Medical Hall (proposed) on Ninth Street University of Pennsylvania campus, exterior elevation, watercolor and ink by Stephen Bourne 1804 April 22

 

Table of Contents

Introduction

Archives General, Communications of Individuals

Personal Papers

Constitution and Charter Collection

Rules and Laws

Trustees

Faculty of Arts

Students of Arts

Faculty of Medicine

Students of Medicine

Financial Records

Matriculation and Class Records

Matriculation and Lecture Tickets

Curriculum Collection

Commencement Collection

Diploma and Certificate Collection

Non-University Organizations

Printed Pieces

Typescripts of Other Documents

Photocopies of Other Documents

Microfilm

Iconography

Architectural Drawings and Plans

Memorabilia

Other University Collections

 

Archives General Collection
of the University of Pennsylvania, 1740-1820

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Rules and Laws Collection

DOCUMENT NUMBER. DESCRIPTION OF DOCUMENT.

1125. n.d. (last entry 1772). Memorandum. Collection of Rules passed at different Times by the Trustees of the College [Academy and Charitable School] of Philadelphia.

1126. n.d. Notes on “Book of Laws concerning the faculty” and on the second volume of Trustees’ Minutes, 1773-1774.

1127. n.d. (probably 1779-1789). Memorandum. Laws relating to the Schools. Curriculum for the English school, Mathematical school, Latin school, and Philosophical classes.

1128. May 7, 1781. Memorandum. Powers of the faculty, provost, vice-provost, senior professor.

1129. 1781. Memorandum. “Laws Concerning the Faculty.”

1130. 1781 (?). Memorandum. “A Statute ascertaining the Powers and Duty of the Faculty of the University of Pennsylvania.”

1131. (ca. 1791). Memorandum. Brief of Trustees’ Minutes, Volume 1, citing page references to past policy decisions. Also subheadings for Charity Schools, Medical students, and scholars in general.

1132. 1794, Phila. Memorandum. “Laws relating to the Latin School Philadelphia 1794.” Reading matter and grammar assignments prescribed for each class.

1133. (1794). Memorandum. Draft, “Of the Philosophical Classes.” Addendum in the handwriting of William Rogers.

1134. February 4, 1816. Wilson, James Patriot, Benjamin Chew, and William Meredith. Memorandum. Resolution establishing a committee to prepare a system of rules for the Academy and Charity Schools.