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Louistall, Victorine Augusta, 1912-2006


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Victorine Louistall Monroe Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3916

Papers of Victorine Louistall Monroe, the first African-American woman to receive a graduate degree from West Virginia University (WVU), and the first African-American to serve as a WVU faculty member. Contains material regarding Louistall's education, career, and personal life, including correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, awards, and other material. See "Scope and Content Note" and "Historical Note" for further information.

Dates: 1908-2006

West Virginia University, Master's Degree of First Female African-American Graduate Victorine A. Louistall

Collection Number: A&M 5107

Master's degree of West Virginia University's first female African-American graduate (1945) and a transcript of coursework completed (1940-1945). There is also a clipping of her obituary that appeared in the Morgantown Dominion Post on 10-22-2006.

Dates: 1940-1945

West Virginia University, Women's Centenary, 1891-1991, Videotape and Publications

Collection Number: A&M 3107
Overview A multi-media packet containing publications and a videotape about the first one hundred years of West Virginia University as a co-educational institution. All of the materials document the achievements of women at WVU and provide a glimpse into female student life and how it has changed over the years. Names mentioned include Harriet E. Lyon, Agnes J. Morrison, Mary C. Busweel, Eva Hubbard, Blanche Lazzell, Victorine Louistall, Annette Chandler-Broome, Margaret Workman, Lea Anderson,...
Dates: 1991

Additional filters:

African American women 1
African Americans -- Education (Higher) 1
Diaries and journals. 1
Librarians 1
West Virginia University -- Women's Centenary (1891-1991) 1