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    • Memorabilia 5974-35
    • Memorabilia 5974-35
    • 1968
    • duPont-Ball Library Brochure--Research and General Information.


    • Memorabilia 4137
    • Memorabilia 4137
    • 1950
    • Theta Alpha Phi, honorary dramatic fraternity, member scrapbook. Directory includes member's Name, Photo, Date of Initiation, Address, Year of Graduation, List of Plays, and Other Activities. Black leather minute book with locking bar. Volume 3,...


    • Memorabilia 5974-38
    • Memorabilia 5974-38
    • 1942
    • Sampson Library Brochure. Research and General Information. Sampson Library (later Sampson Hall) was the first free-standing library on Stetson's campus and served as the campus library from 1908 until 1964.


    • Memorabilia 4385
    • Memorabilia 4385
    • 2014
    • Poster for the Edible Book Festival sponsored by Touchstone, Stetson's annual literary magazine and held April 1, 2014 on the Stetson Green. This international April Fools' Day celebrates the consumption of books through food, visual poetry, and...


    • Memorabilia 4135
    • Memorabilia 4135
    • 1949
    • Theta Alpha Phi, honorary dramatic fraternity, member scrapbook. Directory includes member's Name, Photo, Date of Initiation, Address, Year of Graduation, List of Plays, and Other Activities. Black leather minute book with locking bar dated June...


    • Memorabilia 5974-34
    • Memorabilia 5974-34
    • 1952
    • duPont-Ball Library Brochures. Research and General Information. Children's Literature.


    • Memorabilia 0367
    • Memorabilia 0367
    • 1923-1925; 1934-1937
    • Mary E. Tribble's (English Instructor) grade books. Five books from 1923-1925 and two from 1934-1937. Mary Tribble Lowry graduated from Stetson in 1923 and was Dean of Women from 1925-1935.


    • Memorabilia 74
    • Memorabilia 74
    • 1970-1971
    • Stetson Afro-American Society (SAAS) scrapbook of photos, newspaper clippings, and programs with an extra 35 loose photos from the early 1970s. A sample of the SAAS letterhead is included.


    • Memorabilia 75
    • Memorabilia 75
    • 1975
    • Stetson Afro-American Society (SAAS) scrapbook with photos, some loose mailings, and pamphlets.


    • Memorabilia 4473
    • Memorabilia 4473
    • 1923
    • Scrapbook kept from 1922 to 1924 by student Dorothy Douglass, Class of 1924, who in September 1924 married Ernest Hatcher Dickey, Class of 1922.


    • SOM Program 0809-132
    • SOM Program 0809-132
    • 2009
    • School of Music program. April 19, 2009.


    • SOM Program 0607-060
    • SOM Program 0607-060
    • 2006
    • School of Music program. November 17, 2006.


    • SOM Program 0607-042
    • SOM Program 0607-042
    • 2006
    • School of Music program. November 4, 2006.


    • SOM Program 0607-096
    • SOM Program 0607-096
    • 2007
    • School of Music program. February 23, 2007.


    • SOM Program 0304-077
    • SOM Program 0304-077
    • 2004
    • School of Music program. January 29, 2003.


    • Memorabilia 967
    • Memorabilia 967
    • c. 1940s
    • Orange book cover with photos of students reading books in front of college buildings. Saying on the front is about the gentle handling of books.


    • Memorabilia 956
    • Memorabilia 956
    •  
    • Two discarded library books with bookplates. One bookplate is green with Elizabeth Hall (library of Stetson University) and one is black and white with Elizabeth Hall (library of John B. Stetson University). Bookplates from the early to mid-1900s.


    • Memorabilia 5609
    • Memorabilia 5609
    • 1965
    • The Stetson Century Book by John B. Stetson Company including a typed letter, dated April 12, 1965, from John B. Stetson Company President David Harshaw to Winifred Stetson Todd (widow of John B. Stetson III). Two paperbound books donated by John...


    • Memorabilia 5620
    • Memorabilia 5620
    • 1966
    • 1966 John B. Stetson Company notice of special meeting of shareholders. Donated by John B. Stetson IV and his wife Solveig.


    • Memorabilia 5790
    • Memorabilia 5790
    • 1968
    • Buildings On The Stetson Campus. Olga Bowen's transcribed oral history of Stetson buildings. Bowen was a long-time Stetson employee, including time spent as the Univeristy Archivist.

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