Evelina Belden Paulson (1885-1966) graduated from Oberlin Collge in 1909. She held several positions in social services, including the game director for Hiram House (Cleveland, Ohio), special officer for the Juvenile Protective Administration (Chicago, Illinois), executive secretary, Social Service Division, for the American Red Cross in Poland, and director of the Protestant Woman's Protectorate in Chicago.
The College Archives recently received a collection of Evelina Belden Paulson's papers that consists of correspondence, reports, printed matter, and clippings.
Evelina Belden Paulson at the time of her graduation, 1909
Archives Reference Services Closed, June 6-20, 2007
New online exhibit featured: Gilford Scientific Instruments, assembled by KSU graduate intern Erica Noble.
OC Archives is in the news! See article, "Oberlin History Goes Digital."
New website featured: The Oberlin College Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered (LGBT) Community History Project