Louis H. Douglas papers, 1957–1999
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Brief Description: The Louis H. Douglas papers document the career of Douglas and the lecture series that was named after him at Kansas State University. Included are photographs of Douglas and speakers at the lecture series, as well as additional documentation regarding his time as a political science professor at Kansas State University from 1949–1977 and the Lou Douglas Lecture Series that began in 1980.
Held at:
Morse Department of Special Collections
Email: libsc [at] ksu.edu
Created by: Douglas, Louis H.
Volume: 0.5 Linear Feet
Acquired: 06/06/2003.
Biographical Note for Douglas, Louis H. : Louis H. Douglas was a political science professor at Kansas State University from 1949 to 1977 and received emeritus status after his retirement. He was a founder of the UFM Community Learning Center (UFM) and served on the board until his death in 1979. He spent much of his retirement helping UFM develop its programs. In 1980, UFM inaugurated the Lou Douglas Lecture Series in his honor and with the goal to extend understanding of public policies that can further democratize society.
Access Restrictions: No access restrictions: All materials are available for research.
Subject Index
Kansas State University history
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
Rights/Use Restrictions: The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.
Physical Access Notes: Original materials available during open hours of repository and online digitized materials are available with Internet access.
Acquisition Notes: University for Man  Records transfer.
PreferredCitation: [Item title], [item date], Louis H. Douglas papers, Box 1, Folder [number], Morse Department of Special Collections, Kansas State University Libraries.
Finding Aid Revisions: Revised in 2016 to conform with archival description standards.