Contains 13 Results:
JK biography from American National Biography Online; pages 38-41 in I Remember by Flexner about JK"s upbringing; JK Memorial Service from the Alumnus in 1939; tribute to Mary Henderson Kirkland in 1950 from the Alumnus. Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin on Lucy Shoe Meritt--Benjamin's second wife; Texas Archival Resources on Lucy Meritt contains oral histories on Tape 6 side 2 about Meritt and Flexner at Ahmic and textual material about JK, Meritt, Elizabeth
Historical Growth Report as of 7-03-03; building of Furman Hall by Bill Carey Jan, 2002; Confederate Hall name change from Hustler Sept 27, 2002; Carey's article in Hustler about Joint University Library(now Heard Library)construction.
Copy of Dr. Goodpasture's program showing scheduled events; JK's talk "Vanderbilt University in Retrospect and Prospect"; Housing assignments New Hospital for various dignitaries from Robinson's papers; Used copies of Semi-centennial Book Program and A. Flexner's speech at Semi-Centennial.
Notes from Conkin's book about acceptance of women; copies of relevant pages on admission of women from Register of 1895-96 and 1896-97 noting that the phrase "by courtesy" was dropped in the latter; Conkin's description of their status around 1890; Branscomb's presentation to the BOT in Oct 1951 beginning with the statement:"The time has come to determine upon a long range policy with reference to undergraduate women students."
List of dignitaries sending letters of congratulation (A book of same was presented to the Chancellor --location??); a letter from Abraham Flexner; Kirkland's comments on June 12, 1933.
Various Acorn holdings in Heard Library on the topic; portions of books by Robert McNamara In Retrospect; Kevin Phillips, Wealth and Democracy; Harrison Salisbury, Vietnam Reconsidered; McNamara, Blight, and Brigham, Argument without End; ames Collins, Built to Last; Conkin, Peabody; Burton Clark's article on "Organizational Saga in Higher Education."
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