Western Campus


“A Legacy of Buildings.” Spring 1990 

"A Last look at Alumnae Hall", Tuesday April 5th, 1977,Hamilton Journal---The Daily News, Douglas Imbrogno

Boyd Science Hall Dedication Program. Oxford, Ohio: Western College for Women, June 2, 1963. 

"The Brice Window,"7

“The Day the Tower Fell.” 15.

“Dedicate New Dining Hall on Western College Campus.” 

“Dedication of Presser Hall.” 27 May 1931.

“Dedicate Western Dining Hall Saturday.” Hamilton Journal---The Daily News 19 Oct. 

“Final Plans set for move, demolition and renovation” Article Archive. 15 Apr. 2006.  James Olcott. November 2, 2008.                           

“Fire-Scarred Building At Western Marks 100th Year At Thanksgiving.” Hamilton Journal 23 Nov. 1971. 

Hamm, Marguerite Lally. McKee Hall. 1904. Western College Campus. Oxford, Ohio.

Jackson, Beth and Ellen Koontz. “Milestones in the development of Kumler Chapel.”  Paper. Miami U, 1975.

Miami University. 2008. 8 Nov. 2008 <http://www.miami.muohio.edu/about_miami/virtual_tour/campusmap/se/peabodyhall.cfm>

“Miami Western Campus in use of Presser Hall”. Alumni News. 18 Sept. 1931. 

“New Building Is Planned By Oxford School.” Dayton Daily News 9 June 1937. (Newspaper Article)

Souvenir of Grey Gables Guest House of Western College for Women: Facts About Western College for Women. Oxford, Ohio. 

"Transformation of Alumnae Hall," 7

The Western College for Women, Narka Nelson

Western College for Women Historic District Program

“The Western College For Women.” The Oxford Citizen 21 September 1900, XLIX.51. (Newspaper Article)

“Western College Gets $375,000 Hall.” Cincinnati Times-Star. 1 October 1945. (Newspaper Article)

“Western College Memorial Archives.” Miami University Libraries 2008. 2 Nov. 2008. <http://westernarchives.lib.muohio.edu/presidents.php>.

Williams, Isabelle. “Memo.” Student Paper, 4 April 1962. (Student Paper)

Williams, Isabella R. “Search for the Original of Kumler Chapel.” WCAA Bulletin 37 (1963): 7-8.

Williamson, Oliver R. “Whence Goeth She With Power.” The Continent 1923: 948-949.