St. John's College History Collection Newspaper Clippings (Box 8 of 9)

Title

St. John's College History Collection Newspaper Clippings (Box 8 of 9)

Description

The series titled Newspaper Clippings include articles, and periodicals. Articles were often published in local publications and then saved, but some materials are from publications outside of Annapolis and the state of Maryland. While content varies greatly, in general subjects pertain either to the activities and work of St. John’s College or to education and educational theory more broadly; some material was written by a person affiliated with the college.

Coverage

Annapolis, MD

Date

1920-1978

Rights

St. John's College owns the rights to this publication.

Type

text

Format

paper

Language

English

Identifier

Box 24

Inventory

Box/Folder

Author (last, first)

Publication

Title/Description

Dates

Notes

24-1

 

 

“Lee McCardell at St. John’s College”

1939

Original

24-2

McCardell, Lee

The Evening Sun

“Old Three ‘R’s, Readin’ Writin’, and Reckonin’, are St. John’s New Plan”

1/23/1939

Original

24-3

McCardell, Lee

 

“Students Add No Carvings to St. John’s Benches During the New-Type Classes”

1939

Original

24-4

McCardell, Lee

The Evening Sun

“He Hopes They Get Mad”

1/25/1939

Original

24-5

McCardell, Lee

The Evening Sun

“After the Great Books, What? Skeptics Ask Barr”

1/26/1939

Original

24-6

Donovan, Hedley

The Washington Post

“St. John’s College Program Aims to Develop Thinking Students”

1/15/1939

Original

24-7

 

Morning Sun

“1000 Are Present at U. of MD Rally”

1/21/1939

Original

24-8

 

 

“Wanted- A Chance”

1939

Original

24-9

 

The Evening Sun

“Dr. Conant on the Future of Higher Education”

1/25/1939

Original

24-10

 

The Baltimore Sun

“Down the Spillway”

1/27/1939

Original

24-11

Iglehart, Anne W

The Evening Capital

“A Plea for St. John’s”

2/1/1939

Original

24-12

Price, Y.H.

Herald-Tribune

“Return to the Liberal Arts”

2/5/1939

Original

24-13

 

The Sun

“Higher Illiteracy Disturbs Dr. Barr”

2/20/1939

Original

24-14

 

 

“Barr Announces College Faculty for Coming Year”

3/1/1939

Original

24-15

 

The Evening Sun

“4 ‘Old-Plan’ Professors at St. John’s College Quit”

3/2/1939

Original

24-16

 

The Sun

“Sees Cynicism in American Schools-Buchanan Says Educator’s Don’t Believe in Program”

3/28/1939

Original

24-17

 

The Morning Sun

“Down the Spillway”

4/19/1939

Original

24-18

 

The Baltimore Sun

“The Greatest Experiment Since the Invasion from Mars”

4/28/1939

Original

24-19

 

 

Articles announcing speakers

1939

Original

24-20

 

 

Articles on Discontinuation of Athletic Program

1939

Original

24-21

 

 

Articles on State Funding of St. John’s

1/24/1939

Original

24-22

 

 

Articles announcing speakers and events

2/1939-3/1939

Original

24-23

 

 

Articles on controversy over St. John’s Liberal Arts Program

2/1939

Original

24-24

 

 

The Fortune Survey: XVIII

1939

Original

24-25

 

 

Articles announcing events

3/1939

Original

24-26

 

 

Articles on the St. John’s Program

3/2/1939

Original

24-27

 

 

Articles Announcing Events

1938-1939

Original

24-28

 

 

Articles on Accomplishments of St. John’s Program and Students

1939

Original

24-29

 

 

Articles on Miss Dorothy Thompson’s Party

1939

Original

24-30

MaccDonald, W.A.

The New York Times

“Educational Advances Sough in Research Through Reading”

4/9/1939

Original

24-31

 

 

Articles on Stringfellow Barr’s addressing the Parent-Teacher Association

4/1939

Original

24-32

 

 

Articles on King Williams’ Players production of Murder in the Cathedral

1939

Original

24-33

 

Times-Star

Articles on Stringfellow Barr’s address to the Parent-Teacher Association

1939

Original

24-34

 

 

Article on Mortimer Adler’s address to the American Council on Education

5/1939

Original

24-35

 

Plain-Dealer

“What They Are Saying”

5/7/1939

Original

24-36

Lewis, Neil Battle

The Raleigh News and Observer

“Incidentally”

5/7/1939

Original

24-37

Lee, Annie

The Sentinel

“Pen Feathers”

5/21/1939

Original

24-38

Mayer, Milton S.

Harpers Magazine

“Socrates Crosses the Delaware”

6/1939

Original

24-39

Randolph, John

The Baltimore Sun

“St. John’s, After Two Years”

7/16/1939

Original

24-40

 

 

“The Classics at St. John’s They Come into Their Own Once More”

1940

Original

24-41

 

The New Yorker

“How to Read a Book”

1940

Original

24-42

White, Roxana

 

“St. John’s Experiment Comes to the Public”

1940

Original

24-43

Kirwan, Caroline

 

“Mellon Heir Enters St. John’s”

9/25/1940

Original

24-44

 

 

“Invitation to Learning Has 1,000,000 Audience”

1/1941

Original

24-45

 

 

Articles on Stringfellow Barr on higher education and St. John’s

1941

Original

24-46

 

 

Articles on Stringfellow Barr’s proposal for course in gas-engine operations

1941

Original

24-47

 

 

“Sells Classics in Mimeograph”

1941

Original

24-48

Thompson, Dorothy

Ladies Home Journal

“Democracy and Education”

1941

Original

24-49

 

 

“Is This Apostacy?”

1941

Original

24-50

 

 

“The Lost Year”

1941

Original

24-51

 

 

“A Mid-West Appraisement of St. John’s”

1941

Original

24-52

 

 

“Pudding’s Proof”

1941

Original

24-53

Ives, C.F.

 

“A Report on the Situation by Mr. Barr”

1941

Original

24-54

Morley, Felix

 

“Tyranny in Annapolis”

1941

Original

24-55

MacDonald, W.A.

 

“Viewpoint on Education”

1941

Original

24-56

 

The Baltimore Sun

“City Group Dips in Scientific Past to Swap Lively Thoughts”

1/8/1941

Original

24-57

White, Roxana

The Baltimore Sun

“St. John’s Ending Old Program”

5/11/1941

Original

24-58

McCardell, Lee

The Baltimore Sun

“St. John’s Six Read Way to Fame, If Not Fortune”

 

 

24-59

 

Time

“Education”

7/7/1941

Original

24-60

 

 

“St. John’s Makes History”

8/5/1941

 

24-61

 

 

“St. John’s Boldly Proves Its Faith in Its Program”

1941

Original

24-62

 

The Baltimore Sun

“St. John’s Men Learn to Build Boats Under Expert Craftsman”

09/14/1941

Original

24-63

 

 

“Dr. Fell Dies; Ex-President of St. John’s”

1941

Original; photocopy

24-64

 

Baltimore Morning Sun

“Plea Is Made for St. John’s”

3/7/1945

Original; photocopy

24-65

 

Baltimore Morning Sun

“House Group OK’s Buying of St. John’s”

6/5/1945

Original; photocopy

24-66

 

The Baltimore Evening Sun

“’Bladen’s Folly’ May Go If Navy Takes St. John’s”

1945 (?)

Original; photocopy

24-67

Owens, John W.

The Baltimore Morning Sun

“The Case of St. John’s”

1945

Original; photocopy

24-68

 

 

“St. John’s College Has a Case, Too”

1945

Original; photocopy

24-69

Bicker, Dorothy Z

The Evening Capital

“St. John’s Saga-Story of New and Old in Liberal Tradition”

1945

Original

24-70

Davis, Margaret

The Washington Post

“St. John’s Fate is Pondered by Educators”

1945

Original

24-71

 

The Baltimore Morning Sun

“New Hearings Are Scheduled on Acquisition of St. John’s”

1945

Original

24-72

 

Time

“Army & Navy”

10/8/1945

Original

24-73

Bready, James H

 

“St. Jon’s Grads Fill Jobs in Varied Fields”

1949

Original

24-74

 

Annapolis Tercentenary Edition

Articles on St. John’s

5/1949

Original

24-75

 

The Evening Capital

“New St. John’s President Hopes to Be Close to Students”

9/19/1949

Original

24-76

 

The Evening Capital

“Weigle Declares St. John’s Needs $10,000,000 Endowment to Make Future Secure”

10/24/1949

Original

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