Black and white photographs of Moratorium, a two-day suspension of classes to allow for College-wide discussion of student grievances over the Vietnam War, race relations, College governance, and coeducation. Photographed are students, faculty, staff, trustees, and other attendees. Events photographed are in various locations including on the Main Quadrangle (also known as the first-year quad), outside of Valentine Hall, in the Faculty Service Center, in front of Converse Hall, in the Cole Assembly Room of Converse, and in Coolidge Cage in the Alumni Gymnasium & Athletic Complex. Individuals photographed may include John William Ward, Prosser Gifford, John Mudge, John Ratte, Carroll Westfall, Kim Townsend, Calvin Hastings Plimpton, and Eugene S. Wilson. These photographs are assumed to have been taken by the College Photographer for the Office of Public Affairs (now the Office of Communications). Jim Gerhard was the College Photographer from the mid-1960s to 1971.