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Box 1

Folder 1: History 201


Box # 1

Folder 1: History 201
• History 201: U.S. History 1492-1862: Class notes/Outline.


Folder 2: History 202

• History 202: U.S. History 1862-1943: Class notes/Outline (Spring 1943).
• Other 1865-1943 Outline for American History Class


Folder 3: History 333

• History 333: Genealogy to 1788; England 55 B.C.-1630: Class notes/Outline.


Folder 4: History 334

• History 334: England 1630-1914: Class notes/Outline.


Folder 5: History 345

• History 345: U.S. Diplomatic History: 1775-1865. Professor Esterquest (Fall 1943-1944). Class Notes/Outline typed and hand-written.


Folder 6:

• Social and Cultural History of the United States. Professor Esterquest (1944-45 school year). Selected Bibliography and Outlines.


Folder 7: Philosophy 216: Ethics (1960).

• Selected Bibliography I


Folder 8: Music

• Notes April 12
• List of Candidates for Bachelor of Music, Senior List 1937-1938


Folder 9: Dramatic Performances at Western.

• Envelope to Miss Gertrude Leonard; List sent to Miss Leonard; Handwritten list of Theatre Performances; List of Plays and dates; “Dramatic Productions at Western” Paper
• Handwritten List of “Dramatic Productions at Western”; List of “Director of Plays”; List of Plays from 1912 to 1946; List of Class Plays from 1900 to 1914; List of Plays May 21 to May 31; List reading “The Old Barn, the site of the Theatre before 1910” [Two Pages]; List reading “Richard P. Ernst Nature Theatre”; List of Tree Day Plays
• Emma Gertrude Leonard Notes; List of plays “Before the Ernst Theatre”; List of Performances of Tree Day Plays; List beginning with No. 41; List Beginning with 1912; List beginning with 1920; List beginning with 1930; List beginning with 1940;
• “Junior Play- Mary the Third, March 23, 1929” Paper of Accounts
• “Junior Play- The Enchanted Cottage, March 24, 1928” Paper of Accounts
• “Junior Play- Passing of Third Floor Back, March 19, 1927” Paper of Accounts
• “Junior Play- Paola & Francesca, March 20, 1926,” Paper of Accounts
• Report of Business Manger of Junior Play “You and I” 1925
• “Junior Class Play Oct. 1940” Paper of Accounts
• “Junior Class Play 1938” Paper of Accounts
• Financial Report for Junior Class Play “Fresh Fields,” March 20, 1937
• Financial Report for Junior Class Play “Pride and Prejudice,” March 21, 1936
• Financial Report of Junior Play, March 23, 1935, “The Importance of Being Ernest”
• Financial Report of Junior Play, March 24, 1934, “Intimate Strangers”
• Financial Report of Junior Play, 1933, “She Stoops To Conquer”
• “Junior Play, Expressing Willie,” March 19, 1932 Paper of Accounts
• “Junior Play, Milestones,” 1931 Paper of Accounts
• “Junior Play, Windows,” March 22, 1930 Paper of Accounts
• List of Sophomore Plays
• List of Junior Plays
• List of Freshman Plays; “Freshman Play, Jacob Comes Home, The Dear Departed, 1941” Paper of Accounts; “Freshman Play, February 24, 1940, Trifles” Paper of Accounts; “Freshman Play, Feb. 18, 1939, Peter, the Pied Piper” Paper of Accounts; Financial Report of Freshman Play, Feb. 19, 1938; Financial Report of Freshman Play “The Spirit of Things,” Feb. 20, 1937; “Freshman Play, Evening Clothes, Feb. 22, 1936” Paper of Accounts; Financial Report of Freshman Play, Mar. 2, 1935, “A Mad Breakfast”; Financial Report of Freshman Play, 1934, March 3, “The Three Chauffeurs”; Financial Report of Freshman Play 1933, “The Loving Cup”; Financial Report of Freshman Play 1931, “The Princess in the Sleeping Wood”; Financial Report of Freshman Play 1931, “Kings in Nomania”; “Freshman Play, Insomnia, Feb. 28, 1930” Paper of Accounts; “Freshman Play, Loving Cup. 1929” Paper of Accounts; Report of Business Manager for Freshman Play “Twig & Thorn,” 1928; Financial Report Feb. 1927 of The Freshman Play of the Class of 1930, “Owen to Maggie”; Report of Business Manager for Freshman Play Presented Feb. 20, 1926, “When Love Was Young,”;
• List of Senior Plays
• “Sophomore Play, “Pure as the Driven Snow,” Nov. 1941” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Class Play Nov. 22, 1940, Stage Door” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Class Play Nov. ’39, Spring Dance” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Play, Little Women, 11/24/37” Paper of Accounts; “Soph. Play, Our Mutual Friend, Nov. 25, 1936” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Play, Clarence, November 27, 1935” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Play, Miss Lula Bett, Nov. 28, 1934” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Play, Engaged, Nov. 29, 1933” Paper of Accounts; “Sophomore Play, Such a Little Queen, Nov. 23, 1932” Paper of Accounts
• “Sophomore Play, The Charm School, Nov. 25, 1931” Paper of Accounts
• “Sophomore Play, Green Stockings, Nov. 26, 1930” Paper of Accounts
• “Sophomore Play, The Torch Bearers, Nov. 27, 1929” Paper of Accounts
• “Sophomore Play, Nov. 29, 1928, A Thousand Years Ago” Paper of Accounts
• “The Sophomore Play, Peg O’ My Heart, 1927” Paper of Accounts
• “The Sophomore Class Play, Presented Nov. 24, 1926, The Whole Town’s Talking” Paper of Accounts
• “The Sophomore Class Play, Happiness, Presented Nov. 25, 1925” Paper of Accounts


Folder 10: Class Schedule for Various Years.

• Final Examination Schedule, Spring Semester, 1954-55
• Western College Schedule of Classes, 1962-1963
• Schedule of Classes for 1964-65
• “What Professors Will Be Teaching in ’71-‘72” List; “Condensed Information for Students of Western College, Concerning the Summer Session 1943, Curriculum- Patters for a World at Peace” [Two Pages]; Summer Session, First term and Second Term and Academic Year 1944-1945; List of “Faculty & Students Remaining at College Summer 1943” [Three Pages]; Schedule Bulletin 1943-1944 [Four Pages]; Inter-Office Communication to Miss Caine, Subject: Girls registered for Summer School, 5/25/43; List of Summer Students for First Session 1944; List of Summer Students for Second Session 1944; List of SS Committees [Two Full Pages]; Letter to Faculty Members and Administrative Staff from Constance Raymaker, Judith Johnson, William Duncan, & Frank Esterquest; Letter to Miss Raymaker from Helen B. Caine, March 4, 1947
• List of “DEPT #21 COURSE #209 SEC # CHILD DEVELOP 3 Weidner”
• A Questionnaire on Summer School with additional page


Folder 11: Schedule Bulletin 1943-1944.

• Schedule Bulletin, 1943-1944


Folder 12: Summer Classes (all 1940s)

• “Announcing… A Summer Institute at Western College” Announcement, 1942
• Letter to Faculty and Administrative Staff from Constance Raymaker, Judith Johnson, William Duncan, & Frank Esterquest
• Inter-Office Communication to Miss Caine, Subject: Girls registered for Summer School, 5/25/43
• “Condensed Information for Students of Western College, Concerning the Summer Session 1943”
• Notes on “Summer School Committees”
• List of “Faculty and Students Remaining at College Summer 1943”
• List of Summer Students, 1944
• Letter to Miss Raymaker from Helen B. Caine, March 24, 1947


Folder 13: Misc. information on classes.

• Signal Note Book
• “Butler Topics,” Emily Jessup
• The Western College, English Literature, Courses I and II
• Science at Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio Brochure
• Western College Announces A Special Course in Puppetry Announcement
• “Courses In Freshman and Sophomore Years” Application
• “An Invitation to Experiment,” Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio Brochure


Folder 14: Programs and pamphlets

• Admit One, Recreational Movie, Sponsored by The History Department Ticket
• “A Short Survey of the Film in America,” The Western College Theatre Group Program List
• “Science Open House” Friday, March 18, 1949 Program
• “An Essay Contest for Senior Girls” Flyer
• “The History Department will present nine outstanding Hollywood Movies in 1944-45” Schedule
• “Science Open House,” March 6, 1943 Program
• “October twenty-seventh Nineteen hundred five” Program
• “Invitation to a Dream, pictorial log of a journey of understanding,” sponsored by The Howard Thurman Educational Trust in collaboration with The Western College, Oxford, Ohio Brochure
• Brochure for Economics and Sociology Associate Professor Mueller
• Brochure for Physical Education and Recreation as Related Fields, Western College for Women
• Brochure “Announcing a Physical Education Minor and Spring Sports” Western College


Folder 15: Misc. newspapers and correspondence

• Schedule of Recitations, 1936-37
• Letter to Western Graduates and other Western Students, from Clara Pierce, March 12, 1924
• “Independent study lets Gina put it all together her own way,” The Christian Science Monitor, Saturday, November 11, 1972
• “Western C. Offers Aviation Courses,” The Oxford Press, September 28, 1944
• The Western College Advertisement in The Dayton Daily News, Wednesday, September 8, 1971
• “In Our Opinion: Western’s Continuing Education Program,” Hamilton Journal, 9/1/71
• The Western College Advertisement in Middletown Journal, August 18, 1971


Folder 16: Misc. class and lecture notes.

• Physical Education and Recreation as Related Fields, Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio Brochure
• Physical Education Directions for All Students Who Will Take Physical Education- Fall 1946
• The Western College Academic Contract, September 12, 1972
• “Class Notes??” March 11, 1951
• Map of Areas of Western Part of Continent Traversed Prior to Lewis and Clark
• Art History, Term 2, Winter 1967 Notes
• Term 1, Fall 1967, Ms. Knapp, Shakespeare English 211 “Some Major Works in Shakespearean Scholarship”
• English 372: Children’s Literature, Spring 1969 Notes with Reading Assignments; Writing and discussion assignments; Poetry List; Fantasy and Humor List; Fiction List; Picture Books List; Fables, Folk Tales, Myths and Legends, Heroes of Epic and Romance List; Supplementary Book List
• Readings in Chinese Literature, Course Outline
• General Chemistry, Test III Outline; Organic Chemistry Test I; Organic Chemistry 203 Test II, Academic Year 1967-68
• Syllabus for Dr. Knapp’s Chaucer Class, 1952?
• Undated Class Notes
• Espanol Homework for Brawn M. E.
• English III Notes
• English I Notes



Box # 2


• Mythology - Notes of Susan Wade Peabody (Helen Peabody’s Niece). (Late 1800s)
• Class notes Ancient History (Late 1800s)
• Career Choices and Guides in the 1920s and 1930s by Becky Backes, November 2, 1984
• The Western College List of Learning Units: 1971-72
• Preliminary List of Learning Units 1972-1973
• Preliminary List of Learning Units 1973-74.
• The Teaching of Physics at Women’s Colleges in the United States a Century Ago (1998)
• The Academics Toward a Degree, by Karl Schilling, Nov. 2, 1984


Additional Materials:

• A Laboratory Manual for General Biology, Julia Rothermel and Lucy L. Watt, Western College
• Outline for the Survey Course in English Literature, Prepared by Alice M. Libby, Professor of English Literature, Western College

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