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The Papers of the World Affairs Council
of Greater Hampton Roads

 

Historical Sketch

The World Affairs Council (WAC) of Greater Hampton Roads is a non-profit educational organization furnishing community services and programs unduplicated by other agencies in the area. The purpose of the WAC is to promote education, study, discussion, and understanding of world affairs, including all aspects of relations among peoples of the world, and of United States' foreign policy.

The foundations of the World Affairs Council (WAC) of Greater Hampton Roads were established by the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, which sponsored the Norfolk Regional Foreign Policy Conference with the Department of State. This conference, held on November 21-22, 1968, attracted 450 business and government leaders from Virginia and North Carolina and 400 Virginia college students.

Beginning in January 1969, the Chamber sponsored a World Affairs Program Series in order to measure interest in the formation of World Affairs Council. As a result of the World Affairs Program Series, a nucleus of 150 persons, representing most of Hampton Road' cities, were identified as supporters for the establishment of a World Affairs Council.

This group elected a temporary executive committee and charged them with establishing WAC. After a series of public sessions to provide a guideline for the programming and activities of the Council, a charter was submitted to the State Corporation Commission and was validated on May 8, 1969.

Scope and Contents

The papers of the World Affairs Council of Hampton Roads date from 1968 to 2006. The collection contains organizational and business related material, event flyers and programs, membership information, correspondence, and some photos. Items related to sister and parent organizations, including correspondence and event materials, are included.

Series Descriptions

 

The collection is broken down into the following series: Series I: 1960s; Series II: 1970s; Series III: 1980s; Series IV: 1990s; and Series V: 2000s. Each series is further broken down into sub-series by topic.

Series I: 1960s.  This series relates to the World Affairs Council in the 1960s. Essentially, this series involves the formation of the Council and its first events in 1968 and 1969. This series is further broken down into the following sub-series: Sub-series A: Organization; Sub-series B: Business; Sub-series C: Correspondence; Sub-series D: Membership; Sub-series E: Programs and Events; and Sub-series F: Miscellaneous.

Sub-series A: Organization.  This sub-series contains the original by-laws for the World Affairs Council and historical information about the organization, including a chronology of the formation of the Council.

Sub-series B: Business. This sub-series contains meeting announcements, minutes, board and officer nominations, and committee reports.

Sub-series C: Correspondence.  This sub-series contains general correspondence of the World Affairs Council in 1968 and 1969, as well as correspondence related to its programs and advisory board.

Sub-series D: Membership.  This sub-series contains World Affairs Council mailing lists from 1969 and membership invitations and brochures.

Sub-series E: Programs and Events.  This sub-series contains information on programs and events hosted by the World Affairs Council in 1968 and 1969, and other business of the Program Committee. Material includes committee minutes, program flyers, event schedules, correspondence to speakers, and biographical material about speakers. Events include the Norfolk Foreign Policy Conference and the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce Speakers Series that originally developed an interest in forming the Council.

Sub-series F: Miscellaneous.  This sub-series contains material that does not fit easily into the other sub-series. Material includes information on other world affairs councils, lists of films and publications, miscellaneous notes, and other such material.

Series II: 1970s.  This series relates to the World Affairs Council in the 1970s. It is broken down into the following sub-series: Sub-series A: Organization; Sub-series B: Business; Sub-series C: Correspondence; Sub-series D: Membership; Sub-series E: Programs and Events; Sub-series F: Publicity and Publications; and Sub-series G: Miscellaneous.
 
Sub-series A: Organization.  This sub-series contains by-laws, policies, fact sheets, and historical information that relate to the World Affairs Council in the 1970s.

Sub-series B: Business.  This sub-series contains meeting announcements, minutes, committee reports, and related material from the 1970s.

Sub-series C: Correspondence.  This sub-series contains World Affairs Council correspondence from the 1970s.

Sub-series D: Membership.  This sub-series contains membership and mailing lists, membership invitations, brochures, and applications from the 1970s.

Sub-series E: Programs and Events.  This sub-series contains flyers, schedules, and correspondence with speakers, biographic material about speakers, event schedules, and other material related to World Affairs Council events during the 1970s.

Sub-series F: Publicity and Publications.  This sub-series contains a publicity handbook, press releases, and publications by or about the Council, newsletters, and newspaper clippings from the 1970s.

Sub-series G: Miscellaneous. This sub-series contains material that does not easily fit into the other sub-series. These include information on other world affairs councils, interest surveys, stationary, a media diplomatic list, and miscellaneous notes from the 1970s.

Series III: 1980s.  This series relates to the World Affairs Council in the 1980s. It is broken down into the following sub-series: Sub-series A: Organization; Sub-series B: Business; Sub-series C: Correspondence; Sub-series D: Membership; Sub-series E: Programs and Events; Sub-series F: Budget and Finance; Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications; Sub-series H: Miscellaneous; and Sub-series I: Photos. 

Sub-series A: Organization.  This sub-series contains by-laws, articles of incorporation, historical information, fact sheets, and pages from a notebook on World Affairs Council business.

Sub-series B: Business.  This sub-series contains meeting announcements and minutes, as well as advisory board and nominating committee business.

Sub-series C: Correspondence.   This sub-series contains general correspondence for the World Affairs Council from 1980 to 1989.

Sub-series D: Membership.  This sub-series contains address cards, membership lists and rosters, board rosters, information on corporate members, membership brochures, policies and dues information, business of the Membership Committee, a membership survey, and reports to the membership for the 1980s.

Sub-series E: Programs and Events.  This sub-series contains event schedules, flyers, and programs, correspondence to speakers, and biographic material about speakers. 1980s events include speakers, discussion series, lectures, conferences, and the 1989 20th Anniversary celebration for the World Affairs Council of Hampton Roads.

Sub-series F: Budget and Finance.  This sub-series contains draft agreements between the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce and WAC and scholarship fund information.

Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications.  This sub-series contains the business of the publicity committee, press releases, material to be printed, and newspaper clippings from the 1980s.

Sub-series H: Miscellaneous.  This sub-series contains material that doesn't easily fit into the other sub-series. Included in this section are notes, material from other world affairs councils, booklets and articles on Soviet - U.S. diplomacy, and other miscellaneous material.

Sub-series I: Photos.  This sub-series contains photos from the U.S. - Soviet meeting at Old Dominion University on September 2, 1988.

Series IV: 1990s.  This series relates to the World Affairs Council in the 1990s. It is further broken down into the following sub-series. Sub-series A: Organization; Sub-series B: Business; Sub-series C: Budget and Finance; Sub-series D: Programs and Events; Sub-series E: Membership; Sub-series F: Correspondence; and Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications; Sub-series H: Photos; and Sub-series I: Miscellaneous.

Sub-series A: Organization.  This sub-series contains by-laws, information about incorporation, and a few sheets on the goals and purpose of the World Affairs Council.

Sub-series B: Business.  This sub-series includes meeting announcements, minutes, and agendas, board and committee business, and strategic plans for the 1990s.

Sub-series C: Correspondence.  This sub-series contains general correspondence of the World Affairs Council from 1990 to 1999.

Sub-series D: Membership.  This sub-series contains membership lists and rosters from 1990 to 2000, lists of board, corporate, and special memberships, membership brochures and dues information, and reports to the membership from 1992 to 1998.

Sub-series E: Programs and Events.  This sub-series contains event flyers, schedules, and programs, correspondence to speakers, biographic information on speakers, and other Program Committee business. Events include the annual Azalea Festival, the Corporate Luncheon Series, Great Decisions, the World Affairs Council monthly speaker series, and the World Affairs Council 25th Anniversary celebration.

Sub-series F: Budget and Finance.  This sub-series contains tax and audit information.

Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications.  This sub-series contains business of the publicity committee, newspaper clippings, the 1992 Great Decisions magazine, the 1994 Annual Report booklet for the Association of International Practical Training, and a 1994-95 newsletter for the Foreign Policy Association.

Sub-series H: Photos.  This sub-series contains photos from 1990 events of the World Affairs Council at Old Dominion University and at the Norfolk Airport Hilton.

Sub-series I: VHS Tapes. This sub-series contains VHS Tapes of speakers and events from the 1990s.

Sub-series J: Miscellaneous.   This sub-series contains miscellaneous material from the 1990s that does not easily fit into other sub-series.

Series V: 2000s.  This series relates to the World Affairs Council in the 2000s. It is further broken down into the following sub-series. Sub-series A: Organization; Sub-series B: Business; Sub-series C: Correspondence; Sub-series D: Membership; Sub-series E: Programs and Events; Sub-series F: Budget and Finance; Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications; Sub-series H: Miscellaneous; Sub-series I: Photos; and Sub-series J: Over-sized items.

Sub-series A: Organization.  This sub-series contains the WAC Bylaws.

Sub-Series B: Business.  Contains documents related to organizational business, including annual reports, notes on relocation, notes on archiving, meeting minutes, nominating committee correspondence, educational initiatives, and potential programs. Organized alphabetically.

Sub-series C: Correspondence.  This sub-series contains general correspondence of the World Affairs Council.

Sub-series D: Membership.  This sub-series contains membership lists and rosters from 2000s, directories, lists of board, corporate, and special memberships, membership brochures and dues information, and reports to the membership.

Sub-Series E: Programs & Events.  This sub-series contains event flyers, schedules, and other papers related to programs, speakers, and events sponsored or participated in by WAC, including WorldQuest, Great Decisions, and the Azalea Festival. Includes speaker biographies, notes on potential programs, correspondence related to events, brochures, and venue information. Arranged chronologically.

Sub-series F: Budget and Finance.  Contains budget, treasurer’s reports, grant applications, and information related to taxes, invoices, deposits, and audits. Spans 2001-06. Arranged in alphabetic, then chronological order.

Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications.  Contains newspaper articles related to speakers hosted by WAC in 2000s, press releases, and newsletters.

Sub-series H: Miscellaneous.   Contains information on WAC missions to Jordan, Cyprus, Taiwan, Tunisia, and Egypt, StatComm intelligence briefings, flyers from other councils, and notes from national events. Also includes letters of congratulations from significant statespersons including Colin Powell.

Sub-series I: Photos.  Contains speaker headshots and photographs from some WAC events.

Sub-series J: VHS Tapes. This sub-series contains VHS Tapes of speakers and events from the 2000s.

Sub-series K:  Oversize. This sub-series contains over-sized items including a Proclamation of World Affairs Council of Great Hampton Roads Day and newspapers.

Provenance

On behalf of the World Affairs Council - A Gift of Dr. Polly Wise, M.D., Council Historian, and Raynor A.K. Taylor, President, and the many members who had saved these historic memories of the Council's activities and contributions to Hampton Roads. March 2002.

Access

Open to researchers without restrictions. Questions on literary property rights should be directed to the Special Collections Librarian.

Size

44 Hollinger Document Cases and 2 half Hollinger Document Cases, 18.77 linear feet.

Collection Number

MG 65

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item], Box [number], Folder [number and title], The Papers of the World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads, Special Collections and University Archives, Patricia W. and J. Douglas Perry Library, Old Dominion University Libraries, Norfolk, VA 23529.

 

Container Listing

Series I: 1960s

Sub-series A: Organization

Box 1

1.  Establishment of WAC
2.  By-laws 1960s
3.  History
4.  1969-Historical

Sub-series B: Business

5.   WAC Sub-committee Report (1968)
6.   Meeting Announcements 1969
7.   Minutes 1969
8.   WAC V.I.P. Hosts Committee (1969)
9.   Board Nominations

Sub-series C: Correspondence

10.   WAC Correspondence General to 1969
11.   Program Correspondence 1969
12.   WAC Advisory Board Correspondence 1969

Sub-series D: Membership

13.   Mailing Lists 1960s
14.   Membership Letter

Sub-series E: Programs and Events
 
15.  Chamber of Commerce Programs 1960s
16.  WAC Program - February 13, 1969 Event – Hoyt N. Ware, U.S. Department of State
17.  WAC Program - March 6, 1969 Event – Dr. Ernst Lemberger, Ambassador from Austria

Box 2

1.  WAC Event - September 16, 1969 – Panel led by Dr. E. Grant Meade
2.  WAC Program - October 9, 1969 – Robert E. Culbertson, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter American Affairs
3.  WAC Event - December 4, 1969 – Chief of Naval Operations Briefing Team
4.  Foreign Policy Association (1969)
5.  Norfolk Foreign Policy Conference (I)
6.  Norfolk Foreign Policy Conference (II)

Sub-series F: Miscellaneous

7.  Misc. - Notes 1960s
8.  WAC Miscellaneous

Series II: 1970s
 
Sub-series A: Organization

9.  By-laws 1970s
10.  WAC Policy 1970s
11.  Fact Sheets & History 1970s

Sub-series B: Business

12.  WAC Executive Committee 1970s
13.  Meeting Announcements 1970s
14.  Minutes 1970s
15.  Meetings 11/ 16/ 72
16.  WAC Telephone Committee
17.  Nominating Committee 1970s

Sub-series C: Correspondence

Box 3

1.  General Correspondence 1970
2.  General Correspondence 1971
3.  General Correspondence 1972
4.  General Correspondence 1973
5.  General Correspondence 1974
6.  General Correspondence 1976
7.  General Correspondence 1977
8.  General Correspondence 1978
9.  General Correspondence 1979
10.  Program Correspondence 1970s
11.  WAC Advisory Board Correspondence 1970s
12.  L.S. Parsons - Correspondence
13.  Correspondence - Bruce Powell

 Sub-series D: Membership

14.  Membership and Mailing Lists I 1970s
15.  Membership and Mailing Lists II 1970s
16.  Membership Brochures 1970s
17.  Membership Letters & Applications 1970s

Sub-series E: Programs and Events

Box 4

1.  Programs 1970s
2.  WAC Event - January 22, 1970 – Leo J. Reddy, U.S. Department of State
3.  WAC Event – February 26, 1970 – Corneliu Bogdan, Ambassador from Romania
4.  WAC Event – April 30, 1970 – Hans Heinrich Noebel, Minister and Deputy Ambassador from Germany
5.  WAC Event – May 17, 1970 – John S. Badeau, Director, Middle East Institute, Columbia University
6.  WAC Program - September 18, 1970 – Dr. Ralph L. Powell, Professor of Far Eastern Studies, American University
7.  WAC Event - October 29, 1970 – C. F. Baldwin, U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia
8.  WAC Event – November 17, 1970 – In Nhel and Uk Someth, Cambodian Nationalists
9.  WAC Special Event - November 17, 1970 - Cambodians
10.  WAC Event - November 24, 1970 – Col. Robert L. Houston, President, Canada Japan Trade Association
11. WAC Event - December 15, 1970 – G. William Whitehurst, U.S. House of Representatives
12.  WAC Event - January 12, 1971 – Vice Admiral J.E.L. Martin, Royal Navy, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic
13.  WAC Event - February 18, 1971 – Count Reginald de Warren, Counselor, Embassy of France
14.  WAC Event – March 9, 1971 – Yousef Sharara, Counselor, Embassy of India
15.  WAC Event - March 16, 1971 – Yousef H. Ben-Aharon, First Secretary, Embassy of Israel
16.  WAC Event - May 2, 1971 - John S. Badeau, Director, Middle East Institute, Columbia University
17.  WAC Event - May 14, 1971 - G. William Whitehurst, U.S. House of Representatives
18.  WAC Event - September 26, 1972 – Dr. John Bennett, Vice President, World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads
19.  Face to Face - September 1972 Workshop – Citizen Education in World Affairs
20.  WAC Event - October 25, 1972 Event – Major Peter P. Marsh, British Army and Dr. Joseph Toland, Irish Physician
21.  WAC Program - November 16, 1972 – Ambassador Felix Schnyder, Ambassador From Switzerland
22.  WAC Program - November 29, 1972 – Brigadier General Robert Bennett, Senior Military Advisor, Canadian Section of the International Control Commission
23.  WAC Program - February. 6, 1973 – Dr. Norman A. Graebner, University of Virginia
24.  WAC Program - March 13, 1973 – Dr. George Grayson, College of William & Mary
25.  WAC Event – October 17, 1973 – Mrs. Martha C. Mautner, U.S. Department of State
26.  WAC Event - November 28, 1978 – International Group of Supreme Allied Command Atlantic Officers
27.  WAC Event – January 18, 1979 – Baron Berndt von Staden, Ambassador from the Federal Republic of Germany
28.  WAC Event - May 2, 1979 – Peter Riddleberger, World Bank
29.  WAC Event - October 25, 1979 – Panel Discussion with Dr. Thomas Blossom and Dr. José Simón
30.  WAC Event - December 4, 1979 – Ambassador Chai Zamin, Ambassador from People’s Republic of China

Sub-series F: Publicity and Publications

31.  Publicity (1970s)
32.  Publications - Printing
33.  Publications - Misc.
34.  WAC Newsletter 1970s
35.  Newspaper Clippings 1970s

 Sub-series G: Miscellaneous

Box 5

1.  Interest Surveys and Recommendations 1970s
2.  Misc. - Notes 1970s
3.  Taxes 1970s
4.  World Affairs Councils 1970s


Series III: 1980s

Sub-series A: Organization

5.  By-laws 1980s Part I
6.  By-laws 1980s Part II
7.  Articles of Incorporation 1980s
8.  World Affairs Council Report to Members
9.  World Affairs Council Forms I
10.  World Affairs Council Forms II
11.  History and Facts

Sub-series B: Business

12.  WAC Meeting Announcements 1980s
13.  WAC Minutes 1980
14.  WAC Minutes 1981
15.  WAC Minutes 1982
16.  WAC Minutes 1983

Box 6

1.  WAC Minutes 1984
2.  WAC Minutes and Agendas 1985
3.  WAC Minutes 1986
4.  WAC Minutes 1987
5.  WAC Board Minutes and Notes (1985-87)
6.  WAC Minutes 1988
7.  WAC Minutes 1989
8.  Advisory Council
9.  Nominating Committee 1980s
10.  Membership Committee 1987-1988
11.  Program Committee 1980s – Part I - Business
12.  Program Committee 19802 – Part II - Schedules
13.  Program Committee 1880s – Part III – Speakers
14.  Programming Survey 1986

Sub-series C: Correspondence

15.  Correspondence 1980-81

Box 7

1.  Correspondence 1982-83
2.  Correspondence 1984-85
3.  Correspondence 1986
4.  Correspondence 1987
5.  Correspondence 1988-89

Sub-series D: Membership

6.  Membership Policy
7.  Membership Committee
8.  Membership Drives 1980s
9.  Membership Survey
10.  Membership Brochures
11.  Board Roster 1980s
12.  Corporate Members I
13.  Corporate Members II
14.  Address Cards 1980s

Box 8

1.  Members A-E
2.  Members F-J
3.  Members K-O
4.  Members P-S
5.  Members T-Z
6.  Membership Rosters & Lists 1980s
7.  Reports to the Membership 1980s
8.  Membership Dues 1980s

Sub-series E: Programs and Events

9.  1980 Spring Events
10.  WAC, ODU Visiting Scholar Program, The Center for Research in International Studies, and the Armed Forces Staff College Event – April 22, 1980 – Dean Rusk, Former Secretary of State
11.  WAC Event – June 9, 1980 – Admiral Harry D. Train, Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet
12.  WAC Event – September 23, 1980 – Panel Discussion with Tom Reston, J. William Mittendorf and Allen Blachman
13.  WAC Event – October 24, 1980 – Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Affairs Advisor to the President
14.  WAC Event – October 28, 1980 - Panel Discussion with Alf Mapp, Robert Stern, Sandra Kelly and William Tazwell
15.  WAC Event – November 21, 1980 – General Wenye Zheng, Air Attaché of the Peoples Republic of China
16.  WAC Event – December 16, 1980 – Konsin C. Shah, Representative of the Coordinating Council of North American Affairs for the Peoples Republic of China in Taiwan
17.  WAC Event – January 29, 1981 – Dr. Donald MacDonald, U.S. Department of State
18.  January 31, 1981 – International Forum IX - China
19.  WAC Event – February 18, 1981 – Dr. Terri McNamara, Deputy Assistant, Secretary of State
20.  WAC Event – March 17, 1981 – David C. McGaffey, U.S. Department of State
21.  WAC Event – April 9, 1981 – Frederick Stokeld, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
22.  WAC Event – May 27, 1981 - Yoshio Hatana, Minister of Economic Affairs, Japanese Embassy
23.  WAC Event – July 1, 1981 – Ambassador Ephraim Evron, Ambassador from Israel
24.  The English Speaking Union of The United States Event – September 1, 1981 - Sir Ronald Gardner-Thorpe, Mayor of London
25.  WAC Event – September 17, 1981 – Panel Discussion with John Fahey, Captain Richard Creecy, USN, (Ret.) and Lt. Colonel John Lamond, USA, (Ret.)
26.  WAC Event – October 23, 1981 – Lt. General Necip Torumtay, Director of Operations, Turkish Army
27.  United Nations Association of Virginia – October 24, 1981 – United Nations Day
28.  WAC Discussion Series – November 4, 1981
29.  WAC Event – November 23, 1981 – Dr. Rafic Jeuejati, Ambassador from the Syrian Arab Republic
30.  WAC Event – December 10, 1981 – Mervat Tallaway, Egytpian Diplomat
31.  WAC Event – January 21, 1982 – Dr. Thomas Mroczkowski, Visiting Polish Professor at ODU
32.  United Nations Association – January 29, 1982 – Annual Dinner
33.  WAC Great Decisions 1982
34.  WAC Event – February 23, 1982 – Captain Ulrich Weisser, German National Liaison Representative to Supreme Allied Command Atlantic
35.  WAC Event – March 18, 1982 – Ernestine Heck, U.S. Department of State
36.  WAC Event – April 14, 1982 – Paul Tribble, Representative of the First Congressional District of Virginia
37.  WAC Event – April 19, 1982 – Clovis Maksoud, Ambassador to the United Nations from the Arab League of Nations
38.  WAC Event – May 11, 1982 – Admiral Sir Cameron Rusby, Royal Navy, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic
39.  WAC Event – June 9, 1982 – Dr. Russell W. Ramsey, Director Turner Job Corps Center, Management and Training Corporation
40.  WAC Event – June 23, 1982 – Tony Perram, Operations Advisor in the Industry Department of the World Bank
41.  WAC Event – September 21, 1982 – K.R. Narayanan, Ambassador from India
42.  WAC Event – September 22, 1982 – Dr. Betty Diener, Secretary of Commerce and Resources for the Commonwealth of Virginia

Box 9

1.  WAC and Armed Forces Staff College Event – September 30, 1982 – Ambassador Jerrold M. North, State Department Representative to the Armed Forces Staff College
2.  WAC and Alliance Fraicaise Chapitre de Grasse Event – November 2, 1982 – Ambassador Bernard Vernier-Palliez, Ambassador from France
3.  WAC Event – November 10, 1982 – Captain James R. Bruner, USN, Staff Judge Advocate for the U.S. Atlantic Command
4.  WAC Event – November 23, 1982 – Ambassador Francisco Fiallos Navarro, Ambassador from Nicaragua
5.  WAC Event – December 14, 1982 – Admiral Wesley L. McDonald, Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic and Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet
6.  International Programs at ODU
7.  WAC Event – January 27, 1983 – Lino Gutierrez, U.S. Department of State
8.  WAC Great Decisions 1983
9.  WAC and United Nations Association, Peninsula Chapter Event – February 22, 1983 – James Sutterlin, Executive Office, United Nations Secretary General
10.  WAC Event – March 8, 1983 – Ambassador Yoshio Okawara, Ambassador from Japan
11.  WAC Event – April 14, 1983 – Grant Mouser, Consul General of the American Consulate in Hamburg, Germany
12.  WAC and English Speaking Union of the U.S., Hampton Roads Branch Event – April 26, 1983 – Kenneth Taylor, Consul General of the Canadian Consulate in New York City
13.  WAC Event – May 24, 1983 – Ron Brinson, President, American Association of Port Authorities
14.  WAC Event – June 7, 1983 – Robert Krulwicke, Chief Business and Economic Correspondent with National Public Radio
15.  WAC Event – June 24, 1983 – G. William Whitehurst, U.S. House of Representatives
16.  WAC English Speaking Union of the U.S., Hampton Roads Branch Event – September 15, 1983 – Bruce T. George, member of the British Parliament
17.  WAC Event – September 28, 1983 – Dr. Jerome Bookin-Weiner, Director, Center for International Programs, ODU
18.  WAC Event – October 3, 1983 – Charita Planas, a leading democratic opponent to the Marcos government
19.  WAC Event – October 19, 1983 – Judge Preston Caperton Shannon, Chairman of the State Corporation Commission
20.  United Nations Association – October 24, 1983 – Annual Dinner
21.  WAC Event – October 27, 1983 – Edmond O.Z. Chipamaunga, Ambassador from Zimbabwe
22.  WAC Event – November 23, 1983 – Edward A. Peniche, International Studies Department, Central Virginia Community College
23.  WAC Event – December 1, 1983 – Richard Parker, Former Ambassador to Lebanon
24.  WAC Event – December 15, 1983 – Kasem Samosorn Kasemari, Ambassador from Thailand
25.  WAC Event – January 19, 1984 – Ernesto Rivas-Gallont, Ambassador from El Salvador
26.  Great Decisions 1984
27.  WAC United Nations Association, Peninsula Chapter Event – February 23, 1984 – Doudou Diene, Director of UNESCO, New York Office
28.  WAC Event – March 22, 1984 – Allan Gottlieb, Ambassador from Canada
29.  WAC Event – April 12, 1984 – Byong Hion Lew, Ambassador from South Korea
30.  WAC Event – May 23, 1984 – Lucio Garcia Del Solar, Ambassador from Argentina
31.  WAC Event – May 25, 1984 – Ambassador Morris Draper, Armed Forces Staff College
32.  WAC Event – June 25, 1984 – William A. Kirby, U.S. Department of State
33.  WAC Event – September 13, 1984 – Jose Diokno, Former Senator from the Philippines
34.  United Nations Association – October 22, 1984 – Annual Dinner
35.  WAC Event – October 25, 1984 – Dr. Aziz Ali Mohammed, Director, External Relations Department, International Monetary Fund
36.  WAC Event – December 9, 1984 – Dr. Dimitri K. Simes, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
37.  WAC Event – January 16, 1985 – Paul Kreisburg, Director for Foreign Relations, WAC New York
38.  Great Decisions 1985
39.  WAC Event – February 28, 1985 – A. Hasnan Habib, Ambassador from the Republic of Indonesia
40.  WAC Event – March 13, 1985 – Zeiden Atashi, Member of the Knesset from the Shinui Party, Israel
41.  WAC Event – April 25, 1985 – S.K. Hu, Deputy Representative, Coordination Council for North American Affairs, Taiwan
42.  WAC and United Nations Association, Peninsula Chapter Event – May 14, 1985 – Paul Warnke, Former Arms Negotiator
43.  Armed Forces Staff College Event – May 29, 1985 – Dr. Charles C. Moskso, Jr., Professor of Sociology, Northwestern University
44.  WAC, American Association of University Women, and Women’s Club of Norfolk Event – June 4, 1985 – Major General Kenneth Jolemore, Commandant, Armed Forces Staff College
45.  WAC Event – September 10, 1985 – Ahmed Bourzaim, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Morocco
46.  WAC and ODU Model United Nations Society Event – October 24, 1985 – G. William Whitehurst, U.S. House of Representatives
47.  WAC Event – November 19, 1985 – Mark G. Eambley (Hambley), U.S. Department of State
48.  WAC Event – December 5, 1985 – Dr. Edward M. Ifft, Senior State Department Representative to Nuclear and Space Talks
49.  WAC Event – January 28, 1986 - Dr. Heinz K. Meier and Louis I. Jaffe, Professor of History, ODU
50.  Great Decisions 1986
51.  WAC Event – February 26, 1986 – Dolf Droge, Freelance Lecturer, Writer and Consultant on National and International Issues
52.  WAC and Virginia Center for World Trade Event - March 10, 1986 – Han Xu, Ambassador from the People’s Republic of China
53.  WAC Event – March 17, 1986 – Francis Ghiles, North African Correspondent of the Financial Times of London
54.  WAC Event – March 27, 1986 – Dr. John R. Watt, Director, American Bureau for Medical Advancement in China
55.  WAC Event – April 17, 1986 – Dr. Russell W. Ramsey, Author and Consultant on Central American Affairs
56.  WAC Event – April 24, 1986 – Dr. Don Neuchterlein, Professor of International Affairs at the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville
57.  WAC Event – May 20, 1986 – Panel Discussion with John Fahey, Anne Fitzpatrick, Major John Markowicz, and Dr. Patrick Rollins
58.  WAC Event – June 11, 1986 – Lieutenant Colonel Yakup Ozturk and Major Sevino, Turkish Officers at the Armed Forces Staff College
59.  WAC Event – September 24, 1986 – Grant E. Mouser, Former U.S. Department of State Representative at the Armed Forces Staff College
60.  WAC Event – October 29, 1986 – Panel Discussion with Eugene Zajac, Glen Allen Scott, and Dr. William Jones
61.  WAC Event – November 25, 1986 – Admiral Lee Baggett, Jr., Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic and Commander-in-Chief U.S. Atlantic
62.  WAC Event – December 16, 1986 – Admiral Harold E. Shear, U.S. Navy (Ret.), Former Director, U.S. Maritime Administration
63.  WAC Event – January 20, 1987 - Rear Admiral Barry Melbourne Hussey, Naval
Attaché for the Argentine Navy in Washington, D.C.
64.  WAC Event - February 18, 1987 – Norman A. Graebner, Professor Emeritus of History and Public Affairs at the University of Virginia
65.  Great Decisions 1987
66.  WAC Event – March 5, 1987 – Ambassador Robert E. Fritts, U.S. Diplomat-in- Residence, Department of Government, College of William and Mary
67.  Armed Forces Staff College – March 10, 1987 – Dr. Eugene Rostow, Former Assistant Secretary of State
68.  WAC Event – March 19, 1987 – Sir Antony Acland, Ambassador from Great Britain and Northern Ireland
69.  WAC Event – April 23, 1987 – Kjell Eliaseen, Ambassador from Norway
70.  WAC Event – May 12, 1987 – G. William Whitehurst, Former Congressman, 2nd District of Virginia

Box 10

1.  WAC Event – June 12, 1987 – Dr. Fredrick F. Chien, Representative of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs for the People’s Republic of
China (Taiwan)
2.  WAC Event – September 9, 1987 – Dr. Donald Ainslee Henderson, Dean and Professor of Epidemiology and International Health at John’s Hopkins
3.  WAC Event – October 1, 1987 – Gunter van Well, Ambassador from West Germany
4.  WAC Event – October 8, 1987 – Hermann Dehennin, Ambassador from Belgium
5.  WAC Event – October 26, 1987 – John Craig, Department of State
6.  WAC Event – November 12, 1987 – Sukru Elekdag, Ambassador from the Republic of Turkey
7.  Department of State – December 18, 1987 – 5th Annual Conference with the Former Secretaries of State, Dean Rusk, William Rogers, Henry Kissinger, Cyrus Vance, Edmund Muskie, and Alexander Haig
8.  Assorted Invitations 1987
9.  Proposed Topics January through June 1988
10.  WAC Event – January 21, 1988 – Vice Admiral Sir Richard Thomas, KCG, OBE, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic
11.  Great Decisions 1988
12.  WAC Event – February 24, 1988 – Paul Heinbecker, Political Minister, Embassy of Canada
13.  WAC Event – March 24, 1988 – Rear Admiral Ronald J. Kurth, President of Naval War College and Former Senior Military Attaché of the American Embassy in Moscow
14.  WAC Event – April 21, 1988 – Gideon Remez, Chief of Political News Desk, Israel Broadcasting Authority, Israel
15.  WAC Event – May 26, 1988 – Takayuki Kimura, Consul General, Consulate of Japan in Atlanta, Georgia
16.  WAC Event – June 23, 1988 – Dr. MacArthur Corsino – Consul in Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines
17.  Soviets Meet Hampton Roads – September 8, 1988
18.  WAC Event – October 20, 1988 – Vladimir Pozner, Soviet Commentator
19.  WAC Event – November 10, 1988 – Andreas Kakouris, Consul of the Republic of Cyprus
20.  WAC Event – December 8, 1988 – Dr. Joseph W. McCaffrey, Division Head of the National Oceanic Research and Development Activity, Office of Navy Research
21.  WAC Event Topics 1989
22.  WAC Event – January 19, 1989 – Robert Brumley, II, General Consul, U.S. Department of Commerce
23.  Great Decisions 1989
24.  WAC Event – March 2, 1989 – Allan C. Brownfeld, Associate Editor of the Lincoln Review
25.  WAC, Alliance Francaise, ODU Women’s Association and Town-N-Gown Event – March 16, 1989 – Dominique Galouzeau de Villepin, Head of Press and Information Services of the French Embassy
26.  WAC Event – April 12, 1989 – Sukru Elekdag, Ambassador from the Republic of Turkey
27.  WAC Event – May 11, 1989 – Ryszard Krystosik, Minister-Counselor, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Polish People’s Republic
28.  WAC Event – June 1, 1989 – Tong-Jin Park, Ambassador from the Republic of Korea
29.  WAC Event – July 27, 1989 – A Dialogue with Three Czechoslovakian Citizens with Dr. Antonin Mikan, Vendula Nechanicka and Pavel Nechanicky
30.  WAC Event – September 7, 1989 – Joseph Sayah, Political Officer, Embassy of Lebanon
31.  WAC and Forward Hampton Roads Event – October 5, 1989 – Dr. Freidrich Hoess, Ambassador from Austria
32.  WAC, English Speaking Union, and Town –N-Gown Event – November 8, 1989 – Tommy T.B. Koh, Ambassador from the Republic of Singapore
33.WAC and League of Women Voters Norfolk-Virginia Beach Event – November 30, 1989 - Peter Hakim, Staff Director, Inter-American Dialogue, Aspen Institute, Washington, D.C.
34.  WAC Event – December 10, 1989 – WAC Founder’s Day Reception
35.  Biographies

Sub-series F: Budget and Finance

36.  Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce
37.  Scholarship Fund
38. Tax Exemption

Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications

39.  Newspaper Clippings 1980-82
40.  Publicity Committee / Press Releases
41.  Publications - Printing 1980s

Box 11

1.  Newspaper Clippings 1988-89
2.  Newspaper Clippings 1989

Sub-series H: Miscellaneous

3.  Soviet / USA Citizen Diplomacy
4.  World Affairs Councils
5.  Miscellaneous - Notes
6.  Miscellaneous

Sub-series I: Photos

7.  U.S. - Soviet Meeting - Webb Center Photos I
8.  U.S. - Soviet Meeting - Webb Center Photos II

Series IV: 1990s

Sub-series A: Organization

Box 12

1.  By-Laws 1990s
2.  Incorporation
3.  WAC Goals & Purpose

Sub-series B: Business

4.  WAC Report to Numbers
5.  Meeting Announcements
6.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1990
7.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1991
8.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1992
9.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1993
10.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1994
11.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1995
12.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1996

Box 13

1.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1997
2.  WAC Minutes 1998
3.  WAC Minutes & Agendas 1999
4.  Advisory Committee 1990s
5.  Nominating Committee 1990s
6.  Possible Strategic Alliance with Foreign Policy Association
7.  Report on Visits to California
8.  Strategic Plans 1990s

Sub-series C: Correspondence

9.  Correspondence 1990-91
10.  Correspondence 1992-93
11.  Correspondence 1994-95
12.  Correspondence 1996-97
13.  Correspondence 1998-99

 Sub-series D: Membership

14.  Membership Lists 1992-93
15.  Membership Lists 1994-95
16.  Membership Lists 1996-97
17.  Membership Lists 1998-99
18.  Report to Membership 1990
19.  Report to Membership 1991-92
20.  Report to Membership 1992-93
21.  Report to Membership 1993-94

Box 14

1.  Report to Membership 1994-95
2.  Report to Membership 1995-96
3.  Report to Membership 1996-97
4.  Report to Membership 1997-98
5.  Report to Membership 1999-2000
6.  Membership Dues 1990s
7.  Board Memberships 1990s
8.  Corporate Members
9.  Special Memberships 1990s
10.  Membership Brochures and Pamphlets

Sub-series E: Programs and Events

11.  Program Committee
12.  Program Speakers File
13.  Programs 1990s
14.  Azalea Festival – April 16, 1990 - Ingvi S. Ingvarsson, Ambassador of the Republic of Iceland
15.  Azalea Festival – April 16, 1991 – Juan Cassiers, Ambassador from Belgium
16.  Azalea Festival - April 21, 1992 - Jaime de Ojeda, Ambassador from Spain
17.  Azalea Festival - April 20, 1993 – Vice Admiral Peter W. Cairns, CMM, CD, CAN Commander Maritime Command
18.  Azalea Festival - April 19, 1994 - Francisco Jose Treichler Knopfli, Ambassador From Portugal
19.  Azalea Festival - April 24, 1995 - Phillip Thomas, Senior Counsellor for Politico- Militart Affairs, British Embassy
20.  Azalea Festival - April 16, 1996 - Adriaan Jacobovitis de Szeged, Ambassador from The Kingdom of the Netherlands
21.  Azalea Festival - April 23, 1997 - Jeremy D. Rosner, Special Advisor to the President and Secretary of State
22.  Azalea Festival - April 22, 1998 - K. Erik Tygesen, Ambassador from the Kingdom of Denmark
23.  Corporate Luncheon Series Sponsors
24.  Corporate Luncheon Series – April 11, 1991 – Maja Wessels, “Commercial Banks and International Competitiveness”
25.  Corporate Luncheon Series – June 28, 1991 – Charles E. (Chip) Roh, Jr., “The U.S. - Mexico Free-Trade Pact”
26.  Corporate Luncheon Series – October 22, 1991 – Lord Francis Arthur Cockfield, “Update: European Affairs”
27.  Corporate Luncheon Series – March 20, 1992 – Benjamin N. Brown, “How to Do Business With Eastern Europe”
28.  Corporate Luncheon Series – March 31, 1993 – William T. Archey, “Changing Trends in World Trade – Are We Ready?”
29.  Corporate Luncheon Series – June 23, 1993 – Francine Lamoriello, “European Community Update”
30.  Corporate Luncheon Series – December 10, 1993 – Mark Borthwick, “Trade Opportunities with the Pacific Rim”
31.  Corporate Luncheon Series – January 14, 1994 – M.L. Birabhongse, “Doing Business with Thailand”
32.  Corporate Luncheon Series – March 15, 1994 – Julius L. Katz, “U.S. and Foreign Trade – What’s Happening?  What will happen?”
33.  Corporate Luncheon Series – June 20, 1994 – Nguyen Dang Thuyen, “Vietnam Today”
34.  Corporate Luncheon Series – December 6, 1994 – Stephen J. Solarz, “New World Order or Disorder:  Contemporary Challenges to American Foreign Policy”
35.  Corporate Luncheon Series – March 28, 1995 – Susan B. Levine, “Development Banks: Opportunities for U.S. Banks”
36.  Corporate Luncheon Series – May 12, 1995 – Timothy J. Hauser, “Global Opportunities in the Big Emerging Markets”
37.  Corporate Luncheon Series – November 17, 1995 – Dana Du Rand, “Post Apartheid South Africa and the US: A New Era in Business and Politics”
38.  Corporate Luncheon Series – February 23, 1996 - C. Thomas Burke, “Panama Canal and the Year 2000”
39.  Corporate Luncheon Series – June 7, 1996 – Franklin C. Phifer, Jr., “Developments in Trade Legislation”
40.  Corporate Luncheon Series – July 2, 1996 - Frank Capiello, “The New American Economy: The View From Wall Street”
41.  Great Decisions Committee
42.  Great Decisions 1990
43.  Great Decisions 1991
44.  Great Decisions 1992
45.  Great Decisions 1993
46.  Great Decisions 1994
47.  Great Decisions 1995
48.  Great Decisions 1996

 Box 15

1.  WAC Event - January 18, 1990 - Nayan Chanda, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Bureau Chief for the Far Eastern Economic Review
2.  WAC and KPMG Peat Warwick Event - February 15, 1990 - Francine Lamoriello, Manager of International Department, KPMG Peat Warwick
3.  WAC and Town-N-Gown Event - March 8, 1990 - Karl Th. Paschke, Minister Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany
4.  WAC Event - May 10, 1990 - Dr. Edward J. Lincoln, Brookings Institute
5.  WAC Event - June 7, 1990 - Rita Klimova, Ambassador from Czechoslovakia
6.  WAC and Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia Event - June 21, 1990 – Dr. William Hawley, Medical Director, U.S. Public Health Service
7.  WAC Event - September 12, 1990 – Vice Admiral Sir James Weatherall, KBE, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic
8.  WAC and ODU Event - October 25, 1990 - Thomas R. Pickering, Ambassador from the U.S. to the United Nations (cancelled)
9.  WAC and EVMS Event - November 8, 1990 - Dr. Carl E. Taylor, Consulate to the Government of China
10.  WAC Event - December 6, 1990 - Michael J. Cook, Ambassador from Austrailia
11.  WAC Event - January 23, 1991- Richard C. Holbrooke, Managing Director, Lehman Brothers
12.  WAC and City of Portsmouth Event - February 4, 1991 - W. Nathaniel Howell, Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait
13.  WAC and OCU Event - March 27, 1991 - Dr. Jagdish N. Bhagwati, Columbia University
14.  WAC and ODU Event - April 5, 1991 - Edward J. Perkins, Director General of the Foreign Service and Director of Personnel
15.  WAC Event - June 6, 1991 - Emmanuel N. Pelaez, Ambassador from the Philippines
16.  WAC, The Cyprus Benevolent Society of Tidewater, The Hellenic American Communities of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Newport News, VA., and ODU Event - July 27, 1991 - Androula G. Vassilou, First Lady of Cyprus
17.  WAC Event - September 23, 1991 - Gerald L. Baliles, Former Governor of Virginia
18.  WAC Event - October 17, 1991 - Jacques Andreani, Ambassador from France
19.  WAC Event - October 29, 1991 - Elisabeth Rehn, Minister of Defense from Finland
20.  WAC Event – January 9, 1992 - Don Oberdorfer, Diplomatic Correspondent for the Washington Post
21.  WAC Event - February 6, 1992 - Rita Klimova, Ambassador from Czechoslovakia
22.  WAC Event - February 13, 1992 - Peter P. Dyvig, Ambassador from Denmark(cancelled)
23.  WAC and Town-N-Gown Event - March 11, 1992 - Adm. Dieter Wellershoff, Former Chief of Defense of the German Armed Forces
24.  WAC Event - May 21, 1992 – Ambassador Robert E. Fritz
25.  WAC Event - June 25, 1992Zhu Qizhen, Ambassador from the People’s Republic of China
26.  WAC and ODU Event - September 10, 1992 - Hong-Choo Hyun, Ambassador from the Republic of Korea
27.  WAC Event - October 22, 1992 - Dr. Stanley Kalpage, Ambassador from Sri Lanka
28.  WAC Event - Dec. 15, 1992 - Michael Hornblow, Chief Deputy of Mission, American Embassy, Warsaw, Poland
29.  WAC and WHRO Event - February 11, 1993 - Dr. Claus Kleber, Washington Correspondent for ARD German Television
30.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College - February 18, 1993 - Boris Biancheri, Vice Consul of Italy
31.  WAC and Internes Hispano Event - March 25, 1993Alejandro Carrillo-Castro, Mexican Ambassador to the Organization of American States (cancelled)
32.  WAC Event - April 27, 1993 - Diana E. McMeekin, Executive Vice President, African Wildlife Foundation
33.  WAC Event - May 13, 1993 – Anna Chennault, President, TAC International, Inc., Chairman, Council for International Cooperation
34.  WAC and ODU Event - June 10, 1993 - Oleh H. Bilorus, Ambassador from Ukraine
35.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College - June 16, 1993 - Donald P. Gregg, Chairman, The Korean Society
36.  WAC Event - September 23, 1993 - Lowell Bruce Laingen, President, American Academy of Diplomacy
37.  WAC Event - October 14, 1993 - Morton I. Abramowitz, President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
38.  WAC Event - November 2, 1993 - Donald F. McHenry, University Research Professor of Diplomacy and International Affairs, Georgetown University
39.  WAC Event - December 7, 1993 - Alexander Borg Olivier, United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs
40.  WAC and WHRO/WHRV-FM Event - January 19, 1994 - James Fallows, Washington Editor, The Atlantic Monthly
41.  WAC Event - February 9, 1994 - Dr. Simon Serfaty, Center for Strategic and International Studies
42.  WAC Event - May 12, 1994 - Paul W. Jacobs, First Secretary, Embassy of South Africa
43.  WAC and ODU Event - September 22, 1994 - Jeffrey Garten, U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade
44.  WAC Event – September 29, 1994 – Richard Burt, Chairman, International Equity Partners
45.  WAC Event - November 17, 1994 - Dr. Dimitri K. Simes, President, Nixon Center for Peace and Freedom
46.  WAC Event - December 1, 1994 - S.R. Nathan, Ambassador from Singapore
47.  WAC, WHRO/WHRV-FM and Virginia Wesleyan College Event - January 12, 1995 Robert Siegel, Host, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered
48.  WAC Event - February 16, 1995 - Raul Ch. Rabe, Ambassador from the Philippines
49.  WAC Event - March 23, 1995 – 25th Anniversary
50.  WAC Event - May 18, 1995 - Dr. Harry Harding, Dean, Elliott School of
International Affairs, George Washington University
51.  WAC and EVMS Event – June 15, 1995 - Laurie Garrett, Author and Journalist
52.  WAC Event - September 28, 1995 – Walter B. Slocombe, Under Secretary of Defense General John Sheehan, USMC, Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic
53.  WAC Event - October 23, 1995 - Lawrence S. Eagleburger, Former Secretary of Defense
54.  WAC Event - November 2, 1995 - Peter Tarnoff, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
55.  WAC Event - December 14, 1995 - Paul D. Wolfowitz, Dean, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
56.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College Event - January 17, 1996 - Nigel Holloway, Washington Bureau Chief, The Far Eastern Economic Review
57.  WAC Event - March 14, 1996 - Werner Fronos, President, The Population Institute

Box 16

1.  WAC Event - May 21, 1996 - Hulmut Tuerk, Ambassador from Austria
2.  WAC Event – June 20, 1996 – U.S. State Department, Foreign Policy Town Meeting
3.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College Event - October 9, 1996 - Li Daoyu, Ambassador from the People’s Republic of China
4.  WAC and Alliance Francaise Event - November 6, 1996 - Francis Bujon De L'Estang, Ambassador from France
5.  WAC Event - November 21, 1996 - Carlo Jagmetti, Ambassador from Switzerland
6.  WAC Event - December 12, 1996 - Dr. Gyorgy Banlaki, Ambassador from Hungary
7.  WAC and Town-N-Gown Event - January 26, 1997 - Maestra JoAnn Falletta, Music Director of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra
8.  WAC Event - February 28, 1997 - Nuzhet Kandemir, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey
9.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College Event - March 19, 1997 - Dr. Mohammed S. Al-Sabah, Ambassador of the State of Kuwait (cancelled)
10.  WAC and Canon Virginia, Inc. - May 29, 1997 – Ichiro Fujisaki, Political Minister, Embassy of Japan
11.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College Event - July 2, 1997 - Kun Woo Park, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea
12.  WAC and Christopher Newport University Event - September 22, 1997 - Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, Senior Fellow, Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Institute for International Studies, Brown University
13.  WAC Event - October 23, 1997 - Andre Adam, Ambassador from Belgium
14.  WAC, ODU and Town-n-Gown Event - November 6, 1997 - John Keegan, OBE, Military Historian, Educator and Journalist
15.  WAC and Prudential Securities, Inc. Event - December 10, 1997 - Stephen F. Auth, Senior Managing Director of Prudential Investments
16.  WAC and Virginia Wesleyan College Event - January 27, 1998 - Stephen S.F. Chen, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative
17.  WAC Event - February 18, 1998 - Regis P. Arslanian, Minister-Counselor of the Brazilian Embassy
18.  WAC Event- March 12, 1998 - Matthew F. McHugh, Counselor to the President of the World Bank
19.  WAC and Christopher Newport University Event - March 23, 1998 - Admiral Stansfield Turner, U.S.N. (Ret.), Former Director of the C.I.A.
20.  WAC, Virginia Wesleyan College and The United Jewish Federation of Tidewater Event - May 12, 1998 - Dr. Michael Bar-Zohar, Author, Biographer and Professor
21.  WAC Event - June 11, 1998 - Dr. William B. Quandt, Middle East/Oil Expert
22.  WAC Event - September 17, 1998 - Bill Keller 
23.  WAC Event - October 21, 1998 - Donald D. Holt
24.  WAC Event - November 12, 1998 - Werner Ablass
25.  WAC Event - November 19, 1998 - Dr. David Satcher
26.  WAC Event - January 21, 1999 - Karen Kasmauski
27.  WAC Event – January 28, 1999 – World Quest
28.  WAC Event - February 11, 1999 - Charles Maynes 
29.  WAC Event - March 18, 1999 - H.E. Alhaji Hassan Adamu
30.  WAC Event - April 14, 1999 - H.E. Jurgen Chrobog
31.  WAC Event - May 20, 1999 - Sotirios C. Zackheos
32.  WAC Event - June 17, 1999 - Dr. Nedzib Sacirbey
33.  WAC Event - June 30, 1999 - H.E. Raymond A. J. Chretien
34.  WAC Event - September 30, 1999 - William G. Hyland 
35.  WAC Event - October 14, 1999  H.E. Farid Abboud

Box 17

1.  WAC Event- November 17, 1999 - Dr. Michael J. Mazaar
2.  Miscellaneous WAC Events
3.  Other Events - Non-WAC

Sub-series F: Budget and Finance

4.  Agent – C. Arthur Robinson
5. Audits 1990-94
6. Audits 1995-99
7.  National Council of World Affairs Organizations Bi-Annual Financial Survey Report - October 1994
8. Taxes 1990s
9. Taxes Records 1995
10. Taxes Records 1996
11. Taxes Records 1997
12.  Taxes 1999
13.  Treasurer’s Report 1990–94
14.  Treasurer’s Report, 1995–96(I)
15.  Treasurer’s Report, 1995–96(II)
16.  Treasurer’s Report, 1996–97 (I)

Box 18

1.  Treasurer’s Report, 1996–97 (II)
2.  Treasurer’s Report, 1996–97(III)
3.  Treasurer’s Report 1997-1998

Sub-series G: Publicity and Publications

4.  Publicity Committee
5.  Newspaper Clippings 1990s
6.  WAC Newsletter – August 23, 1997
7.  Great Decisions Magazine - 1992 Edition
8.  Association for International Practical Training: 1994 Annual Report
9.  Foreign Policy Association: Newsletter – Spring 1994 and April 1995
10.  Press Releases/Publicity 1998-1999
11.  Oversized Newspaper Articles (located in box 45)

Sub-series H: Photos.

12.  Kaufman Hall Photos - 1990 (I)
13.  Kaufman Hall Photos 1990 (II)
14.  Norfolk Airport Hilton Photos 1990
15.  Photos for Newspaper Articles 1997-1999
16.  Webb Center Photos 1990

Box 18b

Sub-series I: VHS Tapes

  1. Sergei Khrushchev, September 27, 1997

Box 19

Sub-series J: Miscellaneous

1.  Miscellaneous

Series V: 2000s

Sub-series A: Organization

2.  WAC Bylaws, articles and meeting minutes, 1969 – 2003

Sub-Series B: Business

3.  Advisory Council 
4.  Annual Report- 2000-2001
5.  Annual Report- 2001-2002
6.  Annual Report- 2002-2003
7.  Annual Report- 2003-2004 
8.  Annual Report- 2004-2005 
9.  Annual Report- 2006 
10.  Board Retreat- 2000-2001
11.  Board Retreat 2003
12.  Board Retreat 2004
13.  Board Retreat 2005
14.  Board Retreat 2006
15.  Case for Support 2000
16.  Community Achievements 2002-2003
17.  Corporate Sponsor Campaigns 

Box 20

1.  Corporate Sponsor Summaries 
2.  Development Committee 2000-03
3.  Development Committee 2004-05
4.  Development: Year-End Gift Giving 2004
5.  Directors and Officers Insurance 2001-2004
6.  Education 2000-
7.  Education Committee 
8. Education Outreach Projects, October 2003
9.  Education Summaries 
10.  Events for 2004
11.  Executive Committee Meetings 2002-2003
12.  Executive Committee Meetings 2003-2004
13.  Executive Committee Meetings 2004-2005

Box 21

1.  Finance Committee 2003-2005
2.  Foreign Policy Association 2004 
3.  General Liability Insurance 2004-2005
4.  Interns Fall 2004
5.  Interns Fall 2005
6.  Interns Spring 2005
7.  Interns Spring 2006
8.  Interns Summer 2005
9.  Leave a Legacy 2003
10.  Meetings/Agendas 1999-2005
11.  Minutes and Agendas - 2000
12.  Minutes and Agendas - 2001 
13.  Minutes and Agendas - 2002 
14.  Minutes and Agendas - 2003 
15.  Minutes and Agendas - 2004 

Box 22

1.  Nominating Committee 2004 - 2005
2.  Past Conferences 2004
3.  Position Descriptions
4.  Potential Programs 2000
5.  Potential Programs 2005
6.  Prospects 2004-06
7.  Public Relations Committee
8.  Public Relations 2000
9.  Public Relations 2001
10.  Recommended Speakers 2005
11.  Relocation of Office

Box 23

1.  Scholarships 2001
2.  School Contacts 2004-2005
3.  Speaker Recommendations/Notes on Past Speakers
4.  Strategic Plan 2005-2008
5.  Update on Program Committee Topics
6.  Virginia Employment Commission's Notice of Deputy's Termination
7.  WACA
8.  WACA Directory
9.  WHRO
10.  Year-End Giving 2002

Sub-Series C: Correspondence and Mailing

11.  Bulk Mail Information 2004-2005
12.  Bulk Mail Information 2005-2006
13.  General Correspondence - 2000 
14.  General Correspondence - 2001

Box 24

1.  General Correspondence - 2003 
2.  General Correspondence - 2004 
3.  Jefferson Award Nomination - 2000 
4.  Letters of Congratulations for 35th Anniversary - 2004
5.  Mailing Lists/Mailer Information 2003 -2005
6.  Thank-you Letters - 2000-2002 
7.  Thank-you Letters - 2003-2004 

 Sub-Series D: Membership

8.  Membership Database- 2000-2004 
9.  Membership Forms  
10.  Membership Lists -2000 
11.  Membership Summaries 
12.  Memberships (Misc. including membership form samples from sister organizations) 2004-2006
13.  New Member Lists, 2002
14.  Program Sponsor Inserts - 2000-2003 

Sub-Series E: Programs And Events

15.  Monthly Guest Lectures 2000’s
16.  Azalea Festival 2000

Box 25

1.  January 28, 2000 - H.E. Kamlesh Sharma
2.  February 17, 2000 - General Barry McCaffrey
3.  March 14, 2000 - H.E. Geza Jeszenskzky 
4.  March 23, 2000 - H.E. Alexander Philon
5.  Great Decisions - 2000
6.  May18, 2000 - Charles S. Shapiro, Director, Office of Cuban-American Affairs, U.S. Department of State 
7.  June 8, 2000 - Dr. Gary Burtless, Brookings Institute
8.  September 14, 2000 - Liu Xiaoming, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of the People's Republic of China
9.  September 28, 2000 - Dr. Stephen Blount, Director, Global Health, Center for Disease Control
10.  WAC, Korean Economic Institute and Christopher Newport University Event - October 19, 2000 - Yang Sung-Chul, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea
11.  November 16, 2000 - Mark L. Schneider, Director, United States Peace Corps
12.  World Quest - November 2000

Box 26

1.  Corporate Sponsor Campaign Lunch - December 2000 
2.  WAC and Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce Event - January 18, 2001 - Dr.  Mamphela Ramphele, Managing Director, The World Bank
3.  Great Decisions - 2001
4.  January 31, 2001 - Michael Maibach and Dr. Alan Tonelson
5.  Corporate Sponsor Campaign Lunch - February 2001 
6.  February 20, 2001 - Dr. Marwan Jamil Muasher, Ambassador of the Hashmetite Kingdom of Jordon
7.  WAC and The Navy League of Hampton Roads Event - March 9, 2001 - Sir Eldon Griffiths, National Chairman, World Affairs Councils of the United States
8.  April 25, 2001 - H.E. Javier Ruperez
9.  May 3, 2001 - Ambassador Monteagle Stearns, American Academy of Diplomacy
10.  World Affairs Councils of America Leadership Mission Bulletin - Taiwan - May 19-25, 2001
11.  May 31, 2001 - Paul A. Goble, Communications Director, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
12.  World War 2 Travel Program - June 25, 2001
13.  September 19, 2001 - Sir Christopher Meyer, KCMG, Ambassador of Great Britain (Cancelled due to 9/11)
14.  Vietnam/Southeast Asia Cruise - 2001-2002 

Box 27

1.  October 9, 2001 - Gerald L. Baliles, Virginia's "International"
2.  WAC and Economics Club of Hampton Roads Event - November 8, 2001 – Jeffrey E. Garten, Dean, Yale University School of Management
3.  WAC and Old Dominion University Event - December 5, 2001, National Town
4.  World Quest - December 2001 (I)
5.  World Quest – December 2001 (II)
6.  January 14, 2002 - Laurie Garrett, Science Correspondent, Author
7.  Great Decisions - 2002
8.  WAC and Christopher Newport University Event - February 21, 2002, Carmen Suro- Bredie, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Policy Coordination
9.  February 28, 2002 - Peter Hakim, President, Inter-American Dialogue

Box 28

1.  WAC, Norfolk Southern Corporation and Norfolk Sister City Association Event -  April 25, 2002 - Alexandre Philon, Ambassador of Greece
2.  May 16, 2002 - Ambassador Ryan C. Crocker, Deputy Assistant
3.  June 6, 2002 - Richard L. Jachne, Colonel (USMC Ret.), Governor's Terrorism Task Force, Illinois
4.  WAC and The Navy League of Hampton Roads Event - September 12, 2002 - Jonathan T. Howe, Admiral (USN Ret.)
5.  October 10, 2002 - Sir Christopher Meyer, Ambassador of Great Britain
6.  October 22, 2002 - Mark Malloch Brown 
7.  United Nations Week - October 22-26, 2002
8.  WAC and Economics Club of Hampton Roads Event - November 13, 2002, Frank A. Cappiello, President, McCollough, Andrews & Cappiello, Inc.
9.  World Quest - November 2002

Box 29

1.  World Quest Silent Auction – November 2002
2.  WAC and WHRO Event - January 9, 2003 - Kevin Klose, President and CEO,National Public Radio
3.  Great Decisions - 2003 (I)
4.  Great Decisions - 2003 (II)
5.  January 29-February 1 – US and Asia: What Does the Future Hold?
6.  February 6, 2003 - Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, President, Middle East Policy Council, Co-Chair, U.S. China Policy Foundation
7.  March 6, 2003 - Mitchell B. Reiss, Director, Reves Center for International Studies

Box 30

1.  April 24, 2003- Azalea Festival, Robert Bradtke
2.  May 15, 2003 - Steven J. McCormick, President and CEO, The Nature Conservancy
3.  June 23, 2003 - Daniel Yergin and Andy Kohut
4.  World Affairs Councils of America Leadership Mission – Poland – September 7-14, 2003
5.  September 9, 2003 - Admiral and Ambassador Joseph W. Prueher, Former Commander, U.S. Pacific Command and Former U.S. Ambassador to the People's Republic of China
6.  October 2, 2003 - Ambassador Thomas D. Boyatt, President, Foreign Affairs Council and Board of Governor's, American Foreign Policy Association
7.  World Affairs Councils of America Leadership Mission Bulletin - Jordan - October   12-18, 2003
8.  October 22, 2003 -Melinda L. Kimple
9.  United Nations Week - October 22-24, 2003
10.  WAC and Economics Club of Hampton Roads Event - November 7, 2003 – Itaru Shimazu, Dean, Graduate School of Social Studies and Law, Chiba University, Tokyo

Box 31

1.  World Quest - 2003
2.  World Quest Brochure – 2003 - Ads
3.  World Quest – 2003 - Donations
4.  World Quest – 2003 - Information
5.  World Quest – 2003 – Invoices
6.  World Quest – 2003 – Participation
7.  World Quest – 2003 – Reservations
8.  World Quest – 2003 – Silent Auction (I)
9.  World Quest – 2003 – Silent Auction (II)
10.  World Quest – 2003 – Team Standings
11.  World Quest – 2003 – Thank You Letters

Box 32

1.  World Quest – 2003 – Webb Center
2.  January 15, 2004 - Ambassador Richard D. Kauzlarich, National Intelligence Officer, Europe
3.  Corporate Sponsor Campaign Lunch - January 27, 2004
4.  Great Decisions - 2004 (I)
5.  Great Decisions - 2004 (II)
6.   WAC and Alliance Française Event - February 19, 2004 - Jean-David Levitte - Ambassador of the Republic of Franc
7.  March 10, 2004 - José A. Fourquet - United States Executive Director of the   Inter- American Development Bank

Box 33

1.  Azalea Festival - 2004  
2.  May 20, 2004 - Amb. Marc Grossman - WAC 35th Anniversary
3.  June 9, 2004 - Dr. Haifa Reda Jamal Al Lail - President, Effat College, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
4.  September 16, 2004 - Dr. Khaled A. Al-Maeena, Editor in Chief, Arab News, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
5.  October 28, 2004 - Philip Merrill, President and Chairman, Export-Import Bank of the United States
6.  World Quest - 2004 (I)
7.  World Quest – 2004 (II)

Box 34

1.  December 1, 2004 - Carmen Suro-Bredie
2.  January 18, 2005 - Joseph F. Bouchard, PhD, Executive Director of the Center for Homeland Security and Defense (CHSD)
3.  Great Decisions - 2005
4.  February 17,2005 - Ambassador Michael G. Kozak, Acting Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor
5.  World Affairs Councils of America Leadership Mission Bulletin - Egypt - February   20-27, 2005
6.  March 16,2005 - Lennart Sacredeus, Former Member of the European Parliament
7.  May 10,2005 - Michael Krepon, Co-Founder and President Emeritus of the Stimson Center-Lieutenant General Daniel Leaf, Vice Commander of the Air Force Space Command
8.  World Quest 2005
9.  World Affairs Councils of America Leadership Mission Bulletin - Tunisia - February 5-12, 2006
10.  March 2,2006 - Dr. Mitchell B. Reiss, U.S. Special Envoy to Northern Ireland
11.  March 22,2006 - Dr. Jeffrey Bader, Director of the China Initiative and Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute
12.  March 29,2006 - His Excellency Mohamed Nejib Hachana, Ambassador of Tunisia to the United States- Mr. Oussama Romdhani, Director General, Tunisian     External Communication Agency (ATCE)
13.  World Affairs Councils of America Leadership Mission Bulletin - Taiwan -April 23-29, 2006
14.  May 11,2006 - His Excellency Euripides Evriviades, Ambassador of Cyprus to the United States
15.  June 2,2006 - Margaret McGuinness, University of Missouri Law School & June 9, 2006 - Dr. Edward Oldfield, Eastern Virginia Medical School
16.  Programs 2005-2007
17.  Passed Annual Conferences (I)
18.  Passed Annual Conferences (II)

Sub-Series F: Finance

19.  AMSEC Invoices 2004-2005
20.  AMSEC Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2005-2006
21.  AT&T Info 2004-2005
22.  Audit 2000-2001 
23.  Audit 2002-2003
24.  Audit 2003-2004

Box 35

1.  Audit 2005
2.  Bank Card 2003-2005
3.  Bank of America Certificates of Deposit - 2004
4.  Bank Statements 2004
5.  Bank Statements 2005
6.  Bank Statements 2006
7.  Boise Cascade Office Products Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2001
8.  Boise Office Max 2003-2004
9.  Brand Fuel Invoices 2006
10.  Budget 2002-2003
11.  Check Requests 2004
12.  Check Requests 2004-2005
13.  Check Requests 2005-2006
14.  Checks/Invoices 2000
15.  COG Application 2002-2003
16.  COG Application 2003-2004
17.  Deposits 2000-2001
18.  Deposits 2001-2002 

Box 36

1.  Deposits 2004 -2005
2.  Deposits 2005-2006
3.  Deposits and Statements January 2003- June 2003
4.  Deposits and Statements July 2002- December 2002
5.  Deposits and Statements July 2003- January 2004
6.  Deposits and Statements July 2003- June 2004
7.  Deposits April- June 2005

Box 37

1.  Deposits January - June 2006
2.  Deposits January - May 2004
3.  Deposits August-December 2003
4.  Deposits July- December 2005
5.  Deposits June - October 2004
6.  Deposits November 2004- March 2005
7.  Dues Calculation Sheets 1997-2003
8.  Employee Payments 1998-2000 
9.  Employer Tax Returns -2002-2005
10.  Expenses 2004-2005
11.  Form 941-Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return
12.  Form 990 - 2001-2002

Box 38

1.  Form 990 - 2002-2003
2.  Form 990 - 2003-2004
3.  Form 990 - 2004-2005
4.  Grant Application – Norfolk Commission for the Arts and Humanities – 2004-2005
5.  Grant Application – Norfolk Commission for the Arts and Humanities – 2005-2006
6.  Grant Applications - FY 2001-2002
7.  Grant Applications - FY 2003-2004
8.  Grant Applications (I) - FY 2004-2005
9.  Grant Applications (II) - FY 2004-2005
10.  History of Grants - 2000s
11.  Internal Audit 2003
12.  Invoices - Morris Design - 2004-2005

Box 39

1.  Kinkos Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2003-2004
2.  Kinkos Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2004-2005
3.  Kinkos Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2005-2006
4.  Misc. FY 2005-2006
5.  Misc. Invoices 2005-2006
6.  Nation’s Bank Certificate File
7.  Office Max Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2004-2005
8.  Pending Invoices - 2005-2006
9.  Petty Cash Records 2004
10.  Printing Invoices (2001-2004)
11.  Profit/Loss Report 2005-2006 
12.  Returned Checks 2005
13.  Softmart Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2004-2005
14.  Spectrum Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2003-2004
15.  Spectrum Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2004-2005

Box 40

1.  Spectrum Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2005-2006
2.  Supply Orders 2005-2006
3.  Tax Form VA-5 - 2001 
4.  Tax Records - 2001-2003
5.  Temp Sheets- Image Services 2004-2005
6.  Treasurer's Reports 1987- 2002
7.  Treasurer's Reports 2000-2001
8.  Treasurer's Reports 2001-2002
9.  Treasurer's Reports 2002-2003
10.  Treasurer's Reports 2002-2004
11.  Treasurer's Reports 2003-2004
12.  Treasurer's Reports 2004-2005
13.  Treasurer's Reports 2005-2006
14.  VA Beach Arts and Humanities Grant Application 2004-2005
15.  VA Beach Arts and Humanities Grant Application 2005-2006
16.  VA Foundation for the Humanities Grant Application 2005-2006

Box 41

1.  VDACS Form 102 -2000-2001
2.  VDACS Form 102 -2001-2002
3.  VDACS Form 102 - 2002-2003
4.  VDACS Form 102 - 2003-2004
5.  VDACS Form 102 - 2004-2005
6.  VDACS Form 102 - 2005-2006
7.  Venue/Catering Invoices/ Vendor Correspondence 2003-2005 
8.  Venue/Catering Invoices/ Vendor Correspondence 2004-2005
9.  Venue/Catering Invoices/ Vendor Correspondence 2005-2006
10.  Verizon Invoices/Vendor Correspondence 2003-2004 
11.  Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Grant Information 2003-2004
12.  Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Grant Information 2004-2005
13.  Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Grant Information 2005-2006
14.  Virginia Beach Foundation Grant Application 2001
15.  Wachovia Investment Information 2003-2004

Sub-Series G: Publicity and Publications

16.  News Releases / Newspaper Articles
17.  Newsletter - Vol. 5 - 2000-2001
18.  Newsletter - Vol. 6 - 2002-2003
19.  Newsletter - Vol. 7 - 2003-2004
20.  Newsletter - Vol. 8 - 2004-2005
21.  Newsletter - Vol. 9 – 2006
22.  Publications
23.  Photos-Other Councils

Box 42

1.  Newspaper Articles 2000-2004
2.  Newsletters, WACA 2000-2004

Sub-Series H: Miscellaneous

3.  Archives of WAC at ODU - Ray Taylor
4.  Certificates
5.  Floppy disks
6.  Foreign Consular Offices in Norfolk
7.  Logos
8.  Miscellaneous
9.  Other Councils (I)
10.  Other Councils (II)
11.  Other Councils (III)

Box 43

1.  Questionnaires (I)
2.  Questionnaires (II)
3.  Strategic Studies and Retreats

Sub-series I: Photos

4.  Corporate Sponsor Campaign Lunch Photos - 2001
5.  Miscellaneous Photographs
6. Negatives
7. Office
8.  Photos - Speakers
9. Waterside - Holiday Inn

Box 44

Sub-series J: VHS Tapes

  1. Mark Malloch Brown, October 22, 2002
  2. Frank Cappiello, November 13, 2002
  3. Kevin Klose, President and CEO of NPR, January 9, 2003
  4. Mitchell Reiss, March 6, 2003
  5. Dr. Khaled A. Al Maeena, September 16, 2004

 Box 45

Sub-series K:  Oversize

1.  Proclamation – World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads Day
3.  Inside Business – October 2-8, 2000
4.  Inside Business – June 28 – July 4, 2004

 

Revised 7/12/13