Early Illinois Women

Early Women of Illinois Wesleyan University


Mrs. Harriet Dement Packard, Principal of the Vocal Department of Illinois Wesleyan University in 1895

Photo of Mrs. Harriet Dement Packard, Principal of the Vocal Department of Illinois Wesleyan University, 1895


Lizzie Murray, 1895

Lizzie K. Welch, 1895

Fary White, 1895

Mae Gaddis, 1895

Mary J. McGregor, 1895

Ella Price, 1895

Lurena Hathaway, 1895

Sarah Wyckoff, 1895

Ella Burris, 1895

Alice B. Mc Murray, 1895

 


Six outstanding Illinois Wesleyan students in 1906, three of whom were women

The list of class officers of the Class of 1908. Note that three of the four officers were women.

Domestic Science Department of Illinois Wesleyan University in 1907


Domestic Science Department of Illinois Wesleyan University in 1907


Abigail Rees, Instructor, the Art Department of IWU in 1908


Art Class As Others See Them, the Art Department of IWU in 1908


A photo of the art class, including ten women and one man
the Art Department of IWU, 1908

 


The first Illinois Wesleyan Women's Basketball team, 1909


The First Illinois Wesleyan Women's Basketball team, 1909


Admission of ladies and the Women's Educational Association


Admission of ladies and the Women's Educational Association


Mrs. Martha A. Buck, Trustee Since 1892

The Florence Cameron Scholarship

Margaret A. Sudduth, Class of 1880, who became Managing Editor of the Union Signal in Chicago in 1892.

Margaret A. Sudduth, Class of 1880, who became Managing Editor of the Union Signal in Chicago in 1892.

Sources include: 1895 Wesleyana of Illinois Wesleyan University,
(also 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909 editions
An Historical Sketch of the Illinois Wesleyan University, Together with a Record of the Alumni, 1857-1895

Contributing Library:

Sheean Library, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois


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