Indiana State Normal School
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Arthur Cunningham Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, invitations, marriage announcements, and commencement programs. The content of the material includes personal letters sent and received by Arthur Cunningham, as well as material relating to his business with Indiana State Normal School, Illinois Public Schools, Indiana Public Schools, and The Library of Congress.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one bound volume which served a dual purpose while in Pulliam's possession. The first portion of the volume contains minutes of the Indiana State Normal School faculty, while the remaining pages are devoted to Pulliam's personal journal entries.
Scope and Contents The collection contains memorabilia of Erma Ruth Mewhinney, 1921 graduate of the Indiana State Normal School. While at the Normal School she majored in Commerce and later taught at Garfield High School in Terre Haute. She returned to Indiana State Teachers College and was awarded a masters degree in 1935. The items date from 1921, 1924, 1940 and 1941, and have been left unarranged. The centerpiece of the collection is a copy of the 1921 ADVANCE, into which Miss Mewhinney pasted many momentos of...
Scope and Contents The Eva Johnson Newton Papers consists of photographs, theater programs, and newspaper clippings. The collection is arranged in four folders, divided into relevant information to the Laboratory School, Normal School, theater items and other personal photos from the Johnson-Newton family. This collection includes many family member photos including the children as the progressed through their schooling. This collection includes many of the original photos and programs from the events, however...
Scope and Contents The Gertrude Ogg Papers consists of the Normal Advance, photographs, and other publications. The Normal contains much of the information that was happening during the month, as the publication was put out monthly. It consisted on journaled articles, pictures of students, their organizations and their activities. The other written documentation is of the history of Indiana State from 1865-1945 written by William O. Lynch, as well as the 1966 Founders Day Message and The Alumnitems of 1963. The...
Scope and Contents The Larkin Lewis Beeman Collection contains .5 cubic feet of handwritten class notes and seating charts from Beeman's days as a student and a teacher in the 1890's and 176 photographs of students, faculty, groups and organizations at the Indiana State Normal School from the 1880's to 1919. The earliest dated photograph is from 1881 although there are a number of tintypes which may well date earlier. This collection contains some of the oldest extant material about the history of Indiana State...
Scope and Contents The LaVera Shultz Diary consists of a single diary. In 1915 she started a daily diary until August 18, 1915. This diary documented the life of a student at Indiana State Normal School and her daily regiment as she attended including the receiving of letters, going to classes, eating and other random events that may happen in 1915, such as falling out of a carriage. Additional correspondence was added between the Indiana State Archivist and the donor, Jackie Howard, and Suan Dehler of the Vigo...