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Ua68/8/3 Scrapbook, Phi Alpha Theta Jan 1983

Ua68/8/3 Scrapbook, Phi Alpha Theta

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Scrapbook created by Phi Alpha Theta students documenting their activities during the 1982-1983 school year.


Ua12/2/4 Scrapbook 1, Alpha Phi Omega Jan 1966

Ua12/2/4 Scrapbook 1, Alpha Phi Omega

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Scrapbook 1 of four created by Alpha Phi Omega and housed in WKU Archives. It chronicles the 1966-1967 school year with photographs and documents.


Ua68/6/2 Correspondence, Kelly Thompson Oct 1960

Ua68/6/2 Correspondence, Kelly Thompson

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Letter from WKU President Kelly Thompson to the Congress Debating Club re: Willson Wood's resignation as club sponsor and appointment of William Jenkins as new sponsor.


Ua68/6/2 Presentation Of The First Annual Gordon Wilson Award, Wku Leiper English Club Oct 1959

Ua68/6/2 Presentation Of The First Annual Gordon Wilson Award, Wku Leiper English Club

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Statement by anonymous author re: the presentation of the Gordon Wilson Award to Mary Grise.


Ua12/2/61 Meeting Minutes, Wku Class Of 1958 Jan 1958

Ua12/2/61 Meeting Minutes, Wku Class Of 1958

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Meeting minute book used by the WKU Class of 1958 for the years 1955 through 1958.

Sophomore Class officers:

  • Jim Owens, president
  • Julius Rather, vice president
  • Shirley Barnes, secretary
  • Martha Fuqua, treasurer
  • Owen Lawson, sergeant at arms

Junior Class officers:

  • Jim Owens, president
  • Greg O’Neil, first vice president
  • John Blair, second vice president
  • Jane Lovell, secretary
  • Martha Fuqua, treasurer
  • Ray Weaver, sergeant at arms

Senior Class officers:

  • Gregg O’Neil, president
  • Carroll VanHooser, vice president
  • Carole Snyder, secretary
  • Sandra Fuqua, treasurer


Ua12/2/59 Meeting Minutes, Wku Class Of 1946 Jan 1946

Ua12/2/59 Meeting Minutes, Wku Class Of 1946

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Meeting minutes for the WKU Class of 1946 during the 1945-1946 school year. Senior class officers were president Tom Venable, vice president Mary Choncoff, secretary Virginia Price, treasurer Betty George and sergeant-at-arms Clyde Poole. Class meetings included an educational presentation and preparation for graduation.


Ua68/6/2 Eulogy On Dr. Kinnaman, Evon Howell Jan 1930

Ua68/6/2 Eulogy On Dr. Kinnaman, Evon Howell

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Part of a chapel presentation by members of the Congress Debating Club regarding the history of WKU and it's founding faculty. This portion was given by Evon Howell regarding A.J. Kinnaman who taught at WKU from 1906 to 1926. Kinnaman died in 1928.


Ua68/6/2 The Development Of Western Since 1906, Orba Traylor Jan 1930

Ua68/6/2 The Development Of Western Since 1906, Orba Traylor

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Part of a chapel presentation given by the Congress Debating Club regarding the history of WKU. This portion was given by Orba Traylor a member of the Class of 1930 and discusses the creation and early growth of the Western Kentucky State Normal School.


Ua68/6/2 Immortal Names In Western Hall Of Fame, R. Whipple Jan 1930

Ua68/6/2 Immortal Names In Western Hall Of Fame, R. Whipple

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Part of a chapel presentation regarding the history of WKU given by members of the Congress Debating Club. ? Whipple discusses "hall of famers" J. Whit Potter, Iva Scott and Mattye Reid.


Ua68/6/2 Dreamer, Designer & Builder, Franklin P. Hays Jan 1930

Ua68/6/2 Dreamer, Designer & Builder, Franklin P. Hays

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Part of presentation given by the Congress Debating Club in chapel regarding the history of WKU. This portion is about Henry Hardin Cherry, founder of WKU. Frank Hays was a member of the Class of 1930.


Ua68/6/2 Chapel Program, Louis Yandell Jan 1930

Ua68/6/2 Chapel Program, Louis Yandell

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Early history of WKU's founding institutions presented at chapel. Louis Yandell was a member of the Class of 1931.