Historical Meredith Documents Online
Over 35,000 pages of documents from the Meredith Archives have been digitized
and are available for your use online.
Oak Leaves The college yearbook,the Oak Leaves, is available online for the years 1904 through 2009. The entire run from 1904 is available on paper in the Archives. Access available without restrictions.
Herald and Twig The college newspaper is named the Herald (formerly the Twig). The years 1921 through 2007 are available online. Later years available on paper in the Archives. Access limited to on campus computers or off campus with Meredith ID. The current Herald issues are available at http://issuu.com/themeredithherald.
Meredith Meredith, the alumnae magazine, is available on paper and as pdf files on CD's in the archives. The Meredith magazine is not yet available online. Newer issues are at http://www.meredith.edu/marketing/archives.htm.
|College Catalogue Undergraduate and graduate catalogs available online 1899-2011. The catalogs are not in chronological order because of various title changes. Newer catalogs are at http://www.meredith.edu/academics/catalogues.htm.|
|A History of Meredith College The definitive history of Meredith by Dr. Mary Lynch Johnson, 2nd edition, through 1970.|
|The Vision Revisited: A History of Meredith College 1971-1998The second volume of Meredith history, by Carolyn Robinson, class of 1950.|
|Images: A Centennial Journey A beautiful illustrated volume of Meredith history published in 1991 at the centennial of Meredith's charter. By Suzanne Britt, noted author and Professor in the Department of English.|
|This Essential Part: the First 1,000 Books of the Library of Baptist Female University A fascinating monograph by Dr. Rebecca Murray, class of 1958 and Professor of Education at Meredith.|
|An Oral History of Meredith College Alumnae In depth interviews of 23 alumnae from classes 1912 to 1985, by Jean Batten Cooper, class of 1954.|
|Park Center Mural Project: A Celebration of Meredith College Alumnae Companion book to the mural created by Linda Poole FitzSimons, class of 1973 and Professor of Art.|