Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Interview conducted by Dale Treleven of the Historical Society staff with Mrs. Jean Long, Dunn County, Wisconsin, concerning her experiences as a school teacher in Montana in the 1910's, a Wisconsin farm wife in the 1920's, and educational leader of first the Central Cooperative Wholesale then the Wisconsin Farmers Union, 1930's-1960's; with much information on the cooperative movement in Wisconsin, Farmers Union and other farm organization leaders, and the role of the Works Progress Administration. One folder contains publications used by Jean Long in the Farmers Union education program
Cornell University Libraries
Consists chiefly of correspondence of Joseph Mire (executive secretary) with Robert J. Blakeley (director of grant programs, Ford Foundation Fund for Adult Education) and various Fund for Adult Education (FAE) staff members
Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library
Correspondence, articles, clippings, notes, and other material concerning Congregation Oheb Shalom, South Orange, N.J. and Temple Israel, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., as well as adult education; and notes, and manuscripts for sermons, addresses, lectures, and articles
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Office files and files of staff members, Louise G. Cain, Jean Campbell, Dorothy McGuigan, and Vivian Rogers; includes papers relating to adult education and to the work of the Center in counseling women, and in administering conferences, scholarships and its publications program
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Publications produced by the Extension Service and its subunits including bulletins, course and institute listings, reports, newsletters and manuals. Subunits include the Audio-Visual Education Center, Community Adult Education, Detroit Center, Firemanship Training Program, Michigan High School Forensic Association, and Real Estate Program. Also material on programs in the Upper Peninsula
Columbia University
Minutes, correspondence, annual reports, press releases, financial records, photographs, memorabilia, audiovisual, digital and printed materials document the philanthropic activities and administration of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. The collection is actively growing, primarily through regular document transfers from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Andrew Carnegie's biographical information and personal philanthropic activity can be found in Series VII. In addition, his pre-1911 gifts, most notably his donations for libraries and church organs, can be found on microfilm (Series II), in the Home Trust Company Records (VI.A), and Financial Record Books (I.C.1). Grant files (Series III.A), which comprise the bulk of the collection) provide information on projects and institutions founded, endowed or supported by the Corporation. The Special Initiatives series (Series IV) contains the records of task forces, commissions and councils, formed by the Corporation mostly during ... Read More
Library of Virginia
The Virginia Community College System was established in 1966 by an enabling act of the Virginia General Assembly. The System includes the State Board for Community Colleges, the Virginia Department of Community Colleges, and 23 community colleges located throughout the Commonwealth. The System was founded for the purpose of broadening the base of higher education in Virginia and providing a much wider variety of post-high school education and technical training opportunities than previously had been available. Governing arm of the System is the State Board for Community Colleges which follows higher education policy guidelines established by the State Council of Higher Education. The operating and administrative arm is headed by the Chancellor who is selected by the State Board and who is empowered to administer the policies, procedures, and regulations of the State Board. Existing two-year branches of state-supported four-year universities were transferred into the Community College ... Read More
University of South Carolina
Promotional materials, 1955, consist of flyers advertising weekly courses taught at the Camden Community Education Center in Camden, South Carolina, on topics such as dressmaking, cooking, and public speaking. Includes course registration card
Library of Virginia
These records consist of the correspondence and subject files of the community college president. Included are administrative council minutes, 1980-1989 and local board minutes, 1982-1989
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department
The collection documents Northeastern's University College and its academic programs. It includes administrative records, brochures, course materials, handbooks, student surveys, promotional materials, correspondence, and the 1962 yearbook "Memoro.".


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