Title:Williams College records, 1921-1966
Creator/Contributor:Williams College (Berkeley, Calif.), creator
Creator/Contributor:Williams, Cora Lenore, 1865-1937
Creator/Contributor:Cora L. Williams Institute for Creative Education
Contains board minutes, Correspondence, alumni association minutes, brochures, reports on the college by outside agencies,
and other records relating to Williams College in Berkeley, Calif.
Subject:Williams College (Berkeley, Calif.) -- Archives
Private universities and colleges -- California -- Berkeley
Alternative education -- California -- Berkeley
Collection processed at folder level in 2007.
Williams College records, BANC MSS 2007/158, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift; of George Starr; in 2006.
The Cora L. Williams Institute for Creative Education was founded in 1918 by Cora L. Williams. It eventually become Williams
College, a four year private libreral arts college in Berkeley, Calif., also included a preparatory school, a school of research,
a school of poets, a school of artists, and a school of metaphysical inquiry. The aim of the founder was to offer creative
methods of instrution. The school was housed in the Spring Mansion on San Antonio Rd. in Berkeley, Calif. Not to be confused
with Williams College in Williamstown, Mass.
1 box (.4 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2007/158