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    • The Day Law

    • Kentucky -- Laws, statues, etc. -- Day Law, 1904; Day Law
    • This page from the Kentucky Statutes (1909) contains the text of "The Day Law."
    • Berea Citizen, 4 February 1904

    • Berea College -- History; Day Law; African Americans -- Education; Appalachian Region, Southern -- Race relations; Appalachian Region, Southern -- History -- 20th century; Day Law; Integration in higher education -- Kentucky; Kentucky -- Laws,...
    • This article covers the Frankfort visit of Berea College President and Mrs. Frost to attend the first hearing on the Day Law. It goes on to describe various responses to the bill, providing the text of a letter/petition circulated amongst the...
    • Chimes, 1955

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This 100th Anniversary Edition includes a brief history of the college (p. 6-11). The international students of the Senior class are: Cheng-Yin Cheng from Hsinchu, Formosa, Constantine Cappas from Athens, Greece, Alice Chen from Taipei, China, Yoon...
    • Women of Vision in Berea

    • Berea (Ky.) -- History; Women -- Education; Women; Berea College -- History; Berea College;
    • This 50-page booklet began as a project in Peggy Rivage-Seul's senior seminar class in Women’s Studies. The service-learning project was co-sponsored by Women’s Studies, the League of Women Voters and CELTS and includes brief essays about 25 women...
    • John G. Fee: Founder of Berea College

    • Fee, John Gregg, 1816-1901; Berea College -- History;
    • This small pamphlet was written by A. A. Burleigh, former Union soldier and graduate of Berea, about the life and accomplishments of John G. Fee, the founder of Berea College.
    • Chimes, 1951

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year the Day Law was eliminated and Berea College began to reestablish its inter-racial education program. This issue of the Chimes is dedicated to Dr. Elizabeth S. Peck. There are international students in the Upper Division this year: Carlos...
    • History of Berea College Library

    • Berea College -- Library -- History
    • This is a history of the Berea College Library from 1870-1980. It discusses the many different changes that occurred in the library over the years. Also, it explains the transitions between librarians and buildings. The history tells of both the...
    • Chimes, 1953

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This was the year that Jessie M. Reasor (Zander), graduated. Zander was the first black student to graduate after the discontinuation of the Day Law. There was another group of international students in the graduating class of the Upper Division:...
    • The Berea Alumnus, April 1965

    • Selma to Montgomery Rights March (1965 : Selma, Ala.); Civil rights -- United States;
    • This issue of the Berea Alumnus Magazine contains articles related to Berea's involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, including the march to Montgomery, as it was referred to on campus.

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