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Coeducation at Lehigh: Coeducation at Lehigh: Resources

Administrative Records

Articles, Theses, Reports, Surveys, and Manuscript Collections

Articles about women at Lehigh:

Theses and Dissertations:

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Final Report of the University Goals Committee, May 1969. Available in print only, Special Collections, SC LPub 0041
 
  • Manuscript Collections available in Special Collections:
    • Joint Commission on University Life. CURE (Committee of Undergraduates for Responsible Education): Documents on Problem of Coeducation, 1968-1970.
    • Finding aid
    • Call Number: SC MS 0029.
  • Oral Histories about Lehigh University Traditions and Experiences:
    • This collection consists of fourteen student oral history projects related to Lehigh University. The course (History 303) was taught by Professor Kim Carrell-Smith in the Fall semester of 2003. Through the course, the students studied the standards of oral histories and as a final project interviewed Lehigh alumni, staff and faculty about Lehigh University, its history, traditions and experiences. Included in the interviews is one by Kim McNeil, “The History of Undergraduate women at Lehigh.”
    • Finding aid
    • Call Number: SC MS 0112
  • Percy Hughes publications and papers (1872-1952):
    • This collection contains photographs, correspondence, family documents, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, books and academic articles, and reprints on Philosophy, Psychology, Education, Higher Education, Sports Education, and Lehigh University by Percy Hughes who was a Lehigh professor and taught Philosophy, Psychology and Education, and was a lifelong friend of John Dewey. Percy Hughes lobbied for undergraduate coeducation, after helping to pass a measure allowing women to take graduate courses at Lehigh in 1918.
    • Finding aid
    • Call Number: SC MS 0111
 

The Brown and White and the Epitome

The Epitome
Browse the Epitome, yearbooks, especially from 1971 to 1975, for women students' experiences on campus.

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Lehigh Photographs: Over 20 thousand Lehigh related images. Search for keywords like coed, coeds, coeducation, women, woman, etc.

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