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Quarter-Centennial Celebration of the University of Chicago

David Allan Robertson

Quarter-Centennial Celebration of the University of Chicago

June 2 to 6, 1916.

by David Allan Robertson

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Published by Univ. Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • University of Chicago.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 234 p.
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16369874M

    - A board featuring historical images and links to resources for colleges in Illinois. You can also visit for pins. the fifty year mark~ and quarter-centennials after a mere two and a half decades. Such events can be very elaborate. The quarter-centennial of the University of Chicago in ~ for e;: amp 1 e ~ was a gala affair including exhibits~ dinners~ convocations~ departmental conferences,2 the dedication of a new building, graduation exercises, and the regal award of fourteenAuthor: Michael R. Hill.

    This celebration was held in a grove a mile northwest of the town. It was the first festive occasion after the settlements in Kansas were started. By primitive modes of travel, including a train of wagons from "Kennedy valley" [4] drawn by eleven yoke of oxen, settlers came from every direction until the greatest crowd of white people thus far. The "quarter centennial celebration of the establishment of the Michigan State Board of Health" will be in progress at the abovenamed time. Appears in books from

    The Quarter-Centennial: 25 th Anniversary / KU celebrated 25 years of its history with a gathering of alumni, school and state officials, and the publication of a book (two practices that would continue for most anniversaries). The book, written by M.W. Sterling, sold for $ and covered several aspects of the university’s first Walt Whitman's Western Jaunt by Eitner, Walter H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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As part of the ceremonies for the University's Quarter-Centennial celebration, an elaborate masque with participants was held on the grass in the women's quadrangle. In the foreground are women students with colored ribbons in their hair to designate their classes.

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The University of Chicago was founded by a small group of Baptist educators in through a land endowment by Senator Stephen A. Douglas. Disparagingly called "Douglas College" by its detractors, the University of Chicago's original ten-acre campus was on the northwest corner of 35th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue, a neighborhood now known as Bronzeville.

In celebration of the quarter-centennial of the founding of the university, Junethe university published three volumes: The Quarter-Centennial Celebration of the University of Chicago,by D. Robertson; A Bibliography of the Publications of Members of the University,edited by G.

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June 6, (Quarter Centennial Celebration) Box 5. Folder 7. Child Welfare Study Group.The Correspondence series is the largest portion of the collection and dates from to The series pertains to all phases of Angell's career, university, diplomatic, and personal.

Angell corresponded with a wide range of educators, diplomats, and politicians.