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Guide to the Franklyn S. Haiman Papers 1927/2003

Overview of the Collection

Title:

Franklyn S. Haiman Papers

Dates:

1927-2003

Collector:

Haiman, Franklyn Saul

Size:

23.00

Repository:

Northwestern University Archives

Deering Library, Room 110
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL, 60208-2300
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives
Email: archives@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3354

Abstract:

A scholar specializing in First Amendment issues, Haiman held leadership positions in academic and political organizations including the American Association of University Professors [AAUP], the Speech Association of America [SAA], the Speech Communication Association [SCA] and the American Civil Liberties Union [ACLU]. Dating from 1927 to 2003, the Franklyn S. Haiman papers comprise biographical and educational materials, correspondence, Northwestern University files, teaching materials, presentation notes and records, publications files, research notes, and records documenting Haiman's involvement in the American Association of University Professors, the Speech Communication Association, and the American Civil Liberties Union at the local, state, and national levels. The bulk of the papers dates from 1949 to 2003, with teaching materials forming the largest category of files.

Biographical Information

Teacher, scholar, and free speech advocate Franklyn S. Haiman was born on June 23, 1921 and raised in what he later termed the “socially segregated” Jewish community of Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Haiman received his MA and Ph.D. degrees from Northwestern University, both in Speech. He joined NU's faculty in 1948, where he remained beyond his 1991 retirement, continuing to lecture and participate in panels at the University for years to come. Haiman was also involved with the ACLU for many years.

After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve University) in Cleveland, Haiman entered the U.S. Army Air Force in 1942 and served as a clerk for two years at an airbase in Norfolk County, England. In 1945, using G.I. Bill funding, he enrolled as a graduate student at Northwestern University, where in 1946 he earned his Master of Arts degree in Speech and in 1948, his Doctorate degree in Speech with a minor in Psychology. While a graduate student, he chaired the General Assembly of Northwestern's Mock United Nations (1946).

From January to August 1948 Haiman served as Lecturer in Psychology at Northwestern; from September 1948 until 1951, as Instructor of Speech; from 1951 to 1956, as Assistant Professor of Speech; and from 1956 to 1961, as Associate Professor of Group Communication. In September 1961 Haiman was promoted to Professor of Group Communication (later altered to “Group Communication and Urban Affairs,” and subsequently “Communication Studies and Urban Affairs”); and in 1988, he was elected to the endowed John Evans professorship in Communication Studies, a position that he would hold until his retirement in 1991. He served as Chair of the Communications Department from 1964 until 1975. In 1955 Haiman married Louise Goble, a graduate school colleague “who had grown up in social and economic circumstances as different from mine as the United States is wide.” Their children Mark David and Eric Saul were born respectively in 1958 and 1960.

A scholar specializing in First Amendment issues, Haiman held leadership positions in academic and political organizations including the American Association of University Professors [AAUP], the Speech Association of America [SAA], the Speech Communication Association [SCA] and the American Civil Liberties Union [ACLU]. From 1961 until 1962 Haiman was President of the Northwestern chapter of AAUP, which he also served as Vice President from 1982 until 1983. His role in the SCA included founding and chairing the organization's Commission on Freedom of Speech (1961-1965). In the SAA, Haiman served as Vice-Chairman (1958) and Chairman (1959) of the Interest Group on Discussion and Group Methods, and a member of the Committee on Professional Ethics and Standards (1960-1963). From 1961 to 1965 Haiman chaired the SAA's Committee on Freedom of Speech, of which he remained a member until 1971. From 1965 to 1968 and from 1978 to 1980, he also served as Associate Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Speech.

Haiman's involvement with the American Civil Liberties Union [ACLU] began in 1958, when reports of racial discrimination at Evanston Township High School prompted him to lead an ACLU North Shore Committee investigation into the allegations. Following inquiries into the censorship activities of the Evanston Citizens for Decent Literature (book censorship) and the Evanston Police Department (movie censorship), the Illinois Division of the ACLU elevated Haiman's North Shore Committee to chapter status, with Haiman serving as the chapter's President and representative to the state board. In this capacity Haiman led an ACLU lawsuit ("Haiman v. Morris", 1961) against suburban chiefs of police who had ordered the banning and confiscation from local bookstores of Henry Miller's allegedly “obscene” novel Tropic of Cancer. From 1964 until 1975 Haiman served as the ACLU's Illinois Division Chairman and, beginning in 1966, as its representative to the National Board of Directors. His other ACLU offices included membership on the Civil Liberties Review editorial board (1972 -1979); National Corporate Secretary (1976-1982); and National Executive Committee member (1976-1984) and Vice President (from 1987).

Haiman published and lectured extensively in the areas of First Amendment rights and group interactions. His monographs include "Group Leadership and Democratic Action" (1951); "The Dynamics of Discussion" (1960); "Freedom of Speech: Issues and Cases" (1965); "Freedom of Speech" (1976); "The Dynamics of Discussion: Communication in Small Groups", 2nd Edition (1980); and "Speech and Law in a Free Society" (1984). In addition to books, Haiman has produced many opinion pieces and scholarly articles, including studies of dissent and expression in Denmark, France, and Japan. Since 1947 his speaking engagements included conference and workshop presentations, television appearances, public debates, and lectures at colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. Haiman's scholarship and free speech advocacy earned many recognitions, including the Illinois Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Award (1967), the ACLU's Harry Kalven Freedom of Expression Award (1978), the Hugh Hefner First Amendment Award (1981), the Speech Communication Association Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Book (1982); the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award (1982); the Central States Speech Association's Distinguished Communicator Award (1983); and a Fulbright Visiting Lectureship in Paris, France (1989).

Upon Franklyn Haiman's retirement from full-time teaching in 1991, Northwestern University honored him with an academic conference entitled “Freedom of Speech and the American Community.” As Professor Emeritus he continued to lecture, conduct seminars, and participate in panel discussions.

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Corporate Name:

American Civil Liberties Union--History

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Dept. of Communication Studies--Faculty

Personal Name:

Haiman, Franklyn Saul

Topical Term:

Communication--Study and teaching (Higher)--United States

Freedom of speech--United States

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The series was formed from Accessions #84-102, #85-158, #88-60, #91-82, #94-61, #96-69, #98-176, #99-197 and #03-212, all donated to the University Archives by Franklyn S. Haiman.

Processing Information

Rae Sikula Bielakowski; February 2004. Lori Osborne; June 2004.

Separated Materials

Five photographs were separated from the series and added to the University Archives' photographic collection. Two audio cassette recordings (dated 1980 and 1987) of Haiman's speeches and one video cassette recording (VC740), an oral history of Haiman's career, were separated from the series and added to the Archives' audiovisual collection.

Conditions Governing Access

None.

Scope and Contents

Dating from 1927 to 2003, the Franklyn S. Haiman papers comprise biographical and educational materials, correspondence, Northwestern University files, teaching materials, presentation notes and records, publications files, research notes, and records documenting Haiman's involvement in the American Association of University Professors, the Speech Communication Association, and the American Civil Liberties Union at the local, state, and national levels. The bulk of the papers dates from 1949 to 2003, with teaching materials forming the largest category of files. Especially interesting are the materials documenting Haiman's leadership role in ACLU activities in Chicago's North Shore communities, in Illinois, and nationally.

The biographical materials span the years 1960 to 2003 and include curricula vitae (1976-1998); newspaper clippings pertaining to Haiman's career; faculty activity reports submitted by Haiman to Northwestern University; and clippings and announcements of the awards and honors won by Haiman. One folder contains a sketch of Haiman's family tree. (For additional biographical information, see Haiman's typescript “Memoirs of a Card-Carrying Member of the ACLU” filed in Box 19, Folder 15 of this series.)

Dating from 1927 to 1952, the educational materials consist of official records, report cards, and course syllabi and notes that document Haiman's public school career in Cleveland Heights; undergraduate career at Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH); military service; and graduate career at Northwestern University.

Haiman's correspondence ranges from 1949 to 2003 and is comprised of general correspondence (arranged chronologically); correspondence pertaining to Haiman's professional activities of speaking and publishing (arranged chronologically); and correspondence subject files (arranged alphabetically by subject). Extending from 1949 to 2003, the general correspondence includes incoming and outgoing letters regarding Haiman's professional relationships, teaching, research, Northwestern University business, and participation in professional organizations. Noteworthy correspondence includes Haiman's exchange with Harold Grotta, President of the Jewish fraternity Zeta Beta Tau, regarding the fraternity's membership restrictions (May 26, 1949; March 29, 1951); Haiman's criticisms of the Daily Northwestern's coverage of racial issues at Evanston Township High School (April 10, 1959); letters to and from Brenton Ver Ploeg, soldier and former student, regarding military justice in Vietnam (October 20, 1968; October 24, 1968); correspondence pertaining to Haiman's foreign research (1985-1986); exchanges with U.S. Representative Abner Mikva (1976-1977); and letters to and from Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (June 15 and 24, 1993). The professional activities correspondence highlights Haiman's speaking and publishing career from 1986 to 2003.

Relating mainly to Haiman's teaching and scholarship, the alphabetical subject files also include letters, clippings, and official documents related to the public disturbances allegedly incited by black power leader H. Rap Brown in Cambridge, Maryland, Haiman's research in France and Japan, complimentary letters from colleagues and former students, the scholarship of Thomas Tedford and of Professor of Law and ACLU President Nadine Strossen, and the Speech Communication Association. Haiman also maintained a file containing brief notes from such prominent public figures as Chicago Mayor Richard Daley (1960), Edward R. Murrow (1961), Chief Justice Earl Warren (1973), future President John F. Kennedy (1950), then a Massachusetts senator, presidential candidates Adlai E. Stevenson (1959) and Hubert Humphrey (1959), Supreme Court Justices Hugo Black (1964) and William J. Brennan, Jr. (1983), House of Representatives Majority Leader and former student, Richard Gephardt (1994), and President Bill Clinton (1993).

The Northwestern University files date from 1946 to 2002 and include general correspondence and alphabetically arranged subject files related to Haiman's career and committee work at the University. Subjects include Haiman's organization of an Annenberg Washington Program conference in 1990; Teaching Assistant Russell Barefield's organization of a “student power” movement in 1967; Geography Professor K. Patricia Burnett's suspension from the faculty in 1981; and Haiman's committee work for the University and the School of Speech (now School of Communication).

The teaching files date from 1946 to 1991 and consist of grade sheets and evaluations; course materials on freedom of speech topics; communications course materials; and correspondence relating to dissertation supervision. The grade sheets date from 1946 until 1991, and the general course evaluations date from 1949 until 1991. Course materials, arranged by course number within the topical categories of “freedom of speech” and “communications” include syllabi and reading lists, examinations, and student papers. Dissertation supervision files comprise correspondence and student dissertation proposals.

Chronologically arranged, presentations files contain publicity materials, drafts of Haiman's speeches, and correspondence relating to Haiman's speaking engagements.

Publications files consist of general correspondence, monograph, and article categories. Dating from 1988 to 2003, the two folders of general correspondence pertain to Haiman's later publishing career. Containing publicity materials, correspondence, and a typescript of Haiman's book "Group Leadership and Democratic Action", the monograph files span from 1950 to 2003 and are arranged alphabetically by publication title. Article files (1947-2003) are chronologically arranged, except for final subject files pertaining to the Haiman's 1990 article “Is Racist Speech Beyond the Pale?”; legal permissions; responses to articles; book reviews by Haiman; and plagiarism allegations by Haiman against authors Cecil Gibbs and Gordon Lippitt.

Research notes date from 1968 to 1988 and consist of handwritten notes and data analysis from Haiman's research on the media and dissent in Japan, France, the Netherlands, and Denmark.

Dating from 1957 to 1970, the American Association of University Professors [AAUP] files are arranged alphabetically by subject and consist of correspondence, reports, and resolutions related to AAUP activities at Northwestern University. One folder of materials pertains to an AAUP inquiry (1970) into Northwestern's non-renewal of the contract of Jack Sawyer, a controversial professor who awarded his students non-contingent grades.

The Speech Association of America [SAA] files, also arranged alphabetically by subject, date from 1950 to 1978 and include correspondence and records related to Haiman's leadership of the Commission on Freedom of Speech; the SAA's "Free Speech Newsletter"; and the publication of the SAA's Free Speech Yearbook.

Arranged alphabetically by subject, the Speech Communication Association [SCA] files range from 1970 to 1985 and document Haiman's free speech advocacy at SCA conventions and as chair of its Freedom of Speech Committee. The files include copies of the SAA's "Freedom of Speech Newsletter". (Note: The Speech Association of America officially changed its named to Speech Communication Association in 1970).

Dating from 1959 to 1995, the American Civil Liberties Union [ACLU] files provide a broad-ranging overview of both Haiman's ACLU leadership and the ACLU's local and national activities. The files comprise a memoir by Haiman; organizational records, correspondence, and minutes; and subject files that document both Haiman's ACLU leadership at local, state, and national levels, and ACLU activity in Evanston during the late 1950s, the 1960s, and 1970s. In the typescript “Memoirs of a Card-Carrying Member of the ACLU” (1994), Haiman discusses his childhood, political development, and ACLU career. The alphabetically arranged organizational records relate to the "Civil Liberties Review" editorial board, the ACLU's Illinois Division, the National Board of Directors, and various committees, including the North Shore Committee and National Executive Committee. A subgroup within the organizational records, the Illinois Division chairman's correspondence, is arranged chronologically from 1964 to 1975 and consists of incoming and outgoing letters related to Haiman's activities as ACLU Illinois chairman. The subject files are in alphabetical order and contain newspaper clippings and correspondence that document ACLU activity in Evanston and its neighboring suburbs. Subjects pertain to his personal support of political campaigns and platforms, including those of U.S. Representative Abner J. Mikva; controversy over the discharge of Social Science Teacher L. E. Dennis from Glenbrook High School (Northbrook, IL) in 1961; the 1958-59 investigation of racial discrimination at Evanston Township High School; book and movie censorship in Evanston; the Nazi Party's intended demonstrations in the suburb of Skokie, IL; and Northwestern University President J. Roscoe Miller's banning of a planned speech by Nazi Leader George Lincoln Rockwell on the Evanston campus in 1963.

INVENTORY

Biographical

Box 1

Folder 1

Curriculum Vitae

1976-1998

Box 1

Folder 2

Clippings and Press Releases

1960-1979

Box 1

Folder 3

Clippings and Press Releases

1980-2003

Box 1

Folder 4

Faculty Activity Reports

1971-1991

Box 1

Folder 5

Honors and Awards

1973-1998

Box 1

Folder 6

Illinois Library Association Award

1967

Box 1

Folder 7

Genealogy

n.d.

Education

Box 1

Folder 8

Public School Education

1927-1939

Box 1

Folder 9

Undergraduate Education, Western Reserve University

1939-1942

Box 1

Folder 10

Course Notes, Western Reserve University

1940-1941

Box 1

Folder 11

Course Notes, Western Reserve University

1941-1942

Box 1

Folder 12

Military Service

1942-1952

Box 2

Folder 1

Graduate Education

1945-1948

Box 2

Folder 2

G.I. Bill Records

1946-1948

Box 2

Folder 3

Mock United Nations

1946

Box 2

Folder 4

Course Notes [General]

1946-1947

Box 2

Folder 5

Course Notes I [Speech C25a], Northwestern University

1947

Box 2

Folder 6

Course Notes II [Speech C25a], Northwestern University

1947

Box 2

Folder 7

Course Notes [History of Rhetoric], Northwestern University

1945-1946

Box 2

Folder 8

Course Papers and Presentations

1946-1947

Correspondence

Box 2

Folder 9

General

1949-1967

Box 3

Folder 1

General

1968-1970

Box 3

Folder 2

General

1971-1977

Box 3

Folder 3

General

1978-1986

Box 3

Folder 4

General

1985-1986

Box 3

Folder 5

General

1987-1988

Box 3

Folder 6

General

1989-1990

Box 3

Folder 7

General

1991

Box 3

Folder 8

General

1992-1993

Box 3

Folder 9

General

1994-1995

Box 3

Folder 10

General

1996

Box 4

Folder 1

General

1997-1998

Box 4

Folder 2

General

1999

Box 4

Folder 3

Professional activities

Nov. 1986-Mar. 1987

Box 4

Folder 4

Professional activities

Apr. 1987-Dec. 1988

Box 4

Folder 5

Professional activities

1989-1991

Box 4

Folder 6

Professional activities

1992

Box 4

Folder 7

Professional activities

1993-1994

Box 5

Folder 1

Professional activities

1995-1996

Box 5

Folder 2

Professional activities

1999-2003

Subject Files

Box 5

Folder 3

Baldwin, Roger

1966-1976

Box 5

Folder 4

Big Ten Study Committee of Speech Departments

1964-1966

Box 5

Folder 5

Brown Incident

1968-1976

Box 5

Folder 6

Colorado Taxpayers v. Romer

1990

Box 5

Folder 7

France

1985-1986

Box 5

Folder 8

Fulbright award (France)

1986-1989

Box 5

Folder 9

Japan

1984-1987

Box 5

Folder 10

Letters of Appreciation

1949-1979

Box 5

Folder 11

Letters of Appreciation

1980-1985

Box 6

Folder 1

Manuscript reviews: General

1955-1984

Box 6

Folder 2

Manuscript reviews: Strossen, Nadine

1990

Box 6

Folder 3

Manuscript reviews: Tedford, Thomas

1980-1983

Box 6

Folder 4

Manuscript reviews: Tedford, Thomas

1990-1991

Box 6

Folder 5

Manuscript reviews: Tedford, Thomas

1996-1999

Box 6

Folder 6

Midwest Group for Human Resources

1964-1965

Box 6

Folder 7

National Training Laboratories

1960-1971

Box 6

Folder 8

Phi Beta Kappa

1958-1960

Box 6

Folder 9

Public figures

1959-1983

Box 6

Folder 10

Students

1980-1991

Box 6

Folder 11

Visiting professorship, University of New Mexico

1990-1995

Box 6

Folder 12

Visiting professorship, University of Pennsylvania

1991-1993, n.d.

Box 6

Folder 13

Visiting professorship, San Francisco State University

1992

Northwestern University

Box 6

Folder 14

General

1970-1985

Box 6

Folder 15

Annenberg Conference on Campus Racist Speech

1989-1990

Box 6

Folder 16

Annenberg Conference: Proceedings

1990

Box 6

Folder 17

Annenberg Washington Program, Faculty Advisory Committee

1987-1989

Box 7

Folder 1

Appointments and Contracts (Haiman)

1946-1988

Box 7

Folder 2

Barefield, Russell

1967

Box 7

Folder 3

Burnett, K. Patricia

1981

Box 7

Folder 4

Conference in Haiman's honor: Correspondence

1990-1991

Box 7

Folder 5

Conference in Haiman's honor: Proceedings

May 1991

Box 7

Folder 6

Faculty Search Committee

1990

Box 7

Folder 7

Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning

1992-2002

Box 7

Folder 8

General Faculty Committee

1972-1975

Box 7

Folder 9

Hearing and Appeals Board

1969-1970

Box 7

Folder 10

John Evans professorship

1988

Box 7

Folder 11

Salary (Haiman)

1950-1990

Box 7

Folder 12

School of Speech

1955-1978

Box 7

Folder 13

School of Speech: Committee on Clinical Staff Positions

1975

Box 8

Folder 1

School of Speech: Committee on Teaching Loads

1958-1966

Box 8

Folder 2

School of Speech: Evening Division Committee

1976-1977

Box 8

Folder 3

School of Speech: Internship program proposal

1989

Box 8

Folder 4

Telecommunications Group

1972-1974

Teaching Files

Box 8

Folder 5

Grade sheets

1946-1953

Box 8

Folder 6

Grade sheets

1954-1966

Box 8

Folder 7

Grade sheets

1967-1980

Box 8

Folder 8

Grade sheets

1980-1991

Box 8

Folder 9

Course evaluations, general

1949-1991

Box 8

Folder 10

“American Culture” [C01]

1976-1982

“Contemporary Problems in Freedom of Speech”

Box 8

Folder 11

Course proposal [C30]

1963-1964

Box 8

Folder 12

Syllabi and reading lists [C30]

1963-1984

Box 8

Folder 13

Syllabi and reading lists [C30]

1987-1991

Box 8

Folder 14

Assignments [C30]

1972-1985

Box 8

Folder 15

Examinations [C30]

1963-1991

Box 9

Folder 1

Examinations [C30-2]

1974-1991

Box 9

Folder 2

Evaluations [C30]

1976-1984

Box 9

Folder 3

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1967-1968

Box 9

Folder 4

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1969

Box 9

Folder 5

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1971-1972

Box 9

Folder 6

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1974

Box 9

Folder 7

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1975-1977

Box 9

Folder 8

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1978-1980

Box 9

Folder 9

Outstanding term papers [C30]

1981-1984

Box 10

Folder 1

Research Topics in Freedom of Speech [C80]

1991

Box 10

Folder 2

Honors thesis [C98]

1984

Box 10

Folder 3

Independent study papers [C99]

1968

Box 10

Folder 4

Independent study papers [C99]

1972-1973, n.d.

Box 10

Folder 5

Seminar in Freedom of Speech [D30]

1973-1979, n.d.

Box 10

Folder 6

Graduate study papers [D30]

1977-1978

Communication Courses

Box 10

Folder 7

“Interpersonal Communication” [A01]

1973

Box 10

Folder 8

“Discussion” examinations [A01/B21]

1947-1958, n.d.

Box 10

Folder 9

“Discussion” examinations: student responses

1949

Box 10

Folder 10

“Introduction to Communication Studies” [A10]

1974-1990

Box 10

Folder 11

Public Speaking [A20]

1946-1961

Box 10

Folder 12

Syllabi and reading lists [B24/D27/D70]

1946-1969

Box 10

Folder 13

Syllabi and reading lists [B24/D27/D70]

1970-1980

Box 11

Folder 1

Group Leadership [B24] notes

1950-1959

Box 11

Folder 2

Group Leadership [B24] notes

1960-1961

Box 11

Folder 3

Group Leadership [B24] notes

1962-1965

Box 11

Folder 4

Group Leadership [B24] student responses

1951, n.d.

Box 11

Folder 5

Group Leadership [B24] weekly papers

1951-1956

Box 11

Folder 6

Group Leadership [B24] weekly papers

1960-1965, n.d.

Box 11

Folder 7

Group Leadership [B24] examinations

1949-1965

Box 11

Folder 8

Small Group Processes [B24] examinations

1967-1987

Box 11

Folder 9

Small Group Processes [B50] action on campus segregation

1987

Box 11

Folder 10

Group Dynamics [C22] notes

1950-1963

Box 11

Folder 11

Group Dynamics [C22] selected weekly papers

1952-1962

Box 12

Folder 1

Group Dynamics [C22/D27] examinations

1950-1970

Box 12

Folder 2

Group Dynamics [C22] examinations: student responses

1951

Box 12

Folder 3

Outstanding research papers [C22, D26, D99]

1950

Box 12

Folder 4

Outstanding research papers [C22, D26, D99]

1951

Box 12

Folder 5

Outstanding research papers [C22, D26, D99]

1952-1959

Box 12

Folder 6

Outstanding research papers [C22, D26, D99]

1962-1970

Box 12

Folder 7

Outstanding research papers [C22, D26, D99]

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 8

“Contemporary Public Address” [C25/C27]: Syllabi

1966-1970

Box 12

Folder 9

“Contemporary Public Address [C25/C27]: Examinations

1966-1970

Box 12

Folder 10

“Contemporary Public Address [C25/C27]: Selected papers

1966-1967, n.d.

Box 13

Folder 1

“Ethical Issues in Communication” [C91] syllabi

1981-1991

Box 13

Folder 2

“Ethical Issues in Communication [C91] examinations

1982-1991

Box 13

Folder 3

Independent study papers [C99, D99]

1952

Box 13

Folder 4

Independent study papers [C99, D99]

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 5

“Seminar in Communication Theory” [D29]

1971

Box 13

Folder 6

“Problems in Public Address” [E25] papers

1960

Summer Teaching

Box 13

Folder 7

“Psychology of Adjustment” [Psychology B2]

1948

Box 13

Folder 8

“Psychology of Adjustment” [B2] term papers

1948

Box 13

Folder 9

“Symposium in Motivation” [Speech C30]

1949

Box 13

Folder 10

“Group Leadership” [Speech SD1, at Garrett]

1950

Dissertation Supervision

Box 13

Folder 11

General

1954-1963

Box 13

Folder 12

General

1964-1981

Box 13

Folder 13

Stoller, Martin

1988-1989

Presentations

Box 14

Folder 1

Presentations

1948-1952

Box 14

Folder 2

Presentations

1953-1956

Box 14

Folder 3

Presentations

1957-1959

Box 14

Folder 4

Presentations

1960-1961

Box 14

Folder 5

Presentations

1962-1963

Box 14

Folder 6

Presentations

1964-1965

Box 14

Folder 7

Presentations

1966-1967

Box 15

Folder 1

Presentations

1968-1969

Box 15

Folder 2

Presentations

1970-1972

Box 15

Folder 3

Presentations

1973-1976

Box 15

Folder 4

Presentations

1977-1979

Box 15

Folder 5

Presentations

1980-1982

Box 15

Folder 6

Presentations

1983-2003

Publications

Box 15

Folder 7

General

1988-1991

Box 15

Folder 8

General

1995-2003

Monographs

Box 16

Folder 1

Dynamics of Discussion

1957-1967

Box 16

Folder 2

Dynamics of Discussion

1974-1976

Box 16

Folder 3

Dynamics of Discussion

1977-1980

Box 16

Folder 4

Freedom, Democracy, and Responsibility: Selected Writings…

1999

Box 16

Folder 5

Freedom of Speech

1963-1975

Box 16

Folder 6

Group Leadership and Democratic Action

1951

Box 16

Folder 7

Group leadership and Democratic Action [typescript]

1950

Box 16

Folder 8

Religious Expression and the American Constitution

2001-2003

Box 16

Folder 9

Speech Acts and the First Amendment

1992-1994

Box 17

Folder 1

Speech and Law in a Free Society

1977-1983

Box 17

Folder 2

Speech and Law in a Free Society, permissions

1979-1980

Box 17

Folder 3

Speech and Law in a Free Society, publicity

1981-1986

Box 17

Folder 4

Speech and Law in a Free Society, reviews

1982-1985

Box 17

Folder 5

To Protect These Rights [textbook series]

1975-1976

Box 17

Folder 6

To Protect These Rights [textbook series]

1977-1981

Box 17

Folder 7

To Protect These Rights [textbook series], royalties

1978-1982

Box 17

Folder 8

Research monographs, Institute for Modern Communications

1955-1966

Articles

Box 17

Folder 9

Articles

1947-1958

Box 17

Folder 10

Articles

1963-1970

Box 18

Folder 1

Articles

1971-1975

Box 18

Folder 2

Articles

1976-1985

Box 18

Folder 3

Articles

1987-1991

Box 18

Folder 4

Articles: “Is Racist Speech Beyond the Pale?”

1990-1991

Box 18

Folder 5

Articles: permissions

1965-1980

Box 18

Folder 6

Articles: responses

1952-1985

Box 18

Folder 7

Book reviews by Haiman

1965-2003

Box 18

Folder 8

Plagiarism allegations

1955-1966

Research Files

Box 18

Folder 9

Denmark

1968-1971

Box 18

Folder 10

Denmark, Interview Data

1969

Box 19

Folder 1

Denmark, Data Analysis

1969

Box 19

Folder 2

France and the Netherlands

1986

Box 19

Folder 3

French Election

1988

Box 19

Folder 4

Japan

1985

American Association of University Professors [AAUP]

Box 19

Folder 5

Academic Freedom

1957-1962

Box 19

Folder 6

Educational Policy Committee

1959-1961

Box 19

Folder 7

Faculty Participation in Student Government

1961-1964

Box 19

Folder 8

Sawyer, Jack

1970

Speech Association of America [SAA]

Box 19

Folder 9

General

1950-1968

Box 19

Folder 10

Committee on Freedom of Speech

1963-1967

Box 19

Folder 11

Committee on Freedom of Speech

1968-1978

Box 19

Folder 12

Conventions

1961-1969

Box 19

Folder 13

Freedom of Speech Newsletters

1962-1967

Speech Communications Association [SCA]

Box 19

Folder 14

General

1970-1982

Box 20

Folder 1

Free Speech Commission

1972

Box 20

Folder 2

Free Speech Newsletter evaluations

1975

Box 20

Folder 3

Free Speech Yearbook

1970-1985

Box 20

Folder 4

Projects

1972-1974

American Civil Liberties Union

Box 20

Folder 5

“Memoirs of a Card-Carrying Member of the ACLU”

1994

Organizational Records

Box 20

Folder 6

Civil Liberties Review, Editorial Board

1972-1979

Box 20

Folder 7

Constitution Committee

1987-1995

Box 20

Folder 8

Free Speech and Association Committee

1989-1991

Box 20

Folder 9

Free Speech and Association Committee

1992

Box 20

Folder 10

Free Speech and Association Committee

1993-1994

Box 20

Folder 11

Nominating Committee

1997

Box 20

Folder 12

North Shore Committee

1959-1964

Box 20

Folder 13

Illinois Division: General

1964-1965

Box 20

Folder 14

Illinois Division: General

1966-1968

Box 21

Folder 1

Illinois Division: General

1969-1970

Box 21

Folder 2

Illinois Division: General

1971-1975

Box 21

Folder 3

Illinois Division: General

1976-1985

Box 21

Folder 4

Illinois Division: Chairman's Correspondence

1964-1968

Box 21

Folder 5

Illinois Division: Chairman's Correspondence

1969-1970

Box 21

Folder 6

Illinois Division: Chairman's Correspondence

1971-1973

Box 21

Folder 7

Illinois Division: Chairman's Correspondence

1974-1975

Box 21

Folder 8

National Board of Directors

1966-1975

Box 22

Folder 1

National Board of Directors

1976-1985

Box 22

Folder 2

National Board of Directors: Minutes

1965-1975

Box 22

Folder 3

National Board of Directors: Minutes

1975-1983

Box 22

Folder 4

National Board of Directors: Minutes

1984-1992

Box 22

Folder 5

National Executive Committee: Minutes

1976-1984

Box 22

Folder 6

Racist Speech Committee

1990

Box 22

Folder 7

Term Limits Committee

1994-1995

Subject Files

Box 22

Folder 8

Congressional re-districting

1975-1976

Box 22

Folder 9

Dennis, L.E.

1961

Box 22

Folder 10

Education Program

1995-1998

Box 23

Folder 1

Education Program: Online courses

1996

Box 23

Folder 2

Evanston Citizens' Committee for Decent Publications

1959-1960

Box 23

Folder 3

Evanston Film Censorship

1960-1962

Box 23

Folder 4

Local Political Campaigns

1960-1984

Box 23

Folder 5

Mikva, Rep. Abner J.

1975-1977

Box 23

Folder 6

Nazi demonstrations [Skokie, IL]

1977-1978

Box 23

Folder 7

Peace and World Affairs Center of Evanston

1972-1973

Box 23

Folder 8

Publication: “First Freedoms,” pamphlet by Haiman

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 9

Race Relations at Evanston Township High School

1958-1959

Box 23

Folder 10

Rockwell, George Lincoln

1963

Box 23

Folder 11

Tropic of Cancer case (Haiman v. Morris)

1961-1964