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Bond 19181003 Watermarked.pdf
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…

Bond 19181024 Watermarked.pdf
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.

Bond 19181102 Watermarked.pdf
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…

Bond 19190116 Watermarked.pdf
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.

Bond 19190125 - 1 Watermarked.pdf
Oliver J. Bond writes to Lt. Col. R. R. Stogsdall to say that he hopes Stogsdall will return as to The Citadel as Professor of Military Science. Bond writes that The Citadel has over forty cadets with influenza.

Bond 19190127 Watermarked.pdf
Oliver J. Bond writes to J. Mercier Green, Secretary & Health Officer for the City of Charleston to say that The Citadel will quarantine its students as they do not desire to close the institution due to the influenza pandemic.

Bond 19190130 Watermarked.pdf
Oliver J. Bond writes to Orlando Sheppard with an update on the influenza pandemic. Bond writes that two more cadets have died, Smith and Card, and that all cadets have been confined to the Square as part of their quarantine. Bond writes that they…

Typewritten version of the address given by William Cain, former Citadel professor, entitled "Economic Reconstruction after the Confederate War." Cain discusses the economic and social condition of the state toward the end of World War I.Click here…

1898_Cantey-Coward_1.pdf
Letter from J. S. Cantey, father of Cadet Samuel Cantey, to Colonel Asbury Coward concerning the Cadet Rebellion of 1898, also known as the Cantey Rebellion.

1898_Cantey-Coward_2.pdf
Letter from J. S. Cantey, father of Cadet Samuel Cantey, to Colonel Asbury Coward concerning the Cadet Rebellion of 1898, also known as the Cantey Rebellion.
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