Louise B. Dunbar Papers, 1894-1975 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/13/36
Acquired: 11/17/1975; 1/28/76; 5/8/76; 10/8/76; 4/19/78; 6/14/2001
Volume: 7.6 cubic feet
Available for use at:
|Room 146 Main Library, Prior Request Preferred||1-20|
|Room 146 Main Library, Prior Request Preferred||Diplomas|
Description: Papers of Louise Burnham Dunbar (1894-1975) A.M. '17, Ph.D. '20, assistant professor of history (1927-62), including correspondence of Mrs. Belle Hanchett Dunbar (1920-54) and Louise B. Dunbar (1920-75) with friends, relatives, classmates, former students and university faculty; diaries (1927-44); programs; photographs; publications; and clippings relating to school and social life in White River Junction, Vermont and Urbana, Illinois; academic life at the University of Illinois; research in colonial and revolutionary period American history; Kemper Hall (1925-29); the Episcopal Church (1928-58); and course materials and syllabi for history department and World War II military training, radio lectures and extension courses in history.