Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Educator and volunteer Ethel Barber was the first woman to earn a doctorate from the school of speech. The Ethel M. Barber Papers, dating between 1940 and 2000, fill two boxes and consist mainly of biographical material, press releases and clippings, records of her philanthropic and volunteer involvement in Northwestern University and other organizations, and photographs. The papers highlight Barber's commitment to education and the theater arts via her generous financial support of educational...
Identifier: AS 2
Abstract The Charles Gates Dawes Archive consists of personal, business and political correspondence received by Dawes and drafts or copies of his correspondence written between 1884 and 1951; manuscripts of most of Dawes' journals, speeches, essays and books; some personal and company financial records, including those of the Dawes Hotels and Dawes Brothers Incorporated; annual reports and records of various companies and organizations; newspaper clippings, memorabilia, and scrapbooks related to Dawes'...
Overview Arthur Pancoe is a philanthropist, mathematician and advocate for environmental and defense issues. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University; receiving his graduate degree in mathematics in 1951. A World War II veteran, he went on to work for both Bear Stearns and Morgan Stanley, specializing in the development and advancement of breakthrough drugs. In 1995 he and his wife Gladys Pancoe established the Pancoe Chair of Mathematics and later, in 2000,...