REGULATIONS, THE CITADEL

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Pamphlets, 1843, 1847, 1849, 1854, 1858, 1887, 1890, 1905, 1930. <B R /> 1 folder.
Cadet Regulations issued to cadets.

RC 2 BOV Box 3


Papers, 1883-1896.
0.5 linear ft. (1 box).
Three cases of the courts of inquiry: "Hearing on Breach of Garrison Limits" 1883; "In the matter of Cadet Shirmer" 1885; "Case of Private W.W. Park" 1896.

RC 6 (President's Office, box 3)


Papers, 1901-1933.
3 folders.
Transcripts of courts of inquiry during Oliver Bond's presidency.

CP 9 (box 12, folders 3-5)


Document, 1907 May 13.
1 item.
Petition to the Chairman and member of the Board of Visitors of SCMA concerning cadet breach of garrison.

A1984.24 Criswell (box 2, folder 18)


Typescript, 1912.
1 p. written in textbook.
James T. Yarborough, Class of 1913, wrote remarks in his textbook (Essentials in American History by Albert Hart, New York: the American Book Company, 1905) about hazing and the reduction of the 1913 class enrollment as a result.

A1991.5 (Citadel textbook)


Document, 1912.
1 item. (Framed).
Board of Visitors resolution concerning the South Carolina law against hazing. Was found by Col. Courvoisie, former Commandant of Cadets, in an old clothes press used in the barracks at Marion Square.

AF Citadel Regulations (1970.32)


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