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Records, 1862, 1887-1991.

Author: Oberlin College. Office of Development and Alumni Affairs.; Oberlin College. Alumni Records.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Records document the fund-raising, reporting, research, and public relations activities of the development arm of Oberlin College from 1887 to the present. Unfortunately, they do not provide a consecutive account of the history of the Development Office. Both annual reports and administrative correspondence series are of modest research value; informational gaps must be filled by consulting related institutional  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: Whiting Williams; William Frederick Bohn; Harold S Wood; Thomas E Harris; Bayley F Mason; C Robert Keesey; Charles F Isackes; Richard Fenn Seaman; David W Clark; William Edwards Stevenson; Arnaud C Marts; Leslie H Fishel
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Oberlin College. Office of Development and Alumni Affairs.; Oberlin College. Alumni Records.
OCLC Number: 25047479
Description: 32.25 linear ft.

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Records document the fund-raising, reporting, research, and public relations activities of the development arm of Oberlin College from 1887 to the present. Unfortunately, they do not provide a consecutive account of the history of the Development Office. Both annual reports and administrative correspondence series are of modest research value; informational gaps must be filled by consulting related institutional holdings of the Oberlin College Archives. Well documented is donor relations; donor correspondence files comprise the bulk of Subgroup I. Of the capital campaigns, the fullest record exists for the 1954-59 Henry Churchill King Memorial Campaign. Valuable early reports to the Board of Trustees (1951-58) document the creation of a permanent development program at Oberlin.

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