FSU/ADM. FSU Administrative & Departmental Collections
Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains records relating to the Florida State University Alumni Association and its members.
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Select materials from this collection have been digitized and are available through the FSU Digital Library as part of a larger photograph collection.
This collection is comprised of budget materials for Florida State University, dating 1921-1955. The materials from 1921-1947 are for the Florida State College for Women, and the materials from 1948-1955 are for Florida State University.
This collection consists of copies of the Ars Poetica pamphlet with information pertaining to the Shaw collection. Subjects of the newsletters include recent acquisitions to the collection, humorous happenings, news related to poetry, and poetry by the author.
Typescript letter, dated June 17, 1981, signed by Bob Graham in which he thanks Mrs. Opal M. Free of the FSU Library for gathering materials for a 2nd Annual history dinner.
Also known as MSS 0-303.
This collection consists of materials related to the Doak S. Campbell Stadium at Florida State University. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence and deposit records concerning financing of the stadium. There is also a ledger book and lists of stadium certificate holders which were purchased to finance the stadium.
Digital copies of reports, meeting presentations and posters, outreach materials, publications, photos/videos, social media archives, and other organizational documents related to the Deep-C Consortium.
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Ephemera and records from the Biology Department.
Note to researchers: This collection is in process, and portions remain unavailable to researchers at this time. Please contact FSU Libraries Special Collections & Archives for more information.
Professional files of Dr. Donald D. Horward, including addresses and speeches, awards, committee files, correspondence, research materials, writings, operational and financial records of the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution, consortia, conference and congress files, and publications.
This collection is comprised of papers concerning an investigation into the feasibility of an Experimental College without grades or formal structure at The Florida State University during the early 1960s. The papers are dated from 1962 to 1964, with a large majority of the collection from 1964, and the papers are in no discernible order.
Meeting minutes from the History Department in early years. It was the Department of History and Geography. Includes early descriptions on course curriculum, memoranda and reports of committees. 56 items. Includes the bylaws of Delta Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta.
Reports of the FSCW and FSU Curriculum Committee to the Faculty Senate. Some committee minutes are included. Most papers cover the years 1953-1954 and are arranged chronologically.
This collection contains all of the financial records of Florida State College for Women from 1903-1948, including account ledgers, bills paid, summaries of receipts and expenditures, and state funds and expenses.
Correspondence, memorabilia, photographs, publications and working files, dated from 1940-1944, of the Campus Defense Council of the Florida State College for Women (FSCW).
The materials in this collection contain information about the following persons and subjects at the Florida State College for Women, between the years of 1918-1957: Bacteriology, biology, botany, zoology, Salem College, F. N. Caldwell, William Kenley Clark, Ezda M. Deviney, Elizabeth Griffing, Laura Marie Henry, John F. Hewetson, Mary Noka Hood, J. M. Odiorne, Betty Robuton, Alban Stewart, and Carolyn Trump.
The Florida State College for Women Department of Botany and Bacteriology Ledger Book documents equipment purchased for this department.
This collection consists of three directories containing addresses of faculty, students, and staff of the Florida State College for Women for the years 1941-1942, 1942-1943, and 1944-1945. Additional directories can be found in the Florida State University Library Catalog.
The Student Record Books contain information about each student who attended the State Seminary West of the Suwanee River from 1890-1899, the Florida State College, from 1905-1909, and Florida State College for Women, from 1913-1927. Data includes student name, name of parent or guardian, city of residence, date of admittance and graduation, courses taken, and grades.
Includes reports and surveys provided by the Florida State College for Women to various accreditation, educational, and government agencies from 1911 to 1941.
These statistical reports give enrollment, attendance, withdrawal and entrance reports first monthly and later per semester. They also report numbers of employees of various categories. The reports were sent to the Board of Control from Florida State College for Women and later from Florida State University.
Florida State College for Women/Florida State University School of Home Economics Florida Extension Services Collection
The Florida State University (FSU) Accounting Department Footnote is a newsletter published by the FSU Accounting Department. First published in Spring 1996, its primary purpose is to inform the department's alumni and other supporters of its accounting programs. In addition, Footnote includes notices of awards and recognitions; messages from the College of Business Dean; comparative salary information for accounting majors and employers; announcements of curriculum changes, faculty research and publications; and faculty, staff, and student news.
The collection of Florida State University Activities Calendars includes issues published from 1956-1976 and several undated items. There are gaps in the collection in the early 1960s and after 1976. The calendars document campus activities such as athletic events; class picnics; cultural activities, such as concerts, plays, and motion pictures; fraternity and sorority events, orientations, student elections; and student exhibits.
Agendas, articles, charts, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, press releases, and other attachments documenting the activities of the Florida State University (FSU) Administrative Council.
The Artist Series includes plays, operas, dances, ballets, concerts, symphonies, solo performances, dance, and other variations of the musical performing arts. The collection includes correspondence discussing the time and date of performances, performance programs, as well as pamphlets detailing the performance season.
The collection contains records of the Florida State University Association of Retired Faculty, including minutes, correspondences, and agendas, from 1982 to 2006.
The collection is comprised of newsletters issued by the Association of Retired Faculty. The newsletters informed the members about upcoming events, the amount owed for their annual dues, and who had already paid their annual dues.