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Guide to the Annville Institute Records
 

Accession Number: 43
Annville Institute Records, 1900-1980
21 Microfilm Reels and 1155 Photographs
Online Catalog Record (BANC)


Overview
History
Part A - Selected Records
        Series I - Historical Sketches and Scrapbooks, 1916-78
        Series II - Operational and Vital Records, 1909-1979
        Series III - Alumni Files, ca.1910-1978
        Series IV - Publications, ca.1904-1978
        Series V - Student Records, 1911-1978
Part B - Selected Photographs
        Series I - General File, ca. 1910-ca. 1978
        Series II - History of Annville High School, ca. 1920-ca. 1940
        Series III - D.C. Nehorir Photographs, ca. 1930s
        Series IV - Lisa Overturff Photographs, ca. 1970-1979
        Series V - Alma Hacker Photographs, ca. 1920-ca. 1970
        Series VI - John E. and Mary Moore Photographs, ca. 1920-ca. 1940

Overview of the Collection

This collection was compiled by the Settlement Institutions Of Appalachia / Berea College Research Resources Project, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The project was developed in 1979, for the purpose of organizing and preserving the original records and photographs of the Settlement Institutions of Appalachia (SIA) and copying those of historical value to form a Central research collection at Berea College.

Part A of the records of the Annville Institute were collected and organized in 1982-1983. Those having administrative, legal or historical value were microfilmed at the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives and the originals then returned to Annville Institute. The resultant master microfilm negative is owned by Berea College. A use copy is available in Hutchins Library's Department of Archives and Special Collections. Because Berea College does not own the copyright for the material contained in this microfilm edition, it is the responsibility of the researcher to secure permission to publish from Annville Institute or it's successors and assigns.

Part B of the Annville Institute collection are selected photographs that were copied by Project staff. The original photographs and a set of copy prints were returned to the school. The copy negatives and one set of copy prints are owned by Berea College and are available in Hutchins Library's Department of Archives and Special Collections.

Permission has been granted by Annville Institute for Berea College to reproduce all or part of the school's photographs and to use them in slide or film presentations, display them or loan them for displays, and to allow their use by researchers for reproduction and publication. The proper credit line for Series I-VI shall be: "Annville Institute Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives."

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