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• Angle, Vicki. A Different Kind of Pioneer: The First Women Teachers, Transforming the Occupation into a Female Profession. 1991.

• Fley, Jo Ann. Western College for Women: An Organizational Study. Jan. 7, 1959.

• Hoeflinger, Beth and Grant W. Shull. Of Frivolity, The Depression and Liberal Education.

• Kamler, Rita. Charting in the 1920’s. Nov. 2, 1984

• Kasparek, Kate. Did you Know Western is a Historical District? May 4, 1992.

• King, Maurice. Edgar Stillman Kelley: American Composer, Teacher, and Author. 1970.

• Moore, Paul. The Western College Farms: Their Place in the Emergence Under W. W. Boyd. June 4, 1975.

• Nash, Margaret A. Training up Energetic and Independent Women Western Female Seminary, 1855-1865. Sept. 15, 1994.

• Nye, Cathy. Helen Peabody and the Early Days of the Western Female Seminary. 2002.

• Rader, Karen. Meridel Leseur: A Celebration. 1984.

• Silverman, Janet Ann. Florence Vincent Robinson: The Odyssey of a Woman Aquarellist. March 15, 1982.

• Sweeney, Ed. One Storm Too Many: The Close of Western College. 1993. (2 copies)

• Thomas, Lynn. Western College in 1930. June 4, 1975

• 1924 to 1984: The Bridge of Nostalgia.

• Analysis of Western Publications.

• Dating: The Role it Played in the Lives of Western College Women in the late 1920’s and the early 1930’s.

• Forced Morals. Nov. 2, 1984.

• How the Youth of the Twenties Used Theatre as a Means of Social Expression.

• Miami’s Western College for Women: The Perfect Finishing School!

• The Collegiate Party. Oct. 2, 1984.

• Western College: 1925-1931

• Western College: Fashionable Finishing School?

• Western College for Women and the Depression. Nov. 2, 1984.


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