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Robert College records, 1858-2018

Series III: Records of the President

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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