Title of Collection
Scope and Content Note
This collection includes materials from Williams' career as a student and a teacher. Two yearbooks and Williams' MA thesis have been removed for cataloging.
Biographical note from findagrave.com:
“She was an Associate Professor of English at Abilene Christian College. She served in WWII as a WAVE from May 1943 to August of 1945. Mima was a world traveller who chaperoned many trips to Europe for Abilene Christian University. She retired in 1979. Mima graduated from Daniel Baker College in the 1935 class as Salutatorian. She was also a graduate from the University of Texas. She was the author of a series of five articles on the new grammar for the Abilene Reporter news in December 1965 called A Median for Teaching the English Language. C.W.A. Critic, New York Jan.1966: several articles on Language Changes, and conducted Linguistic Workshops at Wayland Baptist College. She was the first Vice President of American Association of University for Women 1966-1969. She is listed as an Educator in Who's Who of American Women: Dictionary of American Scholars and Texas Women of Distinction. She served many years as Associate Professor of English at Abilene Christian College.”
Mima Ann Williams
This collection has been reboxed but remains in the order in which it was found in University Manuscripts. Some published material has been removed for cataloging.
[First Folder] Finding Aid
Bulletin: State Department of Education (1932)
Notes from Dramatics class at Daniel Baker College - Mima Williams
Letter from Don H. Morris regarding Pay for a Day funds for Abilene Christian College
Extent of Collection
Center for Restoration Studies Manuscripts #412
Center for Restoration Studies
[identification of item], [file or folder name], Mima Ann Williams Papers, 1916-1957. Center for Restoration Studies MS #412. Abilene Christian University Special Collections and Archives, Brown Library. Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.
Open to researchers. Contact Abilene Christian University Special Collections and Archives to make an appointment.
Finding Aid created by
Brady Cox, Mac Ice, Amanda Dietz