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Collection of Honors College student artwork

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2022-011

Content Description

Artwork that was created by students at the Purdue Honors College using a variety of mediums, primarily a craftivism quilt accompanied by a binder with descriptions of the quilt squares and what they represent. Also includes assorted items related to the history of Purdue University, including one Extension Circular and Exponent newspapers.

Acquisition Type



Transferred from Purdue Honors College by Kristina Bross on July 19, 2021.

Restrictions Apply



  • 1957 - 2015



1.118 Cubic Feet (Two boxes and one flat folder)


Box 1: 1 craftivism quilt Box 2: 1 binder with explanations for each quilt square as told by the artists 6 posters and handouts from The Early Atlantic Reading Group, lecture series and upcoming class advertisements, 2013-2015 1 Extension Circular, Cook For Family And Friends, December 1957 Meeting notes from the HSSE Honors Committee, April 8, 1969 1 framed article from the JC Online with added group photograph, April 4, 2008 Oversized Folder: 2 copies of The Exponent dated February 20, 2013 2 posters from Prophetstown Revisited event 1 poster for The Early Atlantic Reading Group Colloquium, ca. 2015 1 laminated information card, Traditional Climate Change Data display, from museum installation