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Charles Noble Shutt Papers

Collection Overview

Title: Charles Noble Shutt Papers

Predominant Dates:1915-1947

ID: RG 04/4.02

Creator: Shutt, Charles Noble.

Extent: 12.0 Boxes (General)

Arrangement:

Arranged in series as follows:

Series 1: Personal/Biographical, Series 2: General Administrative Concerns; Series 3: Reorganization of College; Series 4: Southern Association of Colleges; Series 5: Finances-Administrative; Series 6: Residential Buildings; Series 7: Academic Buildings; Series 8: Draper Building; Series 9: Off-Campus Projects; Series 10: Curriculum Guidelines and Teaching; Series 11: Berea College Academy; Series 12: Campus Activities and Issues; Series 13: Oversized Items; and Series 14: Diaries of Elva Weidler Shutt (RESTRICTED)

Languages: English [eng]

Abstract

In his forty-seven year association with Berea College, Charles Noble Shutt touched virtually every aspect of the college from the placement of closets in Draper building to the organization of the academic departments. His career encompassed the reign of three college presidents and weathered two world wars.  Shutt first came to the college in 1915 as a Latin and German teacher. He later taught history and English, and was known as the leading grammarian on the campus. In 1924, Shutt assumed the role of Head of the Academy. In 1937, under the leadership of Francis Hutchins, Berea Academy and Berea College underwent an academic reorganization creating an Upper and Lower Division.  The reorganization created a new position for Shutt, who assumed the title of Dean of the Lower Division, encompassing grades 11, 12 and the first two years of college. Shutt remained as Dean of the Lower Division until 1947, when the college again underwent a reorganization.  At this time he became the Director of Guidance and Testing, a position he held until his retirement from the college in 1962.

Shutt was born in 1894 in Scio, Ohio to Professor and Mrs. H.M. Shutt. He graduated from Canton High School, Canton, Ohio in 1910 and from the Wooster University,  Wooster, Ohio in 1915.  In 1917, Shutt married Elva Alice Weidler, also a graduate of Canton High School and at the time of their marriage, a teacher at Dueber School in Canton, Ohio.  After their wedding the Shutts  stayed briefly in Canton, then spent the month of August 1917 traveling in the mountains of North Carolina.  They returned to Berea for the Fall semester of 1917.  There is one mention of Shutt having served in the first World War, and a corresponding notation of Elva not living in Berea for one year in 1918.  However, draft cards dated 1915-1917, are the only records of military service.  The couple had two children, a daughter Muriel Vae (Duff) and a son, Nole MacHenry.  Elva died in September of 1941 from complications of abdominal surgery, only a  few days before her 48th birthday.

In 1945 Shutt married Jane Markarian, who came to Berea as a student from Scranton, Pennsylvania in March 1944.  At Shutt’s suggestion, and with his financial assistance,  Markarian left Berea College to attend  the University of Chicago for academic year 1946-1947.  The two were married in August 1947, while both were attending classes in Chicago.  Markarian returned to Berea with Shutt to complete her senior year of college.  She later went on to complete her medical degree in psychiatry and became a physician with Berea College Health Service.  Markarian and Shutt had three children, Christopher, Constance, and Barbara. The family lived in Berea until 1963, when Shutt retired and moved with his family to Cincinnati.

In 1955, at the age of 61, Shutt served as an advisor to Tunghai University in  Taichung (Formosa), Taiwan.  Berea College president Francis Hutchins granted Shutt a six month leave of absence for the task.  While in Tunghai, Shutt concentrated on creating a student labor program for the university.

Shutt was a popular and respected teacher and administrator. In 1940, while serving as Dean of the Lower Division, Shutt was honored for 25 years of service with Berea College. The program was attended by over 1,000 Academy students, faculty and alumni. In 1970, Shutt returned to Berea’s campus for a tribute titled, “Our Day with Dean Shutt”.  Alumni from twenty six states and Canada attended the event where Shutt was honored as an “iron fisted,” but “big hearted,” teacher and disciplinarian.

Shutt passed away  in 1973, at the age of 79. He is buried in the Berea Cemetery.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

These are the records of Charles Noble Shutt including biographical materials, administrative papers, and teaching and curricular materials.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Records can be accessed through the Reading Room, Berea College Special Collections and Archives, Hutchins Library, Berea College.

Use Restrictions: Federal copyright regulations apply.  Cite all information.  Some items may be restricted if they contain personal information; Series 14 is RESTRICTED.

Related Materials:

Berea College Photographic Archives

RG 5.39: Buildings and Grounds

Preferred Citation: [Record/Folder/Box], RG 04/4.02: Deans: Charles N. Shutt. Berea College Special Collections and Archives, Berea, KY.

Processing Information: Working from an older version of a finding aid, this guide was created in June 2018. The guide was updated with the addition of Series 14 in May 2019.


Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Personal and BiographicalAdd to your cart.
This series consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, dramatic scripts, and some personal financial information of Charles Shutt.  Materials and photographs in this series shed some light on Shutt's early adulthood, 1915-1918, as well as his later years in Berea. For example, there are two complete issues of the "Wooster Voice" telling of Shutt's college graduation ceremonies, and a collection of Shutt's WWI draft registration cards (1915-1918).  Also included are records of trips and correspondence regarding Shutt's 25th anniversary with Berea College.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Family, Wooster College, and Berea College
Folder 2: Personal Memorabilia, 1915 - 1918Add to your cart.
Wooster College
Folder 3: "H.M.S. Pinafore"Add to your cart.
Song book, other
Folder 4: "Robin Hood"Add to your cart.
Song book, play, other
Folder 5: Untitled PlayAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Social SecurityAdd to your cart.
Correspondence, forms
Folder 7: Miscellaneous CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Appraisal Information: n
Folder 8: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Re: Ohio Rental Properties
Folder 9: Prayer Group, 1941Add to your cart.
Letter from Noon-day Prayer Group
Folder 10: TravelAdd to your cart.
Correspondence, other
Series 2: General Administrative ConcernsAdd to your cart.
Materials in this series consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, notes and documents spanning Shutt's years as a Berea College administrator.  The bulk of the records cover the years 1920-1947.  Of particular interest in this series are the documents concerning Berea's subjection to the Day Law, court proceedings concerning Berea's non-profit status, and Berea's shift of interest to serving economically disadvantaged Appalachians. The series also contains a small collection of unsigned letters and notes (Shutt often read such correspondence out loud in Chapel Services).
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Laws and Litigation, 1902 - 1918Add to your cart.
Including materials on Day Law, taxes and non-profit status, Lincoln Institute, passages and roadways on farmland, sewage system in Berea, holding of property, business engagements, taxation of property, taxing property held in endowment fund
Folder 2: Forestry, 1902 - 1932Add to your cart.
US Department of Agriculture, Appalachian Forest Experiment Station, hand-made drawings of Berea College Forest, Penniman Lands (tracts), Bear Knob (growing fruits and vegetables on), US Forest Service, "Forest, Places, Tenants, and Terms" (list)
Folder 3: Veteran's Bureau, 1920-1925Add to your cart.
Proposals for Instruction, correspondence, Federal Board for Vocational Education, "Reasons Favorable to the Reception of Forty Five Additional Federal Board Men," training of disabled men at Berea, contracts
Folder 4: State Board of Health, 1927-1941Add to your cart.
Fishing in area lakes, Kentucky Child Health Council, dams and water supplies, sewage disposal by farmers, nursing services, need for colored nurse, sewage treatment and disposal, public health, disease prevention, college health program, Health Service of Berea College, dairy sanitation, Berea College Bakery and Candy Kitchen
Folder 5: Summer Labor, 1930Add to your cart.
Student Labor Program
Folder 6: Student Labor Program, 1931-1932Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Dr. William H. Hudnut, Jr., Fall 1936Add to your cart.
Regarding: religion, topics in religion, religious studies, problems on campus, student concerns
Folder 8: Farm Security Administration, 1937-1938Add to your cart.
Rural rehabilitation
Folder 9: Objectives of College, 1940Add to your cart.
Research Committee, problems pertaining to secondary school, admissions, curriculum; Forum Committee; Report of Committee on Organization of the College Faculty; "Aims and Objectives of Berea College;" "Aims and Objectives of Berea College (As Formulated by the Lower Division Faculty)" (Whom shall we serve)
Folder 10: "Berea's Program", nd (post 1940)Add to your cart.
"Berea's Program in the Light of Basic Economic Trends and Needs of the Berea Territory"
Folder 11: Cooperative Faculty Study, 1940Add to your cart.
"Cooperative Faculty Study of Berea Territory Counties, Outline of Procedure in Studying a Mountain County." Includes: Summaries of student demographics.
Folder 12: Home Ownership Study, nd (post 1940)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Office of Guidance, 1944-1947Add to your cart.
"Recommendations of the Post-War Educational Policy Committee" (May 1944); Office of Guidance and Testing correspondence; College advising and advisers; recreation on campus (survey); Committee on Guidance and Discipline reports; questionnaire concerning registration procedure, questionnaire on advisory system; purposes of the Office of Guidance; other.
Folder 14: Student Council, 1947-1958Add to your cart.
Student Government. Meeting minutes of the Student Council (1947-1951, not comprehensive); Association of Berea College Students: Report on the Status of the Student Body (1947); Constitution of the Association of Berea College Students (contains rules on smoking, following safety precautions, academic honesty, drinking of alcoholic beverages, firecrackers, hiking and biking in mixed groups, and patronizing restaurants); Report on the Committee on Campus Social Life (June 1944, revised Jan. 1966); "Structure of Curriculum;" "Polling Committee Announces Results of Recent Poll Concerning Wallpaper" (student newspaper); polling ballots; suggested revisions to constitution
Folder 15: Speeches, 1955Add to your cart.
(1) Authors night (August 3, 1955) celebrating Jesse Stuart and Harriette Arnow; (2) Honoring John L. Gay nd Presentation of the Centennial Award (Berea Mayor)
Folder 16: Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals, ndAdd to your cart.
Correspondence
Folder 17: Press Releases, ndAdd to your cart.
"Berea's Head Tells Students to Make Labor a Fine Art" (Labor Day); "Berea's Head Extols the Art of Doing Things Well" (Labor Day); Wilderness Road
Folder 18: Social Activities, ndAdd to your cart.
1954, nd
Access Restriction: Proposal for Institutional Committee on Social Activities
Folder 19: Anonymous LettersAdd to your cart.
Often read to student by Shutt at convocations and chapel
Folder 20: Office Correspondence, 1938-1941Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Faculty, 1939-1944, ndAdd to your cart.
Notes and correspondence
Folder 22: Student Applications, 1914-1941Add to your cart.
Announcements, circulars, forms
Folder 23: Correspondence, Notes from President Hutchins Office, 1927 - 1941Add to your cart.
Various topics
Folder 24: Correspondence with Joseph C. Pray, 1935 - 1936Add to your cart.
Regarding graduate school, dissertation, other
Series 3: Reorganization of the CollegeAdd to your cart.
This series contains records of the academic reorganization of Berea during which Shutt took on the position of Dean of the Lower Division.  The information contained in these files is of Shutt's own choosing, and contains documents predating the College's formal reorganization by nearly twelve years.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Reorganization of the College, 1924-1933, ndAdd to your cart.
Includes correspondence, statements of the president of the college, memorandums, trustee meeting remarks regarding matter, "Minutes of Berea College Trustees' 'Committee of Five' to Consider Berea's Educational Program" (July 9-11, 1931); Comments regarding Committee of Five meeting (1931)
Folder 2A: Reorganization of the College, 1933-1939Add to your cart.
Folder 2B: Reorganization, 1924 - 1942Add to your cart.
Normal School, Academy, Curriculum, Vocational and Secondary School.  Also contains course curriculum information.
Series 4: Southern Association of CollegesAdd to your cart.
Materials in this series pertain to Berea College's membership in the Southern Association of Colleges including records regarding Berea's original acceptance into the organization and criteria for membership.  Also included in the series are records pertaining to Berea's probation from the organization based on failure to meet salary requirements for several of its women teaching professionals.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Southern Association of CollegesAdd to your cart.
Reinstatement of Berea College;
Folder 4: Berea College SalariesAdd to your cart.
1928 - 1947
Access Restriction: Correspondence, reports, other
Folder 5: General RecordsAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
1924 - 1941
Folder 7: Reports, 1925 - 1933Add to your cart.
Reports for Berea Academy for membership purposes, other
Folder 8: Reports, 1935 - 1949Add to your cart.
Reports for Berea Academy for membership purposes, other
Series 5: Administrative - FinancesAdd to your cart.
This series contains records concerning the development of a student loan policy, overall expenses of the campus, and budgets/expenses for particular departments.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Treasurer's Statements, 1895, 1904, 1905Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Student Aid and Student Loans, 1913 - 1966Add to your cart.
Reports, receipts, correspondence, other
Folder 3: Teaching Budgets and Expenses, 1922 - 1944Add to your cart.
For Berea Academy; Questionnaires of Budgets
Series 6: Residential BuildingsAdd to your cart.
The bulk of this series consists of annual financial reports and repair requests of various college owned residential buildings revealing the college's priorities in terms of student needs, modernization, and comfort.  The series also contains records on the planning of James Hall and the development of the quadrangle in which the building stands.  Many architectural drawings and building sketches are included in this series.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 4: White CottageAdd to your cart.
Academy Country Home. Including budget items, requests
Folder 5: James Hall, 1926 - 1954Add to your cart.
Budgets, correspondence, requests
Folder 6: James Hall, 1901 - 1917Add to your cart.
Budgets, correspondence, requests, layout of campus and residential buildings, other
Folder 7: Merrow Cottage, 1930 - 1943Add to your cart.
Academy Country Home. Budget, other.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Morningside Cottage, 1931 - 1942Add to your cart.
Budgets, other.
Folder 2: North Carolina Cottage, 1932 - 1944Add to your cart.
Lower Division housing. Budgets, other.
Folder 3: Putnam Residence Hall, 1924 - 1944Add to your cart.
Budgets, other.
Folder 4: Campus Housing/Residence HallsAdd to your cart.
Housing for women staff members; Faculty Club; Retirement Housing for faculty and staff
Folder 5: Campus Rentals/Properties, 1925 - 1942, ndAdd to your cart.
Rules for electric customers;  rules governing rental properties for staff and faculty (1925); correspondence; property lease; cost of rentals, other
Folder 6: Residential Halls: Guests, 1925 - 1941Add to your cart.
Dormitories. "Policy for Entertainment of College Guest" (1925); correspondence; requests for recreational and cooking areas
Folder 7: Residential Halls: Management, 1924 - 1962Add to your cart.
Dormitories. Card playing policies; "Berea Training School" football team (existence or non-existence of); problems between Lower and Upper Division residence halls; "Straw in Ticks;" penalties to repair and replace objects, other; monitor questionnaire (1924); toilets; fire hoses; maintenance of halls; spaces available in halls to Lower Division students; sanitation concerns; illnesses; admittance to a students room (policy) (1937); suspicious persons on campus; use of battery radios; speedball team; room assignments; athletics
Folder 8: Campus and Residential Halls: RegulationsAdd to your cart.
Dormitories. "Dormitory and Campus Regulations: Hunting Hall" on board (c. 1921-1922); "Monitors of Dormitories" (1929); "Regulations for Dormitories" (1929); "A Welcome Guest" (nd; rules for living in halls); "Academy Men's Dormitory and Campus Regulations" (c. 1930, nd); materials regarding clean rooms and cards for noting conditions; memo on males needing to wear shirts when working or playing tennis (1933); police boxes (tampering of) (1933); discipline; loitering about classrooms; policies regarding bicycles on campus; memo on "Dangerous Snowballing" (1940); memo regarding roller-skating on campus (1940); memo regarding "Dress for Labor and Play" (1940); "Passing and kicking of balls on campus" (1942); absences from class; group absences; leaving campus during semester
Folder 9: Property Maintenance Issues, 1927 - 1956Add to your cart.
Series 7: Academic BuildingsAdd to your cart.
Series 7 contains correspondence between College administrators and the architectural and contracting firms involved in the construction of Frost Library.  Annual financial reports and repair/improvement requests for the Industrial Arts and Science buildings are also included in this series.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Frost Library, 1904 - 1906Add to your cart.
Design and architecture. Carnegie Library.
Folder 11: Industrial Arts-Woodworking Building, 1932 - 1940Add to your cart.
Budgets, other.
Folder 12: Sciences: Budget, 1920s - 1940sAdd to your cart.
Academy Science budget, other.
Series 8: Jesse Preston Draper HallAdd to your cart.
This series contains materials regarding the planning, construction, equipping, and decorating of the Jesse Preston Draper building. Records include drawings, letters, notes, purchase orders, diagrams and sketches.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Classrooms, 1936 - 1961Add to your cart.
Folder 14: ClassroomsAdd to your cart.
Layout of classrooms
Folder 15: ClosetsAdd to your cart.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Equipment, 1937 - 1946Add to your cart.
Fixed, purchased, old, other
Folder 2: Maintenance, 1938 - 1956Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Contractor, 1938 - 1956Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Construction Records, 1936 - 1938Add to your cart.
Including blueprint
Folder 5: Donors, 1937 - 1947Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Memoranda and notes, 1938 - 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Dedication, 1937 - 1938Add to your cart.
Series 9: Off-Campus ProjectsAdd to your cart.
Contained in this series are Shutt's records of three of the college's off-campus education projects.  While these records are informative they are not complete, and reflect Shutt's personal interests in the projects rather the official records. Included are scant financial records, correspondence, newspaper clippings and photographs.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Pulaski County, 1944 - 1947Add to your cart.
Photographs and documents
Folder 9: Pulaski County, 1944 - 1954Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Pulaski County, 1944 - 1948Add to your cart.
Financial Records
Folder 11: Pulaski County, 1940 - 1951Add to your cart.
Correspondence
Folder 12: Mindanao Technology School/Institute of TechnologyAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: University of Rhukyus, 1951 - 1958Add to your cart.
Correspondence, other.
Series 10: Curriculum Guidelines and TeachingAdd to your cart.
Records in this series cover topics such: hygiene, Industrial Arts, state requirements for secondary school graduation, and Education Courses and teacher certification.  Materials include correspondence, student roosters, teacher resources and class schedules.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: HygieneAdd to your cart.
Regarding the teaching of hygiene in Social Studies, Agriculture Classes, Psychology, and Business
Folder 2: Industrial Arts, 1924 - 1933Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Industrial Arts, 1946 - 1957Add to your cart.
Folder 4: State Department: CurriculumAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Teacher Certification RequirementsAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Health CurriculumAdd to your cart.
Lower Division
Folder 7: Science and Social SciencesAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Sunday SchoolAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Class Schedules and Scheduling, 1939 - 1944Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Summer SchoolAdd to your cart.
Classes, courses, schedules and scheduling
Folder 11: Professional Studies, 1942Add to your cart.
Wartime procedures from Council on Medical Education and Hospitals
Folder 12: Cinema/Movies available for TeachingAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Guides for How to Study, ReadAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Education: Course OutlinesAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Education: Course OutlinesAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: Comparative Education (S220)Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Education 125Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Education 202Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Education Periodical CitationsAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: Nursing Department/Nursing, 1945 - 1959Add to your cart.
Series 11: Berea College AcademyAdd to your cart.
Contained in this series are records from Shutt's years as Director of the Academy.  Included are records pertaining to the annual graduation ceremony, anecdotal notes from faculty and administrators concerning individual students, graduation programs, student-generated memorabilia, and grade point averages for classes and individuals.  Records also include college policies and information giving insight into the tenor of daily life in the early days of the college. FILES MAY BE RESTRICTED.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Admissions and TransfersAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Graduates, 1929 - 1930Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Graduates, 1931Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Graduates, 1932Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Graduates, 1933Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Graduates, 1934Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Graduates, 1935Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Graduates, 1936Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Graduates, 1938 - 1940Add to your cart.
Box 9Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Graduation, 1925 - 1941Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Grades and Comparative ChartsAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Howard Prizes, 1932 - 1943Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Honor Society, 1939 - 1942Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Scholarship CommitteeAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Scholarships, 1935 - 1945Add to your cart.
Memos, correspondence, other
Folder 7: Academy Faculty Rosters, 1923 - 1941Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Academy Faculty Minutes, 1943 - 1947Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Academy Faculty Minutes, 1943 - 1953Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Intestinal Parasites, 1937 - 1939Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Labor InstructionsAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Code of Morals, 1920s - 1954Add to your cart.
Pamphlets (some by W.J. Hutchins), correspondence, other
Series 12: Campus Activities and IssuesAdd to your cart.
Records regarding a variety of student activities, campus organizations, and campus interests and issues are contained in this series.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Women's Interests and Issues on CampusAdd to your cart.
Including staff and faculty, Dean of Women.
Folder 2: National Youth Association (NYA), 1938 - 1944Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Payroll Rate, 1940Add to your cart.
Correspondence: regarding student labor
Folder 4: Thanksgiving Offering, 1941Add to your cart.
Folder 5: The Wallpaper, 1939 - 1943, ndAdd to your cart.
Correspondence and memos regarding the student newspaper, "The Wallpaper"
Folder 6: Pay Events, 1940 - 1943Add to your cart.
Notes and forms regarding requests for student events, cinema
Folder 7: Halloween, 1932 - 1962Add to your cart.
Academy events
Folder 8: Camp Miniwanka, 1939 - 1944Add to your cart.
Correspondence, other
Folder 9: Campus Musical Activities, 1938 - 1941Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Student UnionAdd to your cart.
Student election results, other
Folder 11: SafetyAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Craft Sales Room, 1939 - 1942Add to your cart.
Folder 13: WoodcraftAdd to your cart.
Student Industries
Folder 14: Student Societies, 1929 - 1930Add to your cart.
Including: Tau Kappa Alpha, Oratory and Debate, Alpha Sigma Phi, National Student Federation
Series 13: Oversized ItemsAdd to your cart.
Included in this series of oversized items are pages from a Wooster College Scrapbook and photographs taken at Berea.
Box 11Add to your cart.
Item 1: Scrapbook: Wooster College, Mid 1910sAdd to your cart.
Eleven loose scrapbook pages with images and memorabilia dating from 1912-1915.  Included are reproduced images of buildings on the campus of University of Wooster, photographs, program brochures, a scrap of animal fur and a ribbon dated 1915
Item 2: Pi Sigma Group Photograph, c. 1910sAdd to your cart.
Most likely Wooster College
Item 3: "Day with Dean Shutt" Group Photograph, 1970Add to your cart.
Academy Class of 1929
Item 4: Photograph: Dean Shutt speaking to GroupAdd to your cart.
Item 5: "Day with Dean Shutt" Group Photograph, 1970Add to your cart.
Academy Class of 1928
Series 14: Diaries of Elva Weidler Shutt, 1910-1941Add to your cart.
Box 12Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Diaries of Elva Weidler Shutt, 1910, 1912Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Diaries of Elva Weidler Shutt, 1931-1933Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Diaries of Elva Weidler Shutt, 1937-1940; 1940-1941Add to your cart.