00. Heritage & University Archives
Found in 390 Collections and/or Records:
The Emily Jackson Swanson scrapbook was created by Emily Jackson Swanson, from Apopka, Florida. She was a student at the Florida State College for Women from 1929-1932. The scrapbook contains booklets, photographs, letters, and newspaper clippings.
Eva Dean Fisher (formerly Eva Dean) was a Florida State College for Women student, class of 1910 (BA, Home Economics). The items in the collection relate to her 50 year reunion in 1960. (See box list.)
The Eva Mae Atwood Papers consist of correspondence dated 1902-1969, memorabilia, photographs and negatives, postcards, a funeral memory book for Dr. Edward Leland Atwood, scrapbooks, and a publication entitled, "A Brief Guide to the Collections of the Art Institute of Chicago."
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.
Personal items of Florida State College for Women student Florence Gregory (B.A. Sociology, 1940) and Florida State University (M.S., Social Work, 1962). Items includes photographs, scrapbooks, and other ephemera related to her years as a student at FSCW/FSU.
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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.
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.
Bound Florida Flambeau, September 1960-May 1961.
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The Florida Flambeau is digitized through 1996 and is available in FSU Digital Library.
Newspapers, writings, manuals, reports, yearbooks, and related materials. This collecion is primarily comprised of student newspapers, student writings, teacher's materials, yearbooks and other materials. The student writings cover topics such as Antarctica, levys and war. Teacher's materials include science manuals, reports, policies, meeting materials, and curriculum reports. Other subjects covered by the collection include: Future Homemakers of America, Christmas songs, arithmetic, social sciences, and health and safety.
The Florida State College for Women Alumnae Association Award of Honor programs document the first and second ceremonies conferring this award on May 23, 1936 and May 27, 1937. The programs contain pictures of the award, a description of its history and purpose, the speech given by each guest speaker, and a list of the award recipients for each year with brief biographical sketches.
Each program was part of a published series (for 1936, it was the Florida State College for Women Bulletin, Vol. XXIX, No. 4, Part 1; for 1937 it was the Florida State College for Women Bulletin, Vol. XXX, December, 1937, No. 4).
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.
Printed piano sheet music of the "Florida State College for Women College Song," with words and music composed by Dr. William George Dodd. Five pages. Published in 1915 by the Willis Music Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is noted on the item that the song was "Published for the College by the Class of 1918."
A 1913 Florida State College for Women Commencement Announcement.
The Florida State College for Women Department of Botany and Bacteriology Ledger Book documents equipment purchased for this department.
Wooden cabinet with three chimes and mallet. Manufactured by the J.C. Deagan Company of Chicago. Not photographed for 3D collection. [3D Object].
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 collection contains items related to Pi Delta Phi, the French National Honor Society at Florida State College for Women from the early 1940s.
These are the minutes for Pi Kappa Sigma by Julia Pelot in 1927.
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.