University of Chicago
The University of Chicago (est. 1890) is an educational institution in Chicago, Illinois.
Citation:İstanbul ve Chicago Üniversiteleri karma projesi güneydoğu Anadolu tar. araş, 1980: v. 1, p. 1 (Chicago Üniversitesi)
Goodspeed, T. A history of the University of Chicago, 1972: p. 13 (in January 1857, the institution was incorporated as The University of Chicago) p. 31, etc. ("on October 1, 1886, three months after the closing of the Old University ...")
The University of Chicago WWW site, viewed Oct. 12, 2012: home page (The University of Chicago; 5801 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60637; 773.702.1234)
Minutes of the Board of Trustees, Old University of Chicago, 9-8-1890 ("Resolution A. Resolved, that the corporate name of this University be and the same is hereby changed from 'The University of Chicago' to 'The Old University,' and that from and after the adoption of this resolution, the corporate name of this University shall be 'The Old University')
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Autobiographies of Alma W. King and Lucille Olson King
Chauncy D. Harris interview, Chicago, Illinois
Chicago University Branch collection of Sunday School speeches
J. Wyley Sessions papers on education, 1911-1934
Contains papers regarding his education at the Agricultural College, and summer school at Brigham Young University and the University of Chicago.
A little learning
Describes his educational experiences as a student, including elementary and high school in Snowflake, Arizona, beginning in 1927; Gila Junior College, 1938; Brigham Young University, 1940; Iowa State College (later university), 1942; and the University of Chicago, 1942. He mentions, by name, several teachers who made a positive difference in his life.
Ted Lyon research on T. Edgar Lyon
Contains research material on T. Edgar Lyon, Sr., drafts of the T. Edgar Lyon biography, miscellaneous materials regarding T. Edgar Lyon, cassette tapes of oral interviews regarding T. Edgar Lyon, and transcripts of the cassette tapes.
Dallin H. Oaks personal papers
Contains the personal papers of Oaks from prior to his call as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It includes personal correspondence, research files, legal files, material on various associations that Oaks was active in, material related to his service as a Regional Representative for the Church, and materials from Oaks' academic career as a law student and a law professor.