Miscellaneous records, [ca. 1819-1983].

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Milbank Memorial Library. Miscellaneous records, [ca. 1819-1983].

Miscellaneous records, [ca. 1819-1983].

Correspondence, annual reports of library departments, budgets, minutes, printed material, and miscellaneous documents, 1952-1980, from the files of the library's director; vertical files, 1880-1968, containing printed and other materials kept by the library and relating to Teachers College; correspondence, notes, lists, tests, assignments, bibliographies, reports, and printed materials, 1932-1967, from courses in library instruction taught by Betty Jenkins, Ethel M. Feagley, and others; financial records, 1906-1967; periodicals lists, 1980s, and miscellaneous library reports, memoranda, staff manuals, 1970s-1980s. Also included are letters and documents, 1819-1961, by M. Adelaide Nutting, Edward L. Thorndike, William Heard Kilpatrick, and others prominent in education and/or members of the Teachers College faculty that were either written to or collected by Eleanor M. Witmer, Librarian at Teachers College, 1931-1961; correspondence of Teachers College Librarian Elizabeth G. Baldwin with trustee Grace Dodge, ca. 1897-1909, library supporter E.T. Bryson, 1896-1900, and James Earl Russell, Spencer Trask, Nicholas Murray Butler, George H. Baker, J.H. Canfield, W.H. Carpenter, S.P. Avery, M.O. Avery, Montrose J. Moses, and others, late 19th to early 20th century, relating to the library.

ca. 6 cubic ft.

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