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Teachers College Heights monthly magazine promoting WKU and documenting campus events and courses offered. Features in this issue:

  • The Memorial Group & Tower
  • The Red Bungalow & Red Fence – Philanthropy
  • College Heights Foundation Articles of Incorporation
  • Board of Directors College Heights Foundation
  • Porter, Martha. Obligation of Kentucky Citizens to College Heights Foundation
  • College Heights Foundation Composition Contest
  • Dodd, J.H. College Heights Foundation
  • Arnold, Margaret. College Heights Foundation
  • Richards, Frances. College Heights Foundation
  • Marshall, Romie. In Memoriam – World War I
  • Smith, Mrs. Wallace. Memorial Health Building
  • Barnes, James. College Heights Foundation
  • DeSpain, Edna. Hospital or Health Building
  • Parke, Elma. Memorial Building
  • Leiper, M.A. The Foundation & the High School
  • To the Teachers of Kentucky
  • Crabb, A.L. Three Fables: Salycilic Blinks, Lukewarm Milksop, Uppand Dooin
  • Letters from Former Students
  • Dodd, J.H. The Obligation of Former Students to the Foundation
  • Wilson, Ozo. Obligation of the Citizen to the Foundation
  • Sewell, Mattye. Some of the Past – Bowling Green Business College & Literary Institute
  • Allen, J.N. Western State Normal School & Teachers College
  • Bowling Green
  • Crabb, A.L. A Letter
  • The Farmers’ Chautauqua
  • A Pioneer Log Schoolhouse & a Rural Church – Cherry Family
  • Van Meter, Chesterfield. College Heights – Or a Vision of the Hill
  • The Present
  • The Kentucky Press Association
  • Cherryton
  • The $300,000 Campaign for the College Heights Foundation
  • The Future
  • A Professional West Point
  • WKU Board of Regents
  • J. Whit Potter
  • Burton, A.C. The Department of Rural Education
  • Student Body 1923
  • The Problem of an Adequate Number of Adequately Trained Teachers
  • The Flag & the School


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