Henry Hardin Cherry Collection, 1902-1944.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Henry Hardin Cherry Collection, 1902-1944.
Creator
Cherry, Henry Hardin, 1864-1937
Extent
90 boxes, 61 cu. ft.
Subjects
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Bowling Green Business College and Literary Institute
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Southern Normal School
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Southern Normal School and Business College
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Western Kentucky State Normal School
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Western Kentucky State Teachers College
Cherry, Henry Hardin, 1864-1937
Colleges and universities - Western Kentucky State Teachers College
Colleges and universities - Western Kentucky University
Education, business - Warren County, Kentucky
Education, higher - Administration
Education, teacher - Warren County, Kentucky
Schools, business - Bowling Green Business College and Literary Institute
Schools, business - Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College
Schools, business - Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University
Schools, business - Southern Normal School and Business College
Schools, normal - Southern Normal School
Schools, normal - Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College
Schools, normal - Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University
Schools, normal - Western Kentucky State Normal School
Schools, normal - Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College
Warren County, Kentucky - Colleges and universities
Warren County, Kentucky - Schools, business
Warren County, Kentucky - Schools, normal
Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, Kentucky) - Presidents
Finding Aid Author
Archives Staff
Repository
Western Kentucky University

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Henry Hardin Cherry was born in Warren County, Kentucky on November 16, 1864. He and his brother Thomas Crittenden Cherry attended the Southern Normal School and Business College in Bowling Green, Kentucky after its 1884 move from Glasgow, where it was known as the Glasgow Normal School. The Cherry brothers later taught in rural schools for six years, and Henry also taught a few classes at the Southern Normal.
In 1892, the Cherry brothers acquired the school. Henry was manager, recruiter, and head of the business department, while Thomas taught the normal curriculum. Under their ownership, the school was known successively as the Bowling Green Business College and Literary Institute, Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College, and Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University.
The school grew and moved into new facilities in 1901. Thomas eventually sold his share to his brother and became superintendent of the Bowling Green public schools.
Henry Hardin Cherry was active in the campaign to encourage the establishment of a state-supported teacher training school. In 1906, the impetus to create a new normal school was strong, with two towns actively seeking the institution. The General Assembly decided to authorize two normal schools, placing one in Bowling Green and one in Richmond with each given an assigned recruitment area. Southern Normal School was converted into the Western Kentucky State Normal School and Henry Hardin Cherry became its first president. After several years of steady growth, the institution moved to a new facility in 1911.
Cherry used his political skills and contacts, including two unsuccessful candidacies for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination (1915 and 1919), to boost Western. The school was renamed twice during his administration, first as Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College and then as Western Kentucky State Teachers College. Emphasis shifted to baccalaureate degrees, as programs to educate students not interested in teaching were added. Dr. Cherry served as president of Western until his death on August 1, 1937.
Scope and Content
These materials reflect the career of Cherry, the founder and first president of (what is now) Western Kentucky University. Present are Cherry's general and special correspondence, faculty applications, contract letters, and superintendents' reports (1911) about Western alumni teaching in county school systems. Mailing lists of prospective students, recommendations for students written by Dr. Cherry and the faculty, placement records, building and maintenance records, and departmental reports are present also. Other papers concern Cherry's gubernatorial races, his activities with the Kentucky Education Association, the fund to commission a statue of Dr. Cherry, and Western's twenty-fifth anniversary celebration in 1931. The collection also has personal correspondence, speeches, obituary notices, and scrapbooks (37 vols.) relating to Dr. Cherry.

Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, 1902-1926

General Correspondence, A-G. 1902-1911.

General Correspondence, includes correspondence with Henry Wright, 1909 and William F. Feagin, Secretary of the Southern Education Association.

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General Correspondence, H-Z. 1911-1915.

Barks, Dale Hamlett, 1913-1915.

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Bowling Green Business University. 1912.

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Bush-Krebs Co. 1914-16.

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Catalog Covers. 1915.

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Cheek, J.C. 1913.

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Christmas Greetings. 1915, 1918.

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Coates, Thomas Jackson (1967-1928). 1913.

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Cole, H. K. 1913.

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Corn Club.

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Crabb, J. G. 1913-14.

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Critic Teachers for 1st - 7-8 Grades. 1915.

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Galloway, Ewing.

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Gilbert, V. O. 1913-16.

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Grinstead, P. W. 1913.

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Gooch, W. J. 1913-16.

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Haswell, Barks Dale. 1913-15.

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Latin Teachers in Kentucky. 1911.

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McCreary, James Bennett (1838-1918).

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McFerran, John Byrd. 1913-15.

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Sinking Fund. 1913.

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Speed, James. 1913.

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Superintendents, A-G. 1911.

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Superintendents, H-Z. 1911.

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Wilson, Gordon (1888-1970). 1914.

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Wright, Henry. 1913.

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General Correspondence (1915 A - 1921 M). 1915-21.

Boarding Home. 1917-21.

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Boone, Miss Lalle. 1919-21.

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Bowling Green Business University. 1916-21.

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Canning Course. 1917-21.

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Chautauqua. 1914-21.

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Claxton, P. P., (Comm. Ed. Washington, D.C.). 1920.

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Coates, Thomas Jackson (1867-1928), President, Eastern.1917-21.

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Cole, H. K. 1916-17.

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Colvin, George. 1921.

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Cooper, R. E., Hopkinsville. 1917-21.

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Crabb, Alfred Leland (1884-1979). 1916.

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Curriculum. 1920.

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Defense. 1917-21.

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Eastern Normal. 1916-17.

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Federal Board Boys. 1917-21.

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Gilbert, Superintendent V. O., Frankfort, Ky. 1916-17.

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Gooch, W. J. 1916-17.

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Haswell, John P., Jr. 1917-21.

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Hospital. 1920.

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Lecture Circulars. 1920-1921.

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Manual Training. 1920.

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Matron. 1921-1922.

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Mell, Alonzo W. (1855-1931). 1916-1917.

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Morrow, Edwin Porch (1877-1935), Governor. 1917-1921.

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Murphy, D. X. 1917-1921.

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National Defense. 1917-1918.

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Rural Life. 1917-1918.

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Stanley, Augustus Owsley (1867-1958), Governor. 1916-1917.

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Training School for 1st- 7 & 8 grades. 1915.

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War Work - Council of Defense. 1917-1921. 2 folders.

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General Correspondence N-Z of 1917-21; A-K of 1922. 1917-1922.

Bowling Green Business University. 1920-22.

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Gilbert, V. O. 1920-22.

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Haswell, J. P. 1920-22.

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Patriotic Conference. 1917-1921.

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Rural Life Conference. 1917-1921.

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S.A.T.C. 1917-1921.

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Scholarships. 1918-1920.

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Training School B.G. Board of Education.

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World War I Era. 1918.

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Wright, Henry. 1917-1921.

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General Correspondence L-Z of 1922; A-Carr of 1923. 1922-1923.

Athletics. 1920-23.

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Bowling Green Business University. 1923-24.

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Bush-Krebs Company. 1923.

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Cafeteria. 1923.

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Carr, J. W. 1920-23.

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Mell, Alonzo W. 1922.

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State Journal Printing Company. 1922.

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Telegrams. 1922.

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General Correspondence Cherry - Q. 1923.

Circulars. 1920-23.

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Coates, Thomas Jackson (1967-1928). 1923.

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Colvin, George (State Superintendent Education). 1923.

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Cooper, R. E. 1920-24.

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Cuthbertson, Sterett (1882-1962). 1923-24.

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Dearing Publishing Company. 1923.

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Dormitory. 1919-23.

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Eastern Normal School. 1920, 1923.

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Equipment. 1923.

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Federal Board Boys. 1920-23.

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Gilmour, Mrs. Mary. 1920-23.

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Haswell, J.P. 1922-23.

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James, Henry (State Inspt.). 1921-23.

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D.X. Murray Bros. 1920-23.

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Morrow,Edwin Porch (1877-1935), Governor. 1920-23.

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National Education Association. 1923.

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Penmanship. 1923.

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Physical Education. 1923.

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Potter, Julian Whitfield (1889-1926). 1923.

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Programs. 1923.

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Questionnaires. 1923.

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General Correspondence R - Hi. 1923-24.

Rhoads, McHenry. 1923.

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Scholarships. 1923.

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Schools. 1923.

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State Journal Printing Company. 1923.

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State Normal Schools. 1923.

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Teachers College. 1923.

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Telegrams. 1923.

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University. 1923.

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Miscellaneous. 1924.

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General Correspondence Ho - Cn. 1924-25.

General Correspondence, includes Potter, Julian Whitfield (1889-1926),1924.

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General Correspondence Co - Sch. 1925.

General Correspondence, includes Craig, W. J.

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General Correspondence Sci - Jn. 1925-26.

General Correspondence, includes 1926 Annual.

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Correspondence, 1927-33, 1927-33.

General Correspondence Jo - Z. 1926.

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General Correspondence A-Z of 1927; A-I of 1928. 1927-28.

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Includes George Colvin, Louisville & Jefferson Co. Children's Home; T. J. Coates Industrial Arts Building Manual ArtsBuilding; Typhoid Epidemic.
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General Correspondence J - Z. 1928.

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Includes 1928 War Departmentcorrespondence.
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General Correspondence A - S. 1929.

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General Correspondence T - Q. 1929-30.

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General Correspondence R - K of 1930. 1929-30.

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Williams, R. E. 1930

Wells, Rainey T., President. 1930

Wright, Henry. 1929-30

General Correspondence L(File II)- C. 1930-31.

General Correspondence, includes Bush-Krebs, 1931.

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General Correspondence D - T. 1931.

Davis, Brinton B. 1931.

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Donovan, Herman L. 1931.

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Physical Education, Mr. Miller. 1931.

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State Journal Printing Company. 1931.

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Teachers Agencies. 1930-31.

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Telegrams. 1930.

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General Correspondence U - Z. 1931-32.

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General Correspondence A - Z. 1933.

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Correspondence, 1934-37, 1934-37

General Correspondence A - C (File I). 1934-35.

Crabb, Alfred Leland (1884-1979). 1934.

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High School Senior Day. 1934.

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Executive Committee WPA-NYA Cherry & Grise. 1937.

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McLean, Mattie (1882-1954); Tuck, Ruth; Grise, Finley C.1934.

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McLean, Mattie (1882-1954); Students Applications, Student Work,F.E.R.A. Work. 1934.

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General Correspondence Ci-R (File II). 1935.

General Correspondence

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General Correspondence S(File I) - M(File II). 1935.

General Correspondence, includes Bush - Krebs; Cherry, Elizabeth(1911- ).

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General Correspondence N (1935 File II) - Q (1936). 1935-1936.

State Journal Co. 1935.

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Applications for Coach, Varsity Players. 1936.

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Civilian Conservation Corps. 1934, 1936.

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Football Letters. 1936.

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Invitations. 1936.

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General Correspondence R-Z of 1936; File I & II of 1937. 1936-37.

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Special Correspondence, 1914-1937. 1914-1937

Special Correspondence. 1914-31.

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Special Correspondence. 1921-23.

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Special Correspondence (C-Z). 1922-31.

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Special Correspondence. 1935-37.

Civil Works Administration.

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Classroom Building.

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Davis, Brinton Beauregard (1862-1952).

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Federal Emergency Relief Administration.

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Federal Loan Application.

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Ford, Dr. Marion Conner (1888-1940).

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Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration.

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Lowman, Josephine Cherry (1899- ).

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Public Works Administration.

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Radio Program Broadcast.

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Sims, Elizabeth Cherry & Sims, John Earl.

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State Journal Printing Company.

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State Planning Board.

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Wright, Henry.

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Correspondence - Faculty Applications. 1906-14.

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Correspondence - Faculty Applications. 1920-28.

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Special Correspondence - Contract Letters A-M. 1911-37.

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Special Correspondence - Contract Letters N-Z. 1911-37.

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Student Recruitment

Correspondence - Superintendents Reports. 1911.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students. 1906-12.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students, Trustees,Teachers, and Common School Graduates. 1908-11.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students Placement.1910-12.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students. 1910-11.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students InstituteReports. 1911.

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Student Assistants & Placements, 1910-331910-33

Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students. 1912-1924.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students by county.1927.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective Students. 1927.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - High School Seniors. 1928-29.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - A-R. 1931-32.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - S-Z. 1931-32.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective students (Senior Lists).1930-31. 1934-35.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective students - by countyA-L. 1933-35.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective students - by countyM-W. 1933-35.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Grade & high school prospectivestudents by county. 1933-34.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Rural, graded, and high schoolfaculty prospective students. 1932-33.

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Correspondence & Mailing Lists - Prospective students who areteachers, principals, etc. 1934-35.

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Correspondence - Student Assistant Lists. 1929-32.

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Correspondence - Student Assistant Lists. 1932-33.

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Correspondence - Placement. 1916-20. 1910-11.

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Correspondence - Placement (By cities). 1920-23.

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Correspondence - Placement Forms (A-K). 1923.

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Correspondence - Placement Forms (L-Z). 1923.

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Correspondence - Recommendations (Students). 1922-23.

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Faculty Papers, 1930-441930-44

Alexander, J. R. 3 folders. 1931-1944.

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Baker, W. M. 2 folders.

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Barnes, Carl. 3 folders. 1937-44.

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Billings, M. L. 3 folders. 1931-1940.

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Brown, Hayward. 1 folder. 1941.

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Burton, A. C. 1 folder. 1931-1936.

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Cannon, Chester N. 2 folders. 1937-42.

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Cherry, Mrs. T. C. 1 folder. 1931-36.

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Clagett, J. H. 1 folder. 1931-1936.

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Clagett, Marjorie. 1 folder. 1931-1936

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Clark, Ethel. 2 folders. 1931-1936; 1944.

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Cole, B. C. 1 folder. 1937-1940.

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Compton, Miriam. 1 folder. 1931-1936.

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Cornette, James P. 2 folders. 1931-1940.

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Craig, G. G. 1 folder. 1931-1936.

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Craig, William J. 1 folder. 1931-1936.

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Cuthbertson, Sterret (1882-1962).1 folder. 1937-1940.

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Day, Charlotte "Lotta". 8 folders. 1930-1943.

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Dean, Harlow F. 1 folder. 1937-1940.

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Denham, C. P. 1 folder. 1937-40

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Diddle, Edgar Allen (1895-1970). 2 folders. 1931-36; 1940-44.

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Edens, W. J. 4 folders. 1931-1942.

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Egbert, Ercell J. 2 folders. 1931-36, 1941.

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Evans, Margaret. 1 folder. 1931-36.

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Ford, Marion Conner (1888-1940). 5 folders. 1930-40

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Ford, Marion Conner (1888-1940).2 folders. 1937-40.

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Forman, Guy (1906- ). 1 folder. 1941-43.

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Gibson, J. Sullivan (1901- ).1 folder. 1931-36.

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Gibbs, Roxie (1914- ).1 folder. 1937-40.

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Griffin, Judson Ray (1901-1950). 3 folders. 1931-1944.

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Grise, Finley C. (1886-1973). 1 folder. 1931-36.

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Gunderson, Hugh A. (1911- ). 1 folder. 1941-42.

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Hall, James L. (1901?-1974). 1 folder. 1940-44.

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Hart, Weldon A. (1911-1957). 1 folder.1940-44.

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Helm, Margie May (1894-1991). 1 folder. 1931-36.

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Henderson, Arthur William (1908- ), Music Department.1 item. n.d.

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Hill, Will B. (1883?-1968). 3 folders. 1931-44.

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Hines, J. Porter (1878-1961).1 folder. 1943.

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Hall, Collier and Howard, R. P.1 folder. 1938.

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Hunt, Helen Marie Jane (1904- ).1 folder. 1931-36.

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Jeffries, Sarah Ellen "Ella" (1872-1953). 2 folders. 1931-40.

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Johnson, Lowe G. (1892-1932), History Department.1 folder. 1930, 1932.

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Jones, Leslie Phillip (1889- ). 1 folder. 1931-36.

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Lancaster, Lennie Young (1893-1980).5 folders. 1931-1944.

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Leins, James Frederick (1913- ). 1 folder. 1940-44.

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Lemons, Mary Ruth (1909- ).2 folders. 1937-44.

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Logan, Lena Crain (1909- ).1 folder. 1940-44.

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Loudermilk, Charles Andrew (1887-1969).3 folders. 1931-40.

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Massinger, Charles (1895- ).1 folder. 1941-42.

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Matthews, William Lewis (1887-1971). 1 folder. 1931-36.

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McChesney, Hardin Field (1887?-1981).1 folder. 1937-40.

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McClanahan, Susie West (1889-1951). 1 folder. 1932, 1942-44.

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McKinney, David Hampton (1907- ), Department ofEconomics.1 folder. 1939.

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McMurtry, Allen Horace (1887-1946), Department ofEducation.

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McNally, Carl Peter (1901-1976).1 folder. 1931-36.

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Miller, Ernest R. (1894- ).1 folder. 1932.

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Moore, Earl Austin (1892-1978).3 folders. 1931-40.

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Moore, Mary Taylor Leiper (1885-1973).1 folder. 1935, 1940.

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Music Festival; John Nathaniel Vincent, Jr. (1902-1977),chairman.1 folder. 1940.

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Page, George Vernon (1890-1985). 2 folders. 1937-42.

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Pearce, William M. (1879?-1970). 1 folder. 1940.

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Poteet, James H. (1896-1984). 1 folder. 1942.

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Redd, Bertie Louise (1896-1994), Health Department. 2 folders. 1930-1936.

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Reynolds, Mildred May (1898?-1990), Dining Hallsdirector.1 folder. 1930.

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Richards, Frances (1893-1991). 3 folders. 1931-44.

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Rippey, Jird H. (1903- ). 1 folder. 1930.

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Miscellaneous.1 folder. 1920-33.

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Stickles, Arndt Mathis (1872-1968).18 folders. 1931-43.

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Stith, Mary Emma (1893?-1979). 2 folders. 1931, 1935.

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Taylor, Charles L. (1887-1965), Agriculture Department.13 folders. 1930, 1937-43.

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Taylor, Mary Lee (1902- ), Home EconomicsDepartment.1 folder. 1929-31.

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Taylor, Orba F., Department of Economics.1 folder. 1940.

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Thompson, Dorothy Octavia (1904- ).1 folder. 1931.

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Thompson, Edwin Kelly (1909-1993). 2 folders. 1931-36, 1940-44.

  • Box 60, folder 36-37
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Travelstead, Nelle Gooch (1888-1974). 3 folders. 1931-44.

  • Box 61, folder 1-3
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Vincent, John Nathaniel, Jr. (1902-1977). 9 folders. 1937-1944.

  • Box 61, folder 4-12
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Whitmer, Joseph Rutledge (1890-1961). 3 folders. 1930-39.

  • Box 61, folder 13-15
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Willey, Warner Moore (1896-1968). 1 folder. 1932-36.

  • Box 61, folder 16
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Wilson, Gordon, Sr. (1888-1970). 3 folders. 1931-42.

  • Box 61, folder 17-19
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Wilson, Ivan (1889-1981). 1 folder. 1940.

  • Box 61, folder 20
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Winkenhofer, Arnold W. (1905-1989). 1 folder. 1942.

  • Box 61, folder 21
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Wood, George Emery. 1 folder. 1931-36.

  • Box 61, folder 22
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Woods, Elizabeth Moseley (1865-1967). 3 folders. 1931-40.

  • Box 61, folder 23-25
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Recommendations, 1924-371924-37

Correspondence - Student Recommendations. 1924-28.

  • Box 62
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Correspondence - Student Recommendations. 1929-35.

  • Box 63
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Correspondence - Student Recommendations. 1936-37.

  • Box 64
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Speeches, 1917-271917-27

Addresses and Chapel Talks. 1917-24.

  • Box 65
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Lecture and Lyceum Programs. 1913-27.

  • Box 66
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Buildings & Maintenance

Buildings & Maintenance - Equipment Catalogs.

  • Box 67
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Buildings & Maintenance - Filters & Refrigerators.

  • Box 68
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Building & Maintenance - Training School. 1924.

  • Box 69
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Building & Maintenance - Filters & Refrigerators.

  • Box 70
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Kentucky Building Campaign. 1928-29.

  • Box 71
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Correspondence - Art Exhibits & Kentucky Bldg. Collection.

  • Box 72
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Reports & Miscellaneous, 1907-361907-36

Miscellany: Reports to Board of Regents.

  • Box 73
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Miscellany: Report to Board of Regents. 1907-36.

  • Box 74
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Miscellany: Journal and Steno notebooks.

  • Box 75
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Personal, 1909-361909-36

Personal Correspondence. 1909-36.

Family correspondence:

Cherry, A. A. 5 items. 1930.

  • Box 76, folder 1
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Cherry, Ada Elizabeth. 5 items. 1931-34.

  • Box 76, folder 2
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Cherry, Alice (b.1902) and Bess (1905-1990). 10 items. 1918-25.

  • Box 76, folder 3
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Cherry, Anabel. 2 items. 1916.

  • Box 76, folder 4
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Cherry, Ariel Clarence (1878-1961). 19 items. 1906-30.

  • Box 76, folder 5
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Cherry, Bess (1877-1954). 63 items. 1914-36, n.d.

  • Box 76, folder 6
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Cherry, Douglas E. 4 items. 1924.

  • Box 76, folder 7
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Cherry, Elijah A. (b.1862). 11 items. 1910-19.

  • Box 76, folder 8
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Cherry, Elizabeth E. (1890-1985). 2 items. 1918-20.

  • Box 76, folder 9
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Cherry, Elizabeth Frances (1911-1987). 29 items. 1918-34.

  • Box 76, folder 10
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Cherry, Emma Lee and Homer. 5 items. 1917-33.

  • Box 76, folder 11
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Cherry, Eugene. 8 items. 1915-24.

  • Box 76, folder 12
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Cherry, Frances Louise (b.1905) and George Washington Jr. (1907-1967). 8 items. 1923-31.

  • Box 76, folder 13
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Cherry, Frances Willard (b.1899). 1 item. 1915.

  • Box 76, folder 14
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Cherry, George L. (1891-1954) and Agnes Mathis (d.1982). 1930-36. 6 items.

  • Box 76, folder 15
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Cherry, George Washington (1867-1936). 2 folders, 122 items.1909-36.

  • Box 76, folder 16
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Cherry, Harold (1900-1986). 4 items. 1921.

  • Box 76, folder 17
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Cherry, Henry Hardin Jr. (1916-1980). 17 items. 1923-32.

  • Box 76, folder 18
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Cherry, Ira Ithiel (1876-1965). 3 items. 1906-07.

  • Box 76, folder 19
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Cherry, Isaac Lafayette (1854-1918). 7 items. 1912-17.

  • Box 76, folder 20
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Cherry, Jeremiah Taylor (1852-1936). 99 items. 1910-35.

  • Box 76, folder 21
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Cherry, John Wesley (1856-1912). 35 items. 1907-12.

  • Box 76, folder 22
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Cherry, John Wesley Jr. (1894-1920), Maybelle (1893-1977)and Mrs. John Wesley ("Mary"/"May")(1865-1930). 26 items. 1910-23.

  • Box 76, folder 23
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Cherry, Josephine Frisbie (1899-1983). 34 items. 1918-29, n.d.

  • Box 76, folder 24
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Cherry, Laura Ethel (1862-1956). 3 items. 1923-26.

  • Box 76, folder 25
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Cherry, Martha F. (1832-1919). 8 items. 1911-17.

  • Box 76, folder 26
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Cherry, Redford Columbus (1871-1917). 64 items. 1906-17, n.d.

  • Box 76, folder 27
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Cherry, Samuel Davidson (1885-1961). 4 items. 1911-31.

  • Box 76, folder 28
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Cherry, Thomas Crittenden (1862-1947). 59 items. 1911-36.

  • Box 76, folder 29
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Cherry, Thomas L. 24 items. 1914-25.

  • Box 76, folder 30
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Cherry, William Bailey (1860-1921) and Cora Gott (1876-1931). 27 items. 1911-17, n.d.

  • Box 76, folder 31
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Cherry, William Bailey Jr. (b.1916). 1 item. 1933.

  • Box 76, folder 32
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Clark, Maybelle. 6 items. 1915-36.

  • Box 76, folder 33
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Falls, Laura Ethel Cherry (1895-1962). 1 item. 1921.

  • Box 76, folder 34
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Ward, Adelia Belle Cherry (1875-1961). 1 item. 1924.

  • Box 76, folder 35
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Other correspondence:

Expense Account Statement. 1 item. 1906.

  • Box 76, folder 36
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Florida Vacation - Incoming correspondence. 5 items. 1913.

  • Box 76, folder 37
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McLean, Mattie M. - School-related correspondence. 28 items. 1915-30, n.d.

  • Box 76, folder 38
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Wedding Invitations Received. 9 items. 1907-24, n.y.

  • Box 76, folder 39
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Miscellaneous correspondence. 34 items. 1914-30, n.d.

  • Box 76, folder 40
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Biographical Sketch - Bills and Receipts (Personal). 1907-11.

  • Box 76A
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Biographical Sketch - Articles.

  • Box 77
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Warren County Chautauqua.

  • Box 78
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Biographical Sketch - Governor's Race. 1919.

  • Box 79
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Biographical Sketch - Governor's Race (Correspondence).1914-15.

  • Box 80
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Kentucky Education Association: Audits, Correspondence & Minutes.1926-32.

  • Box 81
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Twenty-Fifth Anniversary. 1931.

  • Box 83
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Twenty-Fifth Anniversary and Letters of Appreciation of Dr. Cherry.1931.

  • Box 83A
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Statue Fund Committee. 1930-37.

  • Box 84
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Speeches and Manuscripts.

  • Box 85
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Manuscripts for Education: The Basis of Democracy.

  • Box 86
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Notes (handwritten) for speeches. 1933-37.

  • Box 87
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