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    • Chimes, 1933

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This is the year that Dr. J. R. Rogers donated money for a new Art building and that the Munger Memorial was dedicated. The Glee Club split into two divisions: Varsity and Freshman for each gender. This year also boasted the creation of the YMCA...
    • Chimes, 1942

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • The Mountaineers beat Louisville and Morehead in basketball in 1942! (pp. 91-2) This issue is dedicated to Coach Rogers B. Clark. The Upper Division boasted new international students: Elizabeth Ellen Hoffman from Teheran, Iran, and K. Heinz Eugen...
    • The Southern Mountaineer

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    • Written by William G. Frost, former Berea College president, this small book describes the Appalachian region's relative isolation from much of the progress of society because of the natural barrier of mountains and the lack of a major waterway....
    • Chimes, 1955

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This 100th Anniversary Edition includes a brief history of the college (p. 6-11). The international students of the Senior class are: Cheng-Yin Cheng from Hsinchu, Formosa, Constantine Cappas from Athens, Greece, Alice Chen from Taipei, China, Yoon...
    • Chimes, 1936

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • A woodcut illustration by Frank Long appears in this volume. Two Jesse Stuart poems are also included: "Give Me Again the Spring" and "This is the Schoolhouse". For the first time the Dean of the College was not pictured beside the Dean of Labor;...
    • The Work and Claims of the Christian College

    • College presidents -- Inauguration; College presidents; Speeches, addresses, etc.;
    • This document includes the ten-page text of the Inaugural Discourse of the second president of Berea College, William B. Stewart. An introductory paragraph includes a brief description of the service during which Stewart presented his address.
    • Chimes, 1935

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year boasted the creation of the J. A. R. Rogers Memorial Art Building. Howard E. Taylor, the Business Manager of Berea College, died this year. This year also saw the creation of the Folk Club.
    • Chimes, 1963

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year’s volume is dedicated to Dean Louis Smith. A memoriam is given for Dr. Roscoe Griffin. International students graduating from the college this year are Siryoon Chon from Chungju, Korea, David Hopcraft from Njoro, Kenya, Gerald Peter...
    • Sectional Lines

    • College presidents; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Sectionalism (United States); Race Relations
    • This pamphlet contains not only the text of Frost's speech, but also a copy of the invitation to the super at which the speech was given and a brief description of the event, contained in the Press Comments.
    • Chimes, 1951

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year the Day Law was eliminated and Berea College began to reestablish its inter-racial education program. This issue of the Chimes is dedicated to Dr. Elizabeth S. Peck. There are international students in the Upper Division this year: Carlos...
    • Berea College Catalog, 1870-71

    • Berea College--Catalogs
    • This catalog includes information about the various Berea schools for the given academic year. Generally included are a list of The Board of Trustees, The Prudential Committee, The Ladies’ Board of Care, and the names of each student who attended...

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