Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Works on the process of disseminating information in order to attract public notice in regards to a college or university. May also refer to "College publications" or "School publicity."
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MSP 233
Scope and Contents The Collection of Early Purdue University Publicity materials (1870-1898; .25 cubic feet) comprises promotional pamphlets and broadsides created and distributed by Purdue University to build awareness of the university and encourage enrollment in its academic programs. Some materials include descriptions of courses of study, tuition and student fees, and information about enrollment and registration deadlines.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 30
Abstract Annual reports, brochures, ephemera, minutes, newsletters, pamphlets, photographs, publications, records, reports, surveys, training manuals, and miscellaneous materials documenting the history, administration and activities of the Purdue University Libraries.
Identifier: MSF 50
Scope and Contents The Paul E. Stanley papers document the earliest years of the School of Aeronautics and the planning that went into creating the school. Other material among the papers pertain to the early years of the Purdue Airport and Division of Engineering Sciences. Neil Armstrong was a student of Stanley's, and there are clippings, front pages of newspapers, reports, an invitation sent by Armstrong to Stanley for his homecoming celebrating in Wapakoneta, Ohio, along with other pre and post-Apollo 11...