About the Seena B. Kohl Papers

Date(s): mainly 1960s-1990s


Physical extent: approximately 3 linear feet.


Name of Creator: Seena B. Kohl


Administrative/Biographical History: a brief biographical sketch is available.


Scope/Content: The collection’s focus is on the research and teaching career of Seena Kohl. It includes reports, research papers, interviews, administrative materials, notes, photographs, publications, etc. mainly from Kohl’s studies of family life and women’s roles in the northern plains (U.S.) and Saskatchewan (Canada), race relations in Neshoba County, Mississippi, and the voluntary integration programs at cultural and educational institutions in 1980s St. Louis. Also included are various syllabi and teaching materials from her career at Webster University (formerly Webster College) and her research on Webster’s ELAR (Educational Leadership and Action Research) program in the early 1990s.


System of Arrangement: Please consult the series outline and box list.


Conditions of Access and Use: The collection is open for research use by appointment only.


Copyright Information: Webster University owns the copyright to any materials not already under copyright by other entities.


Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use: Copyright restrictions may apply.


Languages and Scripts of the Material: Materials in English.


Finding Aids: series outline and box list


Immediate Source of Acquisition: family of Seena B. Kohl