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Biographical Note

Administrative Information

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Consultors and Trustees

Jesuitica

Prefect Diaries

Post-Graduate Course

Medical-Dental Schools

Library

Museum

Gonzaga Hall

St. Francis Xavier (College) Church

Student Compositions

Literary Exercises and Commencement

Organizations

Dramatics

Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair)

Meteorological Records

National Defense (World War II)

Student Records

Alumni Records

Financial Records

Real Estate

Legal Documents

Certificates

Correspondence

Diaries

Ephemera

Historical Accounts

Letter Books

Lists

Notes

Publications

Reports

Speeches and Sermons

Non-Saint Louis University Records



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Title: Saint Louis University Historical Records  [DOC REC 1], 1639-1966Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Saint Louis University. (1818-)

Extent: 38.0 Linear Feet. More info below.

Arrangement:

The series arrangement begins hierarchically, with material relating to the administration of the University and to its departments taking precedence over that chronicling student activities and University "housekeeping."  The final few series are arranged alphabetically by record format while the last series consists of non-Saint Louis University records that were discovered to be part of the same cache of records that had been in the St. Louis Room of Pius Library.  The arrangement of and within subseries is alphabetical and/or chronological.

The 33 series are:  1. Consultors and Trustees; 2. Jesuitica; 3. Prefect Diaries; 4. Post-Graduate Course; 5. Medical-Dental Schools; 6. Library; 7. Museum; 8. Gonzaga Hall; 9. St. Francis Xavier (College) Church; 10. Student Compositions; 11. Commencement and Literary Exercises; 12. Organizations; 13. Dramatics; 14. Lousiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair); 15. Meteorological Records; 16. National Defense (World War II); 17. Student Records; 18. Alumni Records; 19. Financial Records; 20. Real Estate; 21. Legal Documents; 22. Certificates; 23. Correspondence; 24. Diaries; 25. Ephemera; 26. Historical Accounts; 27. Letter Books; 28. Lists; 29. Notes; 30. Publications; 31. Reports; 32. Speeches; and 33. Non-Saint Louis University Historical Records.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Saint Louis University Historical Records provide glimpses into the inner workings of the early University rather than a seamless history of its development and administration.  Over the years much has apparently been lost, and the contents of this collection, sketchy though they may be, serves as our closest link to the past of Saint Louis University.

The collection contains items dating from as early as 1639 to as late as 1966, with the earliest material being nineteenth-century copies of rare originals and the most recent transmittal letters accompanying gifts from donors.  The bulk of the material spans the mid-nineteenth to very early twentieth centuries.

The fragmented nature of the collection, as well as the difficulty in imposing modern bureaucratic constructs on laissez-faire nineteenth-century University officers, whose duties often overlapped and who were as involved in mundane housekeeping tasks as in long-range policy planning, necessitated arranging series  into a hierarchy of University administration functions and divisions, followed by the activities of the University community, by housekeeping records, and finally by record format.  These format series are arranged alphabetically.  The collection concludes with a series of non-University historical records that were for some reason mixed in with University records of a similar timeframe.  These pertain to other Catholic educational institutions both in St. Louis and elsewhere.

It should be remembered that during the early period covered by these records the distinctions among the University as an educational institution, St. Francis Xavier (College) Church as a parish, and the Jesuits as a religious community were not at all clear-cut.  Two examples of this are encountered in the Jesuitica and Financial Records Series.  The Jesuitica Series is composed mainly of records that document the Jesuits' lives in religion and in community, yet a subseries on teaching, made up of lecture notes and bibliographies prepared by Jesuits, illuminates not only the content and method of classroom instruction but also the way that Jesuits filtered this teaching through their particular world view.  The Financial Records Series, too, contains many volumes that appear to cover indiscriminately the financial affairs of the school, the church, the Missouri Province, individual Jesuit residences, and the Jesuit fathers and brothers themselves.  A similar situation exists in the case of the financial records subseries of the Jesuitica and St. Francis Xavier (College) Church Series.

The largest and one of the most interesting of the series is that entitled Organizations, which encompasses everything from student clubs and church sodalities to the Alumni Association, thus chronicling the extracurricular social, religious, and academic activities of students and other members of the University community.

The second largest series, Jesuitica, and the third largest, Financial Records, have been touched upon above.  Among the remaining series, the Student Records Series gives the names and addresses of students, the classes to which they were assigned, information on their families and courses of study, and their grades for both academic work and conduct.  It also includes lists of absentees and of those leaving school, with sometimes pithy comments about the circumstances of these occurrences.

Other series of particular interest include Prefect Diaries, which consists of journals kept by the University prefects of discipline, studies, and small boys.  They detail daily life at the school among students, the chief focus, as well as their Jesuit mentors.  The Student Compositions Series, supplemented by similar items in the two series entitled Commencement and Literary Exercises, and Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair), demonstrates the differing levels of proficiency of students in various fields of study.  The Letter Books Series, made up of correspondence from parents and guardians, University agents, and fellow Jesuits to University officials, is a gold mine of gleanings in the sociocultural and political history that serves as the background for the financial, academic, and religious matters under discussion.

Biographical Note

The latest history of the University is William B. Faherty's Better the Dream; Saint Louis: University and Community, 1818-1968, published by Saint Louis University in 1968.  Faherty's bibliography is helpful and mentions two other lengthy histories of the school: Walter H. Hill's Historical Sketch of the St. Louis University; The Celebration of Its Fiftieth Anniversary or Golden Jubilee, on June 24, 1879 (St. Louis: Fox, 1879); and Memorial Volume of the Diamond Jubilee of St. Louis University, 1829-1904, published in 1904.  The latter contains fascinating sketches of University presidents and alumni as well as accounts of student organizations such as the Philalethic Society and of the University departments.

A shorter history of the University was compiled by William H.W. Fanning and published as "Historical Sketch of the St. Louis University" in Vol. 4, No. 5 (mistakenly numbered No. 4) of the University Bulletin (December 1908).  A brief history of the early Medical Department is contained in the Centennial Volume of the Saint Louis Medical Society under the title "Historical Sketch of the First Medical Department of St. Louis University, 1835-1856" by Louis C. Boisliniere Jr. (pages 63-66+).

A pictorial history of the University is Saint Louis University: 150 Years by Rita G. Adams, William C. Einspanier, and B.T. Lukaszewski, published around the same time as Faherty's book.

The University Catalogues and Bulletins also contain much contemporary information on courses of study, student organizations, and the lives of boarders and day students.  These volumes include period photographs of the campus.

There appears to be no published chronology offering a thumbnail sketch of University history.  Following is a list of significant dates in the University story.

1818--Louis William DuBourg, Bishop of Louisiana, founds St. Louis College, in reality an academy, or high school, of the day.  The College of Arts and Sciences dates from this year.

1829--the Society of Jesus establishes a new Saint Louis College at 9th and Washington, subsuming the old academy.

1832--Saint Louis University is chartered, becoming the first university to be established west of the Mississippi River.  The Graduate School dates from this year.  The first student organization on campus, the speech club or Philalethic Society, is also set up.

1836--the first Medical Department is established, but lapses in 1840.  It is revived in 1842 but severs its connection with the University in 1855.

1840--Bishop Rosati lays the cornerstone for the first St. Francis Xavier (College) Church at 9th and Christy.

1842--the Law School is founded, but classes end in 1847.

1884--Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia lays the cornerstone for the new St. Francis Xavier (College) Church at Grand and Lindell.

1888--the University moves from its old location at 9th and Washington to its present quarters at Grand and Lindell.

1889--the College of Philosophy and Letters is founded to prepare students for the Catholic priesthood.

1903--the University takes over Marion-Sims-Beaumont Medical College and forms the Saint Louis technology is founded.  This year, too, Black students are admitted to the University, making it the first White school in the city at any level to allow Blacks to matriculate.

1946--Parks College affiliates with the University.  The college opened in 1927.

1979--the School of Allied Health Professions is established.

1991--the School of Public Health is founded.

Administrative Information

Repository: Saint Louis University Libraries Special Collections:  Archives and Manuscripts

Alternate Extent Statement: 3,083 items

Acquisition Method:

The Saint Louis University Historical Records contain the bulk of the general historical University material that was housed in the St. Louis Room of the Saint Louis University Archives since the 1950s.  Aside from notations on the identity of the donors of several items, information on provenance is sketchy.  These records were probably maintained by the Jesuit librarians in a room near the old library in DuBourg Hall until Pius XII Memorial Library was completed in 1959, at which time they were transferred to the Saint Louis Room.

This collection comprises records, manuscripts, ephemera, etc. produced during roughly the first century of the University community, which includes the school itself, St. Francis Xavier (College) Church, and the Jesuits responsible for them both.  Along with the University Scrapbooks, this collection represents the preponderance of primary sources relating to the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century history of Saint Louis University.

Preferred Citation: Saint Louis University Libraries Special Collections. Saint Louis University Historical Records (DOC REC 1)


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Consultors and Trustees],
[Series 2: Jesuitica, 1639-1940],
[Series 3: Prefect Diaries, 1851-1894],
[Series 4: Post-Graduate Course, 1879-1886],
[Series 5: Medical-Dental Schools, 1836-1927],
[Series 6: Library, 1836-1940],
[Series 7: Museum, 1837-1929],
[Series 8: Gonzaga Hall, 1910-1926],
[Series 9: St. Francis Xavier (College) Church, 1840-1941],
[Series 10: Student Compositions, 1863-1955],
[Series 11: Literary Exercises and Commencement, 1838-1951],
[Series 12: Organizations],
[Series 13: Dramatics, 1843-1938],
[Series 14: Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair), 1820-1904],
[Series 15: Meteorological Records],
[Series 16: National Defense (World War II), 1940-1941],
[Series 17: Student Records, 1851-1944],
[Series 18: Alumni Records, 1828-1916],
[Series 19: Financial Records, 1839-1938],
[Series 20: Real Estate, 1772-1913],
[Series 21: Legal Documents, 1838-1943],
[Series 22: Certificates, 1871-1952],
[Series 23: Correspondence, 1845-1965],
[Series 24: Diaries, 1833-1882],
[Series 25: Ephemera, 1829-1947],
[Series 26: Historical Accounts, 1832-1966],
[Series 27: Letter Books, 1834-1885],
[Series 28: Lists, 1878-1879],
[Series 29: Notes, 1828-1914],
[Series 30: Publications, 1923-1941],
[Series 31: Reports, c.1861],
[Series 32: Speeches and Sermons, 1882-c.1930],
[Series 33: Non-Saint Louis University Records, 1827-1881],
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Series 5: Medical-Dental Schools, 1836-1927Add to your cart.
This series, arranged alphabetically into subseries and alphabetically or chronologically within subseries, mainly documents the founding of the first University medical school in the 1830s.  Subseries are: I. Board of Trustees; II. Constitution; III. Correspondence; IV. Dental College, minutes and financial records of Marion-Sims Dental College and its successor, the University's St. Louis Dental College; V. Financial Records; VI. Lists, noting items loaned to the Jefferson Memorial for an exhibit in 1914; VII. Minutes; and VIII. Petitions.
Physical Description: 112 items 43 folders/bound volumes All are in English. Most are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005
Sub-Series 1: Board of Trustees, 1836Add to your cart.
These are rules for the operation of the Board of Trustees.  This copy was submitted to the University faculty by Board Secretary William Greenleaf Eliot, later founder of Washington University in St. Louis.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0001
Sub-Series 2: Constitution, 1836Add to your cart.
These are two copies of the constitution of the Medical Department, apparently consisting of draft and final versions.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0002
Sub-Series 3: Correspondence. Alumni, 1916Add to your cart.
This is an annual letter from the Medical School to its alumni.  It includes class statistics, news of increased entrance requirements and more hospital facilities, and the obituary of Dr. Edward Nelson Tobey, Instructor in Tropical Diseases, who died in the British Honduras hurricane of 1915.
Physical Description: 1 item 1 folder English Original
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0003
Sub-Series 4: Correspondence. Beaumont, William, 1836Add to your cart.
Beaumont accepts the chair of surgery in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0004
Sub-Series 5: Correspondence. Billon, Charles P., 1841Add to your cart.
Billon accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0005
Sub-Series 6: Correspondence. Brainard, Daniel, 1842Add to your cart.
Brainard accepts the chair of anatomy in the Medical Department.  Brainard later founded Rush Medical College at the University of Chicago.
Physical Description: 4 items 1 folder All are in English. 3 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0006
Sub-Series 7: Correpondence. Brown, Benjamin Boyer, 1836Add to your cart.
Brown, Recording Secretary of the Missouri Medical Society, conveys to University President Verhaegen the resolutions of the Society regarding the need for a medical school, the suitability of the University as its home, and its probable composition.
Physical Description: 5 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0007
Sub-Series 8: Correspondence. Carpenter, Charles J., 1836Add to your cart.
Carpenter accepts the chair of anatomy and physiology in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0008
Sub-Series 9: Correspondence. Clemens, James Jr., 1842Add to your cart.
Clemens accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0009
Sub-Series 10: Correspondence. Collier, George, 1841Add to your cart.
Collier accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0010
Sub-Series 11: Correspondence. Crockett, J.B., 1842Add to your cart.
Crockett accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0011
Sub-Series 12: Correspondence. Davis, Samuel C., 1841Add to your cart.
Davis accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0012
Sub-Series 13: Correspondence. Dennies, J.C., 1841Add to your cart.
Dennies accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0013
Sub-Series 14: Correspondence. Eliot, William Greenleaf Jr., 1841Add to your cart.
These are two letters from Eliot resigning and then accepting his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 4 items 1 folder All are in English. 3 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0014
Sub-Series 15: Correspondence. Farrar, B.G., 1841Add to your cart.
Farrar first resigns, then accepts his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0015
Sub-Series 16: Correspondence. Gay, John H., 1841Add to your cart.
Gay declines his appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0016
Sub-Series 17: Correpondence. Green, Thomas P., 1837Add to your cart.
Green resigns his trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0017
Sub-Series 18: Correspondence. Hall, Joseph Wells, 1841-1842Add to your cart.
Wells accepts the professorship of the theory and practice of medicine in the Medical Department, and then proposes Moses Linton for that of obstetrics.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0018
Sub-Series 19: Correspondence. Helias, F.M., 1836Add to your cart.
Helias, Secretary of the University's Board of Trustees and Faculty, sends the Missouri Medical Society and the Medical Department's Board of Trustees an extract from his Board's proceedings regarding the establishment of the Medical Department and the University's determination to back it fully.
Physical Description: 4 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0019
Sub-Series 20: Correspondence. Hoffman, H.L., 1841Add to your cart.
Hoffman resigns his trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0020
Sub-Series 21: Correspondence. Jennings, Thomas R., 1841Add to your cart.
Jennings, a Tennessee state senator, declines the professorship of anatomy in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are in originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0021
Sub-Series 22: Correspondence. Johnson, John W., 1841Add to your cart.
Johnson resigns his trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0022
Sub-Series 23: Correspondence. Johnson, Joseph, 1836Add to your cart.
Johnson accepts the chair of the theory and practice of physic and medical jurisprudence in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0023
Sub-Series 24: Correspondence. King, H., 1836Add to your cart.
King accepts the chair of chemistry in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0024
Sub-Series 25: Correspondence. Linton, Moses L., 1842Add to your cart.
Linton accepts the chair of obstetrics and diseases of women and children in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0025
Sub-Series 26: Correspondence. Loeb, Hanau W., 1913Add to your cart.
This is a list of shareholders in the St. Louis Dental College, the number of their shares, and dividends to be issued.
Physical Description: 1 item 1 folder English Original
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0026
Sub-Series 27: Correspondence. Lucas, James H., 1841Add to your cart.
Lucas accepts a trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 3 items 1 folder All are in English. 2 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0027
Sub-Series 28: Correspondence. McCabe, E.H., N.D.Add to your cart.
McCabe rejects appointment as a Trustee of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0028
Sub-Series 29: Correspondence. Mills, A.L., 1841Add to your cart.
Mills accepts the trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0029
Sub-Series 30: Correspondence. O'Fallon, J., 1841Add to your cart.
O'Fallon resigns and then resumes the trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 4 items 1 folder All are in English. 3 are originals, 1 is a copy.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0030
Sub-Series 31: Correspondence. Prather, J.V., 1841Add to your cart.
Prather accepts the chair of surgery and surgical and pathological anatomy in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0031
Sub-Series 32: Correspondence. Prout, Hiram Augustus, 1841Add to your cart.
Prout accepts the chair of chemistry, materia medica, and pharmacy in the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0032
Sub-Series 33: Correspondence. Renshaw, William, 1841Add to your cart.
Renshaw resigns the trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 1 item 1 folder English Original
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0033
Sub-Series 34: Correspondence. Tunstall, Warrick, 1841Add to your cart.
Tunstall accepts the trusteeship of the Medical Department.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0034
Sub-Series 35: Correspondence. Verhaegen, P.J., 1836Add to your cart.
Verhaegen writes Benjamin Boyer Brown, Secretary of the Missouri Medical Society, approving of the Society's desire to establish a medical school in collaboration with the University.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0035
Sub-Series 36: Dental College, 1900-1918Add to your cart.
This volume contains minutes, financial records, and some correspondence of Marion-Sims Dental College and its successor St. Louis Dental College, the dental department of Saint Louis University after 1905.  Also here is an examination on prosthetic dentistry taken by Morris W. Taylor.
Physical Description: 1 item 1 bound volume English Original
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0036
Sub-Series 37: Financial Records, 1842-1911Add to your cart.
This subseries contains an 1842 receipt of payment for medical treatment signed by William Beaumont as well as records of the Medical and Dental Schools for 1910 and 1911.
Physical Description: 6 items 1 folder All are in English. All are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0037
Sub-Series 38: Lists, 1914Add to your cart.
This is a list of items loaned by the University to the Historico-Medical Exhibit at the Jefferson Memorial in St. Louis in 1914.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0038
Sub-Series 39: Minutes, 1836Add to your cart.
These are minutes of a Medical Department Faculty meeting setting out the rules for running the department.
Physical Description: 1 item 1 folder English Original
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0039
Sub-Series 40: Minutes, 1836Add to your cart.
These are minutes of a Medical Department Faculty meeting and a transmittal letter from J. Johnson, Dean, to William Greenleaf Eliot, Secretary of the Board of Trustees.  The minutes contain resolutions asking the University for a lot for the Medical Department building and requesting aid from the Missouri Legislature for construction.
Physical Description: 5 items 1 folder All are in English. 3 are originals, 2 are copies.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0040
Sub-Series 41: Petitions, 1836Add to your cart.
This is the draft of a petition to the Missouri Legislature from the Trustees of the Medical Department requesting monetary aid for the construction of a building and the purchase of equipment.
Physical Description: 2 items 1 folder Both are in English. Both are originals.
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0041
Sub-Series 42: Petitions, 1927Add to your cart.
This is a petition from the Administrative Board of the Medical School to the President of the University and the Board of Trustees relative to a new building for the school.
Physical Description: 1 item 1 folder English Original
UnitID: DOC REC 0001 0005 0042

Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Consultors and Trustees],
[Series 2: Jesuitica, 1639-1940],
[Series 3: Prefect Diaries, 1851-1894],
[Series 4: Post-Graduate Course, 1879-1886],
[Series 5: Medical-Dental Schools, 1836-1927],
[Series 6: Library, 1836-1940],
[Series 7: Museum, 1837-1929],
[Series 8: Gonzaga Hall, 1910-1926],
[Series 9: St. Francis Xavier (College) Church, 1840-1941],
[Series 10: Student Compositions, 1863-1955],
[Series 11: Literary Exercises and Commencement, 1838-1951],
[Series 12: Organizations],
[Series 13: Dramatics, 1843-1938],
[Series 14: Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair), 1820-1904],
[Series 15: Meteorological Records],
[Series 16: National Defense (World War II), 1940-1941],
[Series 17: Student Records, 1851-1944],
[Series 18: Alumni Records, 1828-1916],
[Series 19: Financial Records, 1839-1938],
[Series 20: Real Estate, 1772-1913],
[Series 21: Legal Documents, 1838-1943],
[Series 22: Certificates, 1871-1952],
[Series 23: Correspondence, 1845-1965],
[Series 24: Diaries, 1833-1882],
[Series 25: Ephemera, 1829-1947],
[Series 26: Historical Accounts, 1832-1966],
[Series 27: Letter Books, 1834-1885],
[Series 28: Lists, 1878-1879],
[Series 29: Notes, 1828-1914],
[Series 30: Publications, 1923-1941],
[Series 31: Reports, c.1861],
[Series 32: Speeches and Sermons, 1882-c.1930],
[Series 33: Non-Saint Louis University Records, 1827-1881],
[All]


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