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A Guide to the Records of Greenville Woman's College
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Title: Greenville Woman's College Collection
Creator: Greenville Woman's College and Greenville Woman's College Alumnae Association
Introduction to the Greenville Woman's College
History of the Greenville Woman's College
Provenance: Greenville Woman's College and Greenville Woman's College Alumnae Association
Extent: 36.3 linear feet (87 boxes)
Date Range: 1857-1958
Languages: English
Restrictions: None
Arrangement: By year and material type.
Scope and Content: The surviving records of the Greenville Woman's College consist of documents created by or related to the college and its Alumnae Association. The collection spans the 1850s through 1973, although most of it dates from the period between 1920 and 1940. Materials in the collection include minutes, committee reports, financial records, correspondence, programs, publications, historical sketches and speeches.
Collection Inventory
Location: Manuscript Collection; selected items available in a digital collection through the Digital Collections Center.
See Also: Judith Bainbridge Greenville Woman's College Collection