Wayne State University Detroit Teachers College Records
The records consist of reports, graduation exercise pamphlets, the college's first published quarterly review and a few clippings. A short history of the early years and development of the Detroit Teachers College is also included.
- 1882 - 1933
- Wayne State University. College of Education (Organization)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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The Detroit Teachers College was an outgrowth of the Detroit Normal Training School which had its beginning in 1881. By 1920, due to increased enrollment and demand for more course offerings, Superintendent of Schools, Frank Cody, recommended that the Normal School become the Detroit Teachers College. Stuart Courtis was appointed dean.
Folders are arranged in original order.
Records of the Detroit Teachers College were placed in the University Archives by the College of Education. In addition, the first published edition of the "Quarterly Review" was donated by Evelyn Aschenbrenner.
Processed and finding aid written by Kris Kniffen on April 27, 2015.
- Guide to the Wayne State University Detroit Teachers College Records
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