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 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Notes, often in books, kept by researchers or surveying parties while on site.

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Felix and Selma Stefanile papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSF 306
Scope and Contents The Felix and Selma Stefanile papers (1920-2009; 26.75 cubic feet) document the personal and professional lives of Felix and Selma Stefanile. The collection includes rough drafts and notes of Felix and Selma's published poems and essays. It also contains personal papers which document both of their lives in New York before they came to live in West Lafayette, Indiana. Many of the photographs are focused on Felix's childhood, early life, middle and later years. The photographs document less of...

George Ade papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 4
Scope and Contents The George Ade Papers (1878-1947; 29 Cubic ft.) document the personal and professional life of author, humorist, and playwright George Ade. The collection includes original writings, manuscripts, personal correspondece, photographic materials, and artifacts. Notable persons include: John T. McCutcheon, William Dean Howells, Mark Twain, Booth Tarkingtoon, James Whitcomb Riley, W.C. Fields, Will Rogers, Elsie Janis, Theodore Dreiser, "Chick" Evans, Orson Welles, Kin Hubbard, Theodore...

George Greer papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MSP 66
Scope and Contents The George Greer papers documents his research on MDMA. The collection contains a questionnaire, article, notes, graphs, and several case reports on his research subjects. The case studies are transcriptions from handwritten notes on the 29 subjects who are mentioned in Greer’s published papers. According to Greer, there are approximately 50 handwritten reports on other subjects still in his possession, which may be donated in the future.

Helen Gould collection of Purdue dance cards and theater programs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 294
Abstract The collection consists of 41 dance cards, 4 theater programs and 7 Purdue related ephemera and miscellaneous memorabilia from Helen Gould’s tenure as a Purdue student, 1922-1926.

Murphy Family papers

 Collection — Box Box 1
Identifier: MSA 273
Scope and Contents The Murphy Family Papers (1916-1929, 1999; 0.5 cubic ft.) document the student life and activities of Rosemary Murphy and Mary Marguerite Murphy during their school days at Purdue University. Subject areas include women's sports at Purdue University (basketball, soccer, track), the Purdue "We Girls Rifle Team," physical education for women students at Purdue, and the various fraternities, sororities, honors and athletic societies to which the Murphy women belonged. The bulk of the papers were...

Purdue Chi Omega scrapbook of Mildred Bobak

 Collection — Box Box 1
Identifier: MSA 328
Abstract Scrapbook of handwritten notes, booklets, programs, ephemera, and newsletters documenting the pledging and sorority life of Purdue student and Chi Omega pledge Mildred Bobak.

Purdue University Office of the Architect records

 Collection — Box 1 box
Identifier: purdua0
Scope and Contents Includes construction documents, cost schedules, minutes, correspondence, blueprints, notes on early Purdue buildings and building name changes, brochures, and ephemera relating to buildings on the Purdue University West Lafayette campus, 1930s-1940s. Includes information on buildings funded through the Public Works Administration, bond issues, and correspondence with legislators relating to funding for projects.

Sisters for Health Education (S.H.E.) records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSP 150
Abstract Correspondence, administrative records, pamphlets, and circulars documenting the formation and activities of a student group focusing on women's health issues.

Thomas W. Wilmeth papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 357
Abstract This collection contains materials that are pertaining to the life of Thomas W. Wilmeth when he was a student at Purdue University. It mostly covers his course notes and textbooks.

Richard J. Voorhees papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSF 401
Scope and Contents The collection covers the writing career of Purdue University English professor Richard Voorhees. Materials include manuscripts, articles, book reviews, reprints, author proofs, and correspondence. Voorhees book, The Paradox of Georgre Orwell, was the first publication by Purdue University Studies later known as Purdue University Press. An article regarding this publication can be found in Purdue Campus Copy March 1961.

Whitman Bailey papers

 Collection — Box Communal Collections 14, Placement: 18
Identifier: MSF 26
Scope and Contents One letter from Eleanore Cammack, Order Librarian, addressed to Mr. Whitman Bailey, dated May 13, 1948.

Two short notes