Eury, WIlliam.Appalachian State University - Belk Library0.25 linear feetWilliam Leonard Eury Papers include programs, papers, and photographs collected by Apppalachian State University Librarian Leonard Eury. This collection details Appalachian State University's Library history during Librarian Leonard Eury's tenure. Photographs are primarily of the campus library and campus personnel. Carol G. Belk Library construction and an aerial view of campus are included. Manuscript documents include library class reports regarding library procedures, circa 1930s, with respect to Appalachian State Teachers College. Also available are library correspondence, circa 1960s, programs, dating 1930-1970, n.d., include college plays, college banquets, Boone Methodist Church services, and an undated homemade Valentine card. Individuals identified in photos include Cratis Williams, Howard Cantrell, Roby Triplett, Ralph Estes, Ernest Hotard of the Music Department, Football Coach Carl Messere, Ned Trivett, Dean of Women Maxie Edmisten, Dean Paul Sanders, Lucy Brock, ... MoreContact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
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