By Jonathan McConnell
Primary Creator: Beverley Stone (1916 - 2003)
Extent: 5.6 Cubic feet. More info below.
Arrangement: The collection is arranged into eight series: 1) Biographical Information 2) Correspondence 3) Clippings 4) Miscellaneous Materials 5) Publications and Printed Material 6) Photographs 7) Speeches and Essays 8) Artifacts and Scrapbooks
Date Acquired: 11/15/2007. More info below under Accruals.
Subjects: Cook, Barbara I., 1929-2013, Mortar Board (Society). Barbara Cook Chapter (Purdue University), National Association for Women Deans, Administrators & Counselors, Purdue University. Dean of Women, Stone, Beverely, 1916-2003, Women's Archives at Purdue University, Women city council members, Women college administrators--United States
Cook, Barbara I., 1929-2013
Mortar Board (Society). Barbara Cook Chapter (Purdue University)
National Association for Women Deans, Administrators & Counselors
Purdue University. Dean of Women
Stone, Beverely, 1916-2003
Women's Archives at Purdue University
Women city council members
Women college administrators--United States
Donation by Betty Nelson, November 15, 2007.
Donation by Sarah J. Watlington, March 7, 2008.
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research. Material documenting privileged student records such as grades and discipline records are restricted until 70 years past their creation date.
Acquisition Source: Donation.
Related Materials: Beverley Stone had close ties to three other Deans of Women: Dorothy Stratton, Helen Schleman, and Barbara Cook. More photos, correspondence, and other materials relating to Stone can be found in those collections. Official correspondence can be found in the Office of the Dean of Women and Office of the Dean of Students record groups.
Preferred Citation: MSF 466, Beverly Stone papers, Karnes Archives & Special Collections research center, Purdue University Libraries
Processing Information: Whenever possible, original order of the materials has been retained. All materials have been housed in polyester sleeves, acid-free folders, and acid-free boxes. Loose newsprint clippings have been photocopied and the original clippings discarded. Newsprint in scrapbooks has been left intact. Several oversized documents have been stored separately due to their size. Reduced-size photocopies of these separated documents have been inserted in their proper place in the collection. Speech notecards in Series Seven have been placed in individual acid-free envelopes and organized by date when possible.
Finding Aid Revision History: While processing the Dean of Women records, the archivist discovered materials that belong in the Beverley Stone papers. This material was added to the collection on June 17, 2013 and is housed in Box 10.