Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 5119
Abstract Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) is an international service organization that was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908, and the Omicron Kappa Chapter was established at ASU in 1988. These records include materials relating to the group in general and specifically their celebration of their 20th anniversary in 2008.
Abstract Alpha Phi Omega is a co-educational, non-profit national service fraternity. These records contain organizational paperwork for the Tau Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, founded at Appalachian State University in 1967. Also included are 5 photo albums and 9 scrapbooks documenting organizational activities of the Tau Beta Chapter.
Abstract This collection stems from a class assignment for the American Military History class (original designation was HIS 3533 - American Military History) developed by Dr. Judkin Browning of the History Department at Appalachian State University. The Amerian Military History Course Records consist of pre-battle and post-battle correspondence of the battle participants, journal entries, medicial reports, roll calls, neutral observers' accounts, photographs, and the final paper "battle histories"...
Abstract The Appalachian Staff Council is an elected body of staff members at Appalachian State University that represent the buildings and departments in which they work. These records contain meeting minutes, correspondence, agendas, reports and 3 photographs, dating 1974-2004.
Dates: 1974-2004; Majority of material found within 1988 - 2004
Identifier: UA 5247
Abstract Appalachian State Teachers College, established in 1929 as a four-year college, was the precursor to Appalachian State University. The Appalachian State Teachers College Records include items such as early documents, correspondence, publications, speeches, and commencement addresses.
Abstract This collection consists of black & white photographs by Carol Oliff of people and places around Meat Camp, Watauga County, North Carolina while she was attending Appalachian State University in 1977. Most photos have a description and date on backs. There are also 11 color slides of scenery in Watauga County.
Identifier: UA 5123
Abstract The Catherine J. Smith Gallery is located in Farthing Auditorium, on the campus of Appalachian State University. It hosts both original and traveling art exhibitions. This collection consists mainly of correspondence regarding the organization of exhibitions.
Dates: 1991-1994; Majority of material found within 1991 - 1994
Abstract The photograph of Charles and Emily Lively is a black and white 4"x5" photograph of the two of them in vestments with Emily wearing a mortar board. Names and city are written on back. Charles and Emily Lively lived in Weston, West Virginia.
Dates: circa 1900
Abstract Charles Town, West Virginia Collection of Photographs is a collection of twenty-nine mid-nineteenth century portraits of individuals believed to be from Charles Town in Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Abstract The largest college at Appalachian State University, the College of Arts and Sciences offers both undergraduate and graduate programs of study and currently houses 15 different academic departments. The College of Arts and Sciences Records contain meeting minutes, agendas, correspondence, reports and other administrative files, as well as VHS tapes and photos of commencement ceremonies.
Dates: 1962-2008; Majority of material found within 1967 - 1990
Abstract 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.
Abstract This is a restored black and white photograph of Dr. & Mrs. William Hale. Included also are their birth and death information. They were reportedly from the Gray, Tennessee area.
Dates: May 1980
Identifier: UA 45
Abstract The Elizabeth Brown Scoggins collection contains papers, photographs, documents, and artifacts spanning the history of Appalachian State and Watauga County from the 19th Century to the early 21st. Much of the collection is devoted to the Dougherty, Brown, and Bartlett families with an emphasis on concerning B.B. and D.D. Dougherty, founders of what would become Appalachian State University.
Dates: 1866-2003; Majority of material found within 1903 - 2000
Abstract Freshman Seminar (now called First Year Seminar) was established at ASU in 1987 as a course to help students transition to college. The program operates within the University College, and all Appalachian students are required to take it. These records contain several VHS tapes pertaining to the history of Appalachian, as well as student papers, historical files, curriculum files and a file from the Educational Goals Task Force.
Dates: 1950-2007; Majority of material found within 1988 - 1998
Abstract John Dinkins, a 1967 graduate of Appalachian State University, worked as a university photographer in the 1970s. This collection contains newspapers, promotional pamphlets, four photographs, postcards, and reports related to programs, services, and events at Appalachian State University. Materials date mostly from the 1970s and early 1980s.
Dates: 1965-1989, undated; Majority of material found within 1970 - 1983
Abstract Jonesboro [Jonesborough],Tennessee Photographs contains eight black and white photographs, one color photograph, and a two-page History of Jonesboro by Paul Fink. The images show scenes of buildings and streets in and around Jonesboro,Tennessee.
Dates: 1857-1973, undated
Abstract Alumni Affairs facilitates engagement between the university and alumni via events, correspondence, mailings, reunions and fundraising. These records contain a wide variety of materials including memoranda, brochures, correspondence, articles, minutes, scholarship information, event planning documents, expenses, schedules, photographs, and ephemeral material dating 1934-2002.
Dates: 1934-2005; Majority of material found within 1966 - 2001
Abstract The Office of Design and Construction was created in 1996 as a separate operating unit within Business Affairs, carrying out some of the operations that used to be undertaken by the Physical Plant. These records contain documents related to daily operation of the office, files pertaining to projects carried out by the office, and a variety of administrative documents, dating 1988-2002, with bulk dates of 1993-1998.
Dates: 1988-2002; Majority of material found within 1993 - 1998
Identifier: UA 03.002
Abstract John Edwin Thomas served as Chancellor of ASU from his appointment in 1979 to his retirement in 1993. The records contain information on the general administration of Appalachian State University, state governance, accreditation, academic programs, student life, and cultural events. His administration is known for capital improvements to the campus, increased faculty, and development of technological and communication infrastructure.
Abstract Paul Weston and his wife, Ruby Cox Weston, were photographers who ran studios in Boone, Todd, and West Jefferson, North Carolina. This collection primarily contains negatives of studio portraits taken of individuals in Watauga and Ashe Counties.
Dates: circa 1950-1970
Abstract The First Valle Crucis Photograph is one black and white photograph of an unidentified man. This photograph was originally found in a W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection book, which cannot now be located, called The First Valle Crucis: Seventh-day Adventist Church and Church School and Other Mountain Stories by Ruby Clark Demyen.
Identifier: UA 5088
Abstract Colonel Doctor Richter H. Moore, Jr. (1928-1996) was chair of the Department of Political Science from 1983 to 1996. The Richter H. Moore, Jr. Papers contain the professional working papers of Dr. Richter Moore, Jr. including drafts and finished manuscripts, course materials, and correspondence related to the department chair and university committee work.
Dates: 1960-1991; Majority of material found within 1970 - 1989
Abstract Tennessee Valley Authority Photographs includes twenty-eight photographs taken of Wheeler Dam, Pickwick Dam, Wilson Dam, machinery, turbine rooms, workers' homes, and other aspects concerning the Tennessee Valley Authority. Most photographs are not dated. The dated photographs are labeled either 1923 or 1938.
Abstract These materials contain records related to the Office of Public Affairs, formerly known as the News Bureau. They consist of faculty and staff biographical files, photographs and slides, press releases, audiovisual materials, correspondence, annual reports, and financial information.
Dates: circa 1920-2008; Majority of material found within 1960 - 2000
Abstract The Women's Studies Program at Appalachian State University (ASU) was founded in 1976 - making it the second oldest program of its kind in North Carolina. It is currently housed in ASU’s University College, which consists of the university’s integrated general education curriculum and interdisciplinary degree programs. The Women's Studies Program Records contain mostly administrative files dating 1970 to 2003.
Dates: 1970-2003; Majority of material found within 1970 - 2000