American Jewish Archives
Letter to Julian Morgenstern, President Emeritus of Hebrew Union College, asking for background information on merger negotiations between HUC and the Jewish Institute of Religion, with Morgenstern's handwritten response; together with a telegram from Glueck to Morgenstern (16 June 1948), announcing the merger of the HUC-JIR
Texas Woman's University - The Woman's Collection
Statements before the committee, press releases, news clippings and articles on women's colleges illustrate the campaign to keep the two schools independent
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence, mss. of writings, and other materials, relating to Reform Judaism, merger of Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, N.Y., to form Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and Congregation Temple Isaiah, Chicago, Ill
Alverno College Library
The collection, dating from 1948 to 1968, consists of annual reports, correspondence, meeting minutes, grant files, committee files, personnel files, program files, and subject files. The records concern accreditation, general policy issues, plans for physical expansion and moving of the college, financial issues, consortia and organization memberships, sister formation, staffing, and other administrative affairs
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of Horner's correspondence, while she was president of Radcliffe, 1972-1989, with Harvard and Radcliffe administrators and trustees, educational foundations, students, alumni/ae, parents, and Harvard faculty. They also include some correspondence with the Harvard Department of Psychology relating to her teaching. There are university committee reports, surveys, and petitions from students that provide documentation for Harvard/ Radcliffe institutional history, the evolving Harvard/Radcliffe relationship, and, more broadly, for U.S. women's higher education. The records illustrate women's issues of the 1970s and 1980s, such as the inequity and reform of women's athletics (crew, swimming, fencing, squash etc.); discrimination against women in admissions; the changing status of women staff and faculty at Harvard; the development of women's studies; the participation of women in science; sexual harassment; women's experience of co-residence; and the attitudes and ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection includes professional, personal, and family correspondence; photographs; clippings; reports; financial and legal information; and other material. Many items relate to the University of North Carolina and address general planning issues, medical and veterinary school planning, the sale of public utilities in the 1970s, the Speaker Ban debate of the mid-1960s, consolidation, and other issues faced by the boards of trustees and of governors. There is also information about North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges, professional organizations and businesses with which Hill was affiliated, Hill's Guernsey cattle operation and home at Quail Roost Farm, and Hill's service in the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Organizations documented in the collection include the Hospital Care Association; Watts Hospital; the North Carolina Forestry Foundation; the Research Triangle Institute; and the Black Solidarity Committee, a North Carolina group that addressed racial ... Read More
Kentucky State Archives Guide Project
These are the records of the Centre College Board of Trustees. Included are official minutes (19 v.; 1819-1853, 1863-1981), and official correspondence of the trustees concerning college business and activities. Fund raising efforts in the 1860s and 1870s, the consolidations of Central University and Kentucky College for Women with Centre, and the administration of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum (now Kentucky School for the Deaf) which the trustees controlled until 1870 are documented. Minutes of some faculty meetings are also present
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Records reflecting the controversy which arose in 1987 in regard to the potential absorption of Newcomb College by Tulane University, including correspondence with the members, statements of purpose, reports, letters to from Tulane, and editorials and articles from local newspapers
Arkansas History Commission
Records relating chiefly to three separate initiatives undertaken by the Arkansas Dept. of Higher Education: 1) the Comprehensive Study of Higher Education, which sought to analyze the present status of each college and university, and project the future needs of higher education for each individual institution as well as for Arkansas as a whole; 2) a proposal to merge the state-run University of Arkansas with Little Rock University; and 3) an effort to determine the needs of the handicapped and mentally retarded, as well as train qualified and professional persons to serve their needs
American University - Bender Library
This series contains general correspondence; legal documents; chronologies and clippings relating to campus development (physical plant and grounds), fundraising, American University's relationship with the Methodist Church, potential mergers, and academic affairs. It covers the terms of Chancellors John F. Hurst, Charles C. McCabe, Franklin E. Hamilton, and John W. Hamilton. Also included are materials relating to local real estate development, the construction of Nebraska Avenue and the extension of Massachusetts Avenue, and military use of the campus during World War I. Of note is personal correspondence between Chancellor McCabe and his wife during his Civil War service

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