BOND, OLIVER JAMES, 1865-1933
From The Citadel Archives Guide
11 linear ft. (17 boxes).
Educator, mathematician, astronomer, author. Bond was superintendent/president of The Citadel l908-31, dean 1931-1933, Citadel graduate 1886.
Correspondence 1908-1930 relating to The Board of Visitors, Association of Citadel Men, beneficiary scholarships, budgets, discipline, commandant, encampments, ROTC. Bond's typescripts of "The Story of The Citadel" and his diaries 1885-1889, 1894-1898 are included.
Correspondence 1910 concerning visit of Taft to Charleston. In 1913 Bond wrote to Taft expressing support of the League of Nations.
Box 16, folder 13.
Biographical sketches of members of the class of 1886; correspondence concerning Greater Citadel Fund with J.R. Westmoreland.
Diary of Oliver Bond p. 6-7.
CP 9, Box 17
Papers and correspondence re: Reserve Officers Training Corps.
Subject folder: 1918-19; re bands, training equipment, etc. for Coast Artillery unit.
Gen. Corres. 1916-1930: Bond asks permission to establish ROTC at Citadel. Subsequent corres. with War Dept. re CA unit, abortive SATC, equipment, commissions, camps, detail of officers, etc.
- ASSOCIATION OF CITADEL MEN
- CLASS OF 1886
- MANNING, AUSTON S., ?-1924
- MARION SQUARE COMMISSION
- TELESCOPE, MARION SQUARE
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