Kay Clifford papers: 1945-2010 (bulk 1954-1964)
Kay Clifford papers
Clifford, Kay, 1947-
1 linear foot
Kay Clifford is a University of Michigan alumnus and a member of the first Peace Corps volunteer group which served in Uganda from 1969-1971. Found in the collection are materials that were collected by Clifford and by Bonnie A. Harris McKenna, a Peace Corps volunteer who received her training at the University of Michigan and served in Thailand. Collection includes materials that were used for the University of Michigan’s 2010 exhibit, “U-M and the Peace Corps: It All Started Here”-- early Peace Corps publications, Thai language training materials, materials created specifically for the exhibit, a commemorative DVD, and volunteer ephemera.
2017001 Aa 2
The material is in English and Thai.
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1150 Beal Ave.Finding aid created by Julia Teran, January 2017.
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Access and Use
Donated by Kay Clifford (donor no. 11052) in January 2014.
This collection is open without restriction.
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[item], folder, box, Kay Clifford papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
The collection is arranged into one series: Peace Corps (1945-2010).
Kay Clifford graduated from the University of Michigan in 1969 and was part of the first Peace Corps volunteer group trained in Uganda, serving there from 1969-1971. While serving in Uganda, she taught English at a secondary school for girls run by Italian nuns. Clifford later served as the Associate Director of the University of Michigan’s International Center, briefly acting as the Interim Director. During her time as Associate Director for the International Center, Clifford served in the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA) as the Chair of the Council of Advisors for Foreign Students and Scholars (CAFSS) from 1995-1996. She was also a member of the steering committee, and Program Coordinator, for the University of Michigan’s 50th Anniversary celebration of the Peace Corps in 2010. She collected materials for the celebration, which were used to create the exhibit, “U-M and the Peace Corps: It All Started Here.”
Bonnie A. Harris McKenna was a Peace Corps volunteer who received her training at the University of Michigan. She served in Thailand as a medical technician from 1962-1964, primarily serving in the town of Ratchaburi, but also spending part of 1963 working in Vietnam.
Collection Scope and Content Note
The Kay Clifford papers comprise 1 linear foot of materials spanning the years 1945 to 2010. The papers contain materials which were collected for the University of Michigan’s 2010 exhibit, “U-M and the Peace Corps: It All Started Here,” celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Peace Corps, and include early Peace Corps publications, Thai language training materials, and materials created specifically for the exhibit. A significant portion of the collection consists of materials donated to Kay Clifford by Bonnie A. Harris McKenna for the exhibit on the 50th Anniversary of the Peace Corps. These materials were acquired during McKenna’s training at U of M and while she was active in the Peace Corps.
This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.
- Thai language.
- Thai language materials -- Bilingual.
- Thai language -- Readers.
- English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.
- English language -- Study and teaching -- Thai speakers.
- Video recordings.
- Peace Corps (U.S.)
- University of Michigan. Peace Corps Office.
- Peace Corps (U.S.)
- McKenna, Bonnie A. Harris.
Additional Descriptive Data
Researchers interested in the University of Michigan’s involvement with the Peace Corps may want to consult the Bentley Historical Library’s following related collections:
Media Resources Center (University of Michigan) records, Films and Videotapes series, David Giltrow photograph collection, President (University of Michigan) records, Topical Files series (1980-2005), and WUOM records.
Researchers interested in the University of Michigan International Center or the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers may want to consult the Bentley Historical Library’s following related collections:
International Center (University of Michigan) records, and News and Information Services (University of Michigan) records, Topical Files series (1971-2002), and Press Release File series (1945-1958).