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This collection consists of Delmas Parker's paper for Carl A. Ross titled "The Development of Black Education in Ashe County, 1870-1964," written in 1975, and a color photograph of the last segregated school for African American children in Jefferson, Ashe County, dated circa 1962.
Anthropology has been taught at Appalachian State University since 1970, and the department currently operates within the College of Arts and Sciences, offering undergraduate level coursework and degrees. This collection contains meeting minutes, agendas, and memorandums dealing with the Academic Policies and Procedures Committee, the Arts and Sciences Council, and Anthropology Department Faculty meetings and long range planning, dating 1986-1997.
The Department of Biology was established in 1942 and currently offers both undergraduate and graduate educational programs. This record group includes proposals, memoranda, surveys, syllabi, evaluations, planning reports, meeting minutes, and meeting agendas for Biology faculty meetings.
The Department of Chemistry was established around 1934, and currently offers one Bachelor of Arts degree and several Bachelor of Science options, including a secondary education concentration with teaching licensure. The Department of Chemistry Records contain mostly administrative and correspondence material dating 1961-1995.
This collection contains two accessions that primarily contain administrative records and annual reports. This collection includes salary summations, meeting minutes, self-studies, curricula, budget information, and correspondence. Topics include the Department of Speech, the China Project, and administrative operations.
The Department of Economics currently operates within the John A. Walker College of Business and offers undergraduate coursework leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, with a variety of concentrations. These records contain administrative and departmental files dating 1978-1999.
The Department of English Records contain administrative and academic files, as well as correspondence between the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of English, the chairperson, and other department faculty.
The Department of Geography and Planning Records contain weather reports, dating 1928-1971. B.B. Dougherty opened a weather station on campus in 1928, which operated until 1971, during which time Dougherty and other operators collected daily weather reports. The records also include Neal Lineback's Geography in the News articles that were published in The Watauga Democrat. These are dated from 1987 to 1991. There are also two indexes covering all articles from 1987 to 2003.
The Department of Government and Justice Studies, formerly called the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, is a part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University. This collection contains documents pertaining to the operations of the department and University groups, including correspondence, meeting minutes, course change and curriculum change proposals.
Health and Physical Education courses have been taught at Appalachian since at least 1921 and in 1991, the department was renamed The Department of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science (HLES) and currently operates in the College of Health Sciences. The Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science Records contain information on committees, programs and facilities from the early years of the program.
The Department of History was established in 1965 at Appalachian State Teacher’s College and currently offers Bachelor and Masters degrees at Appalachian State University. The Department of History Records contain files created for academic and administrative purposes including budget information, correspondence, course schedule, curricula, faculty information, departmental self-studies and special programs, in addition to other materials.
The Department of Human Development & Psychological Counseling, in the Reich College of Education, offers courses of instruction leading to a Master of Arts degree in four areas of study. These records contain several disparate accessions which include photos, meeting minutes, fiscal information, accreditation information and award nomination information.
The Department of Language, Reading, and Exceptionalities was established in 1985 to offer courses in areas such as Reading, Special Education, and Speech Pathology & Audiology. The Department of Language, Reading, and Exceptionalities records date 1973-1990 and contain mostly administrative materials including faculty meeting minutes, program reviews, correspondence and notes.
The Department of Leadership and Educational Studies records contain two main divisions – Departmental Personnel Committee Files, and Library Science Program records. The papers consist of meeting minutes, program histories, curricula, correspondence, ephemera, and photographs. Also included is a scrapbook from the Library Science Training Institute.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences is part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University and offers degrees in mathematics, mathematics education, actuarial sciences, and statistics. The Department of Mathematical Sciences records include faculty correspondence and information related to departmental faculty meetings.
The Department of Philosophy and Religion was established in 1965 and since 1968, has been in the College of Arts and Sciences. These records contain academic and administrative files including meeting minutes, faculty annual reports to the department, teaching evaluations, syllabi, guidelines, and other papers pertaining to courses and coursework between 1970 and 1996.
The Department of Psychology Records are primarily composed of administrative files relevant to the department. Documents include correspondence, course syllabi, grant proposals, policy and procedure reports, long-range plans, and information on curriculum. There are also memos from the Personnel Office, Registrar's Office, the Graduate School, the College of Arts and Sciences, Academic Affairs, the College of Education, and Business Affairs.
The Department of Sociology and Social Work existed from 1989 to 2008 when it became two separate departments: the Department of Sociology and the Department of Social Work. This collection includes correspondence and proposals concerning the development and evolution of the Bachelor of Social Work degree program, as led by Nancy K. Neale. This collection also includes materials on Ford Venture Grant, which assisted the funding the social work program.
This collection consists of a deposition by Abraham Zimmerman on the matter of the John and George Harkleroad property in Sullivan County, Tennessee. His co-defendant was John H. Sutton. The deposition was taken in Washington County, Virginia and is dated October 28, 1834. There is a seal affixed to the document.
This collection contains the draft manuscript for the booklet "Development of Public Education in Watauga County, N.C." edited by Tom Corbitt of the ASU News Bureau and published in 1976.
The Office of Continuing Education Records contain mostly administrative files and program information dating 1964-1998. Administrative files include duplicate records of Dr. James W. Jackson, correspondence, planning documents, schedules, evaluations and reports. Program information files include course offerings, schedules, participant lists, proposals and press releases.
The Division of University Advancement at Appalachian State University supports and encourages the university’s academic mission by engaging alumni and friends and the local community through news, special programming, and direct contact. The University Advancement Records contain administrative, operating, fundraising, correspondence, historical and reporting documents, dating 1911-2008, with the bulk of the material dating 1991-1994.
Field Recordings of Doc & Merle Watson's music accompanied by Sam Bush, Norman and Nancy Blake, and Béla Fleck. The performances range were originally recorded in 1985 and 1993 and put onto compact discs in 2013. Appalachian State University does not own the rights to the recordings and can only accessed the Special Collections reading room. Access copies must be made before patron use. The recordings with Sam Bush were recorded in Telluride, CO in 1985.
This photograph collection includes the scanned images of a group of nineteen black and white photographs of Millers, Sluders, and Canters, all of whom are related to the Dollar family of Pottertown, Watauga County, North Carolina.
- Appalachian State University--History--20th century. 44
- Boone (N.C.) 41
- Watauga County (N.C.) 38
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. 37
- Universities and Colleges -- Departments 35
- Photographic prints 29
- Universities and colleges -- Administration 28
- Appalachian State University -- Alumni and alumnae 21
- Appalachian State University--Students 21
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 21
- Students. 18
- Appalachian State University--Students--Social life and customs. 16
- Ashe County (N.C.) 16
- Oral histories 15
- Appalachian State University 14
- Railroads. 14
- Planning 13
- Scrapbooks 13
- Sports and tourism -- Appalachian Region 13
- African Americans 12 + ∧ less
- English 1356
- German 4
- Italian 3
- French 2
- Chinese 1
- Appalachian State Teachers College (N.C.) 27
- Appalachian State University 27
- Unknown 17
- Appalachian State University. Library 15
- Appalachian Training School for Teachers (N.C.) 13
- Norfolk and Western Railway Company 11
- Beaver, Patricia D. 10
- Williams, Cratis D. 10
- Dougherty, Blanford Barnard 9
- Durham, Harvey 9
- Thomas, John Edwin 9
- Appalachian State University--Faculty 8
- Appalachian State University. Reich College of Education 8
- Appalachian State University. Center for Appalachian Studies 7
- Appalachian State University. Office of Alumni Affairs 7
- Wey, Herbert W. 7
- Appalachian State University. John A. Walker College of Business 6
- Borkowski, Francis T. 6
- Appalachian State Normal School (N.C.) 5
- Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc. 5 + ∧ less