Butler Center for Arkansas Studies 100 Rock Street Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201 (501) 320-5700
Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
Galloway College Collection
0.42 Linear feet
This collection contains catalogs, copies of
The Gallowegian, and the Constitution and minutes of the Searcy Galloway Club.
The collection is contained in one box and is arranged topically and chronologically.
Scope and Contents
This collection contains catalogs, copies of The Gallowegian, and the Constitution and minutes of the Searcy Galloway Club.
Galloway College was a Methodist institution for young women, located in Searcy, Arkansas. The school opened in 1889, and was named for Bishop Charles B. Galloway. At one time, Galloway College was said to be the largest school for females in the South. In 1930, Galloway was merged with two other Methodist institutions of learning, Hendrix College in Conway and Henderson-Brown College in Arkadelphia, to form the "Trinity System of Education." Galloway College closed in 1933, and the property was was purchased by the Church of Christ. Harding University now occupies the former site of Galloway College.
This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Galloway College. (Searcy, Ark.)
Universities and colleges -- Arkansas -- Searcy.
Women -- Education -- Arkansas.
Restrictions on Access
Restrictions on Use
Non-circulating; in-house use only.
Galloway College Collection, MSS 97-48, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, Arkansas Studies Institute