RG 08. Students
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
These are the papers of A.A. Burleigh, one of the first African Americans to attend and graduate from Berea College. Materials include biographical information, correspondence, pension applications, medical and death records, and additional print material.
Amye Wheeler Howe was a Berea student in the early 1920s. She passed away in 1931.
This collection contains lists of Bereans who served during WWI and WWII including information on rank, place of service, branch, assignments, and other service information. The collection also contains a number of letters written by Bereans during WWII and a limited number of photographs of those who served.
These are the personal papers of Bertha Daisy Nickum, Berea College student 1901-1902. Materials include photographs, college memorabilia, and correspondence Nickum wrote during her time at Berea describing both the college and the surrounding areas.
This collection is comprised of materials collected by Hutchins Library staff regarding the the life and work of Carter G. Woodson. The collections contains clippings, publications, Berea College news releases, copies of academic records, letters and exhibit items.
Cecelia ("Peggy") Kunath graduated from the Foundation School in 1918 atteded the College's Academy from 1918 to 1919. Born in Alpena, Michigan, Peggy would marry Herbert Schutte in 1926 and lived her adult life in the Detroit area.
Franklin Parker graduated from Berea College with a B.A. in 1949. He went on to the University of Illinois, Urbana to receive his M.S. in L.S. in 1950 and received his ED.D. in 1956 from the Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. Parker served as a librarian at many universities early in his career and went on to teach as a professor of education at numerous others.