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Emory College.

Emory College faculty records, 1845-1917

0.25 linear ft. (1 box) and 9 bound volumes (BV)

Emory College was founded in 1836 by the Georgia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Early faculty members included Alexander Means, Gustavus John Orr, Osborne L. Smith, and George W. W. Stone. The collection is chiefly minute books from meetings of the Emory College faculty, 1845-1917. There are also scattered unbound minutes, 1898-1915; typed transcriptions of entries, 1845-1859; and a volume of tributes and memorials to Emory College faculty and administrators, 1874-1915. Minutes concern College policies including matriculation, curriculum, examinations, and the discipline of students.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University.

Emory University Faculty records, 1917-2002

5 linear ft. (10 boxes) and 3 bound volumes (BV)

The records of the Emory University Faculty document the faculty's role in the administration of the University. The records consist of by-laws, handbooks, minutes, subject files, and committee records. There is also information concerning faculty awards and chairs.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Office of the Provost.

Office of the Provost records, 1990-2000

54.5 linear ft. (57 boxes)

The collection contains administrative records and subject files of the Office of the Provost at Emory University and documents the Provost's responsibilities as principal academic officer of the University.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Porter, James A. (James Amos), 1905-

James A. Porter papers, 1867-2009 (bulk 1920-1995)

45.5 linear feet (93 boxes), 2 oversized papers boxes and 1 oversized papers folder (OP), and 1 bound volume (BV)

Papers of African American artist and art historian James A. Porter including correspondence, personal papers, artwork, writings, Howard University files, artist and subject files collected by Porter, photographs, and audiovisual material, as well as some papers of wife Dorothy Porter Wesley and daughter Constance Porter Uzelac.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library