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[72] Allen, George N., "George N. Allen's Journal of a Visit to Jamaica in 1863- 1864," Revista/Review Interamericana, 5, (Winter 1975/76), 724-40.

[73] Appley, John, "Alumnus was first black major leaguer," Observer, 12 (October 25, 1990), 1.

[74] Artz, Frederick B., "My College Years 1912-1916," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 61 (March 1965), 14-17.

[75] Ashmore, Harry S., Unreasonable Truths, the Life of Robert Maynard Hutchins. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1989.

[76] Bigglestone, William E., "George Nelson Allen: Teacher In Spite of Himself," Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 48, (Winter 1975-76), 3-23.

[77] ________, "The Memoirs of Charles Grandison Finney," Observer, 3 (November 26, 1981), 4.

[78] Blodgett, Geoffrey T., "John Mercer Langston and the Case of Edmonia Lewis: Oberlin, 1862," Journal of Negro History, 52 (July, 1968), 201-18; reprinted in slightly altered form as "Spiced Wine: An Oberlin Scandal of 1862," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 66 (Feb., 1970), 4-10.

[79] ________, "Embattled Professor: Oberlin College Debates the Third Reich," Timeline, 9 (August-September 1992)

[80] ________, "Professor [Karl] Geiser: politically incorrect," Observer, 12 (April 11 1991), 6,5.

[81] Bloomfield, Maxwell, American Lawyers in a Changing Society, 1776-1876. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1976. [See Chapt. 9, "John Mercer Langston and the Training of Black Lawyers"]

[82] Carlson, Ellsworth C., "Lydia Lord Davis," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 76 (Autumn 1980), 4-8

[83] Carter, Marva Griffin, "The Life and Music of Will Marion Cook (1869-1944)," Ph.D. dissertation in Music, University of Illinois at Urbana, 1988.

[84] Carver, Thomas Nixon, Recollections of an Unplanned Life, Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1949. (Chapt. 12 on Oberlin)

[85] Chamberlain, Ernest B., The Churchills of Oberlin: The Contributions of One Family to the College and to the World. Oberlin: Oberlin Improvement and Development Organization, 1965.

[86] Cheek, William F., "Forgotten prophet: the life of John Mercer Langston," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1961.

[87] ________ and Aimee Lee Cheek, John Mercer Langston and the Fight for Black Freedom. Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1989.

[88] ________, "John Mercer Langston: Black Protest Leader and Abolitionist," Civil War History, 16 (June 1970), 101-120.

[89] ________, and Aimee Lee Cheek, "John Mercer Langston: Principle and Poltics," Black Leaders of the Nineteenth Century, edited by Leon Litwack and August Meier (Urbana and Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 1988), 103-26.

[90] ________, "A Negro Runs for Congress: John Mercer Langston and The Virginia Campaign of 1888," Journal of Negro History, 52 (January 1967), 14-34.

[91] Clemenson, Barbara, "Justin Holland: Black Guitarist in the Western Reserve," Western Reserve Studies Symposium. Cleveland: The Western Reserve Historical Society, 1989, 7p.

[92] Commons, John R., Myself. New York, MacMillan, 1934.

[93] Deblasio, Donna Marie, "Her Own Society: The Life and Times of Betsy Mix Cowles, 1810-1876," Ph.D. dissertation, Kent State University, 1980.

[94] Douthis, Johnnie, "Remarkable life of Anna Julia Cooper," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 79 (Summer 1983), 13, 61, 65.

[95] Dzuback, Mary Ann, Robert M. Hutchins: Portrait of an Educator. Chicago. University of Chicago Press, 1991.

[96] Field, John W., Fig Leaves and Fortunes, a fashion company named Warnaco. West Kennebunk, Maine, Phoenix Publ., 1990. [Re: Lucien C. Warner]

[97] Finney, Charles G. The Memoirs of Charles G. Finney, The Complete Restored Text, edited by Garth Rosell and Richard A. G. DuPuis (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1989).

[98] Fitch, Emma Monroe, "My Childhood Memories of James Fairchild and Mary Kellogg," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 25 (October 1928), 7-8.

[99] Goldberg, Marcia, "A Drawing by Edmonia Lewis," American Art Journal, 9 (November 1977), 104.

[100] Goldberg, Marcia, "On a trip to Siam: An account of an ocean voyage in 1834," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 75 (January/February 1980), 2-9. [re Dan and Emilie Bradley]

[101] ________, & W. E. Bigglestone, "A Wedding Gift of 1862," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 73 (January/February 1977), 20-21.

[102] Hall, Russell T., The Journal of Russell T. Hall 1863, Introduction and notes by W. E. Bigglestone, Oberlin: Grady Publishing Co., 1985.

[103] Hardman, Keith J., Charles Grandison Finney, 1792-1875, Revivalist and Reformer. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1987.

[104] Harris, William C., "Blanche K. Bruce of Mississippi: Conservative Assimilationist," in Southern Black Leaders of the Reconstruction Era, Howard N. Rabinowitz, ed., Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1982.

[105] Hosford, Frances J., "Mary Kellogg: An Idyl of Old Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 24 (January to June 1928) in 6 installments.

[106] Keeler, Harriet L., The Life of Adelia A. Field Johnston. Cleveland: Korner & Wood, 1912.

[107] Keyssar, Helene and Tracy B. Strong, "Anna Louise Strong at Oberlin College," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 80 (Winter 1984), 32-35.

[108] Lasser, Carol, & Marlene Deahl Merrill, eds., Friends and Sisters: Letters between Lucy Stone and Antoinette Brown Blackwell, 1846- 93. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1987.

[109] ________, Soul Mates: The Oberlin Correspondence of Lucy Stone and Antoinette Brown 1846-1850. Oberlin: Oberlin College, 1983.

[110] Lawson, Ellen NicKenzie, with Marlene D. Merrill, The Three Sarahs: Documents Of Antebellum Black College Women. Studies in Women and Religion, Vol. 13, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1984.

[111] Lendrim, Frank Torbert, "Music for Every Child: The Story of Karl Wilson Gehrkens," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1961.

[112] Love, Donald M., Henry Churchill King of Oberlin. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1956.

[113] Lynn, Minnie L., "Portrait of a Pioneer," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 53 (July 1957), 22-25.

[114] Madden, Edward H., & James E. Hamilton, Freedom And Grace: The Life of Asa Mahan. Studies in Evangelicalism, No. 3, Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1982.

[115] ________, "A sesquicentennial look at Asa Mahan," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 79 (Winter 1983), 8-14.

[116] Martin, Charles B., Reminiscences of Charles B. Martin. Oberlin, 1944.

[117] McCormick, Robert W., Norton S. Townshend, M.D.; Antislavery Politician and Agricultural Educator.(Worthington, Ohio: privately printed, 1988).

[118] Morgan, H. Wayne, An American Art Student in Paris: The Letters of Kenyon Cox, 1877-1882. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1986.

[119] Morison, William J., "George Frederick Wright: In Defense of Darwinism and Fundamentalism, 1838-1921," Ph.D. dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 1971.

[120] Numbers, Ronald L., "George Frederick Wright: From Christian Darwinist to Fundamentalist," ISIS, 79 (1988), 624-45.

[121] Price, Eva Jane, China Journal 1889-1900: An American Missionary Family During the Boxer Rebellion. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1989.

[122] Rosell, Garth Mervin. "Charles Grandison Finney and the Rise of the Benevolent Empire." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1971.

[123] Shaw, Carroll K., editor, "Delphine Hanna: Pioneer," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 37 (May 1941), 2-3 & 25

[124] Smith, George David, From Monopoly to Competition: The Transformation of Alcoa, 1888-1986. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

[125] Starr, S. Frederick, "Johann Friedrich Oberlin, a Worthy Eponym" Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 86 (Summer 1990), 16-18

[126] ________, "Oberlin's Ragtimer: Will Marion Cook," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 85 (Fall 1989), 13-15.

[127] Swing, Albert Temple, James Harris Fairchild, or Sixty-Eight years with a Christian College. New York, Fleming H. Revell Co., 1907.

[128] Swing, Raymond, Good Evening: A Progressive Memoir by Raymond Swing. New York, Harcourt Brace & World, 1964.

[129] Trotman, C. James, "Matthew Anderson: Black Pastor, Churchman, and Social Reformer," Journal of Presbyterian History, 66, (Spring 1988), 11-21.

[130] Tucker, John Mark, "Azariah Smith Root and Social Reform at Oberlin College," The Journal of Library History, 16, (Summer 1981), 280-91.

[131] ________, "Librarianship as a Community Service: Azariah Smith Root at Oberlin College," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois, 1983.

[132] Turner, Maelinda, "Vernon Johns: farmer, preacher, civil-rights pioneer," Observer, 12 (March 28, 1991), 6.

[133] Venturi, Robert, "Plain and Fancy Architecture by Cass Gilbert at Oberlin," Apollo, Vol. CIII, No. 168, February 1976, 6-9.

[134] Williams, N. Eugene, "Footnote to Trivia: Moses Fleetwood Walker and the All-American Dream," Journal of American Culture, 11 (Summer 1988), 65-72.

[135] Wilson, Harlan, "Oscar Jaszi: Scholar With a Cause," Observer, 12 (March 31, 1988), 6.

[136] Wolf, Richard C., "Charles Grandison Finney: Mr. Oberlin, 1835-1875," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 71 (September/October 1975), 2-14.

[137] Wren, Daniel A., White Collar Hobo: The Travels of Whiting Williams. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1987.

[138] Wright, George Frederick, Charles Grandison Finney. Boston and New York, 1893.

[139] Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, Lewis Tappan and the Evangelical War Against Slavery. Cleveland: Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1969.

[140] Zikmund, Barbara Brown, "Asa Mahan and Oberlin Perfectionism," Ph.D. dissertation, Duke Univerity, 1969.

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