Scope and Contents Correspondence files regarding gifts for the University (1938-75) and University Foundation (1952-75) including contracts between individual and corporate donors and the University for the restrictions and allocations of monies donated; establishment of specific scholarships, research grants and grants-in-aid for students; distribution of funds to departments and proposed gifts (1947-77).
University of Wisconsin--Stout School of Home Economics
University of Wisconsin, Stout
Description: Correspondence, financial information, applicant forms, guidelines for awarding the scholarship and miscellaneous information relating to scholarships administered through the School of Home Economics
Henry C. Frick Educational Commission (Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Senator John Heinz History Center
Records include correspondence, grant proposals and reports, budgets, newsclippings, printed materials, and other sundry items providing comprehensive documentation of the educational programs funded by the commission from 1944 to 1989. Some of the commission's activities prior to 1944 are also documented, particularly the summer conferences and scholarship program
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
Photographs, papers -- This collection is comprised of materials about summer institutes, workshops and programs, for teachers, students and their families at Florida State University. Programs for students include Arts and Crafts camp, Boy's State, Girl's State, cheerleaders clinic, 4-H club, mathematics camp, music camp, the Press Institute for High School Students, science camp, state science fair, summer school, scholarships, and twirling camp. Programs for teachers and parents include the Association for Childhood Education, coaches clinic, programs in school administration and supervision, counseling and guidance training, crafts workshops for teachers, an industrial nurses workshop, programs about mental health and the gifted child, the National Science Foundation Institute, PTA workshops, personnel appraisal and development, Psychiatric Nursing Conference, school lunch personnel training, Southern College and Research Library workshop
Records of the Committees and boards of the Harvard Corporation include mainly reports, some minutes and correspondence of individual committees and boards, and lists of members of committees. The Harvard Archives has records, to varying degrees, for Corporation committees and boards which have been divided into the following periods: 1654-1869; 1870-1909; 1910-1933; 1934-1953; 1954-1971; and 1972- After 1869 the divisions coincide with the terms of Harvard University presidents. For committees and boards established after 1869, see additional records entered under: Harvard University. Corporation. Records of Corporation committees and boards
David Loeb Krupsaw was born on November 25, 1911 in Washington, D.C., to Abraham and Sarah Krupsaw. Initially denied admission to Harvard College, he attended Georgetown University from 1929 to 1930, then transferred to Harvard College to graduate with his AB in 1934 and LLB in 1937. Krupsaw died in a plane crash on January 21, 1960. This collection is comprised of David Loeb Krupsaw's papers as a student at Harvard. Materials include course notes, academic records, documents pertaining to Krupsaw's residence in Adams House, financial records, calendars, items documenting extracurricular activities, and ephemera