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Coeducation Collection, 1871-1998

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01.001.004 Letter on coeduction by Walter N. Hill, class of 1901, to his grandmother, Catherine R. C. Smith
Letter from Walter N. Hill, '01 to his grandmother, Catherine R.C. Smith (Mrs. Augustus W.), concerning President Raymond and co-education. (Photocopy. Original in the collection of Smith-Hill letters.)
01.002.001 The beginnings of co-education at Wesleyan, 1867-1872
Excerpts of Joint Board minutes from 1867-1872 and from the annual report of President Joseph Cummings for 1871-72 and 1872-73
01.002.002 Penciled memo that women "may avail themselves" of a Wesleyan education by Rev. George Steele, 1871
Notes on the meeting of the Joint Board of Trustees and Visitors on 1871 July 19
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
Penciled resolution prepared for the meeting of the Joint Board of Trustees and Visitors on 1871 July 19
01.003.005 "Co-education again," Wesleyan Argus
Follow-up piece on "New York Young Alumni Report on Coeducation"

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