Records of Alliance College, 1929-1976

Alliance College

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2 cubic ft (3 boxes).
Organized into 3 series: I. Administrative records, 1930-1944; II. School building construction, 1932-1947; III. Subject files.
This collection contains the records of Alliance College for the years 1929-1976. The collection consists of 3 series. Series I consists of general records of the college that have administrative value. Series II contains records on the school construction, which contains correspondence and blueprints. Series III consists of subject files relevant to the various activities at Alliance College. Most of the records are in the Polish language; owever, the records are organized alphabetically according to the English translation.
Alliance College was located in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania. The college was founded as a school for Polish speaking Americans, mainly immigrants of Polish descent. The school offered courses like other colleges and universities in science, mathematics, history and foreign languages. However, unlike other American schools, the courses were taught in the Polish language. Alliance College was founded by the Polish National Alliance of the United States, a fraternal beneficial society.
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Records of Alliance College, 1929-1976, AIS 1997:25, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh.
Available in repository and on Internet; Folder level control; http://digital.library.pitt.edu/cgi-bin/f/findaid/findaid-idx?type=simple;c=ascead;view=text;subview=outline;didno=US-PPiU-ais199725.

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