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  • Relation-References: Barbara Brundage Colegrove
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    • Memorabilia 1200
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    • 1947-1951
    • Scrapbook containing DeLand Sun News clippings of a column on Stetson activities written by Barbara Brundage (Colegrove), class of 1951, during the four years she attended Stetson. Red cover with gold 'Scrapbook' label and Stetson sticker on...


    • Memorabilia 935
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    • 1950
    • Jewelry Collection. Gold charm that says 'Who's Who Among Students American Universities and Colleges.' 1950-51 engraved on back. Belonged to Barbara Brundage Colegrove, class of 1951.


    • Memorabilia 924
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    • 1950s
    • Jewelry Collection. Small gold Pi Beta Phi sorority pin in shape of arrow with red and white stones (rubies and pearls). With attached crest guard. Belonged to Barbara Brundage Colegrove, class of 1951.


    • Memorabilia 930
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    • 1950s
    • Jewelry Collection. Gold Reporter charm given to staff of the Stetson Reporter newspaper. Belonged to managing editor Barbara Brundage Colegrove, class of 1951.


    • Memorabilia 923
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    • 1950s
    • Jewelry Collection. Mortar Board pin. Stetson alumni members of the 'Honor' (local honorary society) were invited to join Mortar Board when it became a national group. Belonged to Barbara Brundage Colegrove, class of 1951.


    • Memorabilia 921
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    • 1950s
    • Jewelry Collection. Gold charm representing a local honorary for junior and senior girls based on scholarship, leadership, and service to Stetson. Later this organization became part of Mortar Board, a national honorary society. Belonged to...


    • Memorabilia 1582
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    • 2008
    • Limited edition and numbered (95 of 500) Mad Hatter doll from the Alice and Wonderland set. Made by R. John Wright. The Mad Hatter was the mascot of Stetson University for many years in the 1950s and 1960s.


    • Memorabilia 931
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    • 1950s
    • Jewelry Collection. Small gold theatre mask Theta Alpha Phi pin, the national theatre honorary. One of the founders of the group was Stetson theatre professor Dr. Irving Stover.

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