The Protests > President Kirk's Office Occupied
Students occupying President Kirk's office.
Notes, written on Office of the President memo paper, taken by occupying students who rifled through President Kirk's files looking for incriminating evidence against him. The 1966 dates refer to the evidence in the files found by the students.
Corner of Grayson Kirk's desk top after the police bust.
Letter from Aaron Frishberg to Ed Boorstein, April 27, 1968. This is just one example of several letters composed on Office of the President stationary that were sent from occupying students to friends and family members. This particular letter was initially post-marked April 29, 1968 and ultimately returned to sender on April 30.
Press Release from the President's Office of Liberated Columbia University, April 25, 1968.