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Office of the President. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. Records

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Biographical and Historical Note

Dr. Thomas Kermit Hearn was a native of Alabama, born in Opp, Alabama on July 5, 1937. He graduated from Birmingham-Southern College with a degree in English and philosophy and earned a divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a doctorate in philosophy from Vanderbilt University. Hearn taught philosophy at William and Mary for ten years before joining the faculty at the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 1974 to start the philosophy department. There he served as dean of the School of Humanities, vice president, and finally senior vice president for non-medical affairs.

In 1983, Hearn was named twelfth president of Wake Forest University, succeeding Dr. James Ralph Scales. He arrived at a time when Wake Forest was poised to make big changes. During his tenure, he began what was then the largest building program on the Reynolda Campus since it had been constructed, guided Wake Forest to end its governing relationship with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and become an independent school, established a Divinity School, led the Plan for the class of 2000 program that provided a laptop to every incoming student, and hosted two presidential debates in 1988 and 2000.

Hearn was also very involved in the local community, chairing organizations such as Leadership Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem Business, Inc., and numerous others. He supported the expansion of the Piedmont Triad Research Park where Wake Forest has a large presence and worked with others to help improve the lives of the people who live in Winston-Salem.

By focusing efforts on fundraising as well as sustained commitment to developing professional schools, Hearn moved Wake Forest from being a regionally-known school to a nationally-known one. The teacher-scholar model was central to his efforts and the resulting programs to enhance the undergraduate's experience at Wake Forest make that apparent.

Hearn was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2003 and underwent surgeries and treatments that put his cancer into remission. He retired in 2005 as planned, and died in 2008 after the tumor recurred.

Collection Overview

The collection documents Hearn's time as President of Wake Forest University, 1983-2005, as well as a limited amount of materials after his retirement in 2005, though most relate to his role as University president emeritus. Scholarly writings from his time as a professor and a limited amount of items related to his family life are also present.

Material types include correspondence, programs, publications, memorandums, news clippings and photocopies, speech notes, speeches, . A great deal of memorabilia, particularly related to his roles in the national collegiate sports scene, are included in the collection.

While notes are provided on the correspondence files, topics and correspondents are not exhaustive.

The collection is arranged into 10 series: Series 1. Biographical materials, Series 2. Correspondence, Series 3. Event planning, speaking, and related materials, Series 4. Memorabilia and display materials, Series 5. Photographs and video recordings, Series 6. Printed materials and clippings, Series 7. Restricted files, Series 8. Speeches, Series 9. Subject files, and Series 10. Writings and Publications. Most of the series have subseries.

Items are arranged in alphabetical, chronological, or reverse chronological order.

Collection Inventory

  • Biographical materials (circa 1984-2005)
    • Curriculum vitae and biographical materials (circa 1984-2005) box 29 folder 19
    • Hearn, Barbara Neely, materials  (circa 1984) box 29 folder 27
    • Hearn, Lindsay, correspondence  (1987) box 34 folder 3
    • Hearn, Louise Patton, eulogy by Joel Patton Hearn  (1999) box 34 folder 4
    • Hinton, John, "Wake Forest University's 12th president dies at 71," Winston-Salem Journal obituary  (2005 August 19) box 34 folder 6
    • Tributes to TKH by Mit Shah, Doug Bailey  (2005) box 31 folder 8
  • Correspondence (1983-2008)
    •   (1983)
      •   (1983 April) box 1 folder 1
      •   (1983 June 20-28) box 1 folder 2 (This folder contains correspondence related to Hearn's appointment as WFU president. Correspondents include faculty, staff, and friends from University of Alabama Birmingham and Warren Carr, C. C. Hope, James Ralph Scales, Henry Crouch, W. W. Finlator, James W. Mason, William Friday, Mary Garber, Senator Howell Heflin, and Glenn Orr. Also included is a list of telephone calls to Hearn's office.)
      •   (1983 June 29-30) box 1 folder 3
      •   (1983 July 1-6) box 1 folder 5 (This folder contains correspondence related to Hearn's appointment as WFU president. Correspondents include faculty, staff and friends of University of Alabama Birmingham and Donna and Tom Lambeth, Marcellus E. Waddill, Lamar Jackson, John G. Medlin, Christopher C. Fordham.)
      •   (1983 July 7-12) box 1 folder 4 (This folder contains correspondence related to Hearn's appointment as WFU president. Correspondents include H. E. Barkley, Thomas A. Bartlett, Charles W. Cheek, Julius Corpening, John E. Weems, Carl Tacy, and John F. Watlington.)
      •   (1983 July 13) box 1 folder 6
      •   (1983 July 14-31) box 1 folder 8
      •   (1983 August) box 1 folder 9 (This folder contains correspondence related to Hearn's appointment as president to Wake Forest University. Correspondents include Paul H. Broyhill, D. Swan Hayworth, Leon L. Rice, Paul R. Corts, Cecil A. Ray, J. A. Martin, Terry Sanford, Fred Young, Euclid Rains, and Governor James Hunt.)
      •   (1983 September) box 1 folder 7 (This folder contains correspondence related to Hearn's appointment as president of Wake Forest University. Correspondents include Gray T. Boyette, Nicholas Burton Bragg, Paul J. Craven, William H. Flowe, John T. Henley, Peter Rhea Jones, Pope A. Duncan, Julian A. Cave, E. K. Fretwell, Henry King Stanford, Philip Morris, and J. Robert Philpott.)
      •   (1983 October 1-10) box 1 folder 10 (Correspondents include Thomas E. Corts, Jack D. Fleer, Ernest W. Glass, Peter Rhea Jones, Cecil A. Ray, Milton Rhodes, A. C. Reid, Charles H. Talbert, Ralph C. Wood, John C. Anderson, C. C. Hope, Weston P. Hatfield, Bill Joyner, Eddie Knox, Joseph Branch, Earl Groves, Gordon Hanes, Gene Hooks, and Robert Shively.)
      •   (1983 October 11-20) box 1 folder 11 (Correspondents include Emily Herring Wilson, Egbert L. Davis, Dorothy Carpenter Howard, S. David Berst, Wayne Calloway, L. M. Baker, Leon Corbett, Tylee Wilson, and Martha Wood.)
      •   (1983 October 21-31) box 1 folder 12 (Correspondents include Bill Joyner, Dalton Ruffin, J. Paul Sticht, Robert W. VanCamp, Tylee Wilson, President Gerald R. Ford, S. Richardson Hill, L. M. Baker, David B. Funderburk, Richard Janeway, John Anderson, Ed Wilson.)
      •   (1983 November 1-10) box 1 folder 13 (This folder includes correspondence related to the inauguration of Hearn as WFU president. Correspondents include Petro Kulynych, Douglas Brendle, Scott Massey, Richard Stockton, Peter Rhea Jones, Henry Stokes, Bert Bennett, I. Bryce Gordon, Robert S. Northington.)
      •   (1983 November 11-20) box 1 folder 14 (Correspondents include Zane E. Eargle, William H. Flowe, S. Richardson Hill, C. C. Hope, Jr., Peter Rhea Jones, Reid Morgan, Honorable Joseph Branch, Russell Brantley, John P. Anderson, and Arnold Palmer.)
      •   (1983 November 21-31) box 1 folder 15 (This folder includes correspondence regarding changes in use of Graylyn by the public. Correspondents include Albert Ginchereau, R. Philip Hanes, Paul Sinal, L. M. Baker, J. Dewey Hobbs, Gene Hooks, George Lautemann, Milton Rhodes, William E. Poe, Tylee Wilson.)
      •   (1983 December 1-10) box 1 folder 16 (Correspondents include Jody Woodruff, Philip Hanes, John Medlin, Fred Hauser.)
      •   (1983 December 11-20) box 1 folder 17 (Correspondents include Vivian Burke, Martha Wood, Tylee Wilson, Maya Angelou.)
      •   (1983 December 21-31) box 1 folder 18 (This folder contains general correspondence, Christmas thank you notes, and inauguration follow-up letters of appreciation. Correspondents include Glenn Orr, T. Eugene Worrell, Frederick W. Connor, C. C. Hope, and Peter Rhea Jones.)
    • 1984
      •   (1984 January 1-15) box 1 folder 19 (Correspondents include C. C. Hope, Mrs. Nicholas Millhouse.)
      •   (1984 January 16-31) box 1 folder 20 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the 150th Anniversary Celebration, Founders Day Convocation, and the Silas Creek Parkway extension. Correspondents include James Ralph Scales, Tylee Wilson, Paul Volcker, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners.)
      •   (1984 February 1-10) box 1 folder 21 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Leadership Winston Salem. Correspondents include Bowman Gray, Thomas A. Davis, Tylee Wilson, Roy Smith.)
      •   (1984 February 11-20) box 1 folder 22
      •   (1984 February 21-29) box 1 folder 23 (Correspondents include Gordon Hanes and Joe Iseman.)
      •   (1984 March 1-15) box 1 folder 24 (Correspondents include Bruce Babcock, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Mrs. Kenneth Mountcastle, Lawrence Milas, Olin Foundation, Mrs. Gordon Gray, James Ralph Scales, Senator Lawton Chiles.)
      •   (1984 March 16-31) box 1 folder 25
      •   (1984 April) box 1 folder 26 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Sesquicentennial Trek to Old Wake Forest, the Masters golf tournament, and the Silas Creek Parkway extension. Correspondents include Mrs. Gordon Gray, Clifton W. Bensen, Mayor Wayne Corpening, George W. Paschal, Leon L. Rice, Arnold and Winnie Palmer, and Barbara Babcock Millhouse.)
      •   (1984 May 1-15) box 1 folder 27 (Correspondents include Fred Conner, Hugh L. McColl.)
      •   (1984 May 16-31) box 1 folder 28 (Correspondents include Tylee Wilson.)
      •   (1984 June) box 1 folder 29 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Hearns' visit to Casa Artom in Venice. Correspondents include Bill Moyers, Philip Hanes, Bianca Arom, Joseph Iseman, Will Campbell.)
      •   (1984 July) box 1 folder 30 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Hearns' visit to Casa Artom in Venice and Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. Correspondents include Mrs. Kenneth Mountcastle, Teresio Pignatti, James Ralph Scales, Tylee Wilseon, T. Eugene Worrell.)
      •   (1984 August) box 1 folder 31 (Correspondents include T. Robert Mullinax, Governor James B. Hunt, Tylee Wilson, President Ronald Reagan, and Bob Timberlake.)
      •   (1984 September) box 1 folder 32 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Vice President George H. W. Bush's campus visit. Correspondents include George H. W. Bush, Bill Moyers.)
      •   (1984 October) box 1 folder 33 (Correspondents include James Ralph Scales, Jeanette Carl, C. C. Hope, Tylee Wilson, Thomas H. Davis, Mrs. Olin T. Binkley, Nancy Susan Reynolds, Arnold Palmer, William W. Leathers.)
      •   (1984 November) box 1 folder 34 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Victor I. Flow, Barbara Millhouse, K. Wayne Smith.)
      •   (1984 December) box 1 folder 35 (Correspondents include James Ralph Scales, C. C. Hope, William W. Leathers, Frederick W. Connor, and Governor James B. Hunt.)
    • 1985
      •   (1985 January) box 1 folder 36 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Hearns' Christmas trip to England and Worrell House. Correspondents include Bert L. Bennett, Governor James G. Martin, James Ralph Scales, Charles Shelton, Bill Moyers, Eugene T. Worrell, Smith Bagley, Tylee Wilson, C. E. Pleasants.)
      •   (1985 February ) box 1 folder 37 (Correspondents include Barbara Millhouse, Elie Weisel, Bowman Gray, Tylee Wilson, Thomas H. Davis, Ann Q. Duncan.)
      •   (1985 March) box 1 folder 38 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Museum of Man and minority student aid. Correspondents include Wayne Calloway.)
      •   (1985 April) box 1 folder 39 (Correspondents include Bill Moyers, John G. Medlin, Jr., Barbara B. Millhouse, Mrs. James T. Broyhill.)
      •   (1985 May) box 1 folder 40 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include Thomas H. Davis, Roy J. Smith, George Paschal, Wayne Calloway, Byron L. (Pete) Davis, Henry Crouch, John T. Ebert, Glenn Orr.)
      •   (1985 June) box 1 folder 41 (Correspondents include Tylee Wilson, Bill Marriott, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Mayor Wayne A. Corpening, George W. Paschal.)
      •   (1985 July) box 1 folder 42 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Baptist State Convention and the Coliseum. Correspondents include Albert R. Hunt, Clifton L. Benson, Bland B. Pruitt, Thomas H. Davis, Governor James B. Hunt, Roy J. Smith.)
      •   (1985 August) box 1 folder 43 (Correspondents include Byron L. Davis, Justice Joseph Branch, Representative W. G. Hefner, Clifton L. Benson, and James Ralph Scales.)
      •   (1985 September ) box 1 folder 44 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include Henry M. Carter, ., and William E. Poe.)
      •   (1985 October) box 1 folder 45 (Correspondents include Poet Laureate Shirley D. Anders, Thomas A. Gray, John C. Whitaker, and Alderman Martha S. Wood.)
      •   (1985 November) box 2 folder 1 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include Senator James T. Broyhill, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Representative Charles O. Whitley, Wayne Calloway, John W. Johnstone, Robert Mullinax, Roy J. Smith, Maya Angelou, Secretary Elizabeth Dole.)
      •   (1985 December) box 2 folder 2 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Graylyn property purchase, the Baptist State Convention, and the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation. Correspondents include Roy J. Smith, William F. Bondurant, Gerald H. Long, F. Ross Johnson.)
    • 1986
      •   (1986 January) box 2 folder 3 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include Weston Hatfield, John F. McNair, R. Gene Puckett, Glenn Orr.)
      •   (1986 February) box 2 folder 4 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Coliseum, Athletics Department, and public relations. Correspondents include George V. Grune, Wayne Calloway, Mrs. Gerald R. Ford, Justice Joseph Branch, Representative Charles O. Whitley, John W. Johnstone, Clifton L. Benson, Tylee Wilson, Arnold Palmer, R. Edwin Shelton.)
      •   (1986 March) box 2 folder 5 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include Len Chappell, Wayne Calloway, Coach Horace Bones McKinney, Arnold and Winnie Palmer, Petro (Pete) Kulynych, C. C. Hope, Robert Mullinax, and Edward A. Horrigan.)
      •   (1986 April) box 2 folder 6 (This folder contains correspondence regarding WFU's acquisition of Isleworth property and the Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include Arnold and Winnie Palmer, Smith Bagley, Governor James B. Hunt, Senator Jesse Helms, Russell W. Meyer, Tylee Wilson, C. Edward Pleasants, Lieutenant Governor Bob Jordan, Mahan Siler, ., and Robert W. VanCamp.)
      •   (1986 May) box 2 folder 7 (Correspondents include George V. Grune, F. Ross Johnson, Egbert L. Davis.)
      •   (1986 June) box 2 folder 8 (Correspondents include Abe Brenner, Frederick W. Connor, Bernard Gray, C. Boyden Gray, Burton C. Gray, and Wayne Calloway.)
      •   (1986 July) box 2 folder 9 (This folder contains correspondence regarding substance abuse. Correspondents include F. Ross Johnson, Tylee Wilson, Garry B. Trudeau, Betty Barnett, Barbara Holden, Harold Tribble, R. Philip Hanes, Katharine B. Mountcastle, R. W. Allen, Chief Justice Joseph Branch, George V. Grune, Senator Jesse Helms, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Edward A. Horrigan, Ross Johnson, George W. Paschal.)
      •   (1986 August) box 2 folder 10 (Correspondents include Tyrone Bogues, Representative Charles O. Whitley, Tylee Wilson, Chief Justice Joseph Branch, Donald E. Flow, Albert R. Hunt, Egbert L. Davis, F. Ross Johnson, Warren Carr, Clifton and Peggy Benson.)
      •   (1986 September) box 2 folder 11 (Correspondents include Chief Justice Rhoda Billings, Donald E. Flow, Judy Woodruff, Wayne Calloway, Representative Jack Kemp, Senator William Bradley, Albert R. Hunt, Bert L. Bennett, Mahan Siler, J. Paul Sticht.)
      •   (1986 October) box 2 folder 12 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Robert W. VanCamp, Clifton L. Benson, Mayor Wayne Corpening, Paul Fulton, Arnold Palmer, Eldridge Hanes, Gordon Hanes, Charles M. Shelton, Allen Joines, Edwin Shelton.)
      •   (1986 November) box 2 folder 13 (Correspondents include George V. Grune, Douglas D. Brendle, Tylee Wilson, James Edgar Broyhill, Congressman Stephen Neal, Louise Broyhill, Byron (Pete) Davis, Martha Davis, Robert Mullinax, William Poe, Roy Smith, Thomas Lambeth, Bianca A. Artom, Robert W. Van Camp, William P. Rogers.)
      •   (1986 December) box 2 folder 14 (Correspondents include Edward A. Horrigan, F. Ross Johnson, Marvin D. Gentry, George W. Paschal, John Koons, Wayne Calloway, Bill Moyers, James Ralph Scales, and Representative Charles O. Whitley.)
    • 1987
      •   (1987 January) box 2 folder 15 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the RJR Nabisco World Headquarters gift to WFU. Correspondents include Victor I. Flow, Terisio Pignatti, Charles M. Shelton, Marion Secrest, Paul Broyhill, William R. Howard, Edward E. Crutchfield, Tom E. Smith, C. C. Cameron, Edward A. Horrigan, Tylee Wilson, Thomas H. Davis, Albert L. Butler, Governor James B. Hunt, F. Ross Johnson.)
      •   (1987 February) box 2 folder 16 (Correspondents include Joseph W. Luter, Tylee Wilson, Wayne Calloway, F. Ross Johnson, Paul Fulton, Edwin Shelton, Peter Ueberroth, Bert Bennett, Selma Burke, Eloise Patricia Rallings Lewis, Governor James G. Martin, Bruce E. Whitaker, Arnold Palmer, William E. Poe.)
      •   (1987 March) box 2 folder 17
      •   (1987 April) box 2 folder 18 (This folder contains correspondence regarding use of the RJR World Headquarters building. Correspondents include F. Hudnall Christopher, Governor James G. Martin, Claude Pope, Governor Mario Cuomo, Donald M. Kendall, Chief Justice Joseph Branch, Ray L. Hunt, Fordie Rice, James Edgar and Melanie Broyhill, Jim and Louise Broyhill, Paul and Faye Broyhill, Allene Stevens, Peter Ueberroth.)
      •   (1987 May) box 2 folder 19 (Correspondents include Ray L. Hunt, T. Robert Mullinax, President Gerald R. Ford, J. Paul Sticht, Gordon Hanes, Arnold Palmer, John H. Bryan.)
      •   (1987 June) box 2 folder 20 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Douglas Brendle, Tylee Wilson, F. Ross Johnson, Louise and James Broyhill.)
      •   (1987 July) box 2 folder 21 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Planters/LifeSavers headquarters move to Winston-Salem. Correspondents include Senator Robert J. Dole, Kathryn Crosby, Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., Thomas W. Lambeth, Ross Johnson, Herbert Brenner, Martin L. Orlowsky, T. Eugene Worrell, R. Edwin Shelton.)
      •   (1987 August) box 2 folder 22 (Correspondents include Chief Justice Joseph Branch, F. Hudnall Christopher, Frederick W. Connor, James Ralph Scales, Paula S. Henson, John G. Medlin.)
      •   (1987 September) box 2 folder 23 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Olin Foundation gift. Correspondents include Ronald W. Allen, F. Ross Johnson, Wayne Calloway, Arnold Palmer, Carlton T. Helming, Lawrence W. Milas, Edward A. Horrigan, Maya Angelou, Robert Carbonnell, Peter Rhea Jones, Ed Bradley, Jay Haas, Billy Scripture, Curtis Strange, Peter Ueberroth, John H. Bryan, Paul Fulton, John F. McNair.)
      •   (1987 October) box 2 folder 24 (This folder contains correspondence and notes regarding Hearn's visit to Tokyo, Japan, and the 1988 presidential debate proposal. Correspondents include Herbert Brenner, Russ and Helen Meyer, Paul Broyhill, Hudnall Christopher, R. Philip Hanes, Paul Fulton, Eugene F. Corrigan, Lyons Gray, John Watlington, Janet H. Brown, Wayne Calloway.)
      •   (1987 November) box 2 folder 25 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the villa at Isleworth, WFU divinity school establishment, and the partnership program of Leadership Winston-Salem Alumni Council. Correspondents include William E. LeMothe, Bert Bennett, Albert L. Butler, Wayne Calloway, Ronald E. Deal, William B. Greene, F. Ross Johnson, James Mason, Robert Philpott, Lanny Wadkins, Tylee Wilson, Smith Young, Henry Crouch, Walter Cronkite, James B. Hunt, Chiyoji Misawa, Gene Corrigan, R. W. Allen, Hudnall Christopher, Chief Justice Joseph Branch, Linwood L. Davis, Paula S. Henson, Edward Horrigan, Smith Bagley, Zachary T. Smith.)
      •   (1987 December) box 2 folder 26 (This folder contains correspondence regarding WFU divinity school establishment. Correspondents include Bert Bennett, Gerald H. Long, Edwin I. Colodny, Chief Justice Joseph Branch, Paul Fulton, Governor James G. Martin, Katherine B. Mountcastle, Weston P. Hatfield, James B. Hunt.)
    • 1988
      •   (1988 January) box 2 folder 27 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the first meeting of the International Program Advisory Committee and a NCAA monitoring system. Correspondents include W. Randall Lolley, Senator Terry Sanford, Chief Justice Hiram H. Ward, John Polychron, Governor James G. Martin, W. B. Greene, James, E. Olson, J. Smith Young, Joe Bryan.)
      •   (1988 February) box 2 folder 28 (This folder contains correspondence regarding AT&T's closing. Correspondents include Edwin Colodny, Clifton Benson, James T. Broyhill, C. C. Hope, James W. Mason, J. Smith Young, Lanny Wadkins, Chief Justice Joseph Branch, Joseph W. Luter, Allen Joines, Paul Fulton, John B. McKinnon, Robert E. Allen, James E. Olson, E. W. Weeks, and Alderman Martha Wood.)
      •   (1988 March) box 2 folder 29 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Albert R. Hunt, John P. Polychron, John McNair, Russell H. Brantley, Governor James G. Martin, Representative Stephen L. Neal, John G. Medlin, Robert J. Carbonell, Gerald H. Long, Raymond Eugene Owens.)
      •   (1988 April) box 2 folder 30 (Correspondents include Joe Branch, Joseph M. Bryan, W. Randall Lolley, Edward A. Horrigan, Paul M. Ostergard, Wayne Calloway, Gordon A. Craig, Barbara Babcock Millhouse, R. Eugene Owens, former Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, Robert E. Allen, Paul H. Broyhill, Frederick W. Conner, Chief Judge Robinson O. Everett, Bert Bennett.)
      •   (1988 May) box 2 folder 31 (Correspondents include David Brinkley, Paul Fulton, Edward A. Horrigan, R. Eugene Owens, J. Paul Sticht.)
      •   (1988 June) box 2 folder 32 (This folder contains correspondence regarding adminstrative reorganization and Hearn's participation in the YPO Family Meeting in Bermuda. Correspondents include Robert J. Carbonell, F. Hudnall Christopher, Clifton L. Benson, Weston P. Hatfield, Wayne Calloway, Gordon A. Craig, Barbara Babcock Millhouse, R. Eugene Owens, Governor James B. Hunt.)
      •   (1988 July) box 2 folder 33 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Curtis Strange, Roone Arledge, Gene Corrigan, Edward A. Horrigan, Weston P. Hatfield, Victor I. Flow, Donald E. Flow, Charles W. Rogers.)
      •   (1988 August) box 2 folder 34 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Winston-Salem Business, Inc. Correspondents include F. Hudnall Christopher, Rick L. Weddle, Victor I. Flow, Paula S. Henson, Frederick W. Smith, Ellen Goodman, Ray E. Goodbred, C. C. Hope, Edward A. Horrigan, Charles Rogers.)
      •   (1988 September) box 2 folder 35 (This folder contains correspondence regarding a relationship with Tokai University. Correspondents include Shigeyosi Matsumae, Barbara Babcock Millhouse, Roone Arledge, Roger A. Enrico.)
      •   (1988 October) box 2 folder 36 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearns' trip to Japan to explore study and exchange relationships. Correspondents include Frederick W. Conner, Peter Jennings, Jesse Holms, Barbara Babcock Millhouse, Murray C. Greason, Lyons Gray, Russell W. Meyer, William L. Bondurant, Wayne Calloway, Ambassador Mike Mansfield, F. Ross Johnson, A. C. Moore, Michael Ryan.)
      •   (1988 November) box 2 folder 37 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's trip to Japan to explore study and exchange relationships with Tokai University. Correspondents include Greg Frisby, Tsutomu Hata, Toshiki Kaifu, Bert L. Bennett, John G. Medlin, Vice President George H. W. Bush, Crawford T. Johnson, Martha S. Wood, Vivian Burke, Clifton L. Benson, Governor James B. Martin, C. Boyden Gray.)
      •   (1988 December) box 2 folder 38 (Correspondents include Henry R. Kravis, J. Paul Sticht, James Ralph Scales, Wayne Calloway, Roone Arledge.)
    • 1989
      •   (1989 January) box 2 folder 39 (This folder contains correspondence regarding inauguration of President George Herbert Walker Bush and study and exchange relationships with Tokai University. Correspondents include Edward A. Horrigan, Dick Vitale, Senator James T. Broyhill, John G. Medlin.)
      •   (1989 February) box 2 folder 40 (Correspondents include F. Hudnall Christopher, James G. Hunt, James E. Johnson, Governor James B. Martin, William B. Greene.)
      •   (1989 March) box 3 folder 1 (Correspondents include C. C. Hope, Edward A. Horrigan, E. Maynard Adams, Brigadier General Evelyn P. Foote, J. Dewey Hobbs, Zachary T. Smith, Harold Hayes, James Ralph and Betty Scales, Fred Conner, Alan Greenspan, John G. Medlin, Governor James G. Martin, Ralph Angiuoli, Weldon Schenck.)
      •   (1989 April) box 3 folder 2
      •   (1989 May) box 3 folder 3 (This folder contains correspondence regarding establishing a committee to implement the trustees' resolution on divinity school establishment. Correspondents include Lawrence W. Milas, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Dalton Ruffin, Wayne Calloway, John G. Medlin, Secretary Robert Mosbacher, Louis V. Gerstner, Secretary Jack Kemp, John C. Whitaker, Tsutomu Hata, Governor James G. Martin, Edwin Yoder.)
      •   (1989 June) box 3 folder 4 (Correspondents include Paul Fulton, Egbert L. Davis, Timothy Lam, Fred Conner, Thomas M. Belk, Victor I. Flow, F. Ross Johnson, Gerald H. Long, Charles M. Shelton.)
      •   (1989 July) box 3 folder 5 (Correspondents include Ronald W. Allen, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, Mayor Wayne Corpening, James W. Johnston, Arnold Palmer, Wayne Calloway, James W. Johnston, Victor I. Flow, and Donald E. Flow.)
      •   (1989 August) box 3 folder 6 (Correspondents include Frederick W. Conner, John F. McNair, James W. Johnston, Charles Rogers, James B. Hunt, Robert E. Allen, Wayne Calloway, Mayor Wayne Corpening, Henry R. Kravis, Arthur R. Ashe.)
      •   (1989 September) box 3 folder 7 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Winston-Salem Journal editorials regarding the new coliseum. Correspondents include Governor James G. Martin, Arthur R. Ashe, Senator Joseph R. Biden, Wayne Calloway, John F. McNair.)
      •   (1989 October) box 3 folder 8 (This folder contains general correspondence and a program signed by Hank Aaron. Correspondents include Senator Joseph R. Biden, Wayne Calloway, John G. Medlin, Lawrence W. Milas, Arnold Palmer, James W. Johnston, F. Hudnall Christopher, Secretary Jack Kemp, Timothy Lam, Maurice Raymond Greenburg, Charles Rogers, Mayor Martha S. Wood, Linda M. Combs.)
      •   (1989 November) box 3 folder 9 (Correspondents include Shigeyoshi Matsumae, Tatsuro Matsumae, James T. Broyhill, R. W. Allen, James Johnston, Maya Angelou, Louis V. Gerstner, William L. Bondurant, F. Hudnall Christopher.)
      •   (1989 December) box 3 folder 10 (Correspondents include E. W. Deavenport, Edwin I. Colodny, Shigeyoshi Matsumae.)
    • 1990
      •   (1990 January) box 3 folder 11 (This folder contains correspondence regarding NCAA's President's Commission and the Eric Rust Collection. Correspondents include Tom Brokaw, William L. Bondurant, Charles W. Cheek, William Styron, President Gerald R. Ford, Richard D. Schultz, Allen Easley, Edward E. Crutchfield, Ronald W. Allen, Umberto Eco, and Senator Strom Thurmond.)
      •   (1990 February) box 3 folder 12 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Knight Commission, NCAA, and ACC. Correspondents include Judge Robinson O. Everett, Wallace D. Malone, James W. Johnston, Glenn Orr, Christopher B. Morris, Governor James G. Martin, C. C. Hope, Wayne Calloway, John H. Sununu.)
      •   (1990 March) box 3 folder 13 (Correspondents include Hodding Carter, Murray Greason, E. W. Deavenport, Paul W. Brand, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, John G. Medlin, Henry R. Kravis.)
      •   (1990 April) box 3 folder 14 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn being named a distinguished alumnus of Birmingham Southern College. Correspondents include Arthur R. Ashe, Neal H. Pilson, John M. Belk, R. Philip Hanes, James W. Johnston, R. G. Puckett, Charles W. Cheek, Rick L. Weddle.)
      •   (1990 May) box 3 folder 15 (Correspondents include Richard D. Schultz, Millard D. Fuller, Christopher B. Morris, James Ralph Scales, T. Eugene Worrell, R. G. Puckett.)
      •   (1990 June) box 3 folder 16 (Correspondents include Richard John Neuhaus, Mayor Martha S. Wood.)
      •   (1990 July) box 3 folder 17 (This folder contains correspondence regarding ACC expansion. Correspondents include H. Jack Runnion, James A. Graham, Bernard Gray, Murray C. Greason, John G. Medlin, James W. Johnston, T. Eugene Worrell, Christopher B. Morris, Eugene F. Corrigan, Wayne Calloway, L. M. Baker, Allen Easley, Thomas W. Lambeth.)
      •   (1990 August) box 3 folder 18 (Correspondents include R. Philip Hanes, John G. Medlin, Albert R. Hunt, Governor James G. Martin, Eugene F. Corrigan, James W. Mason, C. Edward Pleasants, Shigeyoshi Matsumae.)
      •   (1990 September 1-15) box 3 folder 19 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the NCAA. Correspondents include Evelyn P. Foote, Billy Graham, Dean Smith, F. Borden Hanes, C. Edward Pleasants, Secretary James T. Broyhill, Harold A. Poling, Joanne Kemp.)
      •   (1990 September 16-30) box 3 folder 20 (Correspondents include John G. Medlin, Dean Smith, Gene and Anne Worrell, R. Edwin Shelton, Alex Sink, C. Vivian Stringer.)
      •   (1990 October 1-15) box 3 folder 21 (Correspondents include Creed C. Black, Christopher B. Morris, William C. Friday, Theodore M. Hesburgh.)
      •   (1990 October 16-31) box 3 folder 22 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Jewish National Fund Dinner, the NCAA, and the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business re-accreditation review report. Correspondents include Timothy Lam, Herbert Brenner.)
      •   (1990 November) box 3 folder 23 (Correspondents include Creed C. Black, James Ralph Scales, Senator Joseph R. Biden, Linwood L. Davis, Louis V. Gerstner, Dolph W. von Arx, William B. Greene.)
      •   (1990 December) box 3 folder 24 (Correspondents include President Gerald R. Ford and Betty Ford.)
    • 1991
      •   (1991 January 1-15) box 3 folder 25 (Correspondents include President Gerald R. Ford, Senator George Mitchell.)
      •   (1991 January 16-31) box 3 folder 26 (This folder contains correspondence regarding a NCAA Convention at which Hearn gave the benediction. Correspondents include James W. Johnston, John G. Medlin, Harold C. Bennett, F. Hudnall Christopher.)
      •   (1991 February 1-15) box 3 folder 27 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Hubert B. Humphrey, Jr., Curtis Strange, L. M. Baker.)
      •   (1991 February 16-28) box 3 folder 28 (Correspondents include Dolph W. von Arx and Mayor Martha S. Wood.)
      •   (1991 March) box 3 folder 29 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the NCAA pilot certification program evaluation visit. Correspondents include Linwood L. Davis, L. M. Baker, Maya Angelou.)
      •   (1991 April 1-10) box 3 folder 30 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Project Ensure proposal, the Model United Nations Society, and the Jerry Wainwright coaches' camp. Correspondents include James Ralph Scales.)
      •   (1991 April 11-20) box 3 folder 31 (This folder contains correspondence regading the Corbins' incident with Jeremiah Williams, the President's Commission on Race Relations report, and a Project Ensure proposal outline. Correspondents include Governor James G. Martin.)
      •   (1991 April 21-30) box 3 folder 32 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the NACADA Convention, a PREPAR report, and and the Special Committee on Sexual Exploitation, as well as a copy of Leaves From a President's Notebook, Essay Number 49. Correspondents include Representative Charles H. Taylor, N.C. Representative Lyons Gray, Curtis Strange, Richard D. Schultz.)
      •   (1991 May 1-15) box 3 folder 33 (Correspondents include Gordon Hanes, Senator Aaron W. Plyler, Terisio Pignatti, Bruce J. Wood.)
      •   (1991 May 16-31) box 3 folder 34 (Correspondents include Louis V. Gerstner.)
      •   (1991 June) box 3 folder 35 (Correspondents include President Gerald R. Ford, James Ralph Scales, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Governor Lawrence D. Wilder, Brigadier General Richard E. Beale, Albert R. Hunt, John G. Medlin.)
      •   (1991 July) box 3 folder 36
      •   (1991 August) box 3 folder 37 (Correspondents include Secretary Lamar Alexander, Governor James G. Martin, Donald R. Greene, Wayne Calloway, Louis V. Gerstner, Joseph W. Luter, Maya Angelou, Tatsuro Matsumae, Anatoliy A. Logunov.)
      •   (1991 September 1-15) box 3 folder 38 (Correspondents include Henry D. Clarke, Wayne Calloway.)
      •   (1991 September 16-30) box 3 folder 39 (Correspondents include Adelaide A. Sink, Wake Forest Area Property Owners Association, James Ralph Scales.)
      •   (1991 October 1-10) box 4 folder 1 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Knight Commission and the NCAA Commission. Correspondents include Creed C. Black, Albert R. Hunt, J. Allen Easley, Senator Jesse Helms, Senator Terry Sanford.)
      •   (1991 October 11-20) box 4 folder 2 (Correspondents include Tatsuro Matsumae, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Alex Sink, R. Philip Hanes, Arnold Palmer.)
      •   (1991 October 21-31) box 4 folder 3 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Richard Schultz, the NCAA's opposition to a higher education reauthorization bill amendment, and a planned trek to Old Wake Forest. Correspondents include Representative Cass Ballenger, Governor James G. Martin, Judge Sidney S. Eagles, Mayor Martha S. Wood.)
      •   (1991 November 1-15) box 4 folder 4 (Correspondents include Ed Shelton, Wayne Calloway, William B. Greene.)
      •   (1991 November 16-30) box 4 folder 5 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Athletic Department Self-Study. Correspondents include Gene Corrigan, Lawrence W. Milas.)
      •   (1991 December 1-9) box 4 folder 6 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the reauthorization bill S. 1150 before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, the 1992 NCAA Convention, and the President's Race Relations Commission report. Correspondents include Senator Orrin Hatch, Senator Nancy Kassebaum, Senator Edward Kennedy, Senator Claiborne Pell, Peter Rhea Jones.)
      •   (1991 December 10-31) box 4 folder 7 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Bill Dooley and the Athletic Department. Correspondents include Maya Angelou, Wake Forest Area Property Owners Association, John G. Medlin.)
    • 1992
      •   (1992 January) box 4 folder 8 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's involvement in the college sports reform movement. Correspondents include Ray Goodbred, Tatsuro Matsumae, Harold C. Bennett.)
      •   (1992 February) box 4 folder 9 (Correspondents include Curtis Strange, James Ralph Scales, Simpson Ollie Brown, James McDougald, Bill Hull, Frank Christie, Senator Strom Thurmond, L. M. Baker, J. Smith Young.)
      •   (1992 March) box 4 folder 10 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Philip and Charlotte Hanes' gifts and a Trek to Old Wake Forest. Correspondents include Charles Rogers, James Branch, Melvin Watt, Senator Jesse Helms, John H. Bryan, Paul Fulton, I. Beverly and Kathleen Lake, Governor James G. Martin.)
      •   (1992 April) box 4 folder 11 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Wake Forest Birthplace Society. Correspondents include I. Beverly Lake, Wayne Calloway, Maya Angelou, L. M. Baker, Paul Fulton, Curtis Strange.)
      •   (1992 May) box 4 folder 12 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the NCAA and a dinner honoring Mikhail and Raisa Gorbachev. Correspondents include Richard D. Schultz, Frederick W. Conner, Rodney Rogers, Governor James G. Martin, Wayne Calloway, Allan Huston, Thomas Leo Clancy, William T. Graham, C. Edward Pleasants.)
      •   (1992 June) box 4 folder 13 (Correspondents include Eugene F. Corrigan, Creed C. Black, R. Philip Hanes.)
      •   (1992 July) box 4 folder 14 (Correspondents include Harold C. Bennett, Tatsuro Matsumae, Joseph W. Luter, Donald E. Flow, Victor I. Flow, Charles Rogers.)
      •   (1992 August) box 4 folder 15 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Eugene F. Corrigan, Alex Sink.)
      •   (1992 September) box 4 folder 16 (This folder contains correspondence regarding athletic director and football coach searches. Correspondents include C. C. Hope, Wayne Calloway, C. Edward Pleasants, Barbara Babcock Millhouse.)
      •   (1992 October) box 4 folder 17 (This folder contains correspondence regarding search for and appointment of athletics director Ron Wellman. Correspondents include James W. Johnston, Wayne Calloway, Governor James G. Martin, J. Tylee Wilson, J. Smith Young, Arnold Palmer, Ron Wellman, Jeff Young, Ernie Accorsi.)
      •   (1992 November) box 4 folder 18 (Correspondents include Terisio Pignatti, Russell W. Meyer, Glenn Orr, Timothy See Yiu Lam, C. Edward Pleasants, Charles Rogers.)
      •   (1992 December) box 4 folder 19 (Correspondents include Senator Lamar Alexander, Governor James G. Martin, Governor-elect James B. Hunt, Wayne Calloway, Charles M. Shelton, Judge W. Earl Britt.)
    • 1993
      •   (1993 January ) box 4 folder 20 (Correspondents include Russell W. Meyer, John Lewis, Wayne Calloway, Governor James B. Hunt, Senator Terry Sanford, Richard D. Schultz.)
      •   (1993 February ) box 4 folder 21 (Correspondents include Henlee H. Barnette, Creed C. Black, Wayne Calloway, Joseph Maurer, Ed Shelton, Governor James B. Hunt, Paul Fulton, Representative George E. Brown, Jr.)
      •   (1993 March) box 4 folder 22 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the establishment of the C. C. Hope Chair, real estate negotiations with Pepsico/EduServ/RJR/AT&T, and Senate Bill 392 to eliminate legislative tuition grants. Correspondents include Mae Hope, N.C. Representative David H. Diamont, Victor I. Flow, Judge George B. Daniel, Wayne Calloway, N.C. Representative George Milton Holmes, N.C. Senator Ian Theodore (Ted) Kaplan, Fred and Jo Conner, Governor James B. Hunt, Carl O. Keil, James W. Johnston, Bruce J. Wood, Mayor Martha S. Wood, C. Edward Pleasants, Frank S. Ioppolo, Dave Phillips, Billy Packer, Richard D. Schultz, Glenn Orr.)
      •   (1993 April) box 4 folder 23 (Correspondents include John G. Medlin, Representative Melvin L. Watt, Paul Fulton, Oprah Winfrey, John Sculley, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Frank S. Ioppolo, Mayor Martha S. Wood, Gene and Anne Worrell, Sandra Gallant, Paula Henson, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Rodney Rogers, L. M. Baker.)
      •   (1993 May) box 4 folder 24 (Correspondents include Richard D. Schultz, Wayne Calloway, Howard Slusher, Theodore M. Hesburgh.)
      •   (1993 June) box 4 folder 25 (Correspondents include Frances Branch, James Branch, Jeff Young, David Stern, Victor I. Flow.)
      •   (1993 July) box 4 folder 26 (Correspondents include Russell W. Meyer, Wayne Calloway.)
      •   (1993 August) box 4 folder 27 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's essay in NCAA News and the President's Commission to address sportsmanship and ethical conduct in intercollegiate athletics. Correspondents include Lisa Valk-Long, Representative Melvin L. Watt, Secretary Clifton R. Wharton, Wake Forest College Birthplace Society officers, President Bill Clinton, Governor James B. Hunt, Jack Kemp.)
      •   (1993 September) box 4 folder 28 (This folder contains correspondence regarding NCAA's Committee on Integrity in Intercollegiate Athletics and alleged improprieties in the recruitment of student-athlete Nakhtar Ndiaye. Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, John Medlin, Glenn Orr.)
      •   (1993 October) box 4 folder 29 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's tenth anniversary celebration. Correspondents include Herbert Brenner, Victor I. Flow, James E. Johnson, James W. Johnston, John G. Medlin, Glenn Orr, Creed C. Black, Lyons Gray, James Ralph Scales, L. M. Baker, Governor James B. Hunt, C. C. Cameron.)
      •   (1993 November) box 4 folder 30 (Correspondents include Mae Hope, Maya Angelou, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Richard D. Schultz.)
      •   (1993 December) box 4 folder 31 (Correspondents include David Stern, Paul Tagliabue, Governor James B. Hunt, Lanny Wadkins, Wayne Calloway.)
    • 1994
      •   (1994 January) box 4 folder 32 (Correspondents include Glenn Orr, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, Senator Lauch Faircloth, Senator Jesse Helms, Representative Melvin L. Watt, James G. Martin.)
      •   (1994 February ) box 4 folder 33 (Correspondents include Germaine Bree, Clifton R. Wharton, Senator Jesse Helms, James W. Johnston, Charles Rogers, D. E. Ward, Louise Broyhill, Victor I. Flow, Marvin D. Gentry, Constance F. Gray, Judge Louis B. Meyer, Tatsuro Matsumae, Governor James B. Hunt.)
      •   (1994 March) box 4 folder 34 (Correspondents include Terisio Pignatti, James D. Cowan, William B. Greene, Jeff Young, Judy Woodruff, Eric M. Howlette, James G. Martin, William Pittman, Senator Lauch Faircloth, Ambassador Jeanette W. Hyde.)
      •   (1994 April) box 4 folder 35 (Correspondents include Ambassador Jeanette W. Hyde, Prime Minister Tsutomu Hata.)
      •   (1994 May) box 4 folder 36
      •   (1994 June) box 4 folder 37 (Correspondents include Tatsuro Matsumae, N.C. Senator Marvin Ward.)
      •   (1994 July) box 4 folder 38 (Correspondents include Charles R. Lee, John G. Medlin, Wayne Calloway, Donald E. Flow.)
      •   (1994 August) box 4 folder 39 (Correspondents include N.C. Senator Roy Cooper, John Allison, James W. Mason, Representative Melvin L. Watt.)
      •   (1994 September) box 4 folder 40 (Correspondents include Peter H. Coors, Ray Groves, Wayne Calloway, Joseph C. Hough.)
      •   (1994 October) box 5 folder 1 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Felix G. Rohatyn, T. Robert Mullinax, Murray C. Greason, Louis V. Gerstner, Creed C. Black, Chief Justice William Rehnquist.)
      •   (1994 November) box 5 folder 2 (Correspondents include Senator Lamar Alexander, Judge Frank W. Bullock, Felix G. Rohatyn, Frank S. Ioppolo, John G. Medlin, N.C. Representative Theresa H. Esposito, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Mrs. Herbert Brenner, Roy J. Smith, and J. A. McAleer.)
      •   (1994 December) box 5 folder 3 (Correspondents include Representative Richard Burr, Representative Melvin Watt, John G. Medlin, Howell Raines, Major General William M. Steele, Wayne Calloway.)
    • 1995
      •   (1995 January) box 5 folder 4 (Correspondents include Jasper L. Memory, Howell Raines, Dean Smith, Peter R. Kann.)
      •   (1995 February) box 5 folder 5 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's mitral valve repair surgery. Correspondents include S. Davis (Dave) Phillips, Timothy See-Yiu Lam, Brigadier General Evelyn P. Foote, Governor James B. Hunt, Creed C. Black, Eugene F. Corrigan, Cedric Demsey, Jack Kemp, Terisio Pignatti, Roy J. Smith, Jacob Lawrence, J. Paul Sticht, Sidney Verba.)
      •   (1995 March) box 5 folder 6 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the estate of John Arthur Collins III. Correspondents include Ruby T. Batchelor, Betty and Charles Howell, E. Maynard Adams, Wayne Calloway, Joseph Neubauer, Alex Sink.)
      •   (1995 April) box 5 folder 7 (Correspondents include Ronald W. Allen, Mae Hope, John G. Medlin, Wayne Calloway, Arnold Palmer, Jeff Young, Albert Louis Butler, James W. Johnston.)
      •   (1995 May) box 5 folder 8 (Correspondents include Timothy See-Yiu Lam, John Allison, President Gerald R. Ford, A. R. Ammons.)
      •   (1995 June) box 5 folder 9 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Ken Carlson, Louis V. Gerstner, Judy Woodruff, T. Eugene Worrell.)
      •   (1995 July) box 5 folder 10
      •   (1995 August) box 5 folder 11 (Correspondents include Lyons Gray, Wayne Calloway, John G. Medlin.)
      •   (1995 September) box 5 folder 12 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Governor James B. Hunt, Julius L. Chambers, John Allison.)
      •   (1995 October 1-20) box 5 folder 13 (Correspondents include F. M. Kirby, Randolph Childress, Rusty LaRue, Bob Timberlake.)
      •   (1995 October 21-31) box 5 folder 14 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Wayne Calloway School of Business and Accountancy strategic plan. Correspondents include John Allison, Murray C. Greason.)
      •   (1995 November) box 5 folder 15 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Timothy Lam, Cedric W. Dempsey, Arnold Palmer, Carl M. Crothers, Betty and Charles Howell, Glenn Orr, James W. Johnston.)
      •   (1995 December) box 5 folder 16 (Correspondents include Lawrence W. Milas, Phyllis and A. R. Ammons.)
    • 1996
      •   (1996 January) box 5 folder 17 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Wake Forest Birthplace Society and the Calvin Jones House. Correspondents include F. M. Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Baldwin, Randolph Childress, Ambassador Jeanette W. Hyde, A. R. Ammons, Governor James B. Hunt, Edward E. Crutchfield, Creed C. Black, Theodore M. Hesburgh, John L. Clendenin.)
      •   (1996 February 1-20) box 5 folder 18 (Correspondents include Bob Dotson, Alex Sink, Thomas H. Davis, Egbert L. Davis, Pauline Davis Perry, Mayor Martha S. Wood, A. R. Ammons, Wake Forest College Birthplace Society, R. G. Puckett, Walter Harrelson, Ambassador Jeanette W. Hyde, Governor James B. Hunt.)
      •   (1996 February 21-28) box 5 folder 19 (Correspondents include A. R. Ammons, Peter R. Kann.)
      •   (1996 March 1-12) box 5 folder 20 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the death of James Ralph Scales. Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Emily Herring Wilson, Maureen Devlin, the Knight Commission, Ann Scales.)
      •   (1996 March 13-31) box 5 folder 21 (Correspondents include Rusty LaRue.)
      •   (1996 April 1-10) box 5 folder 22 (Correspondents include Tim Duncan, Richard Groves, Wake Forest Baptist Church, Peter R. Kann, Mae Hope.)
      •   (1996 April 11-30) box 5 folder 23 (This folder contains correspondence regarding G. David (Dave) Odom's contract and Old Wake Forest, an article by John Feinstein, and a copy of presentation given at James Ralph Scales' memorial service by his cousin, Judith A. Burnham. Correspondents include Arnold Palmer, Paige Patterson, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Lawrence W. Milas.)
      •   (1996 May 1-10) box 5 folder 24 (Correspondents include Ronald W. Allen, Wayne Calloway, John Feinstein, Seddon Goode, Earnest W. Deavenport.)
      •   (1996 May 11-31) box 5 folder 25 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway and G. David (Dave) Odom.)
      •   (1996 June 1-15) box 5 folder 26 (Correspondents include Andrew M. Bloom, T. Robert Mullinax, Maya Angelou, Ben Brantley.)
      •   (1996 June 16-30) box 5 folder 27 (Correspondents include Tatsuro Matsumae, Louis V. Gerstner, Walter J. Harrelson, R. G. Puckett.)
      •   (1996 July) box 5 folder 28 (Correspondents include Kenneth D. Schanzer, Mark McCormick.)
      •   (1996 August 1-15) box 5 folder 29 (Correspondents include Arthur Tab Williams, John G. Medlin, Weston P. Hatfield, Louis V. Gerstner, Senator Jesse Helms.)
      •   (1996 August 16-31) box 5 folder 30 (Correspondents include T. Robert Mullinax.)
      •   (1996 September 1-15) box 5 folder 31 (This folder contains correspondence and a copy of and Hubert Poteat's 1956 commencement address. Correspondents include Jack Kemp, Elizabeth T. Williams, Maya Angelou, Governor James B. Hunt.)
      •   (1996 September 16-30) box 5 folder 32 (Correspondents include Mr. and Mrs. Alec Baldwin, Wayne Calloway, Beverly Sills.)
      •   (1996 October) box 5 folder 33 (This folder contains correspondence regarding a WFU round table on drunk driving with Governor James L. Hunt. Correspondents include Maya Angelou, Peter Perret, L. M. Baker.)
      •   (1996 November) box 5 folder 34 (Correspondents include Alex Sink.)
      •   (1996 December) box 5 folder 35
    • 1997
      •   (1997 January) box 5 folder 36 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's December trip to Vienna and an original document from Wake Forest College. Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, Dean Smith, Makhtar Ndiaye, John T. Chambers, Murray Greason, Johannes Nostitz, Senator James T. Broyhill, Bill Moyers.)
      •   (1997 February) box 5 folder 37
      •   (1997 March) box 5 folder 38 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the Hesburgh Award and Hearn's participation as a judge. Correspondents include Eugene F. Corrigan, Edward E. Crutchfield, Jean H. Gaskin, Lanny Wadkins, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Donald E. Flow.)
      •   (1997 April) box 5 folder 39 (This folder contains correspondence regarding ACC Commissioner search committee, which Hearn chaired, and an autographed copy of Maya Angelou's invocation written for and delivered at the Presidential Summit on 1997 April 27. Correspondents include Governor James L. Hunt, Wayne Calloway, Cedric W. Dempsey, John Swofford, Gene Hooks.)
      •   (1997 May) box 5 folder 40 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's commencement address. Correspondents include Alec Baldwin, Walter J. Harrelson, Mae Hope, Frederick W. Smith, Wake Forest Home Owners Association, Governor James B. Hunt, N.C. Senator Roy Cooper, N.C. Senator Hamilton C. Horton.)
      •   (1997 June) box 5 folder 41 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's commencement speech. Correspondents include Anne Babcock, Johannes Nostitz-Rieneck, A. R. Ammons, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Louis V. Gerstner, Charles W. Rogers.)
      •   (1997 July) box 6 folder 1 (Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Wayne Calloway, Billy Graham, John C. Whitaker, R. Philip Hanes, Joe Branch.)
      •   (1997 August) box 6 folder 2 (this folder contains correspondence regarding financial aid and Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) legislation. Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Lieutenant Governor Dennis A. Wicker, Secretary Richard H. Moore, John M. Templeton, John Templeton Foundation, John M. Belk, John T. Chambers.)
      •   (1997 September) box 6 folder 3 (Correspondents include Senator Bill Bradley, Abe Brenner, William B. Greene, Joseph W. Luter, Senator Lamar Alexander, Harold S. Kushner, T. Eugene Worrell.)
      •   (1997 October) box 6 folder 4 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the name change for the Baptist Medical Center, now Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Correspondents include Lyons Gray, R. Philip Hanes, Germaine Bree, Rosalyn Carter.)
      •   (1997 November) box 6 folder 5 (Correspondents include Thomas A. Gray, Bill Moyers.)
      •   (1997 December) box 6 folder 6 (Correspondents include Bernard Gray.)
      • General correspondence  (1997) box 29 folder 1-2
    • 1998
      •   (1998 January) box 6 folder 7 (Correspondents include John Swofford, Arthur Tab Williams, R. Philip Hanes, George T. Valaoras, Tony Campolo, Dolph W. von Arx, L. M. Baker.)
      •   (1998 February) box 6 folder 8 (Correspondents include Terisio Pignatti, Simpson O. Brown.)
      •   (1998 March) box 6 folder 9 (Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Richard Brenner, John Millican, Russell W. Meyer, Terisio Pignatti, Ambassador Sean O'Huiginn, Egbert L. Davis, Pauline D. Perry, Norio Matsumae, Murray C. Greason.)
      •   (1998 April-August) box 6 folder 10 (Correspondents include Jack Ward, John F. Welch, John T. Chambers, Teresio Pignatti.)
      •  (1998 November-1999 January) box 6 folder 11
      • General correspondence  (1998) box 29 folder 3-5
    • 1999
      •   (1999 February) box 6 folder 12 (Corresondents include Charlotte and R. Philip Hanes.)
      •   (1999 March) box 6 folder 13 (This folder contains correspondence regarding opposition to the N.C. Lottery. Correspondents include John T. Chambers, Tatsuro Matsumae, Thomas W. Lambeth, L. M. Baker, Governor James G. Martin, Governor Bob Scott, C. C. Cameron.)
      •   (1999 April) box 6 folder 14
      •   (1999 May) box 6 folder 15 (Correspondents include Emily Herring Wilson.)
      •   (1999 June) box 6 folder 16 (Correspondents include Theodore M. Hesburgh, Charlotte Hanes, Oprah Winfrey.)
      •   (1999 July) box 6 folder 17 (This folder contains correspondence and the welcoming remarks of Germaine Bree at Hearn's inauguration. Correspondents include Nell Gifford Martin, Tony Coelho, Francis Arinze, Kenneth D. Miller.)
      •   (1999 August) box 6 folder 18 (Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Mayor Kazumi Nonaka, Lyons and Connie Gray.)
      •   (1999 September) box 6 folder 19 (Correspondents include Fenton N. Hord.)
      •   (1999 October) box 6 folder 20 (Correspondents include Ben Sutton.)
      •   (1999 November) box 6 folder 21 (This folder contains correspondence regarding a proposed same-sex union in Wait Chapel. Correspondents include William J. Bennett, Ambassador Kathryn Walt Hall, Tenzin Geyche Tethong.)
      •   (1999 December) box 6 folder 22 (Correspondents include L. M. Baker and Smith Bagley.)
      • General correspondence  (1999) box 29 folder 6
    • 2000
      •   (2000 January) box 6 folder 23 (Correspondents include Ngawang Rabgyay, John Chambers, Robert A. Ingram, Thomas W. Lambeth.)
      •   (2000 February) box 6 folder 24 (Correspondents include Robert E. Rubin, Judge William L. Osteen.)
      •   (2000 March) box 6 folder 25 (This folder contains correspondence and materials regarding an antisemitic brochure included in Old Gold and Black. Correspondents include Gene Hooks, Albert R. Hunt, William P. H. Stevens, Jerry B. Wilson, Hubert B. Humphrey, William B. Greene, Barbara Hansen, John Swofford, G. Kennedy Thompson, John P. Chambers, Nathan O. Hatch.)
      •   (2000 April) box 6 folder 26 (This folder contains correspondence and a white paper written by Hearn, "Wake Forest in the Twenty-First Century." Correspondents include Hubert B. Humphrey.)
      •   (2000 May) box 6 folder 27 (Correspondents include L. M. Baker.)
      •   (2000 June) box 6 folder 28 (Correspondents include Senator John Edwards, Senator Jesse Helms.)
      •   (2000 July) box 6 folder 29 (Correspondents include John T. Chambers.)
      •   (2000 August) box 6 folder 30 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the issue of same-sex unions and the Chaplain's office. Correspondents include Tom Shelton.)
      •   (2000 September) box 6 folder 31 (Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt.)
      •   (2000 October) box 6 folder 32 (Correspondents include Representative Richard M. Burr, Robert A. Ingram.)
      •   (2000 November) box 6 folder 33 (Correspondents include Gregory A. Coppede, U.S. Secret Service, Tatsuro Matsumae, Warren Carr.)
      •   (2000 December) box 6 folder 34 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the gift of a painting to WFU. Correspondents include R. Philip Hanes.)
    • 2001
      •   (2001 January) box 6 folder 35 (Correspondents include Mrs. James W. Mason, G. Kennedy Thompson, Charles M. Allen, Representative James Walsh.)
      •   (2001 February) box 6 folder 36 (Correspondents include Mary Ann Glendon, Gayle N. Anderson.)
      •   (2001 March) box 6 folder 37 (Correspondents include John Swofford, Hodding Carter.)
      •   (2001 April) box 6 folder 38 (Correspondents include Dave Odom, Albert R. Hunt, G. Kennedy Thompson, Janice Woodward Calloway, Charles W. Rogers.)
      •   (2001 May) box 6 folder 39 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the 568 Working Group and "Financial Aid at Wake Forest: A Presidential Paper." Correspondents include Bruce M. Babcock, Scott M. Hoch, Hunter Rawlings, Representative Richard Burr.)
      •   (2001 June) box 6 folder 40
      •   (2001 July) box 6 folder 41 (Correspondents include Hodding Carter, Lisbeth C. Evans, R. Philip and Charlotte Hanes, Charles D. Peebler.)
      •   (2001 August) box 6 folder 42 (This folder contains correspondence regardingthe Baptist State Convention motion to amend its relationship with WFU. Correspondents include R. Philip Hanes, Tim Moore, James B. Hunt, Senator Jesse Helms, N.C. Treasurer Richard H. Moore.)
      •   (2001 September) box 6 folder 43 (This folder contains materials regarding Hearn's response to 9/11. Correspondents include Peter Browning, Robert Ingram, John Whitaker, L. M. Baker, Mary P. Easley, Andrew Schindler.)
      •   (2001 October) box 6 folder 44 (Correspondents include Keith L. Alm, Howell Raines, John Swofford.)
      •   (2001 November-December) box 6 folder 45 (This folder contains correspondence and Hearn's statement regarding the Baptist State Convention's expected action. Correspondents include Eugene F. Corrigan.)
    • 2002
      •   (2002 January) box 6 folder 46 (Correspondents include Beth Cummings Paschal (wife of G. W. Paschal), John W. Burress, Reynolds Lassiter, Theodore M. Hesburgh.)
      •   (2002 February) box 6 folder 47 (Correspondents include John Swofford, the Annenburg Foundation, U.S. Peace Corps, and the Lilly Endowment.)
      •   (2002 March) box 6 folder 48 (Correspondents include Mark H. McCormack, Bob Timberlake, John Swofford, Skip Prosser.)
      •   (2002 April) box 6 folder 49 (Correspondents include Murray Greason, Louis H. Blair, the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation.)
      •   (2002 May) box 6 folder 50 (This folder contains correspondence regarding animal abuse by WFU fraternity members at Tanglewood Park. Correspondents include Mayor Allen Joines, Richard A. Brenner, Robert A. Ingram, Senator John McCain, Council on Christian Higher Education of the Baptist State Convention, F. M. Kirby, John Swofford.)
      •   (2002 June) box 6 folder 51 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's trip to Vienna, Austria, and Venice, Italy. Correspondents include John Swofford, Ernie Davenport, W. B. Greene.)
      •   (2002 July) box 6 folder 52 (Correspondents include M. Hunt Broyhill, the Knight Foundation, Murray Greason, and Victor I. and Roddy Flow.)
      •   (2002 August) box 6 folder 53 (Correspondents include John Carroll, Roy J. Smith.)
      •   (2002 September) box 6 folder 54 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the anniversary of 9/11 and a letter to WFU alumni. Correspondents include Evelyn P. (Pat) Foote, Frank B. Holding, R. Philip Hanes, Glenn Orr, Eugene Worrell.)
      •   (2002 October) box 6 folder 55 (Correspondents include Jane F. Crosthwaite, Edgar D. Christman, Robert A. Ingram, John G. Medlin, Louis H. Blair, Dewey and Ginny Hobbs.)
      •   (2002 November-December) box 6 folder 56 (Correspondents include Creed C. Black, Myles Brand, Governor-elect Robert L. Ehrlich, William McBride, David W. Dupree, Robert A. Ingram, G. Kennedy Thompson, Governor Michael F. Easley.)
    • 2003
      •   (2003 January) box 6 folder 57 (Correspondents include Robert Ingram, Robert F. Lowe, Peggy Cifrino.)
      •   (2003 February) box 6 folder 58 (Correspondents include Paige Patterson, Ryan R. Hutchinson, Murray Greason, Hodding Carter, Skip Prosser, Scott Livengood, Barbara Hansen.)
      •   (2003 March) box 6 folder 59 (Correspondents include Martha W. Barnett, Skip Prosser, Robert F. Lowe, Tom C. Womble, Josh Howard.)
      •   (2003 April) box 6 folder 60 (Correspondents include Stephen A. Brown, John Swofford, L. M. Baker, John Allison, Ron Wellman.)
      •   (2003 May) box 6 folder 61 (Correspondents include Ron Wellman, Peaches Gunter Blank, Martha W. Barnett, Samuel A. DiPiazza, Vice Admiral Richard H. Carmona.)
      •   (2003 June) box 6 folder 62 (Correspondents include Myles Brand, John Alexander, John T. Chambers, Josh Howard.)
      •   (2003 July) box 6 folder 63 (Correspondents include David W. Dupree, Edwin L. Welch, and Laura Baecher.)
      •   (2003 August ) box 6 folder 64 (Correspondents include Representative Rick Boucher, 568 Presidents' Group, H. Kel Landis, Jan Calloway, Martha Mason.)
      •   (2003 September) box 6 folder 65 (Correspondents include Lawrence H. Summers, Representative Howard Coble, Representative Melvin Watt, Russell Brantley, Robert A. Ingram, Donald E. Flow.)
      •   (2003 October) box 6 folder 66 (This folder contains a letter to the Wake Forest community sharing Hearn's brain tumor diagnosis and subsequent treatment plans.)
    • 2004
      •   (2004 March 23) box 7 folder 1 (Letter from Major General, U.S. Army, regarding WFU ROTC unit)
      •   (2004 April) box 7 folder 2 (This folder contains correspondence and materials regarding Hearn's announcement of his return to work and plan to retire June 2005 and his receipt of the Paul Fulton/Alexis deTocqueville Society Award from United Way of Forsyth County.)
      •   (2004 May) box 7 folder 3 (Correspondents include President Gerald and Betty Ford, Bernie Kish, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Myles Brand.)
      •   (2004 June) box 7 folder 4
      •   (2004 July) box 7 folder 5 (Correspondents include Bernard Mann, William B. Greene.)
      •   (2004 August) box 7 folder 6
      •   (2004 September) box 7 folder 7 (Correspondents include Representative Melvin L. Watt, Roy J. Smith.)
      •   (2004 October) box 7 folder 8 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Wake Forest community members affected by recent hurricanes.)
      •   (2004 November-December) box 7 folder 9 (Correspondents include 568 Presidents Group.)
    • 2005
      •   (2005 January) box 7 folder 10 (This folder contains correspondence regarding Hearn's receipt of the CASE 2005 Chief Executive Leadership Award. Correspondents include Myles Brand, John Alexander, Ambassador Barbara Masakela, Michael Dell.)
      •   (2005 February) box 7 folder 11 (This folder contains correspondence regarding victims of a recent tsunami and Hearn's appointment as chair of the Knight Commission. Correspondents include President-elect Nathan O. Hatch, James Carville, Albert R. Hunt, N.C. Senator Linda Garrou, Glenn Orr, William C. Friday, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Gray T. Boyette.)
      •   (2005 March) box 7 folder 12 (Correspondents include Arnold Palmer, Bernard Lown, Representative Melvin Watt, John Allison, Jeffrey P. von Arx, Paul Shorey Paschal, H. Edwards Paschal, Sandy Kahle, Murray C. Greason, Senator Richard Burr.)
      •   (2005 April) box 7 folder 13 (Correspondents include Barbara and Nick Millhouse, Katie and Ken Mountcastle, Robert A. Ingram, Motion Picture Association of America, Dan Glickman, Alberto Ibarguen, the Knight Foundation.)
      •   (2005 May) box 7 folder 14 (Correspondents include Louis V. Gerstner, Charles D. Peebler, Robert H. Samson, Bernard Lown, Michael D. Piscal, Oliver W. Hill, Jane Freeman Crosthwaite, Arnold Palmer, Ann Scales, Ron Wellman, Walter J. Harrelson.)
      •   (2005 June) box 7 folder 15 (This folder contains correspondence and Mit Shah's introduction of Hearn for the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) award. Correspondents include Paul H. Broyhill, Thomas S. Haggai, Bernard Lown, John Alexander, Thomas W. Ross.)
      •   (2005 July) box 7 folder 16 (Correspondents include D. E. Ward, Martha Mason, James T. Stone, Trustees and Trustees Emeriti, Nathan O. Hatch, Retired Justice David M. Britt, Warren A. Stephens.)
      •   (2005 August-December) box 7 folder 17 (Correspondence topcis include donations, tsunami recovery, William M. Dean of the !dealliance board, and TKH's health. Correspondents include Megan Carr and Mike Henry, Jitendra Kumar Agarwal, Mit Shah, and D. E. Ward, Jr.)
    • 2006
      •   (2006 January-April) box 7 folder 18 (Correspondents include John W. Davis, Paul Fulton, J. Tylee Wilson.)
      •   (2006 May-June) box 7 folder 19 (Correspondents include Theodore M. Hesburgh, Tylee Wilson, Patricia H. Kordas, F. Ross Johnson, and D. E. Ward.)
      •   (2006 July-August) box 7 folder 20 (Correspondents include Dewey Hobbs, Dorothy McAllister Mason, Debbie Lambert.)
      •   (2006 October-November) box 7 folder 21 (Correspondents include J. Tylee Wilson, Patricia Kordas.)
      •   (2006 December) box 7 folder 22
    • 2007
      •   (2007 January) box 7 folder 23 (Correspondents include Jim Grobe's spouse Holly Grobe, Martha and Linwood Davis, Sherwood H. Smith.)
      •   (2007 March-May) box 7 folder 24 (Correspondents include Glenn Orr, Dewey Hobbs, Dave and Carroll McCullough, Tim and Jacque Pennell, Robert K. Walsh.)
      •   (2007 July) box 7 folder 25 (This folder contains correspondence regarding permission requests for Hearn's article, "The Culture of Sport and the Future of Intercollegiate Athletics: Address to the Governing Boards, Boston, MA" for At Issue: Should College Athletes be Paid?)
      •   (2007 August-October) box 7 folder 26 (Correspondents include Dino Gaudio, Nancy Prosser, Joe Tobin.)
      •   (2007 November) box 7 folder 27 (Correspondents include Jeff Young, Michael Queen, Nathan O. Hatch.)
    • 2008
      •   (2008 February-May) box 7 folder 28 (Correspondents include Kyle B. Hanser, Richard P. McQuellon.)
      •   (2008 June, August) box 7 folder 29 (Correspondents include Nathan O. and Julie Hatch, Amy Perko.)
    • Undated letters
      • Card from Krithiga and Irene (undated) box 7 folder 30
  • Event planning, speaking, and related materials  (1984-2005)
    • Commencement speeches, programs, and related materials  (1984-2005) box 15 folder 67-88
    • Founders' Day Materials
      •   (2005) box 15 folder 1
      •   (2003) box 15 folder 2
      •   (2002) box 15 folder 3
      •   (2001) box 15 folder 4
      •   (2000) box 15 folder 5
      •   (1999) box 15 folder 6
      •   (1998) box 15 folder 7
      •   (1997) box 15 folder 8
      •   (1996) box 15 folder 9
      •   (1995) box 15 folder 10
      •   (1994) box 15 folder 11
      •   (1993) box 15 folder 12
      •   (1992) box 15 folder 13
      •   (1991) box 15 folder 14
      •   (1990) box 15 folder 15
      •   (1989) box 15 folder 16
      •   (1988) box 15 folder 17
      •   (1987) box 15 folder 18
      •   (1986) box 15 folder 19
      • (1985) box 15 folder 20
      • (1984) box 15 folder 21
      •   (1983) box 15 folder 22
      •   (1982) box 15 folder 29
    • Opening Convocation Materials
      •  (2002-2004) box 15 folder 66
      • (2001) box 15 folder 23
      • (2000) box 15 folder 24
      • (1998) box 15 folder 26
      • (1997) box 15 folder 27
      • (1996) box 15 folder 28
      • (1994) box 15 folder 30
      • (1993) box 15 folder 31
      • (1992) box 15 folder 32
      • (1991) box 15 folder 33
      • (1990) box 15 folder 34
      • (1989) box 15 folder 35
      • (1988) box 15 folder 36
      • (1987) box 15 folder 37
      • (1986) box 15 folder 38
      • (1985) box 15 folder 39
      • (1984) box 15 folder 40
  • Memorabilia and display materials  (1983-2006)
    • Academic regalia, likely TKH's (circa 1983-2005) box 30
    • ACC Basketball Champions clock  (1996) box 17
    • ACC Basketball Tournament, 45th annual, wooden stand with wooden carved basketball  (1998 March 5-8) box 17
    • ACC Basketball Tournament to TKH clock in wooden case  (1986) box 21
    • ACC Men's Basketball tournament wooden box  (1989) box 21
    • ACC Tournament ticket paperweight  (2003 March 13-16) box 21
    • ACC Tournament ticket paperweight  (2002 March 4) box 21
    • ACC Women's Basketball Tournament silver charm  (2002) box 21
    • Agreement for exchange between Moscow State University and WFU in red folder, copies in Russian and English  (1990 June 8) box 22 folder 3
    • Agreement for exchange between Tokai University and WFU in brown folder  (1989 October 31) box 22 folder 4
    • Army ROTC black mug, "Leadership/Excellence" box 19
    • Awards and thank yous: National Residence Hall Honor, United Way, Year of Religion (circa 1998-2005) box 31 folder 11
    • Babcock School of Management crystal box box 19
    • Benson University Center groundbreaking commemorative shovel paperweight  (1988 April 12) box 21
    • Bowman Gray School of Medicine and N.C. Baptist Hospitals, 50 Years of Excellence medallion and wood paperweight  (1991) box 20
    • Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Citizen Award to TKH plaque  (1996) box 28
    • Caricature of TKH from Alumni Council in honor of five-year anniversary, unsigned  (1989) box 32 folder 4
    • Carolinas Heart Institute bronze paperweight  (1988 March 19) box 20
    • Carswell Scholar marble paperweight box 24
    • Commission on Presidential Debates debate photograph, mat reads "To Tom Hearn, and thanks for #2!"  (2000) box 32 folder 3
    • Council on Christian Higher Education 50th Anniversary paperweight  (1994) box 21
    • The Crosby crystal dish  (1987) box 24
    • Crosby golf tournament pin in brown case  (1993) box 21
    • DELL Partner glass box  (2005 February 22) box 17
    • Elms on the Quad wood paperweight, 1953-1987  (1987) box 20
    • Flow House, Vienna, Austria, building and repair scrapbooks (5) (circa 1998-2005) box 23
    • Folding screen, small decorative, possibly featuring Japanese scene box 19
    • Goler Memorial AME Zion Church award plaque to TKH, "in appreciation of commitment and leadership in providing quality education for our young and older adults"  (1994 April 17) box 17
    • Guangxi Teachers University, China, medallion in case (undated) box 20
    • Heritage and Promise brass bookmarks in velvet pouches (2) box 19
    • Heritage and Promise Convocation commemorative "Arnie's Army" button   (1995) box 19
    • Honoring the Hearn Presidency wooden box  (2005) box 30
    • Italian National Olympic Committee medallion in blue velvet box (circa 1996-2002) box 19
    • Japan-American Student Conference, 46th, and 60th Anniversary glass award  (1994) box 17
    • Japanese bamboo plate, decorative with flower and leaf design (undated) box 19
    • Japanese cherry blossoms acrylic tray or plate box 19
    • Japanese doll, small decorative, in a kimono with a helmet (undated) box 24
    • Jewish National Fund Tree of Life award ,framed, to TKH  (1990 October 16) box 26
    • Korea University 100th Anniversary global pride plate  (2005) box 24
    • Lapel pins: Russian bear, Japanese and U.S. flag, and School of Medicine (3) (circa 1985-2000) box 21
    • Lapel pins (2): Salt Lake City Olympics, Leadership Winston -Salem  (2002, undated) box 19
    • Leadership and Civil Rights Retrospective and Prospective Visions, 1960-2000, paperweight  (2000) box 24
    • Leadership Winston-Salem appreciation for vision and service to TKH, polished stone box (1984 May-1994 May) box 17
    • Lentz, Martha, lines from Dan Locklair anthem for Hearn inauguration  (1983) box 29 folder 47
    • Luxor and Cisco brass pens with triangle bases (2) (undated) box 19
    • Montag and Caldwell 50th Anniversary paperweight  (1995) box 24
    • National Association of Community Leadership Organizations (NACLO) Distinguished Leadership Award to TKH plaque  (1986 September 7) box 20
    • NCAA President's Commission recognition plaque  (1988-1993) box 17
    • NCAA Division 1 men's basketball championship commemorative award plaque to TKH  (1984) box 21
    • N.C. Award in Public Service to TKH in black folder  (2006) box 22 folder 7
    • N.C. Commission on Professionalism, by Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake, appreciation for TKH's service plaque  (2004 January 16) box 20
    • N.C. Educational Facilities Finance Agency Bonds, Bowman Gray School of Medicine Project booklet paperweight  (1996 August 27) box 24
    • N.C. Educational Facilities Finance Agency Bonds, WFU project, paperweight  (1988 November 28) box 20
    • N.C. Medical Care Commission Health Care Facilities Reserve Bonds booklet paperweight  (2002 August 2) box 20
    • N.C. People with William Friday paperweight (circa 1990-1999) box 21
    • N.C. proclamation of TKH as honorary Tar Heel  (1983 August 22) box 32 folder 1
    • Office of Alumni Activities Resolution in honor of TKH's work related to student athletics   (1991 July 20) box 22 item 2
    • Owl statue, small brass (undated) box 19
    • Piedmont Triad Research Park One Technology Place groundbreaking paperweight (undated) box 21
    • Presidential debate thank you to Winston-Salem and Forsyth County citizens poster  (1989) box 32
    • President's aides photograph and signed mat  (2004-2005) box 32 folder 3
    • President's Club award plaque to TKH  (1994) box 24
    • Pro Am Golf Tournament plaques (5) (1989, 1996-1999) box 21
    • Pro Humanitate Society medallion to TKH  (1990 February 9) box 24
    • Professional Grounds Management Grand Award to WFU framed certificate  (2004 November 6) box 28
    • RJR Championship crystal dish (undated) box 24
    • R.J. Reynolds Whitaker Park Tour Renovation coaster  (1992) box 21
    • Spectator seat number 224 statue to TKH, WFU, possibly related to the Lawrence Joel Veteran's Memorial Coliseum or ACC Basketball (undated) box 24
    • Team Walk honorary chairman plaque   (1990) box 21
    • TeamWalk Piedmont March of Dimes Corporate Club plaque  (1990) box 20
    • Thinkpad-CD Project commemoration, CD in wooden stand  (1996) box 17
    • Tokai University and related trips travel photograph album with diary entries  (1987-1992) box 22 folder 6
    • Tokai University Honorary Doctor of Arts degree in brown folder  (1989 October 31) box 22 folder 5
    • United Way centennial medallion in blue case  (1987) box 21
    • United Way Charlie Frank Benbow Memorial Award nominee plaque  (1988) box 19
    • United Way Leadership Circle glass dish with card signed by TKH and Edward A. Horrigan, Jr.  (1987) box 24
    • United Way Leadership Circle metal paperweight  (1989) box 27
    • United Way Outstanding Service commemorative paperweight  (1991 January 31) box 17
    • University of Vienna replica coin in wooden box box 19
    • U.S. Army ROTC Cadet Command, All American Region paperweight (undated) box 24
    • U.S. Army ROTC Demon Deacon Battalion challenge coin, number 001 (undated) box 24
    • U.S. Department of the Army, Army ROTC, and Army JROTC medallions (3) (circa 1990-1999) box 21
    • U.S. Department of the Army Commander's Award for Public Service medal pin (undated) box 24
    • U.S. Ryder Cup Team Outreach Program photograph plaque to TKH  (2002) box 25
    • Walk to Cure Diabetes Winston-Salem achievement award plaque  (2003) box 20
    • Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce "The New Horizon: Technology, Research, Commerce" paperweight (undated) box 20
    • Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce resolution regarding Hearn's leadership of the Transit 2001 Commission  (1996 September 20) box 20
    • WFU Board of Trustees resolution regarding Louise Patton Hearn scholarship  (circa 2001) box 32 folder 1
    • WFU Brian Piccolo Student Cancer Drive check presentation to Comprehensive Cancer Center framed picture  (2004 February 25) box 28
    • WFU Health Services clear paperweight (circa 1990-1999) box 21
    • WFU President inaugural book from Annie Dove Denmark to James Ralph Scales, gifted to TKH (1968, 1983) box 22 folder 1 (Small black looseleaf binder with quotations and pictures given to Scales upon his inauguration as thirteenth president of WFU, April 1968. Letter to Dr. Scales from Annie Dove Denmark, and note from Scales upon passing the book along to TKH upon his inauguaration as twelvth president of WFU.)
    • WFU Reynolda Campus black and white artwork by Connie Wilson Corey, framed  (1989) box 25
    • WFU School of Medicine Bowman Gray Campus stackable paperweights  (2002) box 24
    • WFU schools Alumni Councils' Resolution of Appreciation, framed, to TKH  (1993 July 17) box 26
    • WFU seal and Deacons with Deacon head mug (circa 1980-1989) box 19
    • WFU seal silver and bronze paperweight in white box (circa 1984-1989) box 21
    • WFU Sesquicentennial commemorative plate  (1984) box 24
    • WFU stained-glass suncatcher box 19
    • WFU Women's tennis team photograph, framed (circa 1995-2005) box 25
    • Student Government Resolution of Appreciation plaque  (1993 fall) box 20
    • Dan Locklair anthem lyrics, commissioned for TKH inauguration framed with Wait Chapel color photograph  (circa 1983) box 20
    • Luxor Las Vegas acrylic pyramid paperweight box 21
    • Elm wood bowl made by James A. Flinchum III, from Quad elm tree  (1989) box 21
    • Rotary International sword letter opener (undated) box 21
    • National Residence Hall Honorary Recognition plaque  (2005 April) box 24
  • Photographs and video recordings (circa 1980-2008)
    • Candid photographs (circa 1984-1995) box 29 folder 22
    • Commencement photographs (circa 1983-1989) box 29 folder 28
    • Golf team with Athletic Director Gene Hooks (circa 1980-1989) box 12 folder 49
    • Hodges, Ben, photograph negatives (circa 1985-1995) box 29 folder 29
    • Inauguration, possibly with others (circa 1984-1989) box 12 folder 48 (This folder contains three photographs that had been framed together. One color photo of Hearn, Richard Janeway, Edwin Wilson, James Ralph Scales, and William Joyner, all in academic regalia, standing on a balcony. Another color photo of Hearn with two unidentified men standing on a porch or balcony. One black and white photo of Hearn, Janeway, Wilson, Joyner, Leon Corbett, University Counsel, John Anderson, Vice President for Finance and Administration, and another man in an office.)
    • Inauguration edited copy, tape 1A (1 U-matic videocassette)  (1983 November 4) box 30
    • Inauguration edited master, tape 1 (1 U-matic videocassette)  (1983 November 4) box 30
    • Inauguration edited master, tape 2 (1 U-matic videocassette)  (1983 November 4) box 30
    • Inauguration events, dinner, campus tour, brunch, procession, family, tapes 1 and 2 (2 U-matic videocassettes)  (1983 November 3-4) box 30
    • Inauguration original recording (1 U-matic videocassette)  (1983 November 4) box 30
    • Individual and family portraits (circa 1984-1995) box 12 folder 46 (Included are photographs of Hearn, 1989, by Susan Mullally Clark, black and white photographs of Hearn, undated, labeled Steve Killian, and photographs of Hearn family, 2001.)
    • Magnolia Gala Dinner and presentation of Pro Humanitate Award to Martha Mason videocassette  (2003 September 5) box 33 item 4
    • On campus photograph prints and negatives  (1986) box 29 folder 26
    • Portraits (circa 1984-1995) box 29 folder 24
    • Portraits by Bernard J. Carpenter, slides  (1989) box 29 folder 20
    • Portraits by Bernard J. Carpenter  (1988) box 29 folder 21
    • Portraits by Ronald Macklin  (1990) box 29 folder 23
    • President's Aides portrait photographs  (1990-2005) box 31 folder 17-26
    • TKH on "CBS Sunday Morning" regarding NCAA videocassette  (1994 January 30) box 33 item 3
    • TKH on "NC People with William Friday," UNC TV, videocassette and DVD  (2005 June 17) box 33 item 1
    • TKH retirement dinner videocassette  (2005 April 15) box 33 item 2
    • TKH with Germaine Bree photograph (circa 1985-2000) box 31 folder 13
    • With administrators and donors photographs  (1984-1990) box 29 folder 25
    • Young children cheerleaders at LJVM Coliseum (circa 1990-1999) box 31 folder 14
  • Printed materials and clippings  (1979-2008)
    •   (1979) box 13 folder 40
    • Alabama  (1983) box 13 folder 41
    • Winston-Salem  (1983) box 13 folder 42
    •   (1983) box 13 folder 43
    •   (1984) box 13 folder 44
    •   (1985-1986) box 13 folder 45
    • First five years  (1985-1990) box 29 folder 14
    •   (1987) box 13 folder 46
    •   (1988-1989) box 13 folder 47
    •   (1990-1991) box 13 folder 48
    • Winston-Salem Magazine, TKH interview  (1990 November/December) box 29 folder 10
    •   (1993) box 13 folder 49
    •   (1999) box 14 folder 1
    •   (2000) box 14 folder 2
    • News releases and speeches: Faculty salary and issues  (2000-) box 29 folder 15
    •   (2002-2004) box 14 folder 3
    • News releases: health, brain tumor  (2003-2004) box 29 folder 16
    • Giunca, Mary. "Hearn resumes his duties," Winston-Salem Journal laminated article  (2004 April 20) box 32 folder 5
    •   (2005-2008) box 14 folder 4
    • Retirement article, Winston-Salem Journal   (2005 June 30) box 13 folder 4
    • "Servant of Ambition," Wake Forest Magazine   (2005 March) box 29 folder 46
    • News releases: death  (2008) box 29 folder 17
  • Restricted files
    • 12-month appointment books (29)  (1983-2008) box 18
    • Anderson, John, letter  (1991 June 10) box 18 folder 6
    • Brantley, Russell, correspondence box 18 folder 7 (This folder contains Hearn's corresondence with Russell Brantley.)
    • Conner, Frederick W., materials  (1973-1979) box 18 folder 1 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to Frederick W. Conner, UAB Professor of Humanities. Correspondents include George W. Campbell.)
    • Conner, Frederick W., materials  (1980-1981) box 18 folder 2 (This folder contains materials and correspondence with Frederick W. Conner, retired UAB Professor of Humanities.)
    • Conner, Frederick W., materials  (1982-1986) box 18 folder 3 (This folder contains Hearn's correspondence with Frederick W. Conner, retired UAB Professor of Humanities. Also included is a letter to Conner from Donald W. Sherburne.)
    • Conner, Frederick W., materials  (1987-1993) box 18 folder 4 (This folder contains Hearn's correspondence with Frederick W. Conner, retired UAB Professor of Humanities. Also included is a copy of Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. LXXIV, No. 1-2, Spring/Summer 1991, which includes Conner's article "To Dream With One Eye Open": The Wit, Wisdom, and Present Standing of George Santayana.)
    • Correspondence  (1993-1995) box 18 folder 8-10
    • Correspondence  (1998) box 18 folder 11
    • Gray, Glenn box 18 folder 5 (This folder contains Hearn's correspondence with Glenn Gray. Also included is The Colorado College Magazine, Summer 1971, Volume 6, Number 3, with Gray's article "The 1970s, Absurd or Tragicomic?", and "The Claims of Beauty", by Gray, published in The Virginia Quarterly Review.)
  • Speeches (1962-2008 )
    •   (1962-1982)
      • "Reach Hither - Touch Me Not"  (May 1962) box 7 folder 48
      • "Singing the Songs of Zion in an Alien Land"  (1975 February 28) box 7 folder 49
      • "Rohatyn's Hume"  (1976 October 29) box 7 folder 50
      • "The Allocation of Medical Resources"  (1977 February 10) box 7 folder 51
      • "The Arts and the American Consciousness: Reflections on Coming to Our Senses"  (1978 April ) box 7 folder 52
      • "Moralism and the Teaching of Moral Philosophy"  (1978 July 22) box 7 folder 52
      • "The Future of Liberal Education"  (1980 February 10) box 7 folder 53
      • Presentation to UAB President's Council  (1980 March 31) box 7 folder 53
      • "Words on Art and Education: Talks with Teachers"  (1980 June) box 7 folder 53
      • "A Philosophy for the Arts"  (1980 December 21) box 7 folder 53
      • "How to Miss the Coming Economic Revolution"  (1981 August 17) box 7 folder 54
      • Huntsville Arts Center Dedication  (1981 September 13) box 7 folder 54
      • "The Arts and Public Policy: The Social Meanings of Art"  (1982 January 10) box 7 folder 55
      • "UAB: An Urban University"  (1982 March 30) box 7 folder 55
      • "Computers in University College"  (1982 May 4) box 7 folder 55
      • Higher Education and the Emerging Social Order (undated) box 9 folder 14
      • Higher Education: The Conceptual Crisis (undated) box 9 folder 14
      • Living Forward, Thinking Backward: Higher Educaton and the Future of Alabama's Economy (undated) box 9 folder 14
      • UAB: An Urban University (undated) box 9 folder 14
    •   (1983-1984)
      • Lecture at BG  (1983 January) box 7 folder 57
      • Pledge Class  (1983 March 1) box 7 folder 57
      • Proposed remarks for press conference  (1983 July 9) box 7 folder 57
      • Responses to toasts  (1983 November 3) box 7 folder 57
      • "The Inaugural Address of Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. as Twelfth President of Wake Forest University"  (1983 November 4) box 7 folder 57
      • Inauguration speech  (1983 November 4) box 29 folder 40
      • Response for Dr. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr.  (1983 November 4) box 7 folder 57
      • Donors Forum  (1983 November 9) box 7 folder 57
      • Sermon  (1983 November 10) box 7 folder 57
      • WFU Convention dinner  (1983 November 15) box 7 folder 57
      • Smithsonian Symposium remarks  (1983 December 8) box 7 folder 57
      • Suggested remarks, Wheatley Choral Hall Dedication  (1983 December 8) box 7 folder 57
      • "Wake Forest and the Spirit of Opportunity"  (1983 December 12) box 7 folder 57
      • Speeches: first year (circa 1984-1985) box 29 folder 41
    •   (1983 October)
      • Law Alumni Association  (1983 October 1) box 7 folder 56
      • College Board of Visitors/Law Board of Visitors  (1983 October 1) box 7 folder 56
      • First official meeting of my first academic day in office (undated) box 7 folder 56
      • Sesquicentennial Campaign Dinner remarks  (1983 October 13) box 7 folder 56
      • Proposed Remarks, Carpenter Library dedication  (1983 October 14) box 7 folder 56
      • Homecoming banquet address  (1983 October 14) box 7 folder 56
      • Introduction of Mr. Sticht  (1983 Fall) box 7 folder 56
      • Babcock Board of Visitors  (1983 October 21) box 7 folder 56
      • In Praise of Bureaucracy  (1983 October 23) box 7 folder 56
      • Birmingham Rotary Club remarks  (1983 October 28) box 7 folder 56
    •   (1984 January-March)
      • "Heritage and Prospect: Excerpts From Essays and Addresses" (circa 1984-1988) box 7 folder 58
      • "The Arts and Public Policy: The Social Meaning of Art"  (1982 January 10) box 7 folder 59
      • President's Welcoming remarks  (1983-1984) box 7 folder 59
      • Leadership Birmingham  (1984 January 12) box 7 folder 59
      • "Living Together"  (1984 January 15) box 7 folder 59
      • WF AAUP Meeting  (1984 February 6) box 7 folder 59
      • Greensboro Wake Forest Club  (1984 February 16) box 7 folder 59
      • Fayetteville, possibly Wake Forest Club (undated) box 7 folder 59
      • Charlotte Wake Forest Club  (1984 March 12) box 7 folder 59
      • The Steering Committee Orientation  (1984 March 15) box 7 folder 59
      • Suggested remarks, Chemistry Lecture  (circa 1984) box 7 folder 59
      • Suggested Intro for Melvin Calvin  (circa 1984) box 7 folder 59
    •   (1984 April-June)
      • Remarks for World Book  (1984 April 1-3) box 7 folder 60
      • Suggested Remarks for Chapel, Sesquecentennial Celebration Trek to Wake Forest  (1984 April 15) box 7 folder 60
      • Southern College and Universities Pers. Administrators, possibly Personnel Administrators  (1984 April 18) box 7 folder 60
      • Stratford Rotary Club  (1984 April 19) box 7 folder 60
      • Board of Visitors  (1984 May 11) box 7 folder 60
      • Pilot Mountain Association  (1984 May 14) box 7 folder 60
      • Hickory  (1984 May 29) box 7 folder 60
      • Chicago Alumni Meeting  (1984 June) box 7 folder 60
      • Alumni Planning Conference  (1984 Summer) box 7 folder 60
      • "The President's Motto"  (1984 June 3) box 7 folder 60
      • WFU Planning Retreat remarks synopsis  (1984 June 25-26) box 7 folder 60
    •   (1984 July-September)
      • "Reynolda House"  (1984 July) box 7 folder 61
      • Planning and fundraising notes  (circa 1984) box 7 folder 61
      • Lecture to NC Medical Society  (1984 August) box 7 folder 61
      • Planning retreat, Graylyn  (1984 August 22) box 7 folder 61
      • Leadership Winston-Salem Reception  (1984 August 29) box 7 folder 61
      • ZSR Presentation  (1984 September 4) box 7 folder 61
      • President's Club  (1984 September 7) box 7 folder 61
      • President's Club Breakfast  (1984 September 8) box 7 folder 61
      • College Faculty  (1984 September 11) box 7 folder 61
      • Bowman Gray  (1984 September 11) box 7 folder 61
      • Knollwood Baptist Church  (1984 September 16) box 7 folder 61
      • Jr. Bar Association, Winston-Salem  (1984 September 19) box 7 folder 61
      • Denominational Relations Retreat  (1984 September 19) box 7 folder 61
      • Phi Delta Kappa Education  (1984 September 24) box 7 folder 61
    •   (1984 October-December)
      • Planning at Wake Forest  (1984 November 2) box 7 folder 62
      • Baptist State Convention speech planning and correspondence  (1984) box 29 folder 18
      • Remarks to the Baptist State Convention  (1984 November 13) box 7 folder 62
    •   (1985 January-March)
      • Virginia alumni (undated) box 7 folder 65
      • Rocky Mount  (1985 January) box 7 folder 65
      • First Baptist Church Sunday School Class  (1985 January 13) box 7 folder 65
      • Suggested Remarks for President Hearn: Hall of Fame Dinner  (1985 January 18) box 7 folder 65
      • "Be Nice to Hipocrits"  (1985 January 31) box 7 folder 65
      • High Point Rotary  (1985 February) box 7 folder 65
      • Washington, DC  (1985 February) box 7 folder 65
      • Founders' Day remarks  (1985-) box 7 folder 65
      • "On Ties to Contribute, Not Bind  (1985-) box 7 folder 65
      • "Remarks at Beginning of Carlyle Lecture  (1985-) box 7 folder 65
      • C.C. Hope Roast  (1985 February 18) box 7 folder 65
      • "Remarks at Graylyn Seminar"  (1985-) box 7 folder 65
      • "Be Nice to Hipocrites"  (1985 February 17, March 17) box 7 folder 65
      • untitled  (circa 1985) box 7 folder 65
    •   (1985 April-August)
      • Board of Visitors handwritten notes and script  (circa 1985) box 7 folder 66
      • Luncheon notes, Richmond and Norfolk  (circa 1985) box 7 folder 66
      • CASE Meeting, Graylyn  (1985 April 9) box 7 folder 66
      • Foundations luncheon, University Club, NYC  (1985 April 16) box 7 folder 66 Scope and Contents

        Handwritten notes, memorandum from Sandra Connor regarding Foundations Luncheon hosted by Barbara Millhouse, and list of attendees.

      • Wilmington remarks outline  (circa 1985) box 7 folder 66
      • Mission and Purpose Committee remarks outline and memorandum  (1985 April) box 7 folder 66
      • Sports Banquet typescript  (1985 May 1) box 7 folder 66 Scope and Contents

        Manuscript for sports banquet with handwritten note regarding publishing.

      • William Berry Cooper (Uncle B) memorial service  (1985 June) box 7 folder 66
      • WFU Magazine annual report from president  (1985 June 28) box 7 folder 66
      • NYC Alumni handwritten note  (1985 April 16) box 7 folder 66
      • Tribute to Janeway  (circa 1985 June) box 7 folder 66
    •   (1985 September-December)
      • Alumni Notes, Greenville, SC  (1985 Fall) box 7 folder 63
      • Alumni meeting  (1985 Fall) box 7 folder 63
      • Faculty meeting  (1985 September) box 7 folder 63
      • President's Club Breakfast Remarks  (1985 September 7) box 7 folder 63
      • "Leadership"  (1985 September 12) box 7 folder 63
      • Leadership W/S Kickoff Banquet  (1985 September 13) box 7 folder 63
      • Installation of Dr. Richard Groves  (1985 September 29) box 7 folder 63
      • Student Leadership Seminar  (1985 October) box 7 folder 63
      • Memorial Service for Hiram A. "Bif" Myers III  (1985 October 1) box 7 folder 63
      • Remarks for Pilot Mountain Association Centennial  (1985 October 17) box 7 folder 63
      • Proposed Introduction for Bob Staak  (1985 October 22) box 7 folder 63
      • Remarks for School of Business and Accountancy Advisory Council Meeting  (1985 October 25) box 7 folder 63
      • Leadership W/S Education Day   (1985 December 4) box 7 folder 63
      • Council CHE  (1985 December 17) box 7 folder 63
      • "Wake Forest University"  (1985 September 12) box 7 folder 63
      • "Opening Remarks for Myers Memorial Service"  (1985 October 1) box 7 folder 63
      • Suggested remarks for President Hearn: Hall of Fame Brunch  (1985 October 19) box 7 folder 63
      • Remarks for Cardio Rehab Program  (1985 October 22) box 7 folder 63
      • Remarks for Ministerial Meeting at Convention  (1985 November 11) box 7 folder 63
      • Remarks for Librarian's Meeting  (1985 November 14) box 7 folder 63
      • Remarks for Urban League  (1985 December 10) box 7 folder 63
    •   (1986 January-March)
      • Dallas Alumni Meeting  (1986 Spring) box 7 folder 64
      • Leadership W/S Opening Banquet   (circa 1986) box 7 folder 64
      • "News Conference Statement"  (1986 January 22) box 7 folder 64
      • Graduate Students Association  (1986 January 30) box 7 folder 64
      • Raleigh/Durham Alumni Meetings  (1986 February) box 7 folder 64
      • Alumni Council  (1986 February 2) box 7 folder 64
      • Rotary Club Introduction  (1986 February 18) box 7 folder 64
      • Florida Alumni Tour  (1986 March) box 7 folder 64
      • "Saints and Heroes"  (1986 March 20) box 7 folder 64
      • Yadkin County Foundation Kickoff  (1986 March 22) box 7 folder 64
    •   (1986 April-June)
      • Lexington, NC  (1986 April 29) box 7 folder 67
      • Report to faculty  (1986 May) box 7 folder 67
      • Greetings from colleges and universities on the occasion of Dr. Jacob Christian Martinson, Jr.'s inauguration as High Point College president  (circa 1986) box 7 folder 67
      • Leadership Greensboro Alumni Association handwritten remarks and program  (1986 May 27) box 7 folder 67
      • North Wilkesboro  (1986 June 3) box 7 folder 67
      • Stanley Frank roast script with handwritten notes  (1986 June 5) box 7 folder 67
      • Frank R. Campbell inauguration, Averett College  (1986 April 22) box 7 folder 67 Scope and Contents

        Speech script, brochure, program, press release regarding Hearn's participation from The Register, Danville, VA, and correspondence with Frank R. Campbell and G. Rodney Beals.

      • Babcock School of Management alumni conference  (circa 1986) box 7 folder 67
      • Boston dinner list of potential topics for remarks memorandum  (1986 June) box 7 folder 67
      • United Way  (circa 1986) box 7 folder 67
    •   (1986 July-September)
      • Greensboro Kiwanis Club  (1986 August 14) box 7 folder 68
      • Law School  (1986 August 18) box 7 folder 68
      • Student Athletes  (1986 August 28) box 7 folder 68
      • Prefatory note, Dr. Marcus Hester  (1986 September 24) box 7 folder 68 Scope and Contents

        Expresses thanks to Dr. Hester and WFU's Department of Philosophy for bringing this series of the James Montgomery Hester Hester Seminar to campus, to print.

      • Executive Council planning meeting  (1986 September 4) box 7 folder 68
      • Memorial services: Nikos Laurance Ridle, Myers  (1986 September-October) box 7 folder 68
      • President's Club  (1986 August-September) box 7 folder 68 Scope and Contents

        Handwritten notes for President's Club breakfast, with memo from Bob Mills, August 26, 1986, with suggestions for remarks for President's Club Weekend.

      • Wake Forest - A Future From Our Past  (1986 September 6) box 7 folder 68 Scope and Contents

        President's Club report manuscript, with two printed copies. Foreword by G. William Joyner, Jr.

      • Parents' Forum remarks  (1986) box 7 folder 68
      • United Way campaign victory dinner  (1986 November 6) box 7 folder 68
      • College and Bowman Gray Faculty meeting  (1986 September 15) box 7 folder 68
      • Rotary Club, United Way  (1986 September) box 7 folder 68
    •   (1986 October-December)
      • Notes outline starting "Easy to be negative"  (circa 1986) box 7 folder 69
      • Partners' Banquet honoring Chief Justice Joseph Branch suggested remarks  (1986) box 7 folder 69 Scope and Contents

        Personal handwritten notes. Introduction of speaker, former Governor James B. Hunt, Jr.

      • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools  (1986 November 3) box 7 folder 69
      • A Proposal for a New Relationship Between the N.C. Baptist State Convention and WFU  (circa 1986 November) box 7 folder 69 Scope and Contents

        Typed manuscript with handwritten notes.

      • Parents' Forum  (1986 November 1) box 7 folder 69 Scope and Contents

        Suggested topics for remarks, with handwritten script and notes.

      • Memorial service, Robert Little Sullivan, program and remarks  (1986 November 10) box 7 folder 69
      • WF Ministerial Alumni dinner  (1986 November 10) box 7 folder 69
      • Report to the Board  (circa 1986 November) box 7 folder 69 Scope and Contents

        Handwritten notes and printed manuscript.

      • Kiwanis Club, Raleigh, and Rotary Club, Charlotte  (1986 December) box 7 folder 69
    •   (1987 January-June)
      • Education and the Social Order: Understanding the Crisis in Education, Watauga Club, Raleigh, NC.  (1987 January 6) box 7 folder 70
      • Faculty meeting  (1987 January 15) box 7 folder 70
      • RJR Nabisco gift of corporate headquarters facility to WFU statement  (1987 January 15) box 7 folder 70
      • Wayne Calloway introduction  (1987 January 29) box 7 folder 70 Scope and Contents

        Better Business Bureau Luncheon, Benton Convention Center. Draft B: Press Conference, PepsiCo Grant, Reynolda Hall Main Lounge.

      • Secrest dinner remarks  (1987 March 26) box 7 folder 70 Scope and Contents

        Graylyn Conference Center. And remarks prior to Artists Series Performance.

      • Founder's Day convocation speech  (1987 February) box 34 folder 1
      • United Way workshop  (1987 April 26) box 7 folder 70 Scope and Contents

        Opening remarks, draft; remarks for slide presentation; and correspondence from Armando L. Chardiet with resumes of workshop presenters.

      • Lawrence Joel Veterans' Memorial Coliseum groundbreaking remarks draft  (1987 April 23) box 7 folder 70 Scope and Contents

        Printed remarks with handwritten notes, program for ceremony.

      • Beyond Liberal Education, Phi Beta Kappa banquet, Davidson College.  (1987 May 7) box 7 folder 70
      • Forsyth County Medical Society  (1987 May) box 7 folder 70
      • College Football Association, Dallas  (1987 May) box 7 folder 70
    •   (1987 July-November)
      • Alumni Council meeting, Homestead  (1987 July 24) box 7 folder 71
      • Student Leadership Conference  (1987 August) box 7 folder 71
      • Athletic Staff  (1987 August 27) box 7 folder 71
      • Minority Affairs  (1987 September 7) box 7 folder 71
      • President's Club suggested remarks and program  (1987 September 11) box 7 folder 71
      • President's Club Breakfast  (1987 September 12) box 7 folder 71
      • Parents speech  (1987 September 26) box 7 folder 71
      • Rick Weddle introduction to Downtown Rotary, draft  (1987 October 6) box 7 folder 71
      • The Ethical Crisis, American Society of Landscape Architects, Baltimore, Maryland  (1987 November 3) box 7 folder 71 Scope and Contents

        Printed manuscript marked "original", handwritten notes, correspondence with Karen Niles, waiver and consent forms, check stub and expense report.

      • Charlotte Alumni Club  (1987 November 10) box 7 folder 71
      • Board of Visitors address  (1987 November 13) box 7 folder 71
      • Tree memorial, with copy of Robert Frost's "Tree at My Window"  (1987 November 23) box 7 folder 71
    •   (1987 December)
      • Winston-Salem Rotary Club manuscript and handwritten speech  (1987 December 1) box 8 folder 1
      • Review of "The Closing of the American Mind" and related materials  (1987 October-December) box 8 folder 1 Scope and Contents

        Includes memo to WFU faculty with invitation to forum dated October 15, 1987, Leaves from a President's Notebook, Essay Number 5: The Closing of the American Mind, correspondence and materials from Don Schoonmaker and David Broyles, and corresondence following the forum from James C. Leist, Carolyn Browder, and James Alfred Martin, Jr.

    •   (1988 January-June)
      • John Davis introduction to Winston-Salem Rotary Club  (1988 January 19) box 8 folder 2
      • James MacGregor Burns introduction to WFU Tocqueville Forum  (1988 February 9) box 8 folder 2
      • Meeting with Fraternity Society leaders regarding alcohol abuse, with General Counsel memorandum on the use of emergency disciplinary powers  (1988 February 17) box 8 folder 2
      • Wake Forest Executive Council Planning Retreat  (1988 February 22) box 8 folder 2
      • "A New Idolatry" and "All Flesh Is Grass," Thursday Worship, Wait Chapel  (1988 February 25) box 8 folder 2 Scope and Contents

        Handwritten sermon, order of worship, and printed manuscript

      • Leaves From A President's Notebook: Imitations of Immortality  (circa 1988) box 8 folder 2
      • Law Board of Visitors remarks  (1988 March 25) box 8 folder 2
      • Babcock Board of Visitors remarks  (1988 March 25) box 8 folder 2
      • Pro Humanitate remarks outline  (1988 March 26) box 8 folder 2
      • Benson University Center groundbreaking remarks  (1988 April 12) box 8 folder 2
      • College Football Association with College Football Association Sidelines issue  (1988 June-July) box 8 folder 2
      • Ethics in Business, Young President's Organization, Bermuda.  (1988 June) box 8 folder 2
      • Leadership: Transforming Organizations, Young President's Organization, manuscript and notes  (1988 June 23) box 8 folder 2
    •   (1988 July-December)
      • Birmingham Rotary Club box 8 folder 3 Scope and Contents

        August 3, 1988. Handwritten notes, with Rotary Gram attached with picture of Hearn.

      • Report and Prospect  (1983-1988) box 8 folder 3 Scope and Contents

        Report to the Board of Trustees on first five years of Hearn's administration.

      • Make No Small Plans: President's Club Remarks   (1988 September 10) box 8 folder 3
      • Marjorie Klein Memorial Service box 8 folder 3 Scope and Contents

        September 15, 1988. Opening Remarks and Order of Service.

      • Faculty and Staff Meeting box 8 folder 3 Scope and Contents

        September 19, 1988. Includes Memorandum to Faculty regarding Administrative Changes with handwritten notes, and Remarks for President Hearn to Faculty and Staff Meeting: Talking Points for Debate, with highlighting and handwritten notes.

      • Wake Forest's Commitment to Public Policy box 8 folder 3 Scope and Contents

        September 25, 1988. Opening Remarks - Presidential Debate.

      • Script for Paul Fulton Roast box 8 folder 3 Scope and Contents

        November 16, 1988. Printed manuscript with handwritten notes. Invitation attached.

    •   (1989 January-June)
      • Martin Luther King: The Meaning and Measure of His Legacy, North Carolina Department of Administration  (1989 January 15) box 8 folder 4
      • College Athletics and Ethics forum, Duke University  (1989 January-February) box 8 folder 4 Scope and Contents

        Memo to Dick Schultz, Dr. Thomas Hearn, Dick Rosenthal, John Feinstein, Mike Krzyzewski, Mike Doiminick, and Eugene McDonald - Moderator, regarding forum on February 6 at Page Auditorium, Duke University, with articles attached. Also included is a memo from Gene Hooks to TKH dated February 1, 1989.

      • Review of Forbidden Fruit: The Ethics of Humanism by Paul Kurtz  (circa 1989 February) box 8 folder 4 Scope and Contents

        Copy of review, with materials from Teaching Philosophy including review guidelines and request for review from editor dated February 22, 1989.

      • Stratford Rotary Club   (1989 March 23) box 8 folder 4 Scope and Contents

        Memorandum from Rick L. Weddle with information regarding economic development announcements during the last year.

      • Student Leadership Involvement Day, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools  (1989 April) box 8 folder 4
      • Women's Sports Banquet remarks and program  (1989 April 18) box 8 folder 4
      • Thursday Worship order of service  (1989 April 20) box 8 folder 4
      • F. W. Olin Foundation Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner  (1989 April 24) box 8 folder 4
      • Charlotte Rotary Club  (1989 June 13) box 8 folder 4
    •   (1989 July-December)
      • Capital Campaign Board report notes  (circa 1989) box 8 folder 5
      • Teaching Ethics  (circa 1989) box 8 folder 5
      • Second Generation Planning: Report to the Executive Council  (1989 August 21) box 8 folder 5
      • Students/NCAA  (1989 August 27) box 8 folder 5
      • President's Club Weekend  (1989 September 9) box 8 folder 5 Scope and Contents

        Breakfast program, handwritten notes, remarks draft outline, Breakfast handwritten notes dated September 9, 1989, and published copy of speech, Heritage and Promise: Address to the President's Club.

      • Parents' Council meeting agenda, handwritten notes  (1989 September 29-30) box 8 folder 5
      • Suggested outlines for upcoming Campaign presentations  (1989 October 9) box 8 folder 5 Scope and Contents

        Memorandum from Bob Mills with suggestions for three upcoming reports, including University Council and Student Leadership and handwritten notes.

      • Understanding Goodness, Being Good, Student Union Lecture Series  (1989 November 8) box 8 folder 5
      • Baptist State Convention of North Carolina remarks  (1989 November 14) box 8 folder 5
      • Presentation to the Yale University School of Organization and Management  (1989 November 30-December 1) box 8 folder 5 Scope and Contents

        Presentation outline and manuscript, correspondence from Michael E. Levine, and itinerary.

      • AAUP speech   (1989 December 4) box 8 folder 5
      • Two Decades After "University" Designation and Three Decades After "The Removal"  (circa 1989) box 8 folder 5
    •   (1990 January-June)
      • NCAA Debate Concluding Comments  (1990 January) box 8 folder 6
      • The Question of Freshman Eligibility, NCAA, Dallas, Texas  (1990 January-July) box 8 folder 6 Scope and Contents

        "Statement regarding Eligibility and Ineligibility for NCAA Competition" by Charles E. Young, Chancellor, UCLA, January 7, 1990, with fax cover sheet and article from The National Sports Daily by Hearn, Fans' passions may be too strong for colleges, with cartoon dated July 11, 1990.

      • Maxims About Leadership, LEAD  (1990 February 7) box 8 folder 6
      • President's Club Twentieth Reunion, Bay Hill, Florida  (1990 February 9-12) box 8 folder 6
      • Nutrition Center Site Visitors   (1990 February 26) box 8 folder 6
      • Reflections of a Human Has-been, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology  (1990 April 12) box 8 folder 6
      • Charge to the Graduates-Commencement, Forsyth Country Day School box 8 folder 6
      • "The Old Order Has Passed Away - Behold! All Things Have Become New" commencement speech  (1990 May 21) box 8 folder 6
    •   (1990 July-December)
      • Homestead Alumni Conference  (1990 July) box 8 folder 7
      • WFU Points for Charlotte Rotary Speech  (1989-1990) box 8 folder 7
      • Faculty Meeting with Introduction of Dr. David G. Brown  (1990 August 29) box 8 folder 7
      • NCAA Compliance - Student Athletes  (1990 August 29) box 8 folder 7
      • Reynolda Faculty Meeting   (1990 September 10) box 8 folder 7
      • New Faculty Orientation  (1990 September) box 8 folder 7
      • President's Club  (1990 September 8) box 8 folder 7 Scope and Contents

        Includes handwritten notes and Suggested Remarks for President's Club Breakfast

      • Remarks to Present Scholarships - James B. Hunt Young Citizen Awards  (1990 September 22) box 8 folder 7
      • Welcome - Benson University Center Dedication  (1990 September 29) box 8 folder 7
      • Parents' Weekend  (1990 October) box 8 folder 7
      • Campaign Executive Committee  (1990 October 4) box 8 folder 7
      • The Outlook for Reform: Partly Cloudy, Partly Sunny, NCAA Faculty Athletics Representatives Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri  (1990 October-November) box 8 folder 7 Scope and Contents

        With Vital Speeches of the Day, Vol. LVII, No. 2, November 1, 1990.

      • The Business of Busyness, Myers Park Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC  (1990 October 14) box 8 folder 7 Scope and Contents

        Leaves from a President's Notebook, Essay Number 20. Attached is order of worship and copy of Hearn's article, Fans' passions may be too strong for colleges from The National, July 11, 1990.

      • Jewish National Fund "Tree of Life" award acceptance speech  (1990 October 6) box 8 folder 7 Scope and Contents

        With introduction of TKH, press release, Leaves From A President's Notebook Essay Number 40, "Jewish National Fund Award Acceptance", award dinner agenda, Stouffer Winston Plaza, and program, and correspondence from Angela Barsky.

      • Leadership Lessons Kiwanis Club of Birmingham  (1990 December 11) box 8 folder 7
      • Commencement address, Florida State University, with program and press release  (1990 December 15) box 8 folder 7
    •   (1991 January-June)
      • Benediction, NCAA Convention, Nashville, Tennessee  (1991 January) box 8 folder 8
      • LEAD Program  (1991 February) box 8 folder 8
      • Report to Campaign Leadership  (1991 April 2) box 8 folder 8
      • Wake Forest Discovery Day remarks, noon ceremony  (1991 April 4) box 8 folder 8
      • Granville County Gold Star Banquet remarks with related correspondence  (1991 April 18) box 8 folder 8
      • Greensboro Kiwanis Club  (1991 April 25) box 8 folder 8
      • Gerald R. Ford Reception suggested remarks   (1991 May 30) box 8 folder 8 Scope and Contents

        With President Ford's schedule, dinner schedule, and guest list

      • The Reform Movement: Progress and Peril, National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, San Diego  (1991 June 10) box 8 folder 8
    •   (1991 July-December)
      • Alumni Council  (1991) box 8 folder 9
      • President's Club Weekend with invitation  (1991 September 14) box 8 folder 9
      • United Way kickoff and related memorandum  (1991 September 17-20) box 8 folder 9
      • James B. Hunt Young Citizens Awards Banquet, Benson University Center  (1991 September 28) box 8 folder 9 Scope and Contents

        Included are an awards program, remarks to present scholarships, Hunt Scholarship Banquet remarks, Coach Odom introduction by TKH, and a list of winners.

      • Leadership Alabama  (1991 October) box 8 folder 9
      • Greensboro Rotary Club  (1991 December 12) box 8 folder 9
      • NCAA Governmental Affairs Report handwritten notes and correspondence from Michael Scott (1991 December, 1992 February) box 8 folder 9
    •   (1992 January-August)
      • Reorientation Report Executive Council Meeting   (1992 March 17) box 8 folder 10
      • Board Report  (1992 April) box 8 folder 10
      • Federal and State Involvement in Intercollegiate Athletics, NACDA's Division I Forum  (1992 April 5) box 8 folder 10 Scope and Contents

        Reprinted in Athletics Administration, August 1992, with note.

      • Campus Day  (1992 April 27) box 8 folder 10
      • Quality of Life Day  (1992 April 29 ) box 8 folder 10 Scope and Contents

        With agenda and memorandum from Samuel T. Gladding, October 4, 1991, regarding quality of life measures.

      • Leadership Winston-Salem Closing Retreat outline and note  (1991-1992) box 8 folder 10
      • Gene Hooks statement  (1992 May 28) box 8 folder 10
      • Alabama Dental Alumni, Gulf Shores, AL  (1992 June ) box 8 folder 10
      • To Dream With One Eye Open, Calloway Alumni, Sea Island, GA  (1992 July) box 8 folder 10
      • Babcock Law Alumni Asheville, NC  (1992 July) box 8 folder 10
      • Alumni Summer Planning Conference handwritten notes and manuscript  (1992 July 16) box 8 folder 10
      • CASE Talk Athletics  (1992 August) box 8 folder 10
      • Deacon Club  (1992 August 28) box 8 folder 10
    •   (1992 September)
      • Leaves From a President's Notebook, Shenandoah University Convocation  (1992 September 2) box 8 folder 11 Scope and Contents

        Program, printed copies of "Imitations of Immortality, The Business of Busyness, and Gratitude," university brochure, and correspondence with James A. Davis and Gregory Sorrell.

      • President's Club Weekend handwritten notes and manuscripts  (1992 September 5) box 8 folder 11
      • College Board of Visitors presentation document and handwritten notes  (1992 September 12) box 8 folder 11
      • Presentation to Campaign Executive Committee notes  (1992 September 21) box 8 folder 11
    •   (1992 October-December)
      • "History of the University of Chicago" by William Rainey Harper excerpt and handwritten note from Ralph Wood  (1992, undated) box 8 folder 12
      • Faculty Members and Administrators speech manuscript, handwritten notes, and Sandra Boyette memorandum regarding follow up groups  (1992 October 13) box 8 folder 12
      • Executive Planning Meeting, Graylyn  (1992 November 17 ) box 8 folder 12
    •   (1993)
      • Statement to House of Representatives Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness  (1993) box 8 folder 13
      • Leadership Connections and related materials  (1990-1993) box 8 folder 13 Scope and Contents

        With schedule, notes from Leadership W/S Closing Retreat in May 1991 and 1992, Quality of Life Measures memo from Sam Gladding, October 1991, and background information and suggestions for Charlotte Rotary Speech from Rick Weddle, prepared 1989-1990.

      • College Board of Visitors  (1993 Spring) box 8 folder 13
      • Triad Leadership Network recognition dinner  (1993 May 26) box 8 folder 13
      • Athletic Fundraisers, Orlando, FL  (1993 July) box 8 folder 13
      • Handwritten notes  (circa 1993) box 8 folder 13
      • Board report  (1993 April) box 8 folder 13 Scope and Contents

        With Sandra Boyette memorandum regarding remarks at University Council about The Critic, and Draft from Boyette of those remarks.

      • In the 1960's There Was No Free Love  (1993 July) box 8 folder 15
      • New Faculty Orientation  (1993 September 8) box 8 folder 13
      • Forum  (1993 September 10) box 8 folder 13
      • Calloway Board of Visitors  (1993 September 10) box 8 folder 13
      • Parents' Council  (1993 September 17) box 8 folder 13
      • Talk to Parents  (1993 September 18) box 8 folder 13
      • President's Leadership Conference  (1993 September 24) box 8 folder 13
      • Leaves From A President's Notebook Essay Number 65: Tenth Anniversary Dinner  (1993 September) box 8 folder 13
      • Provosts Faculty Planning Retreat   (1993 October 2) box 8 folder 13
      • Stratford Rotary Club  (1993 October 7) box 8 folder 13
      • President's Club  (1993 October) box 8 folder 13
      • Junior League  (1993 November 15) box 8 folder 13
      • February Congressional Testimony  (1993) box 8 folder 14
      • In the 1960s There Was No "Free Love," In the 1990s "There Is No Safe Sex," New Jersey Summer Institute for Health in Education, Rutgers University  (1993) box 8 folder 13 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript of speech, July 29, 1993, and speech reprint in Journal of American College Health, Volume 42, Number 6, May 1994, and correspondence from Richard P. Keeling, November 12, 1993.

    •   (1994 January-July)
      • Freshman English  (1994 March 15) box 8 folder 16 Scope and Contents

        Russell Brantly, attached to manuscript of Understanding Goodness, Being Good, Student Lecture Series, November 8, 1989.

      • Leadership Alabama, Montgomery, manuscript with handwritten notes  (1994 April) box 8 folder 16
      • Planning Session, Graylyn  (1994 spring) box 8 folder 16
      • Campus Day  (1994 April) box 8 folder 16
      • The Circles of Character commencement address, Woodberry Forest School  (1994 June 3) box 8 folder 16 Scope and Contents

        With "Circles of Character Determine Destiny," excerpts of the address reprinted Summer 1994.

      • The Challenge of Pervasive Change: From the Perspective of the Academy, Ernst and Young Symposium, Colorado Springs  (1994 May 31) box 8 folder 16 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript, attached to "The Challenge of Pervasive Change: Business Education in the Year 2000," a condensed version of Hearn's address.

      • G. W. Joyner recognition speech, Sea Island Alumni Council Conference  (1994 July) box 8 folder 16 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript, handwritten notes, and correspondence between Bill Joyner and Fred Barakat.

    •   (1994 August-December)
      • Comments at Chairs Workshop  (1994 May-August) box 8 folder 17 Scope and Contents

        With memorandum from Susan Borwick regarding Chairs Workshop notes.

      • Memorial service, Walt Chyzowych  (1994 September 13) box 8 folder 17
      • Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner honoring Victor I. Flow, Jr., Old Hickory Council, Boy Scouts of America  (1994 September 15) box 8 folder 17
      • The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Contracts with Equipment Companies, Sixth Annual National Conference, Legal Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, DePaul University  (1994 October 4) box 8 folder 17 Scope and Contents

        With manuscripts, correspondence from James T. Gray dated January 31, 1995, and a speech reprint in For the Record: The Official Newsletter of the National Sports Law Institute, December 1994/January 1995, which contains a reprint of Hearn's address.

      • Birmingham Rotary Club  (1994 November 2) box 8 folder 17
      • Reflections on William Louis Poteat's Youth and Culture after Nine Decades  (1994 September 10) box 8 folder 17
      • Eldred E. Prince Building Dedication remarks, Coastal Carolina University, manuscript and handwritten notes  (1994 November 10) box 8 folder 17 Scope and Contents

        With dedication program and and copy of "Alligator Holes Down Along About Old Dock" by Archie Ammons.

      • Greensboro Rotary Club  (1994 November 16) box 8 folder 17
    •   (1995 January-June)
      • "Drink Think" conference handwritten notes  (1995) box 8 folder 18 Scope and Contents

        With WFU Core Drug and Alcohol Survey Executive Summary.

      • Winston-Salem Rotary  (1995 January 24) box 8 folder 18 Scope and Contents

        With handwritten notes and Winston-Salem Rotary Roundup from January 17, 1995 with notice of Hearn's speech and January 24, 1995, with Hearn's remarks condensed in Downtown Rotary in Review. Also included: handwritten note from John G. Medlin attached to introduction of TKH and a manuscript of Downtown Rotary in Review article.

      • Leadership North Carolina  (1995 January) box 8 folder 18
      • Campaign Convocation remarks  (1995 April 18) box 8 folder 18 Scope and Contents

        With TKH welcome, Arnold Palmer introduction, and presentation of Pro Humanitate Awards remarks: Wayne Calloway, John Medlin and Arnold Palmer.

      • Plan for the Class of 2000 press conference  (1995 April 19) box 8 folder 18 Scope and Contents

        With statement from Hearn, anticipated questions and suggested answers, press release, and photocopy of an article by Pam Kelley.

    •   (1995 July-December)
      • NAIOP  (1995 August-October) box 8 folder 19 Scope and Contents

        With August 24, 1995, letter from Chester H. Brown, Jr., regarding using same presentation given to Greensboro Development Corporation in December 1994; note from TKH that presentation was used; and notes on letter from Sandra Boyette and Bill Joyner.

      • Opening Convocation with Marcellus E. Waddill Excellence in Teaching Awards and introduction of speaker Julius Chambers  (1995 September 14) box 8 folder 19
      • Wake Forest: The 'Removal' and the Revolution, President's Weekend  (1995 September 16) box 8 folder 19
      • Parents' Weekend  (1995) box 8 folder 19
      • His Wit and Wisdom: Frederick W. Conner, 1909-1995, A Remembrance, Gainesville, Florida, with program  (1995 November 6) box 8 folder 19
      • Georgia Newcomen Dinner, Atlanta, greetings and related materials  (1995 November 9) box 8 folder 19 Scope and Contents

        With greetings for dinner honoring Montag and Caldwell 50th Anniversary, manuscript, program, manuscript, and correspondence with C. Daniel Hayes, Jr., Solon P. Patterson, and Louis R. Morrell.

      • Congressional testimony, Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer Protection and Competitiveness  (1993 February 17) box 8 folder 19 Scope and Contents

        With a travel itinerary, invitation to appear from Committee chair, Representative Cardiss Collins, statement script, research on gender equity, and copies of articles regarding Hearn's appearance.

      • Interdisciplinary Symposium on Presidential Disability and the 25th Amendment introductory remarks  (1995 November 10) box 8 folder 19
    •   (1996 January-June)
      • Founders' Day Convocation  (1996 February 15) box 8 folder 20 Scope and Contents

        With welcome, introduction of speaker Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., presentation of the Medallion of Merit to Lula M. Leake and Mark H. Reece, and convocation program .

      • PREPAR Speak-Out remarks  (1996 February 27) box 8 folder 20 Scope and Contents

        Thank you note from Jennifer Drennan and Janet Cavett attached.

      • Tradition and Change in Quest of Excellence manuscript and materials regarding publication in Oblinger and Rush's The Learning Revolution   (1996 March) box 8 folder 21
      • A Tribute to Dr. James Ralph Scales  (1996 March 18) box 8 folder 20 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript and Edwin G. Wilson's published copy of his eulogy of Scales.

      • Reunion weekend, Old Wake Forest, N.C.  (1996 March 29-31) box 8 folder 20 Scope and Contents

        With correspondence with Thomas Jackson, Kay D. Lord, and Meda T. Barnes, The Heritage of Wake Forest program, and Wake Forest Baptist Church worship program with Hearn's handwritten notes.

      • Campus Day  (1996 April 13) box 8 folder 20
      • Greensboro Rotary  (1996 April 24) box 8 folder 20
      • Distinguished Citizen Dinner  (1996 May 14) box 8 folder 20 Scope and Contents

        May 14, 1996. Remarks by Hearn for dinner honoring Hearn as distinguised citizen by Old Hickory Council of Boy Scouts of America. Dinner Program included.

      • Introduction for Bill J. Leonard, Dean of the Divinity School  (1996 May 21) box 8 folder 20
      • Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Transportation Forum  (1996 June 4) box 8 folder 20 Scope and Contents

        June 4, 1996. Handwritten notes for luncheon address, with correspondence with Brent McKinney attached. Also included: correspondence from Robert S. Northington, Jr., draft agenda for forum,and Transportation Forum Issues Summary.

    •   (1996 July-December)
      • Memorial services, Julie Hansen and Maia Witzl  (1996 September) box 8 folder 22 Scope and Contents

        With correspondence, press releases, admissions applications, remarks by Hearn and other materials regarding the deaths of Hansen and Witzl.

      • Leadership Winston-Salem  (1991-1996) box 8 folder 22 Scope and Contents

        Handwritten notes with notations for May 3, 1991, May 1, 1992, and May 12, 1993, attached to program for Orientation Dinner for Leadership Winston-Salem, August 22, 1996, as well as notes for Leadership Winston-Salem Opening Breakfast and a letter dated July 7, 1996 from Annette Scippio.

      • University Faculty meeting  (1996 August 27) box 8 folder 22 Scope and Contents

        Also attached are Hearn's remarks for President's Weekend, with note: "These remarks, originally delivered at a meeting of the University faculty on August 27, 1996, were to be the basis of the President's Club breakfast talk."

      • President's Weekend  (1996 September 6-7) box 8 folder 22
      • Law Orientation  (1996 Fall) box 8 folder 22
      • Founders' Circle Induction, President's Weekend  (1996 September 5) box 8 folder 22
      • Board of Visitors of Wake Forest College and The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences  (1996 September 27) box 8 folder 22
      • State of the University speech to students  (1996 September 30) box 8 folder 22
      • President's Leadership Conference  (1996 October 11-13) box 8 folder 22
    •   (1997 January-August)
      • IBM Conference speech  (1997 spring) box 8 folder 23 Scope and Contents

        Attached to copy of Multiversity, The IBM Magazine for Colleges and Universities, Spring 1997, with letter by Hearn and article by David G. Brown.

      • Broyhill Lecture welcome and speaker introduction  (1997 March 5) box 8 folder 23 Scope and Contents

        With Winston Salem Journal article, March 6, 1997, "Cisco CEO says that ignoring Internet is sure route to failure," and biographical information for John T. Chambers.

      • Charlotte MBA Evening  (1997 March 10) box 8 folder 23
      • ACC Commissioner's selection press conference  (1997 April 28) box 8 folder 23
      • Atlanta Alumni  (1997 April) box 8 folder 23
      • Introductory remarks for Boyette announcement  (1997 May 8) box 8 folder 23
      • Janeway Dinner  (1997 May 12) box 8 folder 23
      • Janeway retirement remarks  (circa 1997) box 8 folder 23
      • Law School orientation  (1997 August 18) box 8 folder 23
      • Between Hope and Memory commencement address  (1997 May 19) box 8 folder 23
    •   (1997 September )
      • Address to Faculty  (1997 October 1) box 8 folder 24 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript, handwritten speech and notes, James Estrin, "Why College Isn't for Everyone," and agenda for fall Faculty meeting.

      • President's Weekend handwritten notes, script, and pamphlet  (1997 September 6) box 8 folder 24
      • Faculty speech script and draft  (1997 September 22) box 8 folder 24
    •   (1997 October-December)
      • NC Citizens for Business and Industry  (1997 October 7) box 8 folder 25
      • Opening Convocation of the Divinity School  (1997 October 12) box 8 folder 25
      • College Board of Visitors  (1997 October 17) box 8 folder 25
      • Parents/Family Weekend Gathering talking points for speech  (circa 1997 fall) box 8 folder 25
      • Rotary Club program  (1997 October 15) box 8 folder 25
      • Planning outline  (1997 November) box 8 folder 25
      • First Year Seminars Dinner  (1997 November) box 8 folder 25
      • Fall Convocation  (1997 November 19) box 8 folder 25
      • Alexander Philip Gedicks memorial service prayer and Grace O'Neal tree service  (1997 November 16, 1997 December 2) box 8 folder 25
      • ICCEL press conference  (1997 November 21) box 8 folder 25
      • Dallas luncheon  (1997 December) box 8 folder 25
    •   (1998 January-June)
      • WSS breakfast  (1998) box 8 folder 26
      • Richard Dean introduction to School of Medicine faculty  (1998 January 19) box 8 folder 26
      • MLK Celebration  (1998 January-February) box 8 folder 26
      • Memorial service, Gregory Hosler Wilson  (1998 January 20) box 8 folder 26
      • Joint Alumni Council  (1998 January 23-24) box 8 folder 26
      • Reidsville Rotary Club  (1998 February 2) box 8 folder 26
      • Introduction of Arnold Palmer at Broyhill Lecture  (1998 March 2) box 8 folder 26
      • The Ride of Your Life commencement address, Westminster Schools, Atlanta  (1999 May 22) box 8 folder 26 Scope and Contents

        With Program, Baccalaureate and Commencement speech booklet, correspondence with William Clarkson, travel expenses, and manuscript.

      • Willis Smith and Willis Smith, Jr., Ethics in the Profession Forum, North Carolina Bar Association  (1998 June 21) box 8 folder 26 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript, notes from RB, and program from NC Bar Association annual meeting.

      • Dedication for Janeway luncheon remarks  (1998 June 25) box 8 folder 26
    •   (1998 July-December)
      • Babcock Alumni Conference, Asheville, NC  (1998 July) box 8 folder 27
      • Celebration of the Life of Dr. Thad L. Jones  (1998 August 21) box 8 folder 27
      • President's Weekend  (1998 September 11-12) box 8 folder 27
      • Faculty Meeting  (1998 September 28) box 8 folder 27
      • State of the University address  (1998 September 29) box 8 folder 27 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript, handwritten notes, and memorandums to the faculties from Richard H. Dean and Edwin G. Wilson.

      • A Lesson in Gratitude: Tribute to Wayne Calloway manuscripts and programs  (1998 October 1) box 8 folder 27
      • Visions and Dreams Fall Convocation, University of North Alabama  (1998 October 7) box 8 folder 27
      • Opening Convocation of the Divinity School  (1999 October 12) box 8 folder 27
      • Social Regulations and the Rule of Law, American College of Trial Lawyers Rome Conference  (1998 November) box 8 folder 28 (With two typed manuscripts of address and correspondence with E. Osborne Ayscue, Jr., Esq., Don Cowan, Robert A. Young, Ralph M. Stockton, Jr., J. Robert Elster, T. Maxfield Bahner, Payton Smith, Edward Brodsky, and Lord Irvine of Lairg.)
      • Richard Darman introduction  (1998 November 11) box 8 folder 27 Scope and Contents

        Manuscript with corrections attached to correspondence with Darman regarding his visit, a memorandom from Melissa Combes, and schedule.

      • Selby Wellman introduction, Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting  (1998 November 24) box 8 folder 27
      • A Christmas Reflection, Rotary Club of Winston-Salem  (1998 December 15) box 8 folder 27
    •   (1999)
      • Alumni Council remarks and notes  (1999 February 19) box 8 folder 29
      • Remarks to the media on formation of WFU's Office of Health Policy Development  (1999) box 8 folder 29
      • Freshman Seminar  (1999 March 18) box 8 folder 29 Scope and Contents

        Included are handwritten notes, memo from Paul Ribisl, and Binge Drinking Assessment.

      • Campus Day  (1997-1999) box 8 folder 29
      • This World and the Next commencement address  (1999 May 17) box 8 folder 29
      • New Faculty reception  (1998-1999) box 8 folder 29
      • Dr. Wilhelm Fleischhacker honorary degree hooding ceremony remarks  (1999 September 16) box 8 folder 29
      • Remarks for Stewardship Luncheon  (1999 September 24) box 8 folder 29
      • President's Weekend Breakfast  (1999 September 25) box 8 folder 29
      • State of the University address  (1999 September 28) box 8 folder 29 Scope and Contents

        With press release and invitation to attend.

      • Faculty Meeting remarks outline (undated) box 8 folder 29
      • Remarks outline for alumni, possibly (undated) box 8 folder 29
      • Board of Visitors of College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences  (1999 November 4) box 8 folder 29
    •   (2000 January-June)
      • Handwritten notes (undated) box 8 folder 30
      • College Faculty remarks and press release  (2000 January 14) box 8 folder 30
      • Class presentations notes  (1997-2000) box 8 folder 30 Scope and Contents

        Notes for lecture presented to Flynn's MBA class, Robin's Business Ethics Class, Organ/Mishra MBA Class. Dated Sept. 2, 1997, Sept 15, 1997, Sept. 27, 1998, April 29, 1999, and January 25, 2000.

      • Character and Culture, Institute on College Student Values, Florida State University  (2000 February 5) box 8 folder 30
      • Social Regulation and the Rule of Law (circa 1998-2000) box 8 folder 30
      • Board Retreat and Graylyn Executive Council Planning  (2000 January-February) box 8 folder 30 Scope and Contents

        With handwritten notes reading "Alumni Council, Law Alumni Council, Young Alumni February 18, 2000." Also used at Alumni Planning Session, Trustee Retreat Outline, Sea Island, Georgia.

      • Board of Visitors of College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences  (2000 March 23-24) box 8 folder 30
      • Graduate Faculty meeting talking points  (2000 April 24) box 8 folder 30
      • Medical School technology conference  (2000 June 17) box 8 folder 30
      • Leon H. Corbett luncheon  (2000 June 28) box 8 folder 30
    •   (2000 July-September)
      • Welcome and introduction, Stewardship luncheon  (2000 September 8) box 8 folder 31
      • NCAA Certification of Compliance and Coaches Orientation  (1999-2001) box 8 folder 31
      • Poteat Scholarship Dinner remarks  (2000 September 14) box 8 folder 31
      • TKH profile, The Business Journal   (2000 September 15) box 8 folder 31
      • State of the University address  (2000 September 18) box 8 folder 31 Scope and Contents

        Includes invitation to faculty, handwritten notes, manuscript, draft with corrections, and transcript from event recording.

      • Remembering Sunday: Leaves From A President's Notebook Essay Number 48, Parents' Council  (2000 September 28) box 8 folder 31
      • Remarks for Fetch-Life: A Reading by Russell Brantley, President's House  (2000 September 28) box 8 folder 31
    •   (2000 October-December)
      • Greene Hall Dedication   (2000) box 8 folder 32
      • Welcoming remarks, Presidential Debate  (2000 October 11) box 8 folder 32
      • A Tribute to C. Douglas Maynard, M.D.  (2000 October 21) box 8 folder 32
      • Calloway School of Business and Accountancy Board of Visitors and Campaign Executive Committee  (2000 November 2) box 8 folder 32
      • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation gift press conference script  (2000 November 3) box 8 folder 32 Scope and Contents

        Speakers include Kevin Cox, Jock Tate, Melanie McMillan, and Hearn. Includes copy of Third Amendment to the Contract between Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and WFU.

      • Law Board of Visitors and Alumni Council meeting  (2000 November 10) box 8 folder 32 Scope and Contents

        Includes Bryan Link memorandum with meeting agenda, and handwritten notes titled Babcock Alumni Conference, Fall 2000, Homestead - July, 2000 - that say "not delivered."

      • Leaves From A President's Notebook, Essay Number 43: Memoir of Judge Branch  (2000 November 10) box 8 folder 32 Scope and Contents

        With draft, Julius Corpening memorandum, agenda for portrait unveiling, and lunch attendees list.

      • Lecture for Men of Distinction: Wake Forest Academy for Future Leaders  (2000 November 10) box 8 folder 32
      • Integrated Marketing Committee charge (undated) box 8 folder 32
      • Wake Forest Days, Pittsburgh, PA  (2000 December 12) box 8 folder 32
    •   (2001 January-June)
      • Handwritten notes (undated) box 8 folder 33
      • Reflections on Adulthood and Freedom: Mid-Year New Student Orientation  (2001 January 14) box 8 folder 33
      • Victor I. Flow, Jr., Medallion of Merit presentation, Founders' Day Convocation  (2001 February 8) box 8 folder 33
      • Broyhill Executive Lecture Series program, Lady Margaret Thatcher  (2001 February 16) box 8 folder 33
      • Wake Forest Forum  (2001 February 16-17) box 8 folder 33
      • March Madness  (2001 March) box 8 folder 33
      • Moral Outlook in the Poetry of Robert Frost  (2001 March 1) box 8 folder 33
      • Moral Philosophy with Jim Rachels  (2001 March 22) box 8 folder 33
      • Campaign Kickoff Remarks  (2001 April 28) box 8 folder 33
      • A. R. (Archie) Ammons memorial service  (2001 April 19) box 8 folder 33
      • Barbara Bush commencement introduction  (2001 May) box 8 folder 33
      • Lessons in Loving: In Memoriam Louise Patton Hearn commencement address  (2001 May 21) box 8 folder 33
    •   (2001 July-September)
      • Alumni Council remarks  (2001 July 13) box 8 folder 34
      • Value Creation and the University, Conference of Babcock Board of Visitors, Babcock Alumni Council and Board of Trustees  (2001 July 26) box 8 folder 34
      • Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery Dedication remarks  (2001 September 7) box 8 folder 34
      • President's Breakfast remarks to University Gift Clubs members  (2001 September 8) box 8 folder 34
      • Memorial service  (2001 September 11) box 8 folder 34 Scope and Contents

        Two copies of typed manuscript and copy of online version.

      • Mary Pipines Easley Opening Convocation introduction  (2001 September 13) box 8 folder 34
      • President's Leadership Retreat remarks to students  (2001 September 16) box 8 folder 34
      • Parents' Council members  (2001 September 21) box 8 folder 34
    •   (2001 October-December)
      • Medical School Fall Faculty meeting  (2001 October 3) box 8 folder 35
      • F. M. Kirby Addition Groundbreaking Ceremony, Calloway School of Business and Accountancy  (2001 October 4) box 8 folder 35
      • Faculty Forum, Winston-Salem State University Installation Ceremony, Chancellor Harold L. Martin  (2001 October 18) box 8 folder 35
      • William G. Starling Hall Dedication remarks  (2001 October 25) box 8 folder 35
      • Celebration of Service remarks to Homecoming attendees  (2001 October 26) box 8 folder 35
      • Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of Reynolda Campus Groundbreaking  (2001 October 29) box 8 folder 35
      • A Modest Proposal: Indiana Humanities Council 2001 Leadership Summit President's Panel  (2001 November 1) box 8 folder 35
      • Germaine Bree memorial service  (2001 November 6) box 8 folder 35
      • Leadership Winston-Salem Economic Development  (1999-2001) box 8 folder 35
      • Campaign events, Atlanta  (circa 2001 November) box 8 folder 35
      • Babcock Incubator Announcement Press Conference  (2001 November 13) box 8 folder 35
      • A Christmas Reflection  (2001 December) box 8 folder 35
      • Christmas Joy...and Sorrow: Remarks to Reynolda Hall Christmas Celebration  (2001 December 19) box 8 folder 35
      • After the Carnage speech  (circa 2001) box 31 folder 7
    •   (2002 January-June)
      • Provost Search Committee remarks  (circa 2002) box 9 folder 1
      • Parents' Council  (2002 February 15) box 9 folder 1
      • Forum at WFU event schedule  (2002 February 21-23) box 9 folder 1
      • Economic Environment Day, Leadership Winston-Salem  (2002 March) box 9 folder 1
      • The Culture of Sport and the Future of Intercollegiate Athletics, National Conference of the Association of Governing Boards, Boston, Massachusetts  (2002 April 22) box 9 folder 1 Scope and Contents

        With manuscript and cover letter dated May 8, 2002 from Maureen Devlin, the Knight Foundation.

      • Perils of Big-Time Sports, Association of Governing Boards in Boston  (2002 May 26) box 9 folder 1 Scope and Contents

        With recommendations of the Knight Foundation and "Eight rules for getting most out of a college education" by William D. Coplin, Knight Rider Tribune.

      • Critical Success Factors, Graylyn  (2002 April 26) box 9 folder 1
      • Let's Roll commencement address  (2002 May 20) box 9 folder 1
    •   (2002 July-September)
      • Introduction, Trustee session on Student Life  (2002 July 13) box 9 folder 2
      • Remarks honoring Leon H. Corbett, Jr., Joint Meeting of the Alumni Council and Board of Trustees  (2002 July 13) box 9 folder 2
      • Richard H. Dean introduction  (2002 August 13) box 9 folder 2
      • Advancement Staff remarks suggestions  (2002 August 19) box 9 folder 2
      • Douglas and Elizabeth Manchester Athletic Center dedication ceremony  (2002 August 27) box 9 folder 2
      • Pro Humanitate award presentation and announcement of L. Glenn Orr, Jr. Chair in Banking  (2002 September 6) box 9 folder 2
      • Magnolia Gala, President's Weekend  (2002 September 6) box 9 folder 2
      • President's Weekend Stewardship Luncheon  (2002 September 7) box 9 folder 2
      • Day of Remembrance  (2002 September 11) box 9 folder 2
      • Winston-Salem Next Generation Leadership  (2002 September 17) box 9 folder 2 Scope and Contents

        Includes program schedule, handwritten notes, and reception guest list, President's Home.

      • Faculty address, "Religious Heritage and Academic Culture at Wake Forest," Lilly Endowment, Inc. Programs for the Theological Exploration of Vocation  (2002 September 24) box 9 folder 2
      • Schools and American Cultural Conflict, Southern Association of Independent Schools, Atlanta  (2002 October 8) box 9 folder 2
      • Alumni Dedication remarks  (2002 October 10) box 9 folder 2
      • Opening Convocation  (2002 October 10) box 9 folder 2
      • Centennial Gala, WFU School of Medicine  (2002 October 10) box 9 folder 2
      • School of Medicine Alumni Plaza dedication  (2002 October 11) box 9 folder 2
      • Young Student Walk dedication remarks, campus quadrangle  (2002 October 11) box 9 folder 2
      • School of Medicine Centennial Celebration  (2002 October 11) box 9 folder 2
      • Service of Remembrance remarks  (2002 October 12) box 9 folder 2
      • Truman Foundation Honor Institution Award Trustee Dinner  (2002 October 17) box 9 folder 2
      • Parents' Council talking points  (2002 October 25) box 9 folder 2
      • Board of Visitors  (2002 November 8) box 9 folder 2
      • James Walter Mason tribute  (2002 December 4) box 9 folder 2
      • North Carolina Society of New York  (2002 December 5) box 9 folder 2
    •   (2002 October-December) box 9 folder 3
    •   (2003 January-June)
      • State of the University address, Wake Forest Society inaugural meeting  (2003 February 27) box 9 folder 4
      • Alumni remarks  (2003 February 28) box 9 folder 4
      • ACC conference call  (2003 April 7) box 9 folder 4
      • Campaign talk, Atlanta  (circa 2003 April 9) box 9 folder 4
      • High Point Rotary Club speech with letter from A. Doyle Early, Jr., and "Wake's Hearn tackles tough issues" by Tom Berry, High Point Enterprise   (2003 April 24) box 9 folder 4
      • Ron Wellman press conference  (2003 May 6) box 9 folder 4
      • Plus Ca Change commencement speech  (2003 May 19) box 9 folder 4
    •   (2003 July-August)
      • Alumni Council, Calloway Board of Visitors, Sea Island, Georgia  (2003 July 12) box 9 folder 5
      • Legal Ethics and Corporate Governance Post-Enron: conference closing remarks, Law Leadership Council, Board of Trustees Summer Leadership Conference  (2003 July 31-August 3) box 9 folder 5 Scope and Contents

        Includes typed manuscript, handwritten notes, and reprint with memo from Robert K. Walsh, August 7, 2003.

      • ACC Expansion  (2003 July-September) box 9 folder 5 Scope and ContentsWith Hearn's interview with Windows on Wake Forest, memo to Board of Trustees, correspondence with Leo M. Lambert,  News-Record article by Rob Daniels, "Panel Members at Elon discuss athletics forum", September 5, 2003, copy of title render="italic">Herald-Sun
      • Athletic Compliance  (2003 August 27) box 9 folder 5
    •   (2003 September-December)
      • Untitled, undated handwritten notes (2)  (circa 2003) box 9 folder 6
      • Magnolia Gala, President's Weekend  (2003 September 5) box 9 folder 6
      • Stewardship Brunch, President's Weekend  (2003 September 6) box 9 folder 6
      • Introduction, George Graham for the A.C. Reid Professorship Inaugural Lecture  (2003 September 19) box 9 folder 6
      • Leadership and Teaching in the American University: Smith Richardson Foundation Forum  (2003 September 23) box 9 folder 6
      • Chapter 6, Leadership and Teaching in the American University  (2004 November 4) box 9 folder 6
      • Service of Remembrance welcome  (2003 October 11) box 9 folder 6
      • Louisville Medical Center visit  (2003 October-December) box 9 folder 6 Scope and Contents

        Includes handwritten notes, letter from Jerry E. Abramson, December 5, 2003, and fax from Donna Gant to Drs. Hearn, Dean and deBethizy, Representative Richard Burr, Spencer Lemons, Brad Walters with attached revised agenda and confirmed attendees for Louisville Medical Center visit.

      • Parents' Council Fall Meeting, Family Weekend  (2003 October 31) box 9 folder 6
    • 2004
      • "WFU President Resumes Responsibilities, Announces Plans for Retirement in 2005"  (2004 April 19) box 9 folder 7 Scope and Contents

        With press release, proposed e-mail from Hearn, possible questions posed by media, and remarks by Murray Greason, Board of Trustees chair.

      • Fulton speech, United Way  (2004 April 22) box 9 folder 7
      • Lessons in Happiness: Charge to the Graduates, Commencement, with copy of Colin L. Powell's address  (2004 May 17) box 9 folder 7
      • Law Orientation  (2004 August) box 9 folder 7
      • New Faculty Orientation (2002-2004 August) box 9 folder 7
      • Lessons in Faith, Divinity School Convocation  (2004 August 31) box 9 folder 7
      • Portrait unveiling of Leon L. Corbett, Jr.  (2004 October 14) box 9 folder 7
      • Parents' Council talking points  (2004 October 29) box 9 folder 7
      • State of the University address (2004 November 9) box 9 folder 7
    •   (2005)
      • Eulogy, Russell H. Brantley, Jr.  (2005 February 16) box 9 folder 8
      • CASE District III Chief Executive Leadership Award  (2005 February 22) box 9 folder 8
      • Resolution for Barbara Babcock Millhouse, Reynolda House Celebration Dinner  (2005 April 12) box 9 folder 8
      • Imitations of Immortality, University Worship  (2005 April 14) box 9 folder 8
      • Retirement Dinner, Graylyn  (2005 April 15) box 9 folder 8
      • Welcome for Celebration of the Life of Terisio Pignatti  (2005 April 18) box 9 folder 8
      • United Way of Forsyth County for Zbigniew Brzaezinski  (2005 April 21) box 9 folder 8
      • Campus Days  (2001-2005) box 9 folder 8
      • My Legacy of Grace: Closing Remarks for Tribute Dinner Benefiting the WFU Brain Tumor Center of Excellence  (2005 May 3) box 9 folder 8
      • National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Winston-Salem Dinner of Champions, manuscript and handwritten notes  (2005 May-June) box 9 folder 8 Scope and Contents

        With May 27, 2005, letter from Elizabeth Green.

      • T.K. Says "Goodbye" commencement speech  (2005 May 16) box 9 folder 8
    •   (2006)
      • Tribute to Vice President John P. Anderson, Board of Trustees Dinner  (2006 March 30) box 9 folder 9
      • Grand Opening of Biotechnology Research Facility 1, Piedmont Triad Research Park  (2006 May 16) box 9 folder 9
      • Introduction, Dr. Myles Brand at Leadership North Carolina Annual Meeting  (2006 May 19) box 9 folder 9
      • Thomas K. Hearn Jr. Plaza dedication  (2006 October 12) box 9 folder 9
    •   (2007)
      • Center for Creative Leadership Retirement Dinner for John Alexander  (2007 March 6) box 9 folder 10
      • Dinner honoring Marvin Gentry  (2007 June 14) box 9 folder 10
      • Medical Alumni Association, WFU School of Medicine, Dean's Leadership Circle Dinner Distinguished Service Award  (2007 October 18) box 9 folder 10
    •   (2008 )
      • In Gratitude - Brain Tumor Center of Excellence Dinner Welcome  (2008 May 7) box 9 folder 11
    • Memorial service materials  (1995-1997)
      • Matt Alexander (1996 September 12) box 9 folder 12 Scope and Contents

        Introductory remarks for service, remarks from Jennifer Beck and Susan Taylor about Matt Alexander, comments from Cadet John Lucas at Matt Alexander's memorial service, booklet by James J. Alexander, My Son, HIS SON, with attached note from SA dated 5/9/97, admissions application for Matt Alexander to WFU, and program for Matthew Alexander Memorial Race, April 25, 1997.

      • Graham Gould  (circa 1996) box 9 folder 12 Scope and Contents

        Notes to Hearn from SA, admissions application

      • Letter to parents of deceased students (1997 June 5) box 9 folder 12 Scope and Contents

        Letter sent to Rev. and Mrs. James Alexander, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph M. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hansen, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witzl.

      • "Wake Forest Book of Days" memorandum from Brad Stewart box 9 folder 12
      • Commencement speech handwritten notes  (1997) box 9 folder 12
      • A Service of Remembrance and Hope program, in memory of Matthew Alexander, Graham Gould, Julie Hansen, and Maia Witzl  (1997 September 4) box 9 folder 12
      • Memorial services speeches (undated) box 9 folder 13
    • (Speeches by Others)
      • Edwin G. Wilson, "The Heritage of Wake Forest," The Wake Weekly, Wake Forest, NC  (1996 March 30) box 9 folder 15 Scope and Contents

        Given in Binkley Chapel as part of the reunion of Wake Forest College on the old campus.

      • Our Eyes Shall See the Beauty, Introduction for Wake Forest: A Portrait by Dr. Edwin G. Wilson (undated) box 9 folder 15
      • Tex and Waco as told to G. William Joyner, Jr. by D. Wayne Calloway (undated) box 9 folder 15
      • Selected Poems by Robert Frost (undated) box 9 folder 16
    • Commencement Speeches  (1984-2004) box 9 folder 20
    • Freshman Orientation Convocation  (1984-1989) box 9 folder 17
    • Freshman Orientation Convocation  (1990-1998) box 9 folder 18
    • Freshman Orientation Convocation (2000-2002, 2004 ) box 9 folder 19
    • Speeches and speech fragments (circa 1984-1990) box 31 folder 9
    • On This Day of Endings and Beginnings: Charges to the Graduates of Wake Forest University, 1984-2004 (circa 2004) box 9 folder 21
  • Subject files  (1903-2008)
    • A.C. Reid  (1983-1990) box 9 folder 22 (This folder contains correspondence, the preface to The A.C. Reid Legacy written by Hearn and other materials regarding publication of the book. Correspondents include James H. Blackmore, George W. Paschal, G. William Joyner, Chevis F. Horne, Dale O. Steele, G. McLeod Bryan, James Alfred Martin, Julius Corpening, R. Hal Smith.)
    • Administrative Cabinet/Council (Scales) box 9 folder 23 (This folder includes Reynolda Campus organizational charts from 1975 Self Study and 1980 and other administrative organization materials, and Winthrop Rockefeller Estate proposal for Ecumenical Institute at Wake Forest University and Belmont Abbey, with correspondence to Julius Bergen.)
    • Administrative reorganization memorandum  (1988 June) box 9 folder 26 (This folder contains memorandum to the Executive Council, the Board of Trustees, and WFU Employees concerning changes to the organizational structure.)
    • Administration and Planning: Engineering school  (1988-1989) box 9 folder 24 (This folder includes correspondence with John Anderson, Robert E. Allen, C. Douglas Maynard, Gerald H. Long, Richard Janeway, John G. Medlin, Jr., Harry L. Bosco, Rick L. Weddle, and Lawrence Bernstein.)
    • Administration and Planning: Elm trees and Quad  (1985-1989) box 9 folder 25 (This folder includes material on Dutch elm disease, the decision to replace the elm trees, and landscaping of the quadrangle. Correspondents include Nina Allen, Jim Coffee, R. Jay Stipes, Harold Moore, Bill Moran, and Jacqueline (Mrs. Hubert B.) Humphrey, Jr.)
    • Alumni Council meeting materials  (1983 June) box 29 folder 13
    • Athletic program memorandums, with Russell Brantley response  (1985) box 29 folder 12
    • Athletics and sports news articles
      • "Sports and ethics: the university response," College Football Association   (1988 June 5) box 15 folder 64
      • "Scandals that destroy coaches," Des Moines Register   (1989 April 30) box 15 folder 65
      • "Wake Forest's Hearn points way to reform," News and Observer   (1989 December 5) box 15 folder 63
      • "Pro tour never far in tennis and golf," New York Times   (1990 January 9) box 15 folder 50
      • "New Model Proposed," "Rules Changes Adopted," Chronicle of Higher Education   (1990 January 17) box 15 folder 45
      • "Just who's in charge of athletic departments?" National Sports Daily   (1990 February 8) box 15 folder 44
      • "Fans' passions may be too strong for colleges," National Sports Daily   (1990 July 11) box 15 folder 43
      • "Forecast for reform: partly cloudy, partly sunny," NCAA News   (1990 October 15) box 15 folder 42
      • NCAA convention, Chronicle of Higher Education   (1991 January 23) box 15 folder 49
      • "Collegiate sports need tight control," Winston-Salem Journal   (1991 March 20) box 15 folder 48
      • "New reform-movement perils are lurking," NCAA News   (1991 July 31) box 15 folder 47
      • "Congress turns up the heat on NCAA," The Chronicle of Higher Education   (1991 August 7) box 15 folder 46
      • "Reforms are good for athletics," News and Observer   (1991 September 22) box 15 folder 41
      • "The philosopher king," Business North Carolina   (1991 November) box 15 folder 62
      • "Classroom challenges are being met," USA Today   (1992 January 21) box 15 folder 61
      • "NCAA's leaders see big strides," Chronicle of Higher Education   (1992 January 22) box 15 folder 60
      • "Federal and state involvement in intercollegiate athletics," Athletics Administration   (1992 April) box 15 folder 59
      • "Talking trash," New York Times Magazine   (1993 June 6) box 15 folder 54
      • "Kick foul language out of the games," NCAA News   (1992 June 24) box 15 folder 58
      • "Integrity in intercollegiate sports," NCAA News   (1993 July 21) box 15 folder 57
      • "A regrettable no-show: Black coaches chose to boycott," Charlotte Observer   (1993 October 27) box 15 folder 56
      • "Building relationships," Winston-Salem Journal   (1993 December 1) box 15 folder 55
      • "How dare we add basketball scholarships...," Evening Sun   (1994 January 19) box 15 folder 53
      • "Wake's Hearn on ground floor of reform," Greensboro News and Record   (1994 February) box 15 folder 53
      • "Development a tool of university advocacy," Philanthropy Journal of N.C.   (1994 May) box 15 folder 51
      • N.C. Emerging Technology Alliance, and 9/11 opinion piece, Winston-Salem Journal   (1999, 2001 September 22) box 15 folder 25
    • Athletics: Atlantic Coast Conference (1984, 1990 February-May) box 9 folder 27 (This folder includes correspondence with Bill L. Atchley, Gene Corrigan, Robert M. O'Neil, and Neil S. Bucklew.)
    • AT&T  (1987-1989) box 9 folder 28 (This folder contains biographical material on E. Wayne Weeks, Jr., May, 1987.)
    • Baptist State Convention
      • University v. Borden, Reid v. Johnston  (1903, 1954) box 9 folder 29
      • Correspondence  (1983-1984) box 14 folder 23
      •   (1984) box 9 folder 30 (This folder includes a Covenant Committee Agenda, undated, a copy of The Covenant, and other materials related to the matter of the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of trustees. Correspondents include Leon Rice, William Henry Crouch, Weston P. Hatfield, T. Robert Mullinax, and James W. Mason.)
      •   (1985 January-March) box 9 folder 31 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials regarding the matter of the NC Baptist State Convention and the selection of trustees. Correspondents include Anne S. Adkins, Roy Smith, Weston P. Hatfield, T. Robert Mullinax, Leon Corbett, The Honorable William E. Poe, John T. Bunn, Frank R. Campbell, Bill Joyner, Henry Stokes, and J. Robert Philpott.)
      •   (1985 April-May) box 9 folder 32 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials related to the NC Baptist State Convention and the election of trustees. Correspondents include Robin L. Hinson, Weston P. Hatfield, James Rachels, T. Robert Mullinax, Wm. Henry Crouch, and J. Robert Philpott.)
      •   (1985 June-August) box 9 folder 33 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of Covenant renewal and trustee selection. Correspondents include Fred B. Bentley, John E. Weems, Allen Laymon, Alton H. McEachern, Robin L. Hinson, T. Robert Mullinax, J. Robert Philpott, Bob D. Shepherd, Henry Stokes, Roy J. Smith, and Weston P. Hatfield.)
      •   (1985 September-November) box 9 folder 34 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of Covenant renewal and the election of trustees. Correspondents include T. Robert Mullinax, Roy J. Smith, and James E. Langford.)
      •   (1985 December ) box 9 folder 35 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of covenant renewal and trustee election. Correspondents include T. Robert Mullinax, Weston P. Hatfield, Roy J. Smith, Linwood L. Davis, William E. Poe, Russell Brantley, Russell W. Meyer, Jr., and James Ralph Scales.)
      •   (1985 December) box 9 folder 36 (This folder contains newspaper articles regarding the relationship between WFU and the NC Baptist State Convention.)
      •   (1986 January-February) box 9 folder 37 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of covenant renewal and trustee election. Correspondents include R.G. Puckett, and J. Robert Philpott.)
      •   (1986 March-April) box 9 folder 38 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of covenant renewal and trustee election. Correspondents include T. Robert Mullinax, R.G. Puckett, and Justice David M. Britt.)
      •   (1986 May) box 9 folder 39 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of covenant renewal and trustee election. Correspondents include J. Robert Philpott, Justice Branch and Roy Smith.)
      •   (1986 June-August) box 9 folder 40 (This folder contains correspondence and other materials relating to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of convenant renewal and trustee election. Correspondents include Fred B. Bentley, James E. Langford, Robin L. Hinson, Roy J. Smith, William E. Poe, and T. Robert Mullinax.)
      •   (1986 September-October) box 9 folder 41 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to the NC Baptist State Convention and the matter of covenant renewal and trustee election, including drafts of A New Relationship between The North Carolina Baptist State Convention and Wake Forest University. Correspondents include William E. Poe, James E. Langford, Roy J. Smith, T. Robert Mullinax, and Justice Joseph Branch.)
      •   (1986 November) box 9 folder 42 (This folder contains material and correspondence regarding the matter of covenant renewal and constitutional changes with the NC Baptist State Convention. Correspondents include T. Robert Mullinax, Mahan Siler, Justice Joseph Branch, T.H. Davis, Lex Marsh, Polly Blackwell, Warren Carr, Larry J. Dagenhart, Stuart Dickson, Gloria F. Graham, James Ralph and Betty Scales, James E. Johnson, Jr., J. Smith Young, D.E. Ward, Gene Worrell, William E. Poe, James E. :amgfprd. Roy J. Smith, R.G. Puckett, and Cecil Sherman.)
      •   (1986 December) box 9 folder 43 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the NC Baptist State Convention and WFU relationship.)
      •   (1987) box 9 folder 44 (This folder contains correspondence regarding the relationship between WFU and the NC Baptist State Convention.)
      • General Board correspondence  (1986-1987) box 14 folder 26
    • Beta Gamma Sigma box 9 folder 45 (This folder contains a certificate of membership for Hearn in Beta Gamma Sigma, WFU Chapter, November 14, 1989.)
    • Biblical Recorder correspondence  (1984-1988) box 14 folder 24
    • Big 12 Conference (and Big 10) box 9 folder 46 (This folder contains materials and correspondence with officials of the Big 12 and Big 10 Conference. Correspondents include ACC Presidents/Chancellors, Robert B. Sloan, and James E. Delany. Materials dated 2001-2002.)
    • Board of Trustees member materials (These folders contain correspondence and other materials for individual members of the Board of Trustees.)
      • Baker, Jerry H. (undated) box 9 folder 47
      • Baker, L.M. (undated) box 9 folder 48
      • Becton, James L. (undated) box 9 folder 49
      • Bennett, Bert (undated) box 9 folder 50
      • Benson, Clifton L., Jr. (undated) box 9 folder 51
      • Blackwell, Polly L. (undated) box 9 folder 52
      • Bashart, James S.  (undated) box 9 folder 53
      • Branch, Joseph (undated) box 9 folder 54 (This folder includes correspondence with Albert R. Hunt, William E. Poe, Robert L. McMillan, Frances (Mrs. Joseph) Branch, Jim Branch, and David M. Britt.)
      • Brendle, Douglas D. (undated) box 9 folder 55
      • Brenner, Ann (undated) box 10 folder 1
      • Brenner, Herbert (undated) box 10 folder 2
      • Bridges, Henry L. (undated) box 10 folder 3
      • Broyhill, Louise (undated) box 10 folder 4
      • Burton, Jocelyn (undated) box 10 folder 5
      • Burton, Albert L., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 6
      • Caldwell, Robert C., Sr. (undated) box 10 folder 7
      • Calloway, D. Wayne  (1983-1989) box 10 folder 8 (This folder includes correspondence with James C. Lee, Jr., Weston Hatfield, and Jim Kemp.)
      • Calloway, D. Wayne  (1990-1992) box 10 folder 9 (This folder includes articles "A Different Brand of Leader" from Chief Executive, Number Sixty Nine, July/August 1991 and "Can Wayne Calloway Handle the Pepsi Challenge?", Business Week, January 27, 1992. Correspondents include William B. Greene, Jr., Al Lineberry, Jr., and Charles M. Shelton.)
      • Calloway, D. Wayne and Jan W. (1993-1999, 2005) box 10 folder 10 (Includes a letter from Jan W. Calloway after Wayne's death.)
      • Cameron, C. C. (undated) box 10 folder 11
      • Campbell, Frank R. (undated) box 10 folder 12 (Correspondents include Chevis Horne and Randall Lolley.)
      • Cheek, Charles W. (undated) box 10 folder 13 (Correspondents include Ben T. Craig and Alex Cheek.)
      • Cowan, Donald (undated) box 10 folder 14
      • Crouch, W. Henry (undated) box 10 folder 15 (Correspondents include Weston P. Hatfield and John Q. Burnette.)
      • Davis, Egbert L., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 16 (Correspondents include Linwood L. Davis.)
      • Davis, Eleanor Layfield (undated) box 10 folder 17 (This folder contains material and correspondence regarding the Eleanor Layfield Davis Art Scholarship. Correspondents include Barbara Hearn, T. Eugene Worrell, Patricia Lowder, Polly Lambeth Blackwell, H. Fleming Fuller, Dorothy Fuller, Egbert L. Davis, Jr., Earlene King, Richard Schneiderman, Sam D. Hummel, and Anne Davis Hummel.)
      • Davis, Thomas H. (undated) box 10 folder 18 (Correspondents include Egbert L.Davis, Linwood L. Davis, and John G. Medlin, Jr.)
      • Day, Richard C. (undated) box 10 folder 19
      • Deal, Ronald E. (undated) box 10 folder 20
      • Denton, Graham W. (undated) box 10 folder 21
      • Dickson, R. Stuart (undated) box 10 folder 22
      • Early, A. Doyle (undated) box 10 folder 23
      • Evans, Lisbeth C. (Lambie) (undated) box 10 folder 24
      • Fletcher, Floyd (undated) box 10 folder 25
      • Flow, Victor I., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 26
      • Garcia, Martin L. (undated) box 10 folder 27
      • Gaskin, Jean H. (undated) box 10 folder 28
      • Gentry, Marvin D. (undated) box 10 folder 29 (Correspondents include Wayne Calloway, John G. Medlin, Jr., Richard Groves, and Charles E. Taylor.)
      • Graham, Gloria (undated) box 10 folder 30
      • Gray, Constance F.  (undated) box 10 folder 31
      • Greason, Murray C. (undated) box 10 folder 32
      • Greene, William B.  (undated) box 10 folder 33 (Corresondents include William E. Smith, Jr., D. Wayne Calloway, Larry Williams, John Ueberroth, Kenneth L. Roberts, Vice President Al Gore, Dick Horton, Toby Wilt, and E.W. Davenport.)
      • Gupton, O. Bruce (undated) box 10 folder 34
      • Hamrick, John C., Sr. (undated) box 10 folder 35
      • Hatfield, Weston P.  (undated) box 10 folder 36 (Corresondents include Wm. Henry Crouch, Clifton L. Benson, Jr., Byron L. Davis, Sr., W. Fred Williams, J. Robert Johnson, The Honorable James B. Hunt, C.C. Hope, and Charles M. Shelton.)
      • Helvey, James R., III (undated) box 10 folder 37
      • Holding, Harvey (undated) box 10 folder 38
      • Hope, C. C., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 39 (Correspondents include Edward E. Crutchfield, Jr., Maya Angelou, Frank H. Dunn, Jr., and Jim Powers.)
      • Hopkins, Lawrence  (undated) box 10 folder 40
      • Horrigan, Edward A., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 41 (Correspondents include J. Paul Sticht.)
      • Horton, Alice Kirby (undated) box 10 folder 42
      • Hough, Joe (undated) box 10 folder 43
      • Howlette, Eric M. (undated) box 10 folder 44
      • Humphrey, Hubert B. (undated) box 10 folder 45
      • Hunt, Albert R. (undated) box 10 folder 46 (Correspondents include Peter Jennings.)
      • Hunt, James B., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 47 (Correspondents include D. Wayne Calloway.)
      • Hunter, Roberto J. (undated) box 10 folder 48
      • Hyde, Jeanette Wallace (undated) box 10 folder 49
      • Johnson, James L. (undated) box 10 folder 50
      • Johnson, James E., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 51
      • Johnston, James W. (undated) box 10 folder 52
      • Kahle, Sandra R. (undated) box 10 folder 53
      • Kulynych, Petro (undated) box 10 folder 54 (Correspondents include John G. Medlin, Jr., and Katherine L. Powell.)
      • Lambert, Deborah D. (undated) box 10 folder 55
      • Leathers, William H. (undated) box 10 folder 56 (Correspondents include Robert J. Philpott.)
      • Leroy, Dee Hughes (undated) box 10 folder 57
      • Luter, Joseph W., III (undated) box 10 folder 58
      • Manchester, Douglas F. (undated) box 10 folder 59
      • Martin, James G., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 60
      • Marsh, Lex (undated) box 10 folder 61
      • Mason, James W. (undated) box 10 folder 62 (This folder includes a writing by Dr. Tom Olive concerning the arch and the Class of 1909. Correspondents include J. Edwin Hendricks and James E. Snyder, Jr.)
      • Mast, George B. (undated) box 10 folder 63
      • McEachern, Alton H. (undated) box 10 folder 64
      • Medlin, John G.  (1983-1989) box 10 folder 65 (Correspondents include John M. Belk and John F. Mc Nair III.)
      • Medlin, John G.  (1990-2002) box 10 folder 66
      • Meredith, Ted R. (undated) box 10 folder 67
      • Meyer, Louis B., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 68
      • Meyer, Russell W., Jr. (undated) box 10 folder 69
      • Miller, Kenneth D. (undated) box 10 folder 70
      • Millhouse, Barbara B. (undated) box 10 folder 71 (Correspondents include Nicholas Burton Bragg.)
      • Mitchell, W. Harold (undated) box 13 folder 72
      • Mountcastle, Katherine B. (undated) box 10 folder 73
      • Nance, James B. (undated) box 10 folder 74
      • Neal, Stephen L. (undated) box 10 folder 75
      • Nichols, J. Donald (undated) box 10 folder 76
      • Orr, L. Glenn (undated) box 10 folder 77 (Correspondents include Chief Justice Joseph Branch, and Adelaide A. Sink.)
      • Owen, W. Boyd (undated) box 10 folder 78
      • Palmer, Arnold D.  (1983-1992) box 10 folder 79 (Correspondents include F. Ross Johnson.)
      • Palmer, Arnold D.  (1993-2003) box 10 folder 80
      • Paschal, George W., Jr. box 10 folder 81 (This folder includes a note to Betty and Ralph Scales from George Paschal and correspondence from George and Beth Cummings Paschal.)
      • Philpott, J. Robert box 10 folder 82 (Correspondents include C. C. Hope and Weston Hatfield.)
      • Pittman, Celeste Mason box 10 folder 83
      • Queen, Michael G. box 10 folder 84
      • Revelle, J. Guy, Jr. box 10 folder 85
      • Rice, Leon L., Jr. box 10 folder 86
      • Sansom, Bill box 10 folder 87
      • Schindler, Andrew J. box 10 folder 88
      • Shelton, Charles M. box 10 folder 89 (Correspondents include J. Robert Lee, K.D. Kennedy, Jr., Governor James G. Martin, and Ed Shelton.)
      • Shepherd, Bob D. box 10 folder 90
      • Sigel, Jay box 10 folder 91
      • Siler, Marshall Mahan, Jr. box 10 folder 92
      • Sink, Adelaide A. box 10 folder 93
      • Smith, K. Wayne box 10 folder 94
      • Smith, Roy J. box 10 folder 95
      • Stokes, Colin box 10 folder 96
      • Tatum, Samuel C. box 10 folder 97
      • Thompson, G. Kennedy box 10 folder 98
      • Wadkins, J. Lanny, Jr. box 10 folder 99
      • Ward, D. E., Jr. box 11 folder 1
      • Weber, Charlotte box 11 folder 2
      • Whitaker, John C. box 11 folder 3
      • Whiteman, Barbara D. box 11 folder 4
      • Williams, Lonnie B. box 11 folder 5
      • Williams, Richard A. box 11 folder 6
      • Wilson, J. Tylee box 11 folder 7
      • Worrell, T. Eugene box 11 folder 8
      • Wyatt, Frank B. box 11 folder 9
      • Young, Charles J. box 11 folder 10
      • Young, C. Jeffrey box 11 folder 11
      • Young, Kyle A. box 11 folder 12
      • Young, J. Smith box 11 folder 13 (Correspondents include Weston P. Hatfield, Robert Philpott and Clifton L. Benson, Jr.)
    • Brain Tumor Center of Excellence materials  (2005 May) box 11 folder 14 (This folder contains materials regarding the Brain Tumor Center of Excellence including dinner program and invitation, May 3, 2005; program and manuscript of Hearn's remarks for a special evening for the Brain Tumor Center of Excellence supporters, May 7, 2008; and correspondents including Richard H. Dean, Benjamin C. Sutton, Jr., John A. Allison, Tim Cost, A. Tab Williams, Stanhope Kelly, and Alan T. Dickson.)
    • Brain Tumor Center of Excellence tribute dinner programs  (2005 May 3) box 13 folder 33
    • Bretton Woods Committee box 11 folder 15 (This folder contains materials regarding the Bretton Woods Committee. Correspondents include Henry Owen, Paul A. Volcker, Charls E. Walker, Bill Frenzel, and James C. Orr.)
    • Business cards: English, Japanese (circa 1988-1992) box 29 folder 7
    • Carillon  (1988-1990) box 11 folder 16 (This folder contains materials regarding the WFU carillon produced by the Paccard foundry, including correspondents Charles U. Harris and Harmannus H. van Bergen.)
    • Center for Creative Leadership box 11 folder 17 (Correspondents include Peter L. Richardson, Dana G. Mead, and John Alexander.)
    • Steve Childs, Flow portrait  (1999) box 11 folder 18 (This folder contains materials regarding the oil portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Flow for the Vienna House.)
    • Christmas card from President and Mrs. Hearn (undated) box 11 folder 19
    • Christmas open house materials  (1983 December) box 34 folder 2
    • Citizens United Against the Lottery box 11 folder 20 (Correspondents include Charles B. Neely, Jr. and Budd and Zanne Baker.)
    • Civic Ventures  (1984-1989) box 11 folder 21
    • Coliseum, Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial  (1986-1987) box 11 folder 22 (This folder contains materials regarding the agreement for construction of the Lawrence Joel Veterans' Coliseum in Winston-Salem. Correspondents include Mayor Wayne A. Corpening, Gene Hooks, Joe Doster.)
    • College Sports Magazine award  (1994 June) box 11 folder 23 (This folder contains a certificate for College Sports Magazine's 50 Most Influential People in College Sports.)
    • Commission on Professionalism box 11 folder 24 (Correspondents include Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake, Jr., Governor Michael F. Easley, and Melvin F. Wright, Jr.)
    • Commission on the Status of Women, administrative response to the report  (1997) box 29 folder 9
    • Community Chest-United Way of Jefferson, Shelby and Walker Counties Certificate of Appreciation. box 11 folder 25
    • Compensation reports box 11 folder 26 (This folder contains annual reports submitted by Hearn to trustee chairs. Correspondents include Chief Justice Joseph Branch, John G. Medlin, Jr., Wayne Calloway, Hubert B. Humphrey, and K. Wayne Smith.)
    • Design in Flight project, Tom Davis box 11 folder 27 (Correspondents include Scott Glabman, Calder W. Womble, Frank Borden Hanes, Hugh G. Chatham, Ronald McNair, Ray Pierotti, James Bagian, Carolyn L. Huntoon, J Walter McDowell, Judith M. Hanes, Philip Hanes, and Jack Glabman.)
    • Divinity School feasibility report  (1988 October) box 11 folder 29 (This folder contains three copies of the feasibility report on the proposed divinity school and correspondence from J. David Ross.)
    • Divinity School materials  (1986-1987) box 11 folder 28 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the establishment of a Divinity School at WFU. Correspondents include Peter Rhea Jones, W. Henry Crouch, Bob D. Shepherd, Michael G. Queen, M. Mahan Siler.)
    • Divinity School materials  (1988 January-August) box 11 folder 30 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to the establishment of a divinity school at WFU. Correspondents include W. Randall Lolley, Henry Stokes, Page H. Kelley, T. Robert Mullinax, M. Mahan Siler, R. Kirby Godsey, Bob D. Shepherd, Carlton T. Mitchell, Colon S. Jackson, Jr., John C. Shelley, Jr., James T. Laney, A. Kenneth Pye, H. Keith H. Brodie, Norman Adrian Wiggins, C.D. Spangler, Jr., and Michael Queen.)
    • Divinity School materials  (1988 October-December) box 11 folder 32 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the establishment of a divinity school at WFU. Correspondents include Terry E. Peele, Nancy T. Ammerman, and Wallace E. Parham.)
    • Divinity School materials  (1989 February-March) box 11 folder 34 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to the establishment of a divinity school at WFU. Correspondents include W. Randall Lolley, Reginald M. McDonough, M. Mahan Siler, R. G. Puckett, Alfred T. Ayscue, Jack Causey, Peter Rhea Jones, William Henry Crouch, Jean H. Gaskin, C. C. Cameron, Constance F. Gray, D. E. Ward, William W. Leathers.)
    • Divinity School materials  (1989 January-May) box 11 folder 35 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the establishment of a divinity school at WFU. Correspondents include Michael G. Queen, T. Winfield Blackwell, Morris Ashcroft, John H. Hewett, Wm. Henry Crouch, Thomas H. Graves, Jack Causey, Bob D. Shepherd, W. Randall Lolley, William W. Leathers, III, and T. Robert Mullinax.)
    • Divinity School: planning and study materials  (1989-) box 29 folder 8
    • Divinity School Study Committee report box 11 folder 31 (This folder contains the Report of the Divinity School Study Committee, undated, and A Report on the Feasibility of Establishing a Divinity School, October 10, 1988.)
    • Forsyth County Development Corporation 2002 box 11 folder 36
    • Gilbert and Sullivan Gala  (2005 April 25) box 11 folder 37
    • Hearn Tribute Funds box 11 folder 38
    • Heritage and Promise box 11 folder 39
    • Heritage and Prospect: Excerpts From Essays and Addresses and  Heritage and Prospect: A Five-Year Report box 11 folder 40
    • Honor code slideshow script  (circa 1984) box 29 folder 44
    • "Honoring the Hearn Presidency"  (2005 April) box 11 folder 41
    • !dealliance
      • Business Plan  (2000-2005) box 14
      •   (2000) box 11 folder 42 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to Idealliance. Correspondents include Bill Dean, Goran Wessman, Ann G. Jones, David Park, Jaine Place, and Graydon Pleasants.)
      •   (2001) box 11 folder 43 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to Idealliance. Correspondents include William M. Dean, Vic Flow, Jay Moskowitz, Don G. Angell, Bud Baker, G. H. Long and Allen Joines.)
      •   (2002) box 11 folder 44 (This folder contains the Idealliance Board of Directors Report, August 12, 2002.)
      •   (2004-2005) box 11 folder 45
    • Illness, return to work, retirement announcement  (2003-2004) box 11 folder 46
    • Inauguration materials  (1983 November 4) box 13 folder 36 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to Hearn's inauguration as president of WFU November 4, 1983. Correspondents include James Ralph Scales, Barbara Hearn, Stephen N. Collier, Sidney S. Eagles, Jr., Peter Rhea Jones, James B. Hemby, Milly Cowles, Joseph Edward Hearn, Gordon A. Haaland, Aubrey and Florence Hearn, Jim Cowles, Claustin Jenkins, Zane E. Eargle, William B. Gladney, Roger Cole, John M. Cheek, Frank P. Grisham, and William E. Dean, Jr.)
    • Inauguration programs  (1983 November 4) box 11 folder 47
    • Inauguration correspondence, schedule, news coverage  (1983) box 29 folder 38
    • Inauguration invitation and program  (1983 November 4) box 29 folder 39
    • International: China, International Studies and Exchange Program  (circa 1992) box 11 folder 48 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the agreement between WFU and Guangxi Teachers University, April 22, 1992. Correspondents include Liu Ning, William Moss, E. Pendleton Banks, Richard L. Williams, Chen Guang Zhi, Thomas E. Mullen, and Ho Hsiang -lin.)
    • International: Council in International Education Exchange  (1990) box 11 folder 49
    • International: England, Cambridge University Summer Program  (circa 1989 August-September) box 11 folder 50 (This folder contains correspondence concerning the Cambridge International Summer School. Correspondents include M. J. Allen, R. V. Mason and Weston B. Hatfield.)
    • International: France  (1990 November) box 11 folder 51 (This folder contains correspondence with M Erman, Director of the French Liguistics Program, University of Burgundy.)
    • International: Hong Kong, Timothy Lam box 11 folder 52 (This folder contains correspondence, travel arrangements, and photographs.)
    • International: International Programs Advisory Committee  (1987-1989) box 11 folder 53 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the International Programs Advisory Committee. Correspondents include Shin Ohkawara, Robert Carbonell, Hideki Samuel Imamura, Victor I. Flow, Jr., Governor James B. Hunt, Richard D. Sears, Thomas C. Taylor, Clifford Clarke, Robert J. Carbonell, Don M. Boileau, and Laird D. Whipple.)
    • International: Italy, Casa Artom house box 11 folder 54 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to Casa Artom in Venice. Correspondents include Bianca Artom, Senator Jesse Helms, Terence J. Fortune, Dennis J. Gallagher, and Ambassador Maxwell M. Rabb.)
    • International: Japan
      • Asian Pacific University Presidents Conference box 11 folder 55 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the Asian Pacific University Presidents Conference in Tokyo, Japan, August 17-19, 1987. Correspondents include Tatsuro Matsumae, Thomas C. Taylor, Yuichiro Goto, Shogo Sasaki, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, Hideki Samuel Imamura, Kikuko Imamura, and Ambassador Mike Mansfield.)
      • Branch Campus/Consortium Proposal  (1987-1989) box 11 folder 56 (Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., Chiyoji Misawa, Hideki S. Imamura, Yusake Kataoka, Quentin Wilson, Bobby G. Wixson, Lawrence Apple, Mayor Kyoichi Ishikawa and Thomas C. Taylor.)
      • Doing Business in Japan box 11 folder 57
      • "Executive Searches Aid Japan Job Shifts," by Susan Chira, New York Times   (1984 November 12) box 11 folder 58
      • Fellowship Competition  (1988) box 11 folder 59
      • Flow Institute for Pacific Rim Basin box 11 folder 60
      • Holography of 3D surface reconstructed CT images box 11 folder 61
      • Kashima box 11 folder 64 (This folder contains brochures and information on Kashima and Kashima Port.)
      • Matsume honorary degree  (1988 September) box 11 folder 65 (This folder contains materials and correspondence, including photographs, regarding the awarding of an honorary degree to President Shigeyoshi Matsumae of Tokai University, September 1988. Correspondents include Hideki S. Imamura, Shogo Sasaki, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, and Richard Janeway.)
      • Correspondence  (circa 1987) box 11 folder 66 (Correspondents include Shigeki Kawaguchi, Tadao Takebayashi, Bob Baker, Seiro (Bob) Takehara, Kotaro Miyoshi, Shigeto Kawano, Ichiro Kato, Masaharu Yoshimura, Mayor Kazumi Nonaka, and Kenji Matsumura.)
      • Obirin University  (1988-1989) box 11 folder 67
      • Photographs (undated) box 11 folder 68 (This folder contains miscellaneous photographs of Hearn in Japan and hosting Japanese visitors at WFU.)
      • Special Assistant to President for Japanese Relations  (circa 1990) box 11 folder 69 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the naming of Hideki S. Imamura as Special Assistant to the President for Japanese Relations, July 5, 1990. Correspondents include Hideki S. Imamura, Lt. General William T. Yarborough, Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., and Kikuko Imamura.)
      • Tokai University  (1987-1989) box 12 folder 1-2 (The first folder contains memorandums concerning a proposal for WFU site in Japan and the library holdings of Japanese materials. The second folder contains materials and correspondence regarding relationships with Tokai University,including a proposal for an International Studies Program in Japan and a business plan of golf in Japan. Correspondents include Shogo Sasaki, Eleanor Kerkham, Seiro Takehara, Hideki S. Imamura, Jesse I. Haddock, Natalie Kraft, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, Tatsuro Matsumae, Ambassador Mike Mansfield, and Edward Conyngham.)
      • Tokai University  (1990-1991) box 12 folder 4 (Correspondents include Keiko Shimosegawa, Sonosuke Katori, David Hajime Kornhauser, Tatsuro Matsumae, Norikazu Tamaoki, Kimihisa Nomura and Shogo Sasaki.)
      • Tokai University  (1992-1996) box 12 folder 6 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the relationship between WFU and Tokai University, including the WFU Sonobe-Tokai Semester Abroad Program. Correspondents include Shogo Sasaki, Tatsuro Matsumae, Yoshio Mihara, Atsushi Fujita, Norikazu Tamaoki, M. Hattori, M. Kamehiro, Shigeru Shimizu, Takeshi "Shin" and Merle "Aiko" Okawara, Makoto Hattori, Kikuko Imamura, Norio Matsumae.)
      • Tokai University: Matsumae visit  (1992 January 16-19) box 12 folder 5 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the visit to WFU of President Tatsuro Matsumae January 16-19, 1992. Correspondents include Takashi Watanabe, Timothy C. Pennell, and Sonosuke Katori.)
      • Tokai University: TKH honorary degree  (1989 November 1) box 12 folder 3 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to Hearn's visit to Japan in October/November, 1989 to receive an honorary degree from Tokai University. Correspondents include Shogo Sasaki, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, Timothy C. Pennell, Hideki S. Imamura, Richard Janeway, Yoshikazu Sugimoto, Seiro Takehara, James T. Broyhill, A. Fukunaga, Tsutomu Hata, Ichiro Kato, Fumio Kitaoka, Koichi Miyazaki, Takaaki Nakamoto, Daniel C.W. Tse, Takashi Watanabe, Tatsuro Matsumae, and Clifford H. Clarke.)
      • Tsutomu Hata and Jiro Hata (1987-1994) box 12 folder 7 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the Lycee Seijo D'Alsace in Kientzheim, France, academic affiliation between WFU and Seijo University, prime Minister Tsutomu Hata, and the admission of Jiro Hata to WFU. Correspondents include Mary Frances Robinson, Shinichi Nakazawa, Bob Takehara, Hideki Imamura, Tsutomu Hata, Jiro Hata, Mayor Wayne A. Corpening, David L. Barnhill, and James A. Graham.)
      • USA Japan Committee for Promoting Trade Expansion  (1987-1988) box 12 folder 8 (This folder contains materials related to promoting international trade relations with Japan, including A Proposal to Establish American Universities in Japan. Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt.)
      • Visit to Japan  (1987 October 9-15) box 12 folder 9 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding Hearn's visit to Japan in October, 1987, as well as the Japanese municipality representatives visit to WFU. Correspondents include Chiyoji Misawa, Hideki S. Imamura, Yusuke Kataoka, Clifford Clarke, Tsutomu Hata, Atitsugu Hisatomi, Shin Ohkawara, Shogo Sasaki, Seiro Takehara, Tadahisa Yamashita, and K.A.N. Luther.)
      • Wake Forest visit by Japanese delegation  (1987 October 26-27) box 12 folder 11 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the Japanese municipality representatives visit to WFU October 26-27, 1987. Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., Hiroshi Kawakami, Bobby G. Wixson, Mayor Wayne A. Corpening, Yusuka Kataoka, Yasusuke Tomikami, Deputy Mayor Michio Hayashi, Kenji Matsumura, and Kouichi Muramoto.)
      • Visit to Japan  (1988 October 10-18) box 12 folder 10 (This folder contains materials and corresondence regarding Hearn's trip to Japan in October 1988. Corresondents include Ambassador Mike Mansfield, Shigeyoshi Matsumae, Shogo Sasaki, Seiro Takehara, Kotaro Miyoshi, The Honorable Kabun Muto, The Honorable Genraro Nakajima, The Honorable Kazumi Nonaka, Toshiki Kaifu, Tsutomu Hata, Ben and Charles Plitt, Yoshihiro Nishida, Kenji Matsumura, Natalie Kraft and Hideki S. Imamura.)
    • International: Russia, Moscosw State University  (1990-1994) box 12 folder 14 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding a Student Exchange between WFU and Moscow State University. Correspondents include Victor N. Krasilnikov, Oleg A. Logunov, Jill Houghton Emery, Alexander S. Feschenko, Anatoliy A. Logunov, V.I. Tropin, and Victor Antonovich Sadovnichii.)
    • International: Russia, TKH Trip to Moscow  (1990 June 4-13) box 12 folder 15 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding Hearn's trip to Moscow, June 4-13, 1990. Correspondents include Vladimir I. Tropin.)
    • International Studies, Office of  (circa 1986) box 12 folder 12 (This folder contains materials and correspondence relating to the International Studies Program, including the Proposal to the Pew Memorial Trust for Strengthening International Studies at Wake Forest University, March 28, 1986. Correspondents include Albert R. Hunt, Jr., Robert I. Smith, Germaine Bree, Martha (Mrs. Linwood) Davis, Jane J. Martin, and Cassandra A. Pyle.)
    • International Studies, Office of  (1987-1990) box 12 folder 13 (This folder contains materials and correspondence, including the report on international studies for the 1986-87 academic year. Correspondents include Susan Stine, Fred H. Billups, and Terumasa Akio, William A. Dunn, and William L. Gaines.)
    • International: Vienna  (1998) box 12 folder 16-17 (The first folder contains materials and information regarding the establishment of a residential study program in Vienna and Hearn's trip to Vienna in March 1998. Correspondents include Wilhelm Fleischhacker, Ambassador Kathryn Walt Hall, Milledge A. Hart, III, Christoph Nostitz, Horst Seidler, J. Ned Woodall, James F. Toole, and Helmut Tuerk. The second folder contains contains materials and correspondence regarding the establishment of a residential study center in Vienna, Flow House. Correspondents include Horst Seidler, Christoph Nostitz, James F. Toole, Frau Mag. Renate Brauner, Mayor Michael Haupl, S. Davis Phillips, Beth Melofchik, George Kretschmer, Edward G. Hill, Jr., Alfred Ebenbauer, Karin Schmid, Johannes Nostitz-Rieneck, Count and Countess Friedrich Seilern-Aspang, Mag. Manfred L. Mautner-Markhof, and Peter Polterauer.)
    • International: Vienna  (1999) box 12 folder 18 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the dedication of Flow House and Hearn's trip to Vienna September/October. Correspondents include LW Koengeter, S Zafarpour, Gerald Maurer, W Schutz, Wilhelm Fleischhacker, Christoph Nostitz, Wolfgang Greisenegger, Horst Seidler, Max Josef Allmayer-Beck, Peter Pieler, and Dick Schneider.)
    • International: Vienna  (2000-2002) box 12 folder 19 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the Academic Exchange Agreement between WFU and the University of Vienna. Correspondents include Arthur Mettinger.)
    • International: Vienna photographs  (1999) box 12 folder 20 (Photographs of Hearn's degree ceremony and dedication of Flow House, October 1999.)
    • International: Worrell House  (1982-1989) box 12 folder 21 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the Worrell House Program in London, England. Correspondents include Thomas E. Worrell, David Hadley, and Herbert Brenner.)
    • International: Worrell House  (1994) box 12 folder 22 (This folder contains documents regarding repairs and renovations to 36 Steeles Road, London.)
    • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (undated) box 12 folder 23 (Certificate of Appreciation for contribution to, and support of, arts education from the Programs for Children and Youth. Undated.)
    • Knight Commission
      •   (1991-1996) box 12 folder 24 (Report and Recommendations of the NCAA Presidents Commission Subcommittee on Strategic Planning, with correspondence with Christopher B. Morris.)
      •   (1999-2000) box 12 folder 25 (This folder contains a letter from Theodore M. Hesburgh.)
      •   (2001 January) box 12 folder 28 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to the work of the Knight Commission. Correspondents include Cedric W. Dempsey and Maureen Devlin.)
      • Commission Meeting Packet  (2001) box 12 folder 27 (This folder contains materials regarding the meeting of the Knight Commission January 22-23. 2001, the NCAA convention, and other clippings and materials. Correspondents include Maureen Devlin.)
      •   (2001) box 12 folder 26 (This folder contains information regarding the Knight Commission. Correspondents include Maureen Devlin, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Hodding Carter III, Frank DeFord and Cedric W. Dempsey.)
      •   (2003) box 12 folder 29 (This folder contains correspondene with Hodding Carter III.)
      •   (2005) box 12 folder 30 (This folder contains material and correspondence regarding the Knight Commission, including the Knight Foundation Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics Executive Summary of Background, Goals and Results, April 2005. Correspondents include Hodding Carter III, William Friday, Myles Brand, Len Elmore, Theodore M. Hesburgh, Creed Black, Walter Harrison, Kevin Lennon, Thomas McMillen, Alberto Ilbarguen, Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings, David A. Bergeron, Robert Kanaby, Walter Reeves, Femi Shote, Andre Merkine, Dennis Haglan, and Amy Perko.)
      •   (2006-2007) box 12 folder 31 (Correspondence with Alberto Ibarguen, April 2006.)
    • "Lasting Legacy," by Kerry King, Wake Forest Magazine   (2008 September) box 13 folder 37 (This folder contains two copies of Wake Forest Magazine, September 2008, which includes "Lasting Legacy" by Kerry M. King, about Hearn.)
    • "Leadership and Planning: Keys to the Wake Forest Success Story" slideshow scripts  (1989) box 29 folder 43
    • Medical Center Name History materials  (1986-1987) box 14 folder 25
    • Memorial Service program  (2008 August) box 12 folder 32 (This folder contains three service orders for Hearn's memorial service, August 22, 2008.)
    • National Cancer Advisory Board materials, WFUBMC  (2008 April) box 12 folder 33 (This notebook contains materials related to the National Cancer Advisory Board of the WFU Baptist Medical Center, April 30, 2008.)
    • National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (undated) box 12 folder 34 (This folder contains a certificate of appreciation awarded ato Hearn on behalf of the men and women of the Guard and Reserve Forces. Undated.)
    • North Carolina Awards  (2006) box 12 folder 35 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the 2006 North Carolina Award in Public Service awarded to Hearn, including the Awards Dinner Program. Correspondents include Lisbeth C. Evans, Allen Joines, James R. Bullock, and D.E. Ward, Jr.)
    • North Carolina Awards Committee certificate  (2001) box 12 folder 36 (This folder contains a certificate of appointment of Hearn by Governor Michael F. Easley as a member of the North Carolina Awards Committee, March 22, 2001.)
    • North Carolina Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission certificate  (1989) box 12 folder 38 (This folder contains a certificate awarded to Hearn in recognition of valuable contribution to the 1989 holiday celebration, February 1989 by Elreta Alexander Ralston, J.B. Humphrey, and Governor James G. Martin.)
    • Olin Foundation Grant  (1987 April-November) box 12 folder 41 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the visit and proposal presentation and awarding of a grant by the Olin Foundation for the construction of a physics building, including the announcement and press releases. Correspondents include Lawrence W. Milas, George P. Williams, Jr., William B. Norden, Carlton T. Helming, William L. Bondurant, and Lu Leake.)
    • Olin Foundation Grant  (1988) box 12 folder 42 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding construction of the Olin Physical Laboratory Building. Correspondents include lawrence W. Milas, Tim O'Toole, William B. Norden, and Margaret Supplee Smith.)
    • Olin Foundation Grant letter  (1985) box 12 folder 39 (This folder contains a letter to Hearn from Lawrence W. Milas, April 2, 1985.)
    • Olin Foundation Grant Questionnaire Response  (1987) box 12 folder 40 (This folder contains the WFU response to the Olin Foundation's Questionnaire for Grant Finalists. Correspondents include Lawrence W. Milas and Edwin Wilson.)
    • Olive, A. Thomas, "The Arch and Class of 1909" with drawing box 12 folder 43 (this folder contains correspondence from Tom Olive and information regarding the WFU Arch and Class of 1909 and 1911.)
    • Organization chart and personnel materials  (1988-2000) box 34 folder 8
    • National Residence Hall Honorary certificate  (2005 April 19) box 12 folder 44 (Certificate of appreciation awarded to Hearn in recognition of valuable contributions to The Wake Forest Community, April 19, 2005.)
    • North Carolina Education Standards and Accountability Commission certificate  (1997) box 12 folder 37 (This folder contains a certificate of special recognition for dedicated service as a member of the Nroth Carolina Education Standards and Accountability Commission, 1993-97 awarded to Hearn by Governor James B. Hunt, Phillip J. Kirk and Michael E. Ward.)
    • Pew Future of the Health Profession symposium materials  (1989 April) box 12 folder 45 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding Future of the Health Professions Program of the Pew Memorial Trust, April 26-28, 1989 in Austin, TX. Correspondents include Franklin M. Loew, Edward H. O'Neil, Katie Magill, and Sara B. Watts.)
    • Pilot Mountain Baptist Association correspondence  (1984-1989) box 14 folder 33
    • Planning long-term correspondence  (1986) box 12 folder 50 (This folder contains materials regarding the planning process. Correspondents include Jennie M. Johnson and W. Wayne Hipp.)
    • Presidency: first five years materials  (circa 1989) box 31 folder 12
    • President's Aides annual photographs (circa 1988-2004) box 27
    • President's Aides lists and notes  (1990-2005) box 31 folder 15
    • President's Aides materials  (1988-2000) box 12 folder 52 (This folder contains materials regarding Presidential Aides, including news articles, memos, lists of aides, and one photo of aides on the occasion of the presidential debate.)
    • President's Aides scrapbook, retirement gift  (circa 2005 May) box 32 item 6
    • President's Weekends and other event invitations  (2002-2005) box 29 folder 36
    • Presidential contract correspondence (1983-1985, 2005) box 12 folder 53 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the selection of Hearn as president of WFU in 1983, as well as correspondence regarding presidential compensation, 1985, and correspondence from Hearn to trustees and trustees emeriti upon his retirement. Correspondents include Leon H. Corbett, Jr., James Ralph Scales, C. C. Hope, Jr., Charles W. Cheek, Thomas H. Davis, J. Robert Philpott, and Weston P. Hatfield.)
    • Presidential Debate
      • Correspondence  (1987) box 12 folder 55 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the WFU proposal and site selection process for the presidential debate. Correspondents include Janet H. Brown, Kate Rand Lloyd, Albert R. Hunt, Jr., C.C. Hope, Robert Strauss, Anne Wexler, James T. Broyhill, Richard Thornburg, Governor James G. Martin, Paul H. O'Neill, Jill Ruckelshaus, Melvin Laird, Carla A. Hills, Paul Fulton, David F. Norcross, Edwin I. Colodny, John W. Chandler, and John F. McNair III.)
      • Correspondence  (1988 January-August) box 12 folder 56 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the selection of WFU as the site of a presidential debate and preparations for the debate. Correspondents include Senator Terry Sanford, Governor James G. Martin, Tom Blair, Rick Weddle, Gayle Anderson, Ralph Simpson, Marvin Gentry, Representative Stephen L. Neal, Reynard Corley, and Robert D. Turner.)
      • Correspondence  (1988 September-December) box 13 folder 1 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the presidential debate held on the WFU campus September 25, 1988. Correspondents include Paul M. Wiles, Jon and Mary Bolton, David L. McCullough, Fred Nordenholz, Scott DuBois, Senator Jesse Helms, Senator James T. Broyhill, Joe Goodman, Philip E. Kennedy, James Ralph Scales, Jane E. Milley, Tricia Bannister, F. Hudnall Christopher, Jr., Douglas J. Donatelli, Jeff Gralnick, Bryan Houck, Peter Jennings, R.G. Puckett, Roy J. Smith, William L. Bondurant, Henry M. Carter, Jr., Edwin I. Colodny, Victor I. Flow, Paul Fulton, Edward A. Horrigan, Jr., John G. Medlin, Jr., Charles M. Shelton, Edward E. Crutchfield, Jr., Allen Easley, W. Harold Mitchell, Timothy C. Pennell, Russell H. Brantley, Beth Dawson, Egbert L. Davis, Jr., Caroline Sinal, D. Chris Withers, Robert C. Dawson, Mike Smith, John W. Davis, III,, Robert L. Mayville, C. Edward Pleasants, Garlene G. Grogan, Gail Citron, Richard F. Rosser, John T. Henley, Michael S. Dukakis, Janet H. Brown, Donna M. Constantinople, and Roone Arledge.)
      • Debate materials  (1988) box 12 folder 54 (This folder contains the official program of The First 1988 Presidential Debate, September 25, 1988, Wait Chapel, WFU.)
      • Media booklet  (1988) box 12 folder 57 (This folder contains the spiral bound booklet containing copies of all the press releases and news articles. Also included is a letter to Hearn from Peter Jennings.)
      • Debate materials  (1989) box 16 (This folder contains a letter to Hearn from James H. Smith, January 5, 1989.)
    • President's House renovations and related materials  (1967-1990) box 13 folder 2 (This folder contains materials regarding the renovation of the President's House for Dr. and Mrs. Scales, 1967-68, an inventory of the President's House, May 1974, and materials and correspondence regarding the gift of the Hanes House to the university, 1988, Fact Sheet regarding the President's Home, April 13, 1989, and correspondence regarding the Hanes house/President's House in 1990. Correspondents include Weston P. Hatfield.)
    • Provost
      • Admissions and Financial Aid correspondence  (1984-1986) box 14 folder 27
      • Alumni Scholars correspondence  (1986-1990) box 14 folder 28
      • Brown, David G., correspondence  (1990) box 14 folder 29
      • Merit Scholarships correspondence  (1984-1990) box 14 folder 30
      • Named professorships  (1985-1990) box 14 folder 31
      • Wilson, Edwin G., correspondence  (1984-1990) box 14 folder 32
    • Public Affairs: "Mind of the South" Symposium correspondence  (1990) box 14 folder 34
    • Public Affairs, Vice President, correspondence and style manual  (1985-1989) box 14 folder 35
    • Quarry Farm booklets (circa 1985-1986) box 13 folder 3 (This folder contains two booklets, "Mike O'Donnell and Quarry Farm" and "Quarry Farm Gardener's Notes" by Emily Herring Wilson. Quarry Farm is the Connecticut home of Nancy Susan Reynolds.)
    • Reynolda House  (1989) box 13 folder 5 (This folder contains correspondence and materials regarding the proposed gift by Charlotte and Phil Hanes to Reynolda House. Correspondents include Barbara Millhouse, Nicholas Bragg, Charlotte and Philip Hanes, Weston P. Hatfield, and Frank M. Bell, Jr.)
    • R.J. Reynolds/Planters LifeSavers Executive Leadership Dinner (February, undated) box 13 folder 10
    • R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company clippings and related materials  (1987) box 13 folder 7 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding RJR's move from Winston-Salem to Atlanta, the gift of the headquarters building to WFU, and the relocation of Planters/LifeSavers in Winston-Salem. Correspondents include F. Ross Johnson, Gene Hooks, J. Tylee Wilson, Edward A. Horrigan, Jr., Charles B. Wade, Jr., Michael M. Masterpool, Martin L. Orlowsky, Harold L. Henderson, Gerald Long, and David B. Fishel.)
    • R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company correspondence  (1985-1986) box 13 folder 6 (Correspondents include Patricia J. Shore and Leter Pullen.)
    • R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company materials  (1988-1989) box 13 folder 8-9 (Correspondents include John Polychron, James P. Giles, John L. Bacon, Dolph W. von Arx, J. Tylee Wilson, F. Hudnall Christopher, Jr., F. Ross Johnson, J. Paul Sticht, Henry R. Kravis, Wayne Calloway, James W. Johnston, Edward A. Horrigan, Henry R. Kravis, Christopher Hudnall, Louis V. Gerstner.)
    • Scales, James Ralph
      • Annual reports  (1975-1982) box 13 folder 11
      • Correspondence box 13 folder 12 (This folder contains correspondence regarding job searches and resumes, 1973-1982.)
      • Portrait  (1988) box 13 folder 13 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the portrait of Scales commissioned by Ray Goodbred of Charleston, SC.)
      • Correspondence with TKH (1983 August-1990 April) box 13 folder 15
      • Speech transcripts box 13 folder 14 (This folder contains speeches and remarks by Scales September 1967 - August 1982.)
    • School of Medicine Organization and Policies handbook  (1983) box 29 folder 30-31
    • Sesquicentennial: Founders' Day Convocation program  (1984 February 3) box 13 folder 16
    • Sesquicentennial: "Pro Humanitate: The Sesquicentennial Story" booklet box 13 folder 17
    • Silas Creek Parkway extension materials  (1983-1984) box 13 folder 18 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to the Silas Creek Parkway Extension, including the Silas Creek Parkway Extension: Corridor Study, August 1983. Correspondents include Mayor Wayne A. Corpening, John A. Donnelloy, Martha Wood, I. Bryce Gordon, Robert S. Northington, Jr., Fred Hauser, Vivian Burke, John Gallaher, C.C. Hope, Jr., Neal Bedinger, Richard Linville, Mazie Woodruff, James Ziglar, Jeanette Carl, William R. Roberson, Billy Rose, and T.L. Waters.)
    • Silas Creek Parkway extension materials  (1985-1989) box 13 folder 19 (Correspondents include W. R. Roberson, Jr., Charles M. Shelton, James E. Harrington, George E. Wells, David L. Squires, Tracy L. Hill, Carl C. Moses, Mayor Wayne Corpening, Bryce A. Stuart, and Pat Swann.)
    • Silas Creek extension environmental impact statement  (1986 December) box 13 folder 20-21
    • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Reaffirmation Committee report  (1986) box 29 folder 11
    • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Self Study  (1994-1995) box 13 folder 22 (Correspondents include Gerald D. Lord, James T. Rogers, Richard L. Morrill, and Ronald J. Sheehy.)
    • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Self Study  (1996) box 13 folder 23 (Correspondents include James T. Rogers, Ross A. Griffith, Richard L. Morrill, and Gerald D. Lord.)
    • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Self Study  (1997) box 13 folder 24 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the SACS Institutional Self-Study, including a final draft of the SACS Visiting Team's Compliance Report. Correspondents include Grace L. Ali, Richard L. Morrill, and Gerald D. Lord.)
    • Standards and Accountability Commission (undated) box 13 folder 25
    • Student Life Greeks: Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity correspondence  (1986-1990) box 14 folder 38
    • Student Life Greeks: Kappa Alpha Fraternity correspondence  (1988) box 14 folder 37
    • Student Life: Libraries memorandums  (1986-1990) box 14 folder 36
    • Student Life: VP for Instructional Resources correspondence  (1988-1990) box 14 folder 39
    • Student Government Resolution of Appreciation, Hearn Scholarship for Excellence in Leadership and Services  (1993 fall) box 29 folder 37
    • Student organizations, convocation invitation letter  (1984 January) box 34 folder 5
    • Student publications correspondence  (1983-1990) box 14 folder 40
    • Thomas K. Hearn Jr. Plaza Dedication program and news release  (2006 October 12) box 12 folder 51
    • "TKTV" broadcast specials proposals and correspondence  (1988) box 29 folder 45
    • "To Dream with One Eye Open" ten-year report booklets  (1993) box 32 folder 2
    • Traffic planning  (1968-1980) box 13 folder 26 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding traffic planning for the WFU campus 1968-1980. Correspondents include E. Gwyn McNeil, John Gold, Floyd Burge, Jr., Virginia L. Sams, Albert H. Coleman, Richard N. Davis, Edward R. Green, Donald F. Holcomb, C. C. Ross, Sr., Carl H. Russell, Sr., Ernestine Wilson, Carl Horn, Jr., Roy D. Williams, Orville Powell, Bryce Stuart, Kenneth C. Kroohs, R. E. Noftle, and Mayor Wayne Corpening.)
    • Transit  (1997-2001) box 13 folder 27 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the Transit 2001 Commission of NC, for which Hearn served as Chair, including the Executive Summary, January 1997. Correspondents include Governor James B. Hunt, Jr.)
    • Treasurer: Reynolda Village correspondence  (1984-1988) box 14 folder 42
    • Treasurer: World Headquarters building donation materials  (1987-1989) box 14 folder 41
    • University of Alabama at Birmingham materials box 13 folder 28
    • University Center  (1984-1987) box 13 folder 29 (This folder contains a memorandum from John Anderson to Lu Leake regarding the University Center Study, October 22, 1984.)
    • University Center  (1988-1989) box 13 folder 30 (This folder contains materials and correspondence related to the groundbreaking and construction of the University Center. Correspondents include James M. and Sally Hall, John M. Kane, James E. Cross, Jr., and James N. McLaughlin.)
    • University Relations
      • Reynolds Family materials  (1983-1985) box 14 folder 43
      • Gray Family correspondence  (1984-1987) box 14 folder 44
      • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation materials  (1985-1989) box 14 folder 45
      • Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation correspondence  (1984-1989) box 14 folder 46
      • Divinity School development  (1988-1990) box 14 folder 47
      • University relations reorientation materials  (1991) box 34 folder 7
    • Vice-President and Offices Reporting to the President  (1983-1984) box 13 folder 31 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding WFU administration during Hearn's first year as president.)
    • Wake Forest Baptist Church  (1984-1988) box 14 folder 48
    • Wake Forest Club of Boston reception invitation  (1994 March) box 13 folder 32
    • "Wake Forest in the 21st Century" presidential paper and related memorandums regarding governance and finances  (2000-2002) box 29 folder 42
    • WF College Birthplace box 13 folder 34 (This folder contains materials and correspondence regarding the Calvin Jones House and the Wake Forest College Birthplace Society, 1963-1985. Correspondents include James Ralph Scales, Christopher Crittenden, Ethel Taylor Crittenden, James E. Cross, Jr., E.E. Folk, Julian B. Prosser, Jr., Thomas J. Byrne, O.L. Cross, Pauline E. Binkley, E.S. Goepper, Joan Braswell, Tom Lassiter, and Mrs. George C. Mackie.)
    • Wake Forest College Day  (1992 March 22) box 13 folder 35
    • Walk to Cure Diabetes appreciation certificate  (2004 June 23) box 13 folder 38
    • Winston-Salem Alliance correspondence and board members list (2001, 2005) box 13 folder 39
    • Year of Religion in American Life scrapbook  (1997-1998) box 29 folder 32-35
  • Writings and publications  (1964-2002)
    • Early publications
      • "The Radical Theology: A Philosophical Perspective," Anglican Theological Review, vol. L, no. 4, p. 342.  (1968 October) box 14 folder 13
      • Norman Kemp Smith on "Natural Belief," Southern Journal of Philosophy, vol. 7, no. 1, p. 3.  (1969 Spring) box 14 folder 12
      • "General Rules" in Hume's Treatise, Journal of the History of Philosophy, vol. 8, no. 4  (1970 October) box 14 folder 19
      • "Jesus Was A Sissy After All," The Christian Century, vol. 87, no. 40  (1970 October 7) box 14 folder 5
      • "On Tolerance," The Southern Journal of Philosophy, vol. 8, nos. 2-3, p. 223.  (1970 Summer and Fall) box 14 folder 11
      • "Essentialism," Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society, p. 22  (1972 November) box 14 folder 20
      • "Higher Education Today," The Academic Review: A Student Evaluation of the Undergraduate Curriculum of the College of William and Mary  (1972-1973) box 14 folder 18
      • "Macintyre and Hudson on Hume," Critical Analysis, vol. 4, no. 4, p. 153  (1973 January/April) box 14 folder 16
      • "Ardal on the Moral Sentiments in Hume's Treatise," Philosophy: The Journal of the Royal Institute of PHilosophy, vol. 48, no. 185, p. 288  (1973 July) box 14 folder 17
      • "Summary and Comments on 'Ethics Without God' by Nielsen, K.," The Review of Metaphysics, vol. 28, no. 2 (TKH contributed to book)  (1974 December) box 14 folder 21
      • "Making Sweetbreads Do: Robert Frost and Moral Empiricism," The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters, vol. 49, no. 1, p. 65  (1976 March) box 14 folder 14
      • "General Rules and the Moral Sentiments in Hume's Treatise," The Review of Metaphysics, vol. 30, no. 1  (1976 September) box 14 folder 15
      • Prayers by A. C. Reid  (circa 1977) box 14 folder 6
      • Comments on "The Ethical Responsibilities at Issue" by E. Maynard Adams, Human Tissue for In Vitro Research: An Analysis of the Scientist's Responsibility in the Acquisition and Utilization of Human Tissue for In Vitro Research, p. 17  (1977) box 14 folder 10
      • "The Arts and the American Consciousness," Proceedings: The Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting, National Association of Schools of Music, Colorado Springs, Colorado, no. 67, p. 39  (1978 April) box 14 folder 9
      • Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act and Related Measures, Part 4, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives  (1979 May) box 14 folder 7
      • "Moralism and the Teaching of Moral Philosophy," Teaching Philosophy, vol. 3, no. 1, p. 51  (1979 Spring) box 14 folder 8
      • "Living Forward, Thinking Backward: Higher Education and the Future of Alabama's Economy" pamphlet (circa 1980-1984) box 14 folder 22
    • "Abortion," draft (circa 1964-1974) box 7 folder 31
    • "Education," draft (circa 1964-1984) box 7 folder 32
    • "Subjective Naturalism" (circa 1964-1974) box 7 folder 33
    • "On Tolerance," Southern Journal of Philosophy  (1970 Summer and Fall) box 7 folder 35
    • "Jesus Was A Sissy After All," The Christian Century   (1970 October 7) box 14 folder 5
    • "Ardal on the Moral Sentiments in Hume's 'Treatise,'" Philosophy, vol. 48  (1973) box 7 folder 36
    • "Personhood and Abortion" (circa 1974-1984) box 7 folder 37
    • "Healthcare and the Social Crisis," for inclusion in Socialized Medicine by Robert L. Perkins, with correspondence  (1975-1977) box 7 folder 39
    • "Making Sweetbreads Do: Robert Frost and Moral Empiricism," The New England Quarterly, vol. 49, no. 1, with handwritten notes  (1976 March) box 7 folder 40
    • "The Arts in Education," POTLUC FORUM, University of Alabama in Birmingham, vol. 5, no. 3, p. 3-5  (1978 Summer) box 7 folder 41
    • "Some Comments on Ethical Relativism," three drafts  (1979) box 7 folder 42 (With a syllabus for an ARTS mini course, "Philosopher At Work: A Look at the Academic Discipline of Philosophy and Ethical Relativism: Some Notes.")
    • "Windows and Doors," Forum for Liberal Education, vol. 6, no. 6, p. 2-4, published by Association of American Colleges  (1984 March-June) box 7 folder 43 (With a manuscript with corrections and a letter from editor Peggy Brown.)
    • Writings (circa 1984-1998) box 31 folder 10
    • "Sports and Ethics: The University Response," Vital Speeches of the Day, vol. 55, no. 1, p. 20-22  (1988 June, October) box 7 folder 38 (Speech delivered to the College Football Association, Dallas, Texas, June 5, 1988.)
    • Review of "Forbidden Fruit: The Ethics of Humanism," Paul Kurtz, in Teaching Philosophy 12:4, p. 431-433  (1989 December) box 7 folder 44 (With a galley proof dated October 27, 1989.)
    • Guest columns and essays  (1990-1994) box 7 folder 45
    • Interviews and essays  (1999-2000) box 7 folder 46
    • Leadership chapter outlines, draft, and notes  (2002) box 31 folder 6
    • "Where the Culture Clash is Leading College Sports"  (2002 November-December) box 7 folder 47
    • Leaves from a President's Book, essays 1-40 (circa 1983-2000) box 29 folder 48-49
    • Leaves from a President's Book, essays 41-103  (1990-2001) box 31 folder 1-5

Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Hearn, Thomas K., Jr., 1937-2008
Title
Office of the President. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. Records
ID
RG1.12
Date [inclusive]
1903-2008
Quantity
26 record cartons, 2 document boxes, 6 oversize boxes
Extent
46.64  Linear Feet

Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, 2009 January
Revision Description
Revised by Stephanie Bennett, Katie Lawrence, and Justin Cabiltes, 2021
Conditions Governing Access note
Collection is open for research, with the exception of a limited amount of correspondence and a box of appointment books. Restricted materials will be opened 50 years after Hearn's death, in 2058. 
Copyright Statement
The nature of the WFU Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The Archives and Special Collections of ZSR Library claims only physical ownership of most materials. The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to the U.S. Copyright Law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source. 
Preferred Citation
Office of the President. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. Records (RG 1.12), Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. 

The following items were removed form the collection and added to the University Artifacts Collection (RG14): Black and burgundy hat (with picture) WFU bronze seal Pro Humanitate Society box and medal WFU Pocket watch West Point Superintendent medal Father Theodore M. Hesburgh gold coin Guangxi Normal University gold coin Silver egg shaped object with writing T. K. Hearn, Jr.'s five-year presidency glass object ACC 50th Anniversary glass object Matsumae Prize Corporate Leadership Award glass decanter Toni Benetton gold medal Japanese tapestry T. K. Hearn, Jr. medallion for his honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Tokai University, Tokyo, Japan

Two volumes, Report of the Study for the Found Foundation on Policy and Program, November 1949, with H. W. Tribble's name inside, and Reports of the Knight Foundation Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, March 1991-Mach 1993, were removed for cataloging.

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