Universities and colleges -- Students -- Archival resources
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook of USC student Margaret Bryant, who attended USC from 1931-1934, earning Bachelor's and Master's degrees in English. The scrapbook, stamped with her name on the cover, contains clippings, programs, invitations, forms, letters, photographs, and miscellaneous other ephemera collected by Margaret during her time at USC.
Scrapbook and photo album, created by William M. Hogue, 1924-1929, 1953, documenting the musical, theatrical, academic, and professional careers of Hogue, an engineering student and trombonist, and his friend, Harold Roberts, a band leader, while studying at the University of Southern California during the Roaring 20s, with newspaper clippings, photos, broadsides, business cards, and programs for the USC Dance Band, Golden State Band, and USC Band.
Suzanne Turner (nee Brown) was an alumnus of the University of Southern California who graduated from the (then) College of Architecture and Fine Arts in 1935. This small collection of her papers is comprised of her Bachelor of Fine Arts diploma, ephemera from the Delta Phi Delta (fine arts fraternity), newspaper clippings, and programs and newsletters regarding the 1935 commencement ceremony.
The University of Southern California Dames is a chapter of The National Association of University Dames. The USC chapter was formed for the wives of graduate students in 1934 with the help of Dr. Mary Sinclair Crawford, then the Dean of Women. Included in this small collection is a copy of the USC chapter's Constitution and By-Laws, information about the history of the Dames, and an official Executive Board gavel inscribed 1961-'62.