7. University of Arizona
Found in 208 Collections and/or Records:
Bound typescripts of agents reports, including photographs, charts, clippings, and examples of publications, 1948 to 1958.
Typescript. Accompanied by letter of transmittal to J. Byron McCormick, president of The University of Arizona, November 12, 1949.
Typescript (original). Accompanied by letter of transmittal to the president of the University, and original letters and reports from department heads relative to book needs.
“Accent: on University of Arizona” was a local radio program hosted by Mort Beach, the assistant director for the University of Arizona News Bureau for Radio-TV. The program includes interviews with prominent University of Arizona professors, scholars, and public figures about research and special topics.
Materials include typescripts with holograph notes of addresses, radio talks, and articles given or written by Atkinson, chiefly concerning higher education. Some addresses accompanied by press releases.
This collection is a report conducted by the University of Arizona that documents the history of Agricultural Education in the United States.
This collection contains scrapbooks from Grace Alexander including her Globe High School graduation book, 1917 Globe High School yearbook, The Papoose, a 1919 group black and white photograph of Miami High staff and students and a scrapbook relating to her time as a student at the University of Arizona.
This is the alma mater song of The University of Arizona. Holograph (original) in ink of vocal score.
Minutes, reports, newsletters, correspondence, and chapter letters concerning American Association of University Professors (A.A.U.P.), University of Arizona Chapter business and labor concerns of university professors mostly in the 1950s and 1960s.
Typescript (original and carbon) with photographs.
Carbon typescript with author's holograph corrections. Chapter 15 is holograph manuscript; chapter 14 is missing. Accompanied by portraits and illustrations with holograph notes.
The Arizona Alumni Forum videcassettes contains 69 videocassettes (U-matic) masters which date from 1985-1993. The materials feature University of Arizona faculty, administration, alumnus, and researchers as guests discussing Arizona, the southwest, the University of Arizona, and other relevant topics.
Typescript constitution. Accompanied by four pages of member's signatures. Also includes group photographs of the members 1927, 1953 and 1956.
The Arizona Farm Bureau Federation was organized to improve farming in Arizona through education, marketing, forming local organizations, and cooperating with the University of Arizona, College of Agriculture. This collection includes various papers relating to the Federation's organization and to the formation of county farm bureaus within the state.
Jack Lee Cross was the editor of the University of Arizona Press from 1960 to 1965. This book was published by the University of Arizona Press, 1960, as part of the observance of the University's 75th anniversary of founding.
Typescript (original) of report on the health effects of the Arizona climate. Includes a listing of health resources in southern Arizona.
Typescript correspondence, reports and background material. Includes material on historic sites and preservation, various nation-wide historical societies and Tucson historic zones. A research report prepared by The University of Arizona for the Arizona Academy.
This collection contains typescript minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial records, subscription lists and telegrams.
Photocopy of typescript seminar paper, concerning the history of Blue Sky Press. This press was founded in Chicago in 1899 by Thomas Wood Stevens, Alden Charles Noble, and Alfred G. Langworthy. It was in operation until 1907. Includes an annotated bibliography of publications issued by the press.
Scrapbooks containing photographs, clippings, historical notes, records of activities, lists of officers and members. Includes photographs of the 1985 Centennial Quilt.
This collection contains one box of materials relating to Bill Bowers, who is credited with saving one of the bells from the battleship U.S.S. Arizona and donating it to The University of Arizona.
This collection contains photographic prints, contact sheets, negatives, and slides created by Robert Broder (1938-2014) while employed by the University of Arizona, the Tucson Citizen, and as a freelance photographer. Also included are newspapers and publications containing printed versions of Broder’s works, documents, correspondence, and photography course materials.
Scrapbook of photographs, dance cards, clippings, ticket stubs, and other memorabilia kept while a student at The University of Arizona.
Scrapbook of programs, clippings, dance cards, ticket stubs and other memorabilia, kept while a student at The University of Arizona.
Typescript (carbon) and holograph, personal and professional correspondence. Includes correspondence related to the College of Mines and Engineering (1917-1939), private consulting (1916-1932), and regarding support of University President Cloyd Marvin (1923-1928). Also includes correspondence with family and friends, with civic organizations such as the Masons (1923-1932), the Rotary Club (1921-1933), and with the Tucson Zoning and Planning Commission (1927-1929).
Checks drawn against various funds: Contingent, Mess, Assay, Experiment Station, and Morrill. Also includes bank books: Arizona National Bank, 1891-1896, and Consolidated National Bank, 1899-1901.
Typescript of play given at the University of Arizona faculty and staff holiday party. Written, for the most part, by Charles O. Hucker, Robert M. Hammond, and Shirley Klinger. Includes program with cast.
Edna Church was a concert Pianist and Professor Emerita of The University of Arizona. Collection includes clippings, programs, photos, letters and other memorabilia related to performances and study in Minnesota; and performances, teaching, and civic activities in Tucson, Arizona and at The University of Arizona. Also includes A Piano Pedagogy Manual, written by Church, 1976.
Correspondence and reports relating to equipment, operation and quarters of the Dept. of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Arizona. Includes correspondence regarding a trip to Boulder Dam, 1936, with a group of electrical engineering students.