Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 5071
Scope and Contents The Alan C. Rankin Papers consists of books kept by the president. Included with the books are master's theses by President Rankin himself as well as from other students from various departments within the graduate school. There are awards and certificates that were awarded to President Rankin from an array of scholastic and social organizations which include honorary doctoral degrees from Oakland City College and Rose Polytechnic Institute, now known as Rose Hulman Institute of Technology....
Scope and Contents The Allan W. Grissom Papers consists of correspondence, letters of recommendation, and a photograph. The letter, recommendations, and photograph were sent applying for a faculty position at Butler University. The president's reply states that there were no vacancies in the department of English.
Scope and Contents Full newspaper page from the Terre Haute Tribune-Star titled "Delta Delta Delta - A New ISU Sorority". Photographs in the article depict the newly formed Delta Delta Delta sorority, their pledges, and some of the officers in charge.
Scope and Contents The Barbara Kirk Newspaper Clippings and Concert Program consists of clippings from the Terre Haute Tribune Star and Indiana Statesman. The program is for a concert from Stan Kenton and His Orchestra that took place in the Student Union Building now known as Tirey Hall on the Indiana State University (ISU) campus. The newspaper clippings are mostly pictures of people and events taking place at ISU though there are a few articles as well.
Scope and Contents The Bess R. Cunningham Papers mainly consists of photographs, newsclippings, and publications. These materials include material from both Bess R. Cunningham's personal and professional career between the years of 1883 until 1977. The records also contain a number of documents pertaining to Bess and Arthur Cunningham's careers at Indiana State University. The professional material originated from DePauw University, Saint Mary of the Woods, and Indiana State University. Much of the personal...
Scope and Contents The Carl V. Nelson photograph consists of a color photocopy of the front and back of a photograph circa 1911. The photograph is captioned on the back with "Graduation picture from college". The image depicts 16 African Americans for a formal group portrait. The photograph originally belonged to Mary Josephine Hood, who is pictured in the image. The back of the photograph lists the names of the people pictured.
Scope and Contents The Charles R. Dryer collection consists of a number of professional and personal materials from the years of 1761 to 1962. These materials include journals, notebooks, personal material, photographs, professional equipment, and publications. The journals provided in this collection consist of stories written by Charles Dryer in his early life and later academic career. The personal materials provided include a number of education certificates, education appointments and school catalogues...