Appalachian State University--History--20th century.
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes three black and white photographs. One photograph is of the 1941-1942 Girls' Basketball Team and includes both Agnes and coach Thursa Sneed. The other two photographs are candids of students on-campus after a snow.
This collection includes correspondence written to Stewart in the months preceeding his death, correspondence sent to his family after his passing, certificates, naval papers, a scrapbook of newspaper clippings about his careers, and photographs.
The collection includes two issues of the Appalachian High School newsletter, "Appalachian High Life." Appalachian High School was one of the two demonstration schools housed at Appalachian State Teachers College (Appalachian State University). Contents include the "Salute to the Seniors" issue (May 25, 1951) and pages 3-7 of a Christmas issue, likely from 1950.
This collection contains two records books of the Society, dated 1905-1909, 1912. Included in the books are the Society's constitution, meeting minutes, membership rosters, and drafts of programs hosted by the Society.
The ASU Women’s Club records include scrapbooks, membership records, financial records, charity event information, limited correspondence, fashion show programs, meeting minutes and photographs. Record material from the Faculty Dames, the Newcomers Club, and the ASU Woman's Club are represented in this collection.
Carolyne Jane Hamlin Badgett graduated from Appalachian State Teachers College with a B.S. degree in 1961. She taught in Winston-Salem, North Carolina until 1965. After taking time off, she took a teaching job at Dobson Elementry School in Surry County, North Carolina, where she remained until her retirement in 1996. This collection consists of photocopies letters written to Carolyne Hamlin Badgett during her freshman year of college at Appalachian State Teachers College.
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 scrapbook was compiled by Emma Horton Moore, librarian at the Appalachian State Teachers College. The scrapbook holds newsclippings the school, its students, and its faculty, especially B. B. and D. D. Dougherty. It ranges in date from circa 1907-1957.
This diary was kept by Eula Todd, circa 1931. Todd taught seventh grade at Appalachian's Demonstration School from circa 1924 through the 1930s. The diary entries concern her health, local weather, her participation in the Delphian Club, colleagues, her teaching preparation and duties, her students, local athletics, and her friends.
Excerpts of letters written by James Franklin Haynes to his daughter Mary Haynes Dalton detailing his memories of Appalachian State Normal School in 1912, 1923, and 1926. Mary Haynes Dalton compiled the excerpts into this document, copyrighted 1992.
Original pencil drawing of Yosef, the mascot of Appalachian State University. The drawing was done by John Raymond Brendell, Jr. of Boone. Included in the folder is a document titled "Putting a Face on Yosef," written and researched by H. G. Jones.
This collection is a copy print of a black and white photograph of R. Bruce White. He is pictured sitting at his desk. White assisted in passing the "Newland Bill" which created Appalachian Training School in 1903.The date attributed to this photograph is the date the copy print is believed to have been made.
The collection includes Ruth Barringer's Appalachian State Teachers College diploma and grade sheets (1932-1933) and her NC Dept. of Public Instruction Grammar Grade Teacher's Certificate (1933).
This collection contains photocopies of documents pertaining to the establishment of a training school for teachers in western North Carolina, which eventually became Appalachian State University. It also includes the charter for Appalachian State University, as well as histories of specific campus departments and offices and organizational charts.