Bennington College

Recollections of the early founding and history of Bennington College

Show simple item record McCullough, Edith 2014-06-16T17:19:20Z 2014-06-16T17:19:20Z 1952-09
dc.description.abstract Transcription of spoken recollections about the college's early history by Edith McCullough, chairman of the board of trustees and one of the founders of Bennington College. Edith McCullough enlisted the expertise of William Kilpatrick of Columbia Teacher's College to bring a progressive women's college to Bennington. This document also contains as an addendum a copy of Kilpatrick's 1926 letter sent to people inquiring about the college in which he outlines the aims and educational vision. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Bennington College -- History.
dc.subject McCullough, Edith van Benthuysen.
dc.title Recollections of the early founding and history of Bennington College en_US
dc.type Other en_US

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  • Public Relations, 1947-1957
    Public relations activities of the Office of the President, including speaking engagements and conferences, publicity, publications, and alumnae activities.
  • Miscellaneous Founding Documents
    Contains correspondence of founders and early supporters of the college and material relating to the groundbreaking and open house events
  • Recollections on the founding of Bennington College
    A digitally curated group of documents from other collections about the early history and founding of Bennington College. Correspondence of Frederick H. Burkhardt about the recollections.

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