CANDLER, WARREN A. (WARREN AKIN), 1857-1941.
Warren A. Candler papers
> Emory College financial correspondence and records

Series 8
Emory College financial correspondence and records, 1887-1915
Boxes 69-75

Scope and Content Note

Emory College Financial Correspondence and Records were originally the property of Harry Harlan Stone, treasurer of the college and for many years also librarian and secretary to the board of trustees. Throughout the series are many letters from parents of students that accompanied checks for payment of fees. Subjects examined in the correspondence are Emory College investments in railroad stock; taxes; endowment; Alumni Association; construction projects, particularly the library building; property in Atlanta; and scholarship funds. Much of the correspondence is with trustees who served on the finance committee.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Scope and Content Note Emory College Financial Correspondence and Records were originally the property of Harry Harlan Stone, treasurer of the college and for many years also librarian and secretary to the board of trustees. Throughout the series are many letters from parents of students that accompanied checks for payment of fees. Subjects examined in the correspondence are Emory College investments in railroad stock; taxes; endowment; Alumni Association; construction projects, particularly the library building; property in Atlanta; and scholarship funds. Much of the correspondence is with trustees who served on the finance committee.
Box Folder Content
69 1 1887-1889
69 2 1890
69 3 1891
69 4 1892
69 5 1893
69 6 1894
69 7 1895
69 8 1896 January-July
69 9 1896 August-December
69 10 1897 January
69 11 1897 February
69 12 1897 March
69 13 1897 April
69 14 1897 May
69 15 1897 June-August
69 16 1897 September-October
69 17 1897 November
69 18 1897 December
70 1 1898 January
70 2 1898 February
70 3 1898 March-April
70 4 1898 May
70 5 1898 June-July
70 6 1898 August-September
70 7 1898 October
70 8 1898 November
70 9 1898 December
70 10 1899 January
70 11 1899 February
70 12 1899 March
70 13 1899 April
70 14 1899 May
70 15 1899 June-July
70 16 1899 August-September
71 1 1899 October
71 2 1899 November-December
71 3 1900 January
71 4 1900 February-March
71 5 1900 April-May
71 6 1900 June-August
71 7 1900 September-October
71 8 1900 November-December
71 9 1901 January-February
71 10 1901 March-April
71 11 1901 May-July
71 12 1901 August-October
71 13 1901 November-December
72 1 1902 January-February
72 2 1902 March-April
72 3 1902 May-June
72 4 1902 July-September
72 5 1902 October
72 6 1902 November-December
72 7 1903 January-February
72 8 1903 March-May
72 9 1903 June-July
72 10 1903 August-September
72 11 1903 October-December
72 12 1904 January-February
72 13 1904 March-May
72 14 1904 June-October
72 15 1904 November-December
73 1 1905 January-February
73 2 1905 March-April
73 3 1905 May-June
73 4 1905 July-October
73 5 1905 November-December
73 6 1906 January-February
73 7 1906 March-April
73 8 1906 May-July
73 9 1906 August-October
73 10 1906 November-December
73 11 1907 January-February
73 12 1907 March-May
73 13 1907 June-September
73 14 1907 October-November
73 15 1907 December
74 1 1908 January-February
74 2 1908 March-April
74 3 1908 May
74 4 1908 June-July
74 5 1908 August-October
74 6 1908 November-December
74 7 1909 January-March
74 8 1909 April-May
74 9 1909 June-August
74 10 1909 September-October
74 11 1909 November-December
74 12 1910 January-April
74 13 1910 May-July
75 1 1910 August-December
75 2 1911 January-March
75 3 1911 April-May
75 4 1911 June-September
75 5 1911 October-December
75 6 1912 January-February
75 7 1912 March-April
75 8 1912 May-June
75 9 1912 July-December
75 10 1913 January-March
75 11 1913 April-September
75 12 1913 October-1915 July
75 13 no date
75 14 no date
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