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Over 35,000 pages of documents from the Meredith Archives have been digitized
and are available for your use online.
Oak Leaves The college yearbook,the Oak Leaves, is available online for 1904 through 2018. All years on paper in the Archives. ACCESS THE YEARBOOKS: Digital NC. Open access without restriction.
Herald and Twig The college newspaper is named The Herald (formerly The Twig). 1921 through 2018 are available online. Later years available on paper in the Archives. ACCESS THE NEWSPAPERS: Digital NC. Coverage 1921-2018. Open access, no login required. Some years not yet available. Some recent issues are available at https://issuu.com/themeredithherald.
MeredithMeredith, the alumnae magazine, is available on paper and as pdf files on CD's in the archives. The Meredith magazine is not yet available online. Newer issues are at https://www.meredith.edu/magazine .
The Undergraduate and Graduate college catalogues are available online. The 1899-2011 catalogues can be accessed here: 1899-2011 catalogues. Due to various title changes, the 1899-2011 catalogues are not in chronological order.
Additionally, Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogues from 2008-2019 can be accessed here: 2008-2019 catalogues.
Newer catalogues, from 2014-2019, may also be accessed via the Meredith College website: 2014-2019 catalogues.
Images: A Centennial Journey A beautiful illustrated volume of Meredith history published in 1991 at the centennial of Meredith's charter. By Suzanne Britt, noted author and Professor in the Department of English.
All material on Archives pages copyright Meredith College unless otherwise indicated.
Meredith College Archives recognizes that some of the content in our digital collections may contain offensive materials and images. We have chosen to include them in the collection because we are committed to representing the institution’s history as accurately as possible. The behavior depicted in the images is in direct violation of the current college policies and honor code and does not in any way reflect the current values of Meredith College.