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Speeches

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Indiana State University Archives Collection of Audio Recordings

 Collection
Identifier: uac274
Scope and Contents The Indiana State University Archives Collection of Audio Recordings consists of audio reels, cassettes, and records. The recordings are mostly performances and speeches on the Indiana State campus and in the surrounding Terre Haute area. A handful of interviews with alumni round out the collection.

President John Moore Records

 Collection
Identifier: uar1.2.9
Abstract The John William Moore Collection was given to the University Archives by the Office of the President. The collection covers the years 1963-2001 with most of the material covering the years of Tirey's presidency 1992-2000. Many of the materials include information from President Moore's predecessor, Richard Landini, which were kept by the Office of the President. Series Description Administration and Organization These files solely deal with President Moore's day-to-day operations within...

President Raleigh Holmstedt Records

 Collection
Identifier: uar1.2.6
Scope and Contents President Raleigh Holmstedt's records consist mostly of speeches, correspondence, university budgets, and reports.  The majority of the speeches cover recurring events such as university convocations with faculty and students, Honors Day observances, and commencements.  Correspondence, while not comprehensive of Holmstedt's tenure at Indiana State, mostly deals with invitations to commencement or homecoming and responses to job applications for faculty positions.  The university budgets...

President Ralph Noble Tirey Records

 Collection
Identifier: uar1.2.5
Scope and Contents The Ralph Noble Tirey Collection was given to the University Archives by the Office of the President and Tirey's daughter, with no restrictions. The collection covers the years 1929-1963 with most of the material covering the years of Tirey's presidency 1934-1953. The material that was donated can only be considered a part of a collection because there is only three and a half feet of material from a man who was president for nineteen years. Therefore a great deal of material has been lost....