Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Oregon State Dames Club Records document the membership and activites of this organization of the wives and mothers of Oregon State students. The Records include constitutions, correspondence, a history of the club prepared by Fern Roche, National Association of University Dames yearbooks, meeting minutes, financial records, and scrapbooks. The scrapbooks include information about scholarships awarded by the organization, lists of members and officers, publicity and ephemera, and yearly summaries of activities. The National Association yearbooks include a list of officers and summary of yearly actvities for each chapter
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Registrar's Office Records provide extensive detailed documentation on student enrollment, admissions, academic achievements, and administrative activities of the Office of the Registrar at Oregon State University. Documents include reports, directories, correspondence, minutes, statistics, and building floor plans created or used by the Registrar's Office or the Admissions Office. The bulk of the collection consists of reports and statistics produced by the Registrar's Office. These include summary annual reports, geographic directories, registration and admission statistics, grade distributions, and other specific reports. The documents offer both individual and summary information and often provide academic year and term comparisons. Detailed reports pertaining to tuition and fees and National Youth Administration activities at Oregon State are also available. The collection also houses information on military training programs at Oregon State University. Documents include ... Read More
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire - Special Collections and Archives
A few widely scattered records from the Financial Aid Office, including brochures, and a federal work-study and nonfederal work assistance employment manual
Harvard University - Economic Botany Library of Oakes Ames
Contains plant records, including accession books, 1879-, documenting source of specimens, description and number received by Harvard University Herbaria; distribution records, 1886-, of material sent on exchange to other institutions; loan records, 1893- ; mounting records, 1872- ; plant lists, 1850-, with identifications of plants sent to Arnold Arboretum and Gray Herbarium; and herbarium specimen sheets, with name of plants, collector's name, date, and often ethnobotanical information. Also includes Gray's Visiting Committee reports, 1897-1922, resolutions, and some letters, 1897-1921, from Robinson and others to Committee Secretary Emile Williams; financial and legal materials such as statements and expenses, 1895-1934, and record of gifts to the Herbarium; and building plans (includes proprosed plans) and specifications, 1871-1953, for both Gray and Arnold Arboretum
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
James C. (J.C.) Moore was an administrator for a number of colleges, serving most notably as controller and vice president for Pepperdine University. The papers contain correspondence, subject files, financial records, staff memorandums, articles, photographs, news clippings and programs related to Moore's career in education as well as his personal life
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
Consists of office files of the following Deans: Henry Asbury Christian (1908-1912), Edward Hickling Bradford (1912-1918), David Linn Edsall (1918-1935), Charles Sidney Burwell (1935-1949), and George Packer Berry (1949-1965). Material concerns admission policies, curriculum, examinations, funds and scholarships, internships and clinical clerkships, fellowships, faculty, alumni, medical societies and associations, and foundations as well as routine matters such as buildings and equipment, student housing and health services, celebrations, staff, and scheduling. Also includes minutes, dockets, correspondence and related material of the Harvard Medical School Administrative Board, Promotion Board, and Faculty Council; Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Medical School committee files; and Deans' correspondence files with the departments and divisions of both schools. Other topics covered in the files pertain to the schools' relations with area hospitals and wartime activities
University of Oklahoma - Bizzell Memorial Library
The Julian J. Rothbaum Collection is a small collection that includes documents, a limited amount of memorabilia, and a small group of photos The collection covers the period 1927-2003, but most of it is from the early 1970s through the late 1990s. Documents contained in the collection include clippings/publications, correspondence, honors/awards, invitations, and speeches/press releases. The collection contains a record of Rothbaum's association with the University of Oklahoma, his service as a regent for the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, and his friendship with Carl Albert. The Rothbaum collection was given to the University of Oklahoma's Carl Albert Center by Joel Jankowsky in spring 2004
Ohio History Connection
Contains historical information, minutes, lists of applicants, correspondence, and expenditure reports. The board was established to provide scholarships for the children of deceased or disabled military veterans who entered the armed forces as legal residents of Ohio
University of California, Berkeley
Contains letters of recommendation for scholarships to the University of California
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The H. Prentice Miller papers include personal and professional correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches and writings, printed materials, and other materials, chiefly related to Miller's work as Dean of Alumni and his involvement with the Emory University Alumni Association and with various non-Emory scholarship foundations. Some correspondence is that of Judson C. Ward, also an Emory University faculty member and administrator. The collection also includes correspondence, writings, and other items attributed or related to Samuel Candler Dobbs, notably a letter, 1919, confirming his appointment as president of the Coca-Cola Company