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Edinboro State College

 Organization

Edinboro State College was the official name of what is now Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.  It was used from 1960-1983.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Edinboro State College band, 1978, 1979

 Item
Identifier: 1978.001
Scope and Contents Performances of the marching band at football games.

Edinboro State College, Branch Campuses

 Collection — Box: bran
Identifier: 100-102
Abstract The Warren Pennsylvania Campus (September 1962-79) and the Shenango Campus (1961-75) near Hermitage, Pennsylvania, were branch campuses of Edinboro State Teachers College. This collection holds materials created at those campuses.

Arrangement Series: I. Shenango Campus II. Warren Campus

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Small Collections, 1865-2006

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 100-118
Abstract The collection includes items with multiple points of origin and are contained within one to three folders.  It also contains newsletters which are no longer produced.  Creators may be a university office, a student group, or a donation from an individual.  The materials present first hand information from a variety of perspectives.

Arrangement There are two series, small collections and newsletters.

Small Collections

 Series — Folder: verticle file
Identifier: Series 1
Scope and Contents An eclectic mix of small one time deposits. Some of the items include building dedications, campus event programs, dance cards, visiting scholar photographs, an 1886 autograph book, a history of the Goodell farm, teacher contracts from 1916, a 1933 ScaRab Club program and more memoribilia.