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01.001.001 List of sources of information on coeducation at Wesleyan University
01.001.003 Statement on women students by J. M. Buckley, H. C. M. Ingraham, W. V. Kelley, and J. M. King
01.001.004 Letter on coeduction by Walter N. Hill, class of 1901, to his grandmother, Catherine R. C. Smith
01.001.008 Letter and responses to questionnaire for Wesleyan University alumnae fro the classes of 1896-1912
01.001.009 Memorandum on early coeducation at Wesleyan University
01.002.001 The beginnings of co-education at Wesleyan, 1867-1872
01.002.002 Penciled memo that women "may avail themselves" of a Wesleyan education by Rev. George Steele, 1871
01.002.003 Clara Van Vleck letter to Professor Crawford regarding an enclosed note written by Reverend George Steele (with enclosure)
01.002.004 Penciled resolution offered by Dr. Lindsay on admission of women to the University at a meeting of the Joint Board of Trustees and Visitors
01.003.003 Report of Committee of the Wesleyan Young Alumni Association of New York on coeducation
01.003.006 Minutes of two meetings of the Board of Trustees, March 20 and June 25, 1900
01.004.002 Printed modified draft of "Papers on the Relation of Wesleyan University to the Higher Education of Women"

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