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    • Catalogue of the Officers, Members and Books of the Sherwood Rhetorical Society of Kalamazoo College, together with the Constitution and By-Laws 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo: Clark & Cadman's Power Press Print, 1868, 1868)
      From "General Information" section of item: "The Sherwood Rhetorical Society was founded in 1851. It was the first Literary Society at Kalamazoo College, and was incorporated in 1860. It comprises Students from all of the ...
    • Sherwood Prize Declamations program, 1876 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1876-06-21)
      On June 21, 1876, the Sherwood Society sponsored its annual declamation contest. The following members of the freshman class participated: Charles W. Barber, Lemuel W. Bowen, Julia Dibble, Robert W. Kane, Myatt Kyau, ...
    • Sherwood Prize program, 1877 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1877-06-19)
      This prize speaking competition, sponsored by the Sherwood Rhetorical Society, involved music, prayer, and speeches presented by members of the freshman class. The following students participated: Myatt Kyau, Louie ...
    • Sherwood Prizes in Declamation program, 1907 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1907-06-17)
      Sponsored by the Sherwood Rhetorical Society, this annual prize contest included a program of music and declamations by members of the freshman class. Students recited well-known speeches such as Robert G. Ingersoll's ...
    • Sherwood Prizes in Declamation program, 1908 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1908-06-15)
      In the 1908 Sherwood Prize Speaking contest, members of the Class of 1911 presented music and declamations. The speeches were recitations of well-known orators such as James G. Blaine's "The Death of Garfield," Henry W. ...
    • Sigma Rho Sigma Annual Banquet program, 1923 

      Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1923-06-08)
      The Sherwood Society's annual banquet in 1923 followed an Arabic theme. According to an article in the June 20, 1923 issue of The Index, "Odors of incense carried out the illusion which was given by the Sheik and Sheba ...