Laura Barbara Weill Cone Scrapbook
Scope and Contents
The scrapbook titled, "My Commencement" dates from 1908 to 1912. It contains photographs of Cone's peers and college sports activities, pictures of campus buildings and scenes, correspondence, invitations, signatures and sentiments from classmates, college event programs, tickets, holiday memorabilia, college documents, class numerals, and other memorabilia as well various annotations that depict student life at the college during the period of time.
- 1908 - 1912
- Other: Date acquired: 2010 July 15
- Cone, Laura Weill (Person)
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Collection is open for research
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0.74 Linear Feet (1 scrapbook box)
Language of Materials
Laura Barbara Weill Cone was a student of the State Norman and Industrial College, graduating in 1910 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Among her activities at the college, Cone was a member of the Adelphian Society, Class President, and Editor of the State Normal Magazine and The Carolinian.
The scrapbook titled, "My Commencement," dates from 1908 to 1912. It contains photographs, correspondence, college documents, event programs, invitations, various annotations as well as sentiments from classmates and other memorabilia.
Source of Acquisition
Transferred from Alumni Relations
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Processed by Andrea Cole in August, 2010.
- Laura Barbara Weill Cone Scrapbook
- Andrea Cole
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