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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...
Abstract Paul Andrew Witty was born July 23, 1898, in Terre Haute, Indiana, to William L. and Margaret (Kerr) Witty. He obtained his B.A. from Indiana State Normal School in 1920, his M.A. (1923) and Ph.D. (1931) from Columbia University. After working as a school psychologist and teaching educational psychology at the University of Kansas, Witty came to Northwestern in 1930 as a professor of education and director of the Psycho-Educational Clinic. The Paul Witty Papers are arranged in seven categories:...