Bard College Board of Trustees Collection



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Bard College Board of Trustees Collection (1897-1994, Bulk 1897-1974)
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Abstract:
In 1860, with the granting of its charter, St. Stephen’s College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York was born. Founded by John and Margaret Bard, this school for the education of young men intending to enter the Episcopalian ministry has grown and evolved in ways that the Bards could never have imagined. When St. Stephen’s was struggling with financing the school, the board of trustees and president decided to merge with Columbia University in 1928, and changed their name to Bard College in order to reflect their new course of study in 1934.
The Bard College Board of Trustees Collection includes papers related to the Board of Trustees, encompassing 1897 through 1994, the bulk covering the years 1897-1974. The collection shows the financial history of the school through the eyes of the trustees, reflects the architectural process of the college, social life, curriculum development and many other aspects of the management of this country college.
Terms of Access and Use:
The collection is open for research according to the regulations of Bard College.
Arrangement:
The collection is divided among many binders in roughly chronological order. It is difficult to tell at what point the minutes were collected and bound; in some instances they were bound quite recently. Some binders have the minutes of the trustee meetings bound with supplemental materials, and in other cases the supplemental materials were bound separately or not bound at all; in that case those materials have been collected in roughly chronological order and boxed separately.
Collection List:
Binder 1.1: 1897-1915

  • Wardens: Robert Brinckerhoff Fairbairn (1863-1888), Lawrence T. Cole (1899-1903) and Thomas R. Harris (1904-1907).

  • Warden/President: William Cunningham Rodgers (1909-1919).

  • Acting Warden: George Bailey Hopson (1898-1899; 1903-1904; 1907-1909).

  • 1903 George B. Hopson receives Honorary Doctor of Civil Law degree.

  • 1905 Lawrence T. Cole receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • 1909 William Cunningham Rodgers receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.




  • Notable names include: John Bard; Robert B. Fairbairn; William Harison; John Aspinwall; Cornelius Vanderbilt; Henry C. Potter; William F. Manning; George B. Hopson; Henry A. Fairbairn; Lawrence T. Cole; Haley Fiske; William Cunningham Rodgers.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, executive committee minutes, course of study.

Binder 1.2: 1915-1919



  • Warden/President: William Cunningham Rodgers (1909-1919).




  • Notable names include: William Harison; Haley Fiske; William Cunningham Rodgers; William F. Manning; Lawrence T. Cole; Charles S. Burch.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, financial reports, construction reports, presidents’ reports, publications, and Synod resolutions.

Binder 1.3: 1919-1922



  • President: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).




  • Notable names include: Lawrence T. Cole; William F. Manning; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Haley Fiske; William Harison; Bernard Iddings Bell; Charles S. Burch.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, education publications, presidents’ reports, financial reports, correspondence, construction reports, education committee reports, administrative committee reports, and fundraising reports.

Binder 1.4: 1922-1925



  • President: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).




  • Notable names include: William Harison; Bernard Iddings Bell; Haley Fiske; Lawrence T. Cole; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; William F. Manning.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, presidents’ reports, fundraising reports, endowment reports, financial reports, alumni association reports, construction reports, education committee reports, advisory committee reports, administrative and committee reports.

Binder 1.5: 1925-1926



  • President: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).




  • Notable names include: Bernard Iddings Bell; Lawrence T. Cole; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Haley Fiske; William F. Manning; William Harison.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, financial reports, correspondence, construction reports, presidents’ reports, administrative committee reports, student committee reports, faculty committee report, education committee reports, and athletic committee report.

Folder 2.1: 1903-1908



  • Wardens: Lawrence T. Cole (1899-1903) and Thomas R. Harris (1904-1907).

  • Acting Warden: George Bailey Hopson (1898-1899; 1903-1904; 1907-1909).

  • 1905 Lawrence T. Cole receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • Item descriptions not in index.




  • Types of materials include: Treasurer’s statement, correspondence between and among the secretary and board members, or individuals within the Diocese of New York; faculty reports on curriculum, administrative committee meeting minutes, report of the committee of ten proposing the removal of St. Stephen’s College to the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and educational committee reports.

Folder 2.2: 1909



  • Acting Warden: George Bailey Hopson (1898-1899; 1903-1904; 1907-1909).

  • Warden/President: William Cunningham Rodgers (1909-1919).

  • 1909 William Cunningham Rodgers receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • Item descriptions not in index.




  • Notable names include: James E. Freeman; Mr. Thayer; William Cunningham Rodgers; George Zabriskie; George Bailey Hopson; Thomas Hunt.




  • Types of materials include: Notices of scheduled board meetings, correspondence, meeting agendas, by-law reports, meeting minutes, new warden search papers, wardens’ reports, financial reports, Greek requirements reports, degree reports, real estate reports, and fundraising reports.

Folder 2.3: 1909



  • Acting Warden: George Bailey Hopson (1898-1899; 1903-1904; 1907-1909).

  • 1909 William Cunningham Rodgers receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • Warden/President: William Cunningham Rodgers (1909-1919).

  • Item descriptions not in index.




  • Notable names include: James E. Freeman; Mr. Thayer; William Cunningham Rodgers; George Zabriskie; George Bailey Hopson; Thomas Hunt.




  • Types of materials include: Notices of scheduled board meetings, correspondence, meeting agendas, by-law reports, meeting minutes, new warden search papers, wardens’ reports, financial reports, Greek requirements reports, degree reports, real estate reports, and fundraising reports.

Folder 3.1: 1910-1912



  • Warden/President: William Cunningham Rodgers (1909-1919).

  • 1910 Henry Fairbairn ’79 receives Honorary Doctor of Literature degree.

  • Item descriptions not in index.




  • Types of materials include: Treasurer’s reports, financial papers, correspondence, Gerry family gift papers, real estate reports, presidents’ reports, gymnasium construction reports, and meeting minutes.

Folder 3.2: 1914-1915



  • Warden/President: William Cunningham Rodgers (1909-1919).

  • Item descriptions not in index.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, administrative committee minutes, and correspondence.

Binder 4.1: 1927-1928



  • President/Dean: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).

  • St. Stephen’s merges with Columbia 1928.




  • Notable names include: William Harison; Bernard Iddings Bell; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Haley Fiske; Henry Darlington.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, financial reports, construction reports, correspondence, presidents’ reports, church college executive association, fundraising reports, administrative committee reports, agreement joining Columbia and St. Stephen’s, and ways and means committee reports.

Binder 4.2: 1927-1928



  • President/Dean: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).

  • St. Stephen’s merges with Columbia 1928.




  • Notable names include: Bernard Iddings Bell; Henry Darlington; William Harison; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Haley Fiske; William F. Manning; F. M. Terhune.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, presidents’ reports, financial reports, faculty committee reports, and fundraising reports.

Binder 4.3: 1929-1930



  • President/Dean: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).

  • St. Stephen’s merges with Columbia 1928.




  • Notable names include: Nicholas Murray Butler; Bernard Iddings Bell; Henry Darlington; Oliver B. James; William Harrison; Ward Melville; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Edward Branch Lyman; Stephen Williams.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, wardens’ reports, and financial reports.

Binder 4.4: 1928-1929



  • President/Dean: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).

  • St. Stephen’s merges with Columbia 1928.

  • Item descriptions not in index.

Binder 4.5: 1930-1931



  • Dean: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933).




  • Notable names include: Edward Branch Lyman; Bernard Iddings Bell; Nicholas Murray Butler; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Henry Darlington; Ward Melville; Stephen Williams; William Harison; Oliver B. James; William F. Manning.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, financial report, wardens’ report, and ways and means committee reports.

Binder 5.1: 1931-1933



  • Deans: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933) and Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).




  • Notable names include: Nicholas Murray Butler; Bernard Iddings Bell; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Oliver B. James; Ward Melville; William Harison; Stephen Williams; Henry Darlington; Donald G. Tewksbury.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, wardens’ reports, correspondence, financial reports, joint college committee reports, wardens’ reports, construction reports, fundraising reports, committee of nine reports, statement about the advisability of closing the college, committee of seven reports, and librarian’s report.

Binder 5.2: 1933-1934



  • Deans: Bernard Iddings Bell (1919-1933) and Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).

  • Name of school changed to Bard College in 1934.




  • Notable names include: Nicholas Murray Butler; Bernard Iddings Bell; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Henry Darlington; Oliver B. James; Stephen Williams; William Harison; Ward Melville; Edward Russell Bourne; Lawrence T. Cole; Donald G. Tewksbury.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, statement of the warden about the advisability of closing the college, committee of seven reports, education committee reports, and administration committee reports.

Binder 5.3: 1933-1934



  • Dean: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).

  • Name of school changed to Bard College in 1934.




  • Notable names include: Nicholas Murray Butler; Lawrence T. Cole; Elwyn Spear; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Henry Darlington; Oliver B. James; Ward Melville; Stephen Williams; William Harison; Donald G. Tewksbury.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, financial reports, audits, proposed changes in the charter of St. Stephen’s, a draft for An Educational Program for St. Stephen’s college, and memorandums.

Binder 5.4: 1934-1936



  • Dean: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).

  • Name of school changed to Bard College in 1934.




  • Notable names include: Stephen Williams; Oliver B. James; Donald G. Tewksbury; Ward Melville; Nicholas Murray Butler; Lawrence T. Cole; Elwyn Spear; William Harison; Henry Darlington; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; William F. Manning; Frederic H. Kent.




  • Types of material include: Committee of seven reports, financial reports, meeting minutes, executive committee reports, fundraising reports, education committee reports, and correspondence.

Binder 5.5: 1934-1937



  • Dean: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).

  • Name of school changed to Bard College in 1934.




  • Notable names include: Stephen Williams; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Oliver B. James; Ward Melville, Donald G. Tewksbury; William Harison; Elwyn Spear; Nicholas Murray Butler; Lawrence T. Cole; Frederic H. Kent; William F. Manning.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, committee of seven report, executive committee reports, fundraising reports, finance reports, and education committee reports.

Binder 6.1: 1934-1936



  • Dean: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).

  • Name of school changed to Bard College in 1934.




  • Notable names include: Stephen Williams; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Oliver B. James; Ward Melville; Donald G. Tewksbury; Lawrence T. Cole; William Harison; Elwyn Spear; William F. Manning; Nicholas Murray Butler; Frederic H. Kent; Henry Darlington.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, committee of seven reports, executive committee reports, fundraising reports, financial reports, correspondence, education committee reports.

Binder 6.2: 1935-1937



  • Dean: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).




  • Notable names include: Stephen Williams; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Lawrence T. Cole; Henry Darlington; Elwyn Spear; Oliver B. James; Ward Melville; Donald G. Tewksbury; William Harison; Frederic H. Kent; Nicholas Murray Butler.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes by-laws as amended, financial reports, and nine-year operation reports.

Binder 6.3: 1936-1937



  • Dean: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937).




  • Notable names include: Stephen Williams; Elwyn Spear; Henry Darlington; Ward Melville, Lawrence T. Cole; Nicholas Murray Butler; Donald G. Tewksbury; Frederic H. Kent; William Harison; Oliver B. James; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, financial reports, executive committee reports, education committee reports, and nine-year operation report.

Binder 6.4: 1937-1938



  • Deans: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937) and Harold Mestre (1937-1939).




  • Notable names include: Oliver B. James; Nicholas Murray Butler; Stephen Williams; Lawrence T. Cole; Frederic H. Kent; Harold Mestre; Elwyn Spear; William Harison; Ward Melville; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, deans’ reports, and reorganization committee reports.

Binder 6.5: 1937-1939



  • Deans: Donald G. Tewksbury (1933-1937) and Harold Mestre (1937-1939).

  • Acting Dean Robert Leigh D. Leigh (1939).




  • Notable names include: James L. Freeborn; J. Barstow Smull; Nicholas Murray Butler; Ward Melville; Oliver B. James; Harold Mestre; John Baldwin Walker; William Harison; Hughell E.W. Fosbroke; Lawrence T. Cole; Elwyn Spear; Frederic H. Kent; Donald G. Tewksbury; Stephen Williams; Robert D. Leigh.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, proposed budgets, executive committee reports, financial reports, amended by-laws, correspondence, policy committee reports, fundraising committee reports, and education committee reports.

Binder 6.6: 1938-1939



  • Dean: Harold Mestre (1937-1939).




  • Notable names include: Nicholas Murray Butler; Ward Melville; Harold Mestre; John Baldwin Walker; Oliver B. James; J. Barstow Smull.




  • Types of material include: Meeting minutes, financial reports, amended by-laws, correspondence and special reorganization reports.

Binder 7.1: 1939-1942



  • Deans: Harold Mestre (1937-1939) and Charles Harold Gray (1940-1946)

  • Acting Dean Robert Leigh D. Leigh (1939).




  • Notable names include: Nicholas Murray Butler; Henry Darlington; James L. Freeborn; Ward Melville; J. Barstow Smull; John Baldwin Walker; Robert D. Leigh; John V.W. Reynders; Charles Harold Gray.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, financial report, deans’ reports, correspondence, executive committee reports, and librarian’s report.

Binder 7.2: 1946-1950



  • Presidents: Charles Howard Gray (1940-1946) and Edward C. Fuller (1946-1950).




  • Notable names include: Mrs. Shirley Fisk; Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Beekman); Edward C. Fuller; Harry Arthur Hopf; John H. Steinway; James L. Freeborn; Elwyn Spear.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, appointments and resolutions.

Binder 7.3: 1946-1947



  • Presidents: Charles Howard Gray (1940-1946) and Edward C. Fuller (1946-1950).




  • Notable names include: Mrs. Shirley Fisk; Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Beekman); Edward C. Fuller; John H. Steinway; James L. Freeborn; Elwyn Spear; John B. Harris; Charles Harold Gray; J. Barstow Smull; William J. Walsh.




  • Types of materials include: Financial reports, meeting minutes, administration committee reports, presidents’ reports, correspondence, The Bard Review, newsletter, Buildings and Ground reports, national housing agency contract,

Binder 7.4: 1947-1949



  • President: Edward C. Fuller (1946-1950).




  • Notable names include: Edward C. Fuller; John B. Harris; Elwyn Spear; Ernest Hayes; Mrs. Shirley Fisk; Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Beekman); John Steinway.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, hand written notes, correspondence, financial reports, presidents’ reports, bursar’s reports, theatre proposal, and land deed copies.

Binder 7.5: 1950-1952



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1950 Melville Ward receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: Ruth Andrus; Sylvia Porter Collins; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Harry J. Carman; James H. Case Jr.; Howland S. Davis; John Steinway.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, Zabriskie/Blithwood estate papers; financial reports and executive committee reports.

Binder 7.6: 1950-1952



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1950 Melville Ward receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: James H. Case.




  • Types of materials include: Board of Trustee member lists, summer building projects, executive committee reports, policy committee reports, proposed program of undergraduate education, financial reports, correspondence, memoranda, resolutions, honorary degrees, by-laws, charters, buildings and ground reports, faculty appointments, meeting agendas, and academic freedom and tenure.

Binder 8.1: 1950-1951



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1950 Melville Ward receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: Ernest Hayes; Harry J. Carman; James H. Case Jr.; Howland S. Davis; Edgar W. Hatfield; Ruth Andrus, John H. Steinway.




  • Types of materials include: Financial reports, summer session information, charters, appointments, executive committee reports, presidents’ reports, correspondence, proposed program of undergraduate education, buildings and ground reports, meeting minutes, and by-laws.

Binder 8.2: 1952-1954



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1954 Donald G. Tewksbury receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.

  • 1952 Rev. Elwyn H. Spear receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.




  • Notable names include: Ruth Andrus; Helen Chapman; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Harry P. Carman; James H. Case, Jr.; Edgar W. Hatfield; Howland S. Davis; John Steinway.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, executive committee reports, financial report, and correspondence.

Binder 8.3: 1954-1955



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1954 Donald G. Tewksbury receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Ruth Andrus; Helen Chapman; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Harry P. Carman; James H. Case, Jr.; Edgar W. Hatfield; Howland S. Davis; John Steinway.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes.

Binder 8.4: 1955-1956



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1956 Edgar W. Hatfield ’31 receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: Helen Chapman; Harry J. Carman; James H. Case, Jr.; Howland S. Davis; Edgar W. Hatfield; John H. Steinway; Rita Hilborn Hopf.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes.

Binder 8.5: 1956-1957



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).

  • 1956 Edgar W. Hatfield ’31 receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: Helen Chapman; Harry J. Carman; James H. Case, Jr.; Howland S. Davis; Edgar W. Hatfield; John H. Steinway; Rita Hilborn Hopf.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes.

Binder 8.6: 1957-1958



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).




  • Notable names include: Edgar W. Hatfield; James H. Case, Jr.; Harry J. Carman; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Helen Chapman; Eva Belefant; Howland S. Davis.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, staff salaries, faculty salaries, financial reports, and correspondence.

Binder 9.1: 1958-1959



  • President: James H. Case, Jr. (1950-1960).




  • Notable names include: Edgar W. Hatfield; James H. Case, Jr.; Harry J. Carman; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Helen Chapman; Eva Belefant; Howland S. Davis; Donald G. Tewksbury.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, executive committee reports and minutes, proposals for promoting Bard, proposals for affiliation with NYU, financial reports, Four Sessions Plan, art exhibition and science medal report, In Memory of Donald Tewksbury, Bard parents council by-laws, correspondence, real estate papers, faculty salaries, and staff salaries.

Binder 9.2: 1960-1960



  • Acting President: K. Brent Woodruff (1960).

  • 1960 James H. Case Jr. receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.

  • 1960 Howland S. Davis receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

  • 1960 Louis W. Koenig ’38 receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: K. Brent Woodruff; Jarry J. Carman; Edgar W. Hatfield; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Reamer Kline; Eva Belefant; Helen Chapman; Bernard J. Axelrod; Howland S. Davis.




  • Types of materials include: Correspondence, financial papers, meeting minutes, Bard College and the Episcopal committee, CVs, presidential selection committee reports, and executive committee reports.

Binder 9.3: 1960-1961



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • Acting President: K. Brent Woodruff (1960).

  • 1960 James H. Case Jr. receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.

  • 1960 Howland S. Davis receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

  • 1960 Louis W. Koenig ’38 receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Eva Belefant; Helen Chapman; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Bernard J. Axelrod; Clifford Burgess; Harry J. Carman; Howland S. Davis; James P. Fusscas; Edgar W. Hatfield; K. Brent Woodruff, Richard H. Rovere; Reamer Kline.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, financial reports, fundraising reports, presidential selection committee report, correspondence, academic standards committee reports, administrative policy committee reports, faculty committee reports, and executive committee reports.

Binder 9.4: 1961-1962



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1962 Rev. Bernard Iddings Bell receives posthumous Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • 1962 Richard H. Rovere ’37 receives Honorary Doctor of Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Eva Belefant; Clifford Burgess; Harry J. Carman; James P. Fusscas; Reamer Kline; Edgar W. Hatfield; William J. Walsh; Bernard J. Axelrod; Edward S. Grandin; Rita Hilborn Hopf; William K. Russell;




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, financial papers, director of development reports, president’s reports; admissions reports, dormitory visitation policy, and faculty and staff reports.

Binder 9.5: 1962-1963



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1962 Rev. Bernard Iddings Bell receives posthumous Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • 1962 Richard H. Rovere ’37 receives Honorary Doctor of Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Bernard J. Axelrod; Harry J. Carman; Edgar W. Hatfield; Robert L. Lincoln; Reamer Kline; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Edward S. Grandin; Charlene Newburg; Elizabeth Pool; Howland S. Davis.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, financial reports, association of mid-Hudson Colleges reports, fundraising reports, executive committee minutes, honorary degree nominations, Bard and Its Objectives, Ward manor acquisition, president’s reports, and admission statistics.

Binder 9.6: 1961-1963



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1962 Rev. Bernard Iddings Bell receives posthumous Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

  • 1962 Richard H. Rovere ’37 receives Honorary Doctor of Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Bernard J. Axelrod; Harry J. Carman; Edgar W. Hatfield; Robert L. Lincoln; Reamer Kline; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Edward S. Grandin; Charlene Newburg; Elizabeth Pool; Howland S. Davis.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, correspondence, financial reports, association of mid-Hudson Colleges reports, fundraising reports, executive committee minutes, Bard and Its Objectives, resolutions, president’s reports, student housing reports, and admission statistics.

Binder 10.1: 1963-1964



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1964 Henry L. Scott receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.




  • Notable Names include: Bernard J. Axelrod; Warren H. Turner Jr.; Reamer Kline; David E. Schwab III; Paul Whitcomb Williams, Harry J. Carman; Charlene Newburg; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Howland S. Davis; Eva Belefant; James P. Fusscas.




  • Types of materials include: meeting minutes, correspondence, Joint Long Range Planning Committee reports, honorary degrees, class profiles, president’s reports, agendas, admissions reports, and financial reports.

Binder 10.2: 1964- 1965



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1964 Henry L. Scott receives Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.




  • Notable Names Include: Edgar W. Hatfield; James P. Fusscas; Paul Whitcomb Williams; David E. Schwab III; Russell R. Brown; Reamer Kline; Rita Hilborn Hopf; Warren H. Turner Jr.; Charlene Newburg.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, financial papers, dean’s reports, president’s reports, Joint Long Range Planning Committee reports, building reports, correspondence, education committee reports, and executive committee reports.

Binder 10.3: 1966-1967



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1966 Rev. Clinton R. Jones ’38 receives Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.




  • Notable Names include: Harold L. Hodgkinson; Paul Whitcomb Williams; Edgar W. Hatfield; James P. Fusscas; Reamer Kline; William E. Attwood; Charles B. McCabe; Sidney Shelov; Henry L. Scott; David E. Schwab III; Warren H. Turner Jr.; Glenn W. Boynton; Eva Belefant; Mrs. Carman; Clinton R. Jones.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, dean’s reports, kappa house reports, president’s reports, financial reports, fundraising reports, agendas, social regulations, executive committee minutes, Joint long range planning committee, development reports, honorary degrees, and educational policy reports.

Binder 10.4: 1967-1968



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).




  • Notable names include: Warren H. Turner, Jr.; Glenn W. Boynton; Paul Whitcomb Williams; Edgar W. Hatfield; James P. Fusscas; Warren H. Turner, Jr.; David E. Schwab III; Reamer Kline; Bobbie Gray.




  • Types of materials include: Meeting minutes, plant construction reports, financial reports, joint long range planning committee, development reports, president’s reports, executive committee meetings, buildings and grounds reports, student loans, and Association of American colleges.

Folder 11.1: 1966-1967



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • Item descriptions not in index.

Folder 11.2: 1967-1968



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • Item descriptions not in index.

Folder 11.3: 1968-1969



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • Item descriptions not in index.

Folder 11.4: 1969-1970



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • Item descriptions not in index.

Folder 11.5: 1970-1971



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1971 Peter H. Stone ’51 receives Honorary Doctor of Letters degree.

  • Item descriptions not in index.

Binder 12.1: 1970-1971



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1971 Peter H. Stone ’51 receives Honorary Doctor of Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Paul Whitcomb Williams; Edgar W. Hatfield; William F. Rueger; David E. Schwab III; Warren H. Turner Jr.; Reamer Kline; Bernard J. Axelrod; Clinton R. Jones.




  • Types of items include: Meeting minutes, committee on policies on faculty evaluation report, by-laws, executive committee report, financial reports, joint long range planning committee reports, correspondence, president’s reports, committee on campus and community relations reports, honorary degrees, and executive committee meeting minutes.

Binder 12.2: 1971-1972



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1971 Peter H. Stone ’51 receives Honorary Doctor of Letters degree.




  • Notable names include: Paul Whitcomb Williams; Reamer Kline; David E. Schwab III; Bobbie Gray; Ernest Henderson III; Warren H. Turner, Jr.; Edgar W. Hatfield; James P. Fusscas; Eva Belefant; Charlene Newburg; Clinton R. Jones.




  • Types of items include: Meeting minutes, certificate of corporation banking resolution and security agreement, correspondence, financial reports, honorary degrees, joint long range planning committee reports, executive committee meeting minutes; office of admissions and financial aid report.

Binder 12.3: 1972-1973



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).




  • Notable names include: Paul Whitcomb Williams; Reamer Kline; Edgar W. Hatfield; Warren H. Turner Jr.; David E. Schwab III; Mrs. Saul Ellenbogen; Gertrude Works; Ruth Zipser; James P. Fusscas; Ward Melville.




  • Types of items include: Executive committee minutes, meeting minutes, development reports, financial reports, president’s reports, meeting agendas, publications schedule, committee on campus and community relations reports, and stone row conversion loan.

Binder 12.4: 1973-1974



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1974 James P. Fusscas ’31 receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: David L. Wagner; Paul Whitcomb Williams; Edgar W. Hatfield; Reamer Kline; David E. Schwab III; Warren H. Turner Jr.; Mrs. Saul Ellenbogen; Lorelle Marcus Phillips; Gertrude Works; Ruth Zipser, Mary Ann Knauss.




  • Types of items include: Controller reports, financial barrier to attendance report, meeting minutes, meeting agendas, long range planning committee reports, financial reports, vice presidents’ reports, presidents’ reports, Reamer Kline’s retirement letter, executive committee minutes, and library addition project reports.

Binder 12.5: 1974-1974



  • President: Reamer Kline (1960-1974).

  • 1974 James P. Fusscas ’31 receives Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.




  • Notable names include: Paul Whitcomb Williams; Edgar W. Hatfield; Reamer Kline; David E. Schwab III; Warren H. Turner Jr.; Mrs. Saul Ellenbogen; Lorelle Marcus Phillips; Gertrude Works; Ruth Zipser, Mary Ann Knauss.




  • Types of items include: executive committee minutes, financial reports, president’s report, meeting minutes, and meeting agendas.



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