Bond, Oliver J. Collection

Title

Bond, Oliver J. Collection

Subject

Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina

Description

Oliver J. Bond was a member of The Citadel’s Class of 1886. After graduation, he accepted the position of assistant professor of mathematics at The Citadel. From this position, he went on to become a full professor, and president of The Citadel from 1908 to 1931.

Creator

Bond, Oliver James, 1865-1933

Source

CP9

Publisher

The Citadel Archives & Museum

Rights

Materials in The Citadel Archives & Museum Digital Collections are intended for educational and research use. The user assumes all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright. For more information contact The Citadel Archives & Museum, The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, 29409.

Relation

Oliver J. Bond Collection

Format

application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

https://citadeldigitalarchives.omeka.net/collections/show/17

Coverage

Charleston (S.C.)

Audience

Citadel Class of 1886

Collection Items

Diary of Oliver J. Bond, 1885-1889
Oliver J. Bond was a member of The Citadel’s Class of 1886. After graduation, he accepted the position of assistant professor of mathematics at The Citadel. From this position, he went on to become a full professor, and president of The Citadel from…

Diary of Oliver J. Bond, 1894-1898
Oliver J. Bond was a member of The Citadel’s Class of 1886. After graduation, he accepted the position of assistant professor of mathematics at The Citadel. From this position, he went on to become a full professor, and president of The Citadel from…

Telegram from Asbury Coward to Oliver J. Bond, May 31, 1917.
Asbury Coward writes to Bond to tell him that he cannot attend a Citadel Alumni Association meeting. At the bottom of the telegram is a hand-written note saying that this is the first Alumni Association meeting where an alumnus from the antebellum…

Letter from Oliver J. Bond to Orlando Sheppard, October 3, 1918
Oliver J. Bond writes to Orlando Sheppard, Chairman of The Citadel's Board of Visitors with an update on the Spanish Influenza at The Citadel. Bond writes that the school's hospital facilities were exhausted, and the healthy cadets had been…

Letter from William C. Rowland to Oliver J. Bond, October 8, 1918
William C. Rowland, of Rowland Uniforms, writes to Oliver J. Bond to say that his business is suffering due to the influenza epidemic.

Memorandum from Oliver J. Bond, October 24, 1918
Memorandum from Oliver J. Bond stating that by authority of the State Board of Health, The Citadel is permitted to reopen on October 29, 1918 after having been closed due to the influenza pandemic.

Sketch of the proposed new Citadel campus by Oliver J. Bond, October 28, 1918
Oliver J. Bond sketched this drawing of the new Citadel campus (171 Moultrie Street) in October of 1918. Addressed to John P. Thomas, Bond wrote "I do not propose this as a layout for the New Citadel, but only a suggestion as to the number of…

Letter from Oliver J. Bond to John P. Thomas, October 28, 1918
Oliver J. Bond, Superintendent (President) of The Citadel, writes to John P. Thomas saying that he has drawn a rough sketch of the new Citadel campus to give a general idea of his suggestions for the layout and buildings.

Letter from Oliver J. Bond to Orlando Sheppard, November 2, 1918
Oliver J. Bond writes to Orland Sheppard, Chairman of The Citadel's Board of Visitors, with an update on reopening The Citadel after having been closed due to the influenza pandemic. Bond writes that two cadets are sick, but no other cases have…

Letter from Oliver J. Bond to Orlando Sheppard, January 15, 1919
Oliver J. Bond writes to Orlando Sheppard, Chairman of The Citadel's Board of Visitors, with an update on the influenza pandemic. Bond writes that Cadet Sprigener died the previous night, and that the school had eight or ten cases at the time.
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