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Mary Bynum Borgognoni papers, 1943-1945.

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Creator: Borgognoni, Mary Bynum.
Collection number: 989
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Abstract: Letters from officers of southern colleges and universities answering an inquiry about the status of graduate education in the South, graduate study by blacks, and southerners educated in Europe before 1900. These letters were solicited as part of Borgognoni (also known as Mary Bynum Holmes Ricks) research for her doctoral thesis, “A History of Graduate Work in the South.”

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: The letters were from officers of southern colleges and universities answering a query about the status of graduate education in the South, graduate study among blacks, and southerners educated in Europe before 1900.

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