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Dr. Celesta Wine Shippey was a World traveler, club woman, and Winthrop College Professor of English, 1941-1965. Much of her research focused on the 16th century writer Nathaniel Woodes who wrote the morality play, Conflict of Conscience.
Scope and Content Note
The Celesta Wine Shippey Papers consists of correspondence, photographs, speeches, newspaper clippings, publications, and other papers related to her research, club activities, and her travels as a Fulbright Fellow. Dr. Shippey served as a professor of English at Winthrop from 1945 to 1961. Much of her research as an English professor focused on the 16th century writer Nathaniel Woodes who wrote the morality play, Conflict of Conscience.
Also of interest are the photographic albums kept by Dr. Shippey, including photographs of Denmark (She attended Brethren Church) in 1913 through 1916, Manchester College, Oak Park, Illinois (ca 1920), Europe (1955), and Pakistan (1957-1958).
The papers of Celesta Wine Shippey were received by the Archives on July 24, 1978 from Dr. Shippey.
Fulbright Fellows, Nathaniel Woodes, Pakistan, Winthrop College, Denmark, Manchester College, Oak Park Illinois, Roses
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Celesta Wine Shippey Papers - Accession 200". Finding Aid 24.
LC Subject Headings
Shippey, Celesta Wine; Shippey, Celesta Wine--Travel; Winthrop College, the South Carolina College for Women--Faculty; College teachers--South Carolina--Rock Hill; English teachers--South Carolina--Rock Hill; American Association of University Professors; Teaching--Scholarships, fellowships, etc.; Teaching, Freedom of; Education--United States; Education--Denmark; Teachers, Foreign--Employment; Teaching--Pakistan; Winthrop College, the South Carolina College for Women--Pictorial works; Manchester College--Pictorial works; Denmark--Pictorial works; Oak Park (Ill.)--Pictorial works; Europe--Pictorial works; Pakistan--Pictorial works