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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Planning the Institute, 1907-1914

Series II: Opening of the Institute and "Book of the Opening"

Series III: President's Office Records, 1914-1950s

Series IV: Academic Departments, 1918-1950

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Rice Institute President Edgar Odell Lovett papers, 1912-1945



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Lovett, Edgar Odell
Title Rice Institute President Edgar Odell Lovett papers,
Dates: 1907-1954, Bulk dates 1914-1944
ID UA Lovett Presidential
Extent 32 cubic feet, 32 linear feet
Language Materials are in English.
Repository: Rice University, Fondren Library,  Houston, TX

Biographical Sketch

Edgar Odell Lovett (1871-1957), mathematics professor and president of Rice Institute (now Rice University), was born in Shreve, Ohio, on April 14, 1871. After graduating from Shreve High School he entered Bethany College, Bethany, WV, where he graduated in 1890. From 1890 until 1892 he was professor of mathematics at West Kentucky College; in 1892 he became an instructor at the University of Virginia, where he continued his studies and received degrees of M.A. and Ph.D. in 1895. The following year he studied in Europe and received M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Leipzig in 1896. In 1897 Lovett lectured at Johns Hopkins University and the universities of Virginia and Chicago, and became instructor in mathematics at Princeton University in September. He was promoted to assistant professor of mathematis in 1898 and from 1900 to 1905 held the rank of professor. From 1905 to 1908 he was both professor and head of the Department of Mathematics and Astronomy at Princeton.

In 1907 he was asked to head Rice Institute, Houston, being recommended for the post by Woodrow Wilson, then president of Princeton. He accepted in 1908, moved to Houston, and was formally inaugurated as the first president of the institute on Oct. 12, 1912; he continued in this capacity until his retirement on March 1, 1946. Thereafter, he was associated with Rice as president emeritus, director and consultant.

Lovett was a member of many learned societies, including Phi Beta Kappa, the London Mathematical Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Royal Astronomical Society. In 1898 he married Mary Ellen Hale; they had two daughters and two sons. He died on Aug. 13, 1957, and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Houston.

Excerpted from "The New Handbook of Texas, "1996

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Scope and Contents

Edgar Odell Lovett's Presidential Papers document his lengthy tenure in office, from 1912-1945. The papers, housed in 62 Hollinger boxes, include his speeches, general office correspondence and records, construction records of the new Rice Institute, academic department records and financial matters. The collection is arranged in four series.

The first series, Planning the Institute, chronicles the beginning of Rice through correspondence, reports, faculty selection and building records. Opening of the Institute and "Book of the Opening, "the second series, includes correspondence regarding the formal opening of Rice and the official record of the opening, "Book of the Opening." The third series is the President's Office Records, which detail the everyday records generated by the president's office--fiscal matters, speeches given by Lovett, correspondence and general office records. Academic Departments constitute the fourth series and document the general office matters of the departments.

Arranged in four sub-series of Correspondence, World Tour Reports [detailing Lovett's visits to international educational facilities], Faculty Selection, and Construction Records. The records give a detailed account of the many facets involved in beginning an institute for higher learning. The bulk of the materials are among the construction records of correspondence, bids, specifications, contracts, blueprints, and expense/time sheets.

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Arrangement

Series I: Planning the Institute, 1907-1914
Series II: Opening of the Institute and Book of the Opening
Series III: President's Office Records, 1914-1950s
Series IV: Academic Departments, 1918-1950

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Restrictions

Access restrictions

This material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish from President Edgar Odell Lovett papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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Related Material

See also related collection, Edgar Odell Lovett Personal Papers, MS 60; information (vertical) files: Edgar O. Lovett; Edgar O. Lovett addresses---1919-1945; Edgar O. Lovett Bethany College Memorial, 1965; Edgar O. Lovett Princeton; Lovett Family. See also Photo/Image files and memorabilia.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

President Edgar Odell Lovett's Papers - 1912-1945, AR 1, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University

Acquisition Information

The papers were the official records of the President's Office in Lovett Hall and eventually were moved to attic storage. Transfer to Fondren Library occurred in the early 1960s.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Planning the Institute, 1907-1914

Subseries A: Correspondence (1907-09)
box folder
1 1 Re: Rice, 1907
2 Re: Rice, 1908
3 1909
4 World Tour letters, Lovett to Raphael, 1908 - 09
5 Re: Publishing letters of World Tour
Subseries B: World Tour Reports (1908-1909)
box folder
2 1 Postal and photo cards
2 World Tour newspaper publishings
3 "The Every Day File"
4 Report to the Trustees of The William M. Rice Institute
5 Report to the Trustees of The William M. Rice Institute
Subseries C: Faculty Selection (1910-1918)
box folder
3 1 Selection of faculty, 1910-11
2 Axson, Stockton, 1912-1914
3 Bergson, H., 1912
4 Bevan, P.V., 1912
5 Daniell, P.J., 1912-1913
6 Evans, Griffith C., 1912-1913
7 Guerard, A.L., 1913-1918
8 Huxley, Julian, [a few scattered letters from father, Leonard Huxley] 1910-1912
9 Inghiller, G.M., 1913
10 Jeans, J.H., 1912
11 Lombardi, Cesar M., 1913
Subseries D: Construction Records (1910-1914)
Correspondence
box folder
4 1 Replies RE: Proposed Administration Building, 1910
2 Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson, 1909-1912
3 A.B. Cohn, etc. Re: Contractors, Estimates, Expenses #1, 1910-1911
4 A.B. Cohn, etc. Re: Contractors, Estimates, Expenses #2, 1912
5 P. de la Rosa, Re: Rice Shield Design, 1910-1911
Bids
box folder
5 1 Administration Building
2 Bricks, Marble, Limestone
3 Bids and Costs: Grounds Work
4 Mech. Lab and Power House
5 Physical Laboratory
6 President's House
7 Residence Hall
8 Tunnels
9 Campus Well
Specifications
box folder
5 10 Administration Building - Electric Work
11 Administration Building - Electric Work
12 Administration Building (Lovett Hall) Excavation, etc.
13 Administration Building - Heating
14 Administration Building - Plumbing
15 Chemical Laboratory
16 Chemistry Building
17 Drainage and Sewers
18 Field House - Electric Work, Plumbing, and Heating
19 Mechanical Lab and Power House - Electric Work
20 Mechanical Lab - Electric Work
box folder
6 1 Mechanical Lab and Power House - Excavation, etc.
2 Mechanical Laboratory - Heating
3 Physics Lab - Heating, Plumbing and Electric
4 Mechanical Laboratory - Plumbing
5 Mechanical Laboratory and Power House - Plumbing
6 Physics Laboratory - Excavation, etc.
7 President's House - Excavation, etc.
8 President's House - Excavation, etc. Alternate A
9 President's House - Mains
10 Residence Hall (No. 2 South) - Electric Work
11 Residence Hall for Men - Excavation, etc.
box folder
7 1 Residence Hall (No. 2) - Excavations, etc.
2 Residence Hall (South) - Excavations, etc.
3 Residence Hall (South) - Heating
4 Residence Hall - Heating and Ventilation
5 Residence Hall - Heating, Plumbing, and Electric
6 Residence Hall - Plumbing
7 Residence Hall (South) - Plumbing
8 Street Lights
9 Tunnel Extension
10 Tunnel Extension Piping
11 Pipe Tunnels - Excavation and Concrete Work
Contracts
box folder
8 1 No. 1 -- Administration Building
2 Athletic Field
3 No. 2 -- Mechanical Lab and Power House
4 No. 2 -- Orders to Contractor
5 No. 3 - Pipe Tunnels (1911)
6 No. 3A - Storm Drains and Sewers
7 No. 4 - Residence Hall
8 No. 5 -- Planting Trees; No. 6 - Gates
9 No. 7 - Painting; No. 8 - Furniture; No. 9 - Street Lights
10 No. 10 - Screens; No. 11 - Flags; No. 12 - Stands for Opening
11 No. 13 - Physics Laboratory
12 No. 14 - Residence Hall No. 2; No. 15 - Physics Lab (Electric Work); No. 16 - Physics Lab (Plumbing)
13 Street Widening
14 Concrete Tunnels, 1916
15 No. 17 - Hardware for Residence Buildings Order
16 No. 17 - Residence Hall Construction (1915)
17 No. 17A - Furniture - Residence Hall
18 No. 17B-- Lighting Fixtures - Residence Hall
19 Physics Building
20 Athletic Field and Expenses
21 Expenses - Drains and Sewers
22 Contracts and Estimates -- Roadways and Grading
23 Contracts and Estimates - Roadways
24 Residence Hall for Men - Electric Work, Plumbing
25 Railroad Spur to Institute
Blueprints
box folder
9 1 Stadium Drainage System
2 Athletic Field, Drainage and Grading (1911)
3 Original Drainage (1910)
4 Campus Sewer and Drainage (1910)
5 Sketch Standing Desk
6 Third Floor of Residence (Revised)
7 Harris Bayou - Drainage
8 Progress Sheet for Tunnel Work (1911)
9 Sewer and Drainage System (1910)
10 Profile of Drainage Ditch (1929)
11 Location of Entrance and Drives (1911)
Expenses/ Time Sheets
box folder
10 1 Waldo, Wilmer Engineer: Expenses, 1910
2 Drainage and Sewers, 1911
3 Tunnels, 1911
4 1911
5 Athletic Field, 1912 - 13
6 1912
7 1912
box folder
11 1 Drains and Sewers, 1912
2 August 1912
3 September 1912
4 November 1912
5 December 1912
6 1913
7 January 1913
8 February 1913
9 March 1913
10 Drainage System and Athletic Field
11 Tunnel Views (Photos - Nov. 1, 1911)
12 Tunnel Views (Photos - Dec. 1, 1911)
13 Engineer's Report (W. Waldo) - Drainage/ Sewage (1910)

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Series II: Opening of the Institute and "Book of the Opening"

This series includes information on printed materials for the opening, correspondence from invited guests, and information on the official record of the opening.
Correspondence
box folder
12 1 1912 - 1913
2 Odes, Including Henry Van Dyke
3 Odes -- Kipling, Rudyard (opening - proposed inaugural ode)
4 Invitations not sent; printed matter
5 Engraved plates
6 Replies to invitations
7 Replies to invitations
box folder
13 1 General correspondence, 1908-1910
2 General correspondence, January - August 1911
3 General correspondence, September - December 1911
4 Correspondence Re: Opening, July-October 1912
5 Altamira, Rafael, 1912-1913
6 Borel, Emile, 1912-1914
7 Croce, Benedetto, 1912
8 de Vries, Prof. Hugo, 1912
9 Jones, Henry, 1912
10 Kikuchi, Dairoka, 1912
11 Ostwald, Wilhelm, 1912
12 Poincare, Henri, 1912
13 Ramsay, William, 1912-1914, 1926
14 Volterra, Vito, 1912-1951
Book of the Opening
box folder
13 15 Program for the Opening, October 1912
16 "Book of the Opening-"Correspondence, 1917-1920, 1943
17 Reviews - "Book of the Opening, " 1915, 1918
18 Records of books sent

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Series III: President's Office Records, 1914-1950s

This series, organized in four sub-series of General, Correspondence, Speeches and Fiscal, constitutes the largest series of 41 boxes. Highlights include statistics, scholarships/fellowships/bequests/loans, trustees, and records involving Rice and World War II. Lovett's interest in education is seen in his speeches on- and off-campus. Early ledgers and budgets are also included.
Subseries A: General (alpha)
box folder
14 1 Institutional Membership in Organization and Accrediting
2 Accrediting Information
3 Alliance Francaise
4 American Association of University Professors
5 American Association of University Women
6 American Dormitory Fund
7 American University in Europe, 1918-1927
8 Andrews, Mrs. Mark Edwin
9 Angel, John (statue, portrait)
10 Announcements - Official
11 Anti-reds pamphlets, 1950s
12 Association of Rice Alumni
13 Athletics, (folder 1) 1918-27
box folder
15 1 Athletics, 1918-43
2 Telegrams concerning Atomic Energy [Atomic Bomb, 1945]
3 Autry House
4 [Anonymous lectures in memory of Stockton] Axson
5 Captain Baker
6 British Educational Mission (Nov 1918)
7 C Misc.
8 Clubs - Houston
9 Cohen, George S. and; Cohen House corres., 1920s-30s
10 A.B. Cohn
11 Commencement, 1916
12 Commencement, 1917
13 Commencement, 1918
14 Commencement, 1919
15 Commencement, 1920
16 Commencement, 1921
17 Commencement, 1922
box folder
16 1 Commencement, 1923
2 Commencement, 1924
3 Commencement, 1925
4 Commencement, 1926
5 Commencement, 1927
6 Commencement, 1928
7 Commencement, 1929
8 Commencement, 1930
9 Commencement, 1931
10 Commencement, 1932
11 Commencement, 1933
12 Commencement, 1934
13 Commencement, 1935
14 Commencement, 1936
15 Commencement, 1937
16 Commencement, 1938
box folder
17 1 Commencement, 1939
2 Commencement, 1940
3 Commencement, 1941
4 Commencement, 1942
5 Commencement, 1943
6 Commencement, 1944
7 Commencement, 1945
8 Commencement, 1946
9 3rd Commissioning Ceremony (28 Feb. 1945)
10 Cooperative Store
11 Cram and; Ferguson
12 D misc.
13 Deferment records, (folder 1) 1941-47
14 Deferment records, (folder 2) 1941-47
15 Deferment records, (folder 3) 1941-47
box folder
18 1 Deferment records (folder 4) 1941-47
2 Deferment records (folder 5) 1941-47
3 Deferment records (folder 6) 1941-47
4 [PhD] Degrees awarded by the Rice Institute
5 Degrees conferred by the Rice Institute
6 Dinner guests
7 Dinner programs
8 Diploma -framing
9 E misc.
10 [Bureau of] Education
box folder
19 1 Engineering Alumni of the Rice Institute
2 Engineering Associations, etc.
3 Engineering graduates of the Rice Institute - positions held
4 First Rice Engineering Show - 1920
5 Rice Engineering Society
6 Engineers, American Association of
7 Engineers' Council for Professional Development
8 Professional Engineers, Texas State Board of Registration
9 F misc.
10 Faculty business
11 Faculty Club, (folder 1) 1928-49
12 Faculty Club, (folder 2) 1928-49
13 Faculty Club, (folder 3) 1928-49
14 Faculty lectures
15 Faculty salaries: 1920, 1945
16 Faculty statistics
17 Financial questions
18 Founder
19 French Mission
box folder
20 1 French Mission I (1937)
2 French Mission II (1937)
3 French Mission III (2 April 1937)
4 G misc.
5 General, (folder 1) 1940-48
6 General, (folder 2) 1940-48
7 Geddes Prize
8 Gifts to the Rice Institute
9 Godwin Lectureship - correspondence, 1919-20
box folder
21 1 Godwin Lectureship - correspondence, 1921-40
2 Godwin Lectureship - clippings
3 Goethe
4 Graduate work in the South
5 Guggenheim Foundation correspondence
6 H misc.
7 Harvard
8 Harvard Tercentenary
9 Hillel Foundation
10 Historical Society
11 Honor Council
12 Honor Council - Papers 2/21/41
13 Honor Council - 1st Report of Testimony
14 Honor Council - 2nd Report of Testimony 2/21/41
15 Honor Council - Procedure and; Decision 2/21/41
box folder
22 1 Houston Philosophical Society
2 Inauguration
3 Inauguration of Dr. Houston
4 Industrial Edition of Houston Post, correspondence 1920 -
5 Institute activities - miscellaneous
6 Insurance
7 L misc.
8 Lectures at Rice
9 Rockwell Lectures, (folder A) 1938-1945
10 Rockwell Lectures, (folder B) 1938-1945
11 Rockwell Lectures, (folder C) 1938-1945
12 Rockwell Lectures, (folder E F) 1938-1945
box folder
23 1 Rockwell Lectures, (folder G) 1938-1945
2 Rockwell Lectures, (folder H I J) 1938-1945
3 Rockwell Lectures, (folder K L) 1938-1945
4 Rockwell Lectures, (folder M) 1938-1945
5 Rockwell Lectures, (folder P Q) 1938-1945
6 Rockwell Lectures, (folder S) 1938-1945
7 Rockwell Lectures, (folder X Y Z) 1938-1945
8 Sharp Lectureship on Civics and; Philanthropy, (folder 1) 1918-1941
9 Sharp Lectureship on Civics and; Philanthropy, (folder 2) 1918-1941
10 Sharp Lectureship on Civics and; Philanthropy, (folder 3) 1918-1941
11 Sharp Lectureship on Civics and; Philanthropy, (folder 4) 1918-1941
12 Sharp Lectureship on Civics and; Philanthropy, (folder 5) 1918-1941
13 Sharp Lectureship on Civics and; Philanthropy, (folder 6) 1918-1941
14 Lectureships (endowed) at other institutions
15 Lectureship in Music, (folder 1) 1922-1929
box folder
24 1 Lectureship in Music, (folder 2) 1922-1929
2 Lectureship in Music, (folder 3) 1922-1929
3 Library
4 Library account, (folder 1) 1926-1948
5 Library account, (folder 2) 1926-1948
6 Library account, (folder 3) 1926-1948
box folder
25 1 Library account, (folder 4) 1926-1948
2 Library Committee
3 Library - Memorial Books
4 Library Planning Group
5 Dr. Lovett
6 Office and Lovett's travel expenses, etc., 1908-1911
7 Minister's Alliance inquiry
8 N misc.
9 National Research Council Fellows from the Rice Institute
10 NROTC - The Rice Institute
11 Navy Program I, (folder 1) 1943-1944
12 Navy Program I, (folder 2) 1943-1944
13 Navy Program I, (folder 3) 1943-1944
box folder
26 1 Navy Program I, (folder 4) 1943-1944
2 Navy Program II, (folder 1) 1944-1946
3 Navy Program II, (folder 2) 1944-1946
4 Navy Program II, (folder 3) 1944-1946
5 Navy Program II, (folder 4) 1944-1946
6 Organizations, local
7 [Committee on] Outdoor Sports
8 P misc.
box folder
27 1 Committees, personnel
2 Phi Beta Kappa, (folder 1) 1921-1947
3 PBK, (folder 2) 1921-1947
4 PBK, (folder 3) 1921-1947
5 Phi Lambda Upsilon
6 Physics Building - Cornerstone Jan. 12 1914
7 R misc.
8 Registrar I, (folder 1) 1919-1931
9 Registrar I, (folder 2) 1919-1931
10 Registrar I, (folder 3) 1919-1931
box folder
28 1 Registrar I, (folder 4) 1919-1931
2 Registrar II, (folder 1) 1933-1941
3 Registrar II, (folder 2) 1933-1941
4 Registrar III, (folder 3) 1933-1941
5 Registrar III, (folder 1) 1942-1946
6 Registrar III, (folder 2) 1942-1946
7 Registrar III, (folder 3) 1942- 1946
8 Registration and Degrees
9 [Committee on] Residential Halls
10 Rice addresses and articles, 1914-1946
11 Rice Alumni
12 Rice Clubs
13 Rice Institute extension lectures delivered During World War I
box folder
29 1 Rice Institute Pamphlet: correspondence re: vols. 7:2, 8:2 (Dante Sexcentenary Lectures) 1921-22
2 [Memoranda on the History of the] Rice Institute
3 Memorandum about the Rice Institute; prepared for the Ordnance Dept., 8/24/45
4 [Newspaper Articles About the] Rice Institute
5 The Rice Institute Service Award
6 S.S. Rice Victory
7 S
8 Salaries
9 Salaries: Replies from Colleges
10 San Jacinto Museum of History
Schloarships, Fellowships, Bequests, and Loans
box folder
29 11 American Petroleum Institute Scholarship
12 Architectural Award in Memory of E.B. Arrants
box folder
30 1 Mrs. George F. Arnold Traveling Fellowship
2 Samuel S. Ashe Scholarship
3 Association of Rice Alumni Scholarships (extinct)
4 Max Autry Memorial Scholarships
5 Ellen Axson Wilson Scholarship
6 Graham Baker Studentship
7 James A. Baker and; Alice Graham Baker Bequest
8 Bender Bequest
9 Miss Willa Boord
10 Samuel Fain Carter Fellowship
11 Chapman - Bryan Memorial Scholarship
12 College Women's Club Fund
13 John McKnitt Alexander Chapter D.A.R. Scholarship
14 Lady Washington Chapter D.A.R.
15 Dow Chemical Co. Scholarship (or Fellowship)
16 Eastman Kodak Company Fellowships
17 E.B.L.S. Alumnae Fellowship
18 E.B.L.S. Scholarship
19 Engineering Alumni Scholarship
20 Junior Engineering Scholarship
21 Forms of Bequest of Scholarships and Fellowships
22 Franklin Scholarships
23 Friends of Rice
24 Mary Parker Gieseke Scholarship
25 Hohenthal Scholarships
26 Katie B. Howard Scholarship
27 Humble Oil and; Refining Co. Fellowships
28 Jordan Fund
29 O.W.L.S. Library Fund
30 Paddock Gifts
31 P.A.L.S. Scholarship
32 President's Loan Fund of the Rice Institute
33 "R, "Association Scholarship
34 Rhodes Scholarship I, (folder 1) 1919-35
35 Rhodes Scholarship I, (folder 2) 1919-35
box folder
31 1 Rhodes Scholarship I, (folder 3) 1919-35
2 Rhodes Scholarship I, (folder 4) 1919-35
3 Rhodes Scholarship II, (folder 1) 1935-45
4 Rhodes Scholarship II, (folder 2) 1935-45
5 Rhodes Scholarship II, (folder 3) 1935-45
6 Mr. William R. Rice, Jr.
7 Daniel and Edith Ripley Scholarships
8 Mary W. Roper Request
9 Semper Fidelis Club
10 Settegast Fund
11 Sharp Fellowship - Applications and; Recommendations
12 Sharp Fellowship - W.T. Thom, Jr.
13 Sharp Fund
14 Stone Fund
15 Students' Memorial Loan Fund (HOGG)
16 Texas Company Fellowships
17 Traveling Scholarship in Architecture
18 Walsh Scholarship in Architecture
19 Blanchie White Scholarships
20 Wiess Gift
21 Bill Williams Scholarship
22 Scholarship Fund Income, 1946-47
box folder
32 1 Southern University Conference 1935-1938
2 Southern University Conference 1939-1940
3 Southern University Conference 1941
4 Southern University Conference 1944-1945
box folder
33 1 Sigma Xi
2 Stadium Fund
3 Student Expenses
4 Statistics (folder A) 1914-37
5 Statistics (folder B) 1914-37
6 Statistics (folder C) 1914-37
7 Statistics (folder D) 1914-37
8 Statistics (folder E F) 1914-37
9 Statistics (folder G) 1914-37
10 Statistics (folder H I J) 1914-37
11 Statistics (folder K L) 1914-37
12 Statistics (folder M) 1914-37
13 Statistics (folder N O) 1914-37
14 Statistics (folder P Q) 1914-37
15 Statistics (folder R) 1914-37
16 Statistics (folder S) 1914-37
17 Statistics (folder T U V) 1914-37
18 Statistics (folder W) 1914-37
19 Statistics (folder X Y Z) 1914-37
20 Statistics (folder A) 1938-45
21 Statistics (folder C) 1938-45
22 Statistics (folder D) 1938-45
23 Statistics (folder E F) 1938-45
24 Statistics (folder H I J) 1938-45
25 Statistics (folder N O) 1938-45
26 Statistics (folder P Q) 1938-45
27 Statistics (folder S) 1938-45
28 Statistics (folder T U V) 1938-45
box folder
34 1 Statistics Furnished the Southern Assn. of Colleges and; Secondary Schools, (folder 1) 1920-36
2 Statistics Furnished the Southern Assn. of Colleges and; Secondary Schools, (folder 2) 1920-36
3 Statistics Furnished the Southern Assn. of Colleges and; Secondary Schools, (folder 3) 1920-36
4 Students' Army Training Corps - World War I (folder 1)
5 Students' Army Training Corps - World War I (folder 2)
6 Students' Army Training Corps - World War I (folder 3)
7 T
8 Tau Beta Pi
9 Tenure policy, (folder 1) 1935
box folder
35 1 Tenure policy, (folder 2) 1935
2 Tenure policy, (folder 3) 1935
3 Testimonials
4 Thanksgiving Reunion, 1919
5 Trustees
6 Trustees, 1918-20
7 Trustees, 1920-28
8 Trustees, 1928-30
box folder
36 1 Trustees, 1930-32
2 Trustees, (folder A) 1918-47
3 Trustees, 1918-47
4 Trustees, (folder B) 1918-47
5 Trustees, (folder C) 1918-47
6 Trustees, (folder D) 1918-47
7 Trustees, (folder G) 1918-47
8 Trustees, (folder K L) 1918-47
9 Trustees, (folder P Q) 1918-47
10 Trustees, (folder R) 1918-47
11 Trustees, (folder S) 1918-47
12 Trustees, (folder W) 1918-47
13 Trustees, (folder Y Z) 1918-47
14 Trustees, (folder 1) 1932-42
15 Trustees, (folder 2) 1932-42
box folder
37 1 Trustees, (folder 3) 1932-42
2 Trustees meeting, 9-12-1945
3 Trustees meetings, 1946 (Jan - May)
4 Trustees meetings, 1946 (June - Dec)
5 Trustees meetings, 1947
6 Trustees meetings, 1949-51
7 U-V
8 Water supply, Rice Institution 1929-39 correspondence re: contamination tests, etc.
9 William Ward Watkin - EOL correspondence, 1920-38
box folder
38 1 [Rice Men in] World War I
2 World War II - Air Raid precautions
3 World War II - Air Force
4 World War II -- [Headquarters] Eighth Corps Area
5 World War II -- Eighth Naval District
6 World War II -- Eighth Service Command
7 World War II - Engineering Schools Training Program (folder 1)
8 World War II - Engineering Schools Training Program (folder 2)
9 World War II - Engineering, Science, and; Management Defense Training
10 World War II - Faculty counselors for Navy students
11 World War II - Fire Patrol
box folder
39 1 World War II - Letters of Recommendation: Armed Forces
2 World War II -- [U.S.] Marine Corps
3 World War II - National Defense (folder 1)
4 World War II - National Defense (folder 2)
5 World War II - National Defense (folder 3)
6 World War II - National Research Council
7 World War II - National Resources Planning Board
8 World War II - National Roster of Scientific and; Specialized Personnel
box folder
40 1 World War II - Naval ROTC
2 World War II - Navy Department
3 World War II - Navy Department
4 World War II - Office of Civilian Defense
5 World War II - Preparedness, etc.
6 World War II - ROTC application
7 World War II - Rice men: multiple, misc, general
8 World War II - Rice men (folder A)
9 World War II - Rice men (folder B)
10 World War II - Rice men (folder C)
box folder
41 1 World War II - Rice men (folder D)
2 World War II - Rice men (folder E F)
3 World War II - Rice men (folder G)
4 World War II - Rice men (folder H I J)
5 World War II - Rice men (folder K L)
6 World War II - Rice men (folder M)
7 World War II - Rice men (folder N O)
8 World War II - Rice men (folder P Q)
9 World War II - Rice men (folder R)
10 World War II - Rice men (folder S)
11 World War II - Rice men (folder T U V)
12 World War II - Rice men (folder W)
13 World War II - Rice men (folder X Y Z)
14 World War II - Salary Stabilization Unit - Internal Revenue Dept.
15 World War II - Selective Service regulations
16 World War II - Special Procurement Board GCAFTC Ellington Field
17 World War II - War Department
18 World War II - War Department: Reserve Officer's Pool
19 World War II - War Man Power Commission
20 World War II - War Man Power Commission - Engineering questionnaire
21 Women's Auxiliary Corps - World War II
Subseries B: Correspondence
box folder
42 1 A General, 1912-1923
2 Ainslie, Douglas, 1912-1913
3 Axson, Stockton, 1915-1917, 1931
4 B General, 1912-1950
5 Baker, James A. [Captain], 1913-1941
6 Birkoff, George D., 1939-1941, 1945
7 Blaney, T. Lindsay, 1912-1914
8 C General, 1912-1948
9 Cajal, L.R. 1912
10 Caldwell, Robert, 1914-1932
11 Campanile, 1922-1945
12 Conklin, Edwin G., 1940-1943
13 Cram and; Ferguson, 1913-1942
14 D General, 1914-1944
15 E General, 1913-1921
box folder
43 1 Echols, W. H., 1921-1933
2 Eisenhart, Luther P., 1927-1931
3 Epstein - violin, 1913
4 Evans, Griffith C., 1915-1932
5 F General, 1916-1945
6 Foster, Marcellus E., 1928-1940
7 G General, 1913-1943
8 H General, 1912-1946
9 Hadamard, Jacques, 1911-1940
10 Hogg family members, 1911-1948
11 Houston, William V., 1946
12 Huxley, Julian S., (folder 1) 1913-1914,
13 Huxley, Julian S., (folder 2) 1915-1954,
14 I General, 1946
box folder
44 1 J General, 1917-1945
2 Jones, Jesse H., 1913-1945
3 Jones, Henry, 1914-1922
4 K General, 1913-1947
5 L General, 1913-1942
6 Lie, Sophus, 1899-1912
7 Lovett portrait unveiling, 1946
8 Lovett's resignation from Rice, 1941, 1946
9 M General, 1913-1954
10 McCants, J.T., 1912-1916
11 MacKail, J.W. 1912, 1917
12 [University of] Mississippi, 1946
13 Moraud, M., 1940-1946
14 N General, 1916-1917, 1942-1947
15 O General, 1924, 1937
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45 1 P General, 1913-1949
2 R General, 1913-1950
3 Rand, Edward K., 1940-1941
4 Raphael, Emanuel, member of the 1st Board of Trustees, 1913
5 S General, 1912-1950
6 Statue - W.M. Rice, 1928, 1944
7 T General, 1912-1922
8 Thomson, J.J., 1911-1936
9 Thresher, 1921-1945
10 V General, 1913, 1951
11 W General, 1910-1954
12 Weems, F. Carrington, 1910-1951
13 Weiser, M/M Harry, 1915, 1940-1941
14 Wheeler, Anne, 1949
15 Weiss, Harry, 1912-1948
16 Wilson, H.A., 1912-1932
17 X-Y-Z General, 1937-1938
Subseries C: Speeches
On Campus
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46 1 Laying of cornerstone, 3-2-1911
2 Matriculation address, 1912
3 Development in buildings of Rice Institute, 1913 -14
4 Matriculation address, 1914
5 Matriculation address, 1915
6 Introducing President Hibben, 2-12-1916
7 Rice YMCA, 2-25-1916, 9-28-1916
8 Matriculation address, 1916
9 Opening, 1916
10 Matriculation address, 1917
11 Presentation of diplomas to Rice graduates at Camp Leon Springs, 6-1917
12 Commencement, 6-1917
13 "Rice and Religion," 3-28-1918
14 "Rice and Religion," 10-3-1918
15 Introductions at visits of British and French Missions, 1918
16 Matriculation address, 1918
17 Students' Army Training Corps induction service, 10-1-1918
18 "The University and the War," 1918
19 Matriculation address, 1919
20 Rice YWCA, 10-2-1919
21 "Concerning the Rice Institute," Kiwanis Club, 1-28-1920
22 Introduction of William Howard Taft, 4-21-1920
23 Address during Rice commencement season, 1920
24 Matriculation address, 1920
25 Honor System remarks, 9-28-1920
26 "Spiritual Needs of the Intellectual Life," Rice YWCA, 9-30-1920
17 "Historical Sketch of Rice Institute, A Gift to Texas Youth," 11-17-1920
28 Introductions of Sir Auckland Geddes, 5-12-1921
29 Matriculation address, 1921
30 Honor System remarks, 10-4-1921
31 Writer's Club of Rice Institute address, 10-7-1921
32 Introductions of President Lowell, 4-24-1922
33 Matriculation address, 1922
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47 1 Writers' Club, 10-2-1922
2 Address to the Rice class of St. Paul's Methodist Church, 10-22-1922
3 Honor System address, 10-25-1922
4 Introduction of President Hibben, 11-30-1922
5 Writers' Club, 10-8-1923
6 Matriculation address, 1923
7 Introduction of John Powell, 4-4-1923
8 Matriculation address, 1924
9 Matriculation address, 1925
10 Introduction of President Hoover, 5-11-1925
11 Introduction of Sir Henry Hadow, 4-7-1926
12 Matriculation address, 1926
13 Matriculation address, 1927
14 Honor System address, 11-10-1927
15 Cohen House dedication, 11-24-1927
16 Rice Engineering Society banquet, 5-10-1928
17 R and; Quill dinner, 5-18-1928
18 Matriculation address, 1929
19 Physical Education, 2-11-1929
20 Trustees' dinner, 2-16-1929
21 Matriculation address, 1930
22 Rice Football banquet, 12-12-1930
23 Engineering Show, 1930
24 "Mental Equilibrium" - Rice Engineering Society, 4-4-1931
25 Rice Club of Port Arthur, 4-20-1931
26 Matriculation address, 1931
27 Faculty Club, 10-1-1931
28 "R" Association banquet for football team, 12-10-1931
29 Matriculation address, 1932
30 Engineering Show, 1932
31 Faculty Club, 10-12-1932
32 "R" Association dinner for football team, 12-2-1932
33 Matriculation address, 1933
34 "R" Association dinner for football team, 12-6-1933
35 Rice Boosters dinner, 3-19-1934
36 Matriculation address, 1934
37 Engineering Show, 1934
38 Friends of Rice meeting, (address re. football) 9-10-1934
39 Rice Alumni homecoming dinner, 11-12-1934
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48 1 Matriculation address, 1935
2 Football demonstration, 9-12-1935
3 Friends of Rice meeting, 9-10-1936
4 Rice Engineering grads 2nd reunion, 4-18-1936
5 Matriculation address, 1936
6 Engineering Show, 1936
7 Association of Rice Alumni dinner, 11-20-1936
8 "R" Association banquet, 12-9-1936
9 Introduction of Professor Rand, 1-12-1937
10 "Some Returns on Scholarship" Phi Beta Kappa Society - Rice Chapter, 3-10-1937
11 French Mission, 4-2-1937
12 Rice Alumni homecoming dinner, 11-12-1937
13 "R" Association dinner, 12-14-1937
14 Matriculation address, 1937
15 Sigma Xi dinner, 3-25-1938
16 Introduction of Sir Robert Falconer, 4-5-1938
17 Matriculation address, 1938
18 Homecoming dinner, 10-21-1938
19 Rice Stadium dedication, 10-22-1938
20 Football Dinner Houston Club [1938]
21 Engineering Show, 1938
22 Article on Rice Institute for Garden Clubs of America, 2-14-1939
23 Rice Owl and Alumni News, 1939
24 Matriculation address, 1939
25 Dedication of new Commons, 9-20-1939
26 "R" Association banquet, 12-13-1939
27 Jess Neely dinner, 2-7-1940
28 Introduction of Dean Pound, 4-2-1940
29 Port Arthur Rice Club dinner, 4-19-1940
30 Engineering Show, 1940
31 Matriculation address, 1940
32 Introduction of Dr. Sizoo (4th Rockwell lecturer), 1-14-1941
33 Rice Alumni Association dinner, 9-26-1941
34 Rice Alumni banquet, 11-7-1941
35 Matriculation address, 1941
36 Matriculation address, 1942
37 Rice NROTC Unit presentation of awards, 5-24-1943
38 Rice ROTC Unit awarding of commissions, 2-26-1944
39 NROTC Commissioning ceremony, 10-25-1944
40 Article on Rice Institute, 6-8-1944
41 Commencement address, 10-30-1944
42 "Rice in Transition" Introduction of President, Houston - Commencement, 4-4-1946
43 H.A. Wilson Award, 6-2-1950
44 Naming of Wiess Hall, 3-26-1950
45 Axson dinner [n.d.]
Off Campus
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49 1 Educational address, Marion Military Institute, 7-1903
2 "Present Obligations of College Men," Marion Military Institute 10-1904
3 Marion Institute, 7-1910
4 Toast at King's Dinner, 12-7-1909
5 Panhellenic banquet, 12-29-1909
6 "The Spirit of Science" Phi Beta Kappa Address, University of Virginia, 6-15-1910
7 Houston Real Estate Exchange dinner, 4-29-1910
8 Alumni Association of Northern Colleges banquet, 4-30-1910
9 Town and; Gown Club, Austin, 1911
10 "Public Education in Japan," Teachers' Institute, 5-13-1911
11 "Lumber and; Learning," Lumberman's Association of Texas, 4-12-1911
12 "The Spirit of Learning," University of Texas commencement, 1911
13 Fort Worth address, 6-8-1911
14 "The Appeal of Music" article for Educational Program of Music Festival Association, Austin, 6-28-1912
15 "The Spirit of Science," Scientific Society of San Antonio, 1-14-1913
16 Chamber of Commerce dinner, 10-22-1914
17 "The Conservation of Youth," Southwestern University address, 12-11-1914
18 Woman's Club of Houston, 1-6-1915
19 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 1-14-1915
20 First Christian Church Sunday School address, 1915
21 Methodist dinner, 3-5-1915
22 "In the Service of Civilization," North Texas State Normal College (Denton, TX), Baccalaureate address, 5-25-1915
23 Montgomery County Teachers' Institute, Willis, TX, 9-7-1915
24 Woman's Club of Houston, 1-5-1916
25 "Patriotic Education," DAR address, 2-22-1916
18 "The Spirit and; Temper of Learning," Beta Theta Pi Alumni Dinner 3-11-1916
19 "The University and; The Age," Arkansas State Teachers' Association 4-7-1916
28 Supt. Horn dinner, 11-18-1916
29 Temple Beth Israel, 2-2-1917
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50 1 "Houston and Its Educational Institutions," Houston Chamber of Commerce dinner, 5-15-1917
2 "Education and the War,"Dallas News, 7-18-1917
3 "Education and the War," Houston Heights Teachers' meeting, 10-13-1917
4 "Education and the War," Hunt County Teachers' Institute, 11-14-1917
5 Houston Art League, 4-12-1918
6 "The Country is Calling Men to College," Plattsburg Camp, 8-1918
7 "Three Calls of the War," Beaumont High School graduation exercises, 6-5-1919
8 Home Missions Conference, 10-9-1919
9 Washington's birthday, 1919
10 "The Place of the Privately Endowed Institution," Texas State Teachers' Association, 11-28-1919
11 "The Education of Public Opinion," Texas Press Association meeting, 1920
12 "The Education of Public Opinion" article for Dallas News, (not (sent) 1920
13 "The Call to the Scholar's Career," College of Industrial Arts, Denton 3-13-1920
14 Inauguration of President Chase, University of North Carolina, 4-28-1920
15 Indiana University centenary, 5-6-1920
16 "A Christian Call in the Wake of the War," Chautauqua, Conroe, TX 5-16-1920
17 "The Call to the Scholar's Career," Brownsville High School graduation exercises, 5-25-1920
18 Palestine Rotary Club, 5-28-1920
19 "The Call to the Scholar's Career," Palestine High School graduation address, 5-28-1920
20 A Toast to the Texas Press Association, 6-11-1920
21 Diamond Jubilee of Father Kirwin, Galveston, 6-23-1920
22 "Religion and; the Spirit of the University," 72nd Diocesan Council, 1-22-1921
23 "The City and; the University," City Club of Houston, 2-1-1921
24 Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, 2-9-1921
25 Orange Chautauqua, 4-10-1921
26 Baptist Temple, Houston Heights, 5-1-1921
27 Victoria High School commencement, 5-16-1921
28 "Medicine and; the University," Baylor University School of Medicine commencement, Dallas, 5-26-1921
29 "Several Ends of Education," University of Virginia, 5-30-1921
30 "Some Implication of the Idea of Progress," Scientific Society of San Antonio, 9-30-1921
31 "Some Remarks on Religion and; the University," First Christian Church, 10-2-1921
32 Archibald McLean memorial address, 1st Christian Church Heights Christian Church, 3-6-1921, 3-13-1921
33 Archibald McLean memorial address, Bethany College, 10-27-1921
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51 1 "Some Aspects of Science," Iowa Academy of Science, 4-28-1922
2 Treble Clef Club dinner, (not delivered) 5-16-1922
3 "Medicine and; the University," University of Texas Medical School commencement, 5-31-1922
4 Lawyers' Club of Houston, 9-30-1922
5 "Business and; Education," Rotary Club of Beaumont, 9-11-1922
6 "Student Loan Fund," Rotary Club of Houston, 11-2-1922
7 "The University in Education," Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, 11-7-1922
8 Opening of Houston Fair and Exposition, 11-9-1922
9 Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, 11-9-1922
10 "The Fellowship of Learning," Houston Philosophical Society and; Historical Society, 12-31-1922
11 "Patriotic Education," DAR, 3-30-1923
12 "Patriotic Education," University Club of Fort Worth, 4-13-1923
13 "Some Thoughts on Patriotism," Palestine High School commencement, 5-25-1923
14 "Education for Citizenship," Port Arthur High School commencement, 6-1-1923
15 Inaugural Address for President Horn, Southwestern University, 6-6-1923
16 "Then and; Now," Diamond Jubilee of Fort Worth, 11-13-1923
17 "Business and; Education," New Orleans Association of Commerce, 11-22-1923
18 "Patriotism and; Public Opinion," Church Club of Louisiana, 11-12-1923
19 Texas State Teachers' Association [c. 1923]
20 1st Methodist Church Men's banquet, 4-8-1924
21 "Patriotic Education for Citizenship," Goose Creek High School commencement, 5-15-1924
22 Southwestern Louisiana Institute, 5-26-1924
23 Bethany College Alumni luncheon, 6-12-1924
24 Orange Rotary Club, 9-9-1924
25 "Robert E. Lee," Texas Federation of Women's Clubs convention, 11-11-1925
26 "Several Enterprises of the Human Spirit," Matthews Bible Class, McAllen, TX, 11-29-1925
27 "Bachelors and Beyond," Drake University, 12-3-1925
28 "Permanent Features of the University," University of Virginia Alumni dinner, 12-17-1925
29 St. Mary's Hall dedication, San Antonio, 4-10-1926
30 "The Building of a University," Kiwanis Club luncheon, 9-22-1926
31 Houston Library dedication, 10-18-1926
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52 1 Knife and Fork Club dinner, 12-9-1926
2 "The Obligations of an Educated Mind to the Cause of Peace," LSV conference, 2-5-1927
3 Baptist Student convention, 2-18-1927
4 Alexander Love Chapter, DAR, 2-22-1927
5 College of Industrial Arts Library dedication, 4-16-1927
6 "Our Universities," American Philosophical Society dinner, 4-30-1927
7 "Go to College" Day, San Antonio, 5-13-1927
8 "Carrying On in Scholarship and Service," Colorado College commencement, 6-15-1927
9 Science Seminar Banquet, Aand;M, 5-21-1928
10 Knife and Fork Club dinner honoring Stockton Axson, 4-2-1929
11 Drama Group, 5-8-1929
12 "Science and Welfare," Texas Tech College commencement 5-27-1929
13 "Coeducation in Colleges," article for Gargoyle, 9-17-1929
14 Louisiana State Teachers' Association, 11-22-1929
15 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Founder's Day, 4-12-1930
16 University of Oklahoma, (3 Addresses) 4-22-1930
17 Houston Junior College graduation, 5-23-1930
18 Texas Section of the Mathematical Association, TCU, 1-31-1931
19 "Science and Humanism," Alpha Theta Pi Society, SMU, 4-18-1931
20 "Greetings From the University World," LSU President Smith inauguration, 11-12-1931
21-22 "At home in the university", University of Virginia, 4-13-1932
23 "Carrying On," Aand;M College commencement, 6-4-1932
24 "Religious Education," 2nd Presbyterian Church, 10-20-1932
25 Rotary Club luncheon for football team, 9-29-1932
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53 1 "Science and Civilization," Sam Houston State Teachers College, 10-27-1932
2 "Science and Progress," New Orleans Academy of Sciences, 10-13-1933
3 Kinkaid School graduation, 5-25-1943
4 Bethany College Inauguration of President Cramblet, 12-5-1934
5 "Religion and Modern Life," First Presbyterian Church, 10-30-1936
6 "The League and its Patronage," Southern States Art League, 4-4-1936
7 St. Mary's Hall graduation, San Antonio, 6-4-1937
8 Chamber of Commerce dinner, 12-9-1937
9 "French Illumination of a Texan Ideal," 7-1937
10 "Art and the Individual," Founder's Day, MFA, 4-12-1938
11 "Education and the Individual," Tulane University commencement, 6-8-1938
12 TCU football dinner, 2-17-1939
13 First Presbyterian Church centennial, 3-30-1939
14 San Jacinto Museum of History dinner, 4-21-1939
15 George Dealey dinner, 10-12-1939
16 "Missions and Men," Palmer Memorial Church, 1-16-1940
17 "Student Interest in Intellectual Standards," Mu Sigma Rho, LSU, 3-26-1940
18 Museum of Fine Arts (Houston) annual luncheon, 4-12-1940
19 First Methodist Church annual dinner, 4-11-1940
20 "Creating Student Interest in Higher Intellectual Standards," Aand;M Chapter of American Association of University Professors, 5-7-1940
21 M.E. Foster Testimonial Dinner, 3-7-1941
22 Testimonial Dinner for TCU President Waits, 5-26-1941
23 "Father and Son" week, 11-11+12-1942
24 Rev. Peter Gray Sears memorial tribute, 1942
25 "Some Relations of the Philosophical Society of Texas," Dallas, 12-5-1942
26 "Let Knowledge to Wisdom Grow", n.d.
27 Speech - unidentified, n.d.
28 Inauguration of President Futrall, University of Arkansas, n.d.
29 Inauguration of President Vinson, University of Texas, n.d.
30 Fourth of July, n.d.
31 Little Rock [AK] address on Twentieth Century Schools, n.d.
32 Remarks made while presiding at a Houston meeting, n.d.
33 Material for address on higher education, n.d.
34 Jokes, n.d.
35 Commencement address [not Rice], n.d.
36 "The Faith of a New University,"Dallas News, n.d.
37 "The Country is Calling Men to College,"Dallas News, n.d.
38 "Freedom, Fair play and Fellowship - The Spirit of Rice," n.d.
39 Misc. Speeches, n.d.
Subseries D: Fiscal
1918-1920
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54 1 Fiscal records - ledgers, 1918-1919
2 Fiscal records - ledgers, 1919-1920
3 Fiscal records - ledgers, 1919-1920
4 Fiscal records - ledgers, 1919-1920
1930-1949
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54 5 Budget, 1931-1932
6 Budget, 1932-1933
7 Budget, 1933-1934
8 Budget, 1934-1935
9 Budget, recapitulation, 1931/1932 - 1935/1936
10 Budget, 1935-1936
11 Budget, 1936-1937
12 Budget, 1939-1940
13 Budget, 1940-1941
14 Budget, 1941-1942
15 Budget, 1942-1943
16 Budgets, General Office, 1934/1935, 1938/1939
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55 1 Budget, Athletic Association, 12-8-1934, 1935
2 Budget, Athletic Association, 1936-1937
3 Audit, Athletic Association, 1932/1933 - 1935/1936
4 Audit, Athletic Association, 1936/1937, 1938, 1942/1943
5 Audit, Educational Department, 1932/1933, 1934/1935, 1942/1943
6 Scholarships and fellowships, 1938-1939
7 Bond investment reports, 1934-1938
8 Investments background materials
9 Investments revenues and expenses
10 Condition of loans
11 Audits - Investments
12 Financial statement, 6-30-1940
13 Fiscal

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Series IV: Academic Departments, 1918-1950

General information on the early institute departments is included.
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56 1 Architecture (1918-1925)
2 Architecture (1926-1930
3 Architecture (1940-1945)
4 Architecture courses
5 Biology (19151925)
6 Biology (1926-1935)
7 Biology (1935-1950)
8 Chemistry (1918-1920)
9 Chemistry (1921-1940)
10 Chemistry (1940-1949)
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57 1 Civics and Philanthropy
2 Civil Engineering (1918-1924)
3 Civil Engineering (1925-1945)
4 Civil Engineering (1945-1949)
5 Economics and Business Administration folder 1) (1946-1950;
6 Economics and Business Administration folder 2) (1946-1950;
7 Education (1918-1950)
8 Education - Family Searches
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58 1 Electrical Engineering (1918-1942)
2 Electrical Engineering (1942-1949)
3 English (1918-1920/21)
4 English (1920/21-1925/26)
5 English (1925/26-1929/30)
6 English (1929/30-1945)
7 English (1946-1950)
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59 1 French I (1918-1920)
2 French I (1920-1921)
3 French I (1922-1926)
4 French I (1925-1927)
5 French II (1924-1930)
6 French II folder 2) (1924-1947;
7 French II folder 3) (1924-1947;
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60 1 French II folder 4) (1924-1947;
2 German I (1921-1925)
3 German I (1926-1943)
4 German (1945-1949)
5 History (1918-1929)
6 History (1930-1947)
7 History (1947-1949)
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61 1 Mathematics (1918-1919)
2 Mathematics (1918-1933)
3 Mathematics (1940s)
4 Mechanical Engineering (1918-1938)
5 Mechanical Engineering (1940-1942)
6 Mechanical Engineering (1942-1950)
7 Philosophy (1919-1929)
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62 1 Philosophy (1930-1945)
2 Philosophy (1930, 1945-1949)
3 Physical Education (1929-1933)
4 Physical Education (1937-1949)
5 Physics folder 1) (1918-1949;
6 Physics folder 2) (1918-1949;
7 Physics folder 3) (1918-1949;
8 Physics folder 4) (1918-1949;
9 Psychology (1927-1949)

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