Morgan, James Henry

President Morgan's Letter and Questionnaire Sent to the American Association of University Women

Date
November 1, 1921

In response to Gertrud Martin's letter dated October 27, 1921, President Morgan sent Martin a brief letter explaining what was enclosed as well as a questionnaire addenda. The addenda contains information regarding female faculty members at Dickinson College in the 1920s. According to Morgan, at this point there were three female faculty members: Louise d. Vilaine (Associate Professor of Romance Languages), Josephine Brunyate Meredith (Dean of Women and Associate Professor of English), and Hazel J. Bullock (Associate Professor of Romance Languages).

President Morgan Contacts the American Association of University Women In Regard to Membership

Date
October 27, 1921

In a letter dated October 27, 1921, Gertrude Martin, the Executive Secretary of the American Association of University Women, wrote to President Morgan regarding Dickinson College's membership application to the AAUW. Martin apologizes for the delay and asks President Morgan to fill out and return a survey she enclosed. The application will then go before committee. ..

The Women's Student Government Thank President Morgan

Date
March 1, 1922

In a letter dated March 1, 1922, Mary Dubson writes on behalf of the Women's Student Government to thank President Morgan for improvements to Metzger Hall and Denny Hall. Dubson wrote that President Morgan's "kindness and interest" was much appreciated.

"Notice of Social Event" Form for Metzger Hall

Date
circa 1920

This is a "Notice of Social Event Form" for Metzger Hall. One had to fill in the type of social event, time, day, number of people, character of the event, names of chaperons, and the committee in charge.

"New Women Students Registered July 18, 1921"

Date
July 19, 1921

This document lists the last  names and hometowns of 30 women who lived in Metzger Hall. The women come from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

"Last Years List at Metzger Hall"

Date
circa 1920

This document lists the last  names of 88 women who lived in Metzger Hall. The date of the document is unknown.

"Girls Registered for Metzger Hall" 1924

Date
1924

This document lists the names and addresses of thirty women who lived in Metzger Hall in 1924. The list includes names and home addresses. The women came from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey.

Madame de Vilaine's Background

Date
December 21, 1922

This document describes S. Louise de Vilain's educational training. According to the document, de Vilaine studied in France and Germany. In 1882, she received her A. M. at Karlsruhe, State of Baden, Germany.