Carnegie Free Library (Ottawa, Kan.). Board of Directors
Kansas State Historical Society
Microfilmed minute books, 2 v., from the Carnegie Free Library Board of Directors in Ottawa, Kan. Minutes, 1872-1878, transcribed into v. 1 in 1879. Vol. 1 minutes end in 1879. Vol. 2 includes bylaws, names of directors & attendance, and financial & circulation reports. The minutes from the early years in v. 2 include information on the design and construction of the Carnegie library building. Also included are librarian's reports; lists of books purchased; election results; charters, the constitution, & bylaws; clippings; and memorials. The minutes end in 1928. Included is a list of directors, 1945
Scope and Contents Admissions jackets filed by the Registrar as evidence of qualification for admission and academic standing and containing undergraduate admission applications, certificates of graduation from accredited high schools, correspondence, applications for admission to graduate standing, permits to enter Graduate College, study lists for each semester, change of program notices, applications for readmission, deferred grade reports, rebate orders, diploma acknowledgement requests, cards, clearance papers, change of study lists, students' petitions, photostatic copies of transcripts of work done at other colleges and universities, reports of action on transfer of credits, high school transcripts, memorandums of prerequisites to be made up and other documents. For an alphabetical index to students showing file numbers, see R.S. 25/3/7. RESTRICTED
These case files document the prison history of an inmate while incarcerated at a facility of the Utah State Prison system. The inactive records are maintained in office for two years after the inmate is released because of the high rate recidivism (84% within 2 years). The records are also used by the courts, social service representatives, and law enforcement officials for research into the criminal history of individuals in their care, and for background information for investigations. Files include commitment papers, admittance and assessment records (face sheet), Parole Board results, incident reports, contracts, treatment plans, pre-release agreements, detainers, disciplinary reports, educational and work records, correspondence, CCC reports, and presentence investigations
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Scope and Contents Admissions jackets for students admitted to the University's Preparatory School (1893-1905) and Academy (1901-10), including jackets showing application date, name, birthdate, parents' name, address and occupation, previous school attendance, intended university course, authors studied, entrance examination scores and grades earned; high school transcripts, grade cards, study lists, student requests, examination permits and reports and correspondence with the principal.