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Robert College records, 1858-2018

Summary Information

Abstract

These records contain information related to the formation of Robert College (Bebek, Turkey). They document the founders' attempts to define the mission of a Christian college within the Ottoman Empire, their efforts to obtain permission to purchase land, and their efforts to gain necessary permits to build upon the site.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1445
Bib ID 6607719 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Robert College (Istanbul, Turkey)
Title Robert College records, 1858-2018
Physical Description 110 linear feet (208 boxes, 2 map case drawers)
Language(s) English , Bulgarian , Turkish .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 2 parts. The first part of this collection is arranged in 19 series. Addition to the collection is arranged in 7 series.

Description

Summary

The records of Robert College are organized into fifteen series. Series fifteen of Robert College Records contains a vital documents series, a substantial collection of photographs, and a sizable body of records that relate to both Robert College and the American College for Girls.

The collection also contains personal papers of some of the leading figures in the history of each institution, notably Cyrus Hamlin, George Washburn, Christopher Robert, Caleb F. Gates, Mary Mills Patrick and Caroline Borden. Cyrus Hamlin's earliest papers date from the 1830s, while the correspondence of the correspondence Caleb Gates and Mary Patrick extends into their retirement years as they continued to remain in close touch with their colleagues and former students.

The earliest records of ACG date from 1890, the year of its founding with a charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The records are not as complete for the early years as for the later ones. Nevertheless, they document the pioneering role of ACG in opening higher education to women in the Near East and thereby enrich our understanding of the dramatic changes in the changes in the status of women during the twentieth century.

The collection contains a large proportion of college officials in Istanbul and the Office York. The vital role played by the trustees and material support to both colleges is well documented. Throughout the correspondence that concerns the operations of the colleges there can be found many commentaries on events in Turkey and the outlying regions of the Ottoman Empire. Moreover, the administrators of both institutions reported on their travels in Europe and the Near East. They wrote about Turkey and conditions during the Russo-Turkish conflict and both World Wars. Finally, they followed with great interest the modernization in Turkey and sought to adapt their own institutions to the far-reaching changes in Turkish society. Thus, while theses records contain the history of two American colleges, they are also significant sources for the study of modern Turkey. Accordingly, extensive descriptions of each record series are provided.

  • Series I: Origin: Robert College Prior to, 1863

    These records contain information related to the formation of Robert College. They document the founders' attempts to define the mission of a Christian college within the Ottoman Empire, their efforts to obtain permission to purchase land, and gain necessary permits to build upon the site.

    There is correspondence between Cyrus that details Hamlin's many difficulties college a reality. The letters also reflect his somewhat strained relationship with E. Joy Morris, the American Minister in Istanbul. Christopher Robert's letters provided direction and encouragement to Hamlin, and in addition relate some events of the American Civil War as viewed from New York. Included is a single file of letters from Hamlin's brother, Hannibal, who worked in the Treasury Department and thus provided Cyrus with some account of the war from his post in Washington.

    The records contain correspondence between Robert and Hamlin regarding the purchase of instructional materials, a list of Robert's donations, and the items purchased. The expenses of the college's first year are part of the financial record. Included is correspondence from Hamlin relating to the 1862 murder of Rev. William Merriam, an American missionary in Turkey. There is also a narration of the origins of the college (undated) prepared by Christopher Robert.

  • Series II: Records of the Trustees

  • Series III: Records of the President

  • Series IV: Records of the Vice President, George H. Huntington

    There are eight folders of records of George H. Huntington (Box 29) comprising general correspondence and spanning the period 1927-1952 (not inclusive). Until 1933 he served as vice president and at LJ times as acting president. After that year he resided in the U.S. and was treated for paralysis of the legs. Some of his letters are datelined Warm Springs, Georgia.

  • Series V: Records of the Dean

  • Series VI: Records of the Faculty

    Those faculty records that have been preserved constitute only a small fraction of what was generated by the teaching staff. There are a few nineteenth-century contracts, committee reports and two lists of faculty: one titled "American Teachers at Robert College, 1863-1950"; the second titled "Alphabetical List of Former American Teachers" (1953).

    Some additional materials may be found among the Dean's records.

  • Series VII: Records of the Students

    While fragmentary, this series contains lists of students by nationality and age covering the period 1882-1890. There are programs of special events, a student handbook of rules and regulations from 1914, and other items of interest. See also student publications, Box 49.

  • Series VIII: Records of the Alumni

    The five folders of alumni records include lists of graduates of the College of Arts and Science organized by year and by nationality group. There is also a list with biographical data titled "Some Distinguished Graduates of Robert College" dated 1950. For additional materials see alumni publications, Boxes 49-50

  • Series IX: Office of the Trustees, New York

    n 1920 a single business office was established for three of the independent Near East Colleges College. The office supervised the procurement of the colleges. Under the direction of Albert in New York City including Robert of supplies for all Staub the New York B LI\., Office coordinated efforts to raise funds so as to liquidate debts incurred during World War I and to provide adequate operating funds for the postwar years. In 1927 the New York Office was formally constituted as the Near East College Association.

    The records of this office date from 1923 and serve to document the close link between Robert College administrators in Istanbul and 0 their supporters and benefactors in the united States. It has since I functioned as the Office of the Trustees.

    The presidents and deans of the college wrote regularly to Albert Staub, reporting on developments at the college, enrollments, the need for new faculty, budgetary matters, and requirements for supplies necessary for the functioning of the college.

    The profound changes that took place in Turkey during the 1920s had their effect on the college. On the one hand, the government under Ataturk took an ever increasing responsibility for educating the nation's youth. On the other hand, Turkish leaders became increasingly wary of foreign influences on Turkish society.

    Fortunately, RC was a well-established institution that had a long LJ history of cooperation with Turkish authorities. In particular, the RC school of Engineering became an increasingly important place for training Turkish young men who would playa large role in the process of modernization. In 1928 the government granted graduates of Robert College the right to practice as engineers, and the following year the engineering school received official recognition from Turkish authorities.

    Most of the correspondence is concerned with the day-to-day operation of the college and the always present problems of fund-raising; there is also, however, a sprinkling of commentary on political developments in Turkey as well as current issues in the United States. In particular, the U.S. Senate's consideration of the Lausanne Treaty was followed with great interest. Another subject of importance is President Gates's emphasis on the relationship between religious instruction and character building.

    With the onset of the great depression in the 1930s, the college was forced into financial retrenchment and the presidency of Paul Monroe, who served from 1932-1935, was preoccupied with economic problems. His successor Walter Wright was concerned as well, about the increase in taxes enacted by the Turkish government. Wright also sees a more positive trend in the quality of new students and the fact that families of "political prominence" were beginning to enroll their children in the college.

    By the late 1930s, with war clouds gathering, the Turkish government demonstrated a desire to improve relations with the democratic nations, particularly the united States. One expression of was the action taken by the government in exempting from the Buildings Tax (March 23, 1939). this the World War II compelled a number of faculty members to leave for military service and the College had to operate with a much reduced staff. The problems of operating an American educational institution in the Near East during wartime are well detailed in the letters of Walter Wright, Harold Scott (acting president), and Wright's successor Floyd Black. Scott, for example, enthuses about the arrival of "much needed reinforcements" in the form of five new instructors. are ready to "Their spirit cooperate in is splendid every possible and it is manner" obvious (January that they 21, 1944).

  • Series X: Financial Records

    This series spans the years from the 1860s to the 1940s. A sizable portion of the early records concern the expenses of constructing buildings on the Bebek campus. There are financial statements for the 1870s prepared by George Washburn in his capacity as treasurer and an 1899 list of securities held by the trustees on behalf of the College. In many instances there is correspondence that refers to financial matters.

    As the College grew the records became more elaborate, encompassing such subjects as beneficiary funds, procedures for aiding needy students and financing operations under the stringencies imposed by World Wars I and II. There is an incomplete series of minutes of the finance committee of the trustees for the early 1930s and early 1940s.

    Relations between the College and the Turkish government became strained during the 1930s with the enactment of the Minimum Profits Tax. This law treated colleges as though they were commercial enterprises and thus was a source of concern to RC administrators. There are extensive reports of conferences with tax officials over the application of the tax to educational institutions. Much of the correspondence in this series relates to the availability of supplies and the cost of transporting them to Turkey from the United States.

    There are several printed pamphlets and broadsides designed for fundraising that describe the College, provide some historical background and discuss the institution's financial needs in order fulfill its mission. These materials range in date from 1873 to 1919.

  • Series XI: Official College Events

    These records include Founders Day addresses, commencement addresses, the dedication of Henrietta Washburn Hall, and musical programs. Included in the speeches are tributes to Cyrus Hamlin, Cleveland Dodge and Caleb Gates. They span the years from the 1860s to the 1950s, though there are many gaps.

  • Series XII: Publications

    Brief runs of student publications as well as alumni publications comprise the major portion of this series. There are also magazines and newsletters of the Near East College Association. The earliest is dated 1916 while Bosphorus was published in the 1960s and afterwards. Several have rather brief runs. In addition, are the student yearbooks of Robert College, the Record, beginning with 1919, though there are some gaps.

  • Series XIII: Historical Writings

    This series contains a variety of published and some unpublished material. Included are many newspaper articles published in the United States and abroad spanning the dates 1870 to 1963. Some of the earliest ones were written by George Washburn and Caroline Borden.

    There is significant biographical information on the life and family of Christopher Robert, Cyrus Hamlin, George Washburn, Cleveland Dodge and family, and Caleb F. Gates. Upon the retirement of Dr. Gates in 1932 a 60-page illustrated booklet was published containing appreciative essays by his colleagues.

    There is a folder of material dated 1881-1883 pertaining to the suit contesting the will of Christopher Robert. Robert College was a major beneficiary under the terms of the will and the courts sustained it as originally drawn.

    Of particular interest are the extensive notes of Keith M. Greenwood, an instructor at the College and author of "Robert College: The American Founders" (unpublished dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1965). These notes include extensive typescripts from the correspondence of Robert, Hamlin and Washburn.

    This series also contains a number of articles and typescripts relating to Turkish history, the role of Americans in Turkey, and the work of missionaries, particularly under the Ottoman Empire.

    Other historical works of interest include "History of the Kaidar Site (near Rumeli Hisar)" written by W. F. Clarke, to Secretary of I State William Seward, 1868, and a "Summary of the facts relating to the purchase of land at Rumeli Hisar," also by W. F. Clarke, 1868. There are brief unpublished historical sketches of the College written from 1903 to the 1950s. Included are typescripts by Caleb I Gates, Floyd Black, Lynn Scipio, and handwritten notes apparently by Harold Scott.

    In addition there is a photocopy of a typescript history by Sylvia Kuran titled "A Legacy on the Bosphorus," and a more extensive draft of a history by several authors. Eshref Sakarya has written "The Robert College Natural History Museum," an account of this important I collection. Another typescript is a "fictional-memoir" by Ali Neyzi of his years as a boarding student at Robert College from 1938-1946. This is an English translation of a published Turkish I original. Professor Cyril Edwin Black has written a remembrance of his father Floyd Henson Black dated 1984, and Harry A. Dawe contributed a typescript titled "Istanbul Amerikan Robert Lisesi: I The Orphan Child of Robert College and the American College for Girls."

    Finally there is a three volume typescript history of the College written by Herbert Lane (1913- 1976), longtime teacher of English, organizer of the alumni office in Turkey, editor of the Alumni Bulletin, and keeper of the College records. Although not footnoted, it represents the most complete account of the College's history at this time (1987). It contains an index and bibliography.

  • Series XIV: Oversize and Miscellaneous Material

    This series contains a varied group of documents. These include a manuscript of an autobiographical essay of Christopher R. Robert (undated), apparently written in his own hand, drafts of letters, apparently written by Cyrus Hamlin (undated), newspaper articles reporting Robert's visit to Robert College in 1870, copies of diplomas from Robert College and ACG in various languages, and a printed copy of the Treaty of Peace with Turkey signed at Sèvres, 1920.

    Several folders pertain to the Engineering School. Included are a copy of the Imperial Irade, dated 1928, authorizing the school's establishment, Annual Reports from 1916-1932, and a report on the school written by Harold Hazen in 1955.

    There is a folder containing faculty proposals to the Ford Foundation, 1950s and 1960s, and a document entitled "The Official Regulations of the Istanbul American College" [1950s].

    This series also includes five copies of Robert College's Seventy Fifth Anniversary Publication, 1863-1932, as well as messages of congratulations from colleges in the United States in honor of the one hundredth anniversary of Robert College's founding.

    There are several publications pertaining to Turkey, e.g., Turkey the Beautiful (1939). Additional oversize materials include two bound volumes titled "Extracts From the Correspondence of the President, Director and Treasurer of Robert College of Constantinople Essential to its History." They cover the measures period February 1868 to January 1875. These represent copies of a major portion of the correspondence of Hamlin and Washburn whose originals are elsewhere in the collection. (Note: these volumes have suffered water damage.)

  • Series XV: Photographs

  • Series XVI: Minutes

  • Series XVII: Audio Visual

  • Series XVIII: Architectural Plans and Drawings

  • Series XIX: Microfilms

  • ADD Series I: Heritage Room/Rare Books (Istanbul)

  • ADD Series II: Heritage Room/Rare Books (Istanbul & R.C./N.Y. Offices)

  • ADD Series III: Board of Trustees and Specific Committees

  • ADD Series IV: Board of Trustees and Financial Documents

  • ADD Series V: Faculty Lists

  • ADD Series VI: Education Committee

  • ADD Series VII: Publications

  • Archived Web Site, 2013-present

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See also: American College for Girls Records

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Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. Contact rbml@columbia.edu for more information.

Acquisition

Robert College. Purchase, 2006.

Collection delivered to the Rare Book & Manuscript Library on April 12, 2007

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Processing Information

This collection was processed by Professor Michael A. Lutzker, Director of the Program in Archival Management and Historical Editing at New York University, and Catherine Thompson, a graduate of the Program.

Finding aid written by Professor Michael A. Lutzker and Catherine Thompson in 1988. Collection is processed to folder level.

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2008-11-07 File created.

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2011-03-23 xml document instance revised by Patrick Lawlor

2016-06-17 xml document instance revised by Catherine C. Ricciardi

2017-03-30 Archived Website series added by Jane Gorjevsky

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

2019-08-28 Restrictions on series V.1 removed. kws

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History / Biographical Note

Historical Note

Robert College, the first American-sponsored college founded outside the United States, opened its doors in Bebek, Turkey, in 1863 with four students. The following year the American trustees obtained papers of incorporation in the State of New York allowing the! institution to raise funds in support of the experiment. The college was an outgrowth of American missionary efforts within the Ottoman Empire, but had no formal connection with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Under the leadership of the Reverend Cyrus Hamlin, a Congregational minister, who had spent many years in Turkey, and with the support of Christopher R. Robert, a prosperous New York merchant, the college gradually became recognized as an important institution for educating the Christian minorities within the Ottoman Empire.

Cyrus Hamlin's desire to establish a permanent campus increasingly diverted his energies from administrative duties. After protracted I negotiations and considerable resistance from the Turkish authorities, he secured a site above the fortress of Rumeli Hisar overlooking the Bosphorus and began personally to oversee I construction of the new building. In the process he became increasingly alienated from his colleagues and as a consequence the trustees shifted responsibility for administering the college to George Washburn, a long time resident of Turkey who had served as I treasurer for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions before joining the Robert College faculty.

In 1871 the college moved to its new campus and while the number of students grew so did the tension between Hamlin and the faculty. In 1877 the trustees officially named Washburn president though in fact he had been acting as such for some years. During his long tenure Washburn gradually assembled a faculty of distinguished scholars who firmly established the college's academic reputation. These professors were augmented by tutors from the United States and by local academics.

With the death of Christopher Robert in 1878, the college lost one of its leaders and its chief benefactor. However, his generous bequest laid the basis for an endowment. That same year the college's first catalog was published showing that since 1863, 912 students of many nationalities had attended and 76 had graduated. The number of students grew markedly during the l880s but in the process the physical plant and equipment gradually became outmoded. I Faculty morale declined. In the United States a new group of trustees was recruited, and men such as John S. Kennedy, Cleveland H. Dodge and William Sloane inspired an ambitious building program II that both expanded and revitalized the college. In 1903 Dr. Caleb Gates succeeded George Washburn as president. During his twenty-nine year administration the student body underwent a dramatic transformation as the Young Turk movement led to an Ii unprecedented demand for education along western lines. "Concurrently, government relaxation of barriers against attending foreign schools encouraged the enrollment of Turkish youngsters in t1 existing institutions such as Robert College

In 1912 the School of Engineering was established, a major step in harmony with the needs of a Turkey determined to modernize itself and provide technical education to its young generation.

With the coming of World War I, Robert College faced a host of ;I pressures and experienced severe shortages of supplies. II Nevertheless, the college continued to fulfill its educational mission. Even after the United States entered the war and severed diplomatic relations with Turkey, Robert College never was obliged to close its doors. A significant indication of the relationship I between the two countries is the fact that there was no declaration of hostilities despite the fact that Turkey was allied with the Central Powers.

At the end of the war the rising spirit of Turkish nationalism left the fate of an American institution precarious. However, by the I 1920s Robert College had been in existence for over half a century and had won the respect of Turkish leaders who recognized the i crucial role of education to the process of modernization. Moreover, the United States government had never over the years EJ become associated in the public's mind with efforts to dismember the Ottoman Empire. Finally, President Woodrow Wilson's emphasis on self-determination of nations was in accord with Turkish desires for independence in the wake of World War I.

During the 1920s a militantly nationalist Turkish government sought fl to exercise increased control over all schools through its Ministry II of Education. While this thrust was not in accord with American traditions of institutional autonomy, both the government and then college maintained a degree of flexibility over the years that made it possible for generations of Turkish students to become educated in the Western liberal tradition and thereby contribute to the development of modern Turkey. This can be attributed, in some measure, to a respect for the secular traditions of the West on the part of Kemal Ataturk.

The retirement of President Caleb Gates in 1932 closed a twenty-nine year chapter in the history of the college. By that time the impact of the worldwide economic depression had severely strained the institution's finances. The trustees appointed Dr. Paul Monroe of Teachers College, Columbia University, to consolidate the college in the face of its reduced income. One of his first moves was the merger of Robert College with the American College for Girls (ACG) under a single president, though the two institutions continued for I many years to maintain their separate Boards of Trustees and their separate endowments.

Prior to the appointment of Paul Monroe in 1932 as the president of both Robert College and the Amerlcan College for Girls, the two institutions had begun sharing instructors for certain elective classes. The stringencies imposed by the depression led to further consolidation.

When ill health compelled the retirement of Dr. Monroe in 1935, he was succeeded as head of the two institutions by Dr. Walter II Livingston Wright, Jr., an Ottoman scholar whose extensive knowledge of the Near East served the colleges well during an era of profound change in Turkey. President Wright faced the continuous task of maintaining academic standards in the face of financial stringency. The curriculum underwent revision as the college strove to adapt to I the needs of a nation undergoing modernization.

As Europe's crises of the late 1930s brought war in 1939, it became increasingly difficult to attract qualified teachers. Moreover, when the U.S. became involved in 1941, President Wright was called to Washington to serve as an advisor on Near Eastern affairs. Dean Harold L. Scott, who had served Robert College in several capacities since 1911, guided the institutions through most of the war years acting as president. In 1944 Floyd Henson Black was appointed president of the college. His first teaching position had been as a tutor at Robert College in 1911. In 1914 he had returned to the United States and after completing his doctorate at Harvard he it returned in 1919 to teach Latin. In 1926 he was appointed president of the American College in Sofia where he served for the next eighteen years. By 1944, however, the war forced the closing of the college in Sofia and Floyd Black returned, this time to a combined Robert College and American College for Girls, to lead it into the postwar years. By the war's end the college was highly respected in Turkey and there was no difficulty attracting students. The problems centered on a shortage of faculty and the college's aging physical facilities. Financial constraints and an overburdened faculty threatened an erosion of academic standards, even while extracurricular activities, drama, and athletics flourished. The college found itself at a crossroads and with the impending retirement of Dr. Black in 1955, the faculty sought to re-evaluate the academic needs of the institution while the trustees undertook to seek new sources of funding.

In 1955 Dr. Duncan Ballantine, President of Reed College, was appointed by a joint presidential search committee composed of RC and ACG trustees. His mandate was to revitalize the academic programs at the college. After a year-long study sweeping changes were made. The orta, which trained eleven to fourteen-year-old youngsters, was phased out. The four-year lise was made comparable to the three-year Turkish lise and designated Robert Academy. The collegiate division was granted permission by the Turkish Government to award Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees as well as Masters degrees in both fields. The college program was reorganized into three departments, the Engineering School, the School of Business Administration, and the School of Science and Foreign Languages. All three departments were to be coeducational.

In 1958 a comparable change was made at the level of the trustees, when both Boards of Trustees and both endowments were merged under the corporate name of The Trustees of Robert College of Istanbul. This merger was ratified in 1959 by an amendment to the charter granted by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York.

In 1961, Dr. Ballantine resigned and was succeeded in 1962 by Dr. In Patrick Murphy Malin, who had taught Economics at Swarthmore College Jj and later served as executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union. Dr. Malin presided over the centennial celebrations of the college held in 1963.

During its first century the college had fulfilled the vision of its chief founders, Christopher Robert, Cyrus Hamlin and Mary Mills Patrick, by educating successive generations of young people, beginning with the Ottoman Empire and continuing under the Turkish Republic.

Timeline:

1863 - Robert College founded by Hamlin and Robert.

1871 - American College for Girls (originally known as The Home School) founded in Gedikpasa.

1874 - American College for Girls moved to Uskudar.

1912 - Engineering school opened at Robert College (with first civil engineering program in Turkey).

1914 - American College for Girls moved to Arnavutköy campus.

1932 - Administration of RC and ACG united under leadership of a single president.

1958 - Three new schools added to the degree-granting Yuksek (Higher Education) Division of Robert College. Boards of Trustees and endowment funds of both Colleges merged under the name of the Trustees of Robert College of Istanbul.

1971 - Robert College Yüksek transferred to the Turkish Government and now carries on the Robert academic tradition as Bogaziçi University. Robert Academy and ACG combined physically on the Arnavutköy campus as a coeducational six-year preparatory school.

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Series I: Origin: Robert College Prior to, 1863

These records contain information related to the formation of Robert College. They document the founders' attempts to define the mission of a Christian college within the Ottoman Empire, their efforts to obtain permission to purchase land, and gain necessary permits to build upon the site.

There is correspondence between Cyrus that details Hamlin's many difficulties college a reality. The letters also reflect his somewhat strained relationship with E. Joy Morris, the American Minister in Istanbul. Christopher Robert's letters provided direction and encouragement to Hamlin, and in addition relate some events of the American Civil War as viewed from New York. Included is a single file of letters from Hamlin's brother, Hannibal, who worked in the Treasury Department and thus provided Cyrus with some account of the war from his post in Washington.

The records contain correspondence between Robert and Hamlin regarding the purchase of instructional materials, a list of Robert's donations, and the items purchased. The expenses of the college's first year are part of the financial record. Included is correspondence from Hamlin relating to the 1862 murder of Rev. William Merriam, an American missionary in Turkey. There is also a narration of the origins of the college (undated) prepared by Christopher Robert.


Subseries I.1: General



Box 1 Folder 1 Correspondence to Christopher Robert from James H. Dwight, 1858


Box 1 Folder 2 Correspondence to Cyrus Hamlin(?) from Christopher Robert, 1858


Box 1 Folder 3 Correspondence to Hamlin from David B. Coe and Milton Badger, 1859


Box 1 Folder 4-5 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1859


Box 1 Folder 6 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1859

(includes offer to Hamlin to head the college)


Box 1 Folder 7 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1859


Box 1 Folder 8-9 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1859


Box 1 Folder 10 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1860

(includes a description of objectives of Robert College)


Box 1 Folder 11-12 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1860-1861


Box 1 Folder 13-15 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1861


Box 1 Folder 16-19 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1861-1862


Box 1 Folder 20-23 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1862


Box 1 Folder 24 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin re Morris/ Merriam affair,, 1862


Box 1 Folder 25 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1862

(includes summaries re Morris's role in negotiating with Turkish Government)


Box 1 Folder 26-28 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1863


Box 1 Folder 29-30 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1863


Box 1 Folder 31 Miscellaneous correspondence to and from Robert, 1862-1863


Box 1 Folder 32 Correspondence to George Perkins and Henry Schauffler from Hamlin,, 1862-1863


Box 1 Folder 33-35 Correspondence to Robert from Perkins, 1861-1865


Box 1 Folder 36 Correspondence to Schauffler from Robert, 1859


Box 1 Folder 37 Correspondence to Robert from Schauffler, 1858-1865

(comments on Chernaud problem as well as policy matters)


Box 1 Folder 38-39 Schauffler, Perkins, Hamlin correspondence to trustees re Chernaud affair,, 1864-1865



Box 2 Folder 40 Statements about the college plus endorsements from Americans in Turkey; letters of support for the college, 1860, 1862, 1860, 1862


Box 2 Folder 41 "Historic Statement of the Origin of the Proposed College" written by Hamlin, 1861 or 1862, 1861, 1862


Box 2 Folder 42 Correspondence re land acquisition, 1861


Box 2 Folder 43 Printed version of Robert College's objectives: translation of an article appearing in a French newspaper,, 1861


Box 2 Folder 44 Correspondence to Robert re purchase of equipment, 1861


Box 2 Folder 45 Correspondence to Robert from Rufus Anderson and William(?) Goodell,, 1861-1863


Box 2 Folder 46 Copy of documents relating to the establishment of an American College in Istanbul,, 1862-1863


Box 2 Folder 47 Letter to the Honorable E. Joy Morris from Hamlin, 1862


Box 2 Folder 48 Petitions for permission to build the college, 1862


Box 2 Folder 49 Correspondence includes letters re negotiations for land acquisition,, 1862


Box 2 Folder 50 Correspondence re negotiations for land, 1862


Box 2 Folder 51 Copy of documents sent to Secretary of State Seward re claims of college against the Turkish Government, [1862]


Box 2 Folder 52 Letter to Robert re Hamlin's conduct over Reverend Merriam's murder,, 1863

(written by James Clarke of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions)


Box 2 Folder 53 Official letters to Robert re Reverend Merriam's murder, 1863


Box 2 Folder 54 Correspondence to Reverend David B. Coe from A.L. Chapin (President of Beloit College),, 1863


Box 2 Folder 55 Letter to [Hamlin] from Samuel Morse, 1863


Box 2 Folder 56 Financial statements, 1860-1864

(include expenses for the first college year)


Box 2 Folder 57 Narrative of the origin of Robert College prepared by [undated] Robert


Box 2 Folder 58 Letter from Hamlin to "Saicus" of the Levant Herald [undated]


Subseries I.2: The Personal Papers of Cyrus Hamlin

In addition to documenting the founding of the College, this record group contains some personal papers of Cyrus Hamlin. They include his earlier activities in Maine as well as his longtime involvement in the Near East. The personal papers are chronologically arranged. They include sermons (1837-1839, 1841, 1843, 1858 and undated); lectures on Africa and "the conflict of Science and Religion"; a minute book recording visits among the Irish immigrants in Maine; and the management of an evening school for Irish Catholics, 1836-1844.

There is a journal of Hamlin's travels in Turkey as a teacher and missionary, 1840-1844, and another journal of a brief trip to Salonica and the Balkans in 1844.

Among the other papers are accounts of his work at the seminary in Bebek prior to the founding of the college; a letter to his children, 1848; and a memorandum of his visit to his patients afflicted with cholera during the 1860s that includes their symptoms and treatment.

These journals and documents are noteworthy because they contain more detailed accounts than those in Hamlin's published memoir, My Life and Times (1893).



Box 3 Folder 1 to 9 Hamlin, sermons, 1837-1896


Box 3 Folder 10-11 Hamlin, lectures, 1834, 1837, 1834, 1837


Box 3 Folder 12 Hamlin, minute book of visits among the Irish, 1836-1847 and travels in Turkey as teacher and missionary, 1840-1846, 1836-1847, 1840-1846

(more detailed than the accounts in My Life and Times)


Box 3 Folder 13 Hamlin, records of seminary at Bebek, 1840s-1850s


Box 3 Folder 14 Hamlin, letter to his children, 1848


Box 3 Folder 15 Memo on visits to cholera patients, 1860s


Box 3 Folder 16 Correspondence to Hamlin from his brother Hannibal Hamlin, 1859-, 1862


Box 3 Folder 17 Correspondence to Hamlin, 1860


Box 3 Folder 18 Hamlin, family correspondence, early, 1860s


Box 3 Folder 19 Mary Hamlin, notes, 1874


Box 3 Folder 20 Account of a memorial service for "Susie", [undated]

Series II: Records of the Trustees


Subseries II. 1: Christopher Robert

From the earliest days of the college, the trustees played an important role. Christopher Robert was the central figure on the Board of Trustees until his death in 1878; he was both a leader and I benefactor. The first two presidents, Cyrus Hamlin and George Washburn, wrote regularly to Robert reporting the College's progress, describing their negotiations with Ottoman officials, and each relating his own views of disputes between them. Hamlin's I correspondence covers the period 1864-1875, while Washburn's runs from 1867-1879. Robert followed developments carefully, became involved in decisions large and small, and endeavored to encourage g them in their efforts. He became the arbiter of conflicts between Hamlin and Washburn, and was also asked to mediate between Hamlin and a sometimes aggrieved faculty. (Some typescripts of the II correspondence appear in Series 13.)

For the first fifteen years of the College, Robert's records as a trustee offer the most comprehensive documentation of its development as an institution. Moreover, his records, as well as those of other trustees, contain letters from Hamlin and Washburn sprinkled with commentaries on political developments within the Ottoman Empire, including the Bulgarian rebellion and the Russo-Turkish War of 1877.

One of the College's major concerns was recruitment of faculty. Instructors lived under rudimentary conditions with each having to teach a variety of subjects. Hamlin's long teaching hours, and the difficulties he encountered clearing title to land for the college, as well as his acerbic personality, all combined to produce strained relations with his colleagues. To aid faculty recruitment Robert kept up a lively correspondence with several seminaries in the it Northeast, notably Auburn, New York. They were asked to provide young tutors in place of the more experienced faculty alienated by Hamlin.

There is correspondence from Albert L. Long spanning 1873-1877. Long served as secretary of the faculty and he writes of faculty appointments, financial matters, and other concerns of the institution. He provided Christopher Robert with numbers of students and the nationalities from which they were drawn.

Long's correspondence also reflects his concern with the wider world of diplomacy and politics, and with the coming of the Russo-Turkish War. His letters discuss the origins of that conflict and its economic impact on the college. He reports the death of Sultan Abdulaziz and subsequent signs of discontent in the Ottoman Empire.

Washburn's correspondence to Robert is particularly notable for the wealth of information it conveys. There are statistics of the nationalities represented in the student body, detailed financial reports, and accounts of student activities.

The rift between Washburn and Hamlin is documented in the letters from both men to Robert. Hamlin became openly resentful of Washburn's enhanced role, while both Robert and Washburn advised him to concentrate his efforts on supervising the new construction and on fundraising in the U.S. to build an endowment.

Washburn also devotes considerable attention to the political crisis in the Ottoman Empire, the Bulgarian revolution, and the Russo-Turkish conflict. His correspondence will be valuable to students of Near East history.

A sizable portion of the records are concerned with detailed administrative reports, the purchase of books and supplies, matters attendant on the construction of new buildings, hiring of new teachers, and the securing of property rights for RC in Turkey.

Robert's friend in the U.S. Treasury Department, W. F. Clarke, writes of his efforts to gain support from the State Department and I influential Congressmen on behalf of RC's property rights vis-a-vis the Turkish Government.

Following the death of Christopher Robert in 1878, letters and reports from the college were directed to C. H. Merriman, Robert's personal secretary. This correspondence covers the years 1878-1898. However, it lacks the personal quality of the letters to Robert and is more businesslike and routine.

Box 9 contains correspondence among the trustees, notably Reverend David B. Coe, Walter Badger, and William A. Booth, all of whom were also active in the governance of the American Home Missionary Society. Contents include letters from Christopher Robert, Cyrus Hamlin, George Washburn, Alexander van Millingen, Caleb Gates, John S. Kennedy, and Cleveland H. Dodge. Correspondence spans the period 1869-1903. There are the usual trustee concerns, though the board members also undertook to hire tutors, in consultation with the RC administration.

There are letters from Christopher Robert to Reverend Coe describing his travels abroad in 1870 and 1875 that included trips to the college. While in England he heard Prime Minister Disraeli address the Parliament and the Archbishop of Canterbury speak in Exeter Hall. Moreover, in Turkey he records his meetings with missionaries, teachers, students and public officials. Robert is an informative and enthusiastic correspondent. The college is the embodiment of his vision and his letters are of particular interest.

Cyrus Hamlin's estrangement from the college is documented in his letters to Reverend Coe.



Box 4 Folder 1-9 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1864-1867


Box 4 Folder 10 Hamlin memo on the presidency of the college, 1868


Box 4 Folder 11 Hamlin memo on printing a catalog of RC, 1868


Box 4 Folder 12 Hamlin memo on the Corliss Fund, 1868


Box 4 Folder 13-35 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1868-1875



Box 5 Folder 36-42 Correspondence to Robert from Hamlin, 1876-1878


Box 5 Folder 43-49 Correspondence to Robert from Edward North, 1865-1883

(after Robert's death in 1878 North wrote to Coe and Washburn)


Box 5 Folder 50-51 Correspondence to Robert from Luther Ostrander, 1865-1867


Box 5 Folder 52-53 Correspondence to Robert from John A. Paine, 1866-1867


Box 5 Folder 54-55 Correspondence to Robert from Edwin A. Grosvenor, 1874-1877


Box 5 Folder 56 Correspondence to Robert, 1878


Box 5 Folder 57 Correspondence to Robert from Albert Long, 1873-1874


Box 5 Folder 58-63 Correspondence to Robert from Long, 1876-1878



Box 6 Folder 64-100 Correspondence to Robert from George Washburn, 1867-1878

(Folder 99 contains letter from Washburn to Mrs. Robert re. her husband's death)



Box 7 Folder 101 Correspondence to Robert from James Gordon (treasurer, Missionary House) re purchase of books,, 1861-1864


Box 7 Folder 102 General Correspondence to Robert re purchase of books, 1864-1866


Box 7 Folder 103 Correspondence to Robert re filing of Certificate of 1864 Incorporation, 1864


Box 7 Folder 104 Correspondence to Robert re faculty positions, 1864-1865


Box 7 Folder 105 Correspondence to Robert from Langdon Ward, treasurer of The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,, 1861-1866


Box 7 Folder 106-107 General correspondence to Robert, 1867-1868


Box 7 Folder 108 Correspondence to Robert from William Clarke, 1868-1869


Box 7 Folder 109 Correspondence to Robert from Samuel D. Wilcox, 1869


Box 7 Folder 110 General correspondence to Robert, 1869


Box 7 Folder 111-112 General correspondence to Robert about construction, equipment and administrative matters,, 1869


Box 7 Folder 113-128 General correspondence to Robert, 1871-1875



Box 8 Folder 1-5 General correspondence to Robert, 1876-1878

(Folder 5 is empty)


Box 8 Folder 6-8 Correspondence to Robert from M. Hamlin, 1873-1877

(Folder 8 is empty)


Box 8 Folder 9 Correspondence to Robert from Henrietta L. Washburn, 1874


Box 8 Folder 10 Correspondence to C.H. Merriman from Hamlin, 1878-1880


Box 8 Folder 11-12 General correspondence to Merriman, 1875-1880


Box 8 Folder 13 Correspondence to Merriman from Washburn, 1878-1884


Box 8 Folder 14 Correspondence to Merriman from Long and others, 1881-1883


Box 8 Folder 15-17 General correspondence to Merriman, 1884-1886


Box 8 Folder 18 Correspondence to Merriman concerning sale of property owned by Robert at Lookout Mountain, Tennessee,, 1886-1887


Box 8 Folder 19-26 General correspondence to Merriman, 1887-1898



Box 9 Folder 27 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Milton Badger, 1869-1870


Box 9 Folder 28-29 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Robert, 1870-1876


Box 9 Folder 30 Correspondence Hamlin/D.B. Coe (typewritten) re Hamlin's relationship with college, 1878-1880


Box 9 Folder 31 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Hamlin, 1879-1880


Box 9 Folder 32 Correspondence to William A. Booth from Washburn, 1880-1884


Box 9 Folder 33 General correspondence to Jacob D. Vermilye, treasurer, 1879-1882


Box 9 Folder 34 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Washburn, 1879-1880


Box 9 Folder 35 Correspondence to D.B. Coe, Merriman and others from Washburn,, 1883-1889


Box 9 Folder 36 Correspondence to D.B. Coe and Merriman from Washburn, 1890-1892


Box 9 Folder 37 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Badger, 1874, 1876, 1874, 1876


Box 9 Folder 38 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Van Millingen, 1879


Box 9 Folder 39 Correspondence Booth/D.B. Coe, 1879-1880


Box 9 Folder 40 General correspondence to D.B. Coe and Grosvenor, 1879-1880


Box 9 Folder 41 Correspondence to D.B. Coe from Grosvenor, 1880


Box 9 Folder 42-44 General correspondence to D.B. Coe, 1879-1890s


Box 9 Folder 45-46 General correspondence to Booth, 1880s-1905


Box 9 Folder 47 Caleb Gates to trustees re acceptance of presidency, 1902


Box 9 Folder 48 General correspondence to John S. Kennedy, 1899-1901


Box 9 Folder 49 General correspondence to Cleveland H. Dodge, 1899


Box 9 Folder 50 Report submitted to RC trustees by D.B. Coe (announces resignation of Washburn),, 1903


Box 9 Folder 51 Reports to the trustees submitted by D.B. Coe, 1903


Box 9 Folder 52 Correspondence to Kennedy from Gates, 1905


Box 9 Folder 53 Special report to the trustees on the physical conditions of property and buildings at RC campus prepared by Gates and Alfred D. Hamlin,, 1909


Subseries II.2: General

Caleb Frank Gates succeeded to the presidency of RC in 1903 and Box 10 contains correspondence between Gates and Trustee Cleveland H. Dodge from 1914-1919. Earlier years are missing from this correspondence, but there is important material on World War I and I its powerful impact upon the college. (Despite the wartime censorship, Gates's reports are substantive because he was able to send them through the U.S. embassy via diplomatic pouch.) When I Turkey severed diplomatic relations with the U.S. in 1917 the college continued to function despite several attempts by the Turkish military to take possession of the buildings.



Box 10 Folder 1 Address of Gates to the trustees, 1907


Box 10 Folder 2-10 Correspondence Dodge/Gates, 1914-1919


Box 10 Folder 11 RC Library statement prepared for the Library Committee of RC trustees,, 1927


Box 10 Folder 12 Reports on farm prepared for trustees, 1927-1932


Box 10 Folder 13 Report on visit to Turkey re merger of ACG and RC [author unknown],, 1930


Box 10 Folder 14 Library account, financial statements, 1932-1934


Box 10 Folder 15 Correspondence to Henry Sloane Coffin and notes of an interview [interviewee unknown],, 1935


Box 10 Folder 16-18 Correspondence Walter Wright/Bayard Schieffelin, 1935-1938


Box 10 Folder 19 Report of Survey of Near East College Association Office submitted by the Advisory Committee on Administration,, 1937


Box 10 Folder 20 Memorandum re proposed American college for Hungary, 1946


Box 10 Folder 21 Statements re Robert College prepared by Floyd Black 1947 and Harold Scott, 1947, 1947, 1947

Series III: Records of the President


Subseries III.1: Cyrus Hamlin

The presidential records of Cyrus Hamlin (1863-1877) and George Washburn (1877-1903) contain a wealth of information about the early years of Robert College. There are many letters from Christopher Robert demonstrating his thoroughgoing involvement in the operation of the college. Both Hamlin and Washburn reported events in considerable detail (Trustees' Records) and Robert followed developments carefully. Robert wished to document the development of Robert College as a record for future generations (letter to Washburn, March 20, 1869).

The correspondence traces the difficulties regarding purchase of land for the college site, attempts to secure the from the Turkish government, and Secretary of State William Seward's assistance in gaining the necessary authority to establish the college. One can chart the development of the institution in these letters, from the organization of the Board of Trustees, to the growth in the number of students and faculty during these early years.

There is also material related to development in the United States. In the course of h1s letters to Hamlin, for example, Christopher Robert discusses his travels to the post-Civil War South as well as his establishment of a short-lived private school for poor whites at Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.



Box 11 Folder 1-2 General correspondence to Hamlin, 1860-1869


Box 11 Folder 3 Letters from Washburn to his "father" (Hamlin), 1862-1864


Box 11 Folder 4 Letter written by Sir A. Bulwer declining invitation to attend opening of Robert College,, 1863


Box 11 Folder 5-6 Correspondence to Hamlin re negotiations for purchase of land, 1863-, 1864


Box 11 Folder 7 "Extracts from Hamlin's letters respecting a new professor", 1864


Box 11 Folder 8-11 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1864


Box 11 Folder 12-16 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1865


Box 11 Folder 17 Hamlin letter to Reverend Wood of the American Board, 1865

(mainly about the Chernaud affair)


Box 11 Folder 18 Correspondence to Hamlin from his nephew and sister, 1865


Box 11 Folder 19-20 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1866


Box 11 Folder 21 Letter from John P. Brown to Hamlin on U.S. involvement in purchase of land for the college,, 1866


Box 11 Folder 22 Hamlin, notebook, Bebek, 1867


Box 11 Folder 23-25 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1867


Box 11 Folder 26 Correspondence re negotiations for property, 1868

(includes letters to Hamlin from Brown)


Box 11 Folder 27 Inventory of college property, 1868


Box 11 Folder 28 Letter to Hamlin conferring the Irade, 1868


Box 11 Folder 29 Hamlin's interpretation of the Irade, 1868


Box 11 Folder 30 Hamlin, memos to the trustees, includes "On the Presidency of RC," and "On Keeping the Sabbath",, 1868


Box 11 Folder 31-32 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1868


Box 11 Folder 33-34 Typewritten drafts of Hamlin's letters to his family, 1868-1880s


Box 11 Folder 35 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1869


Box 11 Folder 36 Building diagrams drawn by Hamlin, 1869


Box 11 Folder 37 Correspondence to Hamlin from Robert, 1871


Box 11 Folder 38 General correspondence to Hamlin, 1871-1872

(includes Long's acceptance letter, 1872)


Box 11 Folder 39 Letters from Amherst and Yale Colleges in support of Robert College,, 1872


Subseries III.2: George Washburn

While Hamlin busied himself with construction of the new campus buildings, Washburn served as director with a mandate to "organize" and run the college. His managerial abilities were such that he increasingly earned Robert's confidence. Meanwhile Hamlin and Robert gradually became alienated. The correspondence includes Robert's commentaries on the reports he received from Washburn regarding the political situation in Turkey. The formers intense personal faith bolstered his conviction that the college would succeed despite the difficulties posed by the unsettled conditions in the Near East.

Some faculty correspondence to Washburn survives and offers insight into life at Robert College from the faculty's perspective. In addition there are letters from friends in the United States who had ties to Turkey or were involved with the college.

There is an important file of letters to Washburn from the philanthropist John Stewart Kennedy, who served as chairman of the college's Board of Trustees from 1895 until his death in 1909. Kennedy, like Robert, was actively involved in the affairs of the college. His correspondence reflects his concern with the political tensions in Turkey near the turn of the century. He reported on his meetings with Presidents Grover Cleveland and Theodore Roosevelt regarding the protection of Americans in Turkey. At one point in 1896 Kennedy offered to charter a steam yacht to be anchored in the Bosphorus if an evacuation should become necessary. Washburn declined the offer.



Box 12 Folder 1-23 Correspondence to Washburn from Robert, 1867-1876



Box 13 Folder 24-25 Correspondence to Washburn from Robert, 1876


Box 13 Folder 26-30 Correspondence to Washburn and Long from Robert, 1877


Box 13 Folder 31 Letter from Hamlin to his "son" (Washburn), 1862


Box 13 Folder 32 General correspondence to Washburn, 1864-1873


Box 13 Folder 33 Correspondence to his "son" and Mrs. Henrietta Washburn from Hamlin, 1868-1869


Box 13 Folder 34 Robert College Prospectus and Curriculum translated into Armenian, Bulgarian, and Greek,, 1871


Box 13 Folder 35 Correspondence to Washburn from Grosvenor, 1871-1890, 1903, 1871-1890, 1903


Box 13 Folder 36 Correspondence to his "son" and Mrs. Henrietta Washburn from Hamlin, 1873-1876


Box 13 Folder 37 General correspondence to Washburn re U.S. centennial celebration,, 1875-1876


Box 13 Folder 38 Correspondence to Washburn from Long, 1875-1879


Box 13 Folder 39 Washburn, "Copy of Agreement for Sale of Land to William Lew",, 1876


Box 13 Folder 40-41 General correspondence to Washburn, 1877-1878

(includes two long letters from Robert Thomson)


Box 13 Folder 42 Correspondence to Washburn from Stephen Panaretoff, 1877-1902


Box 13 Folder 43-46 Correspondence to Long, acting president, from Robert, 1878


Box 13 Folder 47 Correspondence to Washburn from Merriman, 1878-1879


Box 13 Folder 48 Correspondence to Washburn from Ivan Slaveikoff, 1878-1902


Box 13 Folder 49 Correspondence to Washburn from Van Millingen, 1878-1881


Box 13 Folder 50 Financial statements prepared by Washburn as president and treasurer,, 1879-1880


Box 13 Folder 51 General correspondence to Washburn, 1879-1882

(includes letters from William B. Dwight on the role of his brother (Reverend James H. Dwight) in founding the college)


Box 13 Folder 52-54 Correspondence to Washburn from Booth, 1879-1885


Box 13 Folder 55 Correspondence to Washburn from D.B. Coe, 1879, 1892-1893, 1879, 1892-1893


Box 13 Folder 56-57 Correspondence to Washburn from Long, 1880-1893


Box 13 Folder 58 Financial statements prepared by Washburn as president, 1882-1885


Box 13 Folder 59 Robert College Prospectus and Curriculum translated into Armenian, Bulgarian, and Greek, 1884, 1897, 1884, 1897



Box 14 Folder 60 General correspondence to Washburn, 1884-1888


Box 14 Folder 61-64 Correspondence to Washburn from Booth, 1887-1900


Box 14 Folder 65 Correspondence to Washburn from Van Millingen, 188-1902


Box 14 Folder 66 General correspondence to Washburn, 1899-1890

(includes an informative letter describing Dwight's relationship with the college)


Box 14 Folder 67-68 Correspondence to Washburn from Kennedy, 1890-1900


Box 14 Folder 69-71 General correspondence to Washburn, 1891-1897


Box 14 Folder 72-74 Correspondence to Washburn from Reverend Edward B. Coe, 1895-1900


Box 14 Folder 75 Correspondence to Washburn from Dodge 1895;1900-1903


Box 14 Folder 76 Correspondence to Washburn from Olivia P. Stokes 1899;1902



Box 15 Folder 77 General correspondence to Washburn, 1900-1901


Box 15 Folder 78 Correspondence to Washburn from Gates, 1900-1902


Box 15 Folder 79-80 Correspondence to Washburn from Kennedy, 1901-1902


Box 15 Folder 81-84 Correspondence to Washburn from E.B. Coe, 1901-1904


Box 15 Folder 85 Correspondence to Washburn re engagement of Friedrich W. Kunick as a German tutor,, 1902


Box 15 Folder 86 Letter to Washburn from John Hay, Secretary of State re the ransom of "Miss Stone",, 1902


Box 15 Folder 87-88 General correspondence to Washburn, 1902-1903


Box 15 Folder 89-90 Correspondence to Washburn from Gates, 1903-1904


Box 15 Folder 91 Correspondence to Washburn from Kennedy, 1903-1904


Box 15 Folder 92 General correspondence to Washburn, letters from M. Hartley Dodge and Robert Ogden,, 1905


Box 15 Folder 93-96 Correspondence to Washburn from Gates, 1905-1914


Box 15 Folder 97 Correspondence to Washburn from A.Schauffler on Washburn's resignation as treasurer of RC,, 1914


Box 15 Folder 98 Miscellaneous correspondence to Washburn, [undated]



Box 16 Folder 1 Washburn sermon; Luke 2:52, 1874


Box 16 Folder 2 Washburn sermon, 1875


Box 16 Folder 3 Washburn notebook, notes of sermons, 1876


Box 16 Folder 4 Washburn sermon, Matthew 9:9, 1877


Box 16 Folder 5 Washburn sermon, "Christ and Socrates", 1878


Box 16 Folder 6 Washburn notebook, "Spiritualism--A Lecture", 1878


Box 16 Folder 7 Washburn sermon, Second Sermon on Mr. Robert, 1878


Box 16 Folder 8 Washburn sermon, Luke 9:49-56 on Religious Liberty, 1879


Box 16 Folder 9 Washburn, Baccalaureate sermon, 1884


Box 16 Folder 10 Washburn sermon, 1884-1885


Box 16 Folder 11 Washburn sermon, "Inspiration," Minister's Club, 1885


Box 16 Folder 12 Washburn notebook, "Reflections on Religion", 1886


Box 16 Folder 13 Washburn sermon, Acts IV, 1888


Box 16 Folder 14 Washburn sermon, "Galations", 1891


Box 16 Folder 15 Washburn sermon, 1892, 1895, 1892, 1895


Box 16 Folder 16 Washburn reflections--autobiographical and Baccalaureate sermon notes, 1895;1903


Box 16 Folder 17 Washburn notebook, Baccalaureate sermon, 1899


Box 16 Folder 18 Washburn sermon, 1903


Box 16 Folder 19 Washburn notebook, Baccalaureate sermon, 1904


Box 16 Folder 20 Washburn paper delivered at Chicago entitled "The True Aim of Missionary Work", [undated]


Box 16 Folder 21 Washburn notes, "Christian Evidences", [undated]


Box 16 Folder 22 Correspondence to Washburn from his mother and wife, 1882, 1891, 1882, 1891


Box 16 Folder 23 Washburn pocket diary, 1868



Box 17 Folder 24 "Dr. Washburn's Personal Recollections", 1856-1900


Box 17 Folder 25 "Personal Recollections" (printed), 1876-1880


Box 17 Folder 26 Washburn lecture notebook; [earlier pages cut out], 1863


Box 17 Folder 27 Washburn lecture notebook, "Reason and Instinct", 1875


Box 17 Folder 28 Washburn notebook and final copy, "The Conference of Constantinople of 1876-1877 a Memorandum", [1877], 1876-1877


Box 17 Folder 29 Washburn notebook, "The Treaty of Berlin", [ca. 1878]


Box 17 Folder 30 Washburn notebook, "Bulgaria and the Bulgarians #1", 1879


Box 17 Folder 31 Washburn notebook, "Bulgaria and the Bulgarians #2", 1979


Box 17 Folder 32 Washburn lecture, "Eastern and Western Civilization", 1886


Box 17 Folder 33 Washburn lecture, "Lord Stratford at Constantinople", 1889


Box 17 Folder 34 "The Fate of the East" [Washburn?], 1891


Box 17 Folder 35 "Ancient Egypt," [Washburn?], 1898


Box 17 Folder 36 Washburn ms. of Fifty Years in Constantinople, chapters III, IV, V, [pub. 1909]


Box 17 Folder 37 Washburn ms. of Fifty Years in Constantinople, chapters VI-X, [pub. 1909]


Box 17 Folder 38 Washburn ms. of Fifty Years in Constantinople, chapters XIX-XXVI, [pub. 1909]


Box 17 Folder 39 Washburn ms. of Fifty Years in Constantinople, chapter XXVII, [pub. 1909]


Box 17 Folder 40 Washburn typescript, "The Dismemberment of Bulgaria", [ca. 1913]


Box 17 Folder 41 "Memo on the Last Balkan War and the Present Situation", 1913


Box 17 Folder 42 Washburn notebook, "Development of the Eastern Question to the Crimean War", [undated]



Box 18 Folder 43 Washburn notebook; "Observations on Russo-Turkish War and Treaty of St. Stefano",, 1877-1878


Box 18 Folder 44 Washburn typescript, "The Motive for Education", [undated]


Box 18 Folder 45 Washburn lecture notes, "The Three Revolutions and possible future of the Ottoman Empire," and "The Religious Aspects of the Revolution in Turkey", [undated]


Box 18 Folder 46 Washburn lecture notes, "The Probable Future of the Ottoman Empire", [undated]


Box 18 Folder 47 Washburn lecture, "The Genesis of Bismarck", 1883


Box 18 Folder 48 Washburn notebook, "The Russian People", 1885


Box 18 Folder 49 Washburn notebook, "Observations on the Turkish Sultanate", [undated]


Box 18 Folder 50 Washburn, Baccalaureate notes, 1887


Box 18 Folder 51 Washburn, political notes [undated]


Box 18 Folder 52 [Washburn?], "Address to the Freshman Class", [undated]


Box 18 Folder 53 Tributes to Washburn on his Retirement, 1904


Box 18 Folder 54 Washburn notebook, "Vacation, 1907", 1907


Box 18 Folder 55 Speech delivered by C. Hadji-Kaltcheff, '72 before the National Assembly on the death of Washburn,, 1915


Box 18 Folder 56 The Missionary Herald (contains an article on Washburn at the time of his death),, 1915


Box 18 Folder 57 Notice of Washburn's death in The Outlook, 1915


Box 18 Folder 58 Memorial tribute to Washburn, 1915


Box 18 Folder 59 Washburn's Memorial Exercises as described in The Orient, 1915


Box 18 Folder 60 Washburn's will, 1915, 1927, 1915, 1927


Box 18 Folder 61 Memorial tribute to Henrietta Lorrain Washburn, 1928


Box 18 Folder 62 Washburn, article entitled "A Great Benefactor of Bulgaria," by P.M. Mateev,, 1931


Subseries III.3: Caleb Gates

Caleb Frank Gates served as president of the college from 1903 to 1932. Fewer official records have survived from his presidency than LJ from his two predecessors. Some may be found in the Annual Reports of the President, and correspondence from the 1920s is included in the New York Office records.



Box 19 Folder 1-6 General correspondence to Gates, 1919-1924


Box 19 Folder 7-8 Material re educational conference held in Beirut, 1924


Box 19 Folder 9-11 General correspondence to Gates, 1925

(includes a description of trip to Ankara)


Box 19 Folder 12-14 General correspondence to Gates, 1926-1928


Box 19 Folder 15 Correspondence George Huntington/Gates, 1928


Box 19 Folder 16 Correspondence Laurence Moore/Gates, 1928


Box 19 Folder 17-18 General correspondence to Gates, 1929


Box 19 Folder 19-20 General correspondence to Gates, 1930

(includes a description of trip to Ankara)


Box 19 Folder 21 General correspondence to Gates, 1931



Box 20 Folder 22 Correspondence to Turkish officials re regulations, and taxes from Gates,, 1929-1932


Box 20 Folder 23 General correspondence to Gates, 1932


Box 20 Folder 24 Tribute from faculty of RC on retirement of Gates, 1932


Box 20 Folder 25-26 Tributes and letters to Gates upon his retirement, 1932


Box 20 Folder 27 Speeches at farewell dinner for Gates, 1932


Box 20 Folder 28 Tributes to Gates, 1930s


Box 20 Folder 29 Gates, lectures [undated]


Box 20 Folder 30 Gates, college addresses, miscellaneous remarks, 1921-1925


Box 20 Folder 31-41 Gates, Baccalaureate sermons, 1904-1932


Box 20 Folder 42 Correspondence re recognition of RC by Greece, 1897-1937


Box 20 Folder 43 Correspondence re recognition of Engineering School by Bulgarian Government,, 1923-1933


Box 20 Folder 44 Correspondence re recognition of RC in France, 1925-1933


Box 20 Folder 45 Correspondence re recognition of Engineering School by Turkish Government (recognized as a "technicum" but not granted full status),, 1928-1933


Box 20 Folder 46 Correspondence re recognition of RC and Engineering School by Albania,, 1928-1932


Box 20 Folder 47 Correspondence re recognition of RC by Rumania, 1929-1934


Box 20 Folder 48 Correspondence re recognition of RC professors as members of the American Association of University Professors,, 1931-1932


Box 20 Folder 49 Correspondence re recognition of RC by Switzerland, 1932


Box 20 Folder 50 Correspondence re recognition of RC by Italy, 1933



Box 21 Folder 1 Letters to family from Germany and Turkey, 1880-1882


Box 21 Folder 2-3 Letters to family from the interior of Turkey, 1882-1885


Box 21 Folder 4-6 Letters to family and others from Mardin, Turkey, 1886-1890


Box 21 Folder 7-8 Letters from Mardin and Harpoot, Turkey, 1891-1901


Box 21 Folder 9-10 "Letters selected by Mrs. [Mary Ellen] Gates and kept by her", 1896-1929


Box 21 Folder 11 Letters to his brother (Herbert) and family, 1902-1905


Box 21 Folder 12 Mary Ellen Gates's correspondence to her son, 1906-1907


Box 21 Folder 13 Letters to his wife and children, 1909-1926


Box 21 Folder 14-15 Letters to his sons during World War I, 1913-1916


Box 21 Folder 16 Excerpts from Gates's letters to his son, 1914-1922

Folder missing as of July 14, 2022


Box 21 Folder 17 "Education from the Student's Standpoint", 1917


Box 21 Folder 18 RC: wartime and postwar journal, 1914-1928


Box 21 Folder 19 "Education in the Near East", 1919


Box 21 Folder 20 "Saving Armenia", 1920


Box 21 Folder 21 "Reconstruction in the Near East", 1920


Box 21 Folder 22 General writings on post-war reconstruction, 1920s


Box 21 Folder 23 "The Educational Future of the Near East", 1920


Box 21 Folder 24 A description of visit by Gates to the Caliph, 1923


Box 21 Folder 25 Excerpts from diaries of C. Gates, Jr. and Mrs. Mary Ellen Gates, 1924


Box 21 Folder 26 Letters from Jerusalem and Beirut conferences, 1924


Box 21 Folder 27 Description of trip to Jerusalem and Beirut for conferences, 1924


Box 21 Folder 28 Essay on RC with photographs, 1921, 1925

(photographs not in file)


Box 21 Folder 29 General writings on education, [1925]


Box 21 Folder 30 "The Usefulness of Education to the Individual and to the State", [1925]


Box 21 Folder 31 Articles on Turks under the Republic, 1926-1930

(typescript)


Box 21 Folder 32 "The New Turkish Nationalism", 1927

(photocopy)


Box 21 Folder 33 Address delivered by Gates titled "The Independence Day of the Republic of Turkey",, 1928



Box 22 Folder 1 Correspondence to Lynn Scipio from Gates, 1932


Box 22 Folder 2-7 General correspondence Gates, 1932-1934


Box 22 Folder 8-9 Correspondence Scipio/Gates, 1933-1941


Box 22 Folder 10-16 General correspondence Gates, 1934-1941


Box 22 Folder 17 Hagopian Fund, 1930s


Box 22 Folder 18 Hagopian Legacy, 1938-1940


Box 22 Folder 19-22 General correspondence Gates, 1943-1945


Box 22 Folder 23 Miscellaneous correspondence Gates, [no date]


Box 22 Folder 24 Memorial tributes to Caleb Gates, 1946



Box 23 Folder 25 "Friendly Religion" and "Language and World Unity", 1929, 1930, 1929, 1930


Box 23 Folder 26 "The Balkan Conference", 1931


Box 23 Folder 27 "The Reading of the Koran in Turkish", 1932


Box 23 Folder 28 "The Turkish Caliphate", [undated]


Box 23 Folder 29 Copies of The Presbyterian with articles by Gates, 1940-1941


Box 23 Folder 30-32 Short essays for articles, 1940s


Box 23 Folder 33 Political observations, miscellaneous, 1940s


Box 23 Folder 34 Published and unpublished writings, 1940s


Box 23 Folder 35 World War II notes, 1939


Box 23 Folder 36-41 Sermons, 1904-1920s


Subseries III.4: Monroe, Wright, Black, Ballantine

Paul Monroe (president from 1932-1935) ; Walter Wright (president from 1935 to 1943); Floyd H. Black (president from 1944-1955); Dunan Ballantine (president from 1955-1961).



Box 24 Folder 1 General correspondence Monroe, 1932-1935


Box 24 Folder 2 Correspondence Walter H. Wright/Elias Riggs/ W.T. Van Dyck, 1935-, 1939


Box 24 Folder 3 Correspondence to Huntington from Wright, 1935-1939


Box 24 Folder 4 Correspondence to Wright from George Huntington, 1936-1939


Box 24 Folder 5 Correspondence to Wright from Black, 1936-1942

(carbons)


Box 24 Folder 6 Correspondence to Black from Wright, 1936-1942


Box 24 Folder 7-8 Correspondence Wright/Gates/ Larwence Moore/Allin Dakin (bursar),, 1937-1939


Box 24 Folder 9 Correspondence to Wright from Moore Gates, 1938-1939


Box 24 Folder 10 Correspondence Wright/Ambassador John V.A. MacMurray/Professor E.W. Kemmerer,, 1938-1943


Box 24 Folder 11 Correspondence Wright/Schieffelin, 1939-1940


Box 24 Folder 12 Correspondence to Sherlock Hibbs, Stephen Duggan, and Dean Collins Bliss from Wright,, 1940


Box 24 Folder 13 Wartime travel, general descriptions, 1940-1943

(includes a description of flight from Turkey to NY)


Box 24 Folder 14 Correspondence re wartime travel and hiring teachers, 1940-1943

(includes letters from U.S. government officials)


Box 24 Folder 15 Wright's notes, general correspondence, 1941-1943


Box 24 Folder 16 Correspondence to Henry Sloane Coffin from Wright, 1942-1943


Box 24 Folder 17 "Observations on American Turkish Relations," Wright, 1943


Box 24 Folder 18-19 Memorial services for Wright, 1949


Box 24 Folder 20 Correspondence to Black from Wright, 1944-1946


Box 24 Folder 21 Correspondence to Wright from Black, 1944-1946


Box 24 Folder 22 Correspondence to Black from Eleanor Burns, 1945


Box 24 Folder 23 Correspondence to Black from Wright, 1947-1948


Box 24 Folder 24 Correspondence to Wright from Black, 1947-1949


Box 24 Folder 25 RC general, includes memos on development campaign, funding from U.S. government and drafts of revised constitution,, 1947-1948


Box 24 Folder 20 RC general, 1948


Box 24 Folder 21 "Perspectives for the Future", 1954-1955


Box 24 Folder 22-23 General correspondence Ballantine, 1955-1958


Subseries III.5: Annual Reports

The annual reports chart the building of Robert College, both in the physical and institutional sense. These early reports have something of the "pioneer" spirit to them, as the staff and students try, as one report says, "to make ends meet." Often, this involves the simple yet elusive goal of self-sufficiency. The most common themes in these annual reports are the erection of buildings, the application for the irade, and the recruitment of students. By 1874 Washburn, under the report's section entitled "General Influence of the College in the Empire" (Folder 8) felt secure enough to claim, not without some hyperbole, that RC was so well established as to be "known and talked about even in the most remote villages of the Balkans and in every town in Asia Minor."



Box 25 Folder 1-6 Annual Report, 1866-1872 [combined, 1870-1871], 1866-1872


Box 25 Folder 7 Report of the Director, 1873


Box 25 Folder 8-15 Annual Report, 1874-1882



Box 26 Folder 16-22 Annual Report, 1883-1889 [in letter form, 1888], 1883-1889


Box 26 Folder 23 Supplementary report submitted by George Washburn, 1890


Box 26 Folder 24-33 Annual Report, 1890-1910



Box 27 Folder 34-43 Annual Reports, 1911-1940



Box 28 Folder 44-45 Annual Reports, 1941-1943


Box 28 Folder 46 Financial Report, 1943


Box 28 Folder 47-48 Annual Reports, 1944-1945


Box 28 Folder 49 Reports to the trustees from Black, 1946


Box 28 Folder 50 Annual Report, 1947


Box 28 Folder 51 Statement concerning the financial needs of the American colleges in Turkey,, 1947


Box 28 Folder 52-59 Annual Report, 1950-1958


Box 28 Folder 60 Ballantine report on the status of American colleges in Turkey,, 1960


Box 28 Folder 61 Annual Report, 1960


Box 28 Folder 62 Ballantine final report to the board, 1963

Series IV: Records of the Vice President, George H. Huntington

There are eight folders of records of George H. Huntington (Box 29) comprising general correspondence and spanning the period 1927-1952 (not inclusive). Until 1933 he served as vice president and at LJ times as acting president. After that year he resided in the U.S. and was treated for paralysis of the legs. Some of his letters are datelined Warm Springs, Georgia.



Box 29 Folder 1-8 General Correspondence, 1927-1952


Box 29 Folder 9 Huntington passport, 1910

Series V: Records of the Dean


Subseries V.1: Edgar Fisher


Box 29 Folder 10-11 Correspondence Gates/Fisher, 1924


Box 29 Folder 12 Correspondence to Fisher from Gates, 1928


Box 29 Folder 13 Correspondence Albert Staub/Fisher, 1927-1929


Box 29 Folder 14 Correspondence to Fisher from Huntington, 1928-1932


Box 29 Folder 15 General correspondence, 1930-1932


Box 29 Folder 16 Correspondence Staub/Fisher/Helen Deering, 1920


Box 29 Folder 17 Correspondence Fisher/Staub/Deering/Moore, 1931-1933


Box 29 Folder 18 Correspondence Fisher/Monroe/college officials, 1933-1934


Box 29 Folder 19 Correspondence re Fisher, 1933


Box 29 Folder 20 Correspondence re Fisher (written in Turkish), 1933


Box 29 Folder 21 "History Outline," circular letter, copies of clippings, 1932-1933


Box 29 Folder 22 Addresses on Near East political situation given by Fisher, 1933


Subseries V.2: Laurence S. Moore

While serving as dean, Moore was designated acting president during Monroe's absence from the campus for several months at a time.


Box 29 Folder 23-25 General correspondence, 1927-1935


Subseries V.3: Harold Scott

The dean was occupied with many administrative matters including teaching appointments, housing for faculty, salaries, and textbooks. Dean Harold Scott's records reflect these duties. But there is also a considerable amount of correspondence with friends and former colleagues that provides information about the college and Robert Academy, as well as comments on the Near East.

Scott corresponded with Floyd Henson Black while Black served as president of the American College in Sofia during the 1930s. During J. Black's presidency of Robert College (1944-1955) they corresponded while the latter traveled to the U.S. to recruit faculty and raise funds.

Scott also continued to correspond with George Huntington following the latter's retirement. Huntington reported extensively on the activities of faculty and alumni in the U.S. The Huntington home often served as "home base" for visitors from Turkey.

With the corning of World War II, Scott's correspondence conveys the problems facing college administrators during the war years. Scott remained in Turkey until the 1950s and was active in college affairs until his death in 1958.



Box 30 Folder 1 Correspondence to Black from Scott, 1923-1936, 1941-1942, 1923-1936, 1941-1942


Box 30 Folder 2 Correspondence to Scott from Black, 1929-1942


Box 30 Folder 3 Correspondence to Black from Scott, 1945-1955


Box 30 Folder 4-5 Correspondence to Scott from Black, 1948-1955


Box 30 Folder 6 "A Trip to Beirut", 1948

(account of Scott's trip to inauguration of Stephen Penrose as President of the American University of Beirut)


Box 30 Folder 7 Correspondence to Scott from Huntington, 1922-1933


Box 30 Folder 8 Correspondence to Huntington from Scott, 1929, 1933-1940, 1929, 1933-1940


Box 30 Folder 9 Correspondence to Scott from Huntington, 1935-1948


Box 30 Folder 10 Correspondence to Huntington from Scott, 1941-1948, 1951, 1941-1948, 1951


Box 30 Folder 11-22 General correspondence, 1922-1936


Box 30 Folder 23 Lecture notes, [1925]

(probably prepared at Columbia University)



Box 31 Folder 24-38 General correspondence, 1937-1957


Box 31 Folder 39 Memorial eulogy; miscellaneous correspondence, 1939-1962


Subseries V.4: Harold Hazen

This subseries contains Hazen's general correspondence, principally to RC administrators and trustees.


Box 31 Folder 40 Correspondence to Ballantine from Hazen, 1955-1967


Box 31 Folder 41 Correspondence to Hazen from Ballantine, 1955-1959


Box 31 Folder 42 Correspondence re Acting President position for Hazen, 1961


Box 31 Folder 43 Correspondence to Hazen from Marjorie Hyde Bond, 1961

Series VI: Records of the Faculty

Those faculty records that have been preserved constitute only a small fraction of what was generated by the teaching staff. There are a few nineteenth-century contracts, committee reports and two lists of faculty: one titled "American Teachers at Robert College, 1863-1950"; the second titled "Alphabetical List of Former American Teachers" (1953).

Some additional materials may be found among the Dean's records.



Box 32 Folder 1 List of "American Teachers at Robert College", 1863-1850


Box 32 Folder 2 Correspondence to Reverend Ino Paine, Jr. from Hamlin re teaching position,, 1867


Box 32 Folder 3 Contracts of employment, 1867, 1877, 1867, 1877


Box 32 Folder 4 Correspondence to Wilcox from Robert, 1867-1868


Box 32 Folder 5 Correspondence to Paine from North, 1869


Box 32 Folder 6 Agreement between Robert and Lansing Porter (tutor), 1878


Box 32 Folder 7 General correspondence to Van Millingen, 1878-1879


Box 32 Folder 8 List of examinations, 1880


Box 32 Folder 9 Prospectus of RC, tabular view of classes, chart of studies at RC,, 1870s-1882


Box 32 Folder 10 "A Report of the Special Committee on the Question of Discipline",, 1909


Box 32 Folder 11 Adjustment of schedules, 1929


Box 32 Folder 12 Correspondence to Alfred Zimmern re studies at The Geneva School of International Studies,, 1929-1936


Box 32 Folder 13 Faculty, miscellaneous, 1930


Box 32 Folder 14 Religious Life Committee, prayer meetings, 1930-1931


Box 32 Folder 15 Reports of Scholarship and Discipline Committees, 1931-1935


Box 32 Folder 16 Military Studies, 1936-1939


Box 32 Folder 17 RC Handbook, "Information and Suggestions for Instructors in Robert College", [undated]


Box 32 Folder 18 Correspondence to Laurens Seelye from Black, 1945


Box 32 Folder 19 List of former American teachers, 1953


Box 32 Folder 20 Memorial service for Frank Hewitt, 1957


Box 32 Folder 21 Memorial resolution for Lewis V. Thomas, 1965

Series VII: Records of the Students

While fragmentary, this series contains lists of students by nationality and age covering the period 1882-1890. There are programs of special events, a student handbook of rules and regulations from 1914, and other items of interest. See also student publications, Box 49.


Box 32 Folder 22 Programme of the Annual Examinations, 1877


Box 32 Folder 23 Programmes of Class Exhibitions, 1877-1879


Box 32 Folder 24-26 Catalogue of students, lists by name, nationality, and age, 1882 1884- 1886, 1889, 1882, 1886, 1889


Box 32 Folder 27 Notice of fee increase, 1908


Box 32 Folder 28 "Rules and Regulations for the Students of RC", 1914


Box 32 Folder 29 Notes on "Dr. Eddy's" address, 1920


Box 32 Folder 30 Commencement Exercise Programs of Robert Academy, 1920-1931


Box 32 Folder 31 Programs of special events, 1924-1928


Box 32 Folder 32 Essays written for Peace Day Essay Contest, 1927-1929


Box 32 Folder 33 Commencement Exercise Programs, 1920s-1940s


Box 32 Folder 34 "Suggestions to Students on Manners" (Robert Academy), 1935


Box 32 Folder 35 Athletics, John J. Karakash, 1935

Series VIII: Records of the Alumni

The five folders of alumni records include lists of graduates of the College of Arts and Science organized by year and by nationality group. There is also a list with biographical data titled "Some Distinguished Graduates of Robert College" dated 1950. For additional materials see alumni publications, Boxes 49-50


Box 32 Folder 36 Bulgarians prominent in government circles, 1880s

(with 1800s dates of graduation from RC)


Box 32 Folder 37 List of graduates by nationality, 1863-1930


Box 32 Folder 38 Alumni Register of Robert College, 1912-1913


Box 32 Folder 39 List of graduates by nationality and year, 1921


Box 32 Folder 40 Alumni Register of Robert College, 1931


Box 32 Folder 41 "Some Distinguished Graduates of RC and Some Prominent Alumnae of ACG",, 1950

Series IX: Office of the Trustees, New York

n 1920 a single business office was established for three of the independent Near East Colleges College. The office supervised the procurement of the colleges. Under the direction of Albert in New York City including Robert of supplies for all Staub the New York B LI\., Office coordinated efforts to raise funds so as to liquidate debts incurred during World War I and to provide adequate operating funds for the postwar years. In 1927 the New York Office was formally constituted as the Near East College Association.

The records of this office date from 1923 and serve to document the close link between Robert College administrators in Istanbul and 0 their supporters and benefactors in the united States. It has since I functioned as the Office of the Trustees.

The presidents and deans of the college wrote regularly to Albert Staub, reporting on developments at the college, enrollments, the need for new faculty, budgetary matters, and requirements for supplies necessary for the functioning of the college.

The profound changes that took place in Turkey during the 1920s had their effect on the college. On the one hand, the government under Ataturk took an ever increasing responsibility for educating the nation's youth. On the other hand, Turkish leaders became increasingly wary of foreign influences on Turkish society.

Fortunately, RC was a well-established institution that had a long LJ history of cooperation with Turkish authorities. In particular, the RC school of Engineering became an increasingly important place for training Turkish young men who would playa large role in the process of modernization. In 1928 the government granted graduates of Robert College the right to practice as engineers, and the following year the engineering school received official recognition from Turkish authorities.

Most of the correspondence is concerned with the day-to-day operation of the college and the always present problems of fund-raising; there is also, however, a sprinkling of commentary on political developments in Turkey as well as current issues in the United States. In particular, the U.S. Senate's consideration of the Lausanne Treaty was followed with great interest. Another subject of importance is President Gates's emphasis on the relationship between religious instruction and character building.

With the onset of the great depression in the 1930s, the college was forced into financial retrenchment and the presidency of Paul Monroe, who served from 1932-1935, was preoccupied with economic problems. His successor Walter Wright was concerned as well, about the increase in taxes enacted by the Turkish government. Wright also sees a more positive trend in the quality of new students and the fact that families of "political prominence" were beginning to enroll their children in the college.

By the late 1930s, with war clouds gathering, the Turkish government demonstrated a desire to improve relations with the democratic nations, particularly the united States. One expression of was the action taken by the government in exempting from the Buildings Tax (March 23, 1939). this the World War II compelled a number of faculty members to leave for military service and the College had to operate with a much reduced staff. The problems of operating an American educational institution in the Near East during wartime are well detailed in the letters of Walter Wright, Harold Scott (acting president), and Wright's successor Floyd Black. Scott, for example, enthuses about the arrival of "much needed reinforcements" in the form of five new instructors. are ready to "Their spirit cooperate in is splendid every possible and it is manner" obvious (January that they 21, 1944).



Box 33 Folder 1-8 Correspondence Huntington/Staub, 1923-1933


Box 33 Folder 9 Correspondence Scott/W.A. Robinson, assistant treasurer, 1938-1942


Box 33 Folder 10-11 Correspondence to Staub from Gates, 1924


Box 33 Folder 12 Correspondence to Black from Staub, 1924


Box 33 Folder 13-14 Correspondence to Gates from Staub, 1924


Box 33 Folder 15-16 Correspondence to Staub from Gates, 1925


Box 33 Folder 17 Correspondence to Gates from Staub, 1925



Box 34 Folder 18 Correspondence to Staub from Gates, 1926


Box 34 Folder 19 Correspondence to Gates from Staub, 1926


Box 34 Folder 20 Correspondence Staub/Henry Schauff1er, acting president, 1927


Box 34 Folder 21-22 Correspondence to Staub from Gates, 1927


Box 34 Folder 23-25 Correspondence to Gates from Staub, 1927-1928


Box 34 Folder 26-29 Correspondence to Staub from Gates, 1928-1929



Box 35 Folder 30-32 Correspondence to Gates from Staub, 1929-1930


Box 35 Folder 33-35 Correspondence to Staub from Gates, Moore, 1930-1931


Box 35 Folder 36-37 Correspondence to Gates from Staub, 1931


Box 35 Folder 38 Correspondence Monroe/Staub, 1932


Box 35 Folder 39-40 Correspondence to Staub from Monroe, Gates, Lynn Scipio, and Huntington,, 1932-1933


Box 35 Folder 41-42 Correspondence to Monroe from Staub, 1933


Box 35 Folder 43 Correspondence Staub/Monroe, 1933


Box 35 Folder 44 Correspondence to Staub from Monroe, 1934



Box 36 Folder 45 Correspondence to Monroe from Staub, 1934


Box 36 Folder 46 Correspondence to Staub from Monroe, 1935


Box 36 Folder 47 Correspondence to Monroe from Staub, 1935


Box 36 Folder 48-52 Correspondence Staub/Wright, 1935-1936


Box 36 Folder 53-54 Correspondence to Staub from Wright, 1937


Box 36 Folder 55 Correspondence to Wright from Staub, 1937


Box 36 Folder 56-57 Correspondence Staub/Wright, 1937-1938



Box 37 Folder 58-59 Correspondence to Wright from Staub, 1938


Box 37 Folder 60-61 Correspondence to Staub from Wright, 1938-1939


Box 37 Folder 62 Correspondence to Staub from Wright and Scott, acting president, 1939


Box 37 Folder 63-64 Correspondence to Wright from Staub, 1939


Box 37 Folder 65-66 Correspondence to Staub from Wright, 1940


Box 37 Folder 67-68 Correspondence to Wright from Staub, 1940-1941


Box 37 Folder 69 Correspondence to Staub from Wright, 1941


Box 37 Folder 70 Correspondence to Staub from Wright and Scott, 1941



Box 38 Folder 71-71 Correspondence to Staub from Wright and Scott, 1942


Box 38 Folder 73 Correspondence to Wright and Scott from Staub, 1942


Box 38 Folder 74 Correspondence to Staub from Wright in Washington, D.C., as Coordinator of Information,, 1941-1942


Box 38 Folder 74-76 Correspondence to Staub from Wright, 1943


Box 38 Folder 77 Correspondence to Wright and Scott from Staub, 1943


Box 38 Folder 78-79 Correspondence to Staub from Scott, acting president, 1943-1944


Box 38 Folder 80 Correspondence to Scott from Staub, 1944


Box 38 Folder 81-82 Correspondence to Staub from Wright, 1944


Box 38 Folder 83 Correspondence to Wright from Staub, 1944



Box 39 Folder 84 Correspondence to Staub from Black, 1944


Box 39 Folder 85 Correspondence to Black from Staub, 1944


Box 39 Folder 86 Correspondence Black/Staub, 1945


Box 39 Folder 87-88 Correspondence to Staub from Black, 1945


Box 39 Folder 89 Report of Dr. James L. Barton's visit to the State Department, 1923


Box 39 Folder 90-94 Correspondence Staub/Coffin, 1929-1954


Box 39 Folder 95 Correspondence Staub/Huntington, 1930


Box 39 Folder 96-97 Correspondence Staub/Huntington, 1935;1938


Box 39 Folder 98 Correspondence to Black from Staub, 1945


Box 39 Folder 99 Correspondence to Staub and Harry R. Snyder from Black, 1946


Box 39 Folder 100-101 Correspondence to Staub and Snyder from Black, 1946


Box 39 Folder 102-103 Correspondence to Black from Staub and staff, 1947


Box 39 Folder 104-107 Correspondence to Staub from Black, 1947-1948


Box 39 Folder 108-109 Fisher and William Patton (director of NECA) to Black, 1948


Box 39 Folder 110 Proposed Point IV Request for ACG submitted by Robert Hardy, 1951



Box 40 Folder 1 Duncan Ballantine, biography and terms of appointment, 1954-1961


Box 40 Folder 2 Ballantine file, terms of appointment, benefits and resignation, 1955-, 1961


Box 40 Folder 3 "Assessment of Operational Needs," memo prepared by Ballantine, 1957


Box 40 Folder 4 Ballantine, 10-year plan, 1958-1961


Box 40 Folder 5 Ballantine, speeches and articles, 1959


Box 40 Folder 6 Correspondence Ballantine/Fred Grinnell, assistant to chairman of the Board of Trustees,, 1958


Box 40 Folder 7-10 General correspondence, Ballantine, 1958-1960


Box 40 Folder 11 Ballantine, report re student demonstrations, 1960


Box 40 Folder 12 Correspondence re appointment of Cornelius Bull, 1959-1960


Box 40 Folder 13 Correspondence re candidates for assistant to the president, 1960


Box 40 Folder 14 Press release re appointment of Harold Hazen, 1961


Box 40 Folder 15 Hazen, correspondence, news release, 1961


Box 40 Folder 16 General correspondence Hazen, 1961-1962


Box 40 Folder 17-18 Patrick Malin, biography and terms of appointment, 1961-1962


Box 40 Folder 19 Correspondence re appointment of Malin, 1961


Box 40 Folder 20 Malin, financial memo to the trustees, 1962-1964


Box 40 Folder 21-23 Malin, general correspondence to NY Office, 1962-1964


Box 40 Folder 24 Correspondence and memos re appointment of Orhan Mersinli as Turkish vice president of RC,, 1962-1953



Box 41 Folder 25-26 Correspondence with Margaret Bloomer, secretary to President Malin,, 1962-1965


Box 41 Folder 27-28 Correspondence with Mrs. Caroline Malin, 1961-1965


Box 41 Folder 29-33 Correspondence with Howard Hall, vice president, 1961-1964


Box 41 Folder 34 Ford Foundation: Hazen, report on RC Engineering School, 1955


Box 41 Folder 35 Ford Foundation: Ballantine, "Summary of Development Program for ACG and RC",, 1956


Box 41 Folder 36 Ford Foundation: Carter Davison, report on RC and ACG, 1957


Box 41 Folder 37 Ford Foundation: Ballantine memo re RC Development Program, 1957



Box 42 Folder 1 "Secondary Education in Turkey, Observation, Problems, and Recommendations," by John J. Rufi,, 1952


Box 42 Folder 2 Report on ACG by Rosemary Park, 1955


Box 42 Folder 3 Proposals to the Ford Foundation, 1956


Box 42 Folder 4 A Fund Raising Report and Recommendations by Kersting, Brown & Company Inc.,, 1957


Box 42 Folder 5 A Report to the Ford Foundation by Carter Davidson and Paul A. Dodd,, 1957


Box 42 Folder 6 A Proposal to the Olin Foundation re A Graduate Engineering Building at RC,, 1959


Box 42 Folder 7 Teaching English at RC and ACG by Jane Carey, 1959


Box 42 Folder 8 Proposed development of the RC School of Business, Administration and Economics; other reports,, 1959


Box 42 Folder 9 Report on the American Hospital of Istanbul by Dr. Rolf Lium, 1959


Box 42 Folder 10 Interim Report on Second Century Fund Activities by Goldthwaite Dorr and Jane Page,, 1959


Box 42 Folder 11 Re consolidation of RC and ACG by Alfred Odgen, 1959


Box 42 Folder 12 "The Role of RC in Turkey's Economic Life" by Peter G. Franck, 1960


Box 42 Folder 13 Report of the Turkish National Commission on Education, 1961


Box 42 Folder 14 RC Research Center, Proposed Constitution, 1961


Box 42 Folder 15 Management Survey by Cresap, McCormick and Paget, 1962


Box 42 Folder 16 Report to U.S. Department of State on RC and ACG by Carl M. Franklin,, 1963



Box 43 Folder 17 Peace Corps Contracting Manual, 1961


Box 43 Folder 18-19 Peace Corps Training Program, 1963


Box 43 Folder 20-21 Correspondence, statements, memoranda re U.S. government funds, 1956-1958


Box 43 Folder 22 Correspondence, statements, memoranda re U.S. government funds, 1959


Box 43 Folder 23 U.S. Government, Atomic Energy Commission, guide to grants, 1958-, 1959


Box 43 Folder 24 Correspondence Air Force-Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Department re surplus laboratory equipment,, 1961


Box 43 Folder 25 Correspondence with U.S government agencies (A.I.D.) re grants, 1960


Box 43 Folder 26 General correspondence, A.I.D., 1962-1963


Box 43 Folder 27 U.S. Government reports, Washington, D.C., visits, 1960-1963


Box 43 Folder 28 Correspondence with government agencies re grants, 1961-1964


Box 43 Folder 29 U.S. Government surplus properties, 1963-1964


Box 43 Folder 30 Summary, U.S. Government grants to RC and ACG, 1964


Box 43 Folder 31 A.I.D., personnel biographical data, 1962


Box 43 Folder 32 U.S. Government, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, statement on,, 1960


Box 43 Folder 33 Correspondence with the Subcommittee for the Department of State and Justice and the Judiciary,, 1960



Box 44 Folder 34 U.S. Government, Mutual Security Act, 1960


Box 44 Folder 35 U.S. Government, reports on Ankara visit, 1961-1962


Box 44 Folder 36 U.S. Government, President's Directive on U.S. Balance of Payments,, 1962


Box 44 Folder 37 U.S. Government grants, Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research


Box 44 Folder 38 Bond re Washington aid, 1961


Box 44 Folder 39 U.S. Government, "Profiles," correspondence, 1962


Box 44 Folder 40 U.S. Government, "Profiles," worksheets, 1962


Box 44 Folder 41 A.I.D.: summary presentation, 1962


Box 44 Folder 42 Summary, U.S. Government grants to RC and ACG, 1962-1963


Box 44 Folder 43 Summary, U.S. Government grants to RC and ACG, 1963


Box 44 Folder 44 U.S. Government grants, Reallocation of funds, 1963


Box 44 Folder 45 Congressional Hearing Information, 1963

Series X: Financial Records

This series spans the years from the 1860s to the 1940s. A sizable portion of the early records concern the expenses of constructing buildings on the Bebek campus. There are financial statements for the 1870s prepared by George Washburn in his capacity as treasurer and an 1899 list of securities held by the trustees on behalf of the College. In many instances there is correspondence that refers to financial matters.

As the College grew the records became more elaborate, encompassing such subjects as beneficiary funds, procedures for aiding needy students and financing operations under the stringencies imposed by World Wars I and II. There is an incomplete series of minutes of the finance committee of the trustees for the early 1930s and early 1940s.

Relations between the College and the Turkish government became strained during the 1930s with the enactment of the Minimum Profits Tax. This law treated colleges as though they were commercial enterprises and thus was a source of concern to RC administrators. There are extensive reports of conferences with tax officials over the application of the tax to educational institutions. Much of the correspondence in this series relates to the availability of supplies and the cost of transporting them to Turkey from the United States.

There are several printed pamphlets and broadsides designed for fundraising that describe the College, provide some historical background and discuss the institution's financial needs in order fulfill its mission. These materials range in date from 1873 to 1919.



Box 45 Folder 1-4 Financial statements and invoices, 1860s-1890s


Box 45 Folder 5 Financial, miscellaneous, [undated]


Box 45 Folder 6 Washburn bank book, 1869-1876


Box 45 Folder 7-8 Financial statements prepared by Washburn, treasurer, 1871-1872


Box 45 Folder 9 Edward Ede to Washburn, itemized account, 1874-1877


Box 45 Folder 10 Financial statements and correspondence re Washburn, 1886-1889


Box 45 Folder 11 Financial statements of the president and trustees, 1897-1898


Box 45 Folder 12 Securities held by the trustees, 1899


Box 45 Folder 13-14 Financial documents, miscellaneous, 1800s


Box 45 Folder 15-16 Construction of buildings, financial statements, 1904-1907


Box 45 Folder 17 Correspondence to Gates from A.D.Hamlin re construction of buildings,, 1910



Box 46 Folder 18-20 Finance Committee Minutes, 1932-1942


Box 46 Folder 21-23 Correspondence pertaining to Beneficiary Funds, 1880-1933


Box 46 Folder 24 Correspondence to Wright re investments, sale of property, 1939-1942

(includes letters from Schieffelin)


Box 46 Folder 25 Correspondence from Wright to Trustees re financial situation of the college,, 1939-1943


Box 46 Folder 26 Correspondence re buildings and Minimum Profits Tax, 1931-1936


Box 46 Folder 27-28 Correspondence re the Minimum Profits Tax, 1935-1944


Box 46 Folder 29 War claims and shipments during World War I, 1914-1921


Box 46 Folder 30 Report on construction at RC for 1913-1914 and Report of the Boarding Department, 1914, 1913-1914, 1914


Box 46 Folder 31 Report of the Boarding Department Memo re gifts tax, 1930



Box 47 Folder 32 Treasurer's Reports, Samuel Anderson, 1913-1914


Box 47 Folder 33 Correspondence Washburn/Anderson, 1913-1914


Box 47 Folder 34 Correspondence to Anderson from A.T. Schauffler, 1915


Box 47 Folder 35 Correspondence to Schauffler from Anderson, 1915


Box 47 Folder 36 Correspondence to Anderson from Staub, 1919


Box 47 Folder 37 Correspondence to Anderson from Gates, 1920


Box 47 Folder 38 Correspondence to Gates from Anderson, 1920


Box 47 Folder 39 Correspondence to Anderson from Staub, 1920-1921


Box 47 Folder 40 Budget from Finance Committee, 1920


Box 47 Folder 41-43 Correspondence Anderson/Cleveland Dodge, 1914-1919


Box 47 Folder 44 Dodge, financial statements, 1917-1919


Box 47 Folder 45-46 Annual Reports of the Bursar, 1918-1941


Box 47 Folder 47 Correspondence to Staub from Herman Kreider, 1943


Box 47 Folder 48 Correspondence Black/Kreider, 1946-1948


Box 47 Folder 49-51 Correspondence from Kreider to the NY Office, 1942-1948

Series XI: Official College Events

These records include Founders Day addresses, commencement addresses, the dedication of Henrietta Washburn Hall, and musical programs. Included in the speeches are tributes to Cyrus Hamlin, Cleveland Dodge and Caleb Gates. They span the years from the 1860s to the 1950s, though there are many gaps.



Box 48 Folder 1 "Laying of the Cornerstone of Robert College", 1869


Box 48 Folder 2 Annual Examinations, 1868-1970s


Box 48 Folder 3 Founder's Day Address, "How Robert College Came Founded," by Van Millingen,, 1909


Box 48 Folder 4 Founder's Day Address, "Commemorative Exercises: Centennial of the Birth of Cyrus Hamlin," by Gates,, 1911


Box 48 Folder 5-7 Founder's Day Address by Gates, 1918-1926


Box 48 Folder 8 Founder's Day Address, "In Memory of Cleveland Dodge," by Gates, 1927


Box 48 Folder 9-11 Founder's Day Address by Gates, 1929-1932


Box 48 Folder 12 Founder's Day Address, "Tribute to Dr. H.H. Barnum, 1937


Box 48 Folder 13 Founder's Day, letter from Gates, 1946


Box 48 Folder 14 RC Commencement Addresses, 1943, 1948, 1952, 1943, 1948, 1952


Box 48 Folder 15 Dedication of Henrietta Washburn Hall, 1914


Box 48 Folder 16-17 RC Vacation Musicales and Services, 1917


Fundraising: Reports and Brochure:s


Box 48 Folder 18 "Robert College of Constantinople", 1873


Box 48 Folder 19 "Statements in Regard to Robert College", 1873


Box 48 Folder 20 "Shall Robert College be Sustained," "Why Should I Interest Myself in RC", [1878]


Box 48 Folder 21 Letter addressed to faculty on financial needs of RC (George Washburn),, 1880s


Box 48 Folder 22 "The Origin and History of Robert College", 1881


Box 48 Folder 23 "Robert College of Constantinople: 1863-1890"


Box 48 Folder 24 "Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey"


Box 48 Folder 25 "Robert College, its Work and its Needs"


Box 48 Folder 26 "Address of Rev. Gates to the Trustees"


Box 48 Folder 27 "The Story of Robert College at Constantinople"


Box 48 Folder 28 "Robert College at the End of the War"


Box 48 Folder 29 "What Robert College Needs"

Series XII: Publications

Brief runs of student publications as well as alumni publications comprise the major portion of this series. There are also magazines and newsletters of the Near East College Association. The earliest is dated 1916 while Bosphorus was published in the 1960s and afterwards. Several have rather brief runs. In addition, are the student yearbooks of Robert College, the Record, beginning with 1919, though there are some gaps.



Box 49 Folder 1-2 The Robert College Record , 1919-1923


Box 49 Folder 3-5 The Robert College Herald , 1930-1933


Box 49 Folder 6-9 Istanbul American Colleges, Alumni Bulletin, 1953-1955, 1957-1962, 1964-1968, 1953-1955, 1957-1962, 1964-1968

TheAlumni Bulletincontinues asRobert College: Alumni Magazine, 1968-1978.


Box 49 The Alumni Bulletin continues as Robert College: Alumni Magazine, 1968-1978

Descriptive articles about ACG during wartime years.


Box 49 Constantinople College News, 1916-1920., 1916-1920

Descriptive articles about ACG during wartime years.


Box 49 Constantinople College News Notes, 1924-1928., 1924-1928


Box 49 Robert College of Istanbul and the American College for Girls News, 1960-1970., 1960-1970

Published to "promote understanding of the work of the American Colleges in Istanbul."


Box 49 Near East College Association Publications

This Box also contains runs of magazines published jointly by members of the Near East College Association. Included are theNews Letter, 1922-1926, and theNear East Colleges News Letter, 1927-1939. Articles contain specific news about the colleges and general information about educational trends in the Near East.


Box 49 The Bosphorus, 1961-1963., 1961-1963


Box 49 Campus News, 1957.



Box 50 Folder 10 Constantinople College News , 1916-1920


Box 50 Folder 11 Constantinople College News Notes, 1924-1926, 1928, 1924-1926, 1928


Box 50 Folder 12 "Trustees of Robert College and the Syrian Protestant College," Joint Office, Bulletin No.1,, 1920


Box 50 Folder 13-14 News Letter, Robert College of Istanbul and Syrian Protestant College at Beirut (AUB),, 1920-1926


Box 50 Folder 15-16 Near East Colleges Newsletter, 1917-1932, 1934-1939, 1917-1932, 1934-1939


Box 50 Folder 17 Near East Service Quarterly (January, April),, 1940


Box 50 Folder 18 "Near East Service" pamphlet, 1942-1943


Box 50 Folder 19 Campus News , 1957


Box 50 Folder 20-22 RC and ACG News (Alumni Association Bulletins), 1950-1970


Box 50 Folder 23 The Bosphorus (Robert Academy), 1961-1963


Box 50 Folder 24-25 Robert College Alumni Magazine, 1968, 1970, 1972-1978, 1968, 1970, 1972-1978

Series XIII: Historical Writings

This series contains a variety of published and some unpublished material. Included are many newspaper articles published in the United States and abroad spanning the dates 1870 to 1963. Some of the earliest ones were written by George Washburn and Caroline Borden.

There is significant biographical information on the life and family of Christopher Robert, Cyrus Hamlin, George Washburn, Cleveland Dodge and family, and Caleb F. Gates. Upon the retirement of Dr. Gates in 1932 a 60-page illustrated booklet was published containing appreciative essays by his colleagues.

There is a folder of material dated 1881-1883 pertaining to the suit contesting the will of Christopher Robert. Robert College was a major beneficiary under the terms of the will and the courts sustained it as originally drawn.

Of particular interest are the extensive notes of Keith M. Greenwood, an instructor at the College and author of "Robert College: The American Founders" (unpublished dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1965). These notes include extensive typescripts from the correspondence of Robert, Hamlin and Washburn.

This series also contains a number of articles and typescripts relating to Turkish history, the role of Americans in Turkey, and the work of missionaries, particularly under the Ottoman Empire.

Other historical works of interest include "History of the Kaidar Site (near Rumeli Hisar)" written by W. F. Clarke, to Secretary of I State William Seward, 1868, and a "Summary of the facts relating to the purchase of land at Rumeli Hisar," also by W. F. Clarke, 1868. There are brief unpublished historical sketches of the College written from 1903 to the 1950s. Included are typescripts by Caleb I Gates, Floyd Black, Lynn Scipio, and handwritten notes apparently by Harold Scott.

In addition there is a photocopy of a typescript history by Sylvia Kuran titled "A Legacy on the Bosphorus," and a more extensive draft of a history by several authors. Eshref Sakarya has written "The Robert College Natural History Museum," an account of this important I collection. Another typescript is a "fictional-memoir" by Ali Neyzi of his years as a boarding student at Robert College from 1938-1946. This is an English translation of a published Turkish I original. Professor Cyril Edwin Black has written a remembrance of his father Floyd Henson Black dated 1984, and Harry A. Dawe contributed a typescript titled "Istanbul Amerikan Robert Lisesi: I The Orphan Child of Robert College and the American College for Girls."

Finally there is a three volume typescript history of the College written by Herbert Lane (1913- 1976), longtime teacher of English, organizer of the alumni office in Turkey, editor of the Alumni Bulletin, and keeper of the College records. Although not footnoted, it represents the most complete account of the College's history at this time (1987). It contains an index and bibliography.



Box 51 Folder 1 The Levant Times and Shipping Gazette, 1870


Box 51 Folder 2 Translation of articles from "Phare du Bosphore", ca., 1873


Box 51 Folder 3 Articles on Americans in Turkey, 1873


Box 51 Folder 4 Review of Edward Dicey's book on Bulgaria, with reference to Washburn,, 1894


Box 51 Folder 5 Newspaper articles on Turkey, 1890s


Box 51 Folder 6 Article on Robet College in The Outlook,1905


Box 51 Folder 7 Washburn's article on the revolt of, 1908


Box 51 Folder 8-9 Newspaper articles on Robert College, ca. 1917, 1928, 1917, 1928


Box 51 Folder 10 Newspaper articles on Lausanne Treaty, 1927


Box 51 Folder 11 Newspaper articles on Robert College and Turkey, 1920s-1930s


Box 51 Folder 12 Newspaper articles on Robert College, 1920s


Box 51 Folder 13 Newspaper articles on Gates and Robert College, 1920s, 1940, 1955, 1920s, 1940, 1955


Box 51 Folder 14 Newspaper articles on Robert College, 1930s-1950s


Box 51 Folder 15 Clippings on Atatürk's death and Inönü's election, 1938


Box 51 Folder 16 Newspaper articles on Robert College, 1960s


Box 51 Folder 17 Message of General Cemal Gürsel, Head of State of the Turkish Republic on the occasion of the Turkish American Celebration,, 1961


Box 51 Folder 18 Remarks by Adlai E. Stevenson at Robert College Board of Trustees Banquet, April 18; also, message sent by John Kennedy,, 1961


Box 51 Folder 19 "Robert College in its Centennial Year," address given by President Patrick Murphy Malin,, 1963


Box 51 Folder 20 "Robert College of Istanbul, Centennial Year, 19621963," Program of Centennial Dinner held, October 17, 1962


Box 51 Folder 21 Excerpts from an address given by Averrell Harriman, Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, at the Centennial Dinner in New York,, 1962


Box 51 Folder 22 Program of Centennial celebration held at Robert College, May 18, 1963


Box 51 Folder 23 Centennial booklets, 1963


Biographical Material


Box 51 Folder 24 Dr. C.Gates: An Appreciation, published by the Robert College Herald Board of 1931-32


Box 51 Folder 25 Biographical sketch of Gates, ca., 1940s


Box 51 Folder 26 Biographical material on Gates, 1970s


Box 51 Folder 27 Herbert Lane's correspondence with Gates family, 1960s-1970s


Box 51 Folder 28 Biographical information on Dodge family and on E.D.H. Clarke,, 1976


Box 51 Folder 29 Dodge family sketch and interview with Bayard Dodge, 1950s


Box 51 Folder 30 Biographical sketch of Hamlin published by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,, 1907


Box 51 Folder 31 Biographical information on Hamlin with correspondence by researchers,, 1985


Box 51 Folder 32 Material on Hamlin, 1960s


Box 51 Folder 33 Profile of George Washburn by Lane, 1961


Box 51 Folder 34 Biographical material on Washburn collected by Lane, 1970s


Box 51 Folder 35 Correspondence re Arthur Washburn (grandson of George Washburn),, 1971


Box 51 Folder 36 C.R. Robert: family history with cover letter, 1958


Box 51 Folder 37 Biographical material on Robert, 1970s


Historical/General:



Box 52 Folder 1-2 Material relating to legal suit contesting Robert's will, 1881-1883


Box 52 Folder 3 "The Founders of Robert College," by Lane, 1973


Box 52 Folder 4 "Panorama of Constantinople, 1806," by Murhard, 1807


Box 52 Folder 5 "A Private Journal," written by Ward M. Beckwith, 1881


Box 52 Folder 6 "Historical Sketch of the Missions of the American Board in Turkey" and "Sunday School Missionary Concert Exercise", 1889, 1895, 1889, 1895


Box 52 Folder 7 "The Duty of the United States to American Citizens in Turkey," by Everett Wheeler,, 1896


Box 52 Folder 8 "American Territory in Turkey" an address by Ralph Prime, 1908


Box 52 Folder 9 "Sunshine in Turkey," by Howard S. Bliss, 1909


Box 52 Folder 10 "Exit the Turk," by H.G. Dwight, [undated]


Box 52 Folder 11 "Lausanne Treaty -Relation with Robert College", ca., 1919


Box 52 Folder 12 "The American Club of Constantinople, 1921-1922", 1922


Box 52 Folder 13 Correspondence Gates/Charles Robert, grandson of Robert, 1928


Box 52 Folder 14 Typescripts on topics pertaining to Turkish history, 1930s


Box 52 Folder 15 Keith Greenwood; notes for dissertation and outline of chapters,, 1945


Box 52 Folder 16 Greenwood; notes from microfilm of Robert-Hamlin correspondence (1868-1871),, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 17 Greenwood; general notes on the early years at Robert College,, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 18 Greenwood; typed excerpts from correspondence written by Hamlin, Robert, Washburn, George A. Perkins,, 1862-1870


Box 52 Folder 19 Greenwood; typescript entitled "Washburn's Personal Recollections",, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 20 Greenwood; typed notes on Washburn's correspondence for 1873-1874, 1960s, 1873-1874, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 21 Greenwood; typed notes re Hamlin's thoughts, excerpts of Hamlin- Robert-Washburn letters, extract of Robert's autobiography, and Hamlin's memorandum to his children,, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 22 Greenwood: typed notes include a short biography of Robert possibly written by Harold Scott, a brief early history of the college, excerpt from a letter written by William Dwight to Washburn,, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 23-24 Greenwood: typed excerpts from Robert's correspondence, 1960s


Box 52 Folder 25 Correspondence from the Byzantine Institute, 1947-1950


Box 52 Folder 26 The Turkish Straits and the Great Powers, by Cyril Black, 1947


Box 52 Folder 27 Reprints of articles written by Walter Wright, "Truths about Turkey," and "Our Near Eastern Policy in the Making",, 1948


Box 52 Folder 28 "An Experiment in Bilingual, Bicultural Education" by David Garwood,, 1962


Box 52 Folder 29 "American Alma Maters in the Near East," by Maynard Owen Williams, reprint from the National Geographic Magazine,, 1945


Box 52 Folder 30 Commemorative booklet on David A. Scott (son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. and Eveline Thomson Scott), 1924-1944, 1945, 1924-1944, 1945


Box 52 Folder 31 "American Doctors in the Crimean War, 1857-1855," by Albert Parry. Also contains correspondence Parry/Scott,, 1955


Box 52 Folder 32 "The World at the Time of the Opening of Robert College," by Herbert Lane,, 1961


Box 52 Folder 33 Translation of a document issued to Hamlin with reference to permission to establish a school,, 1963


Box 52 Folder 34 "Some 16th and 17th century visitors to Constantinople" (author unknown), [undated]


Box 52 Folder 35 John Dewey: his works on Turkey, bibliography with Xerox reprints,, 1929


Box 52 Folder 36 Film scripts, 1970s


Manuscripts and typescripts



Box 53 Folder 1 Miscellaneous notes on Robert College history, [undated]


Box 53 Folder 2 "A History of Robert College 1858-1878" Chapter 1, "Loomings," ms. Notes, [undated]


Box 53 Folder 3 History of Campus at Bebek with abstracts of correspondence prepared by W.Clarke,, 1868


Box 53 Folder 4 Summary of facts relating to purchase of land at Rumeli Hisar (Bebek Campus) prepared by Clarke,, 1868


Box 53 Folder 5 "Robert College," synopsis of college history written by George Washburn, [undated]


Box 53 Folder 6 Description of the founding of Robert College apparently written by George Washburn, [undated ca. 1903]


Box 53 Folder 7 "Robert College," by Gates, 1905


Box 53 Folder 8 "Return to the Straits," by Floyd Black (a chapter from ms. entitled "A Brief Account of My Experience at Robert College"),, 1954

Chronicles events from 1919-1925


Box 53 Folder 9 "Survey of Education in Turkey," by L.A. Scipio, 1926


Box 53 Folder 10 "Robert College," a short history written by Gates, 1938


Box 53 Folder 11 Notes on history and status of Robert College and other educational institutions [Scott?],, 1957


Box 53 Folder 12 "Foreign Schools in Turkey, 1914-1926," by Scott, 1927


Box 53 Folder 13 Unfinished history of Robert College, by Scott, 1950s


Box 53 Folder 14 "Robert College in Istanbul" by Jane N. Page (reprint from The Chapin School Alumnae Bulletin),, 1960s


Box 53 Folder 15 "Robert College -Its History," by Greenwood, 1963


Box 53 Folder 16 Correspondence relating to the early history of Robert College,, 1956


Box 53 Folder 17 Article on athletics at Robert College by Kerry Wood, athletic director,, 1965


Box 53 Folder 18 Outline for a Robert College history written by Hilary Sumner Boyd, with correspondence,, 1971-1972


Box 53 Folder 19 Paper on education in Turkey, written by Edward Webster, director of the Orta School,, 1976


Box 53 Folder 20 Ms. entitled "A Legacy on the Bosphorus" (incomplete) written by Sylvia Kuran,, 1982


Box 53 Folder 21 Ms. entitled "The Robert College Natural History Museum," by Esref Sakarya,, 1982


Box 53 Folder 22 "The Robert College Natural History Museum," Sakarya, 1982



Box 54 Folder 23 "Memoirs," years at Robert College Boarding School (1938-1946) by Ali Neyzi, Part I,, 1986


Box 54 Folder 24 "Memoirs," by Neyzi, Part II


Box 54 Folder 25 "Memoirs," by Neyzi, Part III


Box 54 Folder 26 "Floyd Hensen Black, 1883-1983 A Remembrance by his Son," Cyril Edwin Black, 1984, 1883-1983, 1984


Box 54 Folder 27 "Istanbul Amerikan Robert Lisesi: the Orphan Child of Robert College and American College for Girls" by Harry Dawe,, 1986


Box 54 Folder 28 Draft of a "Robert College History", Anonymous, n.d.


Box 54 Folder 29 Robert College Research Center Journal, June 1966 (Year 4 no 5)


Box 54 Folder 30 Robert College Research Center Publications, June 1965


Box 54 Folder 31-32 Robert College Research Center Publications, June 1966

Series XIV: Oversize and Miscellaneous Material

This series contains a varied group of documents. These include a manuscript of an autobiographical essay of Christopher R. Robert (undated), apparently written in his own hand, drafts of letters, apparently written by Cyrus Hamlin (undated), newspaper articles reporting Robert's visit to Robert College in 1870, copies of diplomas from Robert College and ACG in various languages, and a printed copy of the Treaty of Peace with Turkey signed at Sèvres, 1920.

Several folders pertain to the Engineering School. Included are a copy of the Imperial Irade, dated 1928, authorizing the school's establishment, Annual Reports from 1916-1932, and a report on the school written by Harold Hazen in 1955.

There is a folder containing faculty proposals to the Ford Foundation, 1950s and 1960s, and a document entitled "The Official Regulations of the Istanbul American College" [1950s].

This series also includes five copies of Robert College's Seventy Fifth Anniversary Publication, 1863-1932, as well as messages of congratulations from colleges in the United States in honor of the one hundredth anniversary of Robert College's founding.

There are several publications pertaining to Turkey, e.g., Turkey the Beautiful (1939). Additional oversize materials include two bound volumes titled "Extracts From the Correspondence of the President, Director and Treasurer of Robert College of Constantinople Essential to its History." They cover the measures period February 1868 to January 1875. These represent copies of a major portion of the correspondence of Hamlin and Washburn whose originals are elsewhere in the collection. (Note: these volumes have suffered water damage.)



Box 55 Folder 1 Christopher R. Robert; autobiography, [undated]


Box 55 Folder 2 Hamlin correspondence to Robert, [undated]


Box 55 Folder 3 Newspaper articles re Robert, [undated]


Box 55 Folder 4 Handwritten essay on Benjamin Franklin by Hamlin, [undated]


Box 55 Folder 5 The Times, London, entire issue devoted to Turkey, 1938


Box 55 Folder 6 A copy of the "Treaty of Peace with Turkey," signed Sèvres, August 10, 1920


Box 55 Folder 7-13 Records of the Engineering School, includes reports and curricula,, 1916-1955


Box 55 Folder 14 Ford Foundation, proposals for projects at Robert College, 1950s


Box 55 Folder 15 Minutes of the President's Advisory Committee, 1961



Box 56 Folder 1 75th Anniversary booklets (6 copies), 1938


Box 56 Folder 2 Congratulations from U.S. colleges honoring 100th anniversary of Robert College (1963),, 1963


Box 56 Folder 3 "Asia"; Journal of the American Asiatic Association, 1919


Box 56 Folder 4 "St. Sophia and Constantinople", 1920


Box 56 Folder 5 "La Turquie Kemaliste", April 1936-August 1938


Box 56 Folder 6 "La Turquie Kemaliste", October 1938


Box 56 Folder 7 "Turkey the Beautiful", 1939

(Note: there is nothing in this folder)


Box 56 Folder 8 "Aya Sophia," Ali S. Boyar, 1943


Box 56 Folder 9 "Uncle Sam in Turkey", "Turkey's Foreign Relations in 1952", "Modern, Turkey", 1950s


Box 56 Folder 10 "When Latticed Windows Opened", by Phoebe Clary, 1969


Box 56 Folder 11 "Turkiyemiz", 1983


Box 56 Folder 12 "Diploma Samples"



Box 57 "Letter Book of Cyrus Hamlin", from approximately 1864., a large bound book


Box 57 "Copie de Lettres", April 1, 1863-November 21, 1864 (bound volume, mostly blank), April 1, 1863-November 21, 1864



Box 117 Extracts from the Correspondence of the President, Director and Treasurer of Robert College of Constantinople Essential to its History (contiued in next box),, February 7, 1868-December 31, 1872



Box 118 Extracts from the Correspondence of the President, Director and Treasurer of Robert College of Constantinople Essential to its History,, February 7, 1868-December 31, 1872



Box 57 Extracts from the Correspondence of the President, Director and Treasurer of Robert College of Constantinople Essential to its History, Volume 3,, January 1873-January 1875



Box 58 The Orient, 1914-1915



Box 59 The Karacan Case, 1943, (3 Folders)


Box 59 Correspondence to Paul Monroe from U.S. Consulate regarding Edgar Fisher,, 1933-1934


Box 59 Memos re. sensitive materials, 1961-1986


Box 59 Donkey incident, 1925


Box 59 Sensitive [material] marked, to discuss, 1970s


Box 59 RC.NY Office. Commencements: telegrams/programs, 1971-1985


Box 59 Unsigned copy of a letter to Senator Lodge re. Armenians, 1923


Box 59 C.Gates "Problem of an Armenian Principality", 1919


Box 59 Memo to trustees submitted by Paul Monroe "on the Attitude of Government Officials and Turkish People Towards the American Colleges", 1934


Box 59 File 9 – Hold


Box 59 Materials from Duncan Ballantine's papers to review for sensitivity


Box 59 Middle East Survey Commission Report, 1961, (2 Folders)



Box 60 Robert College – Old and New (4 copies)


Box 60 Development of the American College for Girls at Istanbul by Marjorie L. McKillop (M.A. theses),, 1949, (2 Folders)


Box 60 Kemmerer report on the economic situation in Turkey, 1934 (3 Folder), 1934



Box 61 Pocket dictionaries (5) and date books (5), 1926-1932


Box 61 RC Student Handbook 1972-1973 (2 copies), 1972-1973

Series XV: Photographs



Box 62 Students at Work Library; students Laboratory Classroom studying



Box 63 Students, Informal Students, Extracurricular (includes clubs, social service)



Box 64 Students, Groups



Box 65 Students, Groups



Box 66 Students, (includes Groups commencement photographs)



Box 67 Sports, Field Day



Box 68 Sports Teams Action shots



Box 69 Faculty, Groups



Box 70 Faculty, Individuals



Box 71 Bebek and Early Years



Box 72 Administrators Founders (Hamlin, Washburn, Robert) and Presidents (Gates, Monroe)



Box 73 Administrators: Presidents and Headmasters



Box 74 Administrators: Vice-presidents, deans, officials on campus and in New York Office



Box 75 l00th Anniversary celebration Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, 1963



Box 76 l00th Anniversary celebration Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, 1963



Box 77 Visitors to Campus



Box 78 Individuals



Box 79 Groups



Box 80 RC/ACG Alumni/ae



Box 81 Theater, Music, Folklore



Box 82 Students at Work Students Studying Laboratory Classroom Students, Informal



Box 83 Sports Theater Commencement photographs I



Box 84 Faculty and Administrators



Box 85 Language Laboratory Natural History Collection



Box 86 Robert College Campus (pre-197l) General views (many with Bosphorus)



Box 87 Robert College Campus (pre-197l) General views Aerial views



Box 88 Robert College Campus (pre-197l) General views



Box 89 Computer Center



Box 90 RC Campus Buildings, Groups (pre-1971)



Box 91 Robert College Campus (pre-197l) Individual buildings (Hamlin, Theodorus, Anderson Halls) Washburn, Albert Long, Theodorus, Anderson Halls)



Box 92 Robert College Campus (pre-197l) Individual Buildings (Sloane Infirmary, Kennedy Lodge, Engineering Building, Library; interiors)



Box 93 Robert College Campus (pre-197l) Individual buildings, misc. (The Old Study Hall, Henrietta Washburn . . .) Construction photographs



Box 94 Robert College Campus (post-197l) General views, construction photographs, New buildings (Feyyaz Berker Hall, Nejat Eczacibasi Gym, Suna Kirac Theater)



Box 95 Robert College Campus (post-197l) Tennis Courts; Etiler Gate (1990); Dorr Athletic Field renovation and dedication



Box 96 RC: Alumni and Friends; The World of Robert College; Treasures from the Archives of RC:; Trustee/Alumni Reception; 125th Anniversary Celebration; Multivision Slide Presentation at the River Club, NY; "Love in the Turkish Arts" lecture by H.E. Talat Halman; RC Student Reunion; Round Table and Reception, NY' "In Search of the Imperial City" lecture by Dr. Walter Denny; American-Turkish Friendship Council Reunion, Washington, DC.



Box 97 RC (pre-1971)/ACG Miscellaneous photographs



Box 98 RC (pre-1971)/ACG Miscellaneous photographs



Box 99 Robert College (pre-1971)/ACG


Box 99 Album titled "Souvenir of the Construction of new Gymnasium-Annex to Theodorus Hall"


Box 99 Album of ACG photographs, 1937


Box 99 Album of Robert College and Istanbul (G. H. Huntington)



Box 100 Robert College (pre-1971) 3 Albums (Robert College, ACG, Istanbul)



Box 101 RC (post-1971) Miscellaneous photographs



Box 102 Istanbul, General



Box 103 Istanbul, General



Box 104 Miscellaneous photographs


Slides:



Box 105 Robert College (post-197l)


Box 105 Faculty, Administrators


Box 105 Students at Work: Studying, Laboratory, Assembly


Box 105 Students: Informal


Box 105 Theater, Music, Folklore


Box 105 Sports


Box 105 Commencements


Box 105 Campus/Buildings


Box 105 Heritage Room; Child Study Center; Audio-Visual Center; Computer Center


Box 105 Trustees/Alumni/Friends



Box 106 Negatives (35mm) RC (post-1971)


Box 106 Computer Center


Box 106 Campus Buildings

Series XVI: Minutes



Box 107 Folder 1 RC Minutes, 1863-November 1905


Box 107 Folder 2 RC Minutes, April 1906-November 1928


Box 107 Folder 3 RC Minutes, May 1929-August 1938


Box 107 Folder 4 RC Minutes, September 1938-February 1949


Box 107 Folder 5 RC Minutes, May 1949-September 1956



Box 108 Folder 6 RC Minutes, November 1956-September 1958


Box 108 Folder 7 RC Minutes, September 1958-November 1959


Box 108 Folder 8 RC Minutes, November 1959-November 1960


Box 108 Folder 9 RC Minutes, December 1960-January 1962


Box 108 Folder 10 RC Minutes, February 1962-July 1963


Box 108 Folder 11 Resident Trustees Minutes, 1960-1971



Box 109 Folder 12 RC Minutes, September 1963-November 1965


Box 109 Folder 13 RC Board of Trustees, 1964


Box 109 Folder 14 RC Board of Trustees, 1965


Box 109 Folder 15 RC Minutes, 1966


Box 109 Folder 16 RC Minutes, April 1965-October 1966


Box 109 Folder 17 RC Minutes, November 1966-November 1967


Box 109 Folder 18 RC Board of Trustees, 1967


Box 109 Folder 19 RC Minutes, 1968



Box 110 Folder 20 RC Minutes, November 1967-December 1968


Box 110 Folder 21 RC Minutes, 1969


Box 110 Folder 22 RC Minutes, January 1969-December 1969


Box 110 Folder 23 RC Minutes, 1970


Box 110 Folder 24 RC Minutes, January 1970-June 1970


Box 110 Folder 25 RC Minutes, 1971


Box 110 Folder 26 RC Minutes, January 1971-December 1971



Box 111 Folder 27 RC Minutes, 1972


Box 111 Folder 28 RC Minutes, January 1972-October 1973


Box 111 Folder 29 RC Minutes, September 1973-March 1975


Box 111 Folder 30 RC Minutes, May 1975-May 1976


Box 111 Folder 31 RC Minutes, January 1977-August 1978


Box 111 Folder 32 RC Minutes, September 1978-October 1979


Box 111 Folder 33 RC Minutes, February 1980-October 1982



Box 112 Folder 34 RC Minutes, November 1982-March 1984


Box 112 Folder 35 RC Minutes, May 1984-July 1985


Box 112 Folder 36 RC Minutes, September 1985-February 1987


Box 112 Folder 37 RC Minutes, May 1987-February 1989


Box 112 Folder 38 RC Minutes, May 1989-February 1991


Box 112 Folder 39 RC Minutes, April 1991-November 1992



Box 113 Folder 40 RC Minutes, January 1993-June 1994


Box 113 Folder 41 RC Minutes, July 1994-October 1995


Box 113 Folder 42 RC Minutes, January 1996-November 1996

Series XVII: Audio Visual


Subseries XVII.1: Films



Box 114 "Robert College Old and New", early, 1970s, (8mm)


Box 114 "Robert College Old and New", early, 1970s, (2 reels; 16mm


Subseries XVII.2: Audio Tapes (reel to reel)


Box 114 Dedication of George Walbridge Perkins Engineering and Science Building, May 18,1963, 1200 ft on 1 ½ mil plastic base


Box 114 RC Special questions and answer session of RC Faculties and Grinnell Morris concerning security clearance,, March 19, 1965, 1800 ft. on 1 mil acetate

Series XVIII: Architectural Plans and Drawings



Box 115 Various unidentified plans in a tube Box.



Mapcase 14-O-4 Various flat plans and drawings.



Mapcase 14-O-5 Various flat plans and drawings.

Series XIX: Microfilms



Box 116 Nine microfilm reels: Near East College Association, Inc, (#1A1863 March 1958 November, 1967 – Pg. 2) – R.C. Board of Trustees. Minutes, 1880-1905 (filmed by John Hopkins) – Unidentified reel framents numbered 5-8., 1958 November, 1967, 1880-1905

ADD Series I: Heritage Room/Rare Books (Istanbul)



Box ADD 1 Catalogue


Box ADD 1 Museum Catalogues


Box ADD 1 General Archives/Correspondence, 1994-1995


Box ADD 1 Deposition of Archives-Princeton University


Box ADD 1 Archives (Rare Books)


Box ADD 1 Heritage Room-Tricia's Visit & Notes (20 April, 1992)


Box ADD 1 Heritage Room-General


Box ADD 1 Heritage Room-Rare Books, List of


Box ADD 1 Archives-General



Box ADD 2 Guide to the Archives-Copyright Certificate


Box ADD 2 Projects-125th Anniversary


Box ADD 2 Projects-Microfilming


Box ADD 2 Reports-re: NY Office (includes Heritage Room)


Box ADD 2 Reports-re: Lutzker


Box ADD 2 Research Requests-General


Box ADD 2 Research Requests-made by NY Office Archivist


Box ADD 2 Demakis, Louise


Box ADD 2 Engelbourg, Saul


Box ADD 2 Freely, John


Box ADD 2 Gocek, Fatima Muge, Prof.


Box ADD 2 Harper, Helen


Box ADD 2 Kuran, Sylvia (Istanbul)


Box ADD 2 Petkov, Petko, Dr.


Box ADD 2 Reed, Howard A., Prof.


Box ADD 2 Stevens, Marcia and Malcolm


Box ADD 2 White, Malcolm

ADD Series II: Heritage Room/Rare Books (Istanbul & R.C./N.Y. Offices)



Box ADD 3 Dwight Simpson: Presidential Search (1961-1965)


Box ADD 3 Dwight Simpson: Correspondence (1965) (1 of 2)


Box ADD 3 Dwight Simpson: Correspondence (1965) (1 of 2)


Box ADD 3 Dr. Simpson: Correspondence re: Exchange Program (1965)


Box ADD 3 Secretary to the President, Miss Gulsen A. Bengisu-Correspondence (1965-1966)


Box ADD 3 Simpson Proposed Plan of Reorganization (1965-1966)


Box ADD 3 Dwight Simpson: Power of Attorney/Resignation (1965-1967)


Box ADD 3 Sims, Catherine (Dean)



Box ADD 4 Dwight Simpson-Correspondence (1966) (1 of 3)


Box ADD 4 Dwight Simpson-Correspondence (1966) (2 of 3)


Box ADD 4 Dwight Simpson-Correspondence (1966) (3 of 3)


Box ADD 4 Dwight Simpson Correspondence re: Articles on Roberts College (1966)


Box ADD 4 Dwight Simpson-Correspondence, telegrams (1967)


Box ADD 4 Search Committee: Faculty Liaison (1967-1968)


Box ADD 4 Search Committee: Notes, Correspondence


Box ADD 4 J. S. Everton-Press Releases on Appointment (1968)


Box ADD 4 Correspondence re: Everton Appointment (1968)


Box ADD 4 John Stuart Everton: Correspondence with Trustees/N.Y. Office, (1964 1967 1970), 1967


Box ADD 4 Chalfont, John C. (1972-1976)


Box ADD 4 The Future of the Merged Lycee


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence (1971)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Principal of Robert Academy, Correspondence w. Catherine Rose (1971-1972)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont, Robert Academy Correspondence (1972)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Report on R.C. Community School (1972)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence (1972)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence: (1973) (1 of 3)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence: (1973) (2 of 3)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence: (1973) (3 of 3)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence: (1974) (1 of 2)


Box ADD 4 Chalfont: Correspondence: (1974) (2 of 2)



Box ADD 7 Edwin Crocker-Frederick Utley Correspondence (1969-1970)


Box ADD 7 Helen White-Crocker: Correspondence with Utley re: Funds Operation, (1970-1975)


Box ADD 7 Meeting of the Executive Committee (12 November 1969)


Box ADD 7 Helen White: Correspondence with Utley (1971-1975)


Box ADD 7 Helen White (Controller)-application, correspondence (1971-1973)


Box ADD 7 Robert Hardy (1970)


Box ADD 7 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1970)


Box ADD 7 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1971-1973)


Box ADD 7 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1974-1975)


Box ADD 7 R.C./Robert Hardy (1970)


Box ADD 7 Richard Reid, Principal, Robert Academy-Correspondence (1967-1970)



Box ADD 8 Brzozowski, Witold, Dean of Engineering School: Correspondence, (1963-1967)


Box ADD 8 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1965)


Box ADD 8 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1966)


Box ADD 8 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1967)


Box ADD 8 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1968)


Box ADD 8 Robert Hardy-General Correspondence (1969)


Box ADD 8 H.P. Hall: Report on the Colleges (1967)


Box ADD 8 Howard Hall, Acting President: Contract and Power of Attorney (1967)


Box ADD 8 Howard P. Hall, Correspondence (1968)


Box ADD 8 Correspondence between Hazen and Odgen (1960-1962)


Box ADD 8 Correspondence-Hazen to Ballantine, Hall (1960-1964)


Box ADD 8 Hazen Correspondence -Jane Page and Grinnell Morris (1961-1966 1971)


Box ADD 8 Correspondence: Harold Hazen to Patrick Malin (1962-1963)


Box ADD 8 Notes and Correspondence (1962-1966)


Box ADD 8 Correspondence (1965-1968)


Box ADD 8 Howard Hall: Correspondence (1964-1965)


Box ADD 8 VP Howard Hall: Correspondence (1965-1967)


Box ADD 8 Howard P. Hall: Correspondence (1967)


Box ADD 8 Trustees' memoranda, correspondence, memos from Murdoch (1979)



Box ADD 9 Wadsworth, Christopher (1994-1995)


Box ADD 9 C. Wadsworth


Box ADD 9 Christopher Wadsworth (1998)


Box ADD 9 Christopher Wadsworth (1999)


Box ADD 9 Christopher Wadsworth (2000)


Box ADD 9 Christopher Wadsworth Resignation (2000)


Box ADD 9 Christopher Wadsworth (2001)


Box ADD 9 Johnson, Margaret


Box ADD 9 Harry Dawe (1986-1991)


Box ADD 9 Chalfont: Correspondence to and from (1975) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 9 Chalfont: Correspondence to and from (1976) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 9 James Maggart: application and selection as Headmaster (1977)


Box ADD 9 Correspondence, reports to and from James Maggart (1977)


Box ADD 9 Correspondence, reports to and from James Maggart (1978)


Box ADD 9 Correspondence, reports to and from James Maggart (1979)


Box ADD 9 Correspondence, reports to and from James Maggart (1980)


Box ADD 9 A. Donn Kesselheim: Candidacy for position of Headmaster (1981)


Box ADD 9 A. Donn Kesselheim: Memos, correspondence with M. Murdoch (1982)


Box ADD 9 A. Donn Kesselheim: Correspondence and resignation (1983-1984)



Box ADD 25 The Robert College Story by Herbert H. Lane (Vol. II)


Box ADD 25 The Robert College Story by Herbert H. Lane (Vol. III)


Box ADD 25 Mary Miles Patrick and the American College for Girls at Istanbul in Turkey



Box ADD 27 Biography of Floyd Black RC-DCG


Interesting Unarchived Historical Documents:


Box ADD 27 Historical Info


Box ADD 27 Unarchived Historical Pieces


Box ADD 27 Historical Correspondence to Moore, H.S. Coffin, P. Monroe,Caleb Gates


Box ADD 27 Ray, Garo Willard '22 A CI


Box ADD 27 Analysis & Study of Library Media Center '89


Box ADD 27 The Orient (incomplete files) (1919)


Box ADD 27 The Orient (incomplete files) (1920)



Box ADD 28 The Orient (plus duplicates for 1920-incomplete files) (1921)


Box ADD 28 Robert College Debate Union Chronicles (April/May 1930)


Box ADD 28 Turkish Translation Service (1931-1937)


Box ADD 28 The Orient (plus one issue January 1923) (1922)



Box ADD 29 The Orient (1912-1913)


Box ADD 29 The Orient (incomplete file) (1910-1911)


Box ADD 29 L'Opinion (1981-1983)


Box ADD 29 Bingham Autobiography, Vol. I (1988-1989)


Box ADD 29 Bingham Autobiography, Vol. II & III (1989-1990 1990-1991)


Box ADD 29 The Bosphorus Chronicle (ca. 1971-1985)


Box ADD 29 Cagri (1983-1985)



Box ADD 30 Cagri (ca. 1985-1995)


Box ADD 30 Objective (1986)


Box ADD 30 Publications (Objective, Kaleidoscope) (1987)



Box ADD 31 The Bosphorus Chronicle, 1986-1987


Box ADD 31 The Bosphorus Chronicle; October 1994 #1, November 10 1994 #2, November 1994 #3, October 1994, 1994, November 1994


Box ADD 31 Istanbul American Colleges, Alumni Bulletin (1952 1953, 1954, 1957, 1960-1961, 1955 1966), 1953, 1954, 1957, 1960-1961, 1955


Box ADD 31 Istanbul American Colleges, Alumni Bulletin (1966-1968)


Box ADD 31 Robert College Alumni Magazine (1972-1975)


Box ADD 31 Robert College Alumni Magazine (1977-1978)



Box ADD 32 Robert College-Winter, 1987/1988


Box ADD 32 Muhasebesi


Box ADD 32 Istanbul American Colleges, Alumni Bulletin 1962, 1964-1965, 1962, 1964-1965


Box ADD 32 Robert College Quarterly, 1992-2001


Box ADD 32 Robert College Quarterly, 2002-2006


Box ADD 32 Reports of US Annual Giving


Box ADD 32 Robert College Newsletters (1990-1997)



Box ADD 33 Adams, Kathyrn N


Box ADD 33 Akkoyunlu, Bedia


Box ADD 33 Alpar, Nahit


Box ADD 33 Antel, Nazime


Box ADD 33 Armstrong, George S.


Box ADD 33 Baker, Stephen


Box ADD 33 Ballantine, Duncan


Box ADD 33 Barker, James


Box ADD 33 Bayindir, Gokce


Box ADD 33 Beard, Anson M. (1948-1957 ?)


Box ADD 33 Begdes, Kutsi


Box ADD 33 Bingham, William H. (-1937)


Box ADD 33 Bliss, Collins P.


Box ADD 33 Boschen, Henry C. (-1966)


Box ADD 33 Brown, Philip M. (-1932)


Box ADD 33 Brown, Moreau D. (1947-1956)


Box ADD 33 Brown, Moreau D. (1957-1963)


Box ADD 33 Brown, Moreau D. (1964-1976)



Box ADD 34 Brown, William A. (1926-1930)


Box ADD 34 Brown, William A. (1931-1932)


Box ADD 34 Brown, William A. (1933-1943)


Box ADD 34 Brownell, Katherine D. (1949-1963)


Box ADD 34 Brownell, Katherine D. (1964-1983)


Box ADD 34 Burgess, W. Randolph (1927-1967)


Box ADD 34 Cakmak, Ahmet (1975-1983)


Box ADD 34 Calder, Frederick C.


Box ADD 34 Carey, Jane C. (1955-1981)


Box ADD 34 Cary, William L. (-1974)


Box ADD 34 Case, Anne T. (1950-)


Box ADD 34 Cavusoglu, Ahmet (1977-)


Box ADD 34 Childs, Timothy W. (Correspondence)



Box ADD 35 Books-Joy of Service (RC) (E. Clarke)


Box ADD 35 Clarke, Elizabeth Dodge Huntington (1-7 of 9 Folders)



Box ADD 36 Clarke, Elizabeth Dodge Huntington (8-9 of 9 Folders)


Box ADD 36 Cochran, Homer P. (1944-1947)


Box ADD 36 Coons, Richard (-1981)


Box ADD 36 DeForest, Robert W. (-1930)


Box ADD 36 Devres, Mehmet


Box ADD 36 Diker, Vecdi (1959-1962 1967-1972)


Box ADD 36 Dinger, Elliot A.


Box ADD 36 Dodge, Cleveland


Box ADD 36 Dodge, David S. (-1962)


Box ADD 36 Dodge, Grace Hoadley (1908-1914)


Box ADD 36 Dorr, Goldwaithe H. (1948-1959)


Box ADD 36 Dorr, Goldwaithe H. (1960-1969)


Box ADD 36 Dorr, Goldwaithe H. (1970-1978)


Box ADD 36 Dorr, Russell H. (1962-1980)


Box ADD 36 Duggan, Stephen P. (-1947)


Box ADD 36 Durust, Hamdi


Box ADD 36 Dutton, Samuel (-1919)


Box ADD 36 Eczacibasi, Nejat (1966-1971)


Box ADD 36 Eren, Hon. Nuri (Correspondence)


Box ADD 36 Erul, Omer


Box ADD 36 Esty, John C., Jr. (1974-1989)


Box ADD 36 Everton, John Scott



Box ADD 37 Robert College- Vol. 2 No. 1 (February 1983); Vol. 3 No. 3 (Fall 1984); Vol. 4 No. 1


Box ADD 37 (Fall 1985); Vol. 5 No. 1 (Spring 1986)


Box ADD 37 Faust, Walter L. (1949-1951)


Box ADD 37 Few, Benjamin (1945-1958)


Box ADD 37 Forbes, Rose d. (Mrs. Malcolm J.)


Box ADD 37 Foster, Austin T. (1958-1960)


Box ADD 37 Franklin, George S. (1949-1977)


Box ADD 37 Friendly, Alfred (1983-)


Box ADD 37 Friendly, Jean


Box ADD 37 Furgac, Melike


Box ADD 37 Goheen, Robert (1956)


Box ADD 37 Goodsell, Fred F.


Box ADD 37 Grosvenor, Melville B.


Box ADD 37 Garland, Charles S. (-1947)


Box ADD 37 Guest, John S. (1978-1990)


Box ADD 37 Gordon, Mary R.


Box ADD 37 Haines, T. Davies (-1968)


Box ADD 37 Hanks, Nancy (1963-1969)


Box ADD 37 Harrington, John L. (1927-1941)


Box ADD 37 Hatch, Harold (-1946)


Box ADD 37 Hazen, David C.



Box ADD 38 Hazen, Harold (1954-1980) (5 Folders)


Box ADD 38 Henninger, Kenneth A. (1975-1982)


Box ADD 38 Hibbs, Sherlock


Box ADD 38 Hibbs, Sherlock (II)


Box ADD 38 Hill, Raymond Dunlap


Box ADD 38 Hilton, Henry (1931-)



Box ADD 39 Holt, Henry C. (1925-1949) (3 Folders)


Box ADD 39 Huntington, George H.


Box ADD 39 Huntington, Thomas (1953-1985)


Box ADD 39 Inal, Kenan (1957)


Box ADD 39 Ipecki, Abdi (1968-1976)


Box ADD 39 Isvan, Amet (1963-)


Box ADD 39 Karacabey, Ayla (1974-)


Box ADD 39 Karahan, Oguz (1973-1977)


Box ADD 39 Kardem, Frank (1959-)


Box ADD 39 Keil, Francis C.


Box ADD 39 Kemmerer, Edwin W.


Box ADD 39 Kerwin, Robert W. (1971-1982)


Box ADD 39 Keyes, Harold B.


Box ADD 39 Kurdas, Kemal


Box ADD 39 Kuyucak, Hazim Atif


Box ADD 39 Lanckton, Arthur L. (1954-1968)


Box ADD 39 Lipscomb, Thomas (1974-)


Box ADD 39 Katipoglu, Sadun (1961-1974)


Box ADD 39 Kimball, Grace N.


Box ADD 39 Kirac, Suna


Box ADD 39 Kozlu, Cem M. (1997-)


Box ADD 39 Koptagel, Gunsel (1969-)


Box ADD 39 Kuran, Aptullah (1974-1994)


Box ADD 39 Lawrence, Barbara C. (1989-1996)


Box ADD 39 Lawrence, James (1969-1983) (3 Folders)


Box ADD 39 MacAdams, Howard B. (-1973)


Box ADD 39 Mardin, Yusuf (1977-)


Box ADD 39 McMenamin, Joan


Box ADD 39 Morris, Grinnell (1946-1974)


Box ADD 39 Neyzi, Ali



Box ADD 40 Nichols, Howard B.


Box ADD 40 Niemeyer, John H. (1958-1972)


Box ADD 40 Norton, Garrison (1960-1968)


Box ADD 40 Ogden, Alfred


Box ADD 40 Page, Jane N.-Correspondence (1959-1980)


Box ADD 40 Page, Jane N.-Correspondence (1981-1998)


Box ADD 40 Page, Jane N. (GIFTS)


Box ADD 40 Perkins, Linn M.


Box ADD 40 Radomisli, Aylin (1983-1986)


Box ADD 40 Ratte, John


Box ADD 40 Rice, Charles (1975-1979)


Box ADD 40 Sabar, Ergun


Box ADD 40 Schieffelin, Bayard (-1985)


Box ADD 40 Estate of Bayard Shieffelin


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools, 1963-1977


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1978-1979)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1979-1980)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1980-1981)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1981-1982)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1982-1983)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1983-1984)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1984-1985)


Box ADD 40 Sofia American Schools (1985-1986)



Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools(1986-1987)


Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools (1987-1988)


Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools (1988-1989)


Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools (1989-1990)


Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools (1990-1991)


Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools (1991-1992)


Box ADD 41 Sofia American Schools (1992-1993)


Box ADD 41 Terzioglu, Meliha (1963-)


Box ADD 41 Tweedy, Mary J.-Correspondence (1963-1995)


Box ADD 41 Tumer, Irfan (1973-1995)


Box ADD 41 Ulusoy, Melahat (1975-1979)


Box ADD 41 Umur, Aydin (1971-1975)


Box ADD 41 Ustundag, Ustun (1971-1975)


Box ADD 41 Yalcin, Nilufer (1974-1993)


Box ADD 41 Yazici, Bulent (1961-1972)


Box ADD 41 Yuregir, Gunes (-1982)


Box ADD 41 Zinsser, Barbara L.-Correspondence (1955-1997)


Box ADD 41 Zobu, Perihan (1971-1975)



Box ADD 42 Patent (Tanyolac Odor Measurement Device) File (1964) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 42 Patent File: Final Technical Report on Development of Odor


Box ADD 42 Measuring Instrument (1965)


Box ADD 42 Patent File: Reports (1964-1966)


Box ADD 42 Patent File (1965-1966)


Box ADD 42 Patent File (1966-1967)


Box ADD 42 Patent File: Tanyolac's Correspondence (1964-1972)


Box ADD 42 Patent File: Tanyolac Correspondence re: Tanyolac Patents (1965-1969)



Box ADD 43 Patent File: Patents and Research (1967-1968)


Box ADD 43 Patent File: Patents and Research (1968-1969)


Box ADD 43 Patent File: NATO Conference on Odor Management (1965-1966)


Box ADD 43 Research Center: Surveys and Annual Reports (1966-1969)


Box ADD 43 Correspondence re: Research Center (1961-1968) (not inclusive)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: Margaret Johnson (Acting Head) (1985)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: Harry A. Dawe (November 1986)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: Harry A. Dawe (November 1987)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: (10 November 1988)


Box ADD 43 Harry A. Dawe (February, May, November 1988)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: Harry A. Dawe (November 1989)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: Harry A. Dawe (May, November 1990)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: Cornelius Bull (covers 1960-1966) (1967)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: J. Chalfant (1971-1972)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: J. Chalfant (1972-1973)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: J. Chalfant (1974-1975)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: J. Chalfant (1975-1976)


Box ADD 43 Headmaster's Report: J. Chalfant (1976-1977)



Box ADD 44 Headmaster's Report: Jim Maggart (1977-1978)


Box ADD 44 Annual Report of the Headmaster: Jim Maggart (1979-1980)


Box ADD 44 Summary of Meeting with Trustees: Jim Maggart (1979)


Box ADD 44 Annual Report of the Headmaster: Jim Maggart (20 June 1981)


Box ADD 44 Annual Report of the Headmaster: A. Donn Kesselheim (1981-1982)


Box ADD 44 Annual Report of the President: A. Donn Kesselheim (1982-1983)


Box ADD 44 Headmaster's Report: Progress Report-A. Donn Kesselheim (1983-1984)


Box ADD 44 Headmaster's Report: (January 1984)


Box ADD 44 Headmistress' Report to Board of Trustees: Margaret Johnson (November 1984)


Box ADD 44 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (August 1970)


Box ADD 44 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (Sept-Oct 1970)


Box ADD 44 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (Nov-Dec 1970)


Box ADD 44 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (Jan 1971)


Box ADD 44 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (Feb 1971)


Box ADD 44 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (March-April 1971)


Box ADD 44 Reports of the Chairman to the Board of Trustees (1971-1972)



Box ADD 45 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (March-April 1971)


Box ADD 45 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (April-May 1971)


Box ADD 45 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (May-June 1971)


Box ADD 45 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (June-March 1972)


Box ADD 45 Correspondence & legal Documents re: founding of Bogazicic University (June-September 1971)


Box ADD 45 Establishment of Bosphorus University (Aug 1971-Sept 1971)


Box ADD 45 Establishment of Bosphorus University (Sept 1971)


Box ADD 45 Establishment of Bosphorus University (Oct 1971-June 1972)


Box ADD 45 Establishment of Bosphorus University (incl. Development Plan, 1971-1972) (June 1971-Nov 1972 1976), 1972


Box ADD 45 Reports from the Chairman to Board of Trustees (1970-1971)


Box ADD 45 Ad Hoc Committee: Looking into costs of the Merged Lycee (1971)


Box ADD 45 Ad Hoc Committee: Looking into costs of the Merged Lycee: (1972)



Box ADD 46 Establishment of Bosphorus University (July 1971)


Box ADD 46 Summary Contribution Reports and Memos (1969-1972)


Box ADD 46 Establishment of Bosphorus University (incl. proposed "Law of Bosphorus University" (Jan-July 1971)


Box ADD 46 Memoranda to Board of Trustees (Lawrence, page) re: Reorganization of RC (1971)


Box ADD 46 "Correspondence with the Field" to/from Everton, Chalfont, Page (1971)


Box ADD 46 "Correspondence with the Field" with Everton, Chalfont, Aptullah Kuran (1971)


Box ADD 46 "Correspondence with the Field" incl. correspondence with Everton (1971)


Box ADD 46 "Correspondence with the Field" with Everton, Aptullah Kuran, Chalfont (1971-1972)


Box ADD 46 "Correspondence with the Field" with Chalfont, Page


Box ADD 46 "Correspondence with the Field" to/from Everton, Page (1971)


Box ADD 46 Lawrence-Everton Correspondence (1969-1970) (1 of 3 Folders)



Box ADD 47 Lawrence-Everton Correspondence (1969-1970) (2-3 of 3 Folders)


Box ADD 47 Development Committee: Memos, Reports, Correspondence (1966-1970)


Box ADD 47 Development Committee: Correspondence, Memos, Reports (1970) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 47 Development Committee: Memoranda, reports, Correspondence, (1971) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 47 Trustee Development Committee Material: Correspondence, Memoranda (1977 1981)



Box ADD 48 Development committee materials (1982-1972 not inclusive)


Box ADD 48 Resolutions on Trustee deaths (1976 1979)


Box ADD 48 Lawrence's Situation Reports (1971)


Box ADD 48 Lawrence's Situation Reports (1970-1971)


Box ADD 48 Jane Page's Situation Reports (1970-1975)


Box ADD 48 Trustee's Agenda and Minutes (1972)


Box ADD 48 Ad Hoc Cost Committee Reports (1972)


Box ADD 48 Trustees' Agenda and Minutes (1971)


Box ADD 48 Memos, reports and correspondence from N.Y. Office (1973)


Box ADD 48 Memoranda by laws re: Reorganization of R.C. (1968-1970)


Box ADD 48 "Committee of Three"-Ad Hoc Implementation committee re:


Box ADD 48 Reorganization of RC-memos, correspondence (1971)


Box ADD 48 Annual Report for A.I.D. (1973-1974)


Box ADD 48 J.C.C.F.-Selection of Director


Box ADD 48 Selection of Director for Jane Coffins Child Memorial Fund for Medical Research (1975)



Box ADD 49 RC Alumni Contributors to the 125th Year Book and Art Exhibit (May 13-May 27, 1989)


Box ADD 49 Heritage Room


Box ADD 49 Planning Committee Papers (March-Sept 1969)


Box ADD 49 Notes on Planning Comm. Meetings-Washington, NY & Istanbul & Exhibits I of II


Box ADD 49 Notes on Planning Comm. Meetings-Washington, NY & Istanbul & Exhibits II of II


Box ADD 49 Summary of principal topics for Trustees planning comm. & Memos (1969)


Box ADD 49 Marjory Hyde Bond Book-Minutes & Interviews in the USA


Box ADD 49 Norton Report: Planning Committee-May, 1967


Box ADD 49 Planning Committee (1966-1967) (2 Folders)



Box ADD 50 Planning Committee-Dorr Memo (1967)


Box ADD 50 Planning Committee-Statement by Alfred Ogden (October 1969)


Box ADD 50 Planning Committee (April-June 1967)


Box ADD 50 Turkish Ministry of Education-Educational Reform (1971) I of II


Box ADD 50 Witt Report-Audiovisual Instruction


Box ADD 50 Petersen Task Force Report (1970-1971)


Box ADD 50 Peat, Marwick Mitchell & Co (1971)


Box ADD 50 Nystrom Report


Box ADD 50 Northrop Report-Secondary Math Study


Box ADD 50 Newsom Report


Box ADD 50 MacPhail Report-, April 28, 1969


Box ADD 50 Hennessey Report


Box ADD 50 Finch Report


Box ADD 50 Foshay, Dr. Arthur W., 1972-Consultant


Box ADD 50 Sherrill Cleland Report (May 1970)


Box ADD 50 Bartlett Report (June 1970)


Box ADD 50 Planning Committee: Sparks Report-March, 1969


Box ADD 50 Planning Committee: Space Studies



Box ADD 51 Ford Foundation Files:


Box ADD 51 English Language-Teaching Equipment-Grant #1 (28 Feb, 1962)


Box ADD 51 English Language-Teaching Materials-Reports on Grant #2


Box ADD 51 English Language-Teaching Textbooks-Grant #3, 4/28/1966


Box ADD 51 Reports on Grant #3


Box ADD 51 English Language-Teaching Textbook-Grant #4 62-174C, 5/27/1968


Box ADD 51 Operating Expense Grant


Box ADD 51 Teacher Recruitment Program (Dean Travel Grant)


Box ADD 51 English Language Teaching Textbooks and additional equipment Reports On Grant #4


Box ADD 51 Grants #690-0654-Financing Planning Consultants


Box ADD 51 Grants#700-0020-Research and Undergraduate Teaching in Economics


Box ADD 51 (Proposal, Grant and Correspondence)


Rockefeller Foundation Files:


Box ADD 51 General


Box ADD 51 Vote on Release of 5% of Rockefeller Funds, 1969


Box ADD 51 Correspondence


Box ADD 51 Turkish Faculty Training Fellowships #RF56187 (Reports)


Box ADD 51 Turkish Faculty Training Fellowships #RF56187 (Letters)


Box ADD 51 Humanities Project Grant #58065


Box ADD 51 Humanities Project Grant #58065 (Reports)


Box ADD 51 Proposal-Columbia University/RC Business School-Rockefeller Brothers Fund


Box ADD 51 Turkish Faculty Training Fellowships #RF56187


Box ADD 51 Business Management Proposal


Box ADD 51 Rockefeller Brothers Fund-RC School of Bus. Adm. & Economics



Box ADD 52 Rockefeller Brothers Fund-RC Schools of Bus. Adm. & Economics Proposal


Box ADD 52 Annual and Quarterly Reports, etc.-Rockefeller Foundation


Box ADD 52 Grace H. Dodge Fund


Box ADD 52 Dodge Foundation Gift


Box ADD 52 Mrs. Sarah Dodge Gift


Box ADD 52 Dodge Family Gift


Box ADD 52 Anne T. Case Memorial Fund


Box ADD 52 John C. Case-Turkish Travel Fellow


Box ADD 52 Chase Manhattan International Foundation


Box ADD 52 Estate of Cornelis Beets


Box ADD 52 Estate of Amy Briggs Baldwin


Box ADD 52 The Grant Foundation-Reports R. Academy Comm. Rep. Program


Box ADD 52 Grant Foundation-Play center and Child study project (Proposal and correspondence)


Box ADD 52 American Machine and Foundry Co. AMF Foundation


Box ADD 52 Press Releases-Formation of Bogazici


Box ADD 52 Annual Giving Gift Analysis Report


Box ADD 52 Warner Pomerene


Box ADD 52 Lee Fonger Library Fund #122-9033 (1971)



Box ADD 53 Turkish Educational Foundation


Box ADD 53 AKC Fund


Box ADD 53 Estate of James Lawrence


Box ADD 53 Palmer, Caroline Damon (Trust For)


Box ADD 53 Lilly, Endowment Inc.


Box ADD 53 Weller Foundation


Box ADD 53 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation


Box ADD 53 Estate of Frank P. Sheppard


Box ADD 53 Estate of Sarah Stone Miller


Box ADD 53 The Singer Company Foundation


Box ADD 53 The Rubicon Foundation


Box ADD 53 Estate of Eleanor S. Upton


Box ADD 53 Etna Martin Craft Trust (from Elizabeth Dodge Huntington)


Box ADD 53 Vella & Dudley Templeton Memorial Fund


Box ADD 53 Mrs. Thomas J. Watson Foundation


Box ADD 53 Estate of Henry A. Wolsdorf


Box ADD 53 Caleb C. and Julian W. Dula Educational and Charitable Foundation


Box ADD 53 Thomas H. Huntington Trust


Box ADD 53 Papazian (Andon)


Box ADD 53 Estate of Elbis Papazian (1965-1968)


Box ADD 53 Correspondence: Arthur B./John W. Emmons Trust Funds (1956-1957)


Box ADD 53 Correspondence: Emmons Trust Funds (1958-1961)


Box ADD 53 Correspondence: Emmons Trust Funds (1961-1965)


Box ADD 53 Estate of Alphild Yesim


Box ADD 53 Records Relating to the Estate of Alphid Yesim (1975-1978)


Box ADD 53 Estate of Katherine Brownell


Box ADD 53 Estate of Sprio K. Kostof


Box ADD 53 Foundations-General Correspondence


Box ADD 53 Contributions to the Building Fund (1985-1989)



Box ADD 54 RC/Henninger Financial Reports (1975-1982)


Box ADD 54 RC/Henninger Application for AID Grants (1979-1981)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Transfer Documents: Power of Attorney (1971)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Supporting Documents: Land Transfer (1971)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Correspondence: Reorganization of RC; Land Transfer (1971-1973)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1973-1974)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Land Development and Taxes (1973-1974)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Title Deeds (1972)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Memoranda re: Transfer or Property (1971 1974-1975)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Sale of Excess Lands: Memoranda, Legal Documents (1970-1974)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden "The Triangle" Land Transfer - Legal Documents, Memoranda, Correspondence (1973-1979)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Legal Opinions: Correspondence, Memos, Excerpts (1965-1970)


Box ADD 54 RC/Ogden Records re: Settlement with Mary Ward Kerby



Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Records Relating to AIRCO Retirement Fund for Faculty (1967-1974)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Records Relation to AIRCO Retirement Fund for Faculty (1974-1976)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Supporting Documents re: Bosphorus University, Protocol or Memorandum of Understanding (1970-1971)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Court Order: Bebek Campus (1971)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Board of Regents: Correspondence (1971)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Constitutional Court Filing re: Civil Engineers Diplomas (1971)


Box ADD 55 A.I.D. Grant Correspondence and Document (1971)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Hisar Foundation Official Documents (1970)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memoranda re: Merger with ACG (1957-1958)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memoranda re: Merger with ACG (1958)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Certification of Incorporation (1959)


Box ADD 55 RC/Ogden Reorganization of RC: Protocol of Understanding (1971)



Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden General Correspondence and Memoranda (1972-1976)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden General Correspondence and Memoranda (1976-1979)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden General Correspondence and Memoranda (1979-1985)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memos: 100th Anniversary (1963)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memos: 100th Anniversary (1962)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memos: 100th Anniversary (1962)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memos: 100th Anniversary (1962)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memos: 100th Anniversary (1961-1962)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Memos, Correspondence re: "Future of the College" (1970)


Box ADD 56 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Memos re: "Future of the College" (1970-1971)



Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Termination and Retirement Fund (1979-1980)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Unexpected Plant Funds (1979-1981)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger RC Endowment Funds; Aetna Warbury Investment Management (1982)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Fiscal Year Reports (1976-1978)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Fiscal Year Reports (1979)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Hisar Foundation (1974-1976)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Pensions, Benefits, Contracts (1975-1982)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Fiscal Year Reports (1980)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Fiscal Year Reports (1981-1982)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger RC Expatriate Taxation (1977)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger RC Expatriate Taxation (1977-1981)


Box ADD 57 RC/Henninger Budget (1976-1980)



Box ADD 58 RC/Henninger Budgets (1975-1982)


Box ADD 58 RC/Henninger Correspondence with Arthur Andersen & Co. (1976-1982)


Box ADD 58 RC/Henninger Lira Barrowing Hanover Trust Co.'s Statements (1975-1978)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1962 May - August)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1962 April - May)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1962 June - September)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1963 January - April)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1963 July - May)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1963 October - July)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1961 May)


Box ADD 58 RC/Ogden Correspondence, Includes Hazen, G. Morris (March - April 1961)



Box ADD 59 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1961 August - October)


Box ADD 59 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1961 June - July)


Box ADD 59 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1961 November - December)


Box ADD 59 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1962 January - March)


Box ADD 59 Report and Correspondence re: "Request to Sell a Piece of Land [on Arnavutkoy Campus] for a U.S. Consular Residence" (1973-1979)


Box ADD 59 Correspondence re: Turkish Taxes on Land and Buildings (1972-1977)


Box ADD 59 Building Renovations and Permits, 1983


Box ADD 59 Plant Survey (1984)


Box ADD 59 Çambel Property (1989)


Box ADD 59 Power of Attorney -, May 15, 1991


Box ADD 59 Legal Counsel (Turkey) - Vakur Versan and Tayar Callu, 1969-1972


Box ADD 59 Legal Counsel (Robert College) - Ertugal Ceylan, 1973-1981



Box ADD 60 Legal Counsel (Washington, D.C.) - Steptoe and Johnson, 1969-1974


Box ADD 60 Legal Counsel (Washington, D.C.) - Steptoe and Johnson, 1975-1982


Box ADD 60 Huntington Property (Transfer to Hisar Vakt.) (1975)


Box ADD 60 Lawsuits Brought Against RC/ACG by Students


Box ADD 60 Powers of Attorney:


Box ADD 60 Invest Account Documents (Kidder Peabody/Webster Management)


Box ADD 60 Alexander and Green Study on Restricted Endowment Funds, 1964


Box ADD 60 Cy Pres Proceedings for Charles M. Hall Fund, 1971


Box ADD 60 Miscellaneous Regarding Huntington Property Transfer



Box ADD 61 Charges Related to the Huntington Property


Box ADD 61 Correspondence from Alfred Ogden II


Box ADD 61 Correspondence from Tricia Staab


Box ADD 61 Death Certificate for Huntington Property


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1963 December - October)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1964 January - April)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1965 January - June)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1965 July - November)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1964 May - December)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence ( 1965-1966 October - January), 1965-1966 October


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1966 February - March)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1966 March - December)


Box ADD 61 RC/Ogden Correspondence (1967 January - May)



Box ADD 62 RC/Ogden:


Box ADD 62 General Correspondence (1971-1974)


Box ADD 62 General Correspondence (1974-1976)


Box ADD 62 General Correspondence (1976-1980)


Box ADD 62 General Correspondence re: tax exemption, reorganization of exec. committee (1966-1968)


Box ADD 62 Minutes of the Field Operations Committee (1966-1967)


Box ADD 62 Correspondence re: Reorganization of R.C. (1971)


Box ADD 62 Correspondence (1974-1977)


Box ADD 62 Funds not examined to N.E.G.A. Resolutions (1964)


Box ADD 62 Exhibit to preliminary report on certain funds: Wills (1964) (4 Folders)


Box ADD 62 Second Set of Exhibits to preliminary report on certain funds: wills and testaments (1964)


Box ADD 62 Second Set of Exhibits to preliminary report on certain funds:


Box ADD 62 Correspondence & wills (1964)


Box ADD 62 Sworn trustee consent re: Amendment of RC charter (1972-1973)


Box ADD 62 Approval forms re: Charter amendment (1972)


Box ADD 62 Memoranda re: Not-for-Profit corporation law (1972-1973)


Box ADD 62 Act of Incorporation: Amendment to Charter (1973)



Box ADD 63 RC/Ogden:


Box ADD 63 Memoranda re: Amendment to Charter (1972-1973)


Box ADD 63 Correspondence re: Amendment of RC Charter (1972-1977)


Box ADD 63 "Miscellaneous": bills and resolutions (1968-1971)


Box ADD 63 Geoffrey Wolf re: unpaid loan (1963-1965)


Box ADD 63 Tax Ruling (1964-1968)


Box ADD 63 Lucille Strongham disputes re: termination of employment (1973)


Box ADD 63 Status of resident or non-resident alien re: F.I.C.A. and U.S. income tax (1963-1965)


Box ADD 63 Chalfont-Power of Attorney (1968-1972)


Box ADD 63 Pooled Income Fund: Warner M. Pomerene (1971)


Box ADD 63 Pension for Turks (1966-1968)


Box ADD 63 Records re: Merger with ACG (1958) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 63 Petition to the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. Reflects transfer of the Bebek campus to the Republic of Turkey (1971)


Box ADD 63 Jane Wright File: 1958, 1965, 1970, 1958, 1965, 1970


Box ADD 63 Jane Wright File, 1970



Box ADD 64A Robert College-Financial Records:


Box ADD 64A Funds/Scholarships (1 File)

File was broken down into several folders during the digitization process.



Box ADD 64B Funds/Scholarships (1 File)

File was broken down into several folders during the digitization process.


Box ADD 64B Estates (2 Files)

File was broken down into several folders during the digitization process.



Box ADD 65 Building and Real Estate Records


Box ADD 65 Wills and Testaments


Box ADD 65 Personal Records (misc.)


Box ADD 65 Law/Certificate of Reinstatement


Box ADD 65 (8/17/56)/Copyrights/Trustees/Merger



Box ADD 66 RC/Lawrence:


Box ADD 66 Correspondence, Memoranda from Board of Trustees, RC administrators (1959-1960)


Box ADD 66 Reports, Correspondence, Memoranda to Board of Trustees (1961)


Box ADD 66 Correspondence, Memoranda to Trustees from N.Y. Office, R.C. administrators (1962-3)


Box ADD 66 Correspondence, Memoranda from Ogden, Malin, N.Y. Office (1963)


Box ADD 66 Memoranda, reports re: Private Schools' Bill (1963-1964)


Box ADD 66 Correspondence, Memoranda from NY Office, Trustees, re: Private Schools (1964)


Box ADD 66 Trustees' memoranda, reports (1964)


Box ADD 66 Trustees' reports, memoranda (1964)


Box ADD 66 Trustees' Minutes, reports, memoranda, incl. Malin, NY Office (1964)


Box ADD 66 Trustees' Correspondence, Memoranda, incl. memos from Malin (1964)


Box ADD 66 Trustees' Reports, minutes, memoranda (1965)


Box ADD 66 Trustees memoranda, minutes, incl. reports from Bond, Simpson (1965)


Box ADD 66 Trustees' Reports, memoranda, minutes, incl. info re: A.I.D.


Box ADD 66 Security clearance (1965)


Box ADD 66 Search Committee for President (1964-1965)



Box ADD 67 English Program: "Time" Magazines (1991)


Box ADD 67 Curriculum-Lise Curriculum (December 1, 1994)


Box ADD 67 Curriculum


Box ADD 67 Outreach Report-November, 2003


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-1992


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-1993


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-1994


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-1995


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-1998


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-2003


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp report-February, 2006


Box ADD 67 Summer Camp-General Info


Box ADD 67 New Buildings Discussions 86-88


Box ADD 67 Job Description of Headmaster


Box ADD 67 Articles about RC


Box ADD 67 Model U.N.


Box ADD 67 Alumni/ae and Awards (RC and ACG)


Box ADD 67 Alumni/ae-statistical information


Box ADD 67 Alumnae-ACG


Box ADD 67 RC Alumni Attending U.S. Universities (1979-Present)



Box ADD 68 Historical Items of Interest-Brochures


Box ADD 68 Child Study Center


Box ADD 68 Heritage Committee-Minutes (October 17,1996)


Box ADD 68 Friendly Fund (RC Scholarships USA)


Box ADD 68 RC: Headmaster's Report-Harry A. Dawe (1991)


Box ADD 68 RC: Headmaster's Report-Benjamin D. Williams (October 1992)


Box ADD 68 RC: Headmaster's Report-Benjamin D. Williams (February 1993)


Box ADD 68 RC: Headmaster's Report-Christopher Wadsworth (November 1993)


Box ADD 68 Headmaster's Report (November 1993 and February 1994), 1993


Box ADD 68 RC: Headmaster's Report-Christopher Wadsworth (February 1994 June 1994 November 1994), 1994 June, 1994 November


Box ADD 68 RC: Headmaster's Report-Christopher Wadsworth (Jan 1995)


Box ADD 68 Headmaster's Report (November 1995)


Box ADD 68 Theater/Drama Curriculum


Box ADD 68 ALA-Seft Contract


Box ADD 68 Philosophy-School Philosophy


Box ADD 68 University Acceptances


Box ADD 68 Direct Entry


Box ADD 68 Direct Admissions Tests (1990)


Box ADD 68 Ministry of Education-Ankara


Box ADD 68 Extracurricular Activities


Box ADD 68 Eyp Quilt (March 1999)



Box ADD 69 RC/Robert Hardy:


Box ADD 69 Hardy, Robert S.


Box ADD 69 Yorgi Sitaras (Scholarship student) (1953-1954)


Box ADD 69 Acting Academic Vice President-Correspondence (1968-1969)


Box ADD 69 Correspondence (1969)


Box ADD 69 RC/Robert Hardy (1969)


Box ADD 69 Correspondence (1970)


Box ADD 69 Scholarships from Sofia American College, Inc.


Box ADD 69 ACG, 1958


Box ADD 69 General Correspondence (1959-1962)


Box ADD 69 General Correspondence (1963-1964)


RC/Lawrence:


Box ADD 69 Trustees' memoranda, reports, minutes, incl. info re: selection of Dwight Simpson (1965)


Box ADD 69 Trustees' memoranda, minutes, incl. reports from Simpson, Bond (1965) (3 Folders)


Box ADD 69 Audit reports, budget (1965)


Box ADD 69 Trustees' memoranda, minutes (1966)


Box ADD 69 Trustees' memoranda, minutes, incl. reports from Bond, Simpson (1966)



Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, reports from Bond, Simpson (1966)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' memoranda, minutes, re: appointment of acting President Howard Hall (1966-1967)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' memoranda, minutes, incl. info re: search for president (1967)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' memoranda, minutes (1967)


Box ADD 70 Budgets (1967-1968)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda (1968)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, reports from Bond (1968)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, reports from Bond, Everton (1968)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' memoranda, minutes, reports from Bond (1968)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, incl. info re: RC's financial crisis (1968-1969)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, incl. reports from Bond (1968)


Box ADD 70 Budgets (1968)


Box ADD 70 Memos/correspondence to/from NY office: confidential


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, incl. reports from Everton/Bond (1969) (3 Folders)


Box ADD 70 Trustees' minutes, memoranda (1969)



Box ADD 71 Trustee minutes, memoranda, info re: Reorganization of RC (1969-1970)


Box ADD 71 Reports to trustees from the chairman (1970-)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' memoranda, minutes, info re: reorganization of RC (1970)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, Bond, Everton reports, re: reorganization of RC (1970)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, re: reorganization of RC (1970) (4 Folders)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, re: reorganization of RC (1971)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, correspondence (1971)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' minutes, memoranda, reports: info re: reorganization of RC (1971)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' memoranda, correspondence, reports from Rose, Chalfont (1972)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' memoranda, minutes; reports from Rose, Chalfont (1971-1972)


Box ADD 71 Trustees' memoranda, correspondence, reports from Rose, Chalfont (1972-1973)


RC/New York Office:


Box ADD 71 Trustees' memoranda, correspondence (1973-1974)



Box ADD 72 Land and Buildings:


Box ADD 72 Space study and Remodeling Proposals for merged school on Arnavutkoy Campus (1969-1971)


Box ADD 72 NY board of regents (Univ. of the State of NY) (1970-1971)


Box ADD 72 "Study of Areas on Arnavutkoy Campus Suitable for Development," (1973)


Box ADD 72 Air-inflated Structures, (1974)


Box ADD 72 Correspondence re: deeds, properties (1909-1957)


Box ADD 72 Land Deeds


Box ADD 72 Misc. Correspondence re land acquisition (1870s-1930s)


Box ADD 72 Triangle property (1968-1983)


Box ADD 72 Campus boundary dispute (1950s)


Box ADD 72 Child Study Center (incl. plans) (1959)


Box ADD 72 Description of RC and ACG properties, manner of acquisition, map (bound) (1920s)


Box ADD 72 Correspondence: "Land of Robert College Excess to Educational Needs and Tax Exemption for Hisar Foundation" (1970s)



Box ADD 73 Correspondence re Law 625


Box ADD 73 Annual Reports of the Trustees to the Regents of the University of the State of NY (1899-1904)


Box ADD 73 Annual Reports of the Trustees to the Regents of the University of the State of NY (1905-1908)


Box ADD 73 Annual Certificate, Inventory and Affidavit of the Trustees (1885 1886, 1887 1888), 1886, 1887


Box ADD 73 Annual Certificate, Inventory and Affidavit of the Trustees (18880 1890 1898), 1890


Box ADD 73 Robert College Seal (photostat)


Box ADD 73 English translation of Law 625 governing Private Educational Institutions of Turkey (June 8, 1965)


Box ADD 73 English translation of Law 625 as amended (June 6, 1983)


Box ADD 73 Act by Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Incorporate American College for Girls (1890)


Box ADD 73 Amendments to Act of Incorporation to remove requirement that members of the Board be Directors of the Women's Board of Missions (1906)


Box ADD 73 Act by Commonwealth of Massachusetts to incorporate the Trustees of the American College for Girls at Constantinople (March 11, 1908)


Box ADD 73 Act of Commonwealth of Massachusetts to change name from Trustees of the American College for Girls at Constantinople to Trustees of the American College (December 15, 1932)


Box ADD 73 U.S. Treasury Department (1954)



Box ADD 74 By-laws as amended (June 21, 1979)


Box ADD 74 By-laws as amended (May 23 1990)


Box ADD 74 By-laws as amended (May 22, 1991)


Box ADD 74 Various Turkish Government Permits and papers regarding the Department of Public Instruction


Box ADD 74 Photographs of Documents from Turkish Government


Box ADD 74 Lausanne Treaty-Correspondence re Treaty 1969-1972 (August 6, 1923), 1969-1972


Box ADD 74 Agreements governing transfer of Bebek campus to Government of Turkey (1971)


Box ADD 74 Documents re RC and ACG exemption from "certain taxes imposed under the Turkish Tax Law" (1953)


Box ADD 74 Documents re Duty-Free Status for Robert College in Turkey (1970s)


Box ADD 74 Bill passed by Grand National Assembly, establishing Bosphorus University (June 3, 1971)


Box ADD 74 Legal status of Robert College property in Turkey (1973)


Box ADD 74 Amendment to Consolidate the Trustees of RC of Istanbul and the Trustees of ACG ( December 18, 1959 #7577), December 18, 1959


Box ADD 74 Correspondence: Charter Amendment to reflect that RC no longer operates a Yuksek (1972-1973)


Box ADD 74 Legal Correspondence (1990-)


Box ADD 74 Constitution (1800s)


Box ADD 74 Constitution as amended (1896)


Box ADD 74 Constitution as amended (1931)


Box ADD 74 Constitution as amended (1937)


Box ADD 74 Constitution as amended (March 31, 1965)


Box ADD 74 Incorporation of RC of Constantinople by Act of Legislature of the State of New York Certificate of Incorporation (Xerox) (Feb 19, 1864)


Box ADD 74 Act of NY State Legislature authorizing the Syrian Protestant College and the Trustees of RC of Constantinople to take and hold real and personal estate (May 4, 1864)


Box ADD 74 Act of NY State Legislature to authorize the Trustees of RC of Constantinople amend its certificate of incorporation (May 19, 1896)


Box ADD 74 Amendments to increase the number of Trustees from 6 to 9


Box ADD 74 Amendment to increase the authorized membership of the Board of Trustees of RC to 15 Board of Regents) (Oct 18, 1923 #3300), 1923


Box ADD 74 Amendment to change the name of the corporation to the Trustees of RC of Constantinople (Feb 15, 1946 #5204), 1946


Box ADD 74 Amendment to change the number of trustees of the Corporation from 15 to not more than 25, nor less than 5 (Jan 28, 1949 #5685), 1949


Box ADD 74 Amendment to change the number of Trustees of the Corporation to not more than 48 nor less than 12, the majority of whom with their successors shall be native born citizens of the USA (Jan 22, 1959 #7384), 1959


Box ADD 74 Constitution as amended (Nov 24, 1958)


Box ADD 74 Resolution re restructuring of Board of Trustees (May 12, 1967)



Box ADD 75 RC Quarterly Robert College Alumni Magazine (ca. Fall 1989-Spring 1995)


Box ADD 75 Constantinople Women's College Bulletin of Information (1927-8, 1931-2)


Box ADD 75 Constantinople Woman's College President's Report/Bulletin (1918-1924)


Box ADD 75 Constantinople Woman's College President's Report/Bulletin (1924-1930)


Box ADD 75 Robert College (Yuksek Okulu) Catalogue (1962-3, 1963-4)


Box ADD 75 Robert College (Yuksek Okulu) Catalogue (1967-8, 1968-9)



Box ADD 76 Miscellaneous Publications of Robert College


RC/NY Office:


Box ADD 76 Educational Policy Re: Tenure/Sabbatical/Appointments (1964)


Box ADD 76 Correspondence, Memoranda re: AID Security Clearance Controversy (1964-1965)


Box ADD 76 Law Governing Private Schools (1965)


Box ADD 76 Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenures Proposal (1966)


Box ADD 76 Correspondence, Memoranda re: Academic Freedom and Tenure (1967-1968)


Box ADD 76 RC Historical: Mainly Correspondence to Jane Page, Memos Leading to Merger (1967-1977)


Box ADD 76 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of Robert College – Correspondence, Minutes, Memos (Jan-March 1970)


Box ADD 76 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (April 1970)


Box ADD 76 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (May – June 1970)


Box ADD 76 Materials Relating to the Reorganization of RC (June – July 1970)


Box ADD 76 Investment Committee (1973-1975)


Box ADD 76 Investment Committee (1976-1979)


Box ADD 76 Investment Committee (1980)



Box ADD 77 Investment Committee (1980)


Box ADD 77 Planning Committee Reports and Correspondence Relating Thereto (1969-1970)


Box ADD 77 Nominating Committee for Trustees: Correspondence, Memoranda (1970)


Box ADD 77 "Exhibits I, II, III" re: Constitutional Court Merging, RC-ACG Merger (1971)


Box ADD 77 Nominating Committee for Trustees: Correspondence to/from Jane Page (1970-1973)


Box ADD 77 Margory Boyd Revised Trustee List (November 1969)


Box ADD 77 Trustees Planning Committee Meeting (1969)


Box ADD 77 Nominating Committee for Trustees (1973-1974)


Box ADD 77 Profile of Robert College: 1952-1972 (including ACG), 1952-1972


Box ADD 77 Foshay's Report and Correspondence (1972)


Box ADD 77 RC Financial: Income & Expense (1972-1976)


Box ADD 77 Fiscal/Audit (1977-1978)



Box ADD 78 The University of the State of New York: Relations with RC (1962-1966)


Box ADD 78 The University of the State of New York: Bureau of Statistical Services (1965-1967)


Box ADD 78 Report of the Near East College Association: James L. Brainerd (1967)


Box ADD 78 Chadbourne-Gilpatrick Survey (1967)


Box ADD 78 Richard Robinson Survey (1967)


Box ADD 78 McPhail Reports (1968-1969)


Box ADD 78 Report on Task Force on International Developmental Assistance & Education (1969)


Box ADD 78 Peterson Presidential Task Force: Correspondence and Information: RC and International Development (1969-1970)


Box ADD 78 Reports of Educational Review Committees re: RC/ACG (1968-1969)


Box ADD 78 Committee Report re: School of Science & Language (1969)


Box ADD 78 Committee Report re: School of Business Administration & Economics (1969)


Box ADD 78 Studgard Reports Re: Engineering School (1968-1969)


Box ADD 78 Semi-Annual Report Program (January 1970-June 1970)


Box ADD 78 Semi-Annual Program Report (July 1970-December 1970)



Box ADD 79 RC/Rose: Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co: "RC in Istanbul: The Future of the Merged Lycee" (1971)


Box ADD 79 RC/NY Office: "A Brief Look at American Secondary Schools," Jams Maggart, Edward Webster (1973)


Box ADD 79 RC/NY Office: Annual Report (Nov 1973 – Oct 1974), 1973


RC/Lawrence:


Box ADD 79 "Correspondence with Field" – Everton-Lawrence Correspondence (1970)


Box ADD 79 "Correspondence with the Field" – Everton Correspondence (1971)


Box ADD 79 "Correspondence with the Field" – Everton Correspondence (1970)


Box ADD 79 "Correspondence with the Field" – Everton Correspondence (1970)


RC/Jim Lawrence:


Box ADD 79 Correspondence between John Chalfort and NY Office (1973-1974)


Box ADD 79 Correspondence, John Chalfort to NY Office (1974-1975)


Box ADD 79 Correspondence between NY Office and James Maggart/John Chalfort (1975-1980)


RC/Lawrence:


Box ADD 79 Retirement Fund Dilemma (1975-1976)


Box ADD 79 Trustees' Memoranda, Correspondence, Reports from Rose (1976-1977)


Box ADD 79 Trustees' Memoranda, Correspondence, Reports from Rose (1977-1979)


Box ADD 79 Future Needs and Developments Committee: "Ad Hoc," includes Simpson's "Plan for Improvement" (1955-1965)



Box ADD 80 Future Needs and Developments Committees: Minutes, Memoranda (1966-1977)


Box ADD 80 Washington Committee – Correspondence, Memoranda (1967-1970)


Box ADD 80 Washington Committee – Correspondence, Memoranda (1970)


RC/NY Office:


Box ADD 80 Washington Committee – Correspondence, Memoranda (1970)


RC/Lawrence:


Box ADD 80 Washington Committee: Includes Lawrence, Page Correspondence with AID (1972-1973)


Box ADD 80 Washington Committee: Includes RC-AID Correspondence (1973)



Box ADD 81 Washington Committee, includes AID-RC correspondence (1975)


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Planning Committee and 1967 "Report of Planning Committee" (1967-1968), 1967


RC/Jim Lawrence:


Box ADD 81 Planning Committee (1968-1969)


RC/Lawrence:


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Planning Committee: reports, memos (1968-1969)


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Planning Committee: memos, reports (1969)


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Agenda and Minutes (1969-1970)


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Agenda and Minutes (1970)


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Agenda and Minutes (1970)


Box ADD 81 Trustees' Agenda and Minutes (1971)



Box ADD 82 Grants and Fees, Boardgiving (1977)


Box ADD 82 Policies on Teacher Contracts (1972)


Box ADD 82 Correspondence, includes Page, Lawrence (1972)


Box ADD 82 Reports re: Purpose, Development of RC (1981)


Box ADD 82 Yearend Reports (1981-1982)


Box ADD 82 Yearend Reports, includes Webster Management Reports (1981-1982)


Box ADD 82 RC/Jim Lawrence: AIRCO Pension Plan (1973-1974)


Box ADD 82 RC/Lawrence: Materials re: Securing of Appropriations for RC (1974-1975)


Box ADD 82 RC/Jim Lawrence: Alumni List (1972)


Box ADD 82 RC-ACG/Jim Lawrence: Fundraising Brochures (1950s-1970s)


RC-Lawrence:


Box ADD 82 Annual Reports of the Chairman – RC (Fundraising) (1973-1975)


Box ADD 82 "Robert College of Istanbul: Challenge of a New Century," Turkish Summary, T. Halman


Box ADD 82 "Challenge of a New Century" Turkish Translation (Campus) Typed: N.Y.


Box ADD 82 Accreditation Report--10 Year (1995)


Box ADD 82 Self-Evaluation Final (1994-95)


Box ADD 82 Accreditation: 10-Year Review (1995)


Box ADD 82 Accreditation: 10-Year Review (1992-93)


Box ADD 82 Accreditation: 10-Year Review "Part A" of Trustees Evaluation Five Yr. Review (1988)



Box ADD 83 NYSAIS Visiting Committee (1988)


Box ADD 83 One Yr. Report on Recommendations of Visiting Committee (6/84)


Box ADD 83 Self-Study Report: Part I (1983)


Box ADD 83 Self-Study Report: Part II (1983)


Box ADD 83 Evaluation & Accreditation


Box ADD 83 E.C.I.S.


Box ADD 83 Evaluation Study Committee



Box ADD 84 1983 E.C.I.S. Self-Study, 1983


Box ADD 84 Re: Evaluation


Box ADD 84 VHS: "The World of Robert College" Written & Narrated by Talat S. Halman


Box ADD 84 Hisar Vakif


Box ADD 84 Hisar Vakfi (Turkish Foundation)



Box ADD 85 Hisar Foundation


Box ADD 85 Hisar Vakfi (Turkish Foundation)


Box ADD 85 Fax Relating to the Huntington Property


Box ADD 85 Powers of Attorney for Huntington Property


Box ADD 85 Property Transferred to Hisar Educational Foundation


Box ADD 85 History – Marcia Stevens


Box ADD 85 Hisar Foundation


Box ADD 85 Kemer School--Hisar Foundation


Box ADD 85 1973 Agreement Between Trustees of RC and Hisar Vakfi, 1973


Box ADD 85 Land Transferred to RC/Vakif


Box ADD 85 Land, "Triangle" Land, Huntington Estate


Box ADD 85 Turkish Law #625 (1984)


Box ADD 85 Community School


Box ADD 85 Correspondence re: Termination of IIS Membership


Box ADD 85 Page, Childs, Warner: Second Follow-Up Memo to "Report on Archive Files Remaining on RC Campus"



Box ADD 86 Old Photographs:


Box ADD 86 Identified Photos


Box ADD 86 RC/ACG Theater/Music


Box ADD 86 RC Students Extracurricular/Sports


Box ADD 86 RC Students, Informal


Box ADD 86 RC Administrators, Faculty


Box ADD 86 RC Students at Work


Box ADD 86 ACG Faculty/Administrators


Box ADD 86 ACG Students, Informal (Alumnae)


Box ADD 86 ACG Negatives - Students at Work


Box ADD 86 ACG Extracurricular/Sports


Box ADD 86 RC/ACG Negatives – Trustees (1960s)


Box ADD 86 RC/ACG Trustees


Box ADD 86 RC/ACG Negatives – Language Lab


Box ADD 86 Computer Center


Box ADD 86 Robert College Post-1971


Box ADD 86 ACG - Campus


Box ADD 86 RC – Campus


Box ADD 86 RC – Post-1971 Campus, includes Gould Hall (color negatives)


Box ADD 86 Robert College Post-1971 Campus & Students



Box ADD 87 Old Photographs:


Box ADD 87 Trustees, Alumni/Friends – Adana, May 1985 – Izmir, 1985, May 1985, 1985


Box ADD 87 Trustees, 1980s – Istanbul – General, 1980s


Box ADD 87 Early Years – negs w/out originals (general)


Box ADD 87 Scutari Negative, 8x10 – made from print borrowed from Bettman Archives


Box ADD 87 Negatives without originals (made for December 1985 exhibit), December 1985


Box ADD 87 Negatives made from slides – The Irade, Halide Edip reading father's palm


Box ADD 87 Bebek and Early Years – Negatives from documents in the archives


Box ADD 87 RC Campus – Negatives made for December 1985 exhibit, December 1985


Box ADD 87 ACG – Gould Hall – Negatives made for December 1985 exhibit, December 1985


Box ADD 87 Xeroxes & photos from Bettman Archive made for December Exhibit


Box ADD 87 Negatives of photos taken by Grady Hobson


Box ADD 87 Negatives & photos, sent from Turkey by May Fincanci (December 1985)



Box ADD 88 Photographs:


Box ADD 88 School and Negatives


Box ADD 88 Campus and Calendar (1945)


Box ADD 88 Campus (incl. Bebek) and Negatives


Box ADD 88 Student Life/Activities


Box ADD 88 City/Campus/Aerial Views (1878 1905 1926), 1905


Box ADD 88 Group/Individual Portraits


Box ADD 88 Graduation Portraits (1937 1949 1963), 1949


Box ADD 88 Turkey (1985)


Box ADD 88 Dams and Waterworks (October 1967)


Box ADD 88 Hamlin Portrait (April 1993)


Box ADD 88 London Reception (January 1995)


Box ADD 88 Washington Reception (January 1995)


Box ADD 88 Colony Club, NYC (Trustee/Alumni Reception) (Nov 30, 1994)


Box ADD 88 Borden Furniture


Box ADD 88 Misc.-Artifacts, Exchange Students, Trees


Box ADD 88 Covers and stamps


Box ADD 88 Photos of Cistern (Nov 5, 1992)


Box ADD 88 Dining Pavileai-Mark and Nedret Butler Mimarlav


Box ADD 88 Hand-drawn plans


Box ADD 88 Alterations to Arnavutkoy Campus/1971 Report (1971)


Box ADD 88 Report with Special Reference to School of Business and Economics (Sept 20, 1967)


Box ADD 88 Proportioned Spatial Relationship Diagram (Library/Gould Hall) (1991)


Box ADD 88 Gould Bridge (Plans) (18 June, 1992)


Box ADD 88 Auditorium Plans and Sound System Specifications (1988)



Box ADD 89 New Auditorium-Gymnasium-Science Building (April 20, 1988) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 89 Science and Engineering Building-Scale Drawings and Specifications (Nov 20, 1958)


Box ADD 89 Science and Engineering Building-Preliminary Drawings (1958)



Box ADD 90 Preliminary Master Plan (Dec 20 1955)


Box ADD 90 Plans of School Buildings (Compiled 1990)


Box ADD 90 Master Plan for Buildings and Grounds (Oct 1992)


Box ADD 90 More Plans (August 1992)


Box ADD 90 Plans of School Buildings


Box ADD 90 Central Heating System of American Robert Lyce


Box ADD 90 Headmaster's Report-Benjamin D. Williams III (Jan/Feb 1993)


Box ADD 90 Headmaster's Report (Jan 1992 Jan 1995 May 1995), 1992, 1995 May


Box ADD 90 Publications & Magazines, Misc.


Box ADD 90 Trustee's Report from Jim Maggart (1978-1979)



Box ADD 91 Correspondence (ca. 1960) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 91 Chronology/Historical Facts for Alumni


Box ADD 91 American College for Girls, History and Speeches/Secretary's Report, Nov 15,, 1927


Box ADD 91 Hand-Made Publications


Box ADD 91 Publicity/News Articles (incl. Tansu Ciller)


Box ADD 91 List of articles re: Turkey's critics


Box ADD 91 Material taken from book of Gates Family Letters and Diaries


Box ADD 91 The World of Robert College (VHS-written and narrated by Talat S. Halman) (1986)

ADD Series III: Board of Trustees and Specific Committees



Box ADD 5 Investment Committee (1971-1972)


Box ADD 5 Executive Council of the Trustees: Meetings/Reports (1973)


Box ADD 5 Memoranda from Jane Page/Catherine Rose to Board Members (1973)


Box ADD 5 "Situation Reports" to the Board of Trustees from Catherine Rose and Jane Page (1973)


Box ADD 5 Board of Trustees-Minutes, Memoranda (1973)


Box ADD 5 Executive Committee, Ogden Minute (1974)


Box ADD 5 Minutes/Situation Reports (1972)


Box ADD 5 Minutes from Executive Committee; Investment Committee; A.I.D.


Box ADD 5 Report of Investment Committee (1972)


Box ADD 5 Executive Committee/Board Minutes; Report of Investment Committee (1972)


Box ADD 5 Distribution of Material: Trustee's Annual Reports (1971)


Box ADD 5 Distribution of Material: Letters/reports from N.Y. Office; Istanbul (December 1971)


Box ADD 5 Memoranda sent by Catherine Rose (1972)


Box ADD 5 End-of-year Report, Financial statement; Catherine Rose, Jane Page, Chairman (1972)


Box ADD 5 Correspondence/Reports, incl. Annual Report of Trustees, A.I.D. Report (1971)


Box ADD 5 Distribution of Material to Board: Minutes from Committee Meetings (1971)


Box ADD 5 Board of Trustees: Memoranda/Situation Reports/Minutes (1971)

ADD Series IV: Board of Trustees and Financial Documents



Box ADD 6 Soliciting Contributions, cover letter from James Lawrence (1971)


Box ADD 6 Minutes of Board /Executive Council/Situation Reports from Chairman (1971)


Box ADD 6 Memos/Minutes of Executive Committee, Cover letters from Rose/Lawrence (1971)


Box ADD 6 Memoranda, "Situation" Reports from Trustees (1971)


Box ADD 6 Correspondence with Thomas Pope, Controller (1971-1974)


Box ADD 6 Board of Trustees: Situation Reports, minutes, Memoranda (1970)


Box ADD 6 Memoranda to from Rose/Lawrence: Situation Reports, Financial Statements (1970)


Box ADD 6 Board of Trustees: Minutes, Reports, Memoranda, cover letters from Lawrence (1970)


Box ADD 6 Catherine Scott Rose: General Correspondence (1968-1978)


Box ADD 6 Helen White, Correspondence (1973) (2 Folders)


Box ADD 6 Correspondence to Helen White, Controller (1974)


Box ADD 6 Correspondence to Helen White, Controller (1974)

ADD Series V: Faculty Lists



Box ADD 10 Adamson, Dorothy


Box ADD 10 Adamson, Robert


Box ADD 10 Ainsworth,, Laurence P. (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Akgerman, Aydin


Box ADD 10 Akgor, Rhoda


Box ADD 10 Akyurek, Susan


Box ADD 10 Alemdar, Nigar


Box ADD 10 Altug, Erol


Box ADD 10 Altunbas, Joan


Box ADD 10 Anderson, Paul


Box ADD 10 Anthony, James W.


Box ADD 10 Arndt, Alice


Box ADD 10 Arndt, Robert


Box ADD 10 Arnold, Dennis


Box ADD 10 Artun, Cigdem


Box ADD 10 Ashover, Dorothy


Box ADD 10 Asner, Bernard


Box ADD 10 Asner, Luise K. (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Atakan, Nancy


Box ADD 10 Atalya, Nuket E.


Box ADD 10 Atay, Belinda


Box ADD 10 Atkinson, Polly P. (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Atkinson, Thomas H.


Box ADD 10 Austin, Susan


Box ADD 10 Backer, Jane E. (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Bailey, James M., Jr.


Box ADD 10 Baker, Barbara L.


Box ADD 10 Bakkalcioglu, Chantal (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Banck, Robert P.


Box ADD 10 Banister, Cheryl (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Banister, Michael E.


Box ADD 10 Barkanic, Stephen (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Barnes, Nelson R.


Box ADD 10 Barrett, Peter


Box ADD 10 Barry, Donald


Box ADD 10 Barry, Roxanne


Box ADD 10 Barry, William D.


Box ADD 10 Barstow, Leon E.


Box ADD 10 Basaran, Sumru


Box ADD 10 Beaudin, Suzanne F.


Box ADD 10 Beck, Anne T.


Box ADD 10 Beeley, Mary


Box ADD 10 Beets, Cornelis


Box ADD 10 Belknap, Bruce J.


Box ADD 10 Bell, Dixie L.


Box ADD 10 Bell, Donald A.


Box ADD 10 Bell, Graydon D.


Box ADD 10 Ben, Necla


Box ADD 10 Berkman, Mary


Box ADD 10 Berner, Robert F.


Box ADD 10 Bernhardt, David


Box ADD 10 Bernier, Henri


Box ADD 10 Berry Kenneth


Box ADD 10 Biersteker, Joseph J.


Box ADD 10 Biggers, Ursula


Box ADD 10 Blake, Ann B.


Box ADD 10 Blake, Wilson K.


Box ADD 10 Bleyler, Susan S.


Box ADD 10 Block, James


Box ADD 10 Bloor, Gillian


Box ADD 10 Boling, Glenn


Box ADD 10 Bond, Susan M. (London)


Box ADD 10 Boyce, Mattie


Box ADD 10 Bozhuyuk, Mehmet Emin


Box ADD 10 Bradley, Ruth


Box ADD 10 Brainerd, James


Box ADD 10 Bray, Douglas (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Bray, Susan (RCCS)


Box ADD 10 Breen, Martin C.


Box ADD 10 Brzozowski, Witold


Box ADD 10 Buchanan, Olive


Box ADD 10 Burrows, Edward L.


Box ADD 10 Burton, Belinda


Box ADD 10 Buskey, Frederick


Box ADD 10 Buskey, Pamela



Box ADD 11 Calkins, Costantia H.


Box ADD 11 Cameron, Robert (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Canli, Linda L.


Box ADD 11 Cano, Janet M.


Box ADD 11 Capre, Raymond


Box ADD 11 Capre, Sabine (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Carey, Anthony


Box ADD 11 Carlson, Robert S.


Box ADD 11 Carrell, Donna


Box ADD 11 Carrell, Lloyd


Box ADD 11 Carson, Michael J.


Box ADD 11 Casker, David E.


Box ADD 11 Chapman, John K.


Box ADD 11 Christensen, Robert


Box ADD 11 Christoe, Charles


Box ADD 11 Clark, Ronald


Box ADD 11 Chrysoyelos, Aglaia


Box ADD 11 Clarke, Rosamund


Box ADD 11 Clarke, Valerie J. (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Clarkson, John E.


Box ADD 11 Clement, Meredith O.


Box ADD 11 Coffey, Margaret


Box ADD 11 Collins, Barbara (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Collins, Douglas L.


Box ADD 11 Collins, Thomas J.


Box ADD 11 Coronis, Julia (Julie)


Box ADD 11 Corrie, Bruce


Box ADD 11 Cosma, Barbara J.


Box ADD 11 Crocker, Edwin L.


Box ADD 11 Crockett, Dr. George


Box ADD 11 Crowe, Nigel P.


Box ADD 11 Crowell, Julian


Box ADD 11 Crowell, Roberta (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Culp, Phyllis


Box ADD 11 Curcuru, Gerald


Box ADD 11 Dabanovich, Elizabeth


Box ADD 11 Damon, George


Box ADD 11 Davies, Peter


Box ADD 11 Davis, Brian E.


Box ADD 11 Davis, Thomas


Box ADD 11 Davis, Trudy


Box ADD 11 Dawe, Virginia P.


Box ADD 11 Day, Melvin H.


Box ADD 11 Demci, Jermen


Box ADD 11 Denicola, John


Box ADD 11 Derba, Victor


Box ADD 11 Dewey, Helen


Box ADD 11 Dewey, Richard H.


Box ADD 11 Diehl, Jocelyn


Box ADD 11 Donnelly, Margaret


Box ADD 11 Donahue, Patrick A.


Box ADD 11 Donohue, Mimi


Box ADD 11 Donohue, Robert J.


Box ADD 11 Donougher, Yvonne (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Downes, Donald C.


Box ADD 11 Downie, Norville M.


Box ADD 11 Downing, Bruce T.


Box ADD 11 Dunbar, Eileen


Box ADD 11 Dunbar, Terry F.


Box ADD 11 Dunlap, Richard M.


Box ADD 11 Dunn, Irving J.


Box ADD 11 Duren, Ann Scott


Box ADD 11 Durfee, William H.


Box ADD 11 Durst, Leon H.


Box ADD 11 Eames, William A.


Box ADD 11 Eastwood, Robert P.


Box ADD 11 Ebaugh, William C.


Box ADD 11 Eberly, Donald J.


Box ADD 11 Edmonds, Anna (RCCS)


Box ADD 11 Eells, James


Box ADD 11 Eisner, Bette


Box ADD 11 Elbow,, Matthew H.


Box ADD 11 Eldridge, Rodney W.


Box ADD 11 Elliott, Margaret J.


Box ADD 11 Ellis, Ellen D.


Box ADD 11 Ellison, Clifford


Box ADD 11 Emerson, Howard


Box ADD 11 Emerson, Mark F.


Box ADD 11 Emery, Ronald


Box ADD 11 Enders, Abbie G.


Box ADD 11 English, John M.


Box ADD 11 English, Betty R.


Box ADD 11 Epting, Richard S.


Box ADD 11 Erben, M. Talat


Box ADD 11 Erdman, Frederick S.


Box ADD 11 Erdogan, Tamay


Box ADD 11 Erkel, Oya


Box ADD 11 Erma, Victor A.


Box ADD 11 Ertuna, Ibrahim O.


Box ADD 11 Erul, Zeynep


Box ADD 11 Ervin, Sue


Box ADD 11 Espy, John


Box ADD 11 Essenberg, Christine


Box ADD 11 Estes, Charles


Box ADD 11 Etcheson, Warren


Box ADD 11 Etz, Katherine


Box ADD 11 Evans, Curtis G.


Box ADD 11 Evans, Llewellyn T.


Box ADD 11 Ewing, Doris I.



Box ADD 12 Farber, Dennis


Box ADD 12 Farrior, Bonnie Lee


Box ADD 12 Faussett, Janice A.


Box ADD 12 Faust, John D.


Box ADD 12 Faust, Richard L.


Box ADD 12 Fenske, Robert M.


Box ADD 12 Ferrell, Georgia D.


Box ADD 12 Ferry, John A.


Box ADD 12 Fertig, Earl A.


Box ADD 12 Fessler, Robert (RCCS)


Box ADD 12 Field, Edmund


Box ADD 12 Firstenberger, Betty Lou


Box ADD 12 Fischer, Barbara


Box ADD 12 Fischer, Jeffrey


Box ADD 12 Fisher, Edgar J.


Box ADD 12 Fisher, J. Elliott


Box ADD 12 Fisher, Larry R.


Box ADD 12 Fisher, Maija


Box ADD 12 Fisher, Sydney N.


Box ADD 12 Fiske, John C.


Box ADD 12 Flach, Garold J.


Box ADD 12 Flanagan, Kevin


Box ADD 12 Fleming, Gordon H.


Box ADD 12 Flint, Calvin C.


Box ADD 12 Flodin, Ivan A.


Box ADD 12 Flory, Paul M.


Box ADD 12 Flonger, Lee A.


Box ADD 12 Foreman, Alastair


Box ADD 12 Forsgren, Eva


Box ADD 12 Forsgren, Robert


Box ADD 12 Fosdicck, Edith W.


Box ADD 12 Foster, Frances A.


Box ADD 12 Fotos, Evan


Box ADD 12 Fox, Robert L.


Box ADD 12 Franck, Peter


Box ADD 12 Frank, Carol


Box ADD 12 Franks, Elizabeth


Box ADD 12 Freeburg, Dorothy Dumble


Box ADD 12 Freely, Dolores


Box ADD 12 Freely, John B.


Box ADD 12 Frewen, Ione


Box ADD 12 Frewen, Katherine


Box ADD 12 Frey, Donald A.


Box ADD 12 Frisinger, Ann Louise


Box ADD 12 Frost, Elisabeth S.


Box ADD 12 Frouxides, Sypros


Box ADD 12 Fuchs, Traugott


Box ADD 12 Fuller, David R.


Box ADD 12 Fulmer, Jervis M.


Box ADD 12 Funk, G. Ann


Box ADD 12 Gale, Charles


Box ADD 12 Galloway, Ian R.


Box ADD 12 Cambell, Janet C.


Box ADD 12 Ganley, Harry P.


Box ADD 12 Gann, Charles


Box ADD 12 Gardiner, Lee O.


Box ADD 12 Gareis, Fritzie E.


Box ADD 12 Garner, Glen


Box ADD 12 Garwood, David A.


Box ADD 12 Garwood, Arminet (RCCS)


Box ADD 12 Gates, Caleb F., Jr.


Box ADD 12 Gehlhar, Norman (Mrs.)


Box ADD 12 George, Dorthea


Box ADD 12 Gersten, Leon


Box ADD 12 Gesler, Wilbert M.


Box ADD 12 Getman, Susan


Box ADD 12 Ghiradelli, Robert G.


Box ADD 12 Gibb, Edward


Box ADD 12 Gibson, Margaret J.


Box ADD 12 Gilchrist, Charles W.


Box ADD 12 Gilchrist, Frances G.


Box ADD 12 Gillard, David H.


Box ADD 12 Gillis, William E., Jr.


Box ADD 12 Gilman, Irene P.


Box ADD 12 Gilman, William H.


Box ADD 12 Glashow, Harvey A.


Box ADD 12 Glidewell, Dora J.


Box ADD 12 Gnade, Richard E.



Box ADD 13 Gobby, Margaret A.


Box ADD 13 Goksel, Elizabeth B.


Box ADD 13 Goldberg, Jack L.


Box ADD 13 Golden, Daniel P.


Box ADD 13 Goldman, Haskell E.


Box ADD 13 Gonul, Betty N.


Box ADD 13 Goodwin, Francis G.


Box ADD 13 Gozubuyuk, Shafiga D.


Box ADD 13 Grady, Dennis (RCCS)


Box ADD 13 Grant, Samuel B., Jr.


Box ADD 13 Graves, Ellen T.


Box ADD 13 Green, Barbara


Box ADD 13 Green, Michael D.


Box ADD 13 Greenwood, Keith M.


Box ADD 13 Greer, Sharron


Box ADD 13 Griffin, Genevieve R.


Box ADD 13 Griswold, Paul H.


Box ADD 13 Gronewald, Benjamin F.


Box ADD 13 Groteluschen, Jon K.


Box ADD 13 Grover, Kathryn W.


Box ADD 13 Grunder, Ann E.


Box ADD 13 Gulcur, Fazil


Box ADD 13 Guleryuz, Carol


Box ADD 13 Gunay, Guniz


Box ADD 13 Gurmen, Marjorie


Box ADD 13 Gurney, Caroline L.


Box ADD 13 Gustafson, Peter B.


Box ADD 13 Gustafson, Sandra M.


Box ADD 13 Gustavson, Eric D.


Box ADD 13 Hackett, Susan (RCCS)


Box ADD 13 Haines, Donald B.


Box ADD 13 Hall, Howard P.


Box ADD 13 Hall, Mrs. Jack (RCCS)


Box ADD 13 Hall, Julia B.


Box ADD 13 Hall, Rachel (RCCS)


Box ADD 13 Hamel, Paul E.


Box ADD 13 Hamilton, Michael


Box ADD 13 Hamilton, Suzanne


Box ADD 13 Hammond, Thom


Box ADD 13 Hanna, Clyde James


Box ADD 13 Hanopulos, Waltraud


Box ADD 13 Hanrahan, Thomas D.


Box ADD 13 Hansen, Claude G., Jr.


Box ADD 13 Hansen, Diana W.


Box ADD 13 Hanson, David O.


Box ADD 13 Hanson, Eva G.


Box ADD 13 Hanson, Frederick W.


Box ADD 13 Hard, Roberta-Marie


Box ADD 13 Harder, Shepard


Box ADD 13 Hardin, Martin D., Jr.


Box ADD 13 Hardy, Judith


Box ADD 13 Hare, Raymond A.


Box ADD 13 Hargreaves, Minette


Box ADD 13 Harrell, Bryant E., Jr.


Box ADD 13 Harrell, Elizabeth (RCCS)


Box ADD 13 Harris, William W., II


Box ADD 13 Harrison, Martha D.


Box ADD 13 Harshbarger, Frances


Box ADD 13 Hart, Charles


Box ADD 13 Hart, Helen


Box ADD 13 Harter, Ann F.


Box ADD 13 Harter, Faith C.


Box ADD 13 Harter, Stephen P.


Box ADD 13 Harvey, Ada M.


Box ADD 13 Harvey, Julia


Box ADD 13 Hasbrouck, David L.


Box ADD 13 Haskin, Aurolee


Box ADD 13 Hathaway, Ralph R.


Box ADD 13 Hatherly, Keith H.


Box ADD 13 Hatherly, Patricia A.


Box ADD 13 Hawkins, Ruth


Box ADD 13 Hayes, George P.


Box ADD 13 Hazeltine, Burt A.


Box ADD 13 Hazleton, Willis B.


Box ADD 13 Heaney, John


Box ADD 13 Hellbronn, Denise


Box ADD 13 Heinrich, Ronald G.


Box ADD 13 Heizer, Pauline


Box ADD 13 Helms, Carl H.


Box ADD 13 Helms, Susan C.


Box ADD 13 Henderson, Ralph S.


Box ADD 13 Henderson, Sally A.


Box ADD 13 Henricks, Vera M.


Box ADD 13 Henrikson, RIchard D.


Box ADD 13 Hepler, Jane


Box ADD 13 Hepworth, Brian E.


Box ADD 13 Hepworth, Paul


Box ADD 13 Herrick, Kathryn


Box ADD 13 Hewitt, Frank L.



Box ADD 14 Heym, Richard H.


Box ADD 14 Hickman, William C.


Box ADD 14 Higgins, Eugene


Box ADD 14 Hill, Elizabeth


Box ADD 14 Hill, Walter A.L.


Box ADD 14 Hiltner, John, Jr.


Box ADD 14 HInkel, Erna E.


Box ADD 14 Hirsch, Abraham


Box ADD 14 Hitchcock, Kim


Box ADD 14 Hobson, J. Grady


Box ADD 14 Hoffman, Donald S., Jr.


Box ADD 14 Hoffman, Jane U.


Box ADD 14 Hofland, John A.


Box ADD 14 Hogendorn, Jan S.


Box ADD 14 Hollon, Donna


Box ADD 14 Holmstrom, Engin I.


Box ADD 14 Holmstrom, Robert W., Jr.


Box ADD 14 Hopkinson, Peter (RCCS)


Box ADD 14 Horn, Robert F.


Box ADD 14 Horner, Charlene


Box ADD 14 Horuluoglu, Isabel


Box ADD 14 Hotchkiss, Arland T.


Box ADD 14 Houloussi, Hussein


Box ADD 14 Houwink, Willem


Box ADD 14 Hughes, Miriam M.


Box ADD 14 Hull, Gordon F., III


Box ADD 14 Hummel, Roland L.


Box ADD 14 Humphreys, Agnes R.


Box ADD 14 Hunt, Susan C.


Box ADD 14 Hunter, Robert G.


Box ADD 14 Hunter, Susan (RCCS)


Box ADD 14 Hurley, Kent C.


Box ADD 14 Huske, Marion K.


Box ADD 14 Ilgaz, Ayse


Box ADD 14 Incealemdaroglu, Halil


Box ADD 14 Inel, Yuksel


Box ADD 14 Inscoe, Joseph K.


Box ADD 14 Isikill, Maria


Box ADD 14 Isil, Brigitte


Box ADD 14 Iz, Dorothy


Box ADD 14 Jackson, John W.


Box ADD 14 Jacobsen, Edward C.


Box ADD 14 Jacobsen, Mary L.


Box ADD 14 Jaeckel, Ralph


Box ADD 14 Jansen, Hans G.


Box ADD 14 Jaquinet, Eleanor (RCCS)


Box ADD 14 Jaquinet, Ina T.


Box ADD 14 Jaquinet, Louis


Box ADD 14 Jarrell, Peggy


Box ADD 14 Jefferry, Henrietta


Box ADD 14 Jenison, Elsie S.


Box ADD 14 Jenkins, Doryne P.


Box ADD 14 John, Lenore S.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Ada F.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Augustus C., Jr.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Barbara K.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Beatrice H.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, David R.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, James A.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Margery


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Mary L.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Richard A.


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Robert


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Stella (RCCS)


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Stephen


Box ADD 14 Johnson, Stephen L.


Box ADD 14 Jolly, Robert P.


Box ADD 14 Jones, Alveta S. (RCCS)


Box ADD 14 Jones, Anne F.


Box ADD 14 Jones, DeWitt C.


Box ADD 14 Jones, Harley G.


Box ADD 14 Jones, Margaret H.


Box ADD 14 Jones, Robert W.


Box ADD 14 Jordan, Louis H.


Box ADD 14 Jordan, Louise


Box ADD 14 Julier, Ann L.



Box ADD 15 Kabas, Ozer


Box ADD 15 Kale, Edward W.


Box ADD 15 Kamozut, Guzey


Box ADD 15 Kanter, Leona (RCCS)


Box ADD 15 Karamessinis, Nicholas G.


Box ADD 15 Karapat, Kemal


Box ADD 15 Kaynar, Oya


Box ADD 15 Keeler, Ktephen E., Jr.


Box ADD 15 Keen, Maria E.


Box ADD 15 Keller, Erna B.


Box ADD 15 Kendall, Thomas H.


Box ADD 15 Kennard, Ralph B.


Box ADD 15 Kennedy, Anne


Box ADD 15 Kennedy, Dorothy


Box ADD 15 Kennedy, Joan E.


Box ADD 15 Kennedy, John Gerard


Box ADD 15 Kennedy, Margaret


Box ADD 15 Kent, Jeremy


Box ADD 15 Kent, Millicent F.


Box ADD 15 Kerestecioglu, Elizabeth


Box ADD 15 Kerman, Hediye F.


Box ADD 15 Kerner, Joseph R., Jr.


Box ADD 15 Kerr, E. S. Wells


Box ADD 15 Key, Mary E.


Box ADD 15 Keyes, Mary S.


Box ADD 15 Kiel, Jerry A.


Box ADD 15 Kili, Suna


Box ADD 15 Kilic, Eva


Box ADD 15 Kimball, Elsa P.


Box ADD 15 Kimball, Thomas M.


Box ADD 15 Kimball, William S.


Box ADD 15 Kimmons, John E.


Box ADD 15 Kinaci, Dorothy G. (RCCS)


Box ADD 15 King, Anna M.


Box ADD 15 King, Barbara


Box ADD 15 King, Jane M.


Box ADD 15 King, John C., Jr.


Box ADD 15 Kinkaid, Dorothy


Box ADD 15 Kirby, Fay


Box ADD 15 Kisselbach, Vincent


Box ADD 15 Klein, Jerzy


Box ADD 15 Kligman, Judith N. (RCCS)


Box ADD 15 Kligman, Ronald L.


Box ADD 15 Klopp, Charles D.


Box ADD 15 Klopp, Susan S.


Box ADD 15 Klotz, Edith L.


Box ADD 15 Knabenshue, Paul D.


Box ADD 15 Knudson, Judith L.


Box ADD 15 Koc, Ahmet N.


Box ADD 15 Koertge, Noretta


Box ADD 15 Koeth, Antonia


Box ADD 15 Kohn, Preston


Box ADD 15 Kondayan, Betty R.


Box ADD 15 Kondayan, Ohannes G.


Box ADD 15 Kortepeter, Carl M.


Box ADD 15 Koth, David B.


Box ADD 15 Kreider, Ethel


Box ADD 15 Kropp, Jonatha E.


Box ADD 15 Ksido, Sophia


Box ADD 15 Kubilay, Hayat


Box ADD 15 Kucukcalkaz, Emily J.


Box ADD 15 Kugelman, Miriam


Box ADD 15 Kunick, Vera


Box ADD 15 Kuniholm, Peter I.


Box ADD 15 Kunkle, Ethel W.


Box ADD 15 Kunt-Beets, Ineke (RCCS)


Box ADD 15 Kunt, Metin I.


Box ADD 15 Kuntay, Esin


Box ADD 15 Kuran, Sylvia S.


Box ADD 15 Lachance, Benoit (Ben)


Box ADD 15 Lackner, Lois M.


Box ADD 15 Laguros, Joakim


Box ADD 15 Lajoie, Kenneth T.


Box ADD 15 Lair, Clinton N.


Box ADD 15 Lamb, Agnes


Box ADD 15 Lambert, Lorene


Box ADD 15 Lamotte, Carol


Box ADD 15 Lancaster, Susan


Box ADD 15 Lanckton, Arthur L.


Box ADD 15 Landes, Margaret W.


Box ADD 15 Lane, Herbert H.


Box ADD 15 Lauman, William M.


Box ADD 15 Lawrence, Margaret R. (RCCS)



Box ADD 16 Mendenhall, Leone R.


Box ADD 16 Menzel, Southard


Box ADD 16 Mergy, Pamela


Box ADD 16 Merrick, William M.


Box ADD 16 Merriell, David M.


Box ADD 16 Merriell, Grant W.


Box ADD 16 Meservey, Edward B.


Box ADD 16 Meyer, Ralph (RCCS)


Box ADD 16 Mikases, Irving F.


Box ADD 16 Miles, George C.


Box ADD 16 Miles, Helen


Box ADD 16 Miller, Bernetta A.


Box ADD 16 Miller, George A.


Box ADD 16 Miller, Harold J.


Box ADD 16 Miller, Sara S.


Box ADD 16 Miller, Walter M.


Box ADD 16 Miller, William S., Jr.


Box ADD 16 Milnor, Joseph K., Jr.


Box ADD 16 Minarovich, Betty M.


Box ADD 16 Miner, Robert G., Jr.


Box ADD 16 Minifie, Jonathan


Box ADD 16 Mitchell, Alan R.


Box ADD 16 Mitchell, Linda L.


Box ADD 16 Mlcoh, Carlo O.


Box ADD 16 Mlcoh, Giovanna


Box ADD 16 Mondics, Margaret


Box ADD 16 Monejikov, Mary W.


Box ADD 16 Monroe, Mildred I.


Box ADD 16 de Montoliu, Lucia


Box ADD 16 Mooney, E. Jean


Box ADD 16 Moore, Alice (RCCS)


Box ADD 16 Moore, Karen


Box ADD 16 Moore, Laurence


Box ADD 16 Moore, Thomas R.


Box ADD 16 Mordan, Mary Jane


Box ADD 16 Moreau, Henri L.


Box ADD 16 Morgan, Alfred L.


Box ADD 16 Morley, Peter W.


Box ADD 16 Morrill, Martha


Box ADD 16 Morris, Deborah R. (RCCS)


Box ADD 16 Morse, Louis S., Jr.


Box ADD 16 Morse, Susan K.


Box ADD 16 Moulton, Elizabeth P.


Box ADD 16 Mudie-Yuvanidi, Helen


Box ADD 16 Muhlhausen, Edgar K.


Box ADD 16 Murphy, Carol J.


Box ADD 16 Murphy, Mitzi M.


Box ADD 16 Murphy, Richard A


Box ADD 16 Murray, Edward S.


Box ADD 16 Murray, William S.


Box ADD 16 Mussell, Alan E.


Box ADD 16 Muther, Richard


Box ADD 16 Myers, Jane Ellen


Box ADD 16 Myers, Walter F., Jr.


Box ADD 16 Nadolsky, Alexandre S.


Box ADD 16 Nalle, Beauveau B.


Box ADD 16 Nash, Nancy E.


Box ADD 16 Nash, Ralph S.


Box ADD 16 Nath, Laurence A.


Box ADD 16 Nebioglu, Hope B. (NEBI)


Box ADD 16 Nebioglu, Orhan


Box ADD 16 Nelson, Carl L.


Box ADD 16 Nelson, Dennis (RCCS)


Box ADD 16 Nelson, Hazel L.


Box ADD 16 Newell, Arthur F.


Box ADD 16 Nadi, Mary Elizabeth


Box ADD 16 Nadler, Joseph R.


Box ADD 16 Newman, William H.


Box ADD 16 Nichols, Ethel C.


Box ADD 16 Nichols, Terry W.


Box ADD 16 Nickle, Harry


Box ADD 16 Nigar, Nigar


Box ADD 16 Nilson, May E.


Box ADD 16 Nilson, Paul


Box ADD 16 Nisco, Elizabeth


Box ADD 16 Noack, Sigrid


Box ADD 16 Noblitt, Isabelle


Box ADD 16 Nollie, Kenneth J.


Box ADD 16 Nolte, Harriet


Box ADD 16 Nolte, William


Box ADD 16 Nordhus, Phillip B.


Box ADD 16 Nowicki, Anna


Box ADD 16 Nowicki, Przemyslaw


Box ADD 16 Noyan, Kemal


Box ADD 16 Noyce, Gaylord B.



Box ADD 17 Lay, Chester F.


Box ADD 17 Layton, William S.


Box ADD 17 Leaton, Anne


Box ADD 17 Leavitt, John H.


Box ADD 17 Lee, Arthur B.


Box ADD 17 Lee, Diana


Box ADD 17 Lee, Stephanie C.


Box ADD 17 Leeming, David A.


Box ADD 17 Lehtinen, Meri K.T.


Box ADD 17 Leigh-Manuell, Herbert C.


Box ADD 17 Leighton, Lisa G.


Box ADD 17 Leinbach, Joseph N.


Box ADD 17 Lerseche, Louis O.


Box ADD 17 Lester-Austin, Michael


Box ADD 17 Lewis, Elizabeth L.


Box ADD 17 Lewis, Geoffrey


Box ADD 17 Lindberg, Evangeline


Box ADD 17 Linder, Fay M.


Box ADD 17 Lindstrom, Wendell D.


Box ADD 17 Linke, Clive


Box ADD 17 Linke, Marion


Box ADD 17 Linton, Norma J.


Box ADD 17 Little, A. John, Jr.


Box ADD 17 Little, Alene S.


Box ADD 17 Little-Olson, Pearl E.


Box ADD 17 Lium, Ester M.


Box ADD 17 Lizer, Katherine E.


Box ADD 17 Lockerby, Florence K.


Box ADD 17 Logan, Ellen J.


Box ADD 17 Love, Nicolette A.


Box ADD 17 Lovelace, Miles


Box ADD 17 Lovett, Carla (RCCS)


Box ADD 17 Lovett, James


Box ADD 17 Lukens, Mary Ann


Box ADD 17 Lyon, Beulah H.


Box ADD 17 Lytle, Dean W.


Box ADD 17 Lytle, Marilyn M.S.


Box ADD 17 MacAlpine, David M.


Box ADD 17 McBeath, Bernard C.


Box ADD 17 McBeth, Thomas J.


Box ADD 17 McCally, Richard K.


Box ADD 17 McCarthy, John P.C.


Box ADD 17 McCauley, Marion M.


Box ADD 17 McCloy, Shelby T.


Box ADD 17 McCreery, Henry F., II


Box ADD 17 McCrodden, Howard J.


Box ADD 17 McCrodden, Kathyrn


Box ADD 17 McDowell, Gary L.


Box ADD 17 McElroy, Carolyn L.


Box ADD 17 McGrady, Mary


Box ADD 17 McKeen, Robert C.


Box ADD 17 McKillop, Marjorie L.


Box ADD 17 McMickle, Gwendolyn (RCCS)


Box ADD 17 McMickle, Robert H.


Box ADD 17 MacGregor, William G.


Box ADD 17 Macinnis, Margaret R.


Box ADD 17 MacKenzie, Rhoda R.


Box ADD 17 Macmillan, Zebulum L.


Box ADD 17 MacNeal, Charles S.


Box ADD 17 MacNeal, Sarah R.


Box ADD 17 Macomber, Hilliard K.


Box ADD 17 Macpherson, John


Box ADD 17 Maevers, Klaus


Box ADD 17 Maggart, Kaye (RCCS)


Box ADD 17 Magnus, David R.


Box ADD 17 Maley, Eileen J.


Box ADD 17 Malinowski, Constance


Box ADD 17 Malone, Jennifer (RCCS)


Box ADD 17 Malter, Henry


Box ADD 17 Manukyan, Arman


Box ADD 17 Marchand, Hans


Box ADD 17 Markhasin, Valery A. (Mr.)


Box ADD 17 Marshall, Paul D.


Box ADD 17 Martin, Candace


Box ADD 17 Martin, Helen U.


Box ADD 17 Mason, Elizabeth


Box ADD 17 Masson, Renee O.


Box ADD 17 Matejka, Kathleen


Box ADD 17 Matejovsky, Catherine


Box ADD 17 Mathews, Joseph J.


Box ADD 17 Matters, Robert L.


Box ADD 17 Maurer, Frank W., Jr.


Box ADD 17 Mavioglu, Joyce E.


Box ADD 17 McGee, Barbara Ruth


Box ADD 17 Meeker, Gesine


Box ADD 17 Mehta, Neil (RCCS)


Box ADD 17 Melton, Robert P.



Box ADD 18 O'Connor, John R.


Box ADD 18 O'Dell, W.H. Sterg


Box ADD 18 Oktay, Necla


Box ADD 18 O'Lauglin, Mildred


Box ADD 18 Oliver, June


Box ADD 18 Olson, Charles R.


Box ADD 18 Onor, Guzey


Box ADD 18 Onur, Idelle E.


Box ADD 18 Ord, Keith


Box ADD 18 Orhon, Alper


Box ADD 18 Orr, John B.


Box ADD 18 Ory, Lucienne


Box ADD 18 Osborn, Helen V.


Box ADD 18 Osmun, Shirley C.


Box ADD 18 Otte, Elizabeth P.


Box ADD 18 Ouellette, Edward F.


Box ADD 18 Ovenden, Alan


Box ADD 18 Ozbal, Hadi


Box ADD 18 Padgett, Lawrence E.


Box ADD 18 Palmer, Jean T.


Box ADD 18 Palmer, Edgar Z.


Box ADD 18 Panarelli, Joseph E.


Box ADD 18 Parker, David J.


Box ADD 18 Parker, Thomas W.


Box ADD 18 Parquette, William S.


Box ADD 18 Parrish, Daniel L.


Box ADD 18 Parsons, Carolyn


Box ADD 18 Pate, Glen


Box ADD 18 Pate, Wiley G.


Box ADD 18 Paulin, Ruth N.


Box ADD 18 Pearce, Katharine S.


Box ADD 18 Pearson, J. Raymond


Box ADD 18 Pearson, Thomas A.


Box ADD 18 Peet, Louise J.


Box ADD 18 Pektas, Huseyin


Box ADD 18 Pelletier, Lois


Box ADD 18 Pelisinger, Ronald


Box ADD 18 Pescud, Chloe (RCCS)


Box ADD 18 Peslikis, Michael


Box ADD 18 Peterson, Samuel R.


Box ADD 18 Pfeifer, H. Peter


Box ADD 18 Pfeifer, Maija L.


Box ADD 18 Pfeiffer, Timothy A.


Box ADD 18 Pickett, Stanley F.


Box ADD 18 Pierce, Martha R.


Box ADD 18 Plaizier, John A.


Box ADD 18 Platz, Mabel B.


Box ADD 18 Pliatska, Dorthea


Box ADD 18 Pogirski, Carol


Box ADD 18 Pond, James B.


Box ADD 18 Pond, Jeannette


Box ADD 18 Pope, Thomas K.


Box ADD 18 Porter, David


Box ADD 18 Porter, Scott


Box ADD 18 Ports, Horace G.


Box ADD 18 Post, Bertram


Box ADD 18 Potts, Francis


Box ADD 18 Powell, Donald L.


Box ADD 18 Powers, Helen


Box ADD 18 Premo, Douglas O.


Box ADD 18 Prescott, Edith


Box ADD 18 Price, Joyce (RCCS)


Box ADD 18 Primer, Virginia A.


Box ADD 18 Quaintance, Richard E., Jr.


Box ADD 18 Raby, Stephanie


Box ADD 18 Radcliff, Edward


Box ADD 18 Ralph, Marion


Box ADD 18 Ralph, Philip L.


Box ADD 18 Ramsaur, Ernest E., Jr.


Box ADD 18 Ramsay, Carl


Box ADD 18 Randolph, Stella


Box ADD 18 Rank, Inkeri A.


Box ADD 18 Rawlings, Hoyt


Box ADD 18 Ray, Catherine (RCCS)


Box ADD 18 Ray, Donald


Box ADD 18 Reasoner, Charles F.


Box ADD 18 Redden, Dorothy S.


Box ADD 18 Reed, John T.


Box ADD 18 Reid, Elenor


Box ADD 18 Reid, Richard S.


Box ADD 18 Reigart, Catherine M.


Box ADD 18 Repp, Richard C.


Box ADD 18 Rhasis, Rallou A.


Box ADD 18 Rice, Leonard A.


Box ADD 18 Rich, Francis N.



Box ADD 19 Richards, Alice W.


Box ADD 19 Richards, Marion N.


Box ADD 19 Riefstahl, Rudolf


Box ADD 19 Riffle, Roy E.


Box ADD 19 Rimawi, Walid H.


Box ADD 19 Ring, Martha D.


Box ADD 19 Ring, Priscilla A.


Box ADD 19 Rissman, Bernice S.


Box ADD 19 Ritter, John


Box ADD 19 Robb, Izetta W.


Box ADD 19 Robb, Kevin W.


Box ADD 19 Roberts, Cornelia M.


Box ADD 19 Roberts, Emory G.


Box ADD 19 Robinson, Timothy D.


Box ADD 19 Robinson, M.M.E.


Box ADD 19 Rockwell, John G.


Box ADD 19 Rodd, David B.


Box ADD 19 Roelofs, Irene


Box ADD 19 Rogers, C. Ruth


Box ADD 19 Rogers, Donald W.


Box ADD 19 Rogers, Kay J.P.


Box ADD 19 Rogers, Martin H.


Box ADD 19 Rogers, Mary C.


Box ADD 19 Rogers, Richard


Box ADD 19 Roome, Angela


Box ADD 19 Romig, Eleanor C.


Box ADD 19 Root, Scott E.


Box ADD 19 Rose, Robert & Donna


Box ADD 19 Rosen, Burton R.


Box ADD 19 Ross, Linnea C.


Box ADD 19 Rowell, Judith


Box ADD 19 Rowland, Richard L.


Box ADD 19 Rupp, Beverly


Box ADD 19 Ryan, Mildred E.


Box ADD 19 Ryden, Robert P.


Box ADD 19 Rymph, Raymond C.


Box ADD 19 Sabarth, Mary R.


Box ADD 19 Safoglu, Recep A.


Box ADD 19 Sahin, Kenan


Box ADD 19 Sakarya,Eshref


Box ADD 19 Sakmar, Ismail


Box ADD 19 Salkowski, Peter


Box ADD 19 Saltuk, Ismail


Box ADD 19 Sampey, Jane R.


Box ADD 19 Saraf, Nadya


Box ADD 19 Sarich, Safija


Box ADD 19 Satneck, Walter J.


Box ADD 19 Sayre, Robert F.


Box ADD 19 Scanlon, Helen L.


Box ADD 19 Schaffer, Ruth


Box ADD 19 Schott, Florence N.


Box ADD 19 Schulman, Marcy A.


Box ADD 19 Schur, Barbara A.


Box ADD 19 Seelye, Kate C.


Box ADD 19 Schenck, Cornelius


Box ADD 19 Schereschewsky, John F.


Box ADD 19 Schier, Johanna


Box ADD 19 Schinzinger, Roland


Box ADD 19 Schinzinger, Jane


Box ADD 19 Schlee, Ernest


Box ADD 19 Schneider, Leone K.


Box ADD 19 Schultz, George F.


Box ADD 19 Schultz, Ilse


Box ADD 19 Schuman, Robert P.


Box ADD 19 Schwartz, Dieter F.


Box ADD 19 Scipio, Lynn A.


Box ADD 19 Scott, Eveline A.



Box ADD 20 Scott, Mildred


Box ADD 20 Scott, Richard C.


Box ADD 20 Scott-Thomas, John F.


Box ADD 20 Scribner, Charles H., Jr.


Box ADD 20 Seager, Elizabeth L.


Box ADD 20 Sebuktekin, Hikmet


Box ADD 20 Seely, Jonathan F.


Box ADD 20 Seelye, Laurens H.


Box ADD 20 Segel, Stanley L.


Box ADD 20 Seidelman, Hebert L.


Box ADD 20 Seidler, Lee J.


Box ADD 20 Selis, Elaine


Box ADD 20 Senol, Ahmet


Box ADD 20 Sepe, Rosmarie


Box ADD 20 Sergeant, David


Box ADD 20 Sessa, Virginia


Box ADD 20 Sekvet, Fazile


Box ADD 20 Sekvet, Fazuka


Box ADD 20 Seyman, Rauf


Box ADD 20 Sezer, Mariea (Michels)


Box ADD 20 Shana'a, Mohammed Y.


Box ADD 20 Shana'a, Joyce A.


Box ADD 20 Shaw, Amy I.


Box ADD 20 Shea, Penelope S.


Box ADD 20 Shechner, David


Box ADD 20 Sheehan, Mark


Box ADD 20 Sheeser, John M.


Box ADD 20 Shefer, Viola


Box ADD 20 Sheiry, Edward S.


Box ADD 20 Shelton, Florence C.


Box ADD 20 Shepard, Barclay M.


Box ADD 20 Shepard, Constance


Box ADD 20 Shepard, Martha W.


Box ADD 20 Shepard, Whitman


Box ADD 20 Shermer, Carl L.


Box ADD 20 Sherman, Eleanor J.


Box ADD 20 Shine, Nicholas F., III


Box ADD 20 Shiras, G. Peter


Box ADD 20 Shuey, Rebekah


Box ADD 20 Shute, Margaret M.


Box ADD 20 Sibley, Fannie B.


Box ADD 20 Signell, Karl L.


Box ADD 20 Silker, DeWaine C.


Box ADD 20 Sipfle, David A.


Box ADD 20 Sipfle, Mary Alice


Box ADD 20 Sirmna, Nancy G.


Box ADD 20 Skarlatos, Mikhail N.S.


Box ADD 20 Skarlatos, Theresa B.


Box ADD 20 Skinner, Catherine


Box ADD 20 Slater, Anne M.


Box ADD 20 Slater, Louis M.


Box ADD 20 Sleeper, William A.


Box ADD 20 Slotter, R. Arden


Box ADD 20 Smink, Douglas I, Jr.


Box ADD 20 Smith, Alexander


Box ADD 20 Smith, Egida V.


Box ADD 20 Smith, Helen G.


Box ADD 20 Smith, James W., Jr.


Box ADD 20 Smith, Phyllis J.


Box ADD 20 Smith, Rachel L.


Box ADD 20 Smith, Stephen H.


Box ADD 20 Smith, Waldo E.


Box ADD 20 Sogusku, Ann


Box ADD 20 Sohngen, Robert L.


Box ADD 20 Sommer, Claren D.


Box ADD 20 Sommer, Jean M.


Box ADD 20 Soram, Mebruke A.


Box ADD 20 Sorensen, David T.


Box ADD 20 Sorenson, Maude J.


Box ADD 20 Sorensen, Virginia


Box ADD 20 Soyak, Suveyda


Box ADD 20 Spector, Marvin R.


Box ADD 20 Speedie, Ian B.


Box ADD 20 Speedie, Barbara A.


Box ADD 20 Spiegelglas, Stephen


Box ADD 20 Spindel, Jeanette


Box ADD 20 Spindel, Murray



Box ADD 21 Spinos, Efthalia


Box ADD 21 Spooner, Clara M.


Box ADD 21 Stanton, Elizabeth B.


Box ADD 21 Stantus, Daniel J.


Box ADD 21 Starr, Elizabeth


Box ADD 21 Steltzer, William N., Jr.


Box ADD 21 Stene, John K.


Box ADD 21 Stetson, Kirk R.


Box ADD 21 Stevens, Harlan R.


Box ADD 21 Stevens, Jean M.


Box ADD 21 Stevens, Malcolm P.


Box ADD 21 Stevenson, Mary Lillian


Box ADD 21 Stevenson, Nancy K.


Box ADD 21 Stewart, Anne H.


Box ADD 21 Stewart, David C.


Box ADD 21 Stewart, Martha


Box ADD 21 Stewart, Maureen


Box ADD 21 Stewart, Nancy M.


Box ADD 21 Stickney, Edith P.


Box ADD 21 Stilz, Ethel


Box ADD 21 Stivers, Earl R.


Box ADD 21 Stoever, Herman J.


Box ADD 21 Stokes, Edith L.


Box ADD 21 Stokes, Jerome W.


Box ADD 21 Stokes, Gladys A.


Box ADD 21 Stoltzfus, Benjamin


Box ADD 21 Stoltzfus, Esther


Box ADD 21 Stone, Editha


Box ADD 21 Stone, William C.


Box ADD 21 Stotz, Carl L.


Box ADD 21 Stout, May T.


Box ADD 21 Stratton, Arthur M.


Box ADD 21 Strickland, Betty Jo


Box ADD 21 Strommer, Jean T.


Box ADD 21 Stuber, LeRoy


Box ADD 21 Sugg, Robert


Box ADD 21 Sukur, Armenuhl


Box ADD 21 Summers, Nellie


Box ADD 21 Sumner-Boyd, Hilary


Box ADD 21 Surette, Paul V.


Box ADD 21 Surette, Bonnie


Box ADD 21 Sussman, Martin V.


Box ADD 21 Sutherland, C. Hale


Box ADD 21 Suzuki, Peter


Box ADD 21 Swain, Donna M.


Box ADD 21 Swenson, Marcia


Box ADD 21 Swingler, Pervenche


Box ADD 21 Tahmincioglu, Zaharia


Box ADD 21 Talbot, Marian


Box ADD 21 Tanberk, Sibel


Box ADD 21 Tandal, Gillian


Box ADD 21 Tank, Elizabeth


Box ADD 21 Tansever, Mumin


Box ADD 21 Targal, Kamhi


Box ADD 21 Taylor, Sally Anne


Box ADD 21 Teegarden, Joseph


Box ADD 21 Tenerelli, Doreen


Box ADD 21 Templeton, Harry R.


Box ADD 21 Terada, Suki


Box ADD 21 Tharinger, Judith


Box ADD 21 Terry, Henrietta P.


Box ADD 21 Terzi, Karen M. [RCCS]


Box ADD 21 Tezcan, Semih S.


Box ADD 21 Tezel, Akin


Box ADD 21 Thayer, Clark


Box ADD 21 Thayer, Dr. Jacqueline


Box ADD 21 Therriault, Emerson M.


Box ADD 21 Thirkell, Evelyn


Box ADD 21 Thomas, Elizabeth M.


Box ADD 21 Thomas, Lewis V.


Box ADD 21 Thomas, Ethel N.


Box ADD 21 Thomas, Theresa A.


Box ADD 21 Thompson, A. Stanley


Box ADD 21 Thompson, Barbara S.


Box ADD 21 Thompson, Beatrice E.



Box ADD 22 Thompson, Cameron


Box ADD 22 Thompson, Charles W.


Box ADD 22 Thompson, Eveline A.


Box ADD 22 Thompson, Martha


Box ADD 22 Thompson, Mary C.


Box ADD 22 Thornett, Mary


Box ADD 22 Thychsen, Grace


Box ADD 22 Tilley, Edmund


Box ADD 22 Tobey, Harry G.


Box ADD 22 Todd, J. Edward


Box ADD 22 Tolun, Perihan


Box ADD 22 Topaloglu, Mine


Box ADD 22 Tosh, Audrey A.


Box ADD 22 Tosh, Robert W.


Box ADD 22 Totten, Mindy


Box ADD 22 Toven, Baha


Box ADD 22 Townsend, Annis M.


Box ADD 22 Trees, W. Scott


Box ADD 22 Tranter, Barrie


Box ADD 22 Tregillus, Margaret R.


Box ADD 22 Troland, John


Box ADD 22 Trosh, James F.P.


Box ADD 22 Trusk, Ellen M.


Box ADD 22 Trusk, Robert J.


Box ADD 22 Tucker, Cassell C.


Box ADD 22 Tucker, Martha N.


Box ADD 22 Tucker, Phillip N.


Box ADD 22 Tumay, Karen N.


Box ADD 22 Tumay, Mehmet


Box ADD 22 Tuori, Consetta


Box ADD 22 Tupper, S. Alice


Box ADD 22 Turgut, Claudia R.


Box ADD 22 Tursen, Ruhsar


Box ADD 22 Ullyot, Philip


Box ADD 22 Ulmer, Eugene


Box ADD 22 Umur, Aydin


Box ADD 22 Unel, Orvilla G.


Box ADD 22 Unger, Carol E.


Box ADD 22 Ungan, Aydin


Box ADD 22 Unghvari, Charlotte


Box ADD 22 Unkashevich, G.S.


Box ADD 22 Updegraff, Kathryn M.


Box ADD 22 Uzdilek, Salih M.


Box ADD 22 Vande Bunt, Margaret J.


Box ADD 22 Van Der Beets, Richard, Jr.


Box ADD 22 Van Dyke, George E.


Box ADD 22 Van Karssen, Folkert


Box ADD 22 Van Luik, James


Box ADD 22 Van Nice, Elizabeth R.


Box ADD 22 Van Nice, Mary


Box ADD 22 Van Nice, Robert L.


Box ADD 22 Van Vorst, William D.


Box ADD 22 Vautier, Elizabeth


Box ADD 22 Veolitze, Mary


Box ADD 22 Vetter, Jeanette K.


Box ADD 22 Vikasevitch, Yorgi


Box ADD 22 Virtue, Charles


Box ADD 22 Vlasto, Dorothy


Box ADD 22 Voll, Walter C.


Box ADD 22 Von Reinhold-Jameson, James R.P.R.


Box ADD 22 Wadsworth, Lori


Box ADD 22 Widelich, Alfred T.


Box ADD 22 Waite, William W.


Box ADD 22 Walker, Elbridge, Jr.


Box ADD 22 Wallace, Louise B.


Box ADD 22 Wallace, Mary Lee


Box ADD 22 Wallick, Elizabeth A.


Box ADD 22 Walls, Ainslee



Box ADD 23 Walls, Donald


Box ADD 23 Walsh, Dennis M.


Box ADD 23 Walsh, Edwin P.


Box ADD 23 Walsh, Karen E.


Box ADD 23 Walsh, Letty M.


Box ADD 23 Walters, Joanne


Box ADD 23 Walters, Thomas E.


Box ADD 23 Ward, Roscoe F.


Box ADD 23 Ward, Theodore S.


Box ADD 23 Wasosky, Eugene S. (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Walsh, Alleine H. (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Waters, Lyn H. (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Wathen-Dunn, Weiant


Box ADD 23 Watson, Ernest B.


Box ADD 23 Watrous, M. Chilton


Box ADD 23 Watters, Mary Alice


Box ADD 23 Webster, Edward E.


Box ADD 23 Webster, Helen M.


Box ADD 23 Weckman, Christel


Box ADD 23 Weeks, Dr. Rebecca


Box ADD 23 Weinland, Joseph L.


Box ADD 23 Weinrich, John E.


Box ADD 23 Weir, William T.


Box ADD 23 Welch, Charlotte M.


Box ADD 23 Weller, Henry L.


Box ADD 23 Wellington, Catharine M.


Box ADD 23 Wettstein, David


Box ADD 23 White, Helen E.


Box ADD 23 Whitmore, Edward K. (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Williams, George Woods


Box ADD 23 Williams, Phyllis A. (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Wilson, Alberta Z.


Box ADD 23 Winkler, Barth (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Winterbottom, Christine


Box ADD 23 Wise, Sheldon


Box ADD 23 Wittler, Nancy (RCCS)


Box ADD 23 Wright, Ellen K.


Box ADD 23 Wright, Nancy L.


Box ADD 23 Yalcin, Ali S.


Box ADD 23 Zina, David J.


Box ADD 23 Yenicag, Ayfer

ADD Series VI: Education Committee


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-General (1973-1988)


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-General (1989-)


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, November 8, 1989


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, May 14, 1990


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, February 14, 1990


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, November 5, 1990


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, November 4, 1991


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, November 10, 1992


Box ADD 23 Education Committee-, November 23, 1993



Box ADD 24 Education Committee-, May 14, 1993


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-, February 9, 1993


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-, February 16, 1994


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-, June 15, 1994


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-, December 1, 1994


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-, November 29, 1995


Box ADD 24 Education Committee Report, November 1996


Box ADD 24 Education Committee Report, March 1996


Box ADD 24 Education Committee Report November1999


Box ADD 24 Education Committee Report, November 1998


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-February, 1998


Box ADD 24 8-Year Issue


Box ADD 24 Education Committee-November, 1997


Box ADD 24 Education Committee Report, May 1997


Box ADD 24 The Robert College Story by Herbert H. Lane (Vol. I)

ADD Series VII: Publications



Box ADD 26 Report of Annual U.S. Giving, July 1, 1991-June 30, 1992


Box ADD 26 Alumni Contributions to 125th Year Book and Art Exhibit, May 13-27, 1989


Box ADD 26 Robert College Annual Giving Report and Honor Roll (1994-2005)


Box ADD 26 Robert College Annual Giving Report and Honor Roll (1992 1990 1989), 1990


Box ADD 26 Middle East Economic Service, (Vol. I Nov & December 1947 Vol. II January 1948), December 1947


Box ADD 26 The Near East: A Publication of the Near East Society (1954-1955)


Box ADD 26 Promotional: "Carpet Ride to Turkey" (1980s)


Box ADD 26 "Why Should I Support RC?" (1981-1982)


Box ADD 26 Promotional Booklet (1980)


Box ADD 26 Development Reports (1960-1961)


Box ADD 26 RC-USA Newsletter-Volume 1, July 1990/Volume 1, Number 2, December 1990


Box ADD 26 RC-USA Newsletter-Volume 2, Number 1, April 1991/Volume 2, Number 2 July 1991/Volume 2, Number 3, December 1991


Box ADD 26 RC-USA Newsletter-Volume 3, Number 1, April1992/Volume 3, Number, 2, July 1992


Box ADD 26 RC/Publications-Report of Annual Giving (1979-1980)


Box ADD 26 Trustees Appoint Head and Interim Head of Robert College (1992)


Box ADD 26 American College of Beirut-Syrian Protestant College (forerunner of American College at Sofia)


Box ADD 26 Beirut American University Annual Report (June 1872)


Box ADD 26 Syrian Protestant College (University of Beirut) & RC Brochure (N.Y. Office)


Yesrbooks:



Box ADD 27 Yearbooks of Robert College and American College for Girls, 1941-1961, (15 volumes)

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