Regents Hill Records 1952-1968
Archives 147

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Title
Regents Hill Records
ID
Archives 147
Date [inclusive]
1952-1968
General Physical Description note
approximate 366 items  .25 linear feet  1 containers
Abstract
Comprised of reports, hall handbooks, and the minutes of meetings of section councils, house cabinet meetings, the executive council and various committees.

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Organizational History:

Regents Hill was constructed in 1952 as two dormitory units plus a central building with lounge and dining facilities. The official names of the buildings are Frank J. Barnard, Peter McGregor and John W. Stearns Halls but the residence hall governance structure and popular reference favor usage of the name Regents Hill. It was designed and has been used continuously as a women's residence.

At the time of the opening, the dormitory was divided into four sections with each section containing two floors of a building. The sections were governed by a council of elected and appointed officers. The dormitory was governed by an executive council comprised of officials elected by the entire dormitory and a house cabinet which included hallway and section officers.

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Scope and Contents note

The records of Regents Hill, 1952-1968, are comprised of reports, hall handbooks, and the minutes of meetings of section councils, house cabinet meetings, the executive council and various committees. Each set of minutes is arranged chronologically. The hall handbooks are listed under their title, Regents Digest.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

The Collection is open for research use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The records of Regents Hill were transferred to Washington State University Libraries prior to 1970 (WSU 141).

Processing Information note

The records were processed in June 1984 by Ann M. Klavano.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • State College of Washington. Frank J. Barnard Hall.
  • State College of Washington. John W. Stearns Hall.
  • State College of Washington. Peter McGregor Hall.
  • State College of Washington. Regents Hill.
  • Washington State University--Buildings--Archives
  • Washington State University. Regents Hill--Archives
  • Washington State University. Regents Hill--Records and correspondence

Subject(s)

  • Colleges and Universities
  • Dormitories--Washington (State)--Pullman--Archives
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Minutes 

Section Council Meetings 

Section I 

Box Folder

 1964-1965   17.0 items

1 1

 1965-1966   20.0 items

1 2

 1966-1967   20.0 items

1 3

 1967-1968   22.0 items

1 4

Section II 

Box Folder

 1964-1965   7.0 items

1 5

 1965-1966   11.0 items

1 6

 1966-1967   15.0 items

1 7

 1967-1968   15.0 items

1 8

Section III 

Box Folder

 1964-1965   6.0 items

1 9

 1965-1966   16.0 items

1 10

 1966-1967   11.0 items

1 11

 1967-1968   11.0 items

1 12

Section IV 

Box Folder

 1964-1965   9.0 items

1 13

 1965-1966   13.0 items

1 14

 1966-1967   13.0 items

1 15

 1967-1968   13.0 items

1 16

House Cabinet Meetings 

Box Folder

 1956-1957   33.0 items

1 17

 1963   6.0 items

1 18

 1964-1965   24.0 items

1 19

 1967-1968   14.0 items

1 20

Executive Council Meetings 

Box Folder

 1965-1966   28.0 items

1 21

 1967-1968   14.0 items

1 22
Box Folder

Committee Meetings 1965-1966   5.0 items

1 23

Sponsor Meetings 

Box Folder

 1957   1.0 item

1 24

Section IV 1966-1967   5.0 items

1 25
Box Folder

President's Report, Section III 1965   11.0 items

1 26

Regents Digest 1952-1966   7.0 items

1 27

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