Record Group 3: Office of the Dean of Women - Elizabeth Brewster Series
Inclusive Dates: 1913 – 1919
Size: 7 document boxes (2.33 cubic feet)
Bulk Dates: 1915 – 1918
Provenance: Office of the Dean of Women
Biographical Information: Elizabeth Brewster was educated at Stanford University. She taught English and assisted Martha and Frances Berry teaching Sunday school during the early days of the Berry Schools. Elizabeth Brewster was the first teacher at the Boys Industrial School and she later became the Dean of Women.
Description: This collection is subdivided into four types of correspondence. Administrative correspondence includes letters to and from other teachers, students, alumni, and donors, including a large portion of papers dealing with matters regarding the weaving and handicrafts operations. Personnel correspondence includes letters that relate to applications from prospective Berry teachers and staff. Routine correspondence focuses on requests for school catalogs, applications; and general information. Subject correspondence concerns catalogs and catalog requests, correspondence from the comptroller; teacher applications, and information on the products for the Girls' School. Container and folder list available by request.
Arrangement : Materials are arranged by correspondence type and in chronological and alphabetical order by surname.
Subject Headings: Berry Schools. Office of the Dean of Women; Brewster, Elizabeth; Martha Berry Schools for Girls
Preferred Citation: Permission to publish must be obtained from the Office of the President, Chief of Staff. Please cite: Item Identification, Record Group 3 – Office of the Dean of Women - Elizabeth Brewster Series, Berry College Archives, Memorial Library, Berry College.