Columbia University Archives

Columbia University in World War I Collection, 1914-1970

Series VIII: Publications and Clippings, 1914-1970

Series VIII contains publications and newspaper clippings regarding the University's participation in the war effort. Also includes articles on related issues such as academic freedom (including the controversy over Professors Beard, Cattell and Dana), student protests to the war, the ban on speaker Count Ilya Tolstoy in February 1917, protests by pacifists, and articles on "draft evaders" (in particular Charles F. Phillips). See also full issues of the Columbia Spectator from March, 1917 in the oversize folder "Collections Oversize-World War I Collection-Newspaper Clippings." Columbia's War Work publication is housed in the oversize folder Collections Oversize-World War I Collection--General along with an anti-war poster and two military maps.

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Box 16 Folder 16 Anti-War Pamphlets, undated

Box 16 Folder 17 Articles regarding Academic Freedom, 1917-1919

Box 17 Folder 1 to 2 Articles regarding Columbia and the War, 1914, 1917-1925, 1935-1940, 1970, 1914, 1917-1925, 1935-1940, 1970, (2 Folders)

Box 17 Folder 3 Columbia War Publications, 1917-1919

Box 17 Folder 4 General, 1917

Box 17 Folder 5 Non-Columbia War Publications, 1917-1919

Box 18 Committee on Women's War Work Membership Cards--A through Col