Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Phi Beta Kappa Gamma Chapter of Georgia was established at Emory University in 1929. Phi Beta Kappa, founded 1776, is a national student honors society dedicated to liberal education and intellectual fellowship. The collection consists of the records, 1929-2001, of Phi Beta Kappa Georgia Gamma at Emory University. Earlier items include the records, 1906-1963, of Gamma Chapter predecessor, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Honor Society at Emory College, and the chapter planning files, 1924-1929, of Theodore Henley Jack (b. 1881), dean of the School of Liberal Arts at Emory University. The records include correspondence of the chapter secretary, record books, bylaws, financial records, reports, membership rosters, and printed materials related to the administration and activities of the chapter, including chapter officer elections, member nominations and initiation, Phi Beta Kappa national conferences, and local social events. Notable among members represented in the collection is Goodrich C. ... Read More
Elon University - Carol Grotnes Belk Library
This collection includes materials that relate to various local and national academic honor societies at Elon University. The materials date back to 1929, and continue to present day. The honor societies represent what currently exists at Elon, and what existed in the past (and may no longer be active on campus). Examples of items included in the collection are budgets, programs, newspaper clippings, announcements, constitutions, correspondences, and much more
Iowa State University - Parks Library
This collection contains an assortment of Dr. Brown's articles and published works along with some biographical materials. The articles contain research on soil survey, conservation, and fertility. The collection is in alphabetical order
University of Virginia - Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Scope and Content Information Working papers of Council including allocation requests by individual groups, minutes and material regarding Birdwood. Topics include: Amateur Radio Club, Anthropology Association, Beta Alpha Phi, Black American Law Students Association, Blue Ridge Mountain Rescue Group, Cavalier Pep Band, Corks and Curls, Day Care, Democratic Socialist Club, Echols Scholors, Egyptian Students Association, Food and Transportation, Grass Roots, Hunger Week (and Other Charitable Projects), Jazz Ensemble, Madison House, Parking and Transportation, Safety and Security, Sorority Recognition, United Way Campaign, Volunteer Committee, Wine Taster's Society, Youth Services, and various Appeals and Hearings and Newspaper Clippings.
Northwestern University
The Frederick Shipp Deibler Papers, comprising five and one-half boxes are arranged in two categories: General correspondence and subject files and related material. A small amount of biographical material is filed in the first folder of the series. The Papers provide a rich documentary record of Deibler's academic career, his role as an economic advisor to several government boards and his participation in activities related to some of the major social issues of his time.
University of Virginia - Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Scope and Content Information Topical files regarding allocation requests from student organizations. Topics include but are not limited to: All Saints Anglican Church, American Bar Association--Law School, The Barrister, Buddies of Beaker, Campus Girl Scouts of the University of Virginia, Citizens Party, Dance Club, Drum and Beagle Corps, Energy Information Exchange, Grace Baptist Fellowship, Hispanic Review, Honor System Committee, Irish Cultural Society, Juggling Club, League of Student Voters, Mahogany, Medieval Circle, Muslim Student Association, Peace Education Network, Peer Alcohol Educators, Quadragon, Society of Human Potential, Students Against Reaganism, Vanguard, Whitewater Club, and Zeta Iota Chapter of Alpha Phi.
University of California, San Diego
The J. Robert Beyster Collection documents the career and business records of Dr. J. Robert Beyster (1924-2014), the founder, former chairman and chief executive officer of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), the San Diego based employee-owned research and development firm launched in 1969.
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Papers of Wayne F. Gibbs, Professor of Accountancy at the College of William and Mary, include records of organizations for accounting and business students, 1920s-1950s; and accounts and audits for various student organizations in the 1930s.
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources
The Stimpson Family Papers comprise the records of several generations of the Stimpson and Watts families. These two families have been influential members of the Bellingham community since the early 1900s. The records in the collection reflect their community involvement as well as the internal workings of the two families.