The Resource Papers pertaining to the history of the education of women in Virginia, (manuscript)

Papers pertaining to the history of the education of women in Virginia, (manuscript)

Label
Papers pertaining to the history of the education of women in Virginia, 1910-1914, 1940
Title
Papers pertaining to the history of the education of women in Virginia
Inclusive dates
1910-1914, 1940
Contributor
Correspondent
Recipient
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • The collection contains eight student essays on the lack of higher education opportunities for women. All are unsigned and identified only by number
  • The collection also contains correspondence on the establishement of a co-ordinate college for women at Charlottesville, 1910-1916, encluding letters to or from Edwin A. Alderman, Lucy L. Davis, George B. Keezel, Alice J. Kyle, J. C. Moss, Mary Cooke Branch Munford, Mrs. C. T. Rucker, and Ormond Stone
  • The collection also contains draft minutes for the Woman's Committee for the Sixth Congressional District, 1914, on the issue of a co-ordinate college for women; lists of newspapers and legislators in the 6th district; a draft of a summary on the actions of the University of Virginia; multiple copies of a flier "A state college for women at the University of Virginia"; and a portion of an article on "The higher education of women in the United States," ca. 1911
  • Miscellaneous items include the Golden Jubilee Song of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1940; and assorted newsclippings, 1911-1914 on a co-ordinate college
Cataloging source
VA@
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Label
Papers pertaining to the history of the education of women in Virginia, (manuscript)
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  • Special Collections
Extent
ca. 25
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
u4383395
System control number
(OCoLC)647997792
Type of unit
items.

Library Locations

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