Janet Swanson Lovell Papers
Scope and Contents
The Janet Swanson Lovell collection contains materials created or collected by Janet Swanson Lovell during her time at Woman's College (UNCG) and her professional career. The collection includes teaching materials, such as exams and tests, class notes, dance and exercise instructions, and an anatomy folder. The collection also contains alumni directories, press releases, publication drafts, newsletters, and registration information.
- 1959 - 1964
- Majority of material found in 1964
- Other: Date acquired: 2014 May 21
- Lovell, Janet Ann Swanson (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright is retained by the creators of the items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United states copyright law.
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0.40 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
Janet Swanson Lovell attended the Woman's College of North Carolina (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro or UNCG) from 1960-1964. Lovell received her Bachelor's of Science in physical education in 1964, and completed her post-graduate studies at the University of Virginia.
The collection includes teaching materials, such as exams and tests, dance and exercise instructions, and an anatomy folder. The collection also contains student materials, alumni directories, press releases, publication drafts, newsletters, and registration information.
The collection is organized alphabetically by folder title.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Janet Swanson Lovell in 2014.
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Processed by Catherine Buck in February, 2016.
- Janet Swanson Lovell Papers
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