The Iaquinta papers fill eight boxes and include materials dating from 1962 through 1966 along with some undated items. The collection relflects the curriculum offered by Northwestern during the mid-1960s. It also illustrates the workings of several student-faculty committees of that era.
The collection is divided into two main headings: course materials and student group materials. Course materials, including notes, examinations and syllabi, are thorough though they contain few, if any, personal observations. They are arranged in folders alphabetically by course title.
Records of Iaquinta's extensive involvement with student groups include minutes, agendas, notes and related materials. They are arranged alphabetically by committee or organization name.
A few items relating to Iaquinta's high school career and graduate studies have been interfiled with the student group materials under the following headings: Columbia University and High School Debate Team.