Johns Hopkins University
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Scope and Contents The records of the Board of University Studies date from 1891 through 1953. Except for the bound volumes of Minutes, however, there are no records dating prior to 1926. The record group is divided into two subgroups, the first subgroup containing the records created by the Board itself. Subgroup 1, series 1 in this subgroup consists of the Minutes of the Board, missing prior to 1891 but complete thereafter. Series 2 consists of the Supporting Papers of the Board (1926-1951). The second subgroup...
Overview The records of the Office of the Provost span the years 1930 to 2005, although records are rather scant prior to 1942. This record group includes subject files, budget records, academic department and division records and visiting committee records.
Collection — Box: 1 
Overview This item is a remembrance book created in memory of R. Champlin "Champ" Sheridan, 1952 alumnus of Johns Hopkins University and benefactor of the university's Sheridan Libraries.
Collection — Box: 1 
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview Robert Bruce Toulston was a professor of German at Johns Hopkins University for thirty-seven years. Collection consists of condolences, notebooks and notes, bound plays (German, and English translations of Italian), and theater and concert programs from 1908-1953.
Collection — Box: OB-1 , Folder: 2
Overview This collection consists of three illustrations of Gilman Hall, Homewood Museum (Homewood House), and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, created by artist Robert Childress in 1973.
Collection — Container: 1 
Overview Samuel Grant Oliphant (1864-1936) was a Classics scholar and professor of Greek and Sanskrit who studied at Johns Hopkins University. The collection is formed by 43 notebooks containing the student notes recorded by Samuel Grant Oliphant during his graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University from 1902 to 1907.
Scope and Contents The records of the Asian Studies curriculum are very limited in scope. They are contained in two series: (1) Correspondence, 1974-1982, and (2) Student Records, 1968-1977. Although they range in date from 1968 to 1982, the bulk of the records, the chronological correspondence of Nathaniel Thayer, spans only the period 1977 to 1982. The records highlight the duties and interests of a faculty member in the field of Asian Studies. In the correspondence, Thayer discusses his travel, research,...