Leslie L. and Ruth G. Vaught papers
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 362
Scope and Contents
Papers of Leslie Vaught and Ruth Vaught documenting Purdue student life in the 1920s and 1930s. Types of materials include papers, ephemera, photographs, and artifacts (primarily Purdue memorabilia such as Reamer boards and clothing such as sweaters and hats, also called beanies or pots.) Includes information on the Ross Surveying Camp. Please see PDF Finding Aid for collection inventory.
- circa 1928-1932
- Vaught, Ruth E.G., 1932-1986 (Person)
Ruth (Grubb) Vaught was a home economics student in the late 1920s and early 1930s. She graduated with her B.S. in 1932. While at Purdue, she was a member of Beta Phi Alpha, the WAA, the YWCA, and the Purdue Religious Council. She married Leslie L. Vaught in 1932, shortly before graduating from Purdue, and settled in West Lafayette.
Language of Materials
- Leslie L. and Ruth G. Vaught papers
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