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Subseries 2. Carlow University, 1967-2005

Scope and Content Notes:

Subseries 2 contains correspondence, speech notes, memoranda, and other records relating to Elsie Hillman’s involvement with Carlow University (formerly Mount Mercy College and Carlow College). Elected a member of the board in 1967, Hillman supported the school for over 40 years, as both a donor and key advocate. Most of the material within this subseries relate to Hillman’s involvement on the Ecumenical Institute on Racism, a community outreach program designed to help end racism.

Folder 9 American Jewish Committee Dinner Honoring Carlow President Dr. Grace Ann Geibel, Invitation, Program and Speech Notes, 1996
Folder 10 Annual Donor Reports, Legacy, 2005-2013
Folder 11 Carlow Hill College, Best Wishes Card marking Third Anniversary, 1986
Folder 12 Commencement Address, 1995
Folder 13 Correspondence, 1967-2005
Folder 14 Ecumenical Institute on Racism, Board of Directors Information and Institutional Bylaws, 1997
Folder 15 Ecumenical Institute on Racism, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1997
Folder 16 Ecumenical Institute on Racism, Grant Application Rough Draft, 1997
Folder 17 Ecumenical Institute on Racism, Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Related Materials, 1997
Folder 18 Ecumenical Institute on Racism, Pamphlet, 1997
Folder 19 Hillman Foundation Donation in honor of Grace Ann Geibel, Article in Carlow Journal, 2005
Folder 20 Requests to legislators to support funding for Carlow College, 1971
Folder 21 Scully, Jane, 1970-1972
Folder 22 Women's Leadership Assembly, 1994