Gary J. Glazer papers
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 31
Scope and Contents
The Gary J. Glazer papers (1964-1967; 2.4 cubic feet) document Gary J. Glazer’s student life at Purdue from 1964 to 1967. He was active in the Owen Hall Hussar Club and most of the collection relates to his activities with this club. There are also materials related to the Purdue Boilermaker football team playing in the 1967 Rose Bowl. Types of materials include printed materials, photographs, ephemera including pins and patches, cords, caps, and plaques. Purdue traditions are documented here, such as the Senior Cords and the Freshman pot (beanie type hat).
- Other: Date acquired: 09/10/2010
- Glazer, Gary J. (Glazer, Gary Jay) (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
2.40 Cubic Feet
1 mss box, 4 flat boxes other_unmapped
The papers are organized into two series: papers and artifacts. 1. Papers, 1965-1967 (0.4 cubic feet) Materials in the series are arranged chronologically and by media type. 2. Artifacts, 1964-1967 (2 cubic feet) This series includes Boxes 2 through 4. Artifacts in these boxes include corduroy pants, wooden Hussar plaques given to Gary Glazer, wooden Hussar pledge boards, and two pot hats.
Source of Acquisition
Gary J. Glazer
Method of Acquisition
Existence and Location of Originals
multi-part note content
Materials were separated by media for preservation purposes. Artifacts were wrapped in acid-free tissue paper.
- Gary J. Glazer papers
- Shauna Borger
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description