In Memento Mori : Doctor Caroline Colvin Scrapbook
Identifier: SpC MS 1686-sc
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A scrapbook about Caroline Colvin compiled by Mary W. Ogborn, a relative of Dr. Colvin. The volume contains newspaper clippings about Colvin, information about her former students, documents from her study in 1926 at Oxford University, etc. Entries are annotated by the compiler.
- 1863-1953 (?)
- Ogborn, Mary W. (compiler, Person)
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Caroline Colvin was born Oct. 8, 1863, in Webster, Indiana. She graduated from Indiana State Normal School in 1890 and from Indiana University in 1893. She received a Ph.D. in history from the University of Pennsylvania in 1901. In 1902 she became an instructor in history at the University of Maine, beginning a lifelong career there that saw her serving as chair of the history department, 1906-1932, and as the first dean of women, 1923-1927. Colvin Hall on the campus of the University of Maine is named in her honor. She died in 1953.
1 volume (33 cm)
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A scrapbook about Caroline Colvin compiled by Mary W. Ogborn, a relative of Dr. Colvin.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of the estate of Argus E. Ogborn, Richmond, Indiana, in 1992.
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