Collections tagged Education

May Wright Sewall Papers

May Wright Sewall Papers

The May Wright Sewall Papers are a collection of documents comprised of approximately 500 letters written to May Wright Sewall dated between 1879 and 1919, and three guest books with remarks and signatures from 197 guests of the Sewall house. The correspondents represented in this collection...

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Luke Wadding Papers

Luke Wadding Papers

This project draws from a digital facsimile of UCD-OFM, MSS. D.01 <https://digital.ucd.ie/view/ivrla:18726>. It represents selections from the first five volumes of Luke Wadding’s Papers. This amounts to 1,080 pages which have been disbound, cleaned and strengthened by professional conservator...

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The Papers of John B. Minor, 1845-1893

The Papers of John B. Minor, 1845-1893

John B. Minor joined the faculty of the University of Virginia in 1845 at the age of thirty-two. An 1834 graduate of the university, Minor began his teaching career following a decade in private practice. Minor, along with James P. Holcombe, directed the law program at UVA amidst national...

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Indianapolis Public Schools

Indianapolis Public Schools

Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has been an vital public institution throughout the history of Indianapolis and central Indiana. Since its incorporation in 1853, IPS has shaped – and been shaped by – the residents and communities that turned Indianapolis from a small settlement at the mouth of...

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Loreto 1916

Loreto 1916

The Institute of the Blessed Virgin was founded by Mary Ward in 1609. It is a religious institute of pontifical right dedicated to apostolic works’, living according to the Ignatian tradition [IBVM Constitutions 2009, Volume II: Chapter I; 1.1]. Mary Ward’s idea of religious life was based on...

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Jane Lathrop Stanford Papers

Jane Lathrop Stanford Papers

The papers of Jane L. Stanford pertain largely to the founding and administration of Stanford University, along with her personal and social affairs; included in the papers are correspondence, business records, legal and financial papers, speeches, news clippings, and biographical materials.

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Leland Stanford, Jr. Papers

Leland Stanford, Jr. Papers

Correspondence, journal, notebooks, drawings, personality studies, and school work of Leland Jr., and condolences to Senator and Mrs. Stanford regarding the death of their son. The correspondence and journal relate primarily to family travels in Europe and activities at home in San Francisco and...

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Stanford Student Letters and Memoirs

Stanford Student Letters and Memoirs

The first series of this collection contains letters, reminiscences, diaries and account books, autobiographies, and other items from a number of Stanford University students. Most of the letters are written home to family members; typical subjects include academic affairs, social life on campus...

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Mary Lesnett Letters

Mary Lesnett Letters

Letters of Mary Lesnett (Carpenter), who attended Stanford from June 1944 to June 1948, when she graduated with an AB in Political Science. The letters include discussion of student campus life, and WWII. Lesnett lived in Roble Hall during her Freshman year. During her remaining three years she...

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George R. Fairbanks Collection

George R. Fairbanks Collection

George Rainsford Fairbanks (1820-1906) connected the first founding of the University of the South in 1858 with its refounding ten years later. Fairbanks served as a trustee from Florida and built a home on campus called Rebel's Rest. This portion of his collection deals with the fundraising...

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Clelia D. Mosher Papers

Clelia D. Mosher Papers

The collection contains primarily correspondence, writings (published and unpublished), diaries, and biographical and genealogical material spanning the years 1886 to 1938. Correspondents include Ray Lyman Wilbur, William H. Welch (President of Johns Hopkins), David Starr Jordan, and Havelock...

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Paul Clifford Domke and John R. Caton Photographs from China, 1936-1939

Paul Clifford Domke and John R. Caton Photographs from China, 1936-1939

Two Carleton representatives, Paul Cliff Domke and Jack R. Caton, who participated in Carleton-in-China Program, taught at Ming I Middle School located in Fenyang, Shanxi Province, during the years of 1936 to 1939. Both Carleton alumni retreated with the students and faulty to a few 'safe'...

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Presidential and College Administration Correspondence

Presidential and College Administration Correspondence

This collection includes letterpress copybooks that document presidential and college administration correspondence at Kansas State Agricultural College, now Kansas State University, between 1871 and 1901.

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Phillips Family Papers

Phillips Family Papers

This collection compiles the legal documents, letters, books, and original works of several members of the Phillips family including Samuel Phillips (founder of Phillips Academy Andover) and his uncle John Phillips (founder of Phillips Exeter Academy). Items in the collections date 1647-1876...

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Sally Hemings Underground Newsletter

Sally Hemings Underground Newsletter

In May 1970, in response to the shooting of four unarmed students at Kent State University by National Guardsmen, about 1,000 UVA students engaged in several days’ worth of rallies and marches on the Lawn and on Grounds. They joined students across the country in protesting expansion of the...

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Increase A. Lapham Papers, 1825-1930

Increase A. Lapham Papers, 1825-1930

This Collection has been fully Transcribed Thank you to everyone who helped make this collection more accessible Papers of Increase Allen Lapham, the most prominent figure in early scientific research in Wisconsin. The papers consist of personal and biographical papers, correspondence, and...

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UNC Papers

UNC Papers

The University of North Carolina was chartered by the state's General Assembly in 1789. Its first student was admitted in 1795. The governing body of the University, from its founding until 1932, was a forty-member Board of Trustees elected by the General Assembly. The Board met twice a year; at...

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University of Nevada Summer School Diaries 1912-1914

University of Nevada Summer School Diaries 1912-1914

In the summer of 2020, the University of Nevada Reno conducted its first summer session off campus, with remote teaching, due to the coronavirus pandemic. 108 years earlier, in 1912, the university held its very first summer session, on campus, but with abundant extra-curricular excursions to...

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University Records

University Records

Contains the records of Queen's University at Kingston, including Senate minutes, Board of Trustee minutes, University letters and records of various student associations and clubs.

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Kentucky Educator Resources

Kentucky Educator Resources

These works will be used in resources for educators produced by the Kentucky Historical Society. For more information on resources for educators please visit https://history.ky.gov/for-educators/.

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In Cap and Gown student journal

In Cap and Gown student journal

Issues of journal started by the Western University Literary Society that eventually becomes student newspaper, the University of Western Ontario Gazette.

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Indiana State Teachers Association Register

Indiana State Teachers Association Register

Founded on December 25, 1854, to further the cause of public and free education in Indiana, the Indiana State Teachers Association (ISTA) played an active and critical role in the development of modern public education within the state. Open to educators and the general public alike, the ISTA...

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Walter Alexander's Herbarium and plant analysis notebook

Walter Alexander's Herbarium and plant analysis notebook

Assembled in 1897 by African American high school student, Walter Alexander (1880-1910) of Ironton, Ohio. Alexander created the notebook when he was around 17 years old while attending Kingsbury Public High School. It features mounted plant specimens, pen-and-ink sketches of botanical details,...

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Teaching Paleography 2022

Teaching Paleography 2022

This is a temporary collection for participants of the Folger Institute's Teaching Paleography course to play around with.

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World War II at Punahou

World War II at Punahou

It was at 1:10 a.m. on December 8, 1941 that Punahou's war-time fate was decided. Trucks of the Corps of Engineers rolled up to the main gate and Mr. Berger, guard in the vicinity, was informed that the Engineers were taking over the school equipment. Unlike other schools in Hawai‘i,...

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The Edward Mitchell Papers

The Edward Mitchell Papers

Edward Mitchell was the first student of African descent to attend Dartmouth College. In 1824, students protested the Board of Trustees' decision not to admit Mitchell because of his race. The students’ activism was supported by the faculty, the Board relented, and Mitchell took his rightful...

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O.E. Rølvaag Correspondence

O.E. Rølvaag Correspondence

About O.E. Rølvaag Ole Edvart Rølvaag was born in a fishing village on Dønna, Norway, on April 22, 1876. He immigrated to the United States in 1896 and worked as a farmhand in South Dakota from 1896–98. After graduating from Augustana Academy in Canton, South Dakota, in 1901, Rølvaag earned...

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Colonial Secretary's Inwards Correspondence (S5253)

Colonial Secretary's Inwards Correspondence (S5253)

This is the main series of letters received by the Colonial Secretary's Office, and was started following separation from New South Wales in December 1859. The Colonial Secretary’s correspondence contains fascinating stories from the people living and working in the new state of Queensland, in...

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Sandy Spring Area Schools Collection

Sandy Spring Area Schools Collection

Spanning as far back as 1844, this collection contains hand written and typed letters, essays, notebooks, and advertisements from various schools and students around Sandy Spring.

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Dartmouth Medical Student Notebooks

Dartmouth Medical Student Notebooks

Help transcribe Dartmouth Medical School history! The Dartmouth Medical School was founded in 1797 by Nathan Smith who, in 1796, petitioned the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth College for permission to travel to Edinburgh, Scotland to "attend to the several branches of medicine as taught &...

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Works of Alfred T. Mahan

Works of Alfred T. Mahan

Help the NWC Archives transcribe the works of Alfred T. Mahan, considered to be the theortical founder of the 20th century Navy, held in their collections. Mahan had a significant impact on the U.S. Naval War College and naval strategy globally. His theories on the importance of sea power...

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Sanitary medicine, exercise folio

Sanitary medicine, exercise folio

This notebook contains an unidentified student's handwritten notes of Professor Daniel Elmer Salmon's first lectures at the newly established National Veterinary College in Washington, D.C. The notes extend from October 25, 1892 to March 10, 1893 and indicate that he gave one to three lectures...

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Tables in Portland Colored Evening School (Louisville, Ky.) register, 1909-1915

Tables in Portland Colored Evening School (Louisville, Ky.) register, 1909-1915

Pages 7-30 of the Register of the Portland Colored Evening School (Portland neighborhood, Louisville, Kentucky) for 1909-1915. Records name, age, place of residence, occupation, enrollment and/or transfer dates, and vaccination. Only a representative sample of blank pages were scanned. Henrietta...

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African American Education

African American Education

Collection Status: Open for Transcription Transcription Difficulty Rating: Easy About the Collection This collection contains documents and photographs related to African American education in North Carolina before 1950 drawn from the collections of the Charlotte Hawkins Brown...

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David Kimball  Diary, 1803-1804

David Kimball Diary, 1803-1804

A journal kept by noted Ipswich, Massachusetts minister David T. Kimball during his final year of studies at Harvard University and Harvard Divinity School, and a year of teaching at Phillips Academy. Rev. David Tenney Kimball (1782–1860) was a prominent abolitionist and Pastor of the First...

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Student Letters

Student Letters

Letters home by students, 1819-1881 and 1934, as well as a student's journal about his time on campus, 1851-1852.

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Colonial North America: Monroe C. Gutman Library

Colonial North America: Monroe C. Gutman Library

Colonial North America at Harvard Library provides access to remarkable and wide-ranging materials digitized as part of an ongoing, multi-year project. When complete, the project will make available to the world approximately 650,000 digitized pages of all known archival and manuscript materials...

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Colonial North America: Countway Library of Medicine

Colonial North America: Countway Library of Medicine

Colonial North America at Harvard Library provides access to remarkable and wide-ranging materials digitized as part of an ongoing, multi-year project. When complete, the project will make available to the world approximately 650,000 digitized pages of all known archival and manuscript materials...

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