Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Ila Taylor Justice Papers contain materials related to the Educational Media/Library Science Department and Justice’s career at Appalachian State Teachers College. The papers include correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, ASTC publications, and ephemera.
Onnie Mell Busbin Jr. was a professor of Library Science at Appalachian State University from 1967-1991. Busbin's papers are mainly from his tenure at Appalachian State University and include his teaching materials and syllabi, as well as various correspondence, news clippings, and audiocassettes. Busbin has researched and contributed to the field of library science, with his expertise in conservation, preservation, and children’s literature.
The Nicholas Erneston Music Library is a branch of the Belk Library and Information Commons, whose materials are located within the Broyhill Music Center and with Special Collections at Belk Library. The Nicholas Erneston Music Library Records contain director’s and miscellaneous files dating 1972-1997.
Francis T. Borkowski served as Appalachian State University's fifth chancellor from 1993 until 2003. The records reflect the academic and administrative operations within the university, interactions with higher education organizations in North Carolina and the South, athletic programs, cultural outreach efforts, student life, relations with Boone, N.C. and other communities in western North Carolina, alumni relations, and fundraising for the university.
The Western North Carolina Library Network (WNCLN) is composed of the libraries of Appalachian State University, the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and Western Carolina University. The records of WNCLN contain email correspondence, data files on disk and data cartridge and a listing of WNCLN periodicals, 1987-1994.