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Abstract The Executive Committee of Northwestern University's Board of Trustees is composed of from eleven to seventeen Trustees, including the Chairman of the Board. The Executive Committee meets regularly, and is empowered to act for the full Board in all matters concerning the university except the appointment of a Chancellor, President, Vice President, Provost, or Professor; the establishment of chairs; and the enactment of by laws governing the university. The Records of the Executive Committee in...
Abstract The records of the Evanston College for Ladies document the College's operation from 1869 to 1933. These materials consist of one box of historical materials, circulars, newspaper and catalog extracts, minutes, contracts, leases, financial statements, correspondence and catalogs.
Abstract The Records of the Woman's College of Northwestern University span from 1872 to 1893, with the bulk of the series dating from 1874 to 1886. Correspondence files (1874-1886) comprise mainly incoming correspondence relating to College students, events, and facilities. The collection includes a scrapbook, reports, minutes, bulletins and circulars.
Abstract The Women’s Educational Aid Association (WEAA; organized in 1871 as the Educational Association) was founded by Evanston women to help promote the higher education of deserving students at the Evanston College for Ladies. The Women’s Educational Aid Association records document the activities and operation of the organization. The series fills twelve boxes, including one card file box and three drop front boxes, and spans the period 1871-2000. Records are arranged into nine categories:...