Rockwood, C. Lavar, 1928-2015
- Existence: 1928 - 2015
C. LaVar Rockwood (1928-2015) was an academic administrator in Utah.
Citation:Brigham Young University. University Relations. Records, 1956-1983 (name not given)
Daines, J. G. Brigham Young University L. Tom Perry Special Collections worksheet, 2004 (C. Lavar Rockwood; b. 1928)
Legacy.com, via WWW, December 15, 2021 (C. LaVar Rockwood; d. July 23, 2015; b. September 6, 1928 in Salt Lake City, Utah; parents: Clarence LeRoy Rockwood and Vesta Arilla Eyre Rockwood; raised in Sugar House area, Salt Lake City; served mission for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to South Africa; m. Shirley W. Rockwood, three children; m. Shirley Gilles Rockwood)
Familysearch, via WWW, December 15, 2021 (Clarence LaVar Rockwood; d. in Springville, Utah; worked as Student Activities Coordinator at Brigham Young University)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Contains monthly and annual reports, meeting minutes, reports, and policy statements from the department for the years 1956-1983.
Contains correspondence from the department for the years 1962-1981. The materials mainly pertain to the day to day functions of the department.
Contains minutes, memorandums, and reports from the Head of Resident Housing during 1968-1982.
The series contains manuals, reports, and other materials pertaining to the housing department during 1956-1979.
Contains published reports, forms, and training materials for the landlords from 1960-1980. Materials include correspondence, reports, and workshops.
The series contains reports, handouts, and recaps of summer conferences during 1972-1979.
The series contains reports on students and housing complexes during 1976-1981.
Letter to BYU Broadcasting from C. LaVar Rockwood describing two riots that took place at Brigham Young University in the 1960s. The first occurred at the old football stadium and was protesting the shortening of the Christmas vacation. The second took place at Helaman Halls shortly after two dorms had been converted to house women and was known as the "panty raid." Ernest L. Wilkinson was involved in resolving the "panty raid."