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Information resources on the history of DePauw University and its predecessor, Indiana Asbury University.
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Finding Books

Common call numbers for this subject are:

DePauw University: LD1600 - LD1627.M5

 

Histories of DePauw:

DePauw A Pictorial History - Clifton J. Phillips and John J. Baughman
Call Number: LD1618.P55
Publication Date: 1987
The most recent history of the university, it includes many previously unpublished photographs of DePauw.


Indiana Asbury - DePauw University - William Warren Sweet
Call Number: LD1618.S85
Centennial history of DePauw.

Indiana Asbury University DePauw University A History - Irving Frederic Brown
Call Number: LD1618.B83
Publication Date: 1914
The first history of the university published as a separate work. Brown was a member of the Class of 1914.

Sesquicentennial Historical Pamphlets - Clifton J. Phillips, editor
Call Number: LD1618.S4 vols. 0-12
Publication Date: 1987
Written for DePauw's sesquicentennial in 1986-87, these short histories cover most of the academic departments at the university including

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