"General Strike Circular" flier
A typewritten flier outlining procedures for strikes at BGSU and listing demands made of the administration by students.
"The New Permissiveness and Its Problems" pamphlet
A typewritten pamphlet detailing one student's dissatisfaction with increasingly liberal student governance.
A list of recommendations for the creation of a series of teach-ins at BGSU called the "New University."
Alumna letter to President Jerome
A letter from Jolene A. Pennington to BGSU President William T. Jerome expressing her pride in BGSU for remaining peaceful in the aftermath of the Kent State Shootings.
BGSU president William T. Jerome at inauguration ceremony
Incoming BGSU president Dr. William T. Jerome (left), and past president Dr. Ralph G. Harshman, in regalia at Dr. Jerome's inauguration.
BGSU President William T. Jerome speaking to students after the Kent State shootings
BGSU President William T. Jerome speaking to a crowd of students from the steps of Williams Hall, shortly after the BGSU community had learned of the shootings on the Kent State University campus.
Flyer calling for a two-day strike of classes
A handwritten flier calling for a strike of classes from May 7-8 in tandem with a nationwide strike to help end US involvement in Southeast Asia.
Flyer encouraging students to strike classes
A handwritten flier requesting that students commit to non-violence and strike classes in protest against the Kent State shootings.
Flyer listing fifteen student demands for the BGSU administration
A flier listing fifteen individual demands for the BGSU administration and Board of Trustees, attributed to the Concerned Students of the Bowling Green Community.
Flyer outlining guidelines and schedule for a candlelight parade through Bowling Green
A flier requesting student marshals and outlining several nonviolent principles for a candlelight parade through Bowling Green.
Letter from BGSU President William T. Jerome to E.P. Wolfram, Jr.
A letter from BGSU President William T. Jerome to E.P. Wolfram, Jr. attempting to find middle ground on the issue of student Vietnam War protesters.