Faculty - Oxford College Edit


021 OXCO


  • 1855-1927 (Creation)


  • 3.00 Boxes (Whole)
  • 3.00 Boxes (Whole)

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  • Abstract

    Collection of materials pertaining to the faculty of Oxford College.

  • Arrangement

    Karl Merz Clippings Scrapbook

    Last Will and Testament, A Comic Operetta, by Karl Merz

    Olive Flower Materials, Box 1 Not indexed.

    Orae, Oxonian; Faculty Meeting Minutes; Faculty, Individuals, Box 2


    1. Orae (1912)

    2. Oxonian (1921) I

    3. Oxonian (1921) II

    4. Faculty--General

    5. Appleton, L. Estelle

    6. Calhoun, Lelia [Mrs. Leidenger] [Trustee]

    7. Coddington, Mabel

    8. Crocker, Bethania [Mrs. Bethania Bishop Bennett]

    9. Flower, Olive, Dean 1919-29 I

    10. Flower, Olive--History of Oxford College, Correspondence, Orders II

    11. Flower, Olive--History of Oxford College, Corr., Orders, Invoices III

    12. Lenander, Mary

    13. Lumsden, Mrs. D. V. [Florence Dill]

    14. Merz, Karl I

    15. Merz, Karl II

    16. Morris, Mrs. Elizabeth [Wife of Robert D. Morris]

    17. Ostrander, Emma L. [Mrs. Quaif]

    18. Sondericker, Josephine E.

    19. Stewart, Nancy Hemphill

    21. Thayer, Marian [Marian Thayer Ashton; Marian Thayer MacMillan]

    22. Zerfass, Mary


    Faculty Meeting Minutes (1900-1907)

    Faculty Meeting Minutes (1907-27)

    Oxford College Faculty Meeting Minutes, 1855-87

    Oxford College Personnel Card Files, Box 2B Not indexed.

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and may only be used in the archives.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Permission to publish, quote or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

  • Preferred Citation

    Miami University Libraries. Oxford College Collection. Miami University Archives, Oxford, Ohio

  • Other Descriptive Information


  • Biographical or Historical Information

    Oxford Female Institute is a registered historic building in Oxford, Ohio, listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The Oxford Female Institute was affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, and its first president was John Witherspoon Scott. His second daughter Caroline Scott, an Oxford Institute graduate, married Benjamin Harrison and became First Lady after his election as President of the United States in 1888. The college was later known as Oxford College and Oxford College for Women. Miami University took over ownership of the school in 1928 and absorbed its students. Miami used the building, commonly known as "Ox College", as a women's residence hall for more than sixty years. The building has been adapted for use as an arts center for the community of Oxford.

  • Scope and Contents

    Comprised of yearbooks, scrapbooks, correspondence and minutes.

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