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Dinwiddie--William A. (Military Science Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
1 Meeting educational needs, 1890-1902
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.141
7/1/1990 Organization of academic departments, military studies, the Training School; expansion of the curriculum; photo.
2 Bangs, bustles . . . But no Beatles
Alumnus 51:3, p.2
9/1/1966 1898 alumnus compares eras; photo.
3 Alumnus of '05 writes reminiscent "ode" on the last rites for Major Dinwiddie
Manifold--J. B.
Alumnus 37:2, p.10
5/1/1953 J. B. Manifold offers poem.
4 PMS & T at the ISNS
Alumnus 37:2, p.10
5/1/1953 Short history of military training at ISNS and short biography of Major Dinwiddie; photo.
5 Hats off! The flag goes marching by! Cadets of '96
Alumnus 19:3, p.9
7/1/1935 Description of photo of officers of Student Battalion in 1896 that appears on back cover of Alumnus; photo.
6 Burt Welty compares college life of '96 with that of today
Barker--Donald W. (Class of 1935)
College Eye 24:12, p.1
11/28/1932 Donald Barker reflects on the different activities of students now compared to when he was in college.
7 Military training
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.176
7/1/1926 History of the Student Battalion and military training on campus from 1892 through 1903; athletics rise after death of Major Dinwiddie.
8 Faculty votes to secure crayon portraits; late Major W. A. Dinwiddie and Reverend Albert Loughridge are honored
College Eye 10:15, p.6
2/19/1919 Will have portraits made of Major Dinwiddie and Professor Loughridge to hang in Library gallery.
9 Prof. and Mrs. A. C. Page
Normal Eyte 19:17, p.270
2/3/1909 Learned that their nephew, Leslie Chapman, was promoted to rank of captain.
10 Mrs. W. A. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.62
9/30/1908 Now in Seattle; has been in the Philippine Islands and on Pacific Coast.
11 From drill to physical culture; military work abandoned because United States government was too exacting in demands; physical culture more popular
Normal Eyte 15:13, p.193
12/7/1904 History of the ISNS Student Battalion; physical education will succeed military training; description of new Gymnasium facilities; photo.
12 Officers of the I. S. N. S. cadet battalion of 1897
Normal Eyte 15:13, p.192
12/7/1904 A photo of the 1897 Student Battalion.
13 The social meeting of the Tuesday Club
Normal Eyte 13:34, p.538
5/30/1903 Met at home of Mrs. Parish.
14 Mrs. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 12:21, p.330
2/22/1902 Entertained Lorado Taft.
15 William A. Dinwiddie, U. S. A.
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 12:9, p.130
11/9/1901 President Seerley's biographical sketch of and tribute to Major Dinwiddie, who died recently.
16 Wm. A. Dinwiddie's funeral
Normal Eyte 12:9, p.131
11/9/1901 Description of the ceremonies honoring Major Dinwiddie; photo.
17 New members of the faculty
Normal Eyte 12:1, p.3
9/14/1901 Brief roster and assignments of new faculty members.
18 In general; competitive drill; Company A wins
Normal Eyte 11:34, p.832
6/1/1901 Lengthy description of the Student Battalion competition.
19 Friday afternoon
Normal Eyte 11:33, p.810
5/25/1901 Drilled on east side of campus.
20 Mrs. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 11:30, p.739
5/4/1901 Major Dinwiddie is some better but will not return this term.
21 Major Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 11:28, p.688
4/20/1901 Seriously ill.
22 Maj. W. A. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 11:27, p.663
4/13/1901 Is regaining his health and may return soon.
23 Major Dinwiddie's illness
Normal Eyte 11:25, p.607
3/30/1901 Quite serious; will not return to work this term.
24 In general; the other side of the canteen question
Warren--Edward J. (Student--1901)
Normal Eyte 11:24, p.580
3/23/1901 E. J. Warren responds to Major Dinwiddie's essay on use of alcohol in military service.
25 Major Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 11:24, p.585
3/23/1901 Spending vacation in Chicago sanitarium; unsure when he will return.
26 The post exchange or army canteen as it is commonly called by people in civil life--what it is, and why it was established
Dinwiddie--William A. (Military Science Faculty)
Normal Eyte 10:19, p.458
2/9/1901 Major Dinwiddie talks about army life and especially the practice of selling whiskey at the PX.
27 The I. S. N. S. Cadet Corps
Satterthwaite--George William (Classes of 1897 and
Normal Eyte 10:15, p.356
1/12/1901 Detailed look at the history and current activities of the Student Battalion.
28 A handsome set of posters
Normal Eyte 10:13, p.312
12/15/1900 Donated by manufacturer of military equipment.
29 Major Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 10:9, p.218
11/10/1900 Has had typhoid malarial fever.
30 Mrs. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 9:26, p.619
4/14/1900 Entertained friends in honor of Nellie Wallbank.
31 Maj. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 9:22, p.523
3/10/1900 Issuing discharges to some men.
32 How appointments and assignments are made in the I. S. N. S. Cadet Battalion
Dinwiddie--William A. (Military Science Faculty)
Normal Eyte 9:4, p.78
10/7/1899 Major Dinwiddie outlines appointment and assignment process.
33 Mrs. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 8:35, p.498
6/17/1899 Entertained Fourth Year officers.
34 Whitney memorial
Normal Eyte 8:35, p.495
6/17/1899 Description of memorial services for Harry E. Whitney, who died while in service in the Army.
35 In memory of the late Lieut. Harry E. Whitney
Normal Eyte 8:34, p.481
6/3/1899 Orio Society will hold memorial service.
36 The faculty and how they spent vacation
Normal Eyte 8:1, p.9
9/10/1898 Lengthy summary of faculty activities for the summer of 1898.
37 The exhibition drill
McElmeel--Owen P. (Class of 1896)
Normal Eyte 7:36, p.8
6/18/1898 Description of the Commencement exhibition.
38 Faculty--Group 2
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.
6/11/1898 Faculty in 1898; photo.
39 The Cadet Corps
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.45
6/11/1898 History of the Student Battalion.
40 The faculty; past and present
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.4
6/11/1898 Brief sketches of all faculty, 1876-1898; growth of the department faculties; photo.
41 Major W. A. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 7:31, p.10
5/7/1898 Injured getting off street car.
42 Artillery men called for
Normal Eyte 7:30, p.14
4/30/1898 Seeking volunteers from Student Battalion.
43 As if to illustrate the unreliability of some newspapers
Normal Eyte 7:27, p.5
4/9/1898 Corrects newspaper report that 75% of the student battalion has volunteered for active duty; critical of increasing enthusiasm for war.
44 The War Department
Normal Eyte 7:27, p.10
4/9/1898 Orders return of a breech-loading field piece.
45 Twenty-five new Springfield rifles
Normal Eyte 7:17, p.10
1/15/1898 For Student Battalion; Major Dinwiddie organizes new squad for additional cadets.
46 Mr. Fitzgerald
Normal Eyte 7:10, p.113
11/13/1897 Assigned classroom for his work; Major Dinwiddie's office moved to North Hall.
47 The young ladies of the Presbyterian Church
Normal Eyte 7:10, p.116
11/13/1897 Gave social for men of choir.
48 At high noon, Wednesday, September 22, 1897
Normal Eyte 7:3, p.25
9/25/1897 Marion McFarland married Samuel T. Walker; description of the marriage ceremony and the wedding gifts; will make home in Brighton, where Samuel Walker is school superintendent.
49 The faculty, and how they spent vacation
Normal Eyte 7:1, p.5
9/11/1897 Brief notes on what the faculty did during the summer of 1897.
50 Cadet Corps officers
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.468
6/12/1897 Group portrait; photo.


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