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Oberlin History, 1875-1945

[238] [Anonymous], “English Study in the College to the End of the Nineteenth Century,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 19 (March 1923), 7-8.

[239] [Anonymous], “The Great Reunions of the Past,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 29 (June 1933), 269 & 271.

[240] [Anonymous], “Radio Broadcast Marked 65th Birthday of [Oberlin] Review,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 36 (April 1939), 6.

[241] [Anonymous], “Thirty-one Years of Football,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 19 (February 1923), 25-26.

[242] [Anonymous], “Twenty Years of Basketball,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 19 (March 1923), 27-28.

[243] [Anonymous], The Whole Story. History of the Oberlin Temperance War. Cleveland, 1882.

[244] Andrews, George W., “The Conservatory of Music,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 27 (March 1931), 169-71.

[245] Ballantine, W. G., ed., The Oberlin Jubilee 1833-1883. Oberlin, E.J. Goodrich, 1883.

[246] Barnard, John, From Evangelicalism to Progressivism at Oberlin College, 1866-1917. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1969.

[247] Bigglestone, William E., “The Life and Death of ‘Junior Ex.’,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 70 (November/December 1974), 7-10, 15.

[248] ________, “Musical Union founder also shaped Oberlin’s science,” Observer, 3 (May 13, 1982), 6.

[249] ________, “Oberlin College and the Beginning of the Red Lake Mission,” Minnesota History, 45 (Spring 1976), 21-31.

[250] ________, “Oberlin College and the Negro Student, 1865-1940,” Journal of Negro History, 56 (July 1971), 198-219.

[251] ________, “Oberlin College Selects Some Presidents, 1889-1902,” Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 45 (Spring 1973), 41-54; reprinted in slightly altered form in Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 70 (March/April 1974), 2-9.

[252] Blodgett, Geoffrey T., “President King & Cass Gilbert: The grand collaboration,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 79 (Winter 1983), 15-19. [Reprinted in Observer, 3 (February 4, 18, 1982), 4,6.]

[253] Bohn, W.F., “Oberlin in Shansi,” The Chinese Students’ Christian Journal, 6-3 (December 1919), 139-144.

[254] ________, “Principles Underlying College Financing, Plan used at Oberlin College in Developing its Financial Resources,” Mt. Holyoke Alumnai Quarterly, December 1924,

[255] Bongiorno, Andrew, “Professor Administrant,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 62 (November 1966), 22-26.

[256] Bongiorno, Laurine M., “The Fine Arts in Oberlin, 1836-1918,” Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin, 15 (Spring 1958), 101-15.

[257] Bradley, Dan F., “Between Classes,” 29 Oberlin Alumni Magazine.(July 1933), 297-300. [recollections of 1882 grad]

[258] Burnell, Arthur T., “Oberlin Social Life in the Seventies,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 18 (October 1931), 8-9.

[259] F.C. (from Cleveland Leader) “Oberlin 1877,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 54 (February 1958), 16-18.

[260] Cable, Nancy J., “The Search for Mission in Ohio Liberal Arts Colleges: Denison, Kenyon, Marietta, Oberlin, 1870-1914,” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1984.

[261] Campfield, Mary Tarpley, “Oberlin-In-China 1881-1951,” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1974.

[262] Carlson, Ellsworth C., Oberlin In Asia: The First Hundred Years, 1882-1982. Oberlin: Oberlin Shansi Memorial Association, 1982.

[263] Carr, F. Easton, “The Same Stars But Looking Better,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (June 1930), 269-71.

[264] Chamberlain, Ernest B., The Music of Oberlin and Some Who Made It. Oberlin: Oberlin Historical and Improvement Organization, 1968.

[265] Cochran, William C., “Early Baseball,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 21 (May 1925), 20-22. [see also p. 23]

[266] Cochran, W.C., and others, “Historical Sketches of Athletics at Oberlin,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 10 (February 1914), 129-36, and (March 1914), 161-64. [see also April 1914, 193-99]

[267] Cole, Charles N., “Practice Teaching at Oberlin,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 14 (October 1917), 4-5.

[268] ________, “The Housing of College Men,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 18 (January 1922), 6-10.

[269] Craig, Norman C., “Aluminum, Chemistry, and Oberlin College,” Observer, 5 (November 24, 1983), 4.

[270] Crunden, Robert M., Ministers of Reform: The Progressives’ Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920. New York: Basic Books, 1982.

[271] Dickinson, Edward, “The Musical Union,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 1 (April 1905), 176-79.

[272] Dickson, Edith, “The Mahan-Morgan House,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 4 (April 1908), 263-65.

[273] [Dyer, Christine, et al, eds.], “Building Utopia: Oberlin Architecture, 1833-1983,” Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin, 16 (1983-84), 1-72.

[274] Edelstein, Stewart I., “Cassie Chadwick Would Never Believe It,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 67 (February 1971), 14-19.

[275] Fairchild, James H., “The Jubilee Celebration in 1883,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 28 (May 1932), 236-38.

[276] Farquhar, Leslie Candor, “Ecology and Model Ts,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 80 (Summer 1984), 42-48.

[277] ________, “Fraternities at Oberlin,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 75 (Spring 1979), 2-12.

[278] ________, “A joint gift: the Frank Lloyd Wright house,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 77 (Summer 1981), 20-23.

[279] Fitch, Florence M., “The Oberlin Branch of the American Association of University Women,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 28 (April 1932), 204-05.

[280] Fletcher, Robert S., “Horse and Buggy Days,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 47 (November 1950), 4-5 & 11.

[281] ________, “Prof. R.S. Fletcher Surveys the Convention’s Ninety-six Years,” Oberlin College 1956 Mock Convention Magazine, 22-23 & 40.

[282] ________, “The Spaulding-Allen Indian Collection,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, (February 1930), 136-39.

[283] ________, The Story of the Libe, Oberlin College Library, 1941.

[284] Foster, Frank H., “The Oberlin Ojibway Mission,” Papers of the Ohio Church History Society, 2, Oberlin, 1892, 1-25.

[285] Fullerton, Kemper, “College or Cause,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 22 (March 1926), 7-9 and (April 1926), 7-11; reprinted in Fullerton’s Essays Essays & Sketches: Oberlin 1904-1934 Sketches: Oberlin 1904-1934. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1938.

[286] ________, “Oberlin, A Growth,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (April 1930), 200-04.

[287] ________, Oberlin, Essays and Sketches. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1938.

[288] Goldberg, Marcia, “Whose Little Girl?,” Timeline, 3 June/July 1986, 48-49.

[289] Grover, F.O., “The Department of Botany,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 21 (March 1925), 15-16.

[290] Hall, James H., “Glee Club Celebrates Its Golden Jubilee,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (June 1930), 266-67.

[291] Hanna, Delphine, “Oberlin Begins Physical Education For Women,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (March 1930), 168-69.

[292] Hicken, Victor, “A Congregational Romance: or, Victorian Love by Mail,” Old Northwest, 4 (1978), 35-48.

[293] Hinman, Susan F., Ming Hsien Memorial To Heroes of Three Nations. New York, 1958.

[294] Holmes, Harry N., “The Story of Aluminum,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (March 1930), 170-71.

[295] Hosford, Frances J., “The First Decade of the Fifty Years,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 23 (July 1927), 6-7.

[296] ________, “Our Treasure Field,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (January 1930), 104-09.

[297] ________, “Physical Education for Women: Its Origin and Development at Oberlin,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 19 (April 1923), 7-9.

[298] Hubbard, George D., “The Department of Geology and Geography of Oberlin College,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 21 (October 1924), 13-14.

[299] Huntley, Katharine Burgner, The Company of Heaven: A Love Story. [n.p.], 1980. [Recollections of Oberlin and its people, c.a. 1900-1925]

[300] Hutchins, Robert Maynard, “The Sentimental Alumus,” in Hutchins, No Friendly Voice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1936, 87-94

[301] Hutchins, William J., “Academy Commencement Address,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 12 (July 1916), 290-96.

[302] Jameson, George C., “The Faculty in Municipal Affairs,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 3 (April 1907), 256-60.

[303] ________, “Historical Sketch of Medicine in Oberlin,” Ohio State Medical Journal, 33 (March 1937), 299-306.

[304] ________, “The Oberlin Hospital,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 4 (November 1907), 48-50.

[305] Jameson, Russell P., “The Department of Romance Languages,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 21 (April 1925), 13-16 & 18.

[306] Jewett, Frank F. and Frances G. Gulick, “The Chemical Department of Oberlin College from 1833 to 1912,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 18 (July 1922), Supplement.

[307] Keefe, Robert J., “Physical Education at Oberlin College; a Report of a Type C Project,” Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1952.

[308] King, Ernestine Evans, “Oberlin in the Near East,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 80 (Spring 1984), 28-36.

[309] Knapp, R.H. and H.B. Goodrich, “Origins of American Scientists,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 51 (March 1955), 6-12; reprinted from Origins of American Scientists. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1952.

[310] Love, Donald M., “Buildings or Builders: Creatures or Creators,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 61 (February 1965), 10-13.

[311] ________, “The Full Strength of His Life,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 62 (March 1966), 12-17.

[312] ________, The Oberlin Night School. Oberlin, 1964.

[313] ________, “Sturges Hall: Citadel for Women,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 58 (March 1962), 4-8.

[314] Lynn, Minnie L., “Fifty Years of Physical Education, 1885-1935,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 31 (April 1935), 204-06.

[315] MacKay, Alfred, “The College May Need to Change Its Strategy,” Observer, 13 (September 19, 1991), 8, 5.

[316] Martin, Mrs. C.B., “Oberlin and the A.A.U.W.,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 20 (July 1924), 36-37.

[317] Metcalf, Keyes D., “The Oberlin College Library,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 19 (January 1923), 13-16. [318] Metcalf, Maynard M., “Oberlin As a Model of College Administration,” School and Society, 3 (April 29, 1916), 635-638.

[319] ________, “Oberlin College Administration,” School and Society, 7 (January 26, 1918), 110-111.

[320] Naul, Roland, “Studies of the Turner’s System by an American: Fred E. Leonard’s Visits to Germany, 1896, 1900/1901, 1913,” in Turnen and Sport, The Cross-cultural Exchange, “German and American Studies in Sport,” Vol. I, edited by Roland Naul, New York: Waxmann Munster, 1991, 121-145.

[321] Nichols, John Herbert, “Basketball Fifty Years,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 49 (March 1953), 6-7.

[322] ________, “50 Years of Football,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 38 (October 1941), 2-5.

[323] Norris, A. C., “The Class of ’98 Boulder,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 50 (March 1954), 13-14.

[324] Nye, Russell B., “Mark Twain in Oberlin,” Ohio State Archological and Historical Quaterly, 47 (January 1938), 69-73.

[325] Owen, Llewelyn A., “An Evaluation of Field Work Guidance at the Oberlin Graduate School of Theology,” Ph.D. dissertation, Boston University School of Theology, 1956.

[326] Pettijohn, F. J., “Geology at Oberlin in the 1920’s,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 77 (Spring 1981), 37-40, 59.

[327] Place, Ruth Mosher, “Oberlin in Perspective,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 29 (June 1933), 264-66.

[328] Root, Azariah S., “History of the Financial Support of the College,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 4 (June 1908), 343-50.

[329] Root, Azariah S., “Mrs. [A.A.F.] Johnston and the Village,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 7 (October 1910), 9-14.

[330] ________, “Old Houses in Oberlin,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 21 (January 1925), 14-15.

[331] Rubin, Richard, “Azariah Smith Root and Library Instruction at Oberlin College,” The Journal of Library, History, Philoso phy and Comparative Librarianship, 12, (Summer 1977), 250-61.

[332] Severens, Kenneth W., “A Frank Lloyd Wright House in Oberlin,” Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin, 29 (Winter 1972), 90-105.

[333] Shalin, Dmditri N., “G.H. Mead, Socialism, and the Progressive Agenda,” American Journal of Sociology, 93 (January 1988), 913-58.

[334] Shaw, Norman, “Fifty-Eight Years of Baseball,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 19 (May 1923), 22-23, & 25.

[335] Shults, Frederick D., “The History and Philosophy of Athletics for Men at Oberlin College,” Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University, 1967.

[336] ________, “Oberlin College: Molder of Four Great Men,” in Quest, 11 (December 1968), 71-75.

[337] Siddall, A. Clair, “George Chauncey Jameson, M.D. 1865-1948; From Bloodletting to Antibiotics,” Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 52, (Winter 1980), 168-78.

[338] ________, “History of Homeopathic Medicine at Oberlin, Ohio 1833-1933.” The Ohio State Medical Journal, 74, (February 1978), 121-24.

[339] Singleton, Ralph H., “The Man That Corrupted Oberlin,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 56 (February 1960), 4-8 & 15.

[340] Stiven, Frederic B., “Sketch of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 11 (April 1915), 271-78.

[341] Ward, Clarence, “Oberlin Architecture,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 28 (March 1932), 168-70.

[342] Williams, Alice Moon, “Oberlin’s Great Investment in China,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 5 (January 1909), 145-48.

[343] Williams, Arthur L., “History of the Oberlin College Band,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 22 (May 1926), 11-12.

[344] Williams, Samuel R., “A History of Physics in Oberlin College,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 11 (November 1914), 50-56.

[345] Wright, George Frederick, “The Musical Union and ‘The Messiah’” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 9 (November 1912), 54-58.

[346] ________, “Oberlin College,” New England Magazine.(September 1900), 1-20.

[347] ________, “The Oberlin I First Knew and Oberlin Today,” Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 17 (April 1921), 148-51.

[348] Yinger, J. Milton, “Celebrating a century of sociology at Oberlin,” Observer, 13 (Nobember 14, 1991), 6.

[349] Zorbaugh, Frederick M., “Town and Gown: A Sociological Study of the Relation of Oberlin College to the Community of Oberlin,” Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, 1940.

 
 
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