Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections
Series: 8) VIETNAM PROJECT. 1955-1971, 1981, n.d. [1955-1960]
Box 1694 Folder 2 Correspondence, May-December 1959
(Partially scanned folder | 5 records)
May 18th,1959
Howard Hoyt forwards to Mrs. George Kimball a copy of the speech he gave on the day of the memorial for George Kimball after his death. He includes in the letter a description of the memorial.
July 15th,1959
Ralph Turner of MSUG and Arthur Brandstatter, Director of the MSU School of Police Administration and Public Safety, correspond from mid-July to the end of September, 1959. They discusspersonnel contracts, resignations, and visits, problems with Howard Hoyt's administration tactics, general future plans of the division, public dissatisfaction with MSU, lack of information about the Participant Training Program, Turner's travel experiences, new tentative training courses for police administration, and family matters.
October 5th,1959
Ralph Turner of MSUG and Arthur Brandstatter, Director of the MSU School of Police Administration and Public Safety, correspond throughout October, 1959. They discuss personnel contracts, resignations, and visits, public dissatisfaction with MSUG, staff field trips around Vietnam, general future plans of the division, job descriptions, problems with the communications program, which police administration programs shall remain, and family matters.
November 2nd,1959
Ralph Turner of MSUG and Arthur Brandstatter, Director of the MSU School of Police Administration and Public Safety, correspond throughout November, 1959. They discuss personnel contracts, resignations, and visits, general administration of the division, negative press reports about the project, updates on the Lyman Rundlett case, administration of the Participant Training Program, and family matters.
December 10th,1959
Ralph Turner of MSUG and Arthur Brandstatter, Director of the MSU School of Police Administration and Public Safety, correspond throughout December, 1959. They discuss personnel contracts, resignations, and visits, general administration of the division, the expiration of the MSU contract, recent staff meetings, updates on the Lyman Rundlett case, and family matters.