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Records, 1867-1907.

Author: Theodore E BurtonHenry Northrup CastleCass GilbertElisha GrayReuben HatchAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Consists almost exclusively of correspondence received by the Oberlin College Treasurer between the years 1867 and 1907. From the first financial officer appointed in 1833, until 1899, the Treasurer operated in the dual capacity of financial officer and "Corresponding Secretary" for the Board of Trustees. Because the Treasurer served in both roles the letters deal with a wide range of subjects, including financing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
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Named Person: James Brainard Taylor Marsh; Giles Waldo Shurtleff; James Ralph Severance
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore E Burton; Henry Northrup Castle; Cass Gilbert; Elisha Gray; Reuben Hatch; Irving Wight Metcalf; Chauncey Northrup Pond; Oberlin College. Treasurer's Office.
OCLC Number: 29173420
Description: 12.5 linear ft.

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Consists almost exclusively of correspondence received by the Oberlin College Treasurer between the years 1867 and 1907. From the first financial officer appointed in 1833, until 1899, the Treasurer operated in the dual capacity of financial officer and "Corresponding Secretary" for the Board of Trustees. Because the Treasurer served in both roles the letters deal with a wide range of subjects, including financing the College and procuring operating funds, handling inquiries regarding admissions, bill collections and payment, scholarship payments, faculty loans, and other routine administrative matters. Subjects of wider interest include temperance, Congregationalism, fundraising and financial aid.

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