This collection of documents generally referred to as "press releases" chronicles the activities, events, individuals, and organizations associated with the University of Montana in Missoula (UM). Releases were sent by UM's University Relations office to various media for broadcast and publication. The online collection currently contains releases from 1928 and from 1956-to the present. (Note: UM was named Montana State University from 1935-1965.) Physical copies of all extant releases through 2009 are held by the Mansfield Library’s Archives and Special Collections.

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Submissions from 1956

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Water Resources Conference to include Leland Olds as a contributor, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

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Walter Van Tilburg Clark will lecture and read manuscripts at the Montana State University writers' conference, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

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Gordon B. Castle, Catherine Chadwick, and Kathleen Campbell appointed to the Library Development Project sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Library Association, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

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The New York Life Insurance Company purchases Montana State University revenue bonds, allowing for dormitory extension, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

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Various items regarding Montana State University faculty and staff, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

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Warren C. Lovinger, former Montana State University student, is named president of Central Missouri State College, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

Submissions from 1928

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Figures from the office of the Chancellor of the Greater University of Montana show college graduates stay and work in Montana, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations

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Figures from the office of the Chancellor of the Greater University of Montana show college graduate statistics gathered over the past 30 years, University of Montana--Missoula. Office of University Relations