Women college students -- Maryland -- College Park
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Anna Dorsey Cooke Allison collection consists of photographs and memorabilia documenting University of Maryland campus life and the studies of Maryland students Anna Helen Emily Dorsey, Elise Dorsey, and Giles Buckner Cooke, Allison's mother, aunt, and father. Also included is a photograph of Maryland Agricultural College cadet Hammond Dorsey, Mrs. Allison's grandfather. Anna H.E. Dorsey was a member of the Class of 1925 and was active in student government and the Y.W.C.A. Giles B. Cooke...
Overview Betty Bloom attended the University of Maryland from 1935 until 1938. This collection includes snapshots of University of Maryland co-eds, including Bloom, and campus scenes from the mid- to late 1930s. Also included in the collection are receipts for Bloom's tuition, room and board for the first semester of the 1935-1936 academic year and her bid letter from the Alpha Sigma sorority. A preliminary inventory is available and can be found in the "Additional Description" section of this finding...
Overview Virginia Anne Burnside Cox graduated with a Bachelors of Science from the College of Education at the University of Maryland in 1951. This collection consists of materials documenting her time at the university during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Included are programs, newspaper and magazine clippings. A preliminary inventory is available and can be found in the "Additional Description" section of this finding aid.
Overview These papers contain materials preserved by alumna Elizabeth Ady Garrabrant, primarily covering the period from her high school graduation in June 1919 to her graduation from Maryland in 1923. The centerpiece of these materials is a scrapbook containing a wide range of information and documentary evidence regarding the university experience for a female student during the early 1920s. A preliminary inventory is available for these materials in the "Additional Description" section of this...