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  • Subject is exactly "Admission of women"

Two pages of notes created by Lucy Lee Lancaster with highlights from women's history on campus.

Pamphlet aimed at recruiting women students to VPI, including details on housing, academic programs, and campus life.

Eight pages of handwritten notes from Lucy Lee Lancaster about the admission of full-time women students, early achievements, and "firsts."

This item includes approximately 60 pages of handwritten notes created by Lucy Lee Lancaster while documenting women's history on campus. The first part contains her transcripts of conversations between early women students and women students in the…

An early history of women students on campus (note: this history does not cover much of the history of part-time women students before 1921) from about 1921 to the early 1960s.

Lucy Lee Lancaster “Much Loved Public Spirited Lady” presentation
The goal of this site is to organize gathered historical information about Blacksburg, VA and the surrounding Montgomery County. The site features helpful primary online sources, provides a platform for document transcriptions, captures local history…
William M. Priddy's letter to President Burruss includes his views on a number of issues relating to campus. On page 2, there is a paragraph addressing concerns about allowing women to attend VPI.

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This thesis analyzes coeducation as a process between 1914 and 1964 at Virginia Polytechnic Institute (VPI), as it was called during the period of study. The date for women's full-time admission came in 1921, but this thesis argues that, in the…
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