Scope and Content
This collection contains material relating to the founding, history, and administration of the College of Urban Development. Materials include annual reports, meeting minutes, administration correspondence, workshop and conference information, college publications, and extensive subject files relating to issues pertinent to urban issues and development. Of special note, the collections contains audio recordings and information related to the College’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Lectures and Urban Forum, which hosted many important speakers related to urban development and civil rights. There are also photographs/negatives documenting College events.
Archivist’s note: because of the cross-over of personnel and programs involved with the College’s founding, there are materials in this collection that may relate to other university programs. See Finding Aids for: UA 3.23 (Center for Urban Affairs), UA 8.2 (Center for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives), and UA 17.20 (Robert L. Green papers).
- From the Record Group: Michigan State University. Urban Affairs Programs (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research. Some of the materials are restricted.
From the Record Group: 11 Cubic Feet (11 boxes)
Language of Materials
From the Record Group: English