Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The "Odd Team" cap, and the Sophomore Council cap and pin of Florida State College for Women/Florida State University student Betty E. Redd (BS, Chemistry, 1947).
Diploma, pin, and two photographs belonging to FSCW student, Edna Aldine Griffin.
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Photographs from this collection have been digitized and are available through the FSU Digital Library as part of a larger photograph collection.
The collection consists of three pins and 17 pages from a photograph album. The three pins are the L.I. (Licentiate of Instruction) pin of Harriett Smith Seymour (LI, Education, 1918) and the Sophomore Council and Mortar Board pins of Harriett Kirk Crago (BA, Arts & Sciences, 1947). The photograph album pages are those of Harriett Smith Seymour. Harriett Smith Seymour was the Mother of Harriett Kirk Crago (or Harriett Vance Kirk).
Items donated by James B. Tippin Jr., class of 1950. The collection includes a memoir written by Tippin, as well as ephemera that reflect his experience at the Tallahassee Branch of the University of Florida and Florida State University.
The items in the Janet MacGowan West Collection contain a scrapbook related to her years as a student at Florida State College for Women as well as miscellaneous items including correspondence, a luggage tag, and newspaper clippings.
Personal items of Florida State College for Women student Kathleen Robinson Pacetti (formerly Margaret K. Robinsion) (BA, 1937). The collection consists of a a silver with blue enamel FSCW link bracelet, a copper FSCW Bookmark, and her memoirs of FSCW that she wrote in 1977.
Photographs and ephemera of Florida State University student (class of 1965), Mary Gallant, formerly Mary Petway, and her mother, Florida State College for Women student (class of 1940), Elizabeth Evans.
Personal items of Florida State University student Mary Louise Bachman (BA, English, 1958; MA, Communication Science/Disorders, 1973). Items include assorted student related ephemera and memorabilia (see box list).
Select materials from this collection have been digitized and are available through the FSU Digital Library as part of a larger photograph collection.