Kentucky College for Women Records,1854-1945

Abstract

The collection includes correspondence of Presidents Acheson and Allen, which for the most part consists of routine business but will give some insight into the considerable financial problems the school faced. Most notable are the minutes of the trustees, the catalogs and yearbooks, faculty minutes, class records, assorted pamphlets and photo booklets. The Kentucky College for Women can trace its origins to 1854, surviving the Civil War, a catastrophic fire and financial problems, until the late 1950's it became clear a system of co-ordinate education was economically and educationally unviable. The campus closed in 1962 whereupon Centre College fully co-educational for the first time in its history.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Kentucky College for Women Records,1854-1945
Creator
Centre College
Extent
6.5 linear feet, 150 folders, 83 volumes
Subjects
Kentucky College for Women (Danville, Ky.)
Caldwell College (Danville, Ky.)
Bell Seminary (Danville, Ky.)
Princeton Collegiate Institute (Princeton, Ky.)
Women's colleges--Kentucky--Danville
Women--Education (Higher)--Kentucky--Danville
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: John LeDoux; machine-readable finding aid created by:Robert Glass
Repository
Centre College

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Kentucky College for Women (KCW) can trace its origins back to 1854 when the state legislature granted a charter to "earnest Christian men who desired for the young women, not only of this community, but of the state at large, educational advantages similar to those afforded young men in the historic Centre College." The school was to be known as Henderson Female Institute. A board of trustees was elected and efforts began to raise funds for the new institution and select a site. In 1859 the college began erecting a four story brick building, and in the same year selected Professor A. E. Sloane as its president. The school opened in September 1860, under a new name - Caldwell Female Institute - and with high hopes for a rapid expansion.
The Civil War delivered a harsh blow to the young institution as the school struggled to attract students and remain solvent. Sloane resigned in 1864, and Augustine Hart assumed the presidency for one year. Rev. L. G. Barbour succeeded Hart in 1865, and brought the school into new-found prominence. Barbour resigned in 1874. Later that year the school came under the control of Danville's Second Presbyterian Church. In 1876, the institution underwent another name change, and would now be known as Caldwell Female College.
Catastrophe struck in April 1876, when Caldwell's building and most of its contents were destroyed by fire. The insurance money from the fire gave the trustees some hope of reopening the school, but the school remained closed until 1880 when Caldwell purchased the property of the Danville Classical and Military Institute (current site of Danville High School). In September 1881, Caldwell finally reopened with Rev. John Montgomery as president. In 1885, Caldwell consolidated with another local girls' school, Bell Seminary, retaining the name of Caldwell Female College. The name apparently was shortened to Caldwell College in 1904.
Charlotte A. Campbell took over as president in 1886, and served until 1897, when she was succeeded by Dr. John C. Ely. Ely remained until 1902, to be succeeded by John C. Acheson - the only Caldwell president to serve two terms. During Acheson's first term, the school grew and a major building program was instituted which resulted in the construction of the gymnasium, Morgan Hall, and East Hall. In addition, the curriculum was expanded beyond elementary and college preparatory work to include fully accredited Junior College work.
In 1913, the charter was amended and the school renamed Kentucky College for Women. During the same year Princeton Collegiate Institute of Princeton, Kentucky, consolidated with KCW in Danville. Acheson resigned in 1914, and M. Marshall Allen assumed the presidency in 1915.
By 1922, KCW offered four years of standard college work leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Acheson returned to the presidency in 1922, and the college seemed to be prospering as never before. Funding problems remained, however, and Acheson resigned in 1925. Paul B. Boyd was named president in 1925, but KCW's days as an independent institution were numbered.
In 1926, the school opened as the Women's Department of Centre College, and formally consolidated with Centre in 1930. For almost thirty years, Centre maintained two separate campus' - one for women and one for men - but by the late 1950's it became clear this system of co-ordinate education was economically and educationally unviable. The Women's Campus closed in 1962, and the women students moved to new residence halls on the Centre campus. Centre College became fully co-educational for the first time in its history. The Danville City School System acquired the KCW campus, demolished several of the buildings, and used the site to construct a new high school.
Scope and Content
The collection of the Kentucky College for Women, despite the size, does not provide any comprehensive view of the school's history. The bulk of the collection concerns the correspondence of Presidents Acheson and Allen, and for the most part consists of routine business. The correspondence will give some insight into difficulties the school faced, notably its considerable financial problems, but often has a relatively low information content. The researcher is far more likely to find useful information in the minutes of the trustees, the catalogs and yearbooks, faculty minutes, class records, or even assorted pamphlets and photo booklets. Researches should bear in mind that, in general, materials concerning the college following its consolidation with Centre College in 1926 may be located in relevant Centre records.

Contents of the Collection

100. Official and Legal Records, 1854-1923

A. Charter, 1854-1923

Charter and amendments to charter, related incorporation documents - 1854-1923

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Agreement for consolidation between Princeton Collegiate Institute and Kentucky College for Women…

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B. Deeds, 1904-1923

Deeds - 1904-1907

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Deeds - 1917-1921

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Deeds - 1922-1923

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C. Contracts and Agreements, 1905-1922

Contracts and agreements - 1905-1915

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Contracts and agreements - 1919-1922

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D. Mortgage Documents, 1914-1915

Mortgage documents - 1914-1915

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Series E. Miscellaneous, 1923

Miscellaneous official documents and legal papers - undated and dated 1923

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101. Board of Trustees, 1858-1925

A. Correspondence, 1900-1925

Correspondence - undated, and dated 1900-1902

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Correspondence - 1903-1905

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Correspondence - undated, and dated January-September 1906

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Correspondence - October-December 1906

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Correspondence - January-July 1907

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Correspondence - 1907-1910

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Correspondence - 1911-1914

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Correspondence - 1915

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Correspondence - 1916-1919

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Correspondence - 1920-1923

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Correspondence - 1923-1925

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B. Minutes, 1858-1925

Miscellaneous minutes, extracts from minutes and resolutions - undated, and dated 1916-1925

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Minutes of the Board of Trustees, Henderson Female Institute - 1858

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Minutes of the Board of Trustees (with several gaps); also serves as account book/financial journal…

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Minutes of the Board of Trustees - 1902-1925

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C. Princeton Collegiate Institute, 1889-1913

Miscellaneous papers concerning the Princeton Collegiate Institute (removed from the minute books…

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Minutes of the Board of Trustees of the Princeton Collegiate Institute - 1889-1910

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Minutes of the Board of Trustees of the Princeton Collegiate Institute - 1910-1913

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D. Reports (Miscellaneous), 1913-1925

Miscellaneous reports - 1913-1925

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E. Papers (Miscellaneous), 1919

Miscellaneous papers concerning the Board of Trustees, Caldwell College, KCW - 1919

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102. President's Office, 1903-1925

102.1. Early Presidents, n.d.

Currently empty - n.d.

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102.2. John C. Acheson Papers, 1903-1914

Correspondence - undated and dated 1903-1914

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102.3. Frances S. Riher Papers, 1914-1915

Correspondence - 1914-1915

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102.4. M. Marshall Allen Papers, 1915-1922

Correspondence, undated and dated September-December 1915

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Correspondence, undated and dated January 1916

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Correspondence - February 1-15, 1916

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Correspondence - February 16-29, 1916

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Correspondence - March 1-14, 1916

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Correspondence - March 16-31, 1916

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Correspondence - April 1-28, 1916

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Correspondence - May 1-15, 1916

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Correspondence - May 16-31, 1916

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Correspondence - June 1-15, 1916

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Correspondence - June 16-21, 1916

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Correspondence - June 22-30, 1916

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Correspondence - July, 1916

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Correspondence - August 1-15, 1916

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Correspondence - August 16-31, 1916

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Correspondence - 1916-1918

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Correspondence - February-June, 1919

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Correspondence - July 1-August 10, 1919

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Correspondence - August 11-30, 1919

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Correspondence - undated, and dated March-July, 1920

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Correspondence - August 3-14, 1920

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Correspondence - August 16-31, 1920

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Correspondence - September, 1920-1922

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102.5. John C. Acheson Papers, 1922-1925

Correspondence - undated, and dated January, May, June 1-22, 1922

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Correspondence - June 23-July 7, 1922

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Correspondence - July 8-12, 1922

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Correspondence - July 13-17, 1922

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Correspondence - July 18-20, 1922

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Correspondence - July 21-26, 1922

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Correspondence - July 27-30, 1922

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Correspondence, August 1-10, 1922

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Correspondence - August 11-16, 1922

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Correspondence - August 17-19, 1922

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Correspondence - August 21-26, 1922

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Correspondence - August 28-31, 1922

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Correspondence - September 1-6, 1922

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Correspondence - September 7-14, 1922

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Correspondence - September 15-22, 1922

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Correspondence - September 23-27, 1922

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Correspondence - September 28-October 5, 1922

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Correspondence - October 6-14, 1922

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Correspondence - October 16-31, 1922

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Correspondence - November 1-15, 1922

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Correspondence - November 18-December 7, 1922

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Correspondence - December 18-29, 1922

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Correspondence - January 2-20, 1923

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Correspondence - January 22-February 7, 1923

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Correspondence - February 8-20, 1923

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Correspondence - February 21-27, 1923

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Correspondence - March 1-7, 1923

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Correspondence - March 8-15, 1923

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Correspondence - March 16-24, 1923

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Correspondence - March 26-April 7, 1923

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Correspondence - April 9-28, 1923

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Correspondence - May 1-15, 1923

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Correspondence - May 18-31, 1923

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Correspondence - June 1-19, 1923

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Correspondence - June 21-July 14, 1923

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Correspondence - July 16-31, 1923

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Correspondence - August 2-14, 1923

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102.6. Paul B. Boyd Papers, 1924-1925

Correspondence, reports - 1924-1925

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103. Dean's Office, 1915-1924

103.1. Ruth Andrus Papers, 1915-1922

Correspondence - 1915-1916

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Correspondence - April-May, 1916

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Correspondence - June-September, 1916

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Correspondence - 1916-1919

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Correspondence - April 2-May 19, 1919

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Correspondence - May 21-30, 1919

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Correspondence - June-July, 1919

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Correspondence - August, 1919

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Correspondence - June-August, 1920

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Correspondence - September, 1920

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Correspondence - June, 1922

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103.2. Mary Ashby Cheek Papers, 1922-1988

Correspondence (1922-1923); grade book (1923-1924); obituary (April 19, 1988); program from memorial…

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103.3. Ina A. Milroy Papers, 1924

Letter to Miss Milroy - July 21, 1924

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104. Student Records, 1861-1942

A. Class Records, 1904-1925

Miscellaneous grade reports, transcripts - 1905-1918

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Class records (1904-1911); undated matriculation record (except for two papers, dated 1909-1910…

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Class records (1911-1913); also contains undated class lists - 1911-1913

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Class records (1913-1914); record of signouts for women students (1915-1918); various lists of…

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Class records (1922-1925). Divided by subject; records for high school/preparatory school in back of…

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Class Records (1913-1922). Divided by subject - 1913-1922

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B. Class and Student Lists, 1861-1942

Class/student lists - undated, and dated 1912-1942

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Lists of graduates and non-graduates (1861-1920). Handwritten volume, also contains some listing of…

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C. Miscellaneous, 1915-1916

Miscellaneous papers concerning college registrations - undated, and dated 1915-1916

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D. Admissions (Miscellaneous), 1913-1918

Miscellaneous documents concerning admissions, prospective students. Also includes entrance…

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105. Financial Records, 1903-1925

A. Financial Statements, 1915-1925

Miscellaneous financial ledger listings/financial statements - 1915

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Miscellaneous financial statements (consisting mostly of accounts paid and accounts receivable…

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Miscellaneous financial ledger listings/financial statements - 1923-1925

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B. Receipts and Disbursements, 1903-1924

Annual statements of receipts and disbursements - 1903-1907

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Annual statements of receipts and disbursements - 1913-1924

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Monthly statements of receipts and disbursements - 1918-1919

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Monthly statements of receipts and disbursements - 1919-1920

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Monthly statements of receipts and disbursements - 1920-1922

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Monthly statements of receipts and disbursements - 1922-1924

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C. Financial (Miscellaneous), 1911-1925

Miscellaneous invoices - undated and dated 1911-1923

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Miscellaneous lists of expenses - undated and dated 1914-1923

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Receipts, expenses, ticket sales, subscriptions to KCW Artist Series - undated, and dated 1913-1916

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Report of detailed audit, KCW - 1924-1925

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D. Subscriptions and Endowment, 1906-1925

Miscellaneous documents (including promissory notes) related to raising subscriptions for endowment…

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Subscription lists and lists of contributors - undated and dated 1906-1925

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106. Building Proposals, 1905-1916

Miscellaneous building proposals, estimates and specifications - undated, and dated 1905-1916

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107. Presbyterian Church, 1903-1925

Reports and applications to the College Board - undated, and dated 1904-1906

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Reports and applications to the College Board - 1907-1916

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Reports and applications to the College Board - 1916-1920

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Reports and applications to the College Board - 1920-1925

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Reports by committees to the Synods. Includes reports concerning the joint control of the college by…

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Miscellaneous materials concerning Caldwell College and the Synods - undated, and dated 1903

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108. Faculty and Staff, 1913-1931

108.1. Faculty (General), 1913-1931

Lists of faculty members - undated, and dated 1913-1917

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Miscellaneous course descriptions and text assignments - undated, and dated 1924-1925

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Miscellaneous faculty correspondence, minutes, resolutions - undated, and dated 1928-1930

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Miscellaneous faculty minutes - 1919-1931

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108.2. Food and Domestic Services, 1915-1925

Miscellaneous correspondence and lists concerning the operation of the food service (and possibly…

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108.3. Physical Education, 1916

Correspondence concerning physical education and sports. Most concern a proposed basketball game…

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109. Library, 1920-1922

A. Correspondence, 1920-1922

Library correspondence - 1920-1922

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B. Accession Books, n.d.

Library Accession Book (Accessions 1-1000) - n.d.

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Library Accession Book (Accessions 1,001-2,026) - n.d.

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Library Accession Book (Accessions 2,027-3,000) - n.d.

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110. Autograph Books/Scrapbooks, 1861-1914

Autograph Book, Fannie H. Lucas (Class of 1868) - 1861-1868

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Autograph Book, Lizzie B. Scott (Class of 1872) - 1862-1871

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Scrapbook, Augusta Rogers (Class of 1914) - 1911-1914

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111. Reports (Miscellaneous), 1906-1924

Miscellaneous reports - 1906-1924

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112. Programs, 1861-1926

112.1. Commencement, Baccalaureate, Class Day Programs, 1861-1925

Class Day (1899, 1901, 1903); Baccalaureate (1903); Commencement (1861, 1870, 1874, 1885, 1901, 1902…

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Class Day (1915-1916, 1918); Baccalaureate (1915); Announcements (1912); Invitations/class cards…

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Class Day (1920); Baccalaureate (1923); Commencement (1919-1920, 1922, 1924-1925); College Prep…

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112.2. Concert and Recital Programs, 1890-1925

Concerts and recitals by students and visiting artists - undated, and dated 1890-1915

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Concerts and recitals by students and visiting artists - 1915-1922

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Concerts and recitals - 1923-1925

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112.3. Theater Programs, 1911-1926

Theater productions, with faculty or students of KCW - undated, and dated 1911-1926

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112.4. Programs (Miscellaneous), 1913-1925

Miscellaneous programs from KCW, grouped together by type of event, then arranged chronologically…

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113. Student Affairs, 1889-1916

Student housing lists - undated, and dated 1914-1916

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College/dormitory rules - undated, and dated 1915-1916

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Miscellaneous items concerning student activities, including a constitution of the Student…

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114. Publications, 1860-1945

A. Miscellaneous, 1905-1925

News releases, notices intended for newspapers - undated, and dated 1916

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Newspaper ads for KCW - undated, and dated 1913-1916

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Brochures and pamphlets concerning Caldwell College/KCW - 1905-1925

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Photobooklets concerning KCW - 1913-1915

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Photobooklets concerning KCW - 1910-1925

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B. Yearbooks, 1910-1930

Blue Book, 1910

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Chronicle, 1911

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Daisy, 1916

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Daisy, 1918

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Daisy, 1919

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Daisy, 1920

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Daisy, 1921

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Daisy, 1922

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Chronicle, 1923

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Chronicle, 1925

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Old Centre, 1929

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Old Centre, 1930

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C. Annual Catalogs, 1860-1945

Catalogue, 1860

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Catalogue, 1861

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Catalogue, 1862

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Catalogue, 1863

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Catalogue, 1870

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Catalogue, 1871

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Catalogue, 1872

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Catalogue, 1881

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Catalogue, 1882

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Catalogue, 1883

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Register, 1889

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Register, 1892

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Register, 1894

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Register, 1896

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Announcement, 1897

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Catalogue, 1898

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Catalogue, 1900

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Catalogue, 1901

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Catalogue, 1902

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Catalogue, 1903

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Catalogue, 1904

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Catalogue, 1905

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Catalogue, 1906

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Catalogue, 1907

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Catalogue, 1908

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Catalogue, 1909

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Catalogue, 1910

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Catalogue, 1911

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Catalogue, 1912

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Catalogue, 1913

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Catalogue, 1914

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Catalogue, 1915

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Catalogue, 1916

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Catalogue, 1917

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Catalogue, 1919

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Catalogue, 1921

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Catalogue, 1922

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Catalogue, 1923

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Catalogue, 1924

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Bulletin, 1925

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Bulletin, 1926

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Catalogue, 1927

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Catalogue, 1928

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Catalogue, 1929

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Catalogue, 1930

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Catalogue, 1931

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Catalogue, 1932

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Catalogue, 1933

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Catalogue, 1934

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Catalogue, 1935

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Catalogue, 1936

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Catalogue, 1937

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Bulletin, 1945

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115. Oversize, 1869-1915

Miscellaneous items, including concert tickets, school songs, etc.; sheet music for "L'Adieu…

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116. Student Correspondence, 1864

Letter from "Annie" to mother (photocopy) - April 22, 1864

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