xt7z8w38170j https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7z8w38170j/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7z8w38170j/data/0000ua002.xml Office of the President, Henry Stites Barker 19011917 3.02 cubic feet (9 boxes)  The Henry Stites Barker presidential papers predominantly consist of correspondence between the President and various faculty, staff, Board of Trustee members and institutions outside of the university. There are also numerous reports on topics such as agriculture and engineering as well as annual reports. collections  English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Henry Stites Barker presidential papers, 1901-1917 Henry Stites Barker presidential papers, 1901-1917 text Henry Stites Barker presidential papers, 1901-1917 1901 2009 true xt7z8w38170j collection false 0000ua002 Guide to the Henry Stites Barker presidential papers,  1901-1917 Processed by Processed byRachel Webb in February 2009 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist.; machine-readable finding aid created by Rachel Webb Special Collections 2005 Special Collections University Archives and Records Program University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from ${DERIVED}. Date of source:  Date completedFinding aid prepared by Rachel Webb in February 2009 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Description is in  English. Guide to the Henry Stites Barker presidential papers,  1901-1917 Contact Information Special Collections University Archives and Records Program University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 Processed by: Processed byRachel Webb in February 2009 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Finding aid completed by: Date completedFinding aid prepared by Rachel Webb in February 2009 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Encoded by: Rachel Webb Copyright 2009 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. Henry Stites Barker presidential papers,  1901-1917 0000ua002 Office of the President, Henry Stites Barker 3.02 cubic feet (9 boxes) The materials are in  English. The Henry Stites Barker presidential papers predominantly consist of correspondence between the President and various faculty, staff, Board of Trustee members and institutions outside of the university. There are also numerous reports on topics such as agriculture and engineering as well as annual reports. University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections Collection is open to researchers by appointment. The intellectual rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. 0000ua002: [identification of item], Henry Stites Barker presidential papers, University of Kentucky Archives. Barker, Henry Stites, 1850-1928. University of Kentucky. Lexington (Ky.) Louisville (Ky.) Agriculture -- Kentucky. Engineering -- Kentucky. Henry Stites Barker, son of Richard Henry and Caroline H. Sharp Barker, was born in Newstead, Christian County, Kentucky on July 23, 1850. The oldest of three boys, Barker's young education consisted of formal training. He was heavily influenced by the men in his life such as his uncles and stepfather, Judge Henry Stites, for whom he was named. In 1869, Barker entered the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky where he was involved in both the military department and the literary society. In 1872, instead of returning to his studies, Barker decided to study law under the guidance of his stepfather. Two years later he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar and then Barker formed a partnership with his younger brother, Maxwell. In 1884, Barker married his cousin Kate Meriwether and, along with his brother Maxwell and his wife, they built a house and lived together on Cherokee Parkway. Barker's political career began in 1888 when he ran and won the race for City Attorney of Louisville on the Democratic ticket. In 1896, he was elected Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court, Criminal Division and in the fall of 1902, he was elected to the Court of Appeals and served as Chief Justice during the last year of his term. Although he did not finish his course of study at the Agricultural and Mechanical College, he was appointed a Board of Trustees member by Governor J.C.W. Beckham in 1900. In 1911, he was appointed President of the State University where he served until 1917. After his term as president, Barker returned to private law practice in Louisville. In 1921 he was elected Judge of the Third Division, Common pleas branch of the Jefferson circuit on the Republican ticket and was re-elected in 1927. Barker died on April 23, 1928, in Jeffersonville, Indiana, while he was visiting at the home of a cousin. The Henry Stites Barker presidential papers predominantly consist of correspondence between the President and various faculty, staff, Board of Trustee members and institutions outside of the university. A large part of the correspondence is alphabetized according to the sender or receiver of Barker's letters. There are also numerous reports on topics such as agriculture and engineering as well as annual reports. A small portion of the collection consists of speeches handwritten by President Barker and newspaper articles in which he was mentioned.   This collection is arranged in three series by subject: I. Correspondence II. Reports III. Other Materials Container List Correspondence,  1901 - 1917 The Correspondence series consists of letters written by or sent to President Barker concerning issues related to the University of Kentucky. A large section was previously alphabetized by sender or receiver. There is also a small collection of correspondence dealing with the business administration of the University and was marked as received from the storage files of the Business Office. This series is arranged chronologically and aplphabetically. 1 1 1901-1912 Presidential Correspondence 1 2,3 1913-1914 Presidential Correspondence 1 4 1915-1916 Correspondence, Application and Recommendations 1 5 1917-1924 Correspondence; Ezra Gillis and Agriculture Extension 1 6 1904,1909-1910 Papers from Administration Building 1 7 1911 Papers from Administration Building 1 8 1912 Papers from Administration Building 1 9 1913 Papers from Administration Building 2 1 Barker "A" 2 2 Barker "B" 2 3 Barker "C" 2 4 Barker "D, E, and F" 2 5 Barker "G" 3 1 Barker "H, I, and J" 3 2 Barker - Home Economics and Education 3 3 Barker "K" 3 4 Barker "L" 3 5 Barker "M" 3 6 Barker "N, O, P, and Q" 3 7 Barker "R" 4 1 Barker "S" 4 2 1915-1917 Stanley, Gov A.D. 4 3 1916-1917 Stoll, Richard C. 4 4 Barker "T' 4 5 Barker "U, V" 4 6 Barker "W" 4 7 Barker "X, Y, and Z" Reports,  1908 - 1917 The Reports series consists of various reports arranged chronologically and deal primarily with Engineering and Agriculture issues at the time. There are also detailed annual reports that were given to President Barker with notes and annotations from the faculty and staff in charge of gathering the information. 4 8 1914-1915 Applications & Advertisements of UK 4 9 1914-1917 Applications for positions - general 5 1 1908-1914 Reports 5 2 1914-1917 Reports 5 3 1915 Reports 5 4 1915-1917 Reports 5 5 UK Budget 5 6 Agricultural Experiment Station-Kastle 5 7 1912, 1917 Applications - Director of Agr. Exp. Station 5 8 1916-1917 Engr. Exp. Station 5 9 Agr. Exp. Station - Professor Garman 5 10 Engineering 6 1 Norwood Mining Engineering 6 2,3,4 Board of Trustees 6 5,6,7 1910 Accredited Schools; Public High Schools 7 1,2,3 1912-1917 Executive Committee Part I Annual Reports 7 4,5,6 1912 - 1917 Executive Committee Part II Annual Reports 8 1,2,3 1914 McHenry Rhoades & Accredited Schools; Letters to High School Grads Other Materials,  1912 - 1917 The Other Materials series consists of various topics including speeches, court cases, and newspaper articles. The speeches were all handwritten by President Barker and the folder on biographical information gives a more in depth look at his life. 8 4,5,6 Speeches 8 7 Court Cases 8 8 Barker vs. Crum 8 9 1912 Investigating Committee; 1914 Senate Probe Committee 8 10 1917 Report of Investigating Committee 8 11 1917 Testimony of Investigating Committee 8 12 1917 Index to Testimony of Investigating Committee 8 13 Misc. 9 1 Biographical Information and References to Relatives 9 2 Newspaper Articles