University of Pennsylvania Archives
The University Scrapbook Collections documents the publicity and public face of the University from the later nineteenth to early twentieth centuries. The scrapbooks consist primarily of newspaper and magazine clippings. Almost all aspects of University life are found in the collection from descriptions of important official events, such as commencements and building dedications, to informal student activities, such as dramatic and debate clubs as well as spontaneous student outbursts, such as class fights. Some important specific topics include publicity regarding the Scott Nearing case regarding academic freedom at the Wharton School. The School of Medicine scrapbook for 1902 to 1909 includes clippings relating to general medical and hospital topics in Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania Archives
This collection documents the teaching methods used in the various schools of the University of Pennsylvania throughout its history. The collection is in many different formats such as letter and legal size documents, volumes, various sizes of index cards, and a handful of some oversized blueprints
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania,-- Leslie Pinckney Hill Library
Vice-president for finance and administration records, library records, news clippings and scrapbooks (1929-1996, 1.5 linear ft.), audio visual items, and artifacts and memorabilia
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania - Baron-Forness Library
The Office of Records and Registration, referred to here as Registrar's Office, is placed as a sub-group of Academic Administration, as per the 1991-92 organizational chart. Over the years, the office has evolved under the Dean of Instruction and Academic Affairs. There was a migration that began in 1981 that eventually landed the office under Academic Administration. The bulk of the records are a product of the years Dr. Leo Roland was Registrar, 1969-80
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania - Baron-Forness Library
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania - Baron-Forness Library
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania - Baron-Forness Library
This is a small collection of documents and artifacts from the 29th and 31st National Wheelchair Games, which were hosted by Edinboro University of Pennsylvania on June 11-16, 1985, and June 12-18, 1988, respectively. It includes programs, a magazine article, photos, a flag, a cap, and t-shirts from the events, which are organized by the National Wheelchair Athletic Association
Swarthmore College - Friends Historical Library
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania; established in 1837 as an agricultural school under Quaker control; chartered as the Institute for Colored Youth in 1842; by 1951 name changed to State Teachers College at Cheyney and in 1959 to Cheyney State College; since 1983, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. Located first in Philadelphia, the institution was moved to Cheyney, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, in 1903. After eighty-three years under the direction of a Quaker Board of Managers, the college was purchased by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1922
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania,-- Leslie Pinckney Hill Library
Council of Trustees records include the records of the Board of Governors and the Board of Trustees -- Materials include bylaws; minutes; annual, monthly, and committee reports; agreements and contracts; indenture contracts for Alexander Brown (1844), James Bryant (1853) and Thomas Freeland (1845); correspondence; correspondence with Sarah M. Douglass pertaining to the merger of her school with the Institute of Colored Youth (1852-1853); student papers (1843) of Alexander Brown, Jacob Hagdore, George W. Harman, George Thomas, and William Henry Ward; financial documents; and general files