By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: May, Merrill
Extent: 0.4 Cubic feet
Subjects: Purdue University--Faculty
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSF 443, Merrill May papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Program - Third Annual Purdue Arts Festival, April 11 - 30, 1966 [5 copies]
Flyer - Lafayette Art Center, 1966-1967 Exhibitions
Brochure - Tangent [publication featuring Purdue art and entertainment activities, circa 1967]
Campus Copy, Special Issue: Campus and Community Cultural Activity, vol. 19, no. 1, September, 1966
Flyer, Art for March, circa 1967
Brochure - A Purdue Miscellany, edited by Felix Stefanile and Merrill May, Department of English, 1967. Published by the Arts Festival of Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana [collection of poems by students and faculty of Purdue University, published in connection with the Fourth Annual Purdue Arts Festival and under the auspices of the Faculty Committee on Visual Arts, founders and sponsors of the Annual Arts Festival]
Program - The Purdue University Department of Bands in conjunction with the Purdue Arts Festival presents The University Wind Ensemble, Al G. Wright, conductor, the 1967 Comtemporary Music Concerts.
Brochure - Midwest Sculpture, 1967 Fine Arts Festival, Purdue University, April 9 - 27
Playbill - Touring Theatre Incorporated presents Kenneth Nelson in the musical Half a Sixpence, Purdue Convocations and Lecture Series, Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music, September 23 - 24, 1967
Brochure - Student Government-Cultural, vol. 1, no. 1, Purdue University, September - November, 1966 [message from President Frederick L. Hovde on inside cover, encouraging student participation in the arts and cultural activities offered at Purdue]
Program - Festival of Contemporary Arts, April 4-15, 1967, Notre Dame, South Bend
New Mexico's Dates with the Arts, A statewide calendar of cultural events, circa 1967 [mailer addressed to Merrill May]
"Landscape Exhibit To Keynote Start of Purdue Arts Festival," The Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, April 7, 1967, p. 10. [newspaper clipping]
"Experimental Films Art Festival Feature," circa 1967 [newspaper clipping, no publication information available]
"Art Museums Flowering on U.S. Campuses," The New York Times, circa 1967 [newspaper clipping, publication information not available]
"Your Education Never Ends, Old Masters Tell Students," The Journal and Courier, November 9, 1966, p. 10.
"Poetry Writing 'Can't Be Taught' Poet Believes," The Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, November 19, 1966, p. 4. [newspaper article about May Swenson, Purdue's writer-in-residence]
" '68 Festival of Arts Is Set in New York," circa 1967 [newspaper article, publication information not available]