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Edinboro State College -- History -- Sources.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Clair J. Butterfield Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 200-211
Abstract Clair Butterfield was a faculty member at Edinboro State College and served as the chairperson of the school's Department of Education.  After the untimely death of acting president Harry Early, Dr. Butterfield became the interim president.

Arrangement I. Publications II. Personal Papers, 1946-1973 III. Speeches, 1934-1954 IV. Class notes

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Office of the President

Identifier: 100-109
Abstract Records of the Office of the President are separated into three subgroups; the Carmon Ross Papers, Office of the President 1937-1957 and Office of the President 1957 to current.  The records in this group are from the second group, 1937-1957.

Arrangement The original arrangement was alphabetic.  It has remained that way.

Elwood Williams collection,

Identifier: 200-204
Arrangement Organized into series: A. Drama Productions. B. Theatre Scripts. C. Dissertation and other related notes.

James Harrison Papers

 Collection — Other Harrison
Identifier: 200-209
Abstract This is a small collection of random items relating to Edinboro University. Several items relate to Jim's father, Sox Harrison, for whom the Edinboro football stadium is named after. Also included are some rare commencement programs from the 1800's.

Arrangement Alphabetic

Russell Vance, 1995

Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents Dr. Russell Vance was a long time member of the university's History Department. He is noted for having written the first history of the school. He was also the first chapter president of the faculty union, Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Facullities, and was on the negotiating team for the first contract. The interview is contained on three CD's. A transcript of the interview is in box Oral 3.

Tom Come, 1995

Identifier: Item 2
Scope and Contents Tom Come was a faculty in the Mathematics Department. He also directed the Shenango branch campus of Edinboro State College. There are three CD's containing the recording of the interview. A transcript is in box Oral 3.