 Dec 11 
1 2
Inauguration of the 1951 NSSR fund raising drive, and address by Oscar R. Ewing, 1950 Dec 15-19 
1 2
1951-1952 
Supplementary bulletin for psychology students, circa 1951 
1 3
Group show of works by Schanker, Jelinek, Frasconi and Blackburn, 1951 Jan 18 
1 3
Exhibition of paintings by Clara Klinghoffer, 1951 Mar 1 
1 3
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, 1951 Jun 5 
1 3
Exhibition of works by Mexican artists, Juan Cruz and Irma Diaz, 1951 Jun 12 
1 3
Honorary degree to President Galo Plazo Lasso of Ecuador, 1951 Jun 26 
1 3
Exhibition of paintings and drawings by Nancy Genn, 1951 Aug 1 
1 3
Members of the Overseas Press Club of America joined by NSSR scholars to report on Western Europe, 1951 Sep 18 
1 3
Exhibition of works by Spiral Group, 1951 Oct 12 
1 3
Exhibition of photographs by Eugene Atget, 1951 Dec 4 
1 3
Exhibition of works by seven artists, 1952 Jan 17 
1 3
Exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Manolo Pascual, 1952 Jan 22 
1 3
Exhibition of paintings by Zola Marcus, 1952 Jan 23 
1 3
Exhibition of drawings by Johannes Niemeyer, 1952 Feb 14 
1 3
Exhibition of self-portraits by twenty-eight artists and portraits photos by Alfredo Valente, 1952 Mar 3 
1 3
Exhibition of "Constructions: metal and plastic" by Vance Hunt, 1952 Apr 2 
1 3
Talk by Kingsley Martin, "What the British think of America," 1952 May 21 
1 3
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, and addresses by Hans Simons and Associate Justice William O. Douglas, 1952 May 29-Jun 4 

Also includes announcements of honorary degree recipients.

1 3
Exhibition of paintings by Job Goodman, 1952 Jun 16 
1 3
Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by J.S. Efremoff, 1952 Aug 20 
1 3
Exhibition of paintings by Arthur Kaufman, 1952 Nov 4 
1 3
1953-1956 
Group exhibition of paintings and sculpture by the Provincetown-New York Artists, 1953 Mar 3 
1 4
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, address by Elmer Davis, 1953 Jun 1-3 

Also includes announcements of honorary degree recipients, and announcements of the winners of the Alvin Johnson Prize Scholarship.

1 4
Exhibition of paintings by Enit Kaufman, 1953 Jun 9 
1 4
Exhibition of fifteen members of the Spiral Group, 1953 Oct 19 
1 4
Exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Alfred Van Loen, 1953 Nov 18 
1 4
Exhibition of colored woodcuts by Toshi Yoshida, 1954 Mar 23 
1 4
Exhibition of mosaics by Max Spivak, 1954 Apr 1 
1 4
Announcement of a four-day summer Institute on Educational Publicity and Public Relations by Benjamin Fine, 1954 May 10 
1 4
Announcement of Jack M. Kaplan recipient of the Louis S. Weiss Memorial Award in Adult Education, 1954 May 18 
1 4
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, address by Hans Simons 1954 May 25-Jun 1 
1 4
Exhibition of paintings, sculpture and prints by the League of Present Day Artists, 1954 Nov 1 
1 4
Alvin Johnson received Commander's Cross from the Government of Western Germany, 1954 Dec 14 
1 4
Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by the American Abstract Artists, 1955 Feb 15 
1 4
Commencement exercises of the NSSR, 1955 Jun 1 
1 4
Proposed release on Civil Liberties Course at the New School, 1956 Sep 9-17 
1 4
Two photography workshop courses by Berenice Abbott and Joseph Breitenbach in the Spring term, 1956 Dec 19 
1 4
Announcement of four workshops in printmaking in the Spring 1957 term, 1956 Dec 19 
1 4
Announcement of creative writing workshops in the Spring 1957 term, 1956 Dec 19 
1 4
1957 Jan-July 
Announcement of a course on the petroleum industry by Alexander Melamid in the Spring term, 1957 Jan 15 
1 5
Announcement of a series of talks on "Outlook for Investments" in the Spring term, 1957 Jan 
1 5
Announcement of ten music workshops in the Spring term, 1957 Jan 21 
1 5
Announcement of the "The News Behind the News" course in the Spring term, 1957 Jan 22 
1 5
Announcement of the beginning of the Spring 1957 term, 1957 Jan 22-Feb 1 
1 5
Talk by Samuel C. Waugh as part of the luncheon series, "Round Table for Business Executives," 1957 Jan 24-Feb 4 
1 5
A report on Israel by a panel of speakers, 1957 Jan 29 
1 5
Announcement of a weekly report on "Current Economic Events" by Julius Hirsch, 1957 Jan 31-Feb 1 
1 5
Talk by Paul G. Hoffman on "International Aid and U.S. Foreign Policy," 1957 Feb 1 
1 5
Talk by Robert Jacobs on "The Production Research Manager" as part of the series "Middle Management," 1957 Feb 1 
1 5
Talk by Richard Kondolf on "The Try-Out Center and the Playwright," 1957 Feb 1 
1 5
Announcement of a course on "The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament" by Eugen Kullmann, 1957 Feb 4 
1 5
Talks by Shelby Cullom Davis and Joseph M. Galanis as part of a series "Outlook for Investment," 1957 Feb 5 
1 5
Talks by Pierre R. Bretey and W. Sturgis Macomber as part of a series "Outlook for Investment," 1957 Feb 5 
1 5
Announcement of a crafts workshop by Emily M. Rosenthal, 1957 Feb 5 
1 5
Talk by Mort Abrahams as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 Feb 8 
1 5
Talk by Adolph Green as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 Feb 8 
1 5
Announcement of courses of special interest to parents and teachers, 1957 Feb 8 
1 5
Talk by Mary Saran as part of the Labor-Management luncheon series, 1957 Feb 11 
1 5
Talk by Sam Levenson on "Humor and the Comedian" as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 Feb 14 
1 5
Talk by Warren Freedman on "The House Counsel" as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management," 1957 Feb 14 
1 5
Talks by Gerson Lublin and James F. Hughes as part of the series "Outlook for Investment," 1957 Feb 15 
1 5
Talk by Rene Maheu on "UNESCO's Major Projects" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact," 1957 Feb 15 
1 5
Talk by Emory Ross on "American Private Aid to Africa" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact," 1957 Feb 15 
1 5
Talk by John Wiggin on "The Voice of America" as part of the series "Information, Propaganda, and Public Opinion," 1957 Feb 21 
1 5
Talk by Harold K. Hochschild on "Problems of American Industry in Under-developed Countries" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact," 1957 Feb 21 
1 5
Talk by Raphael den Haan on "The Economic Development of New Guinea" as part of the series "Problems of Economic and Political Geography," 1957 Feb 25 
1 5
Talk by Norman Geller on "The Purchasing Manager" as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management," 1957 Feb 26 
1 5
Talk by Meyer Loebelson on "The Sales Promotion Manager" as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management," 1957 Feb 26 
1 5
Talk by Lloyd V. Berkner on "The International Geophysical Year: International Scientific Cooperation", 1957 Feb 28 
1 5
Report on North Africa and Arab nationalism by a panel of speakers as part of a monthly series on world tension areas, 1957 Mar 1 
1 5
Talk by Armand G. Erpf on "A Renewed Horizon for Savings: Some Comments on Savings and the Stock Market" as part of the luncheon series "Round Table for Business Executives", 1957 Mar 4 
1 5
Talk by M.R.D. Vos on "The Profitability of Middle East Oil Operations" as part of the series "International Petroleum Industry", 1957 Mar 19 
1 5
Announcements of three Handel concerts, 1957 Mar 13-29 
1 5
Talk by Mathias B. Lynaugh on "The General Problem of Communications" as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management", 1957 Mar 14 
1 5
Talk by Alistair Cooke on "Transatlantic Propaganda--A Two-Way Street" as part of the series "Information, Propaganda, and Public Opinion", 1957 Mar 14 
1 5
Summary of a talks by Edmund W. Tabell and Edward S. Wilson as part of the series "Outlook for Investments", 1957 Mar 20 
1 5
Talk by Ruben Nathan on "American Propaganda after the Hungarian Revolution" as part of the series "Information, Propaganda, and Public Opinion", 1957 Mar 22 
1 5
Talk by Ambassador Ernest G. Chauvet on "Giving and Receiving International Aid" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact", 1957 Mar 22 
1 5
Talk by Reverend James H. Robinson on "Africa--A Challenge to Democracy and a Prize for Communism", 1957 Mar 15 
1 5
Two talks and a panel discussion on Iron Curtain countries as part of the series "Information, Propaganda, and Public Opinion" and the monthly series on tension areas, 1957 Mar 29-Apr 5 
1 5
Address by William J. Sweeney on "New Horizons in the Petroleum Industry: Energy and Its Utilization" as part of the series "Round Table for Business Executives", 1957 Mar 29 
1 5
Announcement of a summer course in Scandinavia, 1957 Apr 2 
1 5
Talk by David Susskind on "Commercial Television and Production Problems" as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 Apr 3-19 
1 5
Talks by Samuel B. Jones and Walter Maynard as part of the series "Outlook for Investments", 1957 Apr 4 
1 5
International evening of Songs and Dances presented by the New School Cosmopolitan Club, 1957 Apr 5 
1 5
Talk by John Akra on "The Africans' Struggle for Independence" as part of the series "Nationalism in the Twentieth Century", 1957 Apr 5 
1 5
Opening talk of a lecture series on "Origins and Future of Psychoanalysis" by Erich Fromm, 1957 Apr 5 
1 5
Talk by Ted Cott on "Commercial Television" as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 Apr 5 
1 5
Several talks on unions and Puerto Rican tension as part of the Labor-Management luncheon series, 1957 Apr 8 
1 5
Talk by Stockton Helffrich on "Network Censoring and Its Problems" as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 Apr 11 
1 5
Talk by Paul Tillich on " The Dangers and Chances of the Resurgence of Religion" as part of the series "The Resurgence of Religion--Its Validity and Its Distortion", 1957 Apr 12 
1 5
Talk by Admiral George Wauchope on "The Problems of Transportation in the Economic Development" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact", 1957 Apr 12 
1 5
Panel discussion on "Our Twenty Added Years" held by the Human Relations Workshops, 1957 Apr 12 
1 5
Talk by Sonia Grodka on "US Aid for Refugees" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact", 1957 Apr 15 
1 5
Talk by Peter Panbakker on "The Cost Accountant" as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management", 1957 Apr 15 
1 5
Talk by Kenneth Cook on "The Quality Control Manager" as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management", 1957 Apr 15 
1 5
Summary of a talk by Lucien O. Hooper as part of the series "Outlook for Investments", 1957 Apr 17 
1 5
Talk by Archibald M. Crossley on "How to Find Out About Public Opnion" as part of the series "Information, Propaganda, and Public Opinion", 1957 Apr 19 
1 5
Martin Buber awarded honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, 1957 Apr 19 
1 5
Talk by Ted Lash as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management", 1957 Apr 22 
1 5
Talk by Murray Bovarnick as part of the series "Cooperation and Communication in Middle Management", 1957 Apr 22 
1 5
Summary of a conference on security personnel problems in US industry, 1957 Apr 25 
1 5
Talk by Laurence Michelmore on "The Coordination of International Aid" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact", 1957 Apr 30 
1 5
Announcement of summer courses for Summer 1957 term, 1957 May 
1 5
Talk by Joey Adams as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 May 2 
1 5
Talk by Ben Jacobson on "Finding Talent and Story Properties" as part of the series "Show Business: Work in Progress" by Bill Smith and Sidney Kaufman, 1957 May 3 
1 5
Panel discussion on "What Can the UN Do in the Present Crisis?" as part of a series of World Reports, 1957 May 8 
1 5
Announcement of a course by Stanley K. Babich in "Newspaper Advertising", 1957 May 8 
1 5
Announcement of a Script-Writing Clinic and Tryout Theater course by Flora Rheta Schreiber, 1957 May 9 
1 5
Announcement of two courses by John Cage, 1957 May 9 
1 5
Announcement of a course by Theodore S. Weiss on "The Individual Criminal: His Development and Characteristics", 1957 May 9 
1 5
Talk by Honorable Sir Leslie Munroe on "The Colombo Plan--An Example of International Cooperation" as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact", 1957 May 10 
1 5
Talk by Monroe L. Mendelsohn on "Research in International Communication" as part of the series "Information, Propaganda, and Public Opinion", 1957 May 14 
1 5
Talk by Myer Cohen as part of the series "International Aid: Its Range and Impact", 1957 May 14 
1 5
Announcement of a course by Assistant State Attorney General Ralph Ober on public relations and journalism, 1957 May 15 
1 5
Announcement of two workshops in jewelry by Yonny Segel, 1957 May 15 
1 5
Benefit sale held by Ellis Slatoff, 1957 May 21 
1 5
Announcement of the "Revolving Students' Voluntary Payment" plan, conceived by Mr. Sol Kittay, 1957 May 21 
1 5
Announcement of workshops by Camilo Egas, Manolo Pascual and Antonio Frasconi, 1957 May 28 
1 5
Announcement of a course by Marguerite Cartwright on "America's Stake in Africa", 1957 Jun 5 
1 5
Text of citation conferring the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws on William Hammatt Davis, 1957 Jun 11 
1 5
Lecture by Honorable Ralph Bunche to launch the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 13 
1 5
Report on the meeting of the Broaden Your Horizons by Travel Study Group, 1957 Jun 20 
1 5
Lecture by Clarence Holte on "Patterns of Comsumer Expenditures in Ghana" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 21 
1 5
Lecture by Mohammed Sharif on "Africa and the Bandung Conference" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 21 
1 5
Lecture by George D. Lamont on "US--African Foreign Policy" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 21 
1 5
Lecture by Julius Nyerere on "Colonialism in Africa" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 24 
1 5
Lecture by Xto Okajie on "Health in Africa" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 28 
1 5
Lecture by Wilfrid Benson on "Africa in the UN"as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jun 28 
1 5
Lectures by Robert O. Mensah and Keith Irvine as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jul 8 
1 5
Announcement of the appointment of Joseph R. Greenbaum as Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, 1957 Jul 8 
1 5
Lecture by Honorable Yacoub Osman on "Islam in Africa" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jul 8 
1 5
Lectures by Theodore Tucker and George K. Hunton as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jul 12 
1 5
Lecture by P.J.Nel on "South Africa and Apartheid" as part of the course on "America's Stake in Africa" by Marguerite Cartwright, 1957 Jul 19 
1 5
1957 Aug-Dec 
Announcement of the Louis Pink Lectures "The Economics of Peace" for 1957-1958, 1957 Aug 27 
1 6
Announcement of the establishment of a center for African studies, 1957 Aug 28 
1 6
Announcement of a series of talks on "What's New in Publishing?", 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of a course on disaster and how people take extreme events by Martha Wolfenstein, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of a course on adolescence by Rudolph Wittenberg, 1957 Sep 3 
1 6
Announcement of a course on current export-import practices and financing by Albert E. Meyer, 1957 Sep 4 
1 6
Announcement of a course on security values and market trends by Helen Slade, 1957 Sep 5 
1 6
Announcement of a series of lectures on self-understanding of man in contemporary thought by Paul Tillich, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of a series of lectures on the realm of the atom by Henry Margenau and Eugene Higgins, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of a course on "Comments and Recollections of a Music Critic" by Max Graf, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of two courses by John Cage, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of music courses by the Music Department, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of 28 art and photography courses, 1957 Sep 3 
1 6
Exhibition of paintings by disturbed children, 1957 Sep 3 
1 6
Announcement of two courses by Berenice Abbott and Joseph Breitenbach, 1957 Sep 
1 6
Announcement of new appointments, visiting scholars and promotions, 1957 Sep 6 
1 6
Announcement of a course by Marshall Stearns, 1957 Sep 6 
1 6
Ludwig Lowenstein awarded citation of merit, 1957 Sep 6 
1 6
Announcement of two Mozart and Bach concerts by Rudolf Serkin and Alexander Schneider, 1957 Sep 9 
1 6
Announcement of three workshops in the graphic arts, 1957 Sep 10 
1 6
Announcement of a course on public relations by Ralph Ober, 1957 Sep 10 
1 6
Announcement of two courses by Bernice Kamsler, 1957 Sep 11 
1 6
Announcement of a sculpting workshop by Jose de Creeft, 1957 Sep 11 
1 6
Announcement of courses of special interest to parents and teachers, 1957 Sep 13 
1 6
Announcement of a course on aging by I. Jack Fasteau, 1957 Sep 13 
1 6
Lecture by Sam Levenson on "A School Teacher in Show Business" as part of the course "Show Business: The Entertainment World" by Sidney Kaufman and Bill Smith, 1957 Sep 13 
1 6
Announcement of a television workshop by Harold Callen, 1957 Sep 17 
1 6
Talk by Algernon D. Black on "The Dynamics of Adult Education--A Re-Discovery of the Values of Life" as part of the Human Relations Workshops, 1957 Sep 19 
1 6
Panel discussion on "Africa--Its Past Glories and Present Promise" as opening of the Center for African Studies, 1957 Sep 19 
1 6
Announcement of two new appointments, 1957 Sep 27 
1 6
Announcement of a course on "Housing and City Development in the World" by Charles Abrams and Seymour Stillman, 1957 Sep 26 
1 6
Announcement of the new academic year, 1957 Aug 20-Sep 27 
1 6
Announcement of a group of courses on religion, 1957 Sep 27 
1 6
Panel discussion on "Report from Washington" as the first of seven World Reports, 1957 Oct 1 
1 6
Two talks by Abba Eban on Israel, 1957 Oct 1 
1 6
Announcements for the Labor Management Luncheon series, 1957 Oct 3-Nov 26 
1 6
Panel discussion on "Can Ghana Succeed" as part of a series of talks offered by the Center for African Studies, 1957 Oct 4 
1 6
Lecture by Norman Thomas on "How Shall We Best Deal with Domestic Communism?" as part of the course "Civil Liberty in America" by Will Maslow, 1957 Oct 11 
1 6
Lecture by Benjamin A. Cohen on "The Present Pattern of the United Nations" as part of a series on the United Nations, 1957 Oct 14 
1 6
Talk by Samuel R. Walker on "Real Estate and Inflation--New Horizons in Community Planning" as part of the series "Round Table for Business Executives", 1957 Oct 15 
1 6
Round table discussion on problems in making a living in Africa as part of the program of the Center for African Studies, 1957 Oct 15 
1 6
Announcement of a series of talks by Max Graf, "Comments and Recollections of a Music Critic", 1957 Oct 16 
1 6
Talk by Mitch Miller on "Record Hits--How and Why" as part of the course "Show Business: The Entertainment World" by Sidney Kaufman and Bill Smith, 1957 Oct 17 
1 6
Talk by Lloyd Shirer on "Tribal Housing in Ghana" as part of the course "Housing and City Development in the World" by Charles Abrams and Seymour Stillman, 1957 Oct 17 
1 6
Talk by Harlow Shapley on "Satellites, Natural and Man Made", 1957 Oct 24 
1 6
Panel discussion on "Moslem Challenge to Christianity in Black Africa" offered by the Center for African Studies, 1957 Oct 31 
1 6
Benefit exhibition and sale of two hundred contemporary American artists, 1957 Nov 
1 6
Thomas Hart Benton to restore his murals, 1957 Nov 1 
1 6
Talk by Gerard N.T. Widdrington "Report from Gaza" as part of a series on the United Nations, 1957 Nov 4 
1 6
Lecture by Richard Lewine on "Cinderella and Writing the Spectacular" as part of a course by Flora Rheta Schreiber, 1957 Nov 5 
1 6
Lecture by James P. Warburg on "Putting Teeth into the United Nations" as part of the Louis Pink Lectures, 1957 Nov 8 
1 6
Lecture by Phillip C. Jessup on "The United Nations and the Smaller Powers" as part of the course "The United Nations--Concept and Action" by Arno Huth, 1957 Nov 11 
1 6
Panel discussion on "Overpopulation as a Political Problem" as part of the World Reports series, 1957 Nov 11 
1 6
Talk by Charles Bockelman on "Atoms, Ether and Light Waves", 1957 Nov 15 
1 6
Robert Frost to read his poems, 1957 Nov 20 
1 6
Lecture by Sidney Hook on "Freedom, Determinism and Sentimentality" as part of the annual Horace M. Kallen Lectureship, 1957 Nov 21 
1 6
Weekly opera concert by Theora Pierce and Elisabeth Scadron, 1957 Nov 22 
1 6
Talk by Franz Pick and Sheldon V. Ekman as part of the series "Current Export-Import Practices and Financing" and session "The Investor's Tax Problems", 1957 Nov 27 
1 6
Talk by R.S.S. Gunewardene on "Major Issues Before the United Nations", 1957 Dec 4 
1 6
Film screening of "Hymn of the Nation" and talk by Frank Wigglesworth organized by the Human Relations Workshops, 1957 Dec 5 
1 6
Announcement of courses of special interest to parents and teachers for Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 10 
1 6
Announcement of 25 creative writing courses for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 10 
1 6
Announcement of a course on design by John F. Pile for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 10 
1 6
Announcement of two photography workshops by Berenice Abbott and Joseph Breitenbach for Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 10 
1 6
Announcement of 17 courses and workshops in music for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 11 
1 6
Announcement of course on "Composition" by John Cage for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 11 
1 6
Announcement of a course on "The Role of Jazz in American Culture" by Marshall Stearns for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 11 
1 6
Talk by Julien Bryan on "New Techniques in the Utilization of Films" as part of the series "Communication of Ideas", 1957 Dec 11 
1 6
Lecture by Hal Friedman on "Radio, Dinosaurs and TV" as part of the course "Show Business: The Entertainment World" by Sidney Kaufman and Bill Smith, 1957 Dec 13 
1 6
Address by August Heckscher on "The Changing American Scene" to the Alumni Association, 1957 Dec 13 
1 6
Announcement of a series of talks on "Women and Money" sponsored by the New School Associates, 1957 Dec 
1 6
Talk by Halbert L. Dunn to open the series "The Health Process: High-Level Wellness for Man and Society", 1957 Dec 
1 6
Announcement of a course on "The Petroleum Industry" by Alexander Melamid for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 
1 6
Announcement of a course on "Computers and Automation" by Rudolph E. Hirsch for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 17-1958 Jan 10 
1 6
Announcement of 30 art workshops for the Spring 1958 term, 1957 Dec 
1 6
1958 Jan-Jul 
Announcements of panel discussions as part of series "World Reports", 1958 Jan 6-Apr 27 
1 7
Announcement of courses in public relations, newspaper advertising, publicity reading and copy writing, 1958 Jan 7-Jan 16 
1 7
Announcement of 30 art workshops, 1958 Jan 9 
1 7
Announcements for a course on "The International Petroleum Industry" by Alexander Melamid, 1958 Jan 9-Mar 25 
1 7
Announcement of 12 courses offered by Business Administration Center of the NSSR, 1958 Jan 14 
1 7
Announcement of 17 music courses and workshops, 1958 Jan 16 
1 7
Announcement of a course on "Mutual Funds and Investment Companies" by Leo Barnes, 1958 Jan 17 
1 7
Announcements for series of lectures on "New Practices in Business Financing" organized by Albert E. Meyer, 1958 Jan 20-Apr 
1 7
Announcements for course "Script Writing Clinic" by Flora Rheta Schreiber, 1958 Jan 20-Apr 25 
1 7
Announcements for Labor-Management Luncheon series, 1958 Jan 20-Apr 29 
1 7
Announcements for courses by Arno Huth, 1958 Jan 20-Apr 25 
1 7
Announcement of workshops on "Playing the Recorder" by Reba Paeff Mirsky and Claudia Lyon, 1958 Jan 22 
1 7
Announcement of courses "The Awakening of the Oriental Women" by Harry Emerson Wildes and "Women and Men" by M.F. Ashley Montagu, 1958 Jan 22 
1 7
Announcement of "Television Writing Workshop" by Harold Callen, 1958 Jan 22 
1 7
Announcement of "Chamber Music Workshop" by Emil Hauser and Imre Pogany, 1958 Jan 22 
1 7
Announcement of course "Materials and Techniques of Creative Painting" by Ralph Mayer, 1958 Jan 23 
1 7
Announcements for courses by Helen Slade, 1958 Jan 24-Apr 17 
1 7
Announcement of two courses by Gilda A. Molina, 1958 Jan 28 
1 7
Announcement of course on "New York in the Making" by Moses Rischin, 1958 Jan 28 
1 7
Announcement of course "The Theater from Both Sides of the Footlight" by Wilson Lehr, 1958 Jan 29 
1 7
Announcements for the Center for African Studies, 1958 Jan 30-Apr 24 
1 7
Announcements for course "Show Business: The Entertainment World" by Sidney Kaufman and Bill Smith, 1958 Jan 30-Apr 25 
1 7
Announcement of course "History of Chinese Art and Culture" by Ch'u Chai, 1958 Jan 31 
1 7
Talk by Caroline K. Simon on "Adventures in Education" to open the Human Relations Workshops of the New School, 1958 Jan 31 
1 7
Announcement of course "Modern Business Economics in Industry and Trade" by Julius Hirsch, 1958 Feb 3-6 
1 7
Announcement of the seventh annual meeting of the Alumni Association, 1958 Feb 5 
1 7
Announcement of language workshops, 1958 Feb 5 
1 7
Announcements for the Eduard C. Lindeman lecture series on "Have We Lost Our Moral Moorings", 1958 Feb 7-Mar 12 
1 7
Announcement of the opening of the Spring term of NSSR, 1958 Feb 7 
1 7
Announcement of program of Contemporary Choral and Chamber Music by Ernst Krenek and Ben Weber, 1958 Feb 11 
1 7
Announcements for series of weekly opera concerts by Fritz Kramer and Franzi Ascher, 1958 Feb 13-May 15 
1 7
Announcement for luncheon series "Round Tables for Business Executives" by Julius Hirsch and Albert E. Meyer, 1958 Feb 13 
1 7
Announcements for series "The Dance as Theatrical Experience" by Walter Sorell, 1958 Feb 17-Apr 16 
1 7
Two talks by Ahmed Bokhari on the UN, 1958 Feb 26-Mar 27 
1 7
Ernest T. Ferand to be visiting professor at University of Cologne in Germany, 1958 Mar 3 
1 7
Announcement of the benefit series of visits to homes of art collectors, 1958 Mar 6-18 
1 7
Werner Marx to be visiting professor at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, 1958 Mar 18 
1 7
Note to Dr. Theodore Weiss regarding the promotion of his summer courses, 1958 Mar 20 
1 7
Announcement of 8 creative writing courses for the Summer 1958 term, 1958 Mar 21-24 
1 7
Announcements of courses by John Cage, Otto Deri. Erich Katz, Gilman Collier for the Summer 1958 term, 1958 Mar 21-Jun 17 
1 7
Announcements of art workshops for the Summer 1958 term, 1958 Mar 21-May 20 
1 7
Dimitri Mitropoulos to continue discussion on "Music and Modern Society", 1958 Apr 1 
1 7
Talks by William T. Kirk and Kariuki Njiiri at the Human Relations Workshops, 1958 Apr 10-11 
1 7
Lecture by Paul Tillich as part of his spring series on contemporary thought, 1958 Apr 15 
1 7
Announcement of "Workshop in Projective Methods for the Study of Personality" by Florence B. Miale and Camilla Kempe for Summer 1958 term, 1958 Apr 15 
1 7
List of creative writing courses for the academic year 1958-1959, 1958 Apr 16 
1 7
Talk by Moris Davidson on "Abstract Painting and the Philosophy of Negativism", 1958 May 1 
1 7
Exhibition of Berenice Abbott's students, 1958 May 5 
1 7
Announcement of a seminar on the Middle East with sessions abroad by Alexander Melamid for the Summer 1958 term, 1958 May 5 
1 7
Five new members to Executive Council of the New School Associates, 1958 May 6 
1 7
Mrs. Jerome Gordon reelected Vice Chairman of Executive Council of the New School Associates, 1958 May 6 
1 7
Correspondence regarding a course on "The Sexual Deviate in New York City" by Theodore S. Weiss for the Summer 1958 term, 1958 May 7-12 
1 7
Announcement of a course on "Fundamentals of Photography" by Arnold Eagle for the Summer 1958 term, 1958 May 12 
1 7
Talk by Robert Motherwell on "Origins of Abstract Expressionism", 1958 May 13 
1 7
Announcement of the Summer 1958 term, 1958 May 20 
1 7
Announcements for course "Masterpieces of the 20th Century" by Henry Cowell, 1958 May 8-20 
1 7
Announcement of a conference "The State of Mathematization of the Social Sciences", 1958 May 21 
1 7
Announcement of Special Convocation in honor of Theodore Heuss, 1958 Jun 17-20 
1 7
Address by Edward R. Murrow and James Reston of trustees luncheon, 1958 Jun 19 
1 7
Announcements for summer courses by Arno Huth, 1958 Jul 2 
1 7
Promotion for a course taught by Broadus Mitchell, 1958 Jul 14 
1 7
Printing request for summer catalogue by Agnes de Lima to Robert Stillman, 1958 May 9-22 
1 7
1958 Oct-Dec 
Announcements of concerts of the 1958-1959 season, 1958 Sep 29-Dec 2 
1 8
Announcement of appointment of Robert M. Friedberg as director of Information, 1958 Oct 21 
1 8
Announcement for "Round Tables for Business Executives" by Julius Hirsch, 1958 Oct 24-Nov 6 
1 8
Announcement for workshop "Major Trends in the News" by Max H. Siegel, 1958 Oct 24 
1 8
Announcements for Fall courses by Arno Huth, 1958 Oct 27-Dec 5 
1 8
Announcement of a lecture by Eric Sevareid, 1958 Oct 28-Nov 11 
1 8
Announcements for course "Show Business and Social Order" by Sidney Kaufman and Bill Smith,1958 Oct 30 
1 8
Announcement for monthly talks by Will Maslow, 1958 Oct 31 
1 8
Announcements for lecture series "Propaganda, Persuasion and Politics", 1958 Oct 31-Nov 14 
1 8
Exhibition of Esphyr Slobodkina, 1958 Nov 4 
1 8
Summaries of articles by David J. Saposs ad Alvin W. Rose published in fall issue of Social Research, 1958 Nov 5-7 
1 8
Talk by Abraham Stone on "Women Around the World" as part of Human Relations Workshops, 1958 Nov 5 
1 8
Robert Frost to read his poems, 1958 Nov 5-6 
1 8
Announcement of two informal talks by Dimitri Mitropoulos on "Music and Modern Society", 1958 Nov 11 
1 8
Announcements for the Center for African Studies, 1958 Nov 20 
1 8
Announcement of publication New Voices 3, student anthology, 1958 Nov 21 
1 8
Announcements for the course "Current Export-Import Practices and Financing", 1958 Nov 26-Dec 5 
1 8
Two talks by James R. Watson and Julius J. Manson as part of Labor-Management Luncheon series, 1958 Dec 2 
1 8
Tree planting in honor of Alvin Johnson and 40th Anniversary Year of the New School, 1958 Dec 12-18 
1 8
1959 Jan-Feb 
Talk by Nahum Goldmann on "The Middle East, the West, and the Peace of the World", 1959 Jan 5-9 
1 9
Announcement of expansion of Labor Education Center, 1959 Jan 16 
1 9
Series of lectures on basic research in biology for laymen, 1959 Jan 19 
1 9
Announcement of David Abrahamsen as visiting professor, 1959 Jan 21 
1 9
Edmond Cahn to deliver annual Horace M. Kallen Lecture on "The Consumers of Injustice", 1959 Jan 21 
1 9
Announcement of course "New and Unique Rights of the Person: Protection of the Individual in Modern Society" by Warren Freedman, 1959 Jan 22 
1 9
Announcement of the Helen Slade Memorial Lectures series for the Spring 1959 term, 1959 Jan 23 
1 9
Announcements of courses of special interest for parents and teachers, 1959 Jan 26 
1 9
Announcement of photography courses for Spring 1959 term, 1959 Jan 27 
1 9
Announcement of Egon Schwelb as visiting professor, 1959 Jan 28 
1 9
Announcement of the Annual Founders' Day Forum by New School Associates, 1959 Jan 29-Feb 5 
1 9
Announcement of course "The Failure of US Public Relations--Its Causes and Effects" by Ralph Ober, 1959 Jan 30 
1 9
Panel discussion "A New Look on Marriage" by the Human Relations Workshop, 1959 Jan 30 
1 9
Announcement of a concert by Alexander Schneider and Leon Kirchner, 1959 Feb 
1 9
Report on Belle Binswanger, the oldest student of the New School, 1959 Feb 6 
1 9
Exhibition of prints by Moishe Smith, 1959 Feb 11 
1 9
Announcement of John P. Wheeler, Jr. as visiting professor, 1959 Feb 11 
1 9
Announcements for the Labor-Management Luncheon series, 1959 Feb 13-Mar 20 
1 9
Announcement of course "Mutual Funds and Investment Companies: Workshop for Investors and Investment Advisers" by Leo Barnes, 1959 Feb 13 
1 9
Announcement for series "Creating a Better World" by Arno Huth, 1959 Feb 16 
1 9
Conference "Modern Knowledge and the Control of Man", 1959 Feb 19-26 
1 9
Summary of a report on results of International Geophysical Year, 1959 Feb 27-Mar 3 
1 9
1959 Mar-May 
Announcements on the 25th Anniversary Dinner of the Graduate Faculty, 1959 Mar 5-Apr 6 
1 10
Letter of Oscar Ornati to editors, 1959 Mar 9 
1 10
Announcement of appointment of Curtis Roosevelt as vice president of the NSSR, 1959 Mar 10 
1 10
Announcements for the Center for African Studies, 1959 Mar 11-May 22 
1 10
Announcement of Anniversary Concert by Alexander Schneider, 1959 Mar 12 
1 10
Lecture on Sholem Aleichem by Hasye Cooperman, 1959 Mar 16 
1 10
Address by Karl Brandt on "The Population Capacity of the World's Agriculture" at the Alumni Association Anniversary Luncheon, 1959 Mar 16 
1 10
Screening of two films about Soviet Union by Albert Maysles organized by New School Associates, 1959 Mar 23 
1 10
Announcement of appointment of Henry David as dean of the Graduate Faculty, 1959 Apr 1 
1 10
Exhibition of the works by David Lang, 1959 Apr 7 
1 10
Announcements for the courses by Arno Huth, 1959 Apr 7-May 8 
1 10
Announcement of receptions at collector's home as part of the Spring Art Series, 1959 Apr 8-May 8 
1 10
Announcements of two benefit concerts by Rudolf Serkin, 1959 Apr 24-May 6 
1 10
Announcement of "A Concert in Tribute to Blanche Walton", 1959 Apr 8 
1 10
Announcement of 7th Annual International Evening sponsored by the New School Cosmopolitan Club, 1959 Apr 20 
1 10
Announcement of demonstration of stereoscopic photos of the school by Lisa Obert, 1959 Apr 28 
1 10
Announcement of discussion "Modern Women: Wife, Mother, and Executive" organized by the Human Relations Workshop, 1959 Apr 30 
1 10
Announcement of screening of two films as part of course by Ruth Florsheim, 1959 May 4 
1 10
Announcement of lecture by Wallingford Riegger as part of course by Henry Cowell, 1959 May 4 
1 10
Announcement for the Labor--Management Luncheon, 1959 May 8 
1 10
Announcements of naming ceremonies of the Johnson, Kaplan and List buildings, 1959 May 11-14 
1 10
Announcement of Erwin S. Wolfson as elected member of Board of Trustees, 1959 May 13 
1 10
Exhibition of photos by Berenice Abbott, 1959 May 14 
1 10
Announcement of recipients of honorary degrees at Fortieth Anniversary Commencement of the NSSR, 1959 May 20 
1 10
Summary of a talk by Asoka Mehta, 1959 May 22-27 
1 10
Announcement of Otto L. Kramer as elected chairman of the New School Associates, 1959 May 27 
1 10
Announcement of Charles Van Doren to have been awarded at dinner of Human Relations Workshop, 1959 May 29 
1 10
1959 Jun-Sep 
Announcements for the Fortieth Anniversary Commencement, 1959 June 2-8 
1 11
Announcement of appointment of Roma Lipsky as Director of Public Information, 1959 Jul 2 
1 11
Announcement of unique grants to five foreign students, 1959 Jul 9 
1 11
Announcement of increased summer registration by Hans Simons, 1959 Jul 9 
1 11
Announcemens for the Center for African Studies, 1959 Jul 17 
1 11
Announcement of alumna Cynthia Park Christy to receive Fulbright Scholarship, 1959 Aug 21 
1 11
Announcement of course "Managing Your Money: Investing in Today's Markets" by A. Wilfred May, 1959 Aug 24 
1 11
Announcement of course "Mushroom Identification" by John Cage and Guy Nearing, 1959 Aug 26 
1 11
Announcement of new fall catalog and fall 1959 semester, 1959 Sep 1 
1 11
Announcement of course "Electronic Music" by Richard Maxfield, 1959 Sep 7 
1 11
Announcement of workshop on mutual funds and investment companies by Leo Barnes, 1959 Sep 8 
1 11
Exhibition of paintings by Irma Davis, 1959 Sep 11 
1 11
Summary of talk by Harry Fleischman, 1959 Sep 11 
1 11
Announcement of class in contemporary dance by Midi Garth, 1959 Sep 17 
1 11
Announcement of workshop "Women in Contemporary America" by Helen Shell and Human Relations Workshops, 1959 Sep 17 
1 11
Announcement of the beginning of the Fall 1959 semester, 1959 Sep 18 
1 11
Announcement of benefit performance of Sound of Music, 1959 Sep 21 
1 11
Announcements for course "The Individual in Show Business" by Bill Smith, 1959 Sep 22 
1 11
Announcement of reception to honor Henry David, 1959 Sep 23 
1 11
Announcement of concert by Rudolf Serkin, 1959 Sep 23-Oct 13 
1 11
Summary of testimony by Oscar Ornati on trade-union impact on economy, 1959 Sep 25 
1 11
Announcement of publication of monthly calendar of events, 1959 Sep 28 
1 11
Announcement of talk by Margaret Mead as part of series "Change Within One Generation", 1959 Sep 29-1960 Jan 5 
1 11
1959 Oct-Dec 
Announcement of report on trip to Russia and Europe by Carl Sandburg and Edward Steichen, 1959 Oct 1 
1 12
Announcement of a course on Yiddish literature by Hayse Cooperman Minkoff, 1959 Oct 5 
1 12
Announcements for courses by Arno Huth, 1959 Oct 6-Nov 5 
1 12
Announcements for Labor-Management Luncheon series for 1959-1960, 1959 Oct 8-Dec 16 
1 12
Announcement of committee to celebrate twenty years of French-American scholarship, 1959 Oct 12 
1 12
Announcement of course "Molders of the Modern Mind" by Saul Padover, 1959 Oct 12 
1 12
Announcements for the Center of African Studies, 1959 Oct 12-24 
1 12
Announcement of lecture series "The Heresies of an Intellectual" by Leo Rosten, 1959 Oct 15 
1 12
Announcement of a dinner forum on "Contemporary American Opera" by the New School Associates, 1959 Oct 16-23 
1 12
Announcement of seminar "Human Values in Management" by Alfred J. Marrow, 1959 Oct 14 
1 12
Announcement of reading of letters of famous women by Hilda Simms, 1959 Oct 22 
1 12
Outline of a talk "Problems of the Married Woman at Home" by Mary Osborne at the Human Relations Workshops, 1959 Oct 22 
1 12
Publication of calendar of special events for November, 1959 Oct 26 
1 12
Announcement of a recital by Alexander Schneider, 1959 Oct 28 
1 12
Exhibition of paintings by Lillian Paley sponsored by the New School Associates, 1959 Oct 30 
1 12
Announcement of theater performance "Ben Hur" by the Human Relations Workshops, 1959 Oct 30 
1 12
Announcement of a conference on "The Goals of Higher Adult Education", 1959 Nov 9-Dec 15 
1 12
Announcement of two talks by Alan W. Watts as part of lecture program "Aspects of Taoism and Zen", 1959 Nov 9 
1 12
Announcement of a contemporary chamber music concert by the Lenox Quartet, 1959 Nov 10 
1 12
Announcements for a concert by Peter Serkin, Alexander Schneider and his Chamber Orchestra, 1959 Nov 13-20 
1 12
Talk by Hubert H. Humphrey on adult education, 1959 Nov 23-Dec 7 
1 12
Publication of calendar of special events for December, 1959 Nov 23 
1 12
Announcement of concert honoring Luigi Dallapiccola, 1959 Nov 25 
1 12
Exhibition of wood block prints by the Japan Graphic Art Association, 1959 Dec 7 
1 12
Annnouncement of panel discussion and recording of WOR radio with George Kuttickal Chacko, 1959 Dec 10 
1 12
Excerpts from remarks by Lillian M. Gilbreth to "Wisdom of Life" class, 1959 Dec 14 
1 12
Announcement of a dinner celebration of 85th birthday of Alvin Johnson, 1959 Dec 14 
1 12
1960 Jan-Mar 
Announcement of "Artists' Choice" concert series, 1960 Jan 8 
1 13
Announcement of Round Tables for Business Executives by Julius Hirsch, 1960 Jan 11 
1 13
Exhibition of works by Mary Urban, 1960 Jan 12 
1 13
Announcement of a course on Yiddish literature by Hayse Cooperman Minkoff, 1960 Jan 19 
1 13
Announcement of a talk by Lena Levine on "The Challenge of Marriage" at Human Relations Workshops, 1960 Jan 21 
1 13
Announcement of course on investment techniques by Leo Barnes, 1960 Jan 26 
1 13
Announcement of course "Social Research with Photography" by Marion Palfi, 1960 Jan 27 
1 13
Announcement of Second Annual Founder's Day Dinner Forum and panel on architecture, 1960 Jan 27 
1 13
Announcements for course "Managing New York City" by Alfred J. Marrow, 1960 Jan 28-May 18 
1 13
Announcement of Saul K. Padover visiting professor at Imperial University in Tokyo, and University of Malaya, 1960 Feb 
1 13
Announcement of publication reception honoring Robert L. Heilbroner, 1960 Feb 
1 13
Announcement of course "Women and Money", 1960 Feb 2 
1 13
Announcements for "Helen Slade Memorial Lectures" by Lancaster M. Greene and Henry Slade Sanders, 1960 Feb 2-Apr 8 
1 13
Announcement of James E. Truex as Acting Director of Public Information, 1960 Feb 4 
1 13
Announcement for course "The Individual in Show Business", 1960 Feb 5 
1 13
Announcements for Labor-Management Luncheon series chaired by Julius J. Manson, 1960 Feb 5-May 20 
1 13
Announcement of concert by Maria Stader and Alexander Schneider and his orchestra, 1960 Feb 7 
1 13
Announcement of five-year purchasing and exhibition program financed by Albert A. List Foundation, 1960 Feb 9 
1 13
Announcement of recital by Walter Trampler, 1960 Feb 12 
1 13
Exhibition of paintings by Nancy S. Kuller organized by The New School Associates, 1960 Feb 19 
1 13
Exhibition of members of the Art Department, announcement of $5,000 purchase prize, 1960 Feb 26-Mar 16 
1 13
Announcement of results of survey on student attitudes toward Greenwich Village, 1960 Feb 8 
1 13
Announcements for course "Women Today: New Roles in a Changing Society" by Helen Shell, 1960 Mar 9 
1 13
Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by David Finn sponsored by The New School Associates, 1960 Mar 15 
1 13
Management and Labor join in tribute to Sidney Hillman, 1960 Mar 17 
1 13
Lecture by Vladimir Dedijer on "The Summit and the United Nations", 1960 Mar 17 
1 13
New School announces Tryout Theater, 1960 Mar 18 
1 13
Announcement of Chekhov Celebration and performance, 1960 Mar 22 
1 13
Announcement of memorial award honoring Albert Camus, 1960 Mar 30 
1 13
Exhibition of photographs by Henry Sarason, 1960 Mar 30 
1 13
1960 Apr-Sep 
Announcement of lecture series "The Problem of Control", 1960 Apr 8 
1 14
Announcement for course "The Poet's Choice" by Lloyd Frankenberg, 1960 Apr 11-May 9 
1 14
Announcement of concert of pieces by Alvin Epstein and Julian Orbon, 1960 Apr 11 
1 14
Announcement for course by Arno Huth, 1960 Apr 21 
1 14
Announcement of course "Dance Appreciation through Participation" by Marva Spelman for Summer 1960 term, 1960 Apr 28 
1 14
Announcement of Fifth Annual International Evening, 1960 Apr 28 
1 14
Announcement recital by Severino Gazzelloni, 1960 Apr 29 
1 14
Announcement of the appointment of Abbott Kaplan as President, 1960 Apr 
1 14
Announcement of series of discussions by the Human Relations Workshops, 1960 May 5 
1 14
Announcement of four courses on election issues for the Summer 1960 term, 1960 May 6 
1 14
Announcement for lecture series "Wisdom of Life", 1960 May 10 
1 14
Announcement of Year-end Dinner of Human Relations Workshops, 1960 May 10 
1 14
Announcement of two courses by Jacob Wittner and Alphonso Castagno, 1960 May 20 
1 14
Announcements for The New School Commencement Exercises, 1960 May 23 
1 14
Announcement of two photography courses for the Summer 1960 term by Marion Palfi, 1960 May 26 
1 14
Announcement of course "The Economic and Political Geography of Greater New York" for the Summer 1960 term by M. Daniel Tatkon, 1960 Jun 1 
1 14
Announcement of Fred Kersten as recipient of the Hiram J. Halle Fellowship, 1960 Jun 14 
1 14
Announcement of Lloyd Kaufman as recipient of Graduate Faculty Alumni Award, 1960 Jun 15 
1 14
Announcement of appointment of Arthur J. Vidich, Thomas T. Luckmann, and David Schwartzman, 1960 Jun 22 
1 14
Announcement of salary and tuition increase, 1960 Jun 28 
1 14
Announcement of the new record for the number of registrations for the summer of 1959, 1960 June 28 
1 14
Announcements for course "Public Relations for Volunteers" by Dorothy Ducas for Fall 1960 term, 1960 Aug 4-Oct 26 
1 14
Announcements for course "Managing Your Money: Investment in Today's Markets" by Wilfred A. May and Peter L. Bernstein for Fall 1960 term, 1960 Aug 9-Oct 25 
1 14
Announcements for course on theories and techniques of advertisement by Henry A. Linet for Fall 1960 term, 1960 Aug 9-Dec 8 
1 14
Announcement of course "Gourmet Explorations" by Rosetta Reitz for Fall 1960 term, 1960 Aug 18 
1 14
Announcement of course on horticulture and botany by Elizabeth Grinnell for Fall 1960 term, 1960 Aug 24 
1 14
Exhibition of paintings by Frederick Serger, 1960 Sep 8 
1 14
Announcements for series of Human Relations Workshops, 1960 Sep 9 
1 14
Announcement of 6 new instructors for Workshops in the Fine and Applied Arts, 1960 Sep 12 
1 14
Announcements for course "Molders of the Modern World", 1960 Sep 12-14 
1 14
Announcement of benefit performance of "Laurette" starring Judy Holliday, 1960 Sep 13 
1 14
Announcement of dance course by Midi Garth, 1960 Sep 14 
1 14
Announcement of course "The American Political Party and the Professional Politician" by Julia L. Crews, 1960 Sep 16 
1 14
Announcement of Fall 1960 semester, 1960 Sep 16 
1 14
Announcements for the Labor-Management Luncheon series, 1960 Sep 23-Nov 16 
1 14
Announcement of photography course by Marion Palfi, 1960 Sep 23 
1 14
Announcement of series of chamber orchestra concerts directed by Alexander Schneider, 1960 Sep 23 
1 14
Announcement of Chamber Music Workshop by Emil Hause, 1960 Sep 23 
1 14
Announcement of course "New Opportunities, Interests, Activities" by Helen Shell and Patricia Williams, 1960 Sep 24 
1 14
Announcements for course "Molders of the Modern World", 1960 Sep 28-Oct 26 
1 14
Announcement of results of presidential straw poll among students by Ralph Ober, 1960 Sep 28 
1 14
1960 Oct-Dec 
Announcement for "Artists' Choice" concert series, 1960 Oct 14-Dec 20 
1 15
Annnouncements for course "Script Writing Clinic" by Flora Rheta Schreiber, 1960 Oct 5-Dec 8 
1 15
Announcement for lecture series "Fragments of a Philosophy of Life", 1960 Oct 13 
1 15
Announcement for "Workshop on Business Forecast" by Julius Hirsch, 1960 Oct 14 
1 15
Announcement of forum on world's future, 1960 Oct 26 
1 15
Announcement of talk by Edouard Morot-Sir, 1960 Oct 26 
1 15
Announcement of a talk by George E. Shea, 1960 Oct 26 
1 15
Announcement of course "Business Communications: The Strategy of the Market Place" by William M. Freeman, 1960 Nov 
1 15
Announcements for course "Current Export-Import Practices and Financing" by Albert E. Meyer, 1960 Nov 11 
1 15
Announcement of a talk on Ben Gurion by Avraham Harman, 1960 Nov 9 
1 15
Announcement for course "The Role of Jazz in American Culture" by Marshall Stearns, 1960 Nov 3 
1 15
Announcement of lecture "The Experience of Relativity in Zen" by Alan Watts, 1960 Nov 3 
1 15
Announcement of a concert commemorating Alban Berg, 1960 Nov 11 
1 15
Announcement of a recital by Charles McCracken and Lucy Greene, 1960 Nov 11 
1 15
Announcement for course by Arno Huth, 1960 Nov 13 
1 15
Exhibition of works by members of Atelier Torres-Garcia, 1960 Nov 15-Dec 
1 15
Announcement of conference to assist women to use their talents and energies, organized by Human Relations Workshops, 1960 Nov 16 
1 15
Exhibition of sculpture by Jan Peter Stern sponsored by the New School Associates, 1960 Nov 21 
1 15
Announcement for course "Music of the World's People", 1960 Nov 21 
1 15
Announcement of a concert by Peter Serkin, 1960 Nov 23 
1 15
Exhibition of photographs by Joseph Breitenbach, 1960 Nov 29-Dec 14 
1 15
Announcement of a "Year-end Tax Forum", 1960 Nov 30 
1 15
Announcement of a talk on "Cuba and United States Policy in Latin America", 1960 Nov 30 
1 15
Announcement of Horace M. Kallen Lecture for 1960 by Robert Ulich, 1960 Nov 30 
1 15
Announcement of two off-Broadway benefit performances, sponsored by the New School Associates, 1960 Dec 6 
1 15
Announcement of organization of the New School Art Center, 1960 Dec 14-20 
1 15
PR#1293 Organization of New School Art Center, 1960 Dec 19 
Announcement of lecture on Ghana by Hugh C. Brooks of the Center for African Studies, 1960 Dec 14 
1 15
Announcement of series of lectures "The Living System" by Rene Dubos and Paul Weiss, 1960 Dec 22 
1 15
Exhibition of "Recent Drawings by New York Artists" by the Art Center, 1960 Dec 30 
1 15
Announcement of series on Art and Contemporary Culture by Art Center, 1960 Dec 30 
1 15
1960-1961 Special to the Locals 
Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Rae Sturm Rosenblum, 1960 Nov 
1 16
Report of Christmas-Channukah Party for foreign students, 1960 Dec 
1 16
Announcement of series of talk on art by James Johnson Sweeney, 1961 Jan 
1 16
Exhibition of works of Sara Greenspan, 1961 Jan 
1 16
Announcement for course on "Africa, Asia and the United Nations" by Arno Huth, 1961 Jan 6 
1 16
Announcement of the Spring 1961 term, 1961 Jan 19 
1 16
Report of a welcome party by Saul K. Padover, 1961 Feb 6 
1 16
Announcement of talk by Saul K. Padover on "The Emergence of the Chinese Giant" as part of Lindeman Luncheon Lecture series, 1961 Mar 
1 16
Announcement for the series "The Living System", 1961 Mar 
1 16
1961 Jan-Mar 
Announcement of 29 art workshops for Spring 1961 term, 1961 Jan 
1 17
Announcement of luncheon-lectures series "Women and Money", 1961 Jan 5-26 
1 17
Announcement for luncheon series "Round Tables for Business -- New Horizons in Business" by Julius Hirsch, 1961 Jan 5-Mar 23 
1 17
Announcements for courses by Arno Huth, 1961 Jan 9-Mar 
1 17
Announcement for course on advertising by Henry A. Linet, 1961 Jan 11 
1 17
Announcement of course on "Constitutional Law" by Lewis Orgel, 1961 Jan 12 
1 17
Announcement of course "Advanced Investment Techniques" by Leo Barnes, 1961 Jan 13 
1 17
Announcement for Human Relations Workshops, 1961 Jan 13-20 
1 17
Announcements for appointment of Henry David as president, 1961 Jan 18-Mar 19 
1 17
Announcements for Labor-Management Luncheon series, 1961 Jan 17-Apr 18 
1 17
Announcement of lecture discussion "The Meaning of Movement" by Betty Meredith-Jones, 1961 Jan 18 
1 17
Announcement of three photography courses, 1961 Jan 24 
1 17
Exhibition of paintings by Harriet H. Jonas organized by the New School Associates, 1961 Jan 24 
1 17
Announcement of course "The Space Age and the Laymen" by Gus W. Weiss, Jr., 1961 Jan 25 
1 17
Announcement of series of talks "Forum on Soviet Union", 1961 Jan 25 
1 17
Announcements for course "The Living System" by Paul Weiss, 1961 Jan 26-Feb 21 
1 17
Announcements for series "American TV, Basic Issues" by Richard Heffner, 1961 Jan 27-Feb 6 
1 17
Announcement of course "Electronic Music" by Richard Maxfield, 1961 Jan 27 
1 17
Announcement of 19 workshops in music for Spring 1961 term, 1961 Jan 30 
1 17
Announcement of beginning of Spring 1961 term, 1961 Feb 2 
1 17
Announcement of three courses in investment and security analysis by the Business Administration Center for Spring 1961, 1961 Feb 3 
1 17
Announcement of three courses by Ernest T. Ferand for Spring 1961 term, 1961 Feb 6 
1 17
Annoncement of concert by Beaux Arts String Quartet, 1961 Feb 6-10 
1 17
Announcement of Annual Lindeman luncheon lectures by Saul K. Padover, 1961 Feb 9 
1 17
Announcements for course "The Individual in Show Business" by William Smith, 1961 Feb 9-Mar 22 
1 17
Announcement of panel discussion "Training Africans for Immediate Responsibility" by Center for African Studies, 1961 Feb 10 
1 17
Exhibition of photographs by Marion Palfi, 1961 Feb 6 
1 17
Announcement of a 6-week tour to Europe organized by the New School Associates, 1961 Feb 16 
1 17
Announcement of concert by Takeichiro Hirai, 1961 Feb 16 
1 17
Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Irma Rothstein organized by the New School Associates, 1961 Feb 16 
1 17
Announcements for luncheon to honor Max Bauer, 1961 Feb 16-Mar 1 
1 17
Announcement of three talks by Center for African Studies, 1961 Mar 
1 17
Announcement for series "Personal Investment Problems" by Jerome B. Cohen, 1961 Mar 3-13 
1 17
Announcements for talk by E. H. Gombrich on "Communication and Expression in Art", 1961 Mar 6-27 
1 17
Public Information Director named by New School for Social Research, 1961 Mar 6 
1 17
Announcement of talk by Jane Reinach at Human Relations Workshop, 1961 Mar 13 
1 17
Announcement of a talk by Norman Thomas on "Towards Total Disarmament" organized by The New School Student Organization, 1961 Mar 
1 17
Lisa Lane prepares to play "shahch maht", 1961 Mar 17 
1 17
This Week at the NSSR, 1961 Mar 17 
1 17
Exhibition of drawings and talk by Frederick Franck organized by the New School Student Organization, 1961 Mar 17 
1 17
Announcement of course by Alan W. Watts on religion and language, 1961 Mar 17 
1 17
Announcement for series "Major Motifs of Biblical Faith" by James Muilenburg, 1961 Mar 20 
1 17
Exhibition of sculpture by Elizabeth Halsey organized by the New School Associates, 1961 Mar 20 
1 17
Announcement of course "Practical Horticulture and Botany" by Elizabeth Grinnell, 1961 Mar 22 
1 17
Announcement of course "Broadening Your Horizon" by Stella Sweeting Fogelman sponsored by Human Relations Workshops, 1961 Mar 27 
1 17
Announcement of poetry reading and personal reflections by Robert Frost, 1961 Mar 27 
1 17
1961 Apr-Jun 
Opportunities for women in business and community to be subject of day-long workshop at New School, 1961 Apr 
1 18
Announcement of 7 workshops in fine and applied arts for Summer 1961 term, 1961 Apr 3 
1 18
New School Graduate Faculty schedules summer courses for social science teachers, 1961 Apr 3 
1 18
'Deep Haven', new play by Cornell Lengyel, to be presented at New School, April 11, 1961 Apr 7 
1 18
Symposium on personal investment planning, 1961 Apr 7 
1 18
Announcement for course on business communication by William M. Freeman, 1961 Apr 7 
1 18
Exhibition of color photography, 1961 Apr 10 
1 18
Art exhibition at the New School to reveal "The Creative Process", 1961 Apr 13 
1 18
Russian experiment in 'communism' at Baku Foundry revealed by Rutgers scholar in Social Research, 1961 Apr 20 
1 18
Benefit performance of 'Hamlet' planned by New School Associates, 1961 Apr 21 
1 18
New School Associates slate three visits to private art collections, 1961 Apr 25 
1 18
Entertainment from many lands to highlight 'International Night' at New School, May 5, 1961 Apr 27 
1 18
Elath to lecture at The New School June 8, 1961 May 
1 18
Summer course on 'The Family' to be given at The New School, 1961 May 
1 18
Queens man named Fulbright Professor, 1961 May 
1 18
New School theater tryout for 'The Newspaper' by Milton Kramer, veteran radio scriptwriter, 1961 May 
1 18
'Dances of the World's Peoples' in New School Auditorium, May 24, 1961 May 1 
1 18
Paintings by John J. Meyers to be shown at New School, 1961 May 4 
1 18
New School professor named New York State arbitrator, 1961 May 4 
1 18
Trio to perform new and rare works at New School May 12, 1961 May 9 
1 18
'Grand Voyeur', satiric commedy by Martha Monigle to be offered by Tryout Theater at The New School, 1961 May 16 
1 18
Twenty-Fifth Commencement Exercises of New School for Social Research, 1961 Jun 7 
1 18
Three summer music courses to be offered by The New School, 1961 Jun 
1 18
Registration for summer session at New School for Social Research, 1961 Jun 
1 18
Jewish studies offered during summer session at New Schoool, 1961 Jun 
1 18
"Technical Approach to Stock Movements" covered in summer course at New School, 1961 Jun 
1 18
1961 Jul-Sep 
23% Enrollment increase in New School Summer session, 1961 Jul 6 
1 19
Six lectures on 'study of mankind' to be held at New School this fall, 1961 Jul 27-Nov 17 
1 19
New School photography students to focus on Greenwich Village, 1961 Aug 1 
1 19
49 workshops in fine and applied arts to be held in fall at The New School, 1961 Aug 2 
1 19
Lectures on 'co-existence' to be held at New School, 1961 Aug 3-Oct 3 
1 19
Detroit educator named dean at New School for Social Research, 1961 Aug 7 
1 19
Opposing views in health insurance field to be aired in New School lecture series, 1961 Aug 8-Dec 15 
1 19
Ten experts to lecture at New School in course on real estate investments, 1961 Aug 9-Oct 11 
1 19
Film production workshop slated at The New School, 1961 Aug 10 
1 19
Workshops in textile design to be offered at New School, 1961 Aug 10 
1 19
New School lecture series to explore 'Bible and theater', 1961 Aug 10-Oct 4 
1 19
TV workshop on news and public affairs programming to be conducted by David Ebin at New School in fall, 1961 Aug 10 
1 19
New School to offer creative writing course for high school teachers, 1961 Aug 10 
1 19
Brooklyn warden to teach course at The New School, 1961 Aug 10 
1 19
Ten film classics scheduled for course at The New School, 1961 Aug 10 
1 19
Announcement of course "Technical Approach to Stock Movements" by John G. Miller, 1961 Aug 14 
1 19
Dr. Julius Hirsch of The New School, leading economist in Germany and U.S., dead at 78 after long illness, 1961 Aug 14 
1 19
Modern dance and ballet courses to be offered at The New School, 1961 Aug 17 
1 19
Variety of courses on Africa and American Negro offered by The New School during fall semester, 1961 Aug 22 
1 19
13 foreign languages offered by The New School this fall, 1961 Aug 22 
1 19
Jewish history, language, and literature courses to be offered by New School during fall semester, 1961 Sep 6 
1 19
Hofstra professor appointed associate dean at New School 1961 Sep 8 
1 19
Poet Robert Lowell to teach two courses at The New School, 1961 Sep 11 
1 19
Joseph Ballantine to teach foreign policy courses at The New School, 1961 Sep 11 
1 19
"Practical Horticulture" course at New School, 1961 Sep 11 
1 19
Fall registration at The New School, 1961 Sep 11 
1 19
Faculty art show at The New School, 1961 Sep 11 
1 19
Algernon D. Black to speak, 1961 Sep 11 
1 19
New School sculpture exhibition to depict relationships between "man and machine", 1961 Sep 13-Oct 13 
1 19
Journalism and public relations courses offered at New School during fall semester, 1961 Sep 13 
1 19
Announcements for course "Urban Renewal: Problems and Policies", 1961 Sep 13-Dec 18 
1 19
New School to offer course on African culture and art, 1961 Sep 15 
1 19
Dr. Hans Kelsen, noted law authority, to receive honorary degree from New School, 1961 Sep 18-26 
1 19
Practical investment course offered during fall semester at New School, 1961 Sep 19 
1 19
Four named to Graduate Faculty at New School for Social Research 1961 Sep 20-27 
1 19
Two courses on Asia offered at New School, 1961 Sep 21 
1 19
U.S. steel hour producer to lecture at New School, 1961 Sep 22 
1 19
Announcements for series "The Shape of the Future", 1961 Sep 29-Nov 1 
1 19
Henry David to be inaugurated as New School president Oct 23., 1961 Sep 29 
1 19
1961 Oct-Dec 
Clement Greenberg to lecture on sculpture at New School, 1961 Oct 2 
1 20
Professor Jerome B. Cohen to lecture at New School, 1961 Oct 2 
1 20
Sculptor Seymour Lipton to lecture at New School, 1961 Oct 3 
1 20
Business Week editor to lecture at New School, 1961 Oct 4 
1 20
Joel Schenker to lecture at New School on housing projects, 1961 Oct 6 
1 20
Scientific advances stalled by economic, not technical problems, declares Cal Tech president at New School inaugural convocation, 1961 Oct 19 
1 20
Soviet Union's attack on Albania aimed at Red China, expert says, 1961 Oct 30 
1 20
Exhibition of wood constructions, paintings by Uruguay's Augusto Torres at The New School, 1961 Nov 
1 20
New York Trio at New School,1961 Nov 1 
1 20
Burton A. Zorn slated to lecture at New School, 1961 Nov 6 
1 20
New School receives grant to study government energy policy, 1961 Nov 16 
1 20
New School's Human Relations Workshops to hold tenth anniversary luncheon, 1961 Nov 28 
1 20
Mosaic mural by Uruguay's Fonseca completed in lobby of The New School, 1961 Nov 29 
1 20
Bethany Beardslee slated for New School concert, 1961 Nov 29 
1 20
Broadway producer Arthur Cantor to lecture at The New School, 1961 Dec 4 
1 20
Key milk strike negotiators to air issues at New School, 1961 Dec 6 
1 20
Washington Square topic of New School lecture on city planning, 1961 Dec 14 
1 20
Matthew Raimondi to be featured at New School artists' choice concert, 1961 Dec 18 
1 20
New course on reading instruction and correction offered by New School, with aid of Reading Center, 1961 Dec 26 
1 20
Paintings by David Finn exhibited at New School, 1961 Dec 26 
1 20
1962 Jan-Mar 
Mavros to conduct wheel pottery courses at New School, 1962 Jan 11 
1 21
10 theatre arts workshops offered by New School, 1962 Jan 18 
1 21
Course on business financing offered during spring semester at New School, 1962 Jan 24 
1 21
Performance of scenes highlights new drama course at New School, 1962 Jan 25-Feb 26 
1 21
IIE official to address opening tea of New School Human Relations Workshops, 1962 Jan 25 
1 21
Paintings by Mandel at The New School, 1962 Jan 25 
1 21
Announcements for "Women and Finance" lecture series, 1962 Jan 26-Feb 6 
1 21
Announcements for course "The Individual in Show Business" by Bill Smith, 1962 Jan 26-31 
1 21
Midi Garth, Marva Spelman, to teach dance workshops at The New School, 1962 Jan 29 
1 21
Fundamentals of writing for children covered in two New School courses, 1962 Jan 29 
1 21
Course on the American Negro offered at The New School, 1962 Jan 29 
1 21
New School to offer first course on the consumer cooperative movement, 1962 Jan 30 
1 21
Workshops for actors, directors, playwrights, offered at The New School during spring term, 1962 Jan 30 
1 21
12 science and math courses offered at The New School, 1962 Jan 30 
1 21
Horticulture course at New School, 1962 Jan 31 
1 21
Solomon Barkin scheduled for lecture at New School, 1962 Feb 1 
1 21
Announcements for Business Orientation Lectures at The New School, 1962 Feb 2-May 28 
1 21
New York woodwind quintet to appear at New School artists' choice concert, 1962 Feb 5 
1 21
New export-import bank program to be discussed at New School Luncheon, 1962 Feb 6 
1 21
Lecture-demonstration on costume, movement, dance, at the New School, 1962 Feb 7 
1 21
Second lecture on health coverage to be held at The New School, 1962 Feb 13 
1 21
New drama by Henry de Montherlant scheduled by The New School, N.Y. French Art Theatre, 1962 Feb 13-16 
1 21
Gal Friday luncheon to break through 'telephone curtain', 1962 Feb 15 
1 21
Announcements for Lindeman Lectures series at New School, 1962 Feb 15-Mar 30 
1 21
Drawings by Ross, Romano, at New School, 1962 Feb 21 
1 21
Wilton D. Cole of Crowell-Collier named to board of trustees of the New School, 1962 Feb 23 
1 21
Psychology of the administrative mind subject of Businessmen's Luncheon at The New School, 1962 Feb 26 
1 21
St. Luke's Chapel Choir scheduled for artists' choice concert at New School, 1962 Feb 27 
1 21
Low wages in NYC to be discussed at New School Labor-Management Luncheon, 1962 Feb 27-May 18 
1 21
Photography exhibition on Metropolitan Opera by Paul Seligman to be held at The New School, 1962 Mar 5 
1 21
Free lecture on 'Opera in America' to be given at The New School, 1962 Mar 5 
1 21
New professorship in economics honors New School founder: Adolph Lowe named first occupant of Alvin Johnson Chair, 1962 Mar 16 
1 21
Concert of Near Eastern music to be held at The New School, 1962 Mar 21 
1 21
Albert E. Meyer named director of New School Business Center, 1962 Mar 27 
1 21
Lecture on Chagall's windows to be held at The New School, 1962 Mar 28 
1 21
1962 Apr-May 
Milton and Peggy Salkind, piano duo, scheduled for artists' choice concert at The New School, 1962 Apr 2 
1 22
New School to celebrate 30th anniversary of writing workshops at April 17 fete, 1962 Apr 11 
1 22
Concert of electronic music at The New School, 1962 Apr 16 
1 22
Conference on new aspects in art education, 1962 Apr 16 
1 22
Japanese composer to be featured artist at New School concert, 1962 Apr 19 
1 22
Alfred Perlman to speak on 'railroading' at The New School, 1962 Apr 19 
1 22
Ellsworth Bunker named chairman of New School Founders' Dinner, 1962 Apr 19 
1 22
Six music courses offered during The New School's summer session, 1962 Apr 25 
1 22
Nan Ronsheim paintings at New School May 8; her first US exhibition since 1947, 1962 Apr 26 
1 22
Dedicate head of New School trustee by Jacques Lipchitz, 1962 Apr 29 
1 22
Two workshops in photography offered during The New School summer session, 1962 Apr 30 
1 22
New School Founders' Medal bears visages of three scholars, 1962 May 8 
1 22
Malalasekera, candidate for General Assembly presidency, to address model UN assembly at The New School, 1962 May 8 
1 22
A course on personnel administration offered during summer at New School, 1962 May 9 
1 22
Course on French culture offered at The New School, 1962 May 9 
1 22
Advertising, public relations courses offered during summer session at New School, 1962 May 9 
1 22
Italian economist to teach course on common market at The New School, 1962 May 9 
1 22
Two religion courses offered during summer session at The New School, 1962 May 10 
1 22
Writing workshops, literature courses offered at The New School during summer session, 1962 May 10 
1 22
Historian Allan Nevins to speak at New School commencement, June 5, 1962 May 14 
1 22
'Poetry under the stars' at New School this summer; Marianna Moore to give first reading in new series, 1962 May 21 
1 22
Course on new approach to reading instruction and correction to be offered during the summer session at The New School, 1962 May 22 
1 22
Summer courses on Africa offered by the New School, 1962 May 24 
1 22
New School Founders' Award Dinner to hear Harlan Cleveland discuss 'practice of peace', 1962 May 25 
1 22
Courses on Tennessee Williams, playwriting offered during summer session at New School, 1962 May 25 
1 22
1962 Jun-Aug 
Announcements for commencement exercises, 1962 Jun 2-5 
1 23
Communique in French for Albert Camus Award, 1962 Jun 6 
1 23
Announcements for series of outdoor poetry readings, 1962 Jun 11-Jul 17 
1 23
New School summer semester opens Monday, 1962 Jun 12 
1 23
Workshop for parents on "your child's speech" offered during summer session at New School, 1962 Jun 13 
1 23
Lectures on African literature offered by New School, 1962 Jul 19 
1 23
The New School establishes experimental dance center, 1962 Aug 2 
1 23
Wood sculpture by Baskin, class of '49, acquired for New School Art Collection, 1962 Aug 8 
1 23
Evening courses in personnel administration offered by The New School during fall semester, 1962 Aug 21 
1 23
Transportation modes subject of course offered during fall semester by New School, 1962 Aug 22 
1 23
At last, American women get rightful place in history, 1962 Aug 23 
1 23
State university official named to New School post, 1962 Aug 23 
1 23
Course in real estate investments offered by The New School this fall, 1962 Aug 23 
1 23
Three Breitenbach photography workshops to be offered this fall by New School, 1962 Aug 24 
1 23
28 music courses offered during fall semester at The New School, 1962 Aug 24 
1 23
New School offers courses in film production, aesthetics, during fall, 1962 Aug 29 
1 23
Five evening courses on Africa offered by New School, 1962 Aug 30 
1 23
Lena Levine to discuss challenge of marriage in afternoon course offered by The New School, 1962 Aug 31 
1 23
'Art marketing' workshop offered during New School's fall semester, 1962 Aug 31 
1 23
65 art courses offered during fall semester at The New School, 1962 Aug 31 
1 23
World's living religions covered in fall courses at The New School, 1962 Aug 31 
1 23
1962 Sep-Oct 
English-in-action seeks village volunteers to converse with New School foreign students, 1962 Sep 
1 24
All-diplomat faculty in UN program at New School, 1962 Sep 
1 24
Team of natural and social scientists at New School design adult program in 'science and civilization', 1962 Sep 6-Dec 4 
1 24
Medical care course offered by New School, 1962 Sep 4 
1 24
Registration open for business courses at The New School, 1962 Sep 6 
1 24
Faculty art exhibit at The New School, 1962 Sep 13 
1 24
Martha Graham room dedicated at New School, 1962 Sep 19 
1 24
Announcements for opening of Institute for Retired Professionals, 1962 Sep 24 
1 24
Krishna Menon to speak at The New School, 1962 Sep 25 
1 24
Beaux-arts string quartet at New School, 1962 Sep 25 
1 24
Tribute to William Faulkner in special New School lecture, 1962 Sep 26 
1 24
Harpsichordist Albert Fuller to open Artists' Choice concerts atNew School, 1962 Sep 26 
1 24
Conference on emotions and feelings to be held at New School on oct. 5-6, 1962 Sep 26 
1 24
Course in social gerontology offered by The New School, 1962 Sep 28 
1 24
New School to mark emancipation centennial with lecture series assessing impact of proclamation, 1962 Oct 1-Dec 10 
1 24
Investment lecture at The New School, 1962 Oct 1 
1 24
British Treasury official to lecture at New School, 1962 Oct 2 
1 24
Labor-Management Luncheons to begin at The New School, 1962 Oct 4 
1 24
US state deputy official to open lecture series on UN at New School 1962 Oct 4 
1 24
Stock exchange executive to lecture at New School, 1962 Oct 5 
1 24
Exhibition of works of "humanists of the sixties" to be held by New School Art Center, Nov. 6-28, 1962 Oct 11-Nov 5 
1 24
UN ambassador from Afghanistan to lecture at The New School, 1962 Oct 11 
1 24
New School opens exhibition of World's Fair architecture, 1962 Oct 12 
1 24
Van Meter Ames to discuss Zen and Existentialism in Kallen Lecture at The New School on Oct. 23, 1962 Oct 15 
1 24
Editors to lecture at The New School, 1962 Oct 15 
1 24
President of Interstate Department Stores to lecture at The New School, 1962 Oct 19 
1 24
W.H. Auden to deliver first reading in new poetry forum at The New School, 1962 Oct 23 
1 24
1962 Nov-Dec 
UN settlements of international disputes subject of lecture at New School, 1962 Nov 2 
1 25
"Stage design for ballet" seminar at New School, 1962 Nov 6 
1 25
Maurice Pachman, bassoonist, to be featured artist at New School concert, 1962 Nov 6 
1 25
'Horizons for women' subject of November 16 conference sponsored by New School and NYS Department of Commerce, 1962 Nov 7 
1 25
Writer, editor to discuss 'Israel's new image' in lecture at New School, 1962 Nov 7 
1 25
Yale U. professor of law to lecture at New School, 1962 Nov 8 
1 25
UN correspondent to lecture at New School, 1962 Nov 16 
1 25
'India and the United Nations' subject of New School luncheon lecture on Tuesday, 1962 Nov 21 
1 25
Poet Robert Lowell to read from own works at New School, 1962 Nov 27 
1 25
Mosaics, paintings by Village couple to be exhibited at The New School, 1962 Nov 27 
1 25
'New developments in US money market' subject of lecture to be held at New School, 1962 Nov 28 
1 25
'State of the arts' to be discussed at dinner forum at The New School, 1962 Nov 28 
1 25
Four centuries of ballet depicted in art exhibition at New School, 1962 Nov 29 
1 25
William E. Mullestein of Lukens to discuss 'new horizons in steel industry', 1962 Nov 30 
1 25
Evening course in public relations offered this spring by New School, 1962 Dec 21 
1 25
Music workshops, lecture courses offered during the New School's spring semester, 1962 Dec 27 
1 25
55 art courses offered during spring semester by New School, 1962 Dec 27 
1 25
Camilo Egas commemorative exhibit to be held at The New School, 1962 Dec 27 
1 25
Spring registration dates set at New School, 1962 Dec 28 
1 25
1963 Jan-Feb 
Variety of courses offered by New School's Business Administration Center this spring, 1963 Jan 8 
1 26
Registration now open for foreign language courses offered by New School this spring, 1963 Jan 10 
1 26
26 writing workshops offered this spring by New School, 1963 Jan 11 
1 26
English course for foreign businessmen offered by The New School this spring, 1963 Jan 15 
1 26
"Contemporary dance workshop" offered by New School this spring, 1963 Jan 16 
1 26
Special lectures at The New School, 1963 Jan 18 
1 26
Segregation in urban and suburban housing to be covered in spring courses at New School, 1963 Jan 25 
1 26
Courses in film production, film analysis scheduled in spring program at New School, 1963 Jan 17 
1 26
'Race problems in our cities' subject of new course offered during spring term at New School, 1963 Jan 17-Feb 28 
1 26
Noted scholars to teach courses on Judaism during The New Schools spring semester, 1963 Jan 24 
1 26
Psychology workshops in parent-child relationships offered by the New School during spring semester, 1963 Jan 28 
1 26
Exhibition of landscape paintings by 53 contemporry artists to open February 12 at The New School, 1963 Jan 28-Feb 19 
1 26
'Great women in history' subject of course offered by New School, 1963 Jan 28 
1 26
February music events at The New School, 1963 Jan 30 
1 26
'Learning by machines' subject of lecture at New School, 1963 Jan 31 
1 26
Oil paintings by Villager to be shown at New School, 1963 Jan 31 
1 26
'Perspectives on death' subject of lecture series by New School this spring, 1963 Feb 1-Mar 29 
1 26
Lecture in 'foreign trade financing' at New School, 1963 Feb 4-Mar 14 
1 26
'Economic security program for R.N.'s' to be discussed at New School luncheon, 1963 Feb 4 
1 26
Yiddish scholarships available at New School, 1963 Feb 5 
1 26
Special business lectures at The New School, 1963 Feb 12-Mar 29 
1 26
Announcements for Lindeman Lecture series "Cities", 1963 Feb 12-Mar 27 
1 26
Free lecture on landscape painting to be held at New School on Feb 27, 1963 Feb 18 
1 26
Business division of New School to sponsor four events in March, 1963 Feb 26 
1 26
Study of 'motion picture censorship' offered in lecture at The New School, 1963 Feb 26 
1 26
Postal workers to discuss collective bargaining at conference at New School, 1963 Feb 28 
1 26
1963 Mar-Apr 
Paul Goodman, leading social critic, to lecture at The New School, 1963 Mar 
1 27
Free art show at New School, 1963 Mar 1 
1 27
French Embassy official to lecture at New School, 1963 Mar 4 
1 27
Artists' Choice concert at New School, 1963 Mar 11 
1 27
Photography symposium at New School, 1963 Mar 12 
1 27
Lecture on motion picture publicity to be held at New School on Mar. 25, 1963 Mar 15 
1 27
Noted scholars to evaluate Darwin's theory of evolution at New School lecture, 1963 Mar 15 
1 27
Henry David resigns as New School president, 1963 Mar 22 
1 27
Announcement of course "Introduction to Social Gerontology" for summer 1963 term, 1963 Mar 25-May 1 
1 27
Music courses offered during summer session at New School, 1963 Mar 29 
1 27
Robert M. MacIver is appointed Acting President of The New School, 1963 Mar 29 
1 27
Summer art courses at The New School, 1963 Apr 1 
1 27
Art exhibit at The New School, 1963 Apr 2 
1 27
Writing workshops offered in New School summer session, 1963 Apr 4 
1 27
Critic Dwight MacDonald to lecture at The New School, 1963 Apr 19 
1 27
New School's Institute for Retired Professionals hailed as success, 1963 Apr 22 
1 27
Industrialist Alfred J. Marrow to lecture at The New School, 1963 Apr 22 
1 27
Paintings by Norman Carton to be exhibited at New School, 1963 Apr 23 
1 27
May concerts at The New School, 1963 Apr 24 
1 27
Exhibition of 20th century German posters to mark anniversary of 'University in Exile', 1963 Apr 24 
1 27
Announcement of lecture "Planning and Evaluating Public Relations Programs via Opinion Research Surveys" by Hugh Hoffman, 1963 Apr 24 
1 27
Summer theatre arts program at The New School, 1963 Apr 26 
1 27
Summer registration at New School opens May 15th, 1963 Apr 26 
1 27
Interior design course offered this summer at The New School, 1963 Apr 29 
1 27
Summer art courses at The New School, 1963 Apr 30 
1 27
Public relations course offered this summer at The New School, 1963 Apr 30 
1 27
1963 May-Jun 
Courses in 'English as a second language' included in summer program at New School, 1963 May 3 
1 28
Five evening courses on Russia offered this summer at New School, 1963 May 1 
1 28
Summer language courses at New School, 1963 May 2 
1 28
Workshops in children's theatre production, writing, to be offered during summer session at The New School, 1963 May 7 
1 28
Seminar on Bertolt Brecht offered this summer by New School, 1963 May 7 
1 28
Courses conducted by poet Leroi Jones included in summer program at New School, 1963 May 9 
1 28
Kay Boyle, Telford Taylor to discuss 'art as a poitical weapon' at New School, 1963 May 9 
1 28
Jacob M. Kaplan elected chairman of New School Board of Trustees, 1963 May 10 
1 28
Announcements for commencement, 1963 May 13-Jun 4 
1 28
New School to conduct summmer arts festival, 1963 May 23-31 
1 28
US industrial growth making little impact on poor, 1963 May 16 
1 28
Announcement of play "Lawyer" by Milton J. Kramer, 1963 May 17 
1 28
NY Publishers Association official to lecture at The New School, 1963 May 17 
1 28
Rollo May, Allan Lewis to discuss Albee drama, 1963 May 28 
1 28
Kenneth Koch and Frank O'Hara open poetry series at New School, 1963 May 29 
1 28
PR#1804 & 1807 Sims and Cohn in New School Courtyard 
1 28
PR#1809 Radio Spot: Horace Silver 
1 28
PR#1810 Radio Spot: Oscar Brand 
1 28
PR#1811 Oscar Brand 
1 28
PR#1812 Horace Silver Quintet 
1 28
PR#1813 Summer Registration 
1 28
PR#1814 Business Course, Summer 1963 
1 28
PR#1815 Summer Religion Courses 
1 28
PR#1816 PR Summer Course 
1 28
PR#1817 Brock Peters Concert 
1 28
PR#1818 Thelonious Monk 
1 28
PR#1819 Poets Corso & Benedict N.S. Summer Arts Festival 
1 28
PR#1820 Brock Peters Concert 
1 28
PR#1821 Anita Sheer 
1 28
PR#1822 Sonny Rollins & Company 
1 28
PR#1823 "Preview 64" opens 
1 28
1963 Jul-Aug 
PR#1824 Odetta Concert 
1 29
PR#1825 New Wave Movie Makers 
1 29
PR#1826 Social Gerontology 
1 29
PR#1827 Jean Redpath 
1 29
PR#1828 "Preview" 64; The B'way Theater 
1 29
PR#1829 Music Courses, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1830 Art Courses, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1831 Fall Photography Courses, Breitenbach, Model, Burrows, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1832 Arts Management, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1833 PR Lecture Series, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1834 Brooklynite Named MCPRC President, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1835 MCPRC Names Pres., Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1836 Courses For Women, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1837 Fall Registration, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1839 Theatre Arts Program, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1838 Courses in Advertising, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1840 The Dance Forum, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1841 English in Action Registration, Fall 1963 
1 29
PR#1842 Amitai Etzioni Israel Reborn Lecture 
1 29
1963 Sep-Oct 
PR#1844 Film Courses, 1963 Sep 5 
1 30
PR#1845 English as Second Language, 1963 Sep 5 
1 30
PR#1846 TV Writing, Production, 1963 Sep 5 
1 30
PR#1847 Business Courses, 1963 Sep 6 
1 30
PR#1848 Writing Workshops, 1963 Sep 10 
1 30
PR#1849 Free Exhibition Faculty Art, 1963 Sep 12 
1 30
PR#1850 Europe Resurgent, 1963 Sep 16 
1 30
PR#1851 Registration, 1963 Sep16 
1 30
PR#1853 Course on American Newspapers, 1963 Sep 16 
1 30
PR#1854 PR and Advertising, 1963 Sep 16 
1 30
PR#1855 Certificate Program, 1963 Sep 18 
1 30
PR#1856 Contemporary Irish Paintings, 1963 Sep 18 
1 30
PR#1857 "Picasso and the Ballet" William Lieberman Lecture, 1963 Sep 19 
1 30
PR#1858 Theatre Criticism Course, 1963 Sep 19 
1 30
PR#1859 Education In Lecture Series, 1963 Sep 19 
1 30
PR#1860 14 Language Workshops, 1963 Seo 19 
1 30
PR#1861 Focus on Real Estate Studley, 1963 Sep 20 
1 30
PR#1862 Famed Contemporary Composers, 1963 Sep 20 
1 30
PR#1863 Science Writing: Kondo, 1963 Sep 19 
1 30
PR#1864 Business Firms' Scholarship Program, 1963 Sep 23 
1 30
PR#1865 Peter Viereck Lectures, 1963 Sep 23 
1 30
PR#1866 Arts Management Lecturers, 1963 Sep 24 
1 30
PR#1867 Alwin Nikolais Choreography Lecture, 1963 Oct 18 
1 30
PR#1867 Investment Courses for Women, 1963 Sep 24 
1 30
PR#1868 Charles Cogen to Lecture, 1963 Sep 25 and Oct 10 
1 30
PR#1869 "Work Study" Lab for Women, 1963 Sep 25 
1 30
PR#1870 Urban Renewal Courses Benjamin, Thabat, Wolkman, 1963 Sep 26 
1 30
PR#1871 Goldberg Film Course, 1963 Sep 27 
1 30
PR#1872 Negro Literature Wilmer Lucas, 1963 Sep 27 
1 30
PR#1873 1st Europe Resurgent Course: John L. Brown, 1963 Sep 30 
1 30
PR#1874 Ashley Montagu Lecture Series, 1963 Oct 3 
1 30
PR#1875 Soni Ventorum Quintet, 1963 Oct 4 
1 30
PR#1876 Irish Art Show, 1963 Oct 4 
1 30
PR#1877 Moshe Greenberg Opens 'Israel Reborn Series, 1963 Oct 10 
1 30
PR#1878 Massimo Salvadori Lecture, 1963 Oct 10 
1 30
PR#1879 George Federer: Europe Resurgent Lecture, 1963 Oct 10 
1 30
PR#1880 "Possibilities of Style in Photography" Albert Burrows Lecture, 1963 Oct 11 
1 30
PR#1881 Hadley Cantril Lecture, 1963 Oct 15 
1 30
PR#1882 Brian O'Doherty Irish Art Lecture, 1963 Oct 15 
1 30
PR#1883 Lehman, Spater Join N.S. Bid/Trustees, 1963 Oct 16 
1 30
PR#1884 Bert C. Goss P.R. Lecture, 1963 Oct 18 
1 30
PR#1885 James Freeman P.R. Lecture, 1963 Oct 18 
1 30
PR#1886 Paul Koht Europe Resurgent Lecture, 1963 Oct 18 
1 30
PR#1868 [misnumbered] Social Gerontology Seminar, Spring 1964, 1963 Oct 21 
1 30
PR#1889 Salo W. Baron Lecture, 1963 Oct 21 
1 30
PR#1890 Peter Viereck Lecture Series, 1963 Oct 23 
1 30
PR#1891 Ole Aalgaard Replaces Paul Koht: Europe Resurgent, 1963 Oct 24 
1 30
PR#1892 Amitai Etzioni Lecture, 1963 Oct 24 
1 30
PR#1893 George Wolff Lecture: Europe Resurgent, 1963 Oct 25 
1 30
PR#1895 N.S. Enrollment Shows Rapid Rise, 1963 Oct 31 
1 30
1963 Nov-Dec 
PR#1896 Minna Citron Art Show, 1963 Nov 1 
2 1
PR#1897 Robert Mathew: Europe Resurgent, 1963 Nov 5 
2 1
PR#1898 Sonya Monosoff Artist's Choice Concert, 1963 Nov 6 
2 1
PR#1899 Cleopatra: Harold Rand Lecture, 1963 Nov 6 
2 1
PR#1900 Edelstein, Levi Named Directors, 1963 Nov 11 
2 1
PR#1901 Harold Edelstein to Head Business Programs, 1963 Nov 8 
2 1
PR#1902 Levi Named Director of Art Workshops, 1963 Nov 8 
2 1
PR#1903 Manuti, Schoenfeld Lecture, 1963 Nov 12 
2 1
PR#1904 Family Life Association Dinner Forum, 1963 Nov 13 
2 1
PR#1905 Harry Schwartz Lecture, 1963 Nov 15 
2 1
PR#1906 Real Estate Lecture, 1963 Nov 15 
2 1
PR#1908 4 Named to Board of Trustees, 1963 Nov 20 
2 1
PR#1909 Meet the Ambassadors Human Relations Center, 1963 Nov 19 
2 1
PR#1910 Arthur B. Krim Named New School Trustee, 1963 Nov 20 
2 1
PR#1911 Howard D. Samuel Named New School Trustee, 1963 Nov 20 
2 1
PR#1912 Jerome Siegel Named New School Trustee, 1963 Nov 21 
2 1
PR#1913 Photography and Film Courses, Spring 1964, 1963 Nov 27 
2 1
PR#1914 Institute of Retired Professionals Art Show, 1963 Dec 3 
2 1
PR#1915 B. Zaslev: Artists Choice Concert, 1963 Dec 3 
2 1
PR#1916 Brandwein, Le Corbeiller Technology and Culture Lectures, 1963 Dec 15 
2 1
PR#1917 William Ruder PR Course, 1964, 1963 Dec 5 
2 1
PR#1918 Spring Art Courses, Spring 1964, 1963 Dec 9 
2 1
PR#1919 LeRoi Jones to Teach Writing, Spring 1964, 1963 Dec 9 
2 1
PR#1920 Registration: General, Spring 1964, 1963 Dec 11 
2 1
PR#1921 Music Courses, Spring 1964, 1963 Dec 11 
2 1
PR#1922 John O'Donnell: Labor Luncheon Speaker, 1963 Dec 12 
2 1
PR#1923 Alvin Johnson 89th Birthday, 1963 Dec 16 
2 1
PR#1924 John Fischer Lecture, 1963 Dec 13 
2 1
PR#1926 Alvin Johnson Endows Academic Chair, 1963 Dec 18 
2 1
PR#1927 Israeli Inbal Dance Troup, 1963 Dec 18 
2 1
PR#1928 Dance Courses, Spring 1964, 1963 Dec 27 
2 1
PR#1929 "Programmed Learning" Course, 1963 Dec 27 
2 1
PR#1930 Television Writing Workshop, 1963 Dec 27 
2 1
PR#1931 Horace M. Kallen Religion Courses, 1964, 1963 Dec 27 
2 1
1964 Jan 
PR#1932 "Negro First or Artist First" Panel Discussion, 1964 Jan 3 
2 2
PR#1933 Science & Technical Writing Courses, 1964 Jan 6 
2 2
PR#1934 Spring Foreign Language Courses, 1964 Jan 6 
2 2
PR#1935 Interior Design Course, 1964 Jan 6 
2 2
PR#1936 Race Crisis Series, 1964 Jan 7 
2 2
PR#1937 Peter Viereck Lectures, 1964 Jan 7 
2 2
PR#1938 Race Crisis: Martin Luther King to Deliver Opening Address, 1964 Jan 8 
2 2
PR#1939 Motion Picture Course, 1964 Jan 9 
2 2
PR#1940 "Image of Woman on Stage" Lecture Series, 1964 Jan 9 
2 2
PR#1941 Textile Design Courses, 1964 Jan 9 
2 2
PR#1942 "Family Life" Dinner Forum, 1964 
2 2
PR#1943 Bramwell Fletcher Dramatic Readings, 1964 Jan 13 
2 2
PR#1944 New York City Newspapers Course, 1964 Jan 14 
2 2
PR#1945 "The American Conscience" Art Show, 1964 Jan 14 
2 2
PR#1946 Discussion: New York State Legislative Program for 1964, 1964 Jan 17 
2 2
PR#1947 Herbert Hill Course, 1964 Jan 17 
2 2
PR#1948 Children in Literature Course, 1964 Jan 20 
2 2
PR#1949 Jewish Literature Courses, Spring 1964, 1964 Jan 21 
2 2
PR#1951 Galamison, Rustin & Wilkins, Race Crisis, 1964 Jan 23 
2 2
PR#1952 George D. Boinet French Literature Course, 1964 Jan 24 
2 2
PR#1954 Courses on Africa, 1964 Jan 24 
2 2
PR#1955 Mt. Vernon resident to teach: Samuel Collins, 1964 Jan 27 
2 2
PR#1950 Oscar Ornati Poverty Study, 1964 Jan 21 and Jan 23 
2 2
PR#1953 Martin Williams: Jazz Courses, 1964 Jan 24 
2 2
PR#1956 English as Second Lanuage Course Registration, 1964 Jan 27 
PR#1957 William Ruder Opens Lecture Series, 1964 Jan 29 
PR#1958 Soviet Affairs Forum: Related Courses, 1964 Jan 29 
1964 Feb-Mar 
PR# Martin Luther King Memo, 1964 
2 3
PR#1959 Overseas Press Association Lecture Series, 1964 Feb 3 
2 3
PR#1960 Martin Luther King, Jr. to Speak, 1964 Feb 3 
2 3
PR#1961 Benenson Women's Investment Course, 1964 Feb 4 
2 3
PR#1962 Bramwell Fletcher Dramatic Reading, 1964 Feb 4 and Feb 27 
2 3
PR#1963 Ashley Montagu Anthropology Lecture, 1964 Feb 5 
2 3
PR#1965 Joseph Monserrat Puerto Rican Community Lecture, 1964 Feb 7 
2 3
Speech delivered by William L. Ryan at The New School for Social Research, 1964, Feb 18 
2 3
PR#1966 The American Conscience Exhibition, 1964 Feb 13 
2 3
PR#1967 Dan Dodson Sociology Lecture, 1964 Feb 14 
2 3
PR#1968 Dodson Speech Excerpts, 1946 Feb 20 
2 3
PR#1969 Robert C. Weaver American Race Crisis Lecture, 1964 Feb 20 
2 3
PR#1970 Education for All Lecture, 1964 Feb 21 
2 3
PR#1972 "South America and the Alliance for Progress" Lecture, 1964 Feb 27 
2 3
PR#1973 Milton Galamison American Race Crisis Lecture, 1964 Mar 5 and Mar 27 
2 3
PR#1975 August Heckscher to Chair Art Conference, 1964 Feb 28 
2 3
PR#1976 Mal Goode Africa Discussion, 1964 Feb 28 
2 3
PR#1977 Rolf Hochhuth Play Discussion, 1964 Mar 3 
2 3
PR#1978-1979 John O. Killens American Race Crisis Lecture, 1964 Mar 4 
2 3
PR#1980 Breitenbach Student Photo Exhibit, 1964 Mar 4 
2 3
PR#1981 Professional Actors Perform Scenes with Allan Lewis Lecture, 1964 Mar 4 
2 3
PR#1982 Automation & U.S. Economy Dialogue, Ornati, & Le Corbellier, 1964 Mar 4 
2 3
PR#1983 Milton Galamison American Race Crisis Speech Excerpts, 1964 Mar 5 
2 3
PR#1984 Delinquents and Criminals Panel Discussions, 1964 Mar 10 
2 3
PR#1985 John Killens American Race Crisis Speech Excerpts, 1964 Mar 4 and Mar 12 
2 3
PR#1990 Melvin Tumin American Race Crisis Lecture, 1964 Mar 13 
2 3
PR#1991 Karen Tuttle, Violist Artists' Choice Concert, 1964 Mar 13 
2 3
PR#1992 Maxwell Lehman, Labor Management Lecture, 1964 Mar 17 
2 3
PR#1993 Charles Abrams, American Race Crisis Lecture, 1964 Mar 18 
2 3
PR#1994 Allan Lewis, Image of Woman on Stage, 1964 Mar 23 
2 3
PR#1995 Charles Abrams American Race Crisis Speech Exerpts, 1964 Mar 26 
2 3
PR#1996 Algernon Black to Lecture; American Race Crisis, 1964 Mar 30 
2 3
PR#1997 Ralph Ober, Public Relations Course, Summer 1964, 1964 Mar 30 
2 3
PR#1998 Outdoor Art Workshops, Summer 1964, 1964 Mar 30 
2 3
PR#1999 Herbert Hill Course, Summer 1964, 1964 Mar 31 
2 3
1964 Apr 
PR#2000 Algernon Black Speech Excerpts; American Race Crisis, 1964 Mar 31 
2 4
PR#2001 Guitar Workshop, Elena Travesi, Summer 1964, 1964 Apr 1 
2 4
PR#2002 Louis Lomax Lecture, American Race Crisis series, 1964 Apr 1 
2 4
PR#2003 Julia Crews, co-chairman, Delinquents & Criminals series, 1964 Apr 2 
2 4
PR#2004 Associates Series Delinquents & Criminals, 1964 Apr 2 
2 4
PR#2005 Adlai Stevenson to Receive Honorary Degree: G.F. 30th Anniversary 1964 Apr 3 
2 4
PR#2006 Actors' Workshop Present Plays, 1964 Apr 7 
2 4
PR#2007 Gerhard Colm to receive honorary degree, 1964 Apr 8 
2 4
PR#2008 Milton Rector Speech Excerpts Delinquents & Criminals series, 1964 Apr 8 
2 4
PR#2009 Whitney Young to Lecture, American Race Crisis, 1964 Apr 8 
2 4
PR#2010 Milton Thurnauer, Lightolier, Inc. Executive, Honored by New School, 1964 Apr 10 
2 4
PR#2011 Thurnauer, Local N.J. Resident, Honored by New School, 1964 Apr 10 
2 4
PR#2012 Rehabilitation and Punishment, Lindeman Lecture, 1964 Apr 13 
2 4
PR#2013 Adlai Stevenson Speaks at Induction of Council of Fellows, 1964 Apr 13 
2 4
PR#2014 Donald Samuel: New School Fellow, 1964 Apr 14 
2 4
PR#2015 Dan Rose: Council of Fellows, 1964 Apr 14 
2 4
PR#2016 Heineman: Council of Fellows, 1964 Apr 14 
2 4
PR#2017 Fogelman, Aronson N.S. Fellows, 1964 Apr 14 
2 4
PR#2018 Paul Nevermann, West German Mayor, Speech, 1964 Apr 15 
2 4
PR#2019 Russell Oswald: Crime & Delinquency: Associates series, 1964 Apr 16 
2 4
PR#2020 John Bardin Advertising Course, 1964 Apr 17 
2 4
PR#2022 Ossie Davis American Race Crisis Lecture, 1964 Apr 17 
2 4
PR#2023 Family Court Judge Lecture, Crime and Delinquency, 1964 Apr 21 
2 5
PR#2024 Graduate Faculty 30th Anniversary, 1964 Apr 22 
2 5
PR#2025 Negro Playwright Calls for Economic Reformation: Ossie Davis, American Race Crisis lecture, 1964 Apr 23 
2 5
PR#2026 Bayard Rustin, American Race Crisis, 1964 Apr 27 and Apr 30 
2 5
PR#2027 Adlai Stevenson Dinner: post release, memos, citations, 1964 Apr 28-29 
2 5
PR#2028 Anna M. Kross Discussion, 1964 Apr 27 
2 5
PR#2029 Summer Registration Open, 1964 Apr 29 
2 5
PR#2030 Ralph Humphrey Painting Course, 1964 Apr 30 
2 5
PR#2031 Registration for Summer Foreign Language, 1964 Apr 29 
2 5
PR#2032 Bayard Rustin Speech Excerpts, 1964 Apr 27 and Apr 30 
2 5
PR#2033 Mayor Robert F. Wagner Given Institute of Retired Professionals Award, 1964 May 4 
2 5
1964 May-Jun 
PR#2034 New School Commencement, 1964 May 5 
2 6
PR#2035 New Voices Dinner, 1964 May 5 
2 6
PR#2036 Writing Workshops Registration, 1964 May 7 
2 6
PR#2037 Roy Wilkins to Lecture; American Race Crisis, 1964 May 7 
2 6
PR#2038 Commencement Address by Earl Warren, 1964 May 11 
2 6
PR#2039 Mayor Robert F. Wagner Honored by Retirees, 1964 May 11 
2 6
PR#2040 Institute for Retired Professionals Celebrates Second Year, 1964 May 12 
2 6
PR#2041 Art Students Award, 1964 May 14 
2 6
PR#2042 "New Voices '64" Publication Scheduled, 1964 May 15 
2 6
PR#2043 James Farmer Lecture, American Race Crisis, 1964 May 15 
2 6
PR#2044 Dr. Earl Kelley Lecture at Dinner, 1964 May 18 
2 6
PR#2045 Earl Warren Receives Honorary Degree, 1964 May 21 
2 6
PR#2046 Nathan W. Levin Receives Honorary Degree, 1964 May 21 
2 6
PR#2047 Representatives from 20 Nations Attend Dinner, 1964 May 25 
2 6
PR#2048 Chief Justice Earl Warren Commencement, 1964 May 27 
2 6
PR#2050 Four Bronx Residents to Receive Degrees, 1964 May 27 
2 6
PR#2051 10 Jerseyites to Receive Degrees, 1964 May 28 
2 6
PR#2052 28th Annual Commencement: Chief Justice Earl Warren Speech, 1964 Jun 2 
2 6
PR#2054 Stock Market Course, 1964 Jun 5 
2 6
PR#2055 English as Second Language Program, 1964 Jun 5 
2 6
PR#2056 Classic Pantomime Course, 1964 Jun 8 
2 6
PR#2057 Primitive Art Course, 1964 Jun 8 
2 6
PR#2058 New Voices '64 To Be Released, 1964 Jun 10 
2 6
PR#2059 Free Readings by Surya Kumari, 1964 Jun 10 
2 6
PR#2060 Seven Music Courses, 1964 Jun 10 
2 6
PR#2061 Summer Course with Playright Edward Mabley, 1964 Jun 11 
2 6
1964 Jul-Aug 
PR#2062 Art Courses, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 17 
2 7
PR#2063 Seminar in Social Gerontology, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 20 
2 7
PR#2064 30 Courses in Music Appreciation, 1964 Jul 21 
2 7
PR#2065 Overton, Williams, Jazz Experts to Teach Courses at New School, 1964 Jul 21 
2 7
PR#2066 New School Course on Interior Design, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 22 
2 7
PR#2067 Public Relations Executives to Speak, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 27 
2 7
PR#2068 New York City's Newspapers, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 27 
2 7
PR#2069 Herbert Hill, NAACP Labor Secretary to Conduct New School Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 28 
2 7
PR#2070 Photography Course: (Breitenbach, Model, Burrows), Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 28 
2 7
PR#2072 Business Firms Scholarships for Employees, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 30 
2 7
PR#2073 Jewish Law, History and Literature, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 30 
2 7
PR#2074 Top Advertising Men to Speak in Fall Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 30 
2 7
PR#2075 Course on American Women (Gerda Lerner), Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 30 
2 7
PR#2076 Film Production and Style Courses, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 31 
2 7
PR#2077 Religion Courses, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 31 
2 7
PR#2078 Registration Schedule, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 31 
2 7
PR#2079 LeRoi Jones: Writing Course , Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 3 
2 7
PR#2080 13 Foreign Languages, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 3 
2 7
PR#2081 Center for English as a Second Language, Fall 1964, 1964 Jul 4 
2 7
PR#2082 Interior Design Course Offered for (Laymen & Professionals), Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 4 
2 7
PR#2083 Courses in Finance for Women, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 4 
2 7
PR#2084 Louis Fischer, Alfred Kazin, 1964 Aug 5 
2 7
PR#2085 Chaikin, Rogoff Theatre Course, 1964 Aug 6 
2 7
PR#2086 Courses in Science in Daily Living, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 7 
2 7
PR#2087 Unique Course in Jazz Dance: Mura Dehn, 1964 Aug 11 
2 7
PR#2088 Opera Workshop: Richard Flusser & Emmanuel Levenson, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 11 
2 7
PR#2089 Work-Study Laboratory: Barbara Mogulescu, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 1 
2 7
PR#2090 LeRoi Jones & John Killens Writing Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 12 
2 7
PR#2091 Choral Workshop Robert Lilienfeld, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 12 
2 7
PR#2092 Ashley Montagu: Life Before Birth, 1964 Aug 12 
2 7
PR#2093 Immanuel Velikovsky: Author, Scientist, 1964 Aug 12 
2 7
PR#2094 Creative Packaging and Display: Joseph A. Howard, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 13 
2 7
PR#2095 Propaganda Media: Gerald Burns, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 14 
2 7
PR#2096 Free Exhibition by Art Faculty, Fall 1964, 1964 Aug 29 
2 7
PR#2097 23 Business Courses Fall Program, 1964 Aug 31 
2 7
1964 Sep 
PR#2098 American and Foreign Films (1917-1935), Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 1 
2 8
PR#2099 T.V. Workshop Courses, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 2 
2 8
PR#3000 Professors' Form Release, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 2 
2 8
PR#3001 Human Relations Center Sponsors Fall Tea, Fall 1964, Sep 3 
2 8
PR#3002 John O. Killens To Teach Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 3 
2 8
PR#3003 4 Dance Courses Offered, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 3 
2 8
PR#3004 Adult Reading Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 4 
2 8
PR#3005 U.S. Retailing Topic of New School Fall Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 4 
2 8
PR#3006 P.R. and Advertising Courses, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 4 
2 8
PR#3007 Rudolf Bing and Mark Schubert To Speak in New School Course, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 17 
2 8
PR#3008 7 Courses For Teachers, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 10 
2 8
PR#3009 Elias Buchwald: Public Relations Executive, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 10 
2 8
PR#3010 Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 11 
2 8
PR#3011 Ashley Montagu: Anthropologist To Speak, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 11 
2 8
PR#3012 UN Studies Program, Fall 1964, 1964 Sep 11 
2 8
PR#3013 Course to Aid Women in Home: Job Transition, 1964 Sep 14 
2 8
PR#3014 Volunteers For English In Action May Register at New School, 1964 Sep 14 
2 8
PR#3015 Photography Course: Breitenbach, 1964 Sep 15 
2 8
PR#3017 Art Center Sculpture Exhibition, 1964 Sep 16 
2 8
PR#3018 Frederic Papert: Adv. Exec. To Speak, 1964 Sep 17 
2 8
PR#3019 Children's Writing Course, 1964 Sep 17 
2 8
PR#3020 African Leaders: Topic For Lecture, 1964 Sep 17 
2 8
PR#3021 Kazin (Special Course), 1964 Sep 17 
2 8
PR#3022 Norman H. Strouse of J. Walter Thompson Co. to speak, 1964 Sep 25 
2 8
PR#3023 Roy Alexander to Speak, 1964 Sep 18 
2 8
PR#3024 Alfred Kazin Lecture, 1964 Sep 21 
2 8
PR#3025 Maternal: Fetal Relationships Ashley Montagu, 1964 Sep 21 
2 8
PR#3026 Evolution Theory Immanuel Velikovsky, 1964 Sep 21 
2 8
PR#3027 Edgar Goss: Royal Ballet, 1964 Sep 21 
2 8
PR#3028 Nathan Belfer: Investments, 1964 Sep 22 
2 8
PR#3029 Negro Literature Course, 1964 Sep 25 
2 8
PR#3030 Contributers to Business Scholarship Fund, 1964 Sep 24 
2 8
PR#3031 Roy Alexander P.R. Exec. To Speak, 1964 Sep 24 
2 8
PR#3032 Rudolf Bing and Mark Schubert To Speak at New School, 1964 Sep 25 
2 8
PR#3033 Biography of a Portrait, 1964 
2 8
1964 Oct-Dec 
PR#3034 Waterfront Problems Topic of New School Lecture, 1964 Sep 29 and Oct 5 
2 9
PR#3035 Victor Peterson of Socony Mobil to Lecture at New School Oct. 5, 1964 Oct 1 
2 9
PR#3036 Erwin Swann (Revlon) to speak, 1964 Oct 1 
2 9
PR#3037 WM. Bernbach President of Doyle Dane Bernbach Inc., 1964 Oct 2 
2 9
PR#3038 Thomas Rosenberg, 1964 Oct 2 
2 9
PR#3039 Modern Sculpture Exhibition, 1964 Oct 5 
2 9
PR#3040 Justine Wise Polier to Lecture, 1964 Oct 7 
2 9
PR#3041 Helen Harris Exec. Dir. United Neighorhood Houses, 1964 Oct 7 
2 9
PR#3042 "Candidates & Issues of 1964" Dr. Frank Kingdon, 1964 Oct 10 
2 9
PR#3043 Elinor Guggenheimer to Speak, 1964 Oct 7 
2 9
PR#3044 Work-Study Laboratory, 1964 Oct 8 
2 9
PR#3045 Ernst Scheyer to Give Lecture, 1964 Oct 12 
2 9
PR#3046 "The Making of the President -- 1960," 1964 Oct 13 
2 9
PR#3047 "Artist's Reality" Subject of Panel Discussion, 1964 Oct 13 
2 9
PR#3048 Helen M. Harris Speech, 1964 Oct 13 
2 9
PR#3049 Dr. Ornati Speech, 1964 Oct 14 
2 9
PR#3050 Dr. John Everett Named Pres. Of New School, 1964 Oct 16 
2 9
PR#3051 Ben Bagdikian Author to speak, 1964 Oct 19 
2 9
PR#3052 Dr. Jesse J. Frankel Seminar in Social Gerontology, 1964 Nov 5 
2 9
PR#3053 Carl Tillmanns of C.B.S. to Speak, 1964 Oct 26 
2 9
PR#3054 English in Action Offers Opportunity for International Understanding, 1964 Oct 26 
2 9
PR#3055 Poverty Result of Normal Workings of Society: Bagdikian, 1964 Oct 26 
2 9
PR#3056 Exhibition of Asian Art, 1964 Nov 2 
2 9
PR#3057 Dr. Oscar Ornati: The Employed and Unemployed, 1964 Nov 5 
2 9
PR#3058 Joyce Phillips Austin (Anti-Poverty), 1964 Nov 5 
2 9
PR#3059 Soviet Union & Eastern Europe: 1964, 1964 Nov 6 
2 9
PR#3060 U.N. Delegates Debate, 1964 Nov 6 
2 9
PR#3061 Bachelor of Arts Candidate, 1964 Nov 24 
2 9
PR#3062 Dr. Ornati's Speech on Employed Poor, 1964 Nov 10 
2 9
PR#3063 Continental Can Exec. To Speak, 1964 Nov 12 
2 9
PR#3064 Open Artists' Choice Concerts Sonya Monosoff, Howard Lebow, 1964 Nov 18 
2 9
PR#3065 Bell Telephone Research Head to Discuss Computer Capabilities, 1964 Nov 23 
2 9
PR#3066 Lennen & Newell Exec. To Talk on Media in Advertising Course, 1964 Nov 24 
2 9
PR#3067 Ambassador Nehru and UN Diplomats to Speak at Human Relations Program, 1964 Nov 24 and Dec 4 
2 9
Alvin Johnson: A Biographical Sketch, 1964 Dec 2 
2 9
PR#3068 Exhibition of Japanese Prints & Asian Art at N.S., December 23, 1964, 1964 Nov 30 
2 9
First Artist Choice Concert (Monosoff, Lebow) December 11, 1964, 1964 Dec 1 
2 9
PR#3070 Mark Schubart to Speak, 1964 Dec 3 
2 9
PR#3071 Compulsory Arbitration for Hospital Workers (Labor Management), 1064 Dec 3 
2 9
PR#3072 Rudolf Bing to Speak, 12/19/1964, 1964 Dec 11 
2 9
PR#3073 Braddock Greene of National Distillers to Speak, 1964 Dec 11 
2 9
PR#3074 Center for N.Y.C. Affairs is Established at New School, 1964 Dec 18 
2 9
PR#3075 Herbert Teison, To Discuss Media Salesman, 1964 Dec 21 
2 9
PR#3076 Albee Play to Benefit New School Scholarship Fund, 1964 Dec 22 
2 9
PR#3077 Albee Symposium, 1964 Dec 29 
2 9
1965 Jan 
PR#3078 Warren Comission Report, 1965 Jan 4 
2 10
PR#3079 Spring Term Registration, 1965 Jan 4 
2 10
PR#3080 Alan Burnham: 'Architecture USA', 1965 Jan 4 
2 10
PR#3081 New York City Courses, 1965 Jan 4 
2 10
PR#3082 Role of the Press in Civil Rights Movement (N.S. Course), 1965 Jan 5 
2 10
PR#3083 Ferand Returns to N.S. Music Faculty (25 Music Courses) Spring Term, 1965 Jan 5 
2 10
PR#3084 Courses on Contemporary and Jazz Dance, 1965 Jan 5 
2 10
PR#3085 Breitenbach and Model to Teach Photography (Spring Term), 1965 Jan 5 
2 10
PR#3086 49 Workshop Courses (Spring Term), 1965 Jan 6 
2 10
PR#3087 Top Ad Men to Speak at New School, 1965 Jan 6 
2 10
PR#3088 N.S. Offers TV Writing Workshop, 1965 Jan 6 
2 10
PR#3089 Two Courses in Yiddish Language, 1965 Jan 8 
2 10
PR#3090 Asian Art Exhibition, 1965 Jan 8 
2 10
PR#3091 New Art Course Offered for Spring Term, 1965 Jan 8 
2 10
PR#3092 Textile Design Workshop, 1965 Jan 8 
2 10
PR#3093 Courses in 12 Foreign Languages, 1965 Jan 8 
2 10
PR#3094 Portraits of Art World Personalities Featured in New School Exhibition, 1965 Jan 11 
2 10
PR#3095 Finance for Women, 1965 Jan 12 
2 10
PR#3096 After Dinner Company to Present 'Short-Short' Operas at N.S., 1965 Jan 12 
2 10
PR#3097 Course on Financing N.Y.C., 1965 Jan 14 
2 10
PR#3098 Course on Organized Labor, 1965 Jan 14 
2 10
PR#3099 Spring Term Opens Feb. 1, 1965 Jan 14 
2 10
PR#3100 N.S. Course Aids Women in Home-Job Transition, 1965 Jan 14 
2 10
PR#3101 Union Official Named Vice President of New School Westchester Resident Appointed Vice P., 1965 Jan 14 
2 10
PR#3102 Twenty Experts to Lecture in New Course 'Future of Real Estate', 1965 Jan 15 
2 10
PR#3103 Human Relations Center Sponsors Tea, 1965 Jan 19 
2 10
PR#3104 Free Southern Theater to Give First N.Y. Performance at N.S., 1965 Jan 22 
2 10
PR#3105 U.N. Studies Program Offered at N.S., 1965 Jan 22 
2 10
PR#3106 Contact: Maggie Freeman Saturday Review, 1965 Jan 25 
2 10
PR#3107 N.S. Associates to Sponsor Student Art Exhibit, 1965 Jan 27 
2 10
PR#3108 Public Relations Executive to Speak at N.S., 1965 Jan 27 
2 10
1965 Feb-Apr 
PR#3109 Moscow Art Theatre Directors To Lecture at New School, 2/3/1965 
2 11
PR#3110 Scott Cunningham to Join Free Southern Theatre, 2/1/1965 
2 11
PR#3111 New Jersey Man Named Dean of New School (Allen Austill) Austill Named Dean of New School, 1965 Feb 2 
2 11
PR#3112 Charles Frankel to Open Associates Luncheon-Lectures, 2/2/1965 
2 11
PR#3113 Baroque Music Concert February 26, 2/2/1965 
2 11
PR#3114 Hannah Arendt to Give Special Course at New School, 2/2/1965 
2 11
PR#3115 Moscow Art Theatre Company Lecture of Feb, 27, Cancelled at New School, 2/9/1965 
2 11
PR#3116 Theodor Heuss Chair Established at N.S. with Grant from Volkswagen Foundation, 1965 Feb 8 and Feb 12 
2 11
PR#3117 Brooklyn Man Named Aide to President at New School, 1965 Feb 9 
2 11
PR#3118 Bernhard and Naomi Zaslav Concert March 12, 2/11/1965 
2 11
PR#3119 Silberman to Discuss Automation, 1965 Feb 15 
2 11
PR#3120 N.S. General Fund to Benefit from Feb. 28 Performance of 'Conrad' Play, 2/16/1965 
2 11
PR#3121 Portraits of Art World Personalities Extended Two Weeks, 2/18/1965 
2 11
PR#3122 N.S. President to Lecture on 'Religion and Modern Man', 2/18/1965 
2 11
PR#3123 U.N. Delegates to Debate Problems at N.S., 3/5/1965 
2 11
PR#3124 Rosenberg and Griffith to Discuss "Marxism in the New Africa": March 11, 3/9/1965 
2 11
PR#3125 Woodblock Prints and Etchings Exhibition, 3/9/1965 
2 11
PR#3126 Peter Berger Named Editor of Social Research, 1965 Mar 12 
2 11
PR#3127 Graphic Art & Sculpture Show, 3/16/1965 
2 11
PR#3128 Viani, Tepedino, and Rosen to Discuss Welfare Problem at N.S., 1965 Mar 17 
2 11
Newport Folk Foundation Announces Change in Concert Program, 3/22/1965 
2 11
PR#3129 Commissioner James to Discuss "Public Health of the Future", 1965 Apr 6 
2 11
PR#3130 Helen M. Harris and Diana Cooper Horowitz to Speak (Human Relations Center), 3/23/1965 
2 11
PR#3131 New School Names Director for Summer Arts Festival, 3/23/1965 
2 11
PR#3132 Willy Brandt to Receive Honorary Degree from N.S., 3/24/1965 
2 11
PR#3133 New School Students' Art Exhibition, 3/25/1965 
2 11
PR#3134 U.N. Delegates to Discuss Problems at New School, 3/25/1965 
2 11
PR#3135 Willy Brandt to Receive Honorary Degree; Cleveland, Clay to Speak, 4/1/1965 
2 11
PR#3136 Negro Writer's Vision of America Subject of Three Day Conference at New School, 1965 Jan 4 
2 11
PR#3137 Thurgood Marshall, Issai Hosiosky Named to New School Board of Trustees, 1965 Apr 9 
2 11
PR#3138 Commissioner Allen to Receive New School Medallion, 1965 Apr 15 
2 11
PR#3139 Willy Brandt to Receive Honorary Degree, 1965 Apr 14 
2 11
Memos on Comnencement 1964 
2 11
PR#3140 Willy Brandy Post Release, 1965 Apr 19 
2 11
PR#3140 Brandt Press Handout, 1965 
2 11
PR#3141 Role of Negro Playwright, 1965 Apr 20 
2 11
PR#3142 Role of Negro in Mass Media, 1965 Apr 20 
2 11
PR#3144 Negro Leadership Training Release, 1965 Apr 22 
2 11
PR#3145 New School Dinner Inauguration NYC Affairs Cent., 1965 Mar 27 
2 11
PR#3146 Joseph Papp to Receive New School Medallion, 1965 Apr 27 
2 11
1965 May-Jun 
PR#3147 Allen, Botein, Papp New School Medallions, 1965 May 3 
2 12
PR#3148 Donald Kent Recieves IRP, 1965 May 5 
2 12
PR#3149 An Evening with Kafka Schedules Third Performance, 1965 May 6 
2 12
PR#3150 Herbert Hill in Bulletin, 1965 May 7 
2 12
PR#3151 20 Workshop & Lecture Courses in Fine Arts, 1965 May 11 
2 12
PR#3152 Two Advertising Promotion Courses, 1965 May 11 
2 12
PR#3153 Course on Personnel Practices in City Gov., 1965 May 14 
2 12
PR#3154 Two Poets to Conduct Writing Workshops, 1965 May 14 
2 12
PR#3155 English as Second Lang., 1965 May 14 
2 12
PR#3156 150 Summer Courses, 1965 May 14 
2 12
PR#3157 Chaiken, 1965 May 14 
2 12
PR#3158 Human Relations Center Short Courses, 1965 May 14 
2 12
PR#3159 Wagner to Receive Degree, 1965 May 18 
2 12
PR#3160 Summer Festival of Folk, Chamber Music, Poetry & Drama, 1965 Apr 18 
2 12
PR#3161 Viet Nam Forum and Editors, 1965 
2 12
PR#3162 Commencement, 1965 May 26 
2 12
PR#3163 12 Queens Residents Candidates for Degrees 
2 12
PR#3164 14 New Jersey Residents Candidates for Degrees 
2 12
PR#3165 Nine Nassau & Suffolk County Residents Candidates 
2 12
PR#3166 6 Westchester Residents Candidate for Degrees 
2 12
PR#3167 73 Manhattan and Bronx Residents Candidate for Degrees 
2 12
PR#3168 Four Bronx Residents to Receive Degrees 
2 12
PR#3169 Course in Textile Design to be Given, 1965 Jun 1 
2 12
PR#3170 Concept of Artist in Modern Literature to Be Topic of Course, 1965 Jun 1 
2 12
PR#3171 Novelist Ed Fisher to Conduct Writing Workshop, 1965 Jun 1 
2 12
PR#3172 Four Dance Workshops to be Given During Summer Term, 1965 Jun 1 
2 12
PR#3173 Seven Music Courses to be given during Summer Term, 1965 Jun 1 
2 12
PR#3174 Willy Ley to Teach, 1965 Jun 1 
2 12
PR#3175 Folksinger Oscar Brand to Open New School Arts Festival, 1965 Jun 3 
2 12
PR#3176 New School to Confer 145 Degrees, 1965 Jun 4 
2 12
PR#3177 Chamber and Folk Music Highlight Weekend's Events, 1965 Jun 9 
2 12
PR#3177 [sic] Robert F. Wagner Receives Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, 1965 Jun 8 
2 12
PR#3178 John R. Everett Commencement Remarks, 1965 Jun 8 
2 12
PR#3179 Poet John Ciardi to Read at New School Summer Arts Festival 
2 12
PR#3180 Viveca Lindfors to read from Works of Brecht, 1965 Jun 16 
2 12
PR#3181 Bluegrass and Chamber Music on Weekend Schedule 
2 12
1965 Jul-Sep 
PR#3182 68 Art Courses in Fall '65, 1965 Jul 5 
2 13
PR#3183 Dr. Elizabeth Coleman Named Assistant Dean, 1965 Jul 6 
2 13
PR#3184 Summer Arts Festival Resumes, 1965 Jul 1 
2 13
PR#3185 Weekend of Folk Music Scheduled, 1965 Jul 1 
2 13
PR#3186 Seminar in Social Gerontology, 1965 Jul 6 
2 13
PR#3187 27 Courses in Music Appreciation and Performance, 1965 Jul 8 
2 13
PR#3188 Programs of Folk & Chamber Music, 1965 Jul 9 
2 13
PR#3190 Two Courses in Jazz, Fall 65, 1965 Jul 8 
2 13
PR#3191 Two Opera Courses, Fall 65, 1965 Jul 8 
2 13
PR#3192 33 Courses in Writing , Fall 65, 1965 Jul 8 
2 13
PR#3194 Sculpture Exhibit from the List Family Collection, 1965 Jul 26 
2 13
PR#3195 Psychology of Men and Women To Mental Health: Fall Course, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3196 ______Gives Course in Fall Semester, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3197 Labor Topics to be Discussed in Seven New School Courses in Fall, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3198 Fall '65 Term Begins at N.S., Fall 65, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3199 New York City's Newspapers Subject of Fall Course, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3200 Three Courses in Dance and Movement for Fall Semester, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3201 Mail Registration for Fall Term, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3202 19 Courses Relating to Hebrew and Jewish Culture, 1965 Jul 30 
2 13
PR#3204 Course Helps Concertgoers Understand Works to be Performed in NYC This Fall, 1965 Aug 11 
2 13
PR#3206 "Words, Tone and Insight" Taught by Richard Dyer-Bennet, 1965 Aug 13 
2 13
PR#3207 "Theatre vs. Anti-Theatre" Lecture Series, 1965 Jul 12 
2 13
PR#3208 "The Writer's World" to Feature Outstanding Literary Figures, 1965 Jul 12 
2 13
PR#3209 Eight Lecture Courses on "Advertising and Public Relations," 1965 Aug 13 
2 13
PR#3210 English Language Institute to Offer Fall Courses, 1965 Aug 13 
2 13
PR#3211 "Advanced Workshop on the Performing Arts Management," 1965 Aug 13 
2 13
PR#3212 Consumer Economics Course "The Consumer in America," 1965 Aug 30 
2 13
PR#3206 "Psychoanalysts to Discuss Youth Problems" in Two Courses, 1965 Jul 12 
2 13
PR#3214 Former President of New School to Lecture, 1965 Sep 3 
2 13
PR#3215 Hyman Hirsch Names Director of I.R.P., 1965 Sep 9 
2 13
PR#3216 Five Photography Courses to Be Given at New School During Fall, 1965 Sep 9 
2 13
PR#3217 Metropolitan Information Service Established, 1965 Sep 13 
2 13
PR#3218 "Hebrew Lecture Series" Leading Scholars as Teachers, 1965 Sep 15 
2 13
PR#3219 "New York Leaders Become Teachers for the N.Y.C. Center for Affairs, 1965 Sep 16 
2 13
1965 Oct-Dec 
PR#3220 Benefit for "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever" For NS Groups 
2 14
PR#3221 Tuchman Sherer, Lord, To Discuss Writing of History 
2 14
PR#3223 Abrams to Speak at New School 
2 14
Two Discussions on the Theatre Editor's Memo 
2 14
PR#3224 Manson Honored By The New School 
2 14
PR#3225 Richard Dyer-Bennet's Second Concert "Words, Tones, and Insights" 
2 14
PR#3226 The American Brass Quintet 
2 14
Theater vs. Anti-Theater Editor's Memo 
2 14
Hayes B. Jacobs Named Director of NS Writing Workshops 
2 14
Jerry Wurf Editor's Memo 
2 14
PR#3227 New York Baroque Ensemble 
2 14
Memos to Cultural and Book Editors 
2 14
Broadway Muscial Symposium Editor's Memo 12/17 
2 14
PR#3228 Seminar in Social Gerontology 
2 14
PR#3228 Sculpture to Remain on View 
2 14
PR#3229 Associate Symposium 
2 14
PR#3230 New York Art Quartet Performs N.S. Concert 
2 14
PR#3232 Bloustein To Teach Planning Course 
2 14
PR#3233 Starr to Give Housing Course at the New School 
2 14
PR#3234 Former Comissioner Dumpson to Lecture at NS 
2 14
PR#3235 Lowell to Teach Course on Intergroup Relations During Spring '66 
2 14
PR#3236 McGoldrick To Teach City Finance Course 
2 14
PR#3237 R.A. Cloward To Teach Course on City's Poverty Program 
2 14
PR#3238 J. Liblet To Teach Course on Government 
2 14
PR#3239 64 Art Workshops To Be Offered At The New School 
2 14
PR#3240 24 Courses To Be Offered in Music at the New School 
2 14
PR#3241 Five Photography Courses to be Given at New School During Spring Semester, 12/9/1965 
2 14
PR#3242 37 Writing Workshops to be Offered at the New School 
2 14
Honorary Degree for Alexander Schneider ---- Editor's Memo 
2 14
PR#3243 Alexander Schneider Recieves Honorary Degree 
2 14
PR#3244 Course on Philanthropic Management to be Offered this Spring at The New School, 12/22/1965 
2 14
PR#3245 English Language Institute Offers Courses For Foreign Students 
2 14
PR#3246 Landmarks Comission Head to Lecture 
2 14
PR#3247 Course Gives at New School, Spring 1966 
2 14
PR#3248 Women and Money Lecture Series at New School 
2 14
PR#3249 Eight Courses in Public Relations and Advertising 
2 14
PR#3250 Spring Term Begins for New School 
2 14
PR#3251 Mail Registration Opens at New School 
2 14
1966 Jan-Mar 
PR#3252 Ford Grant to Spur Graduate Study 
2 15
PR#3253 City Theme of Art Show 
2 15
PR#3254 Textile Design Courses at New School During Spring Semester 
2 15
PR#3255 NS to Offer Courses in 13 Foreign Languages During Spring Term 
2 15
PR#3256 Chris Koch to Teach At New School During Spring Term 
2 15
PR#3257 New York Leaders Become Teachers At Center for New York City Affairs 
2 15
PR#3257 Three Courses in Yiddish Language and Literature at New School 
2 15
PR#3258 Quincy Howe To Teach At New School During Spring Term 
2 15
PR#3258 Course on Philanthropic Management to be Offered this Spring at The New School, 1/6/1966 
2 15
PR#3265 Course on Current Labor Management Problems, Spring 1966 
2 15
PR#3267 Course in Production of Street Drama To Be Given At New School During Spring 
2 15
PR#3268 Course in Children's Theatre To Be Given At New School During Spring Term 
2 15
PR#3269 New York Camerata To Perform At New School On February 18, 1966 
2 15
PR#3270 Richard M. Klein Named Director Of Development At New School 
2 15
PR#3271 Top Real Estate Leaders To Participate New School Series Chaired Julien Studley 
2 15
PR#3172 Art by Architects to be Topic of New School Discussion of February 18, 1/9/66 
2 15
PR#3273 O.E.O Officer To Teach Course On Police 
2 15
PR#3274 Theodore W. Kheel To Chair New School Labor Luncheons 
2 15
PR#3275 "Man in Metropolis" Theme Of New School Photography Show 
2 15
PR#3276 First U.S. Exhibition of 20th Century to be Held At NS Art Center April 26, 1966 
2 15
Memo to City and Labor Desks 
2 15
PR#3277 Paintings By Ingeborg Ten Haeff To Be Exhibited At New School Starting March 14, 1966 
2 15
Memo To City, Women's and Photo Assignment Editors 
2 15
PR#3279 Four United Nations Ambassadors in Human Relations Discussion at the New School, 1966 March 2 
2 15
Obituary: Raymond Fogelman, 3/9/1966 
2 15
PR#3279 Greenbaum Named Graduate Dean At New School For Social Research 
2 15
PR#3281 Gideonse Named Chancellor of the New School 
2 15
PR#3282 Satellite City Developer To Speak At New School On March 15, 1966 
2 15
Memo To City Editors 
2 15
PR#3283 Jimmy Giuffre To Perform At New School On March 25, 1966 
2 15
Former City Administrator to Discuss People of New York, 1965 Dec 1 
2 15
PR#3239 New Undergraduate College at The New School to Put Specialization in "Proper Context," 3/22/1966 
2 15
PR#3286 Broadcaster Recommends That FCC Demand Hour's Controversy 
2 15
PR#3287 Leading Scholar To Commute 2000 Miles For Seminar In Graduate Program 
2 15
1966 Apr-Jun 
PR#3288 University Adult Programs Are Educating the Educated 
2 16
PR#3289 "Jugendstil And Expression In German Posters" Theme of Exhibit April 27, 1966 
2 16
PR#3289 200 Courses To Be Offered At NS During Summer Semester June 13, 1966 
2 16
PR#3290 Six Music Courses To Be Given At New School During Summer Semester 
2 16
PR#3291 26 Workshops and Lecture Courses in Fine Arts to be Offered During Summer Semester 
2 16
PR#3292 Dr. John R. Everett President, New School for Social Research 
2 16
PR#3293 Teach-In On Supreme Court Obscenity Ruling at New School April 29, 1966 
2 16
PR#3294 Baumgartner, Jovanovich, Swayduck Named to New School Board of Trustees 
2 16
PR#3294 New School Summer Class To Study "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes" 
2 16
PR#3295 Conflicts of Modern American Women Subject of New School Summer Course 
2 16
PR#3296 John K.M. MC Caffery To Teach At New School During Summer Term 
2 16
PR#3297 Newsweek Editor To Teach At New School During Summer 
2 16
PR#3298 New Courses Help Graduate Students Meet Foreign Language Requirements 
2 16
PR#3299 Schlesinger, Baskin To Receive Honorary Degrees At 30th Commencement Exercises 
2 16
PR#3301 Gilhoole, O'Donnell, Kheel To Discuss 1966 Transit Strike At New School May 4, 1966 
2 16
PR#3302 New School Actors Workshop To Present Ionesco Scenes 
2 16
Memo To Labor and City Editors 
2 16
PR#3303 New School's "Early Bird" Summer Program 
2 16
PR#3304 4-Week Summer Courses Offered For Women To Be Offered At New School 
2 16
PR#3305 Summer Public Relations Courses 
2 16
PR#3306 New School To Offer Course On "Motion Picture as Social Document" 
2 16
PR#3306 New School Offers Summer Programs in English As A Second Language 
2 16
PR#3307 Artist Leonard Baskin, an Alumnus, To Receive Honorary Degree from NS 
2 16
PR#3308 Would You Believe Four Months? Key Figures To Recap Transit Strike 
2 16
PR#3308 New School Actors Workshop Show Rescheduled for May 9 
2 16
Memo To Labor and City Editors 
2 16
PR#3309 Jonas Named Alvin Johnson Professor at The New School for Social Research 
2 16
PR#3309 Oden, Lucas To Teach Summer Courses on Negro Literature at The New School 
2 16
PR#3310 300 Retired Professionals, 60 to 82 Years Old to Honor Congressman Celler Tonight 
2 16
Memo To City, Women's & Photo Editors 
2 16
PR#3310 Expanding Viet-Nam Conflict Subject of New School Course 
2 16
PR#3311 Schlesinger, Baskin To Receive Honorary Degrees At 30th Commencement 
2 16
PR#311 ________Will Receive The Degree At The 30th Commencement Exercises 
2 16
PR#3315 Fourteen Queens Residents to Receive Degrees at NS Thirteenth Annual Commencement 
2 16
PR#3316 Dance Courses to be Offered by New School During Summer Term 
2 16
PR#3317 Sixteen Brooklyn Residents To Receive Degrees At 30th Commencement 
2 16
PR#3318 ________Will Conduct a Course in _________, 1966 May 31 
2 16
PR#3318 Courses in Jewish History and "The Kibbutz" Offered During Summer Term 
2 16
PR#3319 New School Opera Workshop To Present Scenes from Contemporary Operas 
2 16
1967 Sep-1970 Jul 
PR#3524 Leon Festinger, Noted Psychologist, Joins New School Faculty, 1967 Sep 19 
2 17
PR#3663 Memo to City Editors, 1968 May 16 
2 17
PR#3669 Brooklyn Mother's Ph.D. from the New Schoool, 1968 May 31 
2 17
New School to Give King Scholarships, 1968 Jun 13 
2 17
PR#3676 Ford Foundation Grants $74,000 for New School Mass Media Forums, 1968 Jun 19 
2 17
PR#3684 Ben-Gurion Joins Sponsors of New School's Norman Thomas Endowment, 1968 Jun 27 
2 17
PR#3685 A Tribute for a Long-Time Friend of Labor (Norman Thomas), 1968 Jul 1 
2 17
PR#3686 Labor Leader Paul Jennings Named Vice Chairman of Norman Thomas Endowment, 1968 Jul 2 
2 17
PR#3687 New School's President Says Student Mistrust of Elders and Restructuring of Universities are Prime Challenges to Campus Educators, 1968 Jul 12 
2 17
Under Secretary of Commerce Howard J. Samuels calls for new economic actions, 1968 Jul 17 
2 17
PR#3688 Brooklyn High School Students Take Introductory College-Level Courses, 1968 Jul 19 
2 17
PR#3695 New Course on Organized Crime in the U.S., 1968 Aug 5 
2 17
PR#3700 New School Announces Wide Variety of Afro-American and African Courses for Fall Term, 1968 Aug 25 
2 17
PR#3704 Advertising Executives Sponsor Conference on Impact of Social Change, 1968 Aug 26 
2 17
PR#3706 New School Publishes Fall '68 Bulletin Listings 625 Courses, 1968 Aug 29 
2 17
PR#3708 Government Officials Join Professors at Center for New York City Affairs, 1968 Sep 8 
2 17
PR#3728 New School Alumni Schedule Business Meeting and Reunion, 1968 Oct 
2 17
PR#3729 More Minority Workers, Young People and Women Part of NYC Labor Force, 1968 Oct 21 
2 17
PR#3730 Ashley Montagu, Tom Stonier, Thomas Struhsaker to Discuss Human Nature, 1968 Oct 
2 17
PR#3731 Narcotics Lecture Series Will Begin This Month, 1968 Nov 
2 17
PR#3732 Author Ralph W. Ellison Elected to Board of New School, 1968 Nov 12 
2 17
PR#3733 Rep. Scheuer Heads List of Public Officials Giving NYC Courses This Month, 1968, Nov 
2 17
PR#3734 Human Relations Center Schedules Two Lectures, 1968 Nov 
2 17
PR#3736 List Art Posters to be Exhibited, 1968 Nov 
2 17
PR#3736 Harry Belafonte and A. Philip Randolph to Receive Honorary Degrees, 1968 Nov 26 
2 17
PR#3738 William McChesney Martin to Receive Honorary Degree, 1968 Nov 27 
2 17
PR#3740 & 42 New School to Hold Half-Century Convocation and Dinner, 1968 Dec 3 
2 17
PR#3742 New School Launches $37 Million Development Program, 1968 Dec 12 
2 17
PR#3743 Testimonial to Norman Thomas From His Friends, 1968 Dec 22 
2 17
1969 Jan-Apr 
Impact of Mass-Communication and Advertising on Politics, possibly 1969 Jan 
2 18
PR#3698 Six Courses Focus on Photography This Spring, possibly 1969 Jan 
2 18
Evening Adult Courses at Parsons in Design Education, 1969 Jan 
2 18
PR#3744 New School and Choreographers Theatre Offer Spring Courses, 1969 Jan 
2 18
PR#3744 New Trends in Real Estate Focus of Urban Affairs Course, 1969 Jan 14 
2 18
PR#3744 New School Publishes Spring '69 Bulletin Listing 580 Courses, 1969 Jan 16 
2 18
PR#3749 Memo to City Editors: “Are We Losing Fight Against Crime?” Panel Discussion, 1969 Jan 
2 18
PR#3746 Conference on “Communist China and International Law,” 1969 Jan 16 
2 18
PR#3746 Former State Department Official Named to Center for New York City Affairs, 1969 Jan 21 
2 18
PR#3748 Bob Thompson Retrospective, 1969 Feb 
2 18
PR#3751 New School Response to Demands for Dismissal of Julius Lester, 1969 Feb 3 
2 18
Calendar Listing, 1969 Feb 6 
2 18
PR#3754 Sino-Soviet Borders Dispute, 1969 Feb 8 
2 18
PR#3755 Communist China’s Attitude Toward UN, 1969 Feb 9 
2 18
Graduate Faculty Moves Into Spacious, Modern Center on Lower 5th Avenue, 1969 Feb 9 
2 18
PR#3756 Third Conference on “Wall St. and the Economy,” 1969 Feb 13 
2 18
PR#3766 500 Complaints Filed by City Teachers, Israelson Says, 1969 Feb 18 
2 18
PR#3757 Calendar Listing, 1969 Feb 13 
2 18
PR#3758 Millions to be Slashed from School Budget, Dr. Donovan Warns, 1969 Feb 25 
2 18
PR#3759 Two Prominent Journalists Named to Urban Reporting Project, 1969 Feb 28 
2 18
PR#3761 Morris L. Levinson Elected to Board of New School, 1969 Mar 20 
2 18
PR#3762 Mankiewicz to Lecture on Kennedy Campaigns, 1969 Mar 28 
2 18
PR#3792 Lecture Series on the U.S. Senate To Be Given by Senator Douglas, 1969 Mar 31 
2 18
PR#3763 Success in Urban Minority Job Programs Published in City Almanac by Center for NYC Affairs, 1969 Apr 1 
2 18
PR#3768 Summer Session Starts June 9, 1969 Apr 
2 18
PR#3770 Date Changed on Opera's World Premiere, 1969 Apr 
2 18
PR#3774 Electric Music with Paul Zukofsky, Violinist, 1969 Apr 9 
2 18
PR#3775 Walter P. Stern to Lecture on Investments, 1969 Apr 16 
2 18
Memo to Editors: University in Exile Unveiling, 1969 Apr 25 
2 18
Memo to Editors: Council of Higher Educational Institutions Eleventh Annual Meeting, 1969 Apr 29 
2 18
1969 May-Dec 
Harman to Keynote Human Relations Confab, 1969 May 
2 19
World Premiere of New Opera, "Willowdale Handcar" by Frank Wigglesworth, 1969 May 
2 19
Memo to High School Principals and Guidance Counselors, 1969 May 2 
2 19
Sino-Soviet Expert Warns Against New Clashes, 1969 May 21 
2 19
Admen Asked to Keep Eye Open for "Protest Ads," 1969 Jun 
2 19
Local Graduates, 1969 Jun 
2 19
Teenagers Get College "Head Start," 1969 Jun 
2 19
The New School to Confer Degrees on Graduates of Experimental Programs, 1969 Jun 1 
2 19
PR#3777 Memo to City and Photo Editors: Commencement, 1969 Jun 3 
2 19
Frank Kingdon Lecture Hall Dedication, 1969 Jun 10 
2 19
Memo to Editors: Community News Service, 6/24/69 
2 19
Rodman C. Rockefeller named Trustee, 1969 Jul 30 
2 19
Carricature [sic] on College Catalog Subject of New School Ad, 1969 Aug 
2 19
New School Fall Courses Eye America's Black Revolution, 1969 Aug 
2 19
Choreographers Theater offers modern dance, 8/11/69 
2 19
Photography is a Snap with New School Courses, 8/13/69 
2 19
NS Courses reflect Past, Present and Future of American, Israeli Jews, 8/14/69 
2 19
Fifth Year for Center for NYC Affairs, 1969 Aug 21 
2 19
New School Publishes Fall '69 Bulletin Listing 654 Courses, 1969 Aug 14 
2 19
Anatomy of TV Commercial – Sylvia Allen, 8/18/69 
2 19
"Woman Power" Advocates to Speak Out at New School, 1969 Aug 28 
2 19
Music Series "8 Measures of Music," 9/4/69 
2 19
High Schoolers Prepare for College in Expanded Program, 9/11/69 
2 19
Pioneers in Computer Arts to Present Work, 1969 Sep 15 
2 19
Four Courses Related to Housing, Urban Design, and Planning, 1969 Sep 15 
2 19
Opera Workshop Auditions, 1969 Sep 15 
2 19
Natanson Lecture on Schutz, 10/69 
2 19
Choice on Vietnam Moratorium, 10/10/69 
2 19
Statements in Support of Vietnam Moratorium, 1969 Oct 15 
2 19
City Hall's 1969 Sweepstakes Most Unpredictable in 40 Years, 1969 Oct 19 
2 19
McCarthy Forum on National Priorities, 10/20/69 
2 19
Trakis and Ross Two Man Art Exhibition, 1969 Oct 
2 19
Leading Economist Urges School, Police, and Drug Reforms, 1969 Oct 23 
2 19
Librarian of Congress to speak at Fogelman Library dedication, 10/28/69 
2 19
Memo to Editors: NYC in the '70s, 1969 Oct 
2 19
Book Avalanches Ahead, Oct 29, 1969 
2 19
Contemporary American Drawings on exhibit, 10/31/69 
2 19
Ramsay Fabrics Founder Honored by New School Library, 1969 Nov 
2 19
Memo to Editors: Three leaders on the "The Multi-Racial City", 1969 Nov 5 
2 19
Cleaver's "Soul on Ice" date changed, 11/17/69 
2 19
National Priorities, Averell Harriman and Gore, 11/69 
2 19
Honorary Degree Citations for Belafonte, Martin, and Randolph, 1969 Nov 27 
2 19
Posters go up for List art show, 12/1/69 
2 19
Henry Loeb to head Board of Overseers for Center of NY Affairs, 1969 Dec 
2 19
New School Professor Says High Court Would Uphold Private School Aid, 1969 Dec 9 
2 19
Siebert "Strategies of Investing" lecture, 1969 Dec 
2 19
1970 Jan-Dec 
New School Publishes Spring ‘70 course bulletin, 1970 Jan 
2 20
Dollars and Sense of Show Business, 1970 Jan 
2 20
NY Commercial Productions Subject of New School Course, 1970 Jan 
2 20
Theodore Bikel and Oscar Brand teach folk song course, 1970 Jan 
2 20
New School Community Chorus Invites New Members, 1970 Jan 
2 20
History and culture of minorities course, 1970 Jan 
2 20
Choreographers Theater offers modern dance, 1/70 
2 20
Udall "Population and Family Planning" Memo, 1/14/70 
2 20
Mccarthy and Luce speak at Forum on National Priorities, 1/15 
2 20
Klauss Curtius recieves honorary degree, 1/70 
2 20
Mayor John Lindsay to guest lecture, 1970 Jan 
2 20
Conference on Wall Street and the Economy, 1/31/70 
2 20
Tran Tho art show, 2/70 
2 20
Hughes and Samuels speak at Forum on National Priorities, 2/70 
2 20
City's Welfare Problems Analyzed in City Almanac Study, 2/70 
2 20
NS Taking Applications from Newly Retired Professionals (IRP), 2/18/70 
2 20
Parsons Affiliates with New School, 2/70 
2 20
Senator Charles Goodell, Percy Sutton Comment on Cities' Problems, 3/10 
2 20
Theodore C. Soenson to guest lecture, 1970’s 
2 20
Arthur D. Raybin Appointment (V.P), 3/3/70 
2 20
Rhino Horn Group Art Show, 1970 Mar 
2 20
Dean of American Jewish Letters, Maurice Samuel, to Lecture, 1970 Mar 
2 20
Ramsey Clark Named Trustee, 3/12/70 
2 20
Dr. Walter W. Heller Will Give First Colm Memorial Lecture, 1970 Mar 23 
2 20
New School to Dedicate Edward Swayduck Graduate Lecture Hall, 1970 Apr 17 
2 20
Isolated Programs Won't Erase Ghetto Poverty, City Almanac Warns, 1970 Apr 22 
2 20
David C. Levy Appointed to Deanship at Parsons School of Design, 1970 Apr 22 
2 20
New School and Parsons Students Observe Earth Day Activities, 1970 Apr 
2 20
Etchings on Display at New School Depict Zen Buddhist Temple Garden, Alan Roland, 1970 Apr 30 
2 20
Senator Saxbe and Moratorium Chief to Lecture, 1970 May 1 
2 20
Untraditional Commencement to Cap Year at Parsons, 1970 May 14 
2 20
Students' Exhibition to Portray Dissent Thru Art, 1970 May 7 
2 20
MacIver Dies, 1970 Jun 16 
2 20
Parson's offers evening courses in Design Education, 1970 Jun 
2 20
Announcements about Summer Courses [multiple releases], 1970 Summer 
2 20
Intern in Fund-Raising and PR, 1970 Jul 7 
2 20
Literary Awards Presented at New School, 1970 Jul 29 
2 20
Fall '70 Bulletin Listing 830 Courses, 1970 Aug 13 
2 20
Author Elected Alumni President of New School, 8/15/70 
2 20
Philosopher Herbert Marcuse to lecture, 1970 Aug 27 
2 20
Human Relations Center to Train Paraprofs, 9/7/70 
2 20
Portfolio Workshop, 9/8/70 
2 20
Career People to Learn on Lunch Hour, 9/9/70 
2 20
Hoberman appointed consultant at Center for NYC Affairs, 1970 Sep 10 
2 20
Spanglish Debuts, 9/11/70 
2 20
Hannah Arendt, Hans Jonas, Aron Gurwitsch to Attend Phenomenology Conference, 1970 Oct 
2 20
Law, Order, and Dissent Forum, 1970 Oct 26 
2 20
Margaret Singer Piano Recital, 1970 Oct 28 
2 20
Open Sing, 1970 Nov 
2 20
Community Chorus seeking members, 1970 Nov 
2 20
John Ashbey, 1970 Nov 10 
2 20
Hios Art Exhibit, 1970 Nov 17 
2 20
Adrienne Rich, 1970 Dec 
2 20
Community Sing Includes Holiday Music, 1970 Dec 
2 20
City Officials and Critics Debate, 1970 Dec 
2 20
World's Largest Post Card, 1970 Dec 18 
2 20
Labor Relations Luncheon Lectures, 1970 Dec 18 
2 20
1971 Jan-Dec 
Today – It’s Children that wear the pants, 1971 Jan 
2 21
Illuminating Course (lighting and design), 1971 Jan 
2 21
Memo to New Yorkers course ad, 1971 Jan 
2 21
NS Expands Photography Program – Spring 1971, 1971 Jan 6 
2 21
New School, Spring 1971 – Bulletin Published, 1971 Jan 7 
2 21
Women and Money Lectures, 1971 Jan 8 
2 21
Parsons-New School Merger, 1971 Jan 10 
2 21
Teachers and lecturers at Center for NYC Affairs, 1/10/71 
2 21
John R. Bunting Speaking at Wall Street and Economy Conference, 1971 Jan 12 
2 21
Manpower Study, 1/17/71 
2 21
Spring Movie Festival, 1971 Jan 18 
2 21
Instructors for Ten Black Studies Courses, 1971 Jan 18 
2 21
Portfolio Workshop for HS Students, 1/19/71 
2 21
Language Course Name Change, 1971 Jan 20 
2 21
Human Resources Official to Keynote Head Start Graduation, 1970 Jan 22 
2 21
Banker to address Wall St. Conference, 1971 Jan 22 
2 21
Wall Street and the Economy, 1971 Jan 
2 21
Two-Year Master's Program Urban Affairs, 1971 Jan 31 
2 21
Community Chorus sets auditions, 1971 Feb 6 
2 21
1970 Nobel Laureate to lecture, 1971 Feb 
2 21
Memo to Editor: Theodore Kheel to lecture at luncheon, 1971 Feb 
2 21
Social Services for Individuals in NY Face Crisis, 1971 Mar 1 
2 21
Theodore Bikel's course postponed, 1971 Mar 10 
2 21
Memo to Editors: Christmas-In-March benefit concert, 1971 Mar 13 
2 21
Courses on drugs, welfare, and housing problems begin, 1971 Mar 23 
2 21
D.W. Griffith, Andy Warhol Retrospective, 1971 Mar 24 
2 21
Current Official Policy on Drug Addiction Criticized, 1971 Apr 8 
2 21
Poet Daniel Hoffman to Appear, 1971 Apr 12 
2 21
New School Launches New MA-Ph.D. in Political Economy, 1971 May 9 
2 21
Architect and environmentalist speaks at Commencement, 5/11/71 
2 21
Viveca Lindfors to teach, 1971 May 11 
2 21
275 Adult Courses and Workshops offered, 1971 May 
2 21
Roy R. Neuberger to Lecture on Investments, 1971 Jun 1 
2 21
New Designs for Central Park Zoo, 1971 Jun 1 
2 21
Top Craftsmen to Teach this Summer, 6/2/71 
2 21
455 to graduate, 6/4/71 
2 21
Dr. John Rutherford Everett, 1971 Jun 23 
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Most Abandoned Housing is Not Suitable for Rehabilitation, 6/24/71 
2 21
City Leaders to Discuss Municipal Problems, 6/28/71 
2 21
Daniel Ellsberg to Give Inaugural Lecture Opening Academic Year, 1971 Aug 10 
2 21
Fall '71 Bulletin Lists 800 Adult Courses and Special Lectures, 1971 Aug 15 
2 21
Expanded Paraprofessional Work-Study Programs for Women, 1971 Aug 31 
2 21
Black Courses at New School Cover Wide Range, 1971 Sep 8 
2 21
Half of NY City Children Receive Publicly-Aided Health Care, 1971 Oct 25 
2 21
Ten-Part Television Series, "What's New at The New School?," 1971 Nov 10 
2 21
It's Almost Winter early spring semester registration, 1971 Nov 
2 21
Dr. Spock, Commissioner Murphy, Schoenbrun, and Friedan to teach, 1971 Dec 21 
2 21
1972 Jan-Dec 
How Will the Securities Industry be Restructured?, 1/7/72 
2 22
Dim Prospects for Revenue Sharing and High Current Tax Rates Create Budget Dilemma, 1972 Mar 29 
2 22
New School Students Organize Latin American Conference, 3/1/72 
2 22
Wall Street Cold Shoulders Woman Investors, 1972 Apr 6 
2 22
Innovative College Freshman-Year Program for High School Students, 1972 May 14 
2 22
New School Graduates, Like Their Alma Mater, Not At All Typical, 6/5/72 
2 22
New Non-Partisan Organization to be Based at The New School, 11/3/1972 
2 22
Federal Discriminatory Quotas in Education Assailed by California Professor, 11/3/1972 
2 22
Henry Cohen Named Dean of New School's Center for New York City Affairs, 11/15/1972 
2 22
Eli Ginsberg Forecasts Bright Outlook: Expansion Predicted for New York's Economy in the 70's, 11/20/1972 
2 22
1973 Jan-1974 Apr 
Illuminating Course, 1973 Jan 
2 23
McCarthy Appointed Stevenson Professor, 1/9/1973 
2 23
Accelerated Decline in Parochial School Enrollment Predicted, 1973 Mar 14 
2 23
President Nixon Commends New School Employee, Who Rescued Two Women from Flaming Building, 3/20/1973 
2 23
Alice Rice Cook Dies, 1973 Apr 30 
2 23
La Guardia Awards Established, 1973 May 2 
2 23
New School to Offer 300 Courses During Summer '73 Semester, 5/11/73 
2 23
Four Distinguished New Yorkers Recieve First La Guardia Awards, 1973 Jun 1 
2 23
Loss of power by congressional delegation examined in City Almanac article, 1973 Jun 3 
2 23
Eighty Daytime Courses for Women and Paraprofessional Career Preparation Offered, 1973 Jun 
2 23
Conference for Women, 1973 Jul 19 
2 23
Willy Brandt receives honor at University-in-Exile's Fortieth Anniversary Convocation, 9/25/73 
2 23
New School's Media Citations for Willy Brandt, Rockefeller Family and Others, 9/25/73 
2 23
Address Delivered by Willy Brandt, 9/25/73 
2 23
Background: The University in Exile at The New School for Social Research, 1973 Sep 
2 23
Fiction Writers Conference, 1973 Oct 5 
2 23
Dr. Stephen H. Hymer, professor of economics, dead in auto crash, 1974 Feb 
2 23
Fiorello La Guardia Awards Dinner, 1974 Mar 
2 23
Memorial Convocation to Honor Horace Kallen, 1974 Mar 7 
2 23
Note to Editors: "Business Corporations and the Nation-State," David P. Calleo, 1974 Apr 6 
2 23
1975 Jan-Sep 
Note to Editors: Conference on Wall St. and the Economy, 1/14/75 
2 24
Raymond Hahn named Vice Presidenet for Business and Finance, 2/6/75 
2 24
Memo: Telly Savalas to appear, 1975 Jul 26 
2 24
Memo to Editors: “Charter Revision 1975 - What does it Offer?,” 1975 Aug 8 
2 24
How Things Work and How to Make and Repair Them, 8/24/75 
2 24
Theatre Law and Business, 8/25/75 
2 24
You Can Have Your Course and Eat it, Too, 8/26/75 
2 24
Walt Disney Course, 8/27/75 
2 24
“The Best French Course Under the Sun,” 1975 Sep 
2 24
Allen Rokash to Teach Course on Photographing Nature in New York City, 1975 Sep 2 
2 24
Bill Meyers – Guest Availability Memo, 9/75 
2 24
Oscar Brand "Songs of New York--A Bicentennial Celebration," 9/75 
2 24
Center for NY City Affairs “The Shape of New York Fashion,” 1975 Sep 
2 24
Eugene Callender course on Urban Blacks, 9/5/75 
2 24
New School Courses for Travelers, 1975 Sep 5 
2 24
History of NY Jewish Community course, 1975 Sep 5 
2 24
Angela Davis, Betty Friedan, Letty Pogrebin to speak at "Sharing the Future," 9/9/75 
2 24
Memo to Editors: Angela Davis, 1975 Sep 
2 24
Center for NYC Affairs – Fall Courses, 1975 Sep 8 
2 24
“The City at Night” course, 9/75 
2 24
Hundertwasser’s Complete Graphic Works art exhibit, 1975 Sep 
2 24
Hundertwasser art show listing, 1975 Sep 19 
2 24
Tum Suden art show listing, 1975 Sep 18 
2 24
Memo to Editors: John C. Culver lecture, 9/19/75 
2 24
Women Will Forecast the Year 2000 dinner forum, 9/22/75 
2 24
Richard Tum Suden art exhibit, 9/26/75 
2 24
Memos to Editors: Thoroughbred Racing course, 9/25/75 
2 24
Parsons Best Short Animated Films of 1975 screening, 9/30/75 
2 24
1975 Oct-Dec 
Memo to Editors: George McGovern "National Planning in a Free Society," 1975 Oct 6 
2 25
Memo to Editors: "Thoroughbred Racing," 1975 Oct 17 
2 25
Symposium on Economic Policy, 10/21/75 
2 25
Center for NYC Affairs Mid-Fall Semester, 10/75 
2 25
Memos to Editors: G. Hart "National Planning in a Free Society," 10/21/75 
2 25
Free Seminar on Banking, 10/21/75 
2 25
Vieri Salvadori Named Dean of Students at Parsons, 1975 Oct 24 
2 25
Eli Ginzberg Gives Leiber Lecture, Oct 27 1975 
2 25
“Free Noontime Discussion on Decisions about Living,” 1975 Oct 30 
2 25
Memo to Editors: Men Wield America's Political Power, 1975 Nov 
2 25
Photo Probes, A Free Photography Lecture Series, 11/4/75 
2 25
Senator Dale Bumpers “New York’s Financial Crisis,” Nov. 5, 1975 
2 25
David Steinberg (Humorist) at NS, Nov. 5, 1975 
2 25
William P. Morgan named Controller of NS, Nov. 5, 1975 
2 25
“Parsons Apprentice Programs,” Nov 7 1975 
2 25
The Dance in New York, 11/7/75 
2 25
Memo to Editors: Economic Symposium, Nov 13 1975 
2 25
David Attie Photography Exhibition, 11/17/75 
2 25
Eberstadt and Williams named Trustees of NS, Nov 1975 
2 25
City Almanac article: change health services, Nov 18 1975 
2 25
Three Free Photography Lectures, 11/20/75 
2 25
10th Wall Street Conference, 12/75 
2 25
Memo to Editors: Congressman John Conyers Jr. press conference, 1975 Dec 3 
2 25
IRP Members’ 85th Birthday Party, 12/5/1975 
2 25
Harrison Williams "Nostalgia Is No Nostrum for Neglect," Dec 1975 
2 25
NY Book Publishing Industry course, Dec 15 1975 
2 25
New York’s Fashion Industry course, Dec 15 1975 
2 25
New Jersey City and Suburbs course, Dec 15 1975 
2 25
Purchasing a Home in NY Metropolitain Area course, Nov 15 1975 
2 25
Center for NYC Affairs Roster of Judges, 12/15/75 
2 25
New Westchester Program, Dec 16 1975 
2 25
Center for NYC Affairs Real Estate courses, 12/15/75 
2 25
Guggenheimer to teach Center for NYC Affairs course, 12/22/75 
2 25
Gallent and Wagner teach Center for NYC Affairs courses, 12/22/75 
2 25
Center for NYC Affairs Nature Course, 12/75 
2 25
Center for NYC Affairs Gardening course, 12/22/75 
2 25
Early Risers courses, 12/22/75 
2 25
Photo Probes lecture series, 12/22/75 
2 25
Computer Animation course, 12/22/75 
2 25
Multiple Image Photography of David Attie Exhibit, 1975 Dec 31 
2 25
1976 Jan-Sep 
New Yorkers Helping New Yorkers forum and memo, 1/2/76 
2 26
Annual Student Award for Animated Comedy, 1/6/76 
2 26
Photography Workshops, 1/6/76 
2 26
Advertising and Public Relations courses, 1/6/76 
2 26
Numismatics Course, 1/8/76 
2 26
Weekend University, 1/8/76 
2 26
Cooking Courses, 1/9/76 
2 26
Knowhow Workshops, 1/9/76 
2 26
Retailing Courses, 1/9/76 
2 26
Available for Interview: Middle East expert Hirschmann, 1/11/76 
2 26
Free Music Composition Courses, 1/12/76 
2 26
Art Ross Psycho Cinema, 1/12/76 
2 26
Memo to Editors: Zalkind teaches Business of Music, 1/13/76 
2 26
Memo: Spring Concerts, 1/76 
2 26
Music for Film course, 1/15/76 
2 26
Cable TV and Electronic Communications Course, 1/15/76 
2 26
Employment Search Program, 6/21/76 
2 26
Summer Film Festival, 6/24/76 
2 26
City Almanac article: Emergency Financial Control Board, 9/28/76 
2 26
1977 Mar-Nov 
Monsters at Parsons [Gimbel] Library, 1977 Mar 24 
2 27
Westchester-Rockland graduate courses, 1977 Apr 26 
2 27
Top Designers, Editors, Retail Executives To Discuss Fashion, 1977 Jul 
2 27
47 Courses in Psychology This Fall, 1977 Jul 
2 27
Energy Alternatives Explored, 1977 Jul 
2 27
City Almanac Suggests City Concentrate on Areas It Controls, 1977 Jul 6 
2 27
Pogrebin on Women's Career Opportunities, 1977 Jul 27 
2 27
Media People Focus on the Media, 1977 Jul 27 
2 27
Intensive 300-Hour 1st Class FCC Licensing course, 1977 Jul 28 
2 27
Parsons Offers Courses at White Plains, 1977 Aug 9 
2 27
Graduate Courses in White Plains, 1977 Aug 10 
2 27
Allen to Teach Course on Fabrics, 1977 Aug 12 
2 27
Marvin Rich Named Director of Development, 1977 Aug 18 
2 27
Judith Leiber to Teach Handbag Design, 1977 Aug 23 
2 27
Gloria Buce to Teach Fundamentals of Textile Design, 1977 Aug 23 
2 27
International Career Conference on Women's Effectiveness, 1977 Aug 24 
2 27
Terry Reynolds named director of new fashion center, 1977 Aug 24 
2 27
Sal J. Cesarani Teach Menswear Design, 1977 Aug 25 
2 27
Lydia Deutsch Teach Lingerie and Loungewear Design, 1977 Aug 29 
2 27
Nagel to Teach Photographic and TV Styling, 1977 
2 27
Marilyn Lundy to Teach Fashion Buying and Merchandising, 1977 
2 27
Beth Levine to Teach Shoe Design, 1977 
2 27
Introduction to Photography in Japanese, 1977 
2 27
Graduate Tourism and Travel Program new faculty, 1977 
2 27
Terenzio teaches Intro to U.S. Health Care Systems, 1977 Sep 
2 27
Spanfeller teaches Illustration, 1977 Sep 
2 27
City Almanac: Fundamental Governmental and Fiscal Reforms, 1977 Sep 22 
2 27
Stimulating Employment in the Private Sector Conference, 1977 Sep 29 
2 27
"New York WPA Artists, Then and Now" on View, 1977 Oct 10 
2 27
Murray Tinkelman One-Man Society of Illustrators Show, 1977 Oct 11 
2 27
Anthony Toney to Have One-Man Show, 1977 Oct 17 
2 27
"The Essence of the City" guest lecturers, 1977 Oct 20 
2 27
Thompson to teach "Going Out in New York," 1977 Oct 21 
2 27
Brownstone renovation and development, real estate courses, 1977 Oct 21 
2 27
15th Anniversary of IRP Luncheon, 1977 Oct 28 
2 27
Howard L. Clark to recieve first American Tourism Award, 1977 Nov 7 
2 27
Victor Borge Receives "Electric Mind" Citation, 1977 Nov 8 
2 27
1978, Feb-Jun, 1982 May 22 
City Almanac: Nation Must End 30 Year War Against Cities, 2/2/78 
2 28
First Graduate Program in Fund Raising Management, 5/25/78 
2 28
Habenstreit Appointed Director of Public Relations, 6/27/78 
2 28
Fanton Named President of The New School for Social Research, 5/22/1982 
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