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Collection of Purdue University postcards

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSP 39
Scope and Contents The Collection of Purdue University postcards (1900-2007, 0.5 cubic feet) documents the changing landscape and buildings of Purdue University over time. Each postcard has been given a unique number and then assigned a subject heading. This is an active collection which will be added to over time.

Collection on the Ross Civil Engineering Camp

 Collection — Box: FF 29
Identifier: FF 29
Scope and Contents The Collection on Ross Civil Engineering Camp (1 cubic foot; 1920s-1960) documents the participants, tools, and locations of the Ross Civil Engineering Camp hosted by Purdue University. The collection mainly showcases unidentified groups of young men and women who participated in the camps, along with older men (presumably instructors) and a variety of tools used in civil engineering. Most years between 1922, when the first camp was held, and 1955 are represented, but there are some gaps in the...

Purdue Broadside collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSR 5
Scope and Contents This is an artifical collection created by the staff of the Purdue Libraries Archives and Special Collections. The broadsides and posters included in this collection document events that have taken place on the West Lafayette campus over the years.

Purdue University Archives & Special Collections Artifacts collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSR 4
Scope and Contents The Purdue Artifact collection (1880-2000, 8 cubic feet) documents different historical aspects of Purdue University. Each artifact has been given a unique number and then organized by size, and sometimes format, in boxes. The items are of various sizes in various formats, but all have a Purdue connection. Some examples are a salt and pepper shaker set, handkerchief, window decals, and silver tea spoons. Many items demonstrate the evolution of Purdue iconography such as the griffin seal or...

Purdue University Archives and Special Collections Vertical Files

 Collection
Identifier: MSK 1
Scope and Contents The Vertical Files document a variety of events, people, and prganizations related to Purdue University, the Greater Lafayette area, and Indiana.The files are an artificial collection created by Karnes Archives and Special Collections staff to record a variety of topics relating to the history of Purdue and the region. The most prominant subjects include Purdue buildings, alumni, faculty, staff, fraternities, sororities, athletics, departments, libraries, university presidents,...

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