Leadership at Indiana University: Andrew and Theophilus Wylie, 1820-1890
This project was funded by the Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial. The Wylie House Museum is also grateful for the cooperation of faculty and staff from the Wylie House Museum, Digital Collections Services of Indiana University Libraries, Indiana University Archives, and the departments of Information and Library Science and History at Indiana University who helped to make the creation of this project possible.
This collection of exhibits highlights the leadership of Andrew Wylie, Theophilus A. Wylie, and by extension Indiana University Bloomington between 1829 (Andrew Wylie's first year as president of Indiana University) and 1895 (Theophilus Wylie's death).
- Communicating Scholarship in Nineteenth-Century America
- Education in Nineteenth-Century American Colleges
- Presidential Addresses
- Public Science in Nineteenth-Century America
- Scholarly Libraries
- Science and Religion in the Nineteenth Century
- Student Experience in the Nineteenth Century
- The Civil War and the Wylie Family